Parti Progresif Serbia

Parti politik

Parti Progresif Serbia (Bahasa Serbia: Српска напредна странка/Srpska napredna stranka atau CHC/SNS) merupakan parti politik populis[13] konservatisme di Serbia.

Parti Progresif Serbia
Српска напредна странка
Srpska napredna stranka
PresidenAleksandar Vučić
Timbalan presidenJorgovanka Tabaković
Ketua parlimenAleksandar Martinović
PengasasTomislav Nikolić dan Aleksandar Vučić
Diasaskan21 Oktober 2008; 12 tahun yang lalu (2008-10-21)
PecahanParti Radikal Serbia
Ibu pejabatPalmira Toljatija 5, Belgrade
Keahlian  (2017)730,000[1]
IdeologiPopulisme[2][3]
Konservatisme[4]
Konservatisme nasional[5]
Pro-Kesatuan Eropah[6]
Kedudukan politikTengah kanan[7] hingga
haluan kanan[8][9][10][11][12]
Penggabungan antarabangsaKesatuan Demokrat Antarabangsa
Penggabungan EropahParti Rakyat Eropah
Warna rasmi     Biru
Majlis Kebangsaan
96 / 250
Majlis Vojvodina
46 / 120
Majlis Bandaraya Belgrade
57 / 110
Bendera parti
Flag of the Serbian Progressive Party
Tapak web
www.sns.org.rs
Politik Serbia
Parti politik
Pilihan raya

RujukanSunting

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  3. ^ "Serbian political outline". Dicapai pada 28 April 2017.
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  5. ^ Nordsieck, Wolfram (2016). "Serbia". Parties and Elections in Europe. Dicapai pada 27 August 2018.
  6. ^ http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/who-is-who-political-parties-in-serbia
  7. ^ "Serbia election: Pro-EU Prime Minister Vucic claims victory". BBC. Dicapai pada 25 September 2016.
  8. ^ Thompson, Wayne C. (2013). Nordic, Central, and Southeastern Europe 2013. Rowman & Littlefield. m/s. 444.
  9. ^ Slavic, MIsha (2014). Serbia. Nations in Transit 2014: Democratization from Central Europe to Eurasia. Rowman & Littlefield. m/s. 548.
  10. ^ "Ruling Progressive Party 'wins majority in Serbia poll'". BBC News. 16 March 2014.
  11. ^ Kleibrink, Alexander (2015). Political Elites and Decentralization Reforms in the Post-Socialist Balkans: Regional patronage networks in Serbia and Croatia. Palgrave Macmillan.
  12. ^ Blank, Stephen J. (2012). The Sacred Monster: Russia as a Foreign Policy Actor. Perspectives on Russian Foreign Policy. Strategic Studies Institute. m/s. 80.
  13. ^ Post election Serbia: good news for the EU? | cepolicy.org