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Samoobrona Rzeczpospolitej Polskiej (SRP) | Self-Defence of the Republic of Poland was an agrarian political party and trade union in Poland.
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Samoobrona Rzeczpospolitej Polskiej – partia polityczna, odwołująca się w różnych okresach swojej działalności głównie do idei narodowo-lewicowych, chrześcijańsko-lewicowych, socjaldemokratycznych, chrześcijańsko-demokratycznych, nacjonalistycznych, narodowo-katolickich i agrarnych, najczęściej łącząca poszczególne elementy tych nurtów, założona 10 stycznia 1992 (zarejestrowana sądownie 12 czerwca 1992) z inicjatywy działaczy ZZR "Samoobrona" Andrzeja Leppera, do 17 stycznia 2000 pod nazwą Przymierze Samoobrona. 4 marca 2012 weszła w skład partii Samoobrona, powołanej w styczniu 2010 przez część działaczy Samoobrony RP.

 

Skrót: Samoobrona RP

Lider: Andrzej Lepper

Data założenia: 10 stycznia 1992

Data rozwiązania: 4 marca 2012

Deklarowana ideologia polityczna: socjaldemokracja, agraryzm, Lewica chrześcijańska, nacjonalizm, chrześcijańska demokracja

Deklarowane poglądy gospodarcze: trzecia droga, socjalliberalizm

 

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Self-Defence of the Republic of Poland (Polish: Samoobrona Rzeczpospolitej Polskiej, SRP) was an agrarian political party and trade union in Poland. Its platform combines left-wing populist economic policies with religious conservative social policies.

 

Founded by Andrzej Lepper in 1992, the party initially fared poorly, failing to enter the Sejm. However, it was catapulted to prominence in 2001, winning 53 seats, after which it gave confidence and supply to the Democratic Left Alliance government. It elected six MEPs at the 2004 European election, with five joining the Union for Europe of the Nations and one joining the Socialist Group.

 

It switched its support to Law and Justice (PiS) after the 2005 election, in which it won 56 seats in the Sejm and three in the Senate. Lepper was appointed Deputy Prime Minister in the coalition government with PiS and the League of Polish Families. In 2007, he was dismissed from his position and the party withdrew from the coalition. This precipitated a new election, at which the party collapsed to just 1.5% of the vote: losing all its seats.

 

On August 5, 2011, the Party's leader, Andrzej Lepper, was found dead in his party's office in Warsaw. Initial reports suggest he committed suicide by hanging.

 

Leader: Lech Kuropatwiński

Founded: 10 January 1992

Dissolved: March 4, 2012

Ideology: Populism, Euroscepticism, Polish nationalism, Left-wing, nationalism, Social conservatism, 

Agrarianism, Left-wing populism, Statism

 

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July 8, 2010

updated: 2013-03-04

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