No silent counter evolution in the Central Europe took place against the wave of post materialistic values. In various nations the reason is the immense predominance of a materialistic viewpoint. These were all related to the transformation of economies in the era of 1990s. The profile of the local far right was strongly impacted by the negative social results of economic transformation (Mitra, 1988). Most of the times it is known as the socially sustainable economic transformation and it were criticized for its negative impacts. Nevertheless, some factors in practice in this anti transformational vector showed a particular uniqueness with the orientation of socio-economic in the far left of Western Europe. This was common because of its focus on its own people’s welfare. The phenomenon of the Central European might also be known as the anti transformation chauvinism.
An emphasis on the law and order as with the western European far right was observed in the environment of Central environment too. However, the roots of the Central European were of different type and they were tied up with the events that shook the political system. This happened in the region throughout the course of shifting to democracy and under the limit of what is included in the new conditions of freedom and what is not. The growth of the far right was due to the combination of the relatively weak state and the uncertainties. This was accompanied by the rise in the population and the crime rate. People felt afraid of these changes and this led to rise of the far right.