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The Liberal Network for Latin America (Red Liberal de América Latina, RELIAL) is an international network founded in 2003 with the official launch taking place in Costa Rica November, 2004. It includes 45 liberal institutions from 16 Latin American countries. Members of RELIAL include political parties as well as think tanks, foundations and research institutes. Most of the members tend to market liberalism.

The Hispanic America Liberal Conference (Conferencia Liberal Hispanoamericana, CLH) is an international network founded in March 2005 in Lima and had its First Meeting in the same city with participation of 11 think tanks, political parties, universities, and political coalitions.

After this meeting, all participants founded this entity and signed a Letter of 11 Rights which represents a new guide of political action for those who believes in classical liberalism in Latin American and Spain.

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