Order, Law and Justice

Published 27th September, 2011

The Order, Law and Justice party was founded in 2005 with its main goal to fight corruption. The party describes itself as centre-right and believes in Conservatism and Populism.

It was too late to fight the 2005 general election, but in 2009 it won 10 seats with 4.13% of the vote. In the past few years it has had two defections from its ranks bringing its number of deputies to eight.

In the 2013 general election the RZS lost all ten of its seats, winning just 1.67% of the vote.

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