Unified Lithuanian National Workers Movement

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Unified Lithuanian National Workers Movement
Vieningasis Lietuvių Nacionaldarbininkų Sąjūdis
Leader Mindaugas Murza
Founded 2007
Dissolved 2011
Headquarters Šiauliai, Lithuania
Ideology Ultranationalism,
National Socialism,
Third Position,
Right-wing populism
Political position Far-right
International affiliation None
Colours Red, White and Black[1]

Unified Lithuanian National Workers Movement (Lithuanian: Vieningasis Lietuvių Nacionaldarbininkų Sąjūdis, VLNDS) was a radical Neo-Nazi political party of Lithuania, not recognised as a legal Lithuanian political party by the Ministry of Justice.

In 2011 the party was dissolved and a new far-right political party Lithuanian National Union was established instead.


The party was often blamed for sparking enmity and propagating racism, xenophobia and antisemitism.

The members of the party with their flags were present during various protests. VLNDS was among the most active protesters during the Vilnius Gay Pride in 2010.[2]


  1. ^ Vieningasis Lietuvių nacionaldarbininkų sąjūdis
  2. ^ [1]

External links

  • Official website

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