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Partai Sosialis Serbia

partai politik di Serbia

Partai Sosialis Serbia (bahasa Serbia: Социјалистичка партија Србије, СПС / Socijalistička partija Srbije, SPS) adalah sebuah partai politik di Serbia yang mengidentifikasikan dirinya sendiri sebagai sebuah partai sosialis demokrat[4] dan sosial demokrat.[5] Sepanjang masa berdirinya, partai tersebut memajukan beberapa tema dan retorika nasionalis,[6][7][8] dan sehingga dicap partai nasionalis Serbia,[9] meskipun partai tersebut tak pernah mengidentifikasikan dirinya sendiri seperti demikian.[10][11][12]

Partai Sosialis Serbia

Социјалистичка Партија Србије
Socijalistička Partija Srbije
PresidenIvica Dačić
Deputi presidenAleksandar Antić
Presiden kehormatanMilutin Mrkonjić
PendiriSlobodan Milošević dan Milutin Mrkonjić
Dibentuk17 Juli 1990; 29 tahun lalu (1990-07-17)
Didahului olehLiga Komunis Serbia
Kantor pusatStudentski trg 15
Belgrade
Keanggotaan (2014)200,000[1]
IdeologiPopulisme
Sosialisme demokrat
Demokrasi sosial
Nasionalisme sayap kiri
Posisi politikTengah-kiri sampai
Sayap kiri[2][3]
Afiliasi di EropaTidak ada
Afiliasi internasionalTidak ada
Warna     Merah
Majelis Nasional
20 / 250
Majelis Vojvodina
8 / 120
Majelis Kota Belgrade
8 / 110
Situs web
www.sps.org.rs

Daftar pustakaSunting

  • Branković, Srbobran (2002). András Bozóki; John T. Ishiyama, ed. The Yugoslav "Left" Parties: Continuities of Communist Tradition in the Milošević Era. The Communist Successor Parties of Central and Eastern Europe. M. E. Sharpe. hlm. 206–223. 

ReferensiSunting

  1. ^ "507118-Naprednjacka-knjizica-na-ceni Naprednjačka knjižica na ceni" (dalam bahasa Serbian). Novosti. 
  2. ^ Dragojević, Mila (2014). The Politics of Social Ties: Immigrants in an Ethnic Homeland. Ashgate. hlm. 90. 
  3. ^ http://www.b92.net/eng/news/politics.php?yyyy=2008&mm=01&dd=11&nav_id=46866
  4. ^ Alan John Day, Roger East, Richard Thomas. A political and economic dictionary of Eastern Europe. First Edition. Cambridge International Reference on Current Affairs, Ltd, 2002, p. 544.
  5. ^ Thompson, Wayne C. (2013). Nordic, Central, and Southeastern Europe 2013. Rowman & Littlefield. hlm. 444. 
  6. ^ Pavlaković, Vjeran (2005). Serbia Transformed? Political Dynamics in the Milošević Era and After. Serbia since 1989. University of Washington Press. hlm. 17. 
  7. ^ Prošić-Dvornić, Mirjana (2000). Apocalyptic Thought and Serbian Identity: Mythology, Fundamentalism, Astrology and Soothsaying as Part of Political Propaganda. Ethnologia Balkanica. 4. hlm. 166. 
  8. ^ Miller, Nicholas (2005). Serbia and Montenegro. Eastern Europe: An Introduction to the People, Land, and Culture. 3. ABC-CLIO. hlm. 560. 
  9. ^ Janusz Bugajski (1995). Ethnic Politics in Eastern Europe: A Guide to Nationality Policies, Organizations, and Parties. M.E. Sharpe. hlm. 466. ISBN 978-0-7656-1911-2. 
  10. ^ Janusz Bugajski. Political Parties of Eastern Europe: A Guide to Politics in the Post-Communist Era. Armonk, New York, USA: Center for Strategic and International Studies, 2002, p. 399.
  11. ^ Christiane Lemke, Gary Marks. The crisis of socialism in Europe. Duke University Press, 1992, p. 101.
  12. ^ Pavlaković, Vjeran (2005), "Serbia Transformed? Political Dynamics in the Milošević Era and After", Serbia since 1989: politics and society under Milošević and after, Seattle, Washington, USA: University of Washington Press, hlm. 17 

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