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Subjects: Hlinka, Andrej Hlinkova slovenska l'udova strana --History. Nationalism --Slovakia. Bookseller Inventory Ask Seller a Question. About this title Synopsis: Slovak nationalist sentiment has been a constant presence in the history of Czechoslovakia, and the torrent of nationalism which resulted in the dissolution of the Republic on January 1, , is only its most recent expression. More Information. Masaryk following his election to the National Assembly in Prague.
1929 Czechoslovak parliamentary election
Hlinka retained his mandate at all successive parliamentary elections, , , and Following the elections Hlinka entered into a short-lived parliamentary bloc with the Czechoslovak People's Party. In he was appointed apostolic protonotary by the Holy See. He negotiated his party's entry into government starting on 4 February of that year but never occupied a ministerial position himself. Hlinka remained above politics, which enabled him to unify radical, moderate, and clerical wings of the party.
His support of the party ideologue and Magyarone Vojtech Tuka brought him into conflict with members of his own party and T. Masaryk, which resulted in the departure of the SLS from government. In the spring of and again in January Hlinka called, albeit with little success, for the cooperation of all Catholic parties in Czechoslovakia.
He sporadically cooperated with the Czech radical Right between and but remained fiercely opposed to any form of Slovak-Hungarian alliance. He publicly rejected Czechoslovak nationalism and demanded political autonomy in the Nitra Declaration speech delivered on 13 August at the Pribina celebrations SLS demonstration.
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Representatives of the Sudeten German Party visited Hlinka in February to begin negotiations about the creation of a unitary opposition front of national minorities in the Republic. On 5 June Hlinka spoke for the last time in public at the jubilee celebrations of the signing of the Pittsburgh Agreement in Bratislava. Felak, James Ramon. Pittsburgh, Pa.
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