Party of Serbian Unity
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It is today known as the Council of Serbian Untiy, restored after seceding from the Serbian Radical Party.
The key goals of the party were:
- Unity of the Serbian people
- Preserving the integrity and territory of Serbia
- Parliamentarism and Democracy
- Preservation of tradition, family and the Cyrillic script.
Following the assassination of Željko Ražnatović Arkan in 2000, Borislav Pelević became president of the party. At the last legislative election in 2003, the SSJ was a part of the For National Unity alliance, which failed to receive any seats. The SSJ merged into the Serbian Radical Party in 2007.
In 2013, the party was re-founded as the Council of Serbian Unity by Pelević. The new party took part in the 2014 parliamentary election as part of the Patriotic Front coalition, but failed to reach the threshold.
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