Christian Centre

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This article is about German political party. For the church in Nottingham, United Kingdom, see Christian Centre, Nottingham.
Christian Centre
Christliche Mitte
Leader Josef Happel
Founded 27 August 1988 (1988-08-27)
Split from Centre Party
Headquarters Liesborn
Ideology Nationalism
Social conservatism
Christian conservatism
anti-Islam
anti-Esotericism
Euroscepticism
Political position right-wing
Website
verein.christlichemitte.de

The Christian Centre - For a Germany according to GOD's commandments (German: Christliche Mitte - Für ein Deutschland nach GOTTES Geboten) is a national-conservative fringe party in Germany. Without parliamentary representation, it is a party that represents Christian values. Unlike the more moderate Party of Bible-abiding Christians, the party's platform overlaps with far-right ideology, emphasising anti-Zionism, nationalism, anti-pluralism and ethnic collectivism.[1]

In February 2016 the party announced that it would no longer contest elections but instead would focus on political activism.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Frank Decker; Viola Neu, eds. (2013). Handbuch der deutschen Parteien (2nd ed.). Springer VS. p. 221. ISBN 978-3-658-00962-5. 

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