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Croatian Party of Rights dr. Ante Starčević

Croatian Party of Rights - dr. Ante Starčević
Leader Pero Ćorić (Acting)
Founded 2009 (2009)
Split from Croatian Party of Rights
Headquarters Zagreb
Membership  (2013) 19,174[1]
Ideology National conservatism
Social conservativism
Euroscepticism
Political position Right-wing
European affiliation Alliance of European Conservatives and Reformists
European Parliament group European Conservatives and Reformists
Colours Blue, Grey
Seats in Parliament
0 / 151
Seats in European Parliament
0 / 11
Website
.hr.hsp-ante-starcevicwww
Politics of Croatia
Political parties
Elections

Croatian Party of Rights dr. Ante Starčević (Croatian: Hrvatska stranka prava dr. Ante Starčević) is a right-wing political party in Croatia.

It was founded in 2009 by Ruža Tomašić and others as a splinter party from the Croatian Party of Rights. It is named after Ante Starčević (1823-1896). In 2011, they reported a membership of 20,000.[2] They had limited electoral success in local elections, such as winning three seats in Vukovar city council in 2011.[3]

In 2011, Croatian Party of Rights dr. Ante Starčević signed a pre-election coalition agreement with far right Croatian Pure Party of Rights.[4] In the Croatian parliamentary election, 2011, their coalition won one parliamentary seat.[5]

In late 2012, the party made a permanent coalition with the centre-right Croatian Democratic Union.[6] This coalition won the Croatian European Parliament election in 2013 and party president Ruža Tomašić was the highest ranking candidate on the winning list by preferential vote.[7] The party joined the European Conservatives and Reformists.[8]

On 3 November 2014 founder and it's 1st president Ruža Tomašić left the party.[9]

Contents

  • Election history 1
    • Legislative 1.1
    • European parliament 1.2
  • Footnotes 2
  • External links 3

Election history

Legislative

The following is a summary of the party's results in legislative elections for the Croatian Parliament. The "Total votes" and "Percentage" columns include sums of votes won by pre-election coalitions HSP AS had been part of and the "Total seats" column includes sums of seats won by HSP AS in election constituencies plus representatives of ethnic minorities affiliated with HSP AS.

Election In coalition with Votes won Percentage Seats won Change
(Coalition totals) (HSP AS only)
December 2011[10] Croatian Pure Party of Rights 66,150 2,8
1 / 151

European parliament

Election In coalition with Votes won
(Coalition totals)
Percentage Total seats won
(HSP AS only)
Change
April 2013[11] Croatian Democratic Union, Bloc of United Pensioners 243,654 32,86%
1 / 12
May 2014[12] Croatian Democratic Union, Croatian Peasant Party, Bloc of United Pensioners 381,844 41.42%
1 / 11
Steady

Footnotes

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ "Hrvatska stranka prava dr. Ante Starčević - HSP dr. Ante Starčević" (in Croatian). Croatian Information-Documentation Referral Agency. Retrieved 2011-05-28. 
  3. ^ "Vukovarci izabrali isto Gradsko vijeće: SDP i HNS potukli HDZ i HSS za 10 posto" (in Croatian).  
  4. ^ "HČSP i HSP-dr. Ante Starčević zajedno na izbore" (in Croatian). Slobodna Dalmacija. Retrieved 2011-05-28. 
  5. ^ "Kukuriku osigurao apsolutnu većinu sa 80 mandata, HDZ ih osvaja 47" (in Croatian). Dnevnik.hr. Retrieved 2011-05-28. 
  6. ^ http://dnevnik.hr/vijesti/hrvatska/tomasic-i-karamarko-potpisali-koaliciju-u-vukovaru.html
  7. ^ http://www.jutarnji.hr/otvorena-biralista-za-izbor-clanova-u-europski-parlament/1096948/
  8. ^ "Ruža Tomašić u konzervativnoj grupaciji u EU parlamentu".  
  9. ^ http://www.index.hr/vijesti/clanak/ruza-tomasic-napustila-hsp-as-coric-usla-je-u-europski-parlament-a-onda-izdala-stranku/781532.aspx
  10. ^ Croatian Parliament#7th assembly
  11. ^ European Parliament election, 2013 (Croatia)#Results
  12. ^ [2] |

External links

  • Official website
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