Croatian Workers Party

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This article is about the minor Croatian party without seats in the parliament. For the parliamentary party, see Croatian Labourists – Labour Party.
Croatian Labour Party
Leader Mladen Novosel
Founded 1999
Headquarters Samobor
Ideology Left-wing populism, Workers' issues[1]
International affiliation none

Croatian Labour Party (Croatian: Hrvatska radnička stranka) is a minor Croatian party without political representation. The Party has about 400 members. It was founded in 1999 in Samobor. It follows teachings of Croatian nationalist Ante Starčević.

On 2007 parliamentary elections it was a part of "United left" coalition led by Social Democratic Action of Croatia.

In the 2014 European Parliament election, the party received 0.35% of the vote.[2]