Human Blockade

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Human Blockade
Živi zid
Ideology Populism[1]
Euroscepticism[1]
Colours Yellow and Black
Sabor
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Human Blockade (Croatian: Živi zid) is a populist political party in Croatia, formed out of an anti-eviction group of the same name.[1] The group fights foreclosures by occupying property, and forming a "human blockade" as alluded to by the name.

Background[edit]

The organization formed into a party ahead of the 2014–15 presidential election, supporting the candidacy of Ivan Vilibor Sinčić.

Popular support and electoral results[edit]

Presidential elections[edit]

Presidency of Croatia
Election year Candidate First Round Second Round
# of
overall votes
 % of
overall vote
# of
overall votes
 % of
overall vote
2014–15 Ivan Vilibor Sinčić 293,570 16.4

Hrvatski sabor[edit]

The party intends to contest the next parliamentary election using the public funds they secured with Sinčić's performance in the presidential election.[1]

European Parliament[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Živi zid: socijal-populizam na hrvatski način (in Croatian)". Tportal. 21 January 2015.  Text "urlhttp://www.tportal.hr/vijesti/komentari/366478/Zivi-zid-socijal-populizam-na-hrvatski-nacin.html" ignored (help);

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