Slovenian National Party
Published 25th November, 2011
The Slovenian National Party or SNS was formed in 1991. It describes itself as on the far right and believes in Slovenian nationalism, right wing populism and Euroscepticism.
In its first electoral outing the party won 12 seats in the 1992 general election, taking 10% of the vote and coming fourth in the National Assembly.
They dropped back to seventh place in the 1996 and 2000 elections, winning four seats each time.
In 2004 they went up slightly to six seats in the 90 seat National Assembly, taking 6.27% of the vote and in 2008 they took five setas and 5.4% of the vote putting them in fifth place.