Liechtenstein Prime Minister Resigns After Losing Election.


Liechtenstein’s Prime Minister Otmar Hasler resigned Sunday, Feb. 8, after losing power in an election in the Alpine principality.

Hasler, the head of the Progressive Citizens’ Party (FBP), quit after his party came second with 43.5 percent of the vote. The FBP had governed the landlocked micro-state — famous for its secretive banking sector — in coalition with the Fatherland Union (VU).

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