European union

Slovakia:

The Slovakian parliament (Narodna rada lower house)
Chaiperson: Pavol Hrušovský
Members: 150


Parliamentary groupSocial alternative for Slovakia
Deputies50
Information for the partySocial alternative for Slovakia is a social democratic and left-centrist political party in Slovakia, which took the place of the Party of left democrats in the Slovakian political life. The latest parliamentary elections were held in 2006.
http://www.strana-smer.sk/en/

Parliamentary groupSlovak democratic and Christian union
Deputies31
Information for the partySlovak democratic and Christian union. The Christian democratic party in Slovakia which hold the center right values. The leader of the Slovakian governing coalition. The latest parliamentary elections were held in 2006.
http://www.sdkuonline.sk/

Parliamentary groupParty of the Hungarian Coalition
Deputies20
Information for the partyThe Party of the Hungarian Coalition (Hungarian: Magyar Koalíció Pártja, Slovak: Strana Maďarskej koalície) is a political party in Slovakia, for the Magyar (i.e. ethnic Hungarian) minority. It is led by Bela Bugar, and has 20 of 150 seats in the National Council of the Slovak Republic, making it the largest Hungarian party in Slovakia. The latest parliamentary elections were held in 2006.
http://www.mkp.sk

Parliamentary groupPeople's Party - Movement for a Democratic Slovakia
Deputies15
Information for the partyThe People's Party - Movement for a Democratic Slovakia (Slovak: Ľudová strana - Hnutie za demokratické Slovensko) is a political party in Slovakia. It is the largest single party in the legislature, with 36 of 150 seats, but is excluded from the coalition government led by the Slovak Democratic and Christian Union. It is led by Vladimír Mečiar. The party was called just "Movement for a Democratic Slovakia" in the 1990's. The latest parliamentary elections were held in 2006.
http://www.english.hzds.sk/

Parliamentary groupChristian Democratic Movement
Deputies14
Information for the partyThe Christian Democratic Movement (Slovak: Kresťansko-demokratické hnutie) (KDH) is a political party in Slovakia. It is a member of the parliament and of the government coalition (as of early 2004). It was established in the early 1990s. Currenty, it is led by Pavol Hrušovský. In the 1990s it was led by Ján Čarnogurský.
http://www.kdh.sk/

Parliamentary groupAlliance of the New Citizen
Deputies0
Information for the partyThe Alliance of the New Citizen (wrongly translated as the New Civic Alliance) (Slovak: Aliancia Nového Občana, ANO) is a new liberal party in Slovakia. The abbreviation ANO also means YES in Slovak. It is a member of the parliament and of the government coalition (as of early 2004). Its leader Pavol Rusko is the founder and former owner of Markíza(the biggest TV channel in Slovakia) and the current Minister of Economics.
It is a liberal party and connected with the European Liberal, Democrat and Reform Party.
The latest parliamentary elections were held in 2006.
http://www.ano-aliancia.sk/

Parliamentary groupCommunist Party of Slovakia
Deputies0
Information for the partyIn the past, the Communist Party of Slovakia (Slovak: Komunistická strana Slovenska -- KSS) was a communist party in Slovakia. It was formed in March 1939, when the WWII Slovakia was created, from the KSC. Although formally independent, it was led by the KSC leaders, who were in exile in Moscow during the war. When Czechoslovakia was established again, the KSS was still a separate party for a while (1945-1948). On September 29, 1948, it was reunited with the KSC and continued to exist as a "organizational territorial unit of the KSC on the territory of Slovakia". The modern Communist Party of Slovakia (Slovak: Komunistická strana Slovenska -- KSS) is a communist party in Slovakia. It was formed in 1992. This Communist Party of Slovakia is strongly opposed to the Party of Democratic Left and the other center-left parties in Slovakia that virtually replaced the PDL in the meantime (as of 2003). The KSS officially upholds Marxism. In the 2002 elections, the KSS received 6% of the vote and got 11 seats in the Slovak parliament (for the first time since its formation).
The latest parliamentary elections were held in 2006.
http://kss.jaso.sk/



unicameral parliament
faction: 150
Chaiperson:


factionSocial alternative for Slovakia
senators0
factionSlovak democratic and Christian union
senators0
factionParty of the Hungarian Coalition
senators0
factionPeople's Party - Movement for a Democratic Slovakia
senators0
factionChristian Democratic Movement
senators0
factionAlliance of the New Citizen
senators0
factionCommunist Party of Slovakia
senators0