Liechtenstein 2014

Yearbook 2014

Liechtenstein. Liechtenstein population in 2020 is estimated at 38,139. The government decided to shut down the principality’s only BB department since all gynecologists resigned at the same time. The doctors doubted the clinic’s future since voters in a referendum said no to investing money in upgrading health care.

Liechtenstein Population 2014

Land area 160 km²
Total population 39,137
Population density (per km²) 244.6
Capital Vaduz
Official language German
Income per capita $ 139,100
Currency Swiss franc
ISO 3166 code LI
Internet TLD .li
License plate FL
Telephone code +423
Time zone UTC UTC + 1, daylight saving time UTC + 2
Geographic coordinates 47 10 N, 9 32 O

According to topb2bwebsites, the assassination of a bank manager in a parking garage in April triggered a well-known police chase on a suspect who called himself “Liechtenstein’s Robin Hood” and who for several years campaigned against the bank. The man was found dead after a few months; the conclusion was that he committed suicide.

LIECHTENSTEIN. – The census held in December 1955 gave a population of 14,861 (density 94.6) with an increase of 2664 residents in ten years; the largest center, Vaduz, recorded 3031 residents on the same date. The tourist industry is growing considerably.

History. – The elections held on 1 September 1957 after long discussions were canceled due to the suspicion of electoral fraud advanced by 7 deputies of the Patriotic Union Party. The new elections, enacted on 22-23 March 1958 with a large contest of voters (98%), gave the Progressive Party 54.5% of votes and 9 seats while the Patriotic Union Party, which obtained only 45, 5% of the votes, the remaining 6 seats were assigned.

But the salient event was the meeting at the “top” of the 4 children (San Marino, Monaco, Liechtenstein and Andorra), held in Vaduz on 23-24 October 1959 to discuss matters of common interest. Two decisions were made: to promote the cause of world peace through joint efforts to increase tourism to the countries of the 4 small ones, and to invite Luxembourg and the island of Sark to the next meeting to be held in Andorra in 1960. The latter proposal, advanced from Monaco through the mouth of its delegate Gabriel Ollivier, it was opposed by Liechtenstein and S. Marino while Andorra declared itself indifferent. The delegate of the Liechtenstein argued that Luxembourg was a giant compared to the other small states; moreover, his membership in NATO and the MEC created a very different situation from that of the other participants in the meeting of the 4 children. As far as the island of Sark was concerned, the delegate of the Liechtenstein advanced doubts about its actual independence from Great Britain. Despite all these arguments, both Luxembourg and Sark have been invited to the next conference of the “little ones”, which have become 6 from 4 they were previously.

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