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The Europeanisation of Slovak Political Parties

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The Rules on Political Parties in Romania Under Comparative Scrutiny

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Insights into intra-party decision-making in Latvia’s political parties

References Auers, D. (2015) Comparative Politics and Governments of the Baltic States: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the 21st Century. Hampshire: Palgrave and Macmillan. Chiru, M. and Gherghina, S. (2012) Keeping the Doors Closed: Leadership Selection in Post-Communist Romania. East European Politics and Societies. 26(3), pp. 510-537. Duverger, M. (1954) Political Parties: Their Organization and Activity in the Modern State. London: Methuen. Ennser-Jedenastik, L. and Müller, W. (2015) Intra

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Is the “new” always “new”? Theoretical framework problems of new political parties’ research: The Czech Republic experience

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A Step Forward in the Minimization of Political Corruption in Financial Support of Political Parties: The Experience of Ukraine and Lithuania

BIBLIOGRAPHY 1. Accinelli, Elvio, Filipe Martins, Jorge Oviedo, Alberto Pinto and Luis Quintas. “Who controls the controller? A dynamical model of corruption.” Journal of Mathematical Sociology 13 (2017): 1–28. 2. Biezen, Ingrid van. “Financing Political Parties and Election Campaigns – Guidelines” // https://eos.cartercenter.org/uploads/document_file/path/309/Financing_Political_Parties_en.pdf . 3. Ceva, Emanuella, and Maria Paola Ferretti. “Political corruption.” Philosophy Compass Vol. 12, No. 12 (2017): 1–10 // DOI: 10.1111/phc3

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Newcomers in Politics? The Success of New Political Parties in the Slovak and Czech Republic after 2010?

BIBLIOGRAPHY 1. Bennich-Bjőrkman, Li. “New Political Parties in Central and Eastern Europe.” Statsvetenskaplig Tidskrift Vol. 108, No. 2 (2006): 157–162. 2. Ct24. “Úsvit šiřitelů dobra. Antistrany mají šanci na úspěch” (May 2013) // http://www.ceskatelevize.cz/ct24/domaci/225347-usvit-siritelu-dobraantistrany-maji-sanci-na-uspech/ . 3. Ct24. “Věk, vzděláni ani příjem nehrají roli – Babiše volili lidé napříč populace” (October 2013) // http://www.ceskatelevize.cz/ct24/domaci/248670-vekvzdelani

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Digitalization and Political Party Life in Poland – A Study of Selected Communication Habits of Party Members and Elective Representatives

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To Show, But Not to Disclose. The Willingness of Polish Political Parties to Disclose Information On their Structures

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Does Novelty Necessarily Mean Change? New Political Parties within the Polish Party System

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The Analysis of Slovenian Political Party Programs Regarding Doctors and Health Workers from 1992 to 2014

1 Introduction Political parties are coalitions of people seeking to control the governing apparatus by legal means. They act solely in order to attain the income, prestige, and power which come from being in office (1) . Broadly speaking, political parties are the main actors in the political life of a community, and their only goal is to reap the rewards of holding office. They treat policies purely as means to attain their private ends, which they can reach only through election. In other words, “parties formulate policies in order to win elections

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