Sweden Party

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Sweden Party (Swedish: Sverigepartiet) was a far-right political party in Sweden. It was founded in late 1986 through the merger of Bevara Sverige Svenskt and the Progress Party.[1][2] The leader of the party was Stefan Herrmann, formerly the leader of the Progress Party.[1]

In October 1987, Herrmann was expelled from the party. His group reconstituted the Progress Party. The remainder of the party would regroup as the Sweden Democrats in 1988.[1]


  1. ^ a b c http://www.skma.se/nov06/sverigedemokrater.pdf
  2. ^ Widfeldt, Anders (2015). Extreme Right Parties in Scandinavia. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-26589-8.