The elections "'90 in Slovak village (pre-election activity of political parties," the results of the elections, circumstances)

Gyarf�szova, Ol'ga; Ritomsk�, Alojz
October 1991
Sociologia;Oct1991, Vol. 23 Issue 5/6, p525
Academic Journal
The article discusses the results of the elections in Slovak village in the year 1990. The parliamentary elections during the year represented the completion of the first stage of revolution in the country. No party has gained an absolute majority during the said elections in the country. There were seven parties and movements that gained the representation in the Slovak National Assembly. Characterization of the most important political party movements showed that the Christian Democratic Movement has varied and intensive activities in most communities. The Democratic Party, on the other hand, had a local organization in 5 villages in the observed group of communities.


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