Serbian radical party of the republika srpska

Serbian Radical Party of the Republika Srpska
Српска Радикална Странка РС, Srpska Radikalna Stranka RS
Leader Milanko Mihajlica
Founded 1992
Ideology Serb ultranationalism[1]
Social conservatism
Radicalism
Islamophobia
National affiliation None
International affiliation None
European affiliation None
Colours Blue
Ethnic group Serbs
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The Serbian Radical Party of the Republika Srpska (Serbian: Српска Радикална Странка РС, Srpska Radikalna Stranka RS) is a Serbian ultra-nationalist political party in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is one of the two parties of the Radical party tendency currently active in Republika Srpska, the other, more hardline faction being the Serbian Radical Party Dr. Vojislav Šešelj.

The Serbian Radical Party of the Republika Srpska is closely associated to the Nationalist Serbian Radical Party with both of their parties having close policies and both being founded by Vojislav Šešelj a Radical ultranationalist Serb.

The party's core ideology is based on Serbian nationalism, and it subscribes to the idea of Greater Serbia which, according to Šešelj, is the raison d'être of the party. The party also describes itself as anti-globalist, and wants to abandon Serbian attempts to become a member of the European Union. Instead, it aims to establish pan-Slavic "brotherly" ties with Russia, as well as ties with China, and to unite all Balkan Serbs into a single country. In 2007 it advocated the use of force to block the independence of Kosovo. The party remains loyal to the legacy of late President Milošević, and would bring an end to searches for fugitives wanted by the ICTY such as Ratko Mladić and Radovan Karadžić; the party regards both to be "Serbian heroes".

See also

External links

  • Website in Serbian

References

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