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Croatian Pure Party of Rights ( , HČSP) is a far right, ultranationalist political party in Croatiamarker. It was founded in 1992, calling on the tradition of one of the Frankovci, a far right historical Croatian Party of Rights fraction movement from late 19th and early 20th century. As of the 2003 elections, it is a non-parliamentary party as it did not win enough votes (5% required) to enter the Croatian Parliamentmarker.


Like most right-wing parties in Croatiamarker, the HČSP claim a legacy descending from Ante Starčević, and it views the rival Croatian Party of Rights as traitors. Party policy would introduce lustration to the Croatianmarker system, and would also cease cooperation with the ICTYmarker. The party is also opposed to Croatia joining the EU and NATOmarker.

Internal policies would include banning abortion and same-sex marriages. Amnesty given to Serbs who participated in the rebellion, as well as the return of Serbs, would be cancelled. .

The party also advocates irredentism of Bosnia and Herzegovinamarker, Boka Kotorskamarker, Bač and also Syrmiamarker.

Regional Representation

HČSP is represented in assemblies of Splitmarker and Split-Dalmatia Countymarker.

2007 Elections and antisemit incidents

The party announced that it would spend 600,000 kunas for the campaign. The youngest person competing in the 2007 elections, Kristina Posavec stated she has chosen to be on HČSP list because "it is against EU, NATO and gay marriages".

On one of the election debates, party leader Josip Miljak stated that "profit of Croatian oil company serves to Jew capital and Croatia is left only with the pollution." After this antisemitic statement, HNS's Goran Beus Richembergh and SDP's Tonino Picula left the studio.

Another antisemitic incident happened when an HČSP member in another debate stated: Whoever doesn't listen to Thompson's music in Croatia is a Jew. These two incidents outraged the Croatian Jewish community.


External links

  • Official web site

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