The History of The Česká Pravice

The Party's History and Development

  • 28th September, 1993 - The Česká Pravice´s Preparatory committee introduced to the public a fundamental political declaration of the party´s principal thesis
  • until 5th November, 1993 more than ten thousand people had been bodily conntacted in all regions of the Czech republic and more than a thousand signatures supporting the declaration and birth of the party had also been collected 
  • 7th January, 1994 - The party was registrated by an appropriate section of The Department of Home Affairs according to "The Political Parties and Politcal Movements Grouping Law"

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(28th September, 1993)

By a totalitarian power, a message that the evil pays off, had been through a decennium encoded into the gens of the Czech nation.
The time for the nation´s regeneration sets in. Deep enrooted passive resistance of the nation, as a sort of defence against despotism of the oppressor, is not these days on the spot. Our aim is to give political power back to the citizens. We appeal to patriotic citizens to take active participation in the statesmanship, rising from the local level. People themselves shall come to sway. Democracy does not lean on cloakroom negotiations of the political elite, but in the execution of the human rights and duties. The government policy shall come out from the local policy. Our nation will always have such a government as we deserve.

We will be a governmental party.
We want to highlight the best qualities of our nation as honesty, industry, ability of an untraditional cogitation, toleration and broadmindedness. Because these qualities can only take our republic on prosperity and on such a position in the world´s economics and politics that we had already had, but lost.

We will be the party, which  does not  line up the national principle prior to the civil principles.
Our aim is to live in a democratic state based on civil principles. However the moral duty towards the homeland cannot be given and defined by the law. Nowadays it is not possible to say we live in a juristic state, therefore it is impertinent to emphasize the principle, that a citizen may do whatever the law can't punish. On the contrary - it is a period of time, when a patrioticly-thinking citizen must first of all act with a view to the future of his country, from which his own future and the future of his children is unwound.

We will be the party, which has taken as a drift the progress to the economical prosperity.
It is a formidable progress and there are no third ways. It is our patriotic duty to furtherance one´s native country and to secure our children´s future on the sound basis. Inflation and unprofitable budget are not the ways out.

We will be the party, which does not strive after power, but wants to control it.
The power in the state does not belong to any political party. All of them has the right and duty to oversee, whether the members of the party (who were elected to the parliament and were established to the government), wield the power confided to them by their voters according to the party's political programme. In the Party Rules there is embeded, that the controlling function in the party is incompatible with the membership in the government or in the parliament. It is the only way to thoroughly advocate the party's programme. Nobody is allowed to become irrevocable.

We will be the party, which abolishes calling up the feelings of national inferiority.
Let us not be the nation of Hašek's Švejk or Jacks from fairyland. We are not a small nation. We are a nation as any other. The evidence is the labour of our ancestors, speaking of  workmanlike, scientific and culture sphere. In the national dimension we are equal to whatsoever nation in the world. In virtue of our historical and cultural heritage, we rank among the mature world nations. We have a historic chance. Only ignorance and cowardice of us all would dash it.

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Petr Fuchs © Česká Pravice 1997
Translated by: Petr Andrš & Petr Finkous 10/1999