Parliamentary parties in Czech Slavia
National Front (Czech: Národní fronta, NF) an electoral alliance founded in 1945. Since 1948 the alliance is dominated by the Communist Party. Until 1991 all legal political parties had to be part of National Front. Currently the alliance is comprised of:
Communist Party of Czech Slavia (Czech: Komunistická strana České Slávie, KSČS) was founded in 1990 as a Czech part of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia. It is a far-left nationalist party that staunchly opposes privatization. The party is an advocate for high minimal wage, and massive founding of state industries. KSČS is openly anti-clerical and supports the policy of state atheism.
Czech Socialist Party (Czech: Česká strana socialistická, ČSS) was founded in 1897 as Party of Czechoslavonic National Workers, in 1948 the party became pro-communist and expelled members that were against further cooperation with the Communist Party. It is a far-left nationalist party mostly dependant on the Communist Party.
Civic Forum (Czech: Občanské fórum, OF) was founded in 1991 as a major opposition to the National Front. It is a rather loose right-wing liberal conservative party, with some liberal factions inside the party. The party advocates for rapid privatization, lowering the minimal wage and lowering taxes. OF is strongly against the policy of state atheism.
Czech National Democracy (Czech: Česká národní demokracie, ČND) was founded in 2013. It is a right-wing populist party. Factions of the party advocate for rapid privatization while other factions advocate for slow privatization. The party is against lowering minimal wage and instead advocates for lowering international help and lowering taxes. ČND is strongly against the policy of state atheism.
National Front of Labour (Czech: Národní fronta práce, NFP) an electoral alliance founded in 1995. Currently the alliance is comprised of:
Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia (Czech: Sociálně demokratická strana České Slávie, SDSČS) was founded in 1878 as Czechoslavonic Social Democratic Worker's Party, in 1948 the party was incorporated into the Communist Party and in 1991 the party was recreated. It is a left-wing party. The party advocates for slow privatization and is againts raising taxes and lowering the minimal wage. SDSČS is against the policy of state atheism.
Czech National Social Party (Czech: Česká strana národně sociální, ČSNS) was founded in 1897 as Party of Czechoslavonic National Workers. In 1991 members of the Socialist Party, that were against cooperation with the Communist Party split from the party and founded ČSNS independent of the Communist Party. It is a left-wing liberal nationalist party currently mostly dependant on the Social Democratic Party.