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Party of Common Sense (Czech : Strana zdravého rozumu) is a Czech nationalist political party. It is led by Petr Hannig.
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.
In 2010, party started collaboration with Czech Sovereignty and changed name to Sovereignty - Party of Common Sense. Cooperation later broke.The party returned to its original name in 2014.
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