Freedom Party (Slovakia)

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The Freedom Party (Strana slobody) originally Christian-Republican Party (Kresťansko-republikánska strana) was a political party in Slovakia.wikipedia
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1946 Czechoslovak parliamentary election

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The Freedom Party was led by Vavro Šrobár and won 3 seats in the Czechoslovak parliament in the 1946 election.

National Front (Czechoslovakia)

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When the Communists took power in Czechoslovakia in February 1948, the party lost any practical power and became playing role of a bloc party in the National Front.
(Slovak) Freedom Party (SSL)

Vavro Šrobár

Vavro J. Šrobár
The Freedom Party was led by Vavro Šrobár and won 3 seats in the Czechoslovak parliament in the 1946 election.
Šrobár also founded the Catholic Freedom Party in 1946, which later merged into the Czechoslovak National Front, and published an autobiography, Z môjho života (From My Life) in the same year.

Slovakia

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The Freedom Party (Strana slobody) originally Christian-Republican Party (Kresťansko-republikánska strana) was a political party in Slovakia.

Democratic Party (Slovakia)

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It was founded by some members of the Democratic Party in March 1946 as a party mainly for Catholics.

Bloc party (politics)

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When the Communists took power in Czechoslovakia in February 1948, the party lost any practical power and became playing role of a bloc party in the National Front.

Marián Labuda

During the communist rule, around the party were concentrated some Slovak intelectuals in opposition to the regime, like actor Marián Labuda and others, with its peak during the Prague Spring in 1968.

Prague Spring

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During the communist rule, around the party were concentrated some Slovak intelectuals in opposition to the regime, like actor Marián Labuda and others, with its peak during the Prague Spring in 1968.

Velvet Revolution

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After the Velvet Revolution, in 1990, the party adopted a new, Christian programme, but remained without any importance in Slovak politics.

Party of Slovak Revival

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It was accepted into the Czechoslovak National Front and got 17 seats in the Slovak parliament (Communists had 78 and the Freedom Party 4 seats).

1986 Slovak parliamentary election

The Communist Party of Slovakia, the Party of Slovak Revival, the Freedom Party and independents were all represented in Parliament.

1981 Czechoslovak parliamentary election

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With a total of 350 seats in the two Houses, 240 were assigned to the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, 18 to the Czechoslovak People's Party, 18 to the Czechoslovak Socialist Party, four to the Party of Slovak Revival, four to the Freedom Party and 66 to independents.

1986 Czechoslovak parliamentary election

1986national elections
With a total of 350 seats in the two Houses, 242 were assigned to the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, 18 to the Czechoslovak People's Party, 18 to the Czechoslovak Socialist Party, four to the Party of Slovak Revival, four to the Freedom Party and 64 to independents.

1971 Czechoslovak parliamentary election

1971national elections
With a total of 350 seats in the two Houses, 245 were assigned to the Communist Party, 20 to the Czechoslovak Socialist Party, 16 to the Czechoslovak People's Party four to the Party of Slovak Revival, four to the Freedom Party and 61 to independents.