Sloboda a Solidarita, skrátene SaS, je slovenská pravicovo-liberálna politická strana, ktorú založil ekonóm Richard Sulík, a ktorý 28. marca 2009 na ustanovujúcom kongrese bol zvolený za predsedu strany. Podpredsedami strany sú Jozef Mihál a Ľubomír Galko. Generálnym manažérom strany je Jana Kiššová. 12. júna 2013 predstavila strana Petra Osuského ako svojho kandidáta do prezidentských volieb v roku 2014.
Predseda: Richard Sulík
Podpredseda: Jozef Mihál, Ľubomír Galko
Ideológie: klasický liberalizmus
Freedom and Solidarity (Slovak: Sloboda a Solidarita), abbreviated to SaS, is a centre-right classical liberal political party in Slovakia. The party was established in 2009 and is led by its founder, the economist Richard Sulík, who designed Slovakia's flat tax system. It formerly had 22 seats in the National Council and held four positions in the government of Slovakia, but lost half its seats in the March 2012 Slovak parliamentary election.
Besides advocating fiscal conservatism, the party is civil libertarian, including advocating liberalisation of drug laws and same-sex marriage. It is moderately eurosceptic. Freedom and Solidarity launched a campaign called 'Referendum 2009' to hold a referendum on reforming and cutting the cost of politics. The party makes heavy use of the Internet: fighting the 2010 election through Facebook and Twitter, with the party having 68,000 'fans' on Facebook by the election.
The party narrowly failed to cross the 5% threshold at the 2009 European election, but came third, winning 22 seats, at the 2010 parliamentary election. Speaker of the National Council. In the 2012 elections, however, the party suffered a major setback and lost half its seats. The party is a member of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party.
It is a part of the four-party centre-right coalition, with four cabinet positions, and Richard Sulík has been elected the
Chairperson: Richard Sulík
Founded: 28 February 2009
Ideology: Classical liberalism, Libertarianism, Soft euroscepticism