Koruna Česká (party)

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Koruna Česká
Koruna Česká (monarchistická strana Čech, Moravy a Slezska)
Leader Petr Nohel
Founded 29 August 1991
Headquarters Senovážné nám. 24, Prague 1
Newspaper Monarchistické listy
Membership 800[citation needed]
Ideology Monarchism
Christian democracy
Political position Centre-right
European affiliation none
European Parliament group none
Colours Blue, gold

Koruna Česká (monarchistická strana Čech, Moravy a Slezska), in English The Czech Crown (Monarchist Party of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia), is a Czech monarchist political party that wishes the restoration of Czech monarchy with House of Habsburg. The party was founded in 1991 and current leader is Petr Nohel. Koruna Česká contested the 2006 parliamentary elections and got around 0.2% of the votes. In the 2010 elections, it received 0.07% of the vote.[1]

Koruna česká is also the official currency of the Czech Republic.

Election results[edit]

Chamber of Deputies[edit]

Year Vote Seats
2006 0.13% 0
2010 0.07% 0
2013 0.17% 0

European Parliament[edit]

Year Vote Seats
2004 0.21% 0
2009 0.19% 0
2014 0.16% 0


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