Liechtenstein has been an OSCE participating State since June 25, 1973. Liechtenstein is a small constitutional monarchy located between Switzerland and Austria and a member of the Council of Europe. Its economy is concentrated in the financial services sector, but it also has a number of small businesses and multi-national corporations. More than 66 percent of its population of 37,600 is Liechtensteiner. Approximately 92 percent of the population is Christian, 2.9 percent is unaffiliated, 5 percent is Muslim, and 0.1% is Jewish. The OSCE has observed elections in Liechtenstein.
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