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The Evolution of the Ideological Platform of the Serbian Radical Party

Student: Tatyana Chernova

Supervisor: Boris Makarenko

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Applied Politics (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

Radical parties, as a rule, by virtue of their ultranationalist agenda, occupy the position of "marginal" in the party system. The Serbian Radical Party serves as an example of the functional combination of nationalist slogans with successful parliamentary activity. The Serbian Radical Party and the Socialist Party of Serbia were able to form a coalition government in 1992. The candidates for the presidency of the Serbian Radical Party were losing three times in the second round of elections. In 2003, Tomislav Nikolic scored 47.9% of the vote, but the cancellation of the results due to the low turnout prevented him from taking the presidency. The Serbian Radical Party has offices in Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Macedonia. The Serbian Radical Party of the Republika Srpska passed into the National Assembly of the ninth convocation (Bosnia and Herzegovina).

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