Christian Conservative Social Union

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The Christian Conservative Social Union (Lithuanian: Krikščionių konservatorių socialinė sąjunga, KKSS) was a centre-right, Christian-conservative political party in Lithuania.


The party was established as the Union of Moderate Conservatives (Nuosaikiųjų konservatorių sąjunga) in 2000 as a breakaway from the Homeland Union.[1] Initially led by the former prime minister, Gediminas Vagnorius, it contested the 2000 elections, receiving 2% of the vote and winning a single seat.

By the 2004 elections, the party had been renamed the Christian Conservative Social Union. It received again 2.0% of the vote, but lost its single seat in the Seimas.

On 23 January 2010, it merged into the Christian Party.


  1. ^ Nohlen, D; Stöver, P (2010). Elections in Europe: A Data Handbook. Nomos Publishers. p. 1205. ISBN 978-3-8329-5609-7..

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