Liechtenstein is a country located in Europe. According to AbbreviationFinder, LI is the two-letter ISO code of Liechtenstein, and LIE is the three-letter country abbreviation for Liechtenstein.
Liechtenstein. According to Countryaah, the national day of Lithuania is March 11. Prime Minister Mario Frick and his party won the earlier parliamentary elections, which were held in two rounds around the end of January/February. The election did not give rise to any major changes in the composition of Parliament (Landtag). The Fricks Party of the Vaterländische Union (VU) received 13 of the 25 seats. Despite its own majority, VU immediately after the election began to negotiate with the Fortschrittliche Bürgerpartei Liechtenstein (FBPL) to continue the coalition that has been in power since 1938.
However, the coalition idea exploded already in March when the FBPL Congress decided that the party would leave the coalition. FBPL leader Norbert Seeger explained that this step has been taken to gain a more effective opposition and to better profile the party. Independent observers believed that the political differences between the parties were small and that the real reason for the coalition cracking was contradictions between party leaders Norbert Seeger and Oswald Kranz.
On April 9, a new government was appointed whose members, five in number, all came from VU. In addition to the Prime Minister’s post, Mario Frick was also appointed Finance Minister.
LIECHTENSTEIN. – In December 1945 a census was held there which gave a population of 12,197 residents (dens. 77.6). Evidently, after the inflection indicated in the 1930 census (from 1921 to 1930 there was a decrease of 12 ‰ per year) the population started to rise again (from 1930 to 1945 the increase was 13 ‰ per year). Livestock farming remains the main resource: in April 1946 there were 5,750 cattle, 630 horses, 1,450 sheep and goats, 3,000 pigs and 27,750 head of poultry. In 1943, a 26 km long irrigation canal came into operation.
History. – When Prince Francesco di Paola died on July 25, 1938, Prince Francesco Giuseppe II, of the second-born line (born August 16, 1906), took over the government of the country, who, like his last predecessors, continued to live privately almost always in Vienna. After the Anschluss of Austria, the principality, while maintaining formal independence, was absorbed by National Socialist influence, so much so that, after the Allied victory over Germany, a trial for high treason was staged against some responsible personalities. The Liechtenstein art gallery in Vienna was evacuated in 1945 and moved to the principality. The assets of the Liechtenstein in Czechoslovakia, which constituted the most important part of the family’s patrimonial axis, have been confiscated, nor are they included in the