|Vice Chairmen||Konrad Berkowicz|
|Founded||22 January 2015|
|Split from||Congress of the New Right|
|Youth wing||Youth for Liberty|
|National affiliation||Confederation Liberty and Independence|
|International affiliation||International Alliance of Libertarian Parties|
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Coalition for the Renewal of the Republic – Liberty and Hope (KORWiN), since 8 October 2016 known also as Liberty (Polish: Wolność), is a free market-capitalist, mostly paleolibertarian and Eurosceptic political party in Poland established in 2015 by Janusz Korwin-Mikke as a result of his removal from Congress of the New Right, his former party. Among the party's other members are Przemysław Wipler, who held a seat in the Polish Sejm and Robert Iwaszkiewicz, Member of the European Parliament. The party's Polish name was originally a backronym of the founder's name Korwin-Mikke, who took part in the 2015 presidential election.
In 2018, the party formed a coalition with National Movement called Confederation. The party currently has 11 members in the Sejm.
The party was formed shortly after Janusz Korwin-Mikke was removed from the chairmanship of the Congress of the New Right (KNP). The pro-Korwin faction of the KNP ended up forming the KORWiN party ahead of the 2015 Polish presidential election. Janusz Korwin-Mikke finished fourth in that election, earning 3.26% of the vote (486,084 votes). In the 2015 Polish parliamentary election the party earned 4.76% of the vote (722,999 votes) but it failed to reach the 5% electoral threshold needed to get any seats.
The party gained two seats during the VIII Sejm after Jacek Wilk and later Jakub Kulesza left Kukiz'15 to join KORWiN.
Ahead of the 2019 European Parliament election in Poland, KORWiN formed an alliance with the National Movement (RN) and other right-wing parties called the Confederation. The coalition failed to get any seats however the main parties stayed together to contest the 2019 Polish parliamentary election. The Confederation ended up receiving 6.81% of the vote (1,256,953 votes) and 11 seats. KORWiN got 5 of those seats.
For the 2020 Polish presidential election KORWiN endorsed vice-chairman of the RN Krzysztof Bosak, after he won the 2019-20 Confederation presidential primary. Bosak received 6.8% of the vote (1,317,380) which was by far the best result of any candidate (or party) endorsed by Janusz Korwin-Mikke.
The party program is paleolibertarian. The program preamble calls for:
Other issues mentioned in the program are:
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|As part of Confederation coalition, which won 11 seats in total|
|Election year||Candidate||1st round||2nd round|
|# of overall votes||% of overall vote||# of overall votes||% of overall vote|
|2015||Janusz Korwin-Mikke||486,084||3.26 (#4)|
|2020||Supported Krzysztof Bosak||1,317,380||6.78 (#4)|