Communist Party of Slovakia


Communist Party of Slovakia
Communist Party of Slovakia
Komunistická strana Slovenska
Leader Jozef Hrdlička
Founded August 29, 1992
Headquarters Bratislava
Ideology Communism,
Marxism-Leninism[1]
Political position Far-left
International affiliation None
European affiliation Party of the European Left (observer)
European Parliament Group None
Official colours Red
Website
http://www.kss.sk/
Politics of Slovakia
Political parties
Elections

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.

According to Luboš Blaha the KSS supported the government of Robert Fico.[2][3][4]

The party is observer of the Party of the European Left although it criticizes the Political Theses for the 1st Congress of European Left.[5]

Contents

Electoral results

Results since 1998
(year links to election page)
Year Type of Election Votes % Seats
1998
Parliament
94,015
2.79%
0
2002
Parliament
181,872
6.3%
11
2004
European Parliament
31,908
4.54%
0
2006
Parliament
89,418
3.88%
0
2009
European Parliament
13,643
1.65%
0
2010
Parliament
21,104
0.83%
0

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