VIVA Liberty 2012


The Vegas IV Award for Liberty (VIVA Liberty) competition was run in June 2012,  with the object of selecting delegates to Freedomfest 2012. As in 2011, the competition was sponsored by Bob Glenister, and judged by Leon Louw and Trevor Watkins.  

This year the challenge was to produce a workable submission to government on changes to an existing or proposed law, that would promote individual liberty.  Five contestants responded in the rather short time frame, and the eventual winners are:

Paul Hjul, writing on Land Reform
Jasson Urbach, writing on Health Care Reform
Mark Heaton, writing on Carbon Credits
 
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  1. #1 by kenneth kopase on July 8, 2012 - 12:30 pm

    The goverment must start to implement its programs from the grassroots level to the national level to realise individual liberty,because national to grassroots implementational form does not champion individual liberty.
    rural-locations and suburbs are not phasing the same challenges on a daily basis.so consultations should be conducted at all the levels appropriately.

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