After 1989 the situation in the Central Europe has resulted in the differences in the region’s profile of the far right group. The absence of the immigration from the developing nations is the first thing that must be mentioned. This has an important impact on the popularity and rise of the family of far right parties especially in the western region of the continent. Nationalism, anti immigration appears only as a fringe phenomenon or is almost non-existent. However, a similar equivalent substitute which existed in the region before the communist era has appeared in the form of several traditional national animosities and resentments. This is quite visible towards several minorities and also in relation to the neighbors. The most visible feature of the local far right specifically was the nationalism which was influenced by the history and was linked to xenophobia.