Српска радикална странка


Vojislav Šešelj

Deputy president

Svetozar Lazarević


Aleksandar Martinović, Elena Božić-Talijan, Risto Nemerić


23 February 1991




Serbian nationalism, Greater Serbia, Clericalism, National conservatism, Social conservatism, Economical nationalism, Anti-globalism, Anti-communism, Anti-fascism, Anti-masonry, Russophilia, Euroscepticism (historical)

Political position



Србија је вечна док су јој деца верна!


Спрем'те се, спрем'те, четници

Official colors

Blue, white

The Serbian Radical Party (Serbian: Српска радикална странка, СРС, SRS) is a radical nationalist political party in Serbia, founded in 1991. It is the largest and the ruling party in Serbia, with over 70% of supporters.

Vojislav Šešelj is the active leader of the party since its forming in 1991. Deputy president Tomislav Nikolić took over as de facto leader when Šešelj surrendered to the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and supported the accession of Serbia to the European Union, which Šešelj and his faction continued to oppose. Nikolić and his faction resigned from the party in 2008 over this disagreement, and went on to launch the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS).

The party was active in the Republika Srpska (through Serbian Radical Party of Republika Srpska), Montenegro (Party of Serb Radicals), Macedonia (Radical Party of Serbs in Macedonia) and Republika Srpska Krajina (Party of Danube Serbs).

The party's core ideology is based on Serbian nationalism, and it subscribes to the idea of Greater Serbia which, according to Šešelj, is the raison d'être of the party. The party also describes itself as anti-globalist, anti-masonic, anti-fascist and anti-communist. Instead, it aims to establish pan-Slavic "brotherly" ties with Russia, as well as ties with China, and to unite all Balkan Serbs into a single country. In 2008 it advocated the use of force to block the independence of Kosovo. The party also strongly opposes satanism, atheism, homosexuality, pornography, racism and all forms of subcultures.

Notable membersEdit

  • Marina Raguš, Minister of Media, Propaganda and Information Society
  • Milorad Krstin, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management

Former membersEdit