Constructed Worlds Wiki
Advertisement

This article lists active political parties in Leubantia and their ideologies.

History[]

The first political parties in Leubantia were formed early in the eighteenth century, the Liberal Party and Conservative Party. Political parties elected members of parliament into office. These two parties actively swapped minorities and majorities every few elections. The smaller Monarchist Party was also formed shortly after the Liberal and Conservative parties, and to get two majorities in parliament separated by approximately twenty years. The Monarchists weakened greatly after the Leubantian Revolution of 1848, and were replaced by a left leaning federalist party, the Federal Party. In the early 20th century, these 3 parties shared offices regularly.

In 1939, the Fascist Party elected a prime minister that caused Leubantia to join and be defeated in World War II. The Communist Party, which had been a third party for a few decades, took control of Leubantia after its defeat, and with the help of the Soviet Union, banned the other parties and formed the People's Republic of Leubantia. After the Leubantian Revolution of 1989, this was reversed, most of the old parties were recreated, and the Communist Party was banned. Since then, many new parties have been created, such as the Green Party and Leubantian Party.

List of Political Parties[]

Major[]

Major parties are defined as parties that offer candidates for every significant office in the country.

Minor[]

Minor parties are defined as parties that offer candidates over one sixth of significant offices and received 0.2% or more of the vote in the most recent election.

  • Libertarian Party (leaning-right, libertarian)
  • Green Party (centre-left, environmental)
  • Leubantian Party (centrist)
  • Social Democratic Party (social democratic)
  • Populist Party (centrist, libertarian, anti-federalist)
  • Christian Democratic Party (centre-right, christian)
  • Socialist Party (far-left)
  • Dylurian National Party (supports Dylurian independence)

There are several other sub-minor parties that do not meet the requirements of a minor political party.

Advertisement