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ⓘ Workers' Party (Czech Republic)




Workers' Party (Czech Republic)
                                     

ⓘ Workers Party (Czech Republic)

Workers Party was a Czech far-right, extremist and neo-nazi party in the Czech Republic. The party was founded by Tomas Vandas. In 2010 the party was banned, making it the first instance of banning a party for its ideology in the modern history of the Czech Republic. The party was transformed into a "Party of Citizens of the Czech Republic", later renamed to Workers Party of Social Justice.

                                     
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