National Democracy (Czech Republic)

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National Democracy

Národní demokracie
LeaderAdam B. Bartoš
Founded2005 (2005)
HeadquartersBřezová 19/25, 405 01 Děčín
NewspaperNational Democracy
IdeologyCzech nationalism
Ultranationalism
National conservatism[1]
Anti-Zionism
Hard Euroscepticism
Political positionFar-right
Colors     Blue
Website
http://www.narodnidemokracie.cz/

No To Brussels - National Democracy or simply the National Democracy (Czech: Národní demokracie, short ND) is a national-conservative and eurosceptic political party in the Czech Republic. The party was founded in fall 2005[citation needed] as "Law and Justice - Yes to traditional family, No to corruption and criminality" (Czech: Právo a Spravedlnost - ANO tradiční rodině, NE korupci a kriminalitě) or simply the "Law and Justice", inspired by Polish party Prawo i Sprawiedliwość.

On 11 January 2014, the party transformed into the current No To Brussels - National Democracy, to bruit[clarification needed] continuity with first Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia, Karel Kramář, and his Czechoslovak National Democracy.

For 2019 European Parliament election party announced united list with the Party of Common Sense.

In April 2019 party signed cooperation agreement with the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia.

Presidential[edit]

Election Candidate First round result Second round result
Votes %Votes Result Votes %Votes Result
2018 Petr Hannig 29,228 0.56 8th place

European Parliament[edit]

Year # of total votes Vote % Seats
2019 18,715 #12 0.78 Increase 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Národní demokracie | VlasteneckeNoviny.cz". www.vlasteneckenoviny.cz. Retrieved 17 May 2016.

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