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National Alliance (Lithuania)

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National Alliance

Nacionalinis Susivienijimas
ChairmanVytautas Radžvilas
Founded7 March 2020[1]
IdeologyLithuanian nationalism
National conservatism
Political positionRight-wing
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The National Alliance (Lithuanian: Nacionalinis Susivienijimas) is a right-wing nationalist political party in Lithuania, led by philosopher professor Vytautas Radžvilas, a historic Sąjūdis figure who has previously led an election committee to the European Parliament in 2019.[2] The party council includes the two vice-chairmen, ex-prorector of Vilnius University Kęstutis Dubnikas and Vytautas Sinica, anti-Soviet dissident Petras Plumpa, signatories of the Act of the Re-Establishment of the State of Lithuania Irena Andrukaitienė, Romas Gudaitis and Algimantas Sėjūnas, historian prof. Jonas Vaičenonis, physicist prof. Kęstutis Jarašiūnas, traveler and writer Šarūnas Jasiukevičius, linguist Jūratė Laučiūtė among others.[3]

Ideology and political positions[edit]

The party claims that mainstream political parties in Lithuania have abandoned the ideals of Sąjūdis, and the current government's policies are threatening the survival of national values and the state itself. The National Alliance's party program affirms Traditional, Christian values, calls for securing the ethno-state and seeks to reform the European Union to prevent it from imminent collapse that would threaten the interests of the Lithuanian people.[4]


  1. "15min.lt: V.Radžvilas tapo naujai sukurtos partijos pirmininku". Retrieved 2020-04-23.
  2. "15min.lt: Vytauto Radžvilo komitetas pristatė EP rinkimų programą ir kandidatų sąrašą". Retrieved 2020-04-23.
  3. "Nacionalinis Susivienijimas: Komanda". Retrieved 2020-04-23.
  4. "Nacionalinis Susivienijimas: Programa". Retrieved 2020-04-23.

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