Christian Democratic Party of Serbia

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Christian Democratic Party of Serbia
Демохришћанска Странка Србије
Demohrišćanska Stranka Srbije
Leader Olgica Batić
Founded May 7, 1997 (1997-05-07)
Headquarters Terazije 14, Belgrade
Ideology Conservatism
Christian democracy
Political position Centre to Centre-right
European affiliation None
International affiliation Centrist Democrat International (observer)
Colours Gold, Brown
National Assembly
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Website
www.dhss.org.rs

The Christian Democratic Party of Serbia (Serbian: Демохришћанска Странка Србије / Demohrišćanska Stranka Srbije, DHSS) is a Christian democratic[citation needed] political party in Serbia. The party was founded in 1997 by Vladan Batić after leaving the Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS), following disagreements with its leader Vojislav Koštunica.

After the death of Vladan Batić on 29 December 2010 the leadership of the party was transferred to his daughter Olgica Batić according to his wish.[1] She was officially elected leader on 3 September 2011.[2]

At the 2012 parliamentary election, the DHSS won one seat in the National Assembly of Serbia.

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