Conservative People's Party (Poland)

The Conservative People's Party (SKL, Polish: Stronnictwo Konserwatywno-Ludowe) was a political party in Poland, between 1997–2003 and 2007–2014. In 2014 party was incorporated into Poland Together.

Conservative People's Party
Stronnictwo Konserwatywno-Ludowe
LeaderJacek Janiszewski (first)
Marek Zagórski (last)
Founded12 January 1997
Dissolved1 March 2014
Merged intoPoland Together
Headquartersul. Reymonta 12a, 01-842, Warsaw
IdeologyConservatism
Liberal conservatism[1]
Christian democracy
Agrarianism
ColoursNavy Blue, White

LeadersEdit

Members of Polish Parliament (Sejm)Edit

SKL politicians entered parliament as members of PO Electoral Committee (Civic Platform (PO) + SKL + Real Politics Union). Several SKL members including its leaders Jan Rokita and Bronislaw Komorowski decided to join the newly created PO political party, those who refused to join PO, formed a separate SKL political caucus: (MP, constituency)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Aleks Szczerbiak (2006). "The Polish centre-right's (last?) best hope: The rise and fall of Solidarity Electoral Action". In Aleks Szczerbiak; Seán Hanley (eds.). Centre-right Parties in Post-communist East-Central Europe. Psychology Press. p. 66. ISBN 978-0-415-34781-5.