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Cas Mudde

Chap6 28/5/02 13.33 Page 142 6 Centrumpartij’86 Reservoir of the fringe After the expulsion of the Janmaat group at the end of 1984 the troubles of the Centrumpartij were far from over. Party leader Konst was put under increasing pressure by his employer to resign as party chairman or lose his job as teacher at a state school; vice-chairman De Wijer had already been temporarily suspended as teacher at another state school (DNPP 1987; Schikhof 1998). Only a few months after the split Konst resigned and was succeeded by former party treasurer Albrecht Lier

in The ideology of the extreme right
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This book provides a comprehensive and detailed analysis of the five main parties of the extreme right in the Netherlands (Centrumdemocraten, Centrumpartij), Belgium (Vlaams Blok), and Germany (Die Republikaner, Deutsche Volksunion). Using primary research — including internal party documents — it concludes that rather than right-wing and extremist, the core ideology of these parties is xenophobic nationalist, including also a mix of law and order and welfare chauvinism. The author's research and conclusions have broader implications for the study of the extreme-right phenomenon and party ideology in general.

‘Nederland voor de Nederlanders!’
Cas Mudde

the NVU from a rapid demise. The radicalisation in both ideology and style of the NVU went too far for chap5 28/5/02 13.32 120 Page 120 The Netherlands several members. Already in the 1970s it had led to internal conflicts, even leading to the temporary ousting of Glimmerveen as party leader. After his return, and the consequent legal troubles, several of the ‘moderate’ members left the NVU and founded other, more or less moderate extreme right parties. One of these was the Nationale Centrumpartij (National Centre Party, NCP), founded on 28 December 1979. The

in The ideology of the extreme right
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Elisabeth Carter

JONS) Spain Falange Española de las Juntas de Ofensiva Nacional-Sindicalista – sector Diego Marquez (FE de las JONS sector DM) Spain Falange Española Independiente (FEI) Spain Lega dei Ticinesi (LdT) Switzerland [Agir Belgium (Wallonia)] [Parti des Forces Nouvelles (PFNb) Belgium (Wallonia)] [Centrumdemocraten (CD) Netherlands] [Centrumpartij (CP) Netherlands] [Centrumpartij’86 (CP’86) Netherlands] [Nederlandse Volksunie (NVU) Netherlands] [Det Nya Partiet (DNP) Sweden] [Ethniki Politiki Enosis (EPEN) Greece] [Komma Proodeftikon (KP) Greece] [Movimento Sociale

in The extreme right in Western Europe
Negotiating acceptable politics in the Dutch fanzine Raket
Kirsty Lohman

party was not a large force in Dutch politics; instead, the Nederlandse Volks-Unie (Dutch Peoples-Union), the Centrumpartij (Centre Party) and its predecessor, the Nationale Centrumpartij (National Centre Party), were most active on the extreme right of Dutch politics in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The NPN registered as a political party in 1974 but did not contest an election and left few records of its activity. However, the letter to Raket indicates that it was active in 1980 and it may be presumed that the NPN hoped to appeal to the same sense of punk working

in Ripped, torn and cut
Elisabeth Carter

(Wallonia) Belgium (Wallonia) Britain Britain Denmark Germany Germany Greece Italy Norway Sweden Sweden Spain Spain [Agir] [Parti des Forces Nouvelles (PFNb)] [Ethniki Politiki Enosis (EPEN)] [Komma Proodeftikon (KP)] [Centrumpartij (CP)] [Centrumpartij ’86 (CP’86)] [Nederlandse Volksunie (NVU)] [Partido da Democracia Cristã (PDC)] [Det Nya Partiet (DNP)] Belgium (Wallonia) Belgium (Wallonia) Greece Greece Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Portugal Sweden Spain Spain Note: Parties in square brackets no longer exist. strong disagreement, another group maintained

in The extreme right in Western Europe
Věra Stojarová

) criterion, which accepts all people born within a particular country or who wish to be naturalized into the group. The congruence of state and nation is to be brought about exclusively via internal homogenization and, more concretely, by a choice between assimilation and repatriation. Mudde subsequently concludes that the Flemish Interest (Vlaams Belang, VB) and Dutch Centreparty 86 (Centrumpartij’86, CP’86) are ethnic extreme Right parties, the Dutch Centredemocrats (Centrumdemokraten, CD) is a state extreme Right party, and the German People’s Union (Deutsche Volksunion

in The Far Right in the Balkans
Cas Mudde

every West European country is mentioned as there is no extreme right party in, for example, Iceland and Ireland that meets the election requirement. Nor is every party mentioned studied with equal care and attention. Parties like the FN and the German Die Republikaner (The Republicans, REP) belong to the better-known and studied political parties in Western Europe, while parties such as the Dutch Centrumpartij’86 (Centre Party’86, CP’86) and the Swiss Schweizer Demokraten (Swiss Democrats) are virtually unknown beyond (and even within) their own national boundaries

in The ideology of the extreme right