Dutch Quasi-Centrism is the ideology of the Center Party, a right-wing to far-right populist political party existing in the Netherlands from 1980 up until its dissolvement 1986 later continued by the Center Party '86 up until it was banned in 1998. The original party was anti-immigrant, populist, considered right-wing extremist and had sympathies for neo-nazism. After the the head of the party defected from the party in 1986, dissolving it, a follow up called the Center Party '86 was created. This new party was more extreme than the last, fully supporting neo-nazism and cutting off mild nationalists from the group.
Dutch Quasi-Centrism is an particularly extreme right-wing example of a Quasi-Centrism.
- Centre Party (Netherlands)
- Centre Party 86
- Centre Democrats (Netherlands)
- Hans Janmaat