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Elisabeth Carter

central to party’s ideology Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs (FPÖ) Austria Vlaams Blok (VB) Belgium (Flanders) Front National (FN(b)) Belgium (Wallonia) Front Nouveau de Belgique (FNB) Belgium (Wallonia) British National Party (BNP) Britain National Front (NF) Britain Dansk Folkeparti (DF) Denmark Fremskridtspartiet (FRPd) since mid-1980s, Denmark Front National (FN) France Mouvement National Républicain (MNR) France Deutsche Volksunion (DVU) Germany Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands (NPD) Germany Republikaner Germany Lega Nord (LN) since mid-1990s, Italy

in The extreme right in Western Europe
Elisabeth Carter

’s parliamentary leader in 1994, but he was also elected party president in the same year. In addition, he was in charge of the party’s research office and was secretary of the regional branch of The Hague. Janmaat also extended his control within the party by making sure that all those in a Table 3.2 Weakly organized, poorly led but united right-wing extremist parties Party Country Deutsche Volksunion (DVU) Freiheitspartei der Schweiz (FPS) Schweizer Demokraten (SD) Germany Switzerland Switzerland [Centrumdemocraten (CD)] [Frente Nacional] [Fuerza Nueva] Netherlands Spain

in The extreme right in Western Europe