Communist Party of Slovakia
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Communist Party of Slovakia
Communist Party of Slovakia
Komunistická strana Slovenska
LeaderJozef Hrdli?ka
Founded29 August 1992
Merger ofKSS '91
ZKS
HeadquartersBratislava
NewspaperKroky
(The Steps)
Youth wingFront ?avicovej Mláde?e
(Front of Left Youth)
Membership (2020)1,802 (Decrease 24)[1]
Ideology
Political positionFar-left[2]
European affiliationINITIATIVE
PEL (Observer)
International affiliationIMCWP
Colours  Red
SloganZáruka lep?ieho ?ivota
(Guaranteeing a better life)
National Council
European Parliament
Presidents of self-governing regions
Regional parliaments
Local councils
Party flag
Flag of the Communist Party of Slovakia
Website
www.kss.sk

The Communist Party of Slovakia (Slovak: Komunistická strana Slovenska, KSS) is a communist party in Slovakia, formed in 1992, through the merger of the Communist Party of Slovakia - 91 and the Communist League of Slovakia.

The party is observer of the Party of the European Left although it criticizes the Political Theses for the 1st Congress of European Left.[4] For the 2019 European Parliament election the KSS formed a unity list together with VZDOR - strana práce. The list was called Socialistický Front.[5][6] It received 0.62% of the votes.

Electoral results

Results since 1992
(year links to election page)
Year Leader Type of Election Votes % Seats
1992 Vladimír ?a?o Parliament 23,349 0.76% 0
1994 Parliament 78,419 2.73% 0
1998 Parliament 94,015 2.79% 0
2002 Jozef ?evc Parliament 181,872 6.33% 11
2004 European Parliament 31,908 4.54% 0
2006 Parliament 89,418 3.88% 0
2009 Jozef Hrdli?ka European Parliament 13,643 1.65% 0
2010 Parliament 21,104 0.83% 0
2012 Parliament 18,583 0.72% 0
2014 European Parliament 8,510 1.51% 0
2016 Parliament 16,278 0.62% 0

See also

References

  1. ^ https://www.minv.sk/swift_data/source/statna_komisia_pre_volby/30_annual_report/ar2020/VS_17309981_I_2020_20210727.pdf
  2. ^ a b March, Luke (2008). Contemporary Far Left Parties in Europe (PDF). Berlin: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. p. 3. ISBN 978-3-86872-000-6.
  3. ^ "Program KSS".
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-06-12. Retrieved .CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ "Zjednotená ?avicová koalícia KSS a VZDORu- strany práce smeruje k vo?bám do parlamentu EÚ | VZDOR - strana práce". vzdor.org. Retrieved .
  6. ^ KSS. "Zjednotená ?avica smeruje k vo?bám do Európskeho parlamentu". KSS (in Slovak). Retrieved .

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