Centre Party '86
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The Centre Party '86, (Dutch: Centrumpartij '86; abbr. CP’86), was a Dutch far-right political party which existed between 1986 and 1998. The party was a more radical splinter from the Centre Party and was established on 20 May 1986 and was disestablished on 18 November 1998, before an Amsterdam court ruled the party to be illegal. The NNP split off from the CP'86 in turn, several key people of that party had been prominent CP'86 members.
- Right-Wing Extremism in the Netherlands: Why it is still a marginal phenomenon Dr. Paul Lucardie, DNPP (RUG), November 2000
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