Independent Democrats (Czech Republic)

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Independent Democrats
Leader Vladimír Železný
Founded 2005
Dissolved 2015[1]
Ideology Populism
European affiliation Alliance of Independent Democrats in Europe
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Independent Democrats (Czech: Nezávislí demokraté or NEZDEM) was a small populist political party in the Czech Republic. Its founder Vladimír Železný, MEP, was elected its chairman during the party's convention on 6–7 August 2005. It advocates strict immigration policies, the abolition of the Senate, and review of the country's relationship with the European Union.

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