Party of Common Sense

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Party of Common Sense
Strana zdravého rozumu
AbbreviationRozumní
Leader Petr Hannig
Founded2002
Ideology Nationalism [1]
Conservatism
Euroscepticism [2]
Anti-immigration
Political position Right-wing [3]
National affiliation Alliance for the Future
ColoursBlue
Local councils
86 / 62,300
Website
http://www.stranazdravehorozumu.cz/

Party of Common Sense (Czech : Strana zdravého rozumu) is a Czech nationalist political party. [4] It is led by Petr Hannig.

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History

The party was founded in 2002 by Petr Hannig. The party succeeded in Havířov municipal election but received only 10,000 votes in 2002 legislative election ad failed to reach 5% threshold. [5]

In 2010, party started collaboration with Czech Sovereignty and changed name to Sovereignty - Party of Common Sense. Cooperation later broke. [6] The party returned to its original name in 2014.

Election results

Chamber of Deputies

YearVoteVote %Seats
2002 10 8490.22
0 / 200
2006 24 8280.46
0 / 200
2010 192 1453.67
0 / 200
2013 13 5380.27
0 / 200
2017 36,5280.72
0 / 200

European Parliament

Year# of total votesVote %Seats
2019 18,715 #120.78 Increase2.svg0

Presidential

ElectionCandidateFirst round resultSecond round result
Votes%VotesResultVotes%VotesResult
2018 Petr Hannig 29,2280.578th place

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