Party of Serb Radicals

Party of Serb Radicals (Serbian: Странка српских радикала, Stranka srpskih radikala, SSR), formerly Serbian Radical Party of Montenegro (SRS CG), was a minor far-right and Serbian nationalist political party, active in Montenegro.

Party of Serb Radicals
Странка српских радикала
LeaderDuško Sekulić
FounderVojislav Šešelj
FoundedFebruary 1991 (February 1991)
DissolvedPrior 2020
HeadquartersPodgorica
IdeologySerbian ultranationalism
Right-wing populism
Social conservatism
Serbian-Montenegrin unionism
Russophilia
Hard Euroscepticism
Political positionFar-right

HistoryEdit

The SSR was formed by the former members of Serbian Radical Party, after it ceased its activity in Montenegro. The SSR was part of the New Serb Democracy. Following the return of party leader convicted war criminal Vojislav Šešelj from his trial for war crimes at the ICTY in The Hague, the SSR merged back into the Serbian Radical Party which renewed its activity in Montenegro.[1]

Electoral resultsEdit

Parliament of Montenegro
Year Popular vote % of popular vote Overall seats won Coalition Government
1992 22,329 7.56%
8 / 75
opposition
1996 12,963 4.31%
0 / 75
extra-parliamentary
1998 4,060 1.17%
0 / 75
extra-parliamentary
2001 4,275 1.17%
0 / 75
extra-parliamentary
2002 9,911 2.84%
0 / 75
PKJ extra-parliamentary
2006 49,730 14.68%
1 / 81
SL opposition
2009 4,291 1.30%
0 / 81
SNL extra-parliamentary
2012 3,085 0.85%
0 / 81
with DSS extra-parliamentary
2016 693 0.18%
0 / 81
extra-parliamentary

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-03-25. Retrieved 2018-04-11.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)