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The Republic of Texas is a constitutional presidential republic located in between the Republic of Mexico and the United States of America. Texas seceded from the Confederate States of America during the Second Great War in 1944 and has remained a close ally of the United States since.

Texan Whig Party
The Texan Whig Party is a center-right political party that has dominated Texan politics since its independence. Formed by the founder of the Republic, Wright Patman, the Texan Whig party models itself after the old Confederate Whig Party. The party is very socially conservative compared to their neighbors to the north, only legalizing sodomy in 1997 and abortion in 2006. The party also supports fiscally conservative policies, keeping taxes some of the lowest in the developed world. At the Republic's founding, the Texan Whig Party was heavily backed by the United States both financially and militarily as well during the 1956 Uprising. The Texan Whig Party played a strong role in the Defreedomization of the nation shortly after its founding. Today, the Texan Whig Party receives electoral support from upper, middle, and white working class Texans.

Texan Liberal Party
The Texan Liberal Party is a center to center-left political party that has served as the opposition party in Texan politics since its independence. The Texan Liberal Party was founded by old Radical Liberal Confederates and models itself after the old party. The Liberals are the less socially conservative of the two parties and support the expansion of the welfare state. The party draws support primarily from African and Latin Texans as well as many labor unions.

Socialist Party
The Socialist Party is a center-left political party that bases itself after the old Confederate Socialist Party. Although the Texan Socialists are affiliated with their United States counterparts, the Texas version has been a lot less successful while being frozen out by the two-party system. They routinely run candidates for President, with Felipe Rodriguez receiving the most votes ever with 2.3% in 1968.

Texan National Party
The Texan National Party is a defunct and illegal far-right political party that rose to prominence after leading the 1956 Uprising. Despite the constitutional ban on Freedomite political parties, the Texan National Party managed to pass examination as "sufficiently democratic" and were allowed to run in the 1956 Presidential election behind their candidate Henry Neal. After Neal lost to the U.S.-backed Whig candidate, he declared the result invalid and party members attempted to launch an armed revolution. They managed to bring several cities under their control before the U.S. Army rolled across the border and crushed the uprising. Neal and his followers were executed as traitors under Texan Law and the National Party was banned.
The Papuan Federative Republic, formed shortly after the end of the Second World War, was an attempt by the United States and its allies to create a pro-Western Australasian government to compete with the pro-Soviet leaders of Indonesia. Over the course of the Cold War, significant American and Japanese investment into the country's economy developed infrastructure for the export of minerals and cash crops. This led to an economic boom, and major immigration of English-speaking South Africans, Indians and Malayans, causing the country's population to swell.

Politically, however, the country had been quite unstable. Starting in 1956, alternating periods of military and civilian rule, conflict between indigenous rural dwellers and the rapidly growing urban population, and division between the primarily English-speaking west and Dutch-speaking east of the island led to an fragile and fractious system. Since the end of the last period of military rule, in 1987, and the end of the Cold War in 1992, the political system of Papua has become increasingly stable and effective, with economic growth and measures of governmental effectiveness and quality of life reaching levels not seen since the last period of stability, during the civilian dictatorship of Marcus Weror.

National Alignment
The successor party to Marcus Weror's Papuan Alignment Movement, the National Alignment (NA) supports a return to the successful policies of the Weror regime, while limiting the authoritarian "excesses" of Weror's later years. The NA is traditionally socially conservative, although their younger members are increasingly liberal. Their economic policies are heavily corporatist, a spiritual successor to Weror's National Economic Policy, which established export-oriented industrialization policies such as favourable tax rates and free land, while also guaranteeing state control of natural resources through the Papuan Mining Authority and the Papuan Agricultural Development Corporation. The NA is mostly supported by the urban middle class and elements of the bureaucracy and military. It holds 32 of 151 seats in Papuan parliament.

Peoples' Democratic Alliance
One of the two founding political parties in Papua, the Peoples' Democratic Alliance (PDA), reformed after the last military junta collapsed during the Pacific Summer of 1987, is the largest party in Papuan parliament. Originally a non-ideologcal collection of regional bosses and powerful interests, mostly associated with the small Papuan labour movement, the PDA in recent years has evolved into a more traditional centre-left party. Its support primarily comes from the country's three largest unions, the Agricultural Workers' Syndicate, the Mining Workers' Syndicate, and the Federation of Papuan Industrial Labour, with some students and intellectuals supporting them as well. The PDA holds 56 seats in parliament, and generally either leads the government or opposition.

United Liberal Party
The other founding political party of the Papuan Federative Republic, the United Liberal Party (ULP) was formed from a union between English-speaking and Dutch-speaking liberal and conservative politicians. Originally drawing its support almost entirely from wealthy landowners and their sharecroppers as well as the religious establishment, the ULP supported classically liberal economic policies, along with socially conservative social policies. When their support base of major landowners was broken during the Weror dictatorship through land reform policies, the remnants of the ULP began to advocate a more centrist model, with free trade and a liberalized market coupled with libertarian welfare policies, such as direct cash transfers and school vouchers. The ULP is the second largest party in parliament, with 52 seats. In recent years it has formed both conservative coalition governments with the NA, and "grand coalitions" with the PDA.

Workers' Revolutionary Party
While banned for much of their existence, the Papuan Communists were frequently quite a powerful political force in the country, acting as the country's major domestic opposition during the first period of military rule, from 1956-1961, and holding almost half the seats in parliament immediately afterwards. However, in recent years, especially since the fall of the USSR, the Communist movement, now centred in the Workers' Revolutionary Party (WRP), has failed to gain much traction with their hardline statist policies. The party holds only two seats, with one of their members being a defector from the PDA's left flank.

Coalition of Traditional Forces
The Coalition of Traditional Forces (CTF) is a relatively new political movement, drawing support primarily from the increasingly enfranchised indigenous peoples of the highlands. Its platform is a peculiar mix of environmentalism, affirmative action and other favourable policies for highlanders and other disadvantaged peoples, and extreme decentralization of power within the whole country. The CTF holds 9 seats in parliament, and has acted as a coalition partner in government.
Republic of Yugoslavia

After the assassination of Josip Broz Tito in the early 50's, Yugoslavia experienced a meltdown which lead to the Seven States Proclamation (Proglas od Sedam Države). The 22,000 person signed declaration which, most notably, demanded free elections and the right of the republics to secede from Yugoslavia. The Communist Leadership managed to keep the rebelling states in line with an implementaion of martial law, but after only 1 and 1/2 years many were ready to revolt, even within the Party itself. Slowly the Communist Party abdicated to demands within the years, before finally allowing free elections in the 70's The first elections took place on 1975, with surprisingly free and fair results. Today Yugoslavia is a middle power and a big player in the Balkans.

Democratic Party (Demokratska stranka)
The main left party, and currently the leading government with the LK coalition (Left Coalition Lijeva Koalicija) between the Socialists and the Original Social Democrats. In 2010 Goran Sretenovic won the Yugoslav Presidential election under the LK banner with 57.9% of the vote. They have had 3 of the 7 presidencies as of 2010

They are Progressive, Liberal, and Green in terms of ideology

Socialist Party (Socijalistička partija)

The more popular remnants of the Communist Party, they mainly stress the old "Unity and Brotherhood" aspect of the old republic, as well as Law and Order. They are in the LK

They are Titoist Socialist, and oppose any compromise with seccesionists

Original Social Democrats (Socijaldemokratska Partija Izvornik)

The first non-communist left party to appear after the democratization of Yugoslavia. They were the biggest party for the first 7 years, but eventually fell to third place in left-wing parties. Part of the LK.

They are center-left, populist, and anti-nationalist.

New Social Democrats (Socijaldemokratska Partija Novi)

A very liberal sect of the SPI, who felt they were not doing enough to fix the failing economy of the 80's. Not part of the LK.

Democratic Alliance of Christians and Muslims (Demokratski savez kršćana i muslimana)

The main right party, rather than a coalition they are two parties(the Christian Democrats and Bosniak Union) that joined together. They have had 4 of the 7 presidencies as of 2010.

They are center-right, con-federalist, and support the idea each nationality having their own state within Yugoslavia.
The Buddhist Kingdom of Tibet

The Buddhist Kingdom of Tibet is a lamaist constitutional monarchy set up in 1912. After full emancipation of slaves and the end of feudalism, Tibet under the 14th Dalai Lama has come through a rather stable period of transition to democracy in the 1970s, though the Gelugpa monasteries continue to exercise huge influence in the daily lives of Tibetans.

According to the Tibetan Constitution of 1986, 44 out of 54 seats of the National Parliament of Tibet is directly elected by popular vote, while 5 seats are reserved for religious leaders of Gelug, Kagyum, Sakya, Kadam and Bon; 2 seats, normally non-partisan, are appointed by the Dalai Lama; and the Panchen Lama himself is an ex officio MP and ex-officio President of the Chikhyab Khenpo, which appoints two more members of the NPT. The NPT elects the Kalon Tripa, who is then appointed by the Dalai Lama and forms the Kashag (cabinet).

The current Kalon Tripa of Tibet is Lobsang Sangay of the United Democratic Party, who is the first non-PEP Kalon Tripa of Tibet since 1969.

United Democratic Party
The United Democratic Party is a merger of various opposition parties, including the People's Democratic Party, the Buddhist Democratic Union, and the Bonpo Unity Alliance in 1995, hoping to become an alternative of the long-time ruling Peace and Enlightenment Party. In 2007, the UDP wins 25 out of 54 seats of the NPT, including 24 out of 44 directly elected seats, but the PEP regime holds on thanks to the help of unelected members.

In 2009, human rights activist Lobsang Sangay is elected leader of the UDP, who begins to campaign for real democratic change and an end to religious monopoly while confirming their loyalty towards the benevolent Dalai Lama. In the latest election held in May 2012, the UDP wins 28 out of 54 seats of the NPT, including 27 out of 44 directly-elected seats. Lobsang Sangay thus becomes the first non-PEP Kalon Tripa of Tibet since the formation of the PEP in 1969.

Peace and Enlightenment Party
Closely associated with the Gelugpa monasteries and other religious factions, the Peace and Enlightenment Party was founded in 1969, and was once the dominating party of Tibet. It is formed by religious elites and people with high social status, and is closely associated with religious authorities and Tibetan traditions. Led by former Kalon Tripa Khensur Lungri Namgyel, it has 21 seats in the NPT, including 16 directly elected seats and the religious leaders of Gelug, Kagyum, Sakya, and Kadam.

General election results, 2012:

United Democratic Party 52.1%, 28 (27 directly elected+Abbot of Menri Monastery [Bon])
Peace and Enlightenment Party 40.6%, 21 (16 directly elected+leaders of Gelug, Kagyum, Sakya, Kadam+1 appointed by the Panchen Lama)
Tibetan National Party 4.2%, 1 (1 directly elected)
Non-partisan 3.1%, 4 (The Panchen Lama+1 of his appointee and 2 appointed by the Dalai Lama)
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The Republic of Alyeska is a presidential republic located in the northwest extremity of North America. It was originally a Russian colony, sparsely inhabited by natives and Russian settlers. The discovery of gold in 1891 caused the migration of thousands of Russians, Chinese, Americans, and Canadians to the colony, eventually leading to an atmosphere of ethnic tension. During the Russian Civil War, American and Canadian immigrants launched a rebellion which was soon supported by both the American and British governments. Although both the Americans and British wanted to annex the territory outright, a negotiation was soon reached where both the American and Canadian settlers would rule Alyeska together over the Russians, Chinese, and natives. What followed was minority rule for the next 80 years, with a racial class system developing. At the top were the "White Alyeskans", the descendants of the Americans and Canadians who controlled the machinery of the state while making up only 18% of the population. Next in the chain were the "Swarthy Alyeskans", the descendants of the Russian settlers who had their language, culture, and religion stamped out and made up the underclass (61% of the population). They were allowed to serve in the military and own property but were not allowed to vote or live in the same neighborhood as Whites. Below them were the "Oriental Alyeskans", the descendants of the Chinese settlers (14% of the population). They made up the very bottom of Alyeskan society and were not allowed to vote, serve in the military, or own property. Even below them were the natives (7% of the population), who were not even considered citizens. They were forced into small reservations in the wastelands and wilderness following the rebellion in what is considered to be a genocide by the League of Nations. Under international pressure and sanctions, the White minority government surrendered their control in 1996, allowing for free elections for the first time.

The Alliance For Freedom is a center-left coalition party that has dominated every single election since the first one in 1996. Made up of mainly of Swarthies and Orientals, the party was once branded a terrorist organization by the White government. After its rise to power, the Alliance nationalized the oil industry of Alyeska and has since nationalized much of the resources of the republic. It has also played a large role in attempting to restore the culture, religion, and language of the Swarthies and Orientals as well as delivering a more proportional control of the means of production to them. Current President Michael Cartief is a member of the Alliance For Freedom.

The Democratic Party is a center-right coalition party that has served in the opposition since the 1996 election. It is the successor party to the old Democratic Party that ruled Alyeska from its independence up until the 1996 election. Its voters are almost entirely of White Alyeskan heritage and it promotes liberal economics and family values.

The Native People's Party is an ethnic party made up of the native peoples who were given citizenship in 1996. Originally part of the Alliance For Freedom, the NPP was frustrated about the lack of progress for the natives and decided to form their own party. They poll relatively low but have managed to elect a couple congressmen.
The Republic of Bavaria (Bayerische Republik) (Often erroneously referred to as "Freistaat Bayern") was formed in 1946 following American Occupation of Bavaria in the aftermath of World War two. Bavaria is one of the oldest states in Europe, and the decision to remain independent from the new Federal Republic of Germany (Bundesrepublik Deutschland), was made to overwhelming public support when it was announced as part of the first postwar Bavarian constitution. The political system in Bavaria is as follows: The national administration is controlled by two chambers: a Parliament (Nationalparlament Bayerns) and a Senate (Bayerische Senat) . The Parliament, seated in Munich, is made up of 300 seats, and is elected by universal suffrage, with the number of seats a party has directly proportional to their part of the vote. A term for a representative is 5 years. The Senate contains representatives of the Church, the Worker's Unions, and the Commercial Sector, amongst others. These representatives are independent of political parties and elected by their respective organizations. After a 1989 referendum however, the Senate were stripped of their right of veto, and now have an "advisory" role. The top seat in the government is that of Prime Minister (Premierminister), who is (Theoretically) from the largest party in the Parliament. He appoints a Cabinet, and ministers for Finance, Foreign Affairs, Trade, Agriculture, Education and Culture, amongst others.
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The Bavarian People's Party (Bayerische Volkspartei or BVP) are the largest party in Bavaria, successor to the prewar BVP, first established in 1919. They enjoy healthy support from the Catholic Church, which remains a formidable influence in Bavarian politics. They are a traditionalist conservative party, keeping Bavaria out of the Schengen Zone, and opposing social integration projects. They have helped reinforce Bavarian patriotism with projects to protect "Bavarian Heritage and Traditions". In the most recent Parliamentary elections, they romped home with a record 66% of the popular vote. Since the independence of Bavaria they have featured in 10 out of 13 governments. Suffering their longest "wilderness" period during the Premiership of Wilhelm Hoegner between 1945 and 1955. Currently in power for their fourth consecutive term, under Beate Hege, first female premier, nicknamed "Bavaria's Iron Lady".

The Social Democratic Party of Bavaria (Sozialdemokratische Partei Bayerns or SPB) are the successor to the prewar party of the same name in Germany. With a centre-left manifesto they have campaigned for greater power to the unions and more funding for social projects, including a big reform in the Bavarian health system, while maintaining a pro-European agenda. Apart from the immediate postwar period, they have enjoyed relatively little success in Bavaria. Apart from being in two "Big Coalitions" with the People's Party in 1980 and 1990, they have stayed firmly sat on the opposition bench. Bavaria suffers from a rather fragmented left, and the Social Democrats have often only narrowly missed out on sliding into third spot. In the last election they took a meagre 20% of the vote, continuing their downwards slide in the polls, which has seen them lose 20% in the last 10 years.

The New Liberals (Die Neuen Liberalen or LIBERAL) are a centrist party established after the demise of the Free Democratic Party in 1985. Since their regrouping in 1985, they have enjoyed considerably higher election results, culminating in narrowly missing out on second spot to the SPB by 0.5% in 1995 under charismatic leader Max Stadler. They are a typical European centrist party, with a liberal and Pro-EU agenda.

The Green Party (Die Grüne Partei or GRÜN) is the main ecological party in Bavaria. In the wake of the Oil Crises, Chernobyl, and more recently Fukushima, they have enjoyed high support in comparison to other European ecological parties. They have consistently campaigned for increased use of solar power and a shutdown of nuclear power stations. They have never been in government and received their highest score of 15% of the vote in their first ever election in 1980.

The Communist Party of Bavaria (Die Kommunistische Partei Bayerns or KPB) were founded in 1945. As one of 3 parties standing in the 1945 election, they achieved 20,5% of the vote. Modeling themselves as the "Worker's Party" they consistently won over 10% of the vote until 1985, when they lost all but 8 of their seats in the parliament. They kept losing voters until the recent financial crisis, where the KPB adopted a clear anti-capitalist stance. Young voters have flocked to support the party, who are clearly enjoying a revival. They infamously tried to open Bavaria's border with the GDR in 1964, putting the Nachbarfreundschaftsgesetz before the parliament.

Fatherland (Vaterland or VL) are the dominant far-right party in Bavaria. They stand for anti-immigration, and "the protection of Bavaria's true people and their interests". They have drawn the obvious comparisons to the NSDAP, and are openly labelled as Neo-Nazis. They consistently win about 1-5% of the vote, with their popularity declining in the face of the Bavarian postwar "Wirtschaftswunder".

The Bavarian Pirate Party (Bayerische Piratenpartei or PIRATEN) are an up and coming political force. Making major gains in recent local elections (especially in the university towns of Munich, Augsburg and Bayreuth), they are widely expected to enter the national parliament at the next election in 2015. Similar to Pirate Parties across Europe, they campaign for free speech, internet freedom, and the abolishment of intellectual property. They are feeding off the success of Thepiratebay and Megaupload, campaigning for the rights of copyright violators.

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The Republic of Alyeska is a presidential republic located in the northwest extremity of North America. It was originally a Russian colony, sparsely inhabited by natives and Russian settlers. The discovery of gold in 1891 caused the migration of thousands of Russians, Chinese, Americans, and Canadians to the colony, eventually leading to an atmosphere of ethnic tension. During the Russian Civil War, American and Canadian immigrants launched a rebellion which was soon supported by both the American and British governments.

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American Confederation

After the Liberty War (9/11/2001-7/25/2005) Treaty of Kokomo between the United Islamic Socialist Empire alongside her allies and the United Federation of America and her allies came to the peace table. It restored the states of Michigan, Columbia(Washington DC area) Maryland, New York, Ohio(Northern) Illinois(Chicago corridor) Wisconsion, Minneasota to the UFA out of Islamic hands. Since the reconstruction of much of the Old Northwest territory of the United States and part of the East Coast, the American Confederay has been a multi-party Constuitional Republic.

Parties of The Right:

American Conservative Union Party:
A party from the pre-war era it was the party of government through the war. It heavily stressed a socially libertarian rightest view of politik. Outlawing abortion under the Ronald Reagan/Rev. Martin Luther King administration. Where it shows it's libertarian flair is in the states handling drug and marriage laws. Other famous figures in the party include Current President Ron Paul(ACU-PA) Congressmen Mike Pence(ACU-IN), Chris Daughtry(ACU-NC), Jack Kemp (ACU-NY) the Party of Jefferson, Madison, Coolidge, JFK, and Reagan
Also the party of Evangelical, Pentacostal, and other conservative Christian sects as well as many minorities.
Libertarian Party:
Also a pre-war party but has seen massive growth since the war. More socially liberal but very conservative regarding economic and foreign policy. Figures include Senator Gary Johnson (L-NM), Brian Schwicker (L-MT)

Republican Party:
Blamed for the cause of the Liberty War it has shrunk considerably but still has considerable clout. Many Northeastern rightists still keep to the party of Lincolin. Most High Church Christians and Mormans tend with their moderate stances.
Figures include Willard "Mitt Romney (R-MA), Richard Lugar (R-IN), Hillary Clinton (R-IL)

The parties of the Left:

Progressive Party:
The standard bearer of the center-left. After the Democrats dissolved in 1985 the Progressives have been trying to court the Republicans to merge with them and leave the right. They are trying to get abortion and gay marriage legalized throughout the country though with little success. Figures include Nancy Pelosi (P-CA), Rudy Guliani (P-NY), Michael Bloomburg (P-NY). The party of FDR and LBJ

Democratic Socialist Party:
Further to the Left of the Progressives you have this party. The youngest of the major parties include many (around 25 percent of minorities) that believe in Socialism and liberal social policies. Bernie Sanders, Barney Frank, and Andre Carson lead this new wave of the radical left. The Occupy Movemnet leans heavily in their direction.

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Major parties/guerrilla groups operating in the territory of the former United States:

Democratic Society Party - A self-proclaimed "Maoist-Marcuseist" communist outfit that, in its original form as a student organization, spearheaded the Revolution of 1970 against the fascist Birchite regime of Robert Welch. Less than two years after taking power, the DSP had organized a totalitarian party-state and initiated a radical process of reeducation modeled on the Cultural Revolution, in which anyone identified as a "pig" (a term which, like kulak in Stalinist times, had a constantly expanding definition) was sent to the Midwest for farm labor. Disputes over the ideological portion of the reeducation process led to a break between the DSP and its revolutionary partner, the Black Panther Party - not a wise move on the DSP's part, as the Black Panthers had provided most of the firepower. The secession of the People's Republic of New Afrika proved the catalyst for the collapse of DSP rule, although significant military support from China and North Korea means their militia (based in Ann Arbor, Michigan) has been able to cling on in the North, dependent on humanitarian aid to feed its subjects. General Secretary Lyndon LaRouche, who took power from Bill Ayers in a bloody internal coup in 1976, is considered a puppet of the Chinese.

Black Nationalist Party - The sole legal party in the internationally unrecognized People's Republic of New Afrika, the BNP describes itself as the successor to the Black Panther Party despite having emerged out of a purge of almost all original leaders of the BPP in the 1980s. Under the authoritarian leadership of Malik Zulu Shabazz, the BNP has dropped all references to communism or interracial brotherhood from its manifesto and instead describes itself as an Islamist party dedicated to "the destruction of the white race and its Zionist masters".

Christian Confederate Party - Essentially the political wing of the Ku Klux Klan, the CCP is the governing party of the Confederate States of Dixie. Under the presidency of David Duke, the nation has been locked in intermittent war with New Afrika, as each one claims the entirety of the other's territory. Duke is an open admirer of Hitler and has attempted to replicate the Nazi aesthetic, using the KKK as a sort of Southern SS to carry out both his genocidal policies and the repression of all dissent.

Aquarian Union of Souls - More of a religious cult than a political organization, these millenarian white-supremacist guerrillas operating in Northern California are noted for their slavish devotion to their leader Charles Manson. Manson is suspected to control his troops through the force-feeding of hallucinogens, and his hundreds of children make up a large portion of the AUS's army. The entire international community has quietly looked the other way at Birchite attempts to wipe the AUS out, although it is suspected that the DSP funnels weapons to the Aquarians in order to keep bleeding the Birchites dry.

John Birch Party
- The largest and most organized of the post-1970 factions, the JBP describes itself as a "defender of the principles of American and Christian civilization, as laid down by Jesus Christ, George Washington and Robert Welch". While officially condemning the CCP as traitors, the groups have formed an uneasy alliance against their common enemies. The JBP is said to rival North Korea in its apparatus of state censorship, the Decency and Loyalty Board, which, like the rest of its government, is based in the capital: Anaheim, Orange County.
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The Republic of Canada is a federal parliamentary democratic republic located to the north of the American Worker's Republic. Canadian politics drastically transformed as a result of waves of American anti-communist refugees who fled north during the Second American Civil War. Following the Red victory in the Civil War, the American refugees, who now made up almost half of Canada's population, sought permanent residential status. This was finally granted to them in 1949 by a Conservative majority government. The effect of this was a dramatic rightward political shift along with increased militarization and anti-Americanism. For the next twenty years, an odd coalition between American refugees, their descendants, and pro-Britain Tories formed behind the dominant Conservative Party. The hallmarks of this era were the crushing of labor unions, Quebec separatists, and other "communist sympathizers". A military draft was instituted and the nation sought to increase its nuclear arsenal in preparation for the inevitable American aggression. In 1970, when the British Prime Minister visited the AWR in an attempt to normalize relations and unite against the Soviet Union, protests were launched across Canada by American refugees and their descendants. The result was a nationwide referendum severing all ties with Great Britain which passed by a slim margin. The referendum succeeded, but it forever broke the Conservative coalition and turned the Republic into a genuine two-party state again. Several attempts have been made since to re-establish ties with the monarchy, but these have all failed due to opposition by American-Canadians and Quebecois. Recently, the process of liberalization has begun with several previously banned parties being allowed to run in elections, but the bitterness of 1970 still rings in the air.

The Conservative Party is a right-wing party supported almost uniformly by American-Canadians. It opposed all diplomatic relations with the American Worker's Republic, supporting the highest defense budget as a percent of GDP in the world. The party is also noted for its social conservatism, with it passing laws that make both abortion and homosexuality criminal offenses. Despite being its largest trading partner, the Conservative Party continues a policy of opposing all referendums to restore the monarchy on the grounds of Great Britain's diplomatic relationship with the AWR.

The Liberal Party is an umbrella opposition party, consisting of a coalition of political movements opposed to the Conservative Party and their policies. The Liberal Party supports the restoration of the monarchy and generally backs socially liberal policies. It gets most of its votes in the Prairie Provinces, British Columbia, and Quebec. The Liberal Party continues to oppose the military draft, despite it being written into the 1970 Canadian Constitution.

The Parti Québécois is a Quebec nationalist party and supports Quebec's secession from the Republic of Canada. The PQ has been gaining support recently after being legalized in 1998.

The Friendship Alliance is a center-left political party that supports normalizing relations with the AWR and an end to the militarization of Canada.
Union of North America

The UNA, also known as North America or simply "America," is the largest nation on earth, covering two-thirds of its eponymous continent. Founded on the principles of upon the principles of colonial unity expounded by Sir Benjamin Franklin, the Union was formed shortly after the Nine Years War by an act of Parliament controlled primarily by the Whigs, with whom King Frederick I had close personal and ideological connections. The nation is divided into 45 provinces, 4 territories, and one "Crown" territory, which covers the capital of Frederickton.

The nation is ruled through Parliament consisting of the popularly elected body known as the Grand Council, comprising of 735 members, and the appointed and now largely ceremonial House of Peers, which has 115 members.

The President-General acts as head of state for the Union, and is appointed by the Monarch upon recommendation of the Prime Minister. The P-G usually serves up to five years, but some have been reappointed to extended. The longest such serving P-G was Fred Rogers, a humanitarian and Presbyterian minister known for his characteristic carnigan sweaters. Rogers served from 1989 until his death in 2003.

The Prime Minister, elected by the Grand Council, serves as the Head of Government. He is usually selected by members of the majority party, and typically leads said party. The Prime Minister, upon the approval of the President-General, forms a government and assembles an executive level cabinet made up of MP's from the ruling party or coalition. His official residence is a townhouse at 29 Pitt Street in Frederickton.



The Progressive Party of America, usually shortened to "Progressives," is a centre-left to left party that was formed by a merger between the Labor, Granger, and United Progressive Parties in 1921. As it's name implies, the party holds to fairly social-democratic principles, combined with social liberalism, although it has moved to the center in recent years under the leadership of Andrew Cuomo.

Like their Labor counterparts in Britain, the Progressives eventually eclipsed the previous left-wing party, the American Liberals, who had steadily abandoned classical liberal policies for social liberal ones. However, the landslide loss of the Liberal Party to the right-wing Union Party in the 1910 general election caused many leftist to seek an alternative party. At that point, the left was splintered between the urban Labor Party, the rural Granger Party, and the academic United Progressive Party. Robert M. LaFollette of the UP, along with Labor's Eugene Debs and Grangers' William Jennings Bryan, united these parties to form the Progressive Party in Franklin, New Hanover (OTL Madison, Wisconsin).

The Party had trouble initially trying to challenge the Union Party's dominance in the 1920s during the ministry of Henry Cabot Lodge. However, the economic crash of 1930 lead to to a Progressive landslide under the leadership of Charles F. Williams*, who began to implement the foundations of the modern welfare state. Williams turned out to be a popular Prime Minister, serving for three, consecutive three-year terms. However, a tragic automobile accident in 1938 prevented him from seeking another term in 1939, and was succeeded by his Deputy Prime Minister Herbert Hoover. Hoover lacked Williams's charisma, and at times, came off as a buffoon. Although he was a truly brilliant politician behind the scenes, he could not inspire the public to support his agenda, which included fairly progressive policies, but also called for a rollback in some of his predecessor's programs. The Union party fell back to Opposition after a major Union Party victory in 1939.

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Liberty Party

Formed in 1959 shortly after the collapse of the Union Party, the Liberty Party, sometimes referred to as "Tories," is America's largest right-wing party. The party adheres to classical liberalism, with socially conservative tones. The Party prefers closer bonds with the Commonwealth, while maintaining autonomy at home. Its current leader, as well as Prime Minister, is Rick Santorum.

The Liberty Party splintered off from the Union Party in 1959 after the heavily contested election of "Red Tory" Nelson Rockefeller to the leadership. Sir Winston Churchill, an immigrant from Great Britain who settled in the American West during the early 20th century, had lead the party from the 1930's until 1954, and even then, enjoyed incredible influence and control. He managed to keep the Red Tories, which included Nelson Rockefeller, Harold Stassen, John Diefenbacker, and Thomas Dewey, and the Blue Tories, lead by Robert Taft, and eventually William F. Buckley, together. However, Churchill's death in 1958 left a leadership void, causing the party to come apart at the seams.

After being snubbed by the Union Party leadership by the selection of Harold Stassen, a Red Tory, to the Deputy Premiership, William F. Buckley, along with many likeminded MP's, left the Union Party to form the Liberty Party. Needless to say, this split allowed for a Progressive landslide in 1960.

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Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
William Pitt the Elder gets his way in the Seven Years War and launched a preemptive strike against Spain before the Bourbon Family Compact took hold. As a result, Cuba, The River Plate, and Cuba fell to Britain's attacks, prompting Spain to surrender and bringing France to the negotiating table with it. The Eight Year's War, as it was called, resulted in the British annexation of New France, Louisiana, the River plate, and the Philippines, the latter two being exchanged for Cuba. As a result, Pontiac's Rebellion is considered a final attempt by Paris to salvage the situation. The Northern Colonies, many of which had ambitions of expanding into territory held by Pontiac's forces, sent their militias to fight him. In 1767 the Revolt ended with Pontiac'd defeat in the Battle at Fort Pitt. This event butterflys the Proclamation of 1763. Also, the defense of British North America was placed in the hands of the Colonies, butterflying the Townshend, Molasses, and Sugar duties. The new borders of the Colonies were set up at the Philadelphia Convention in 1783. Pennsylvania's new southern border was an extension of the Mason/Dixon line, and its northern border was the 43rd Parallel. In 1795 the city recieved a leg-up when its rival New York was paralyzed by a Yellow Fever outbreak (the 1793 Philadelphia outbreak never happens) The Self-Governing Acts, part of the Great Reform Act of 1811, lead to the codification of the now-18 Colonies de facto self-government. Containing nearly the entirety of the OTL-Rust Belt except for those parts that are in New York, including its second city and largest metropolitan area, Mahnawaukie (OTL Milwaukee, taking the place of Chicago population-wise and Detroit as a center for the Automobile industry) the Commonwealth is the most left-leaning of all the British Union nations (a Commonwealth-cum-EU type organization). The Head of State of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is King George VII and the Prime Minister is Mary-Beth Keating.

Social Labour Alliance This party, founded in 1878, is the largest party by registration in Pennsylvania. Initially an alliance of trade unions, it later gained a large following among black immigrants from the Dominion of Carolina (the OTL Deep South). It first gained a majority in Pennsylvania's 750-member General Assembly in 1910, after the end of the First Emperor's War, largely due to the discrediting of the Conservative Party due to its supprt for that war, and its removal of "abolishing the Monarchy" from its platform.. Responsible for the passage of the State Pension Act in 1926, the establishment of the Commonwealth Health Service in 1938, at the end of the Second Emperor's War, and the Worker's Bill of Rights (a la FDR's Second Bill of Rights) in 1960, after the Third Emperor's War. The party is headed by Prime Minister Mary-Beth Keating (SLA, Olney North).

Liberal Party This party, founded in 1823, is a classical liberal party. It currently holds 253 sets in the GA. The Liberals and Social Labour both supported the Antitrust Ammendment of 1898, which gave the General Assembly the right to break up monopolies and trusts. The Liberal Party was in power when the First Emperor's War began. In the 1920s, however, it began to align itself with the interests of big business, supporting the Right to Work act of 1929 (ruled unconstitutional by the Commonwealth Court in 1961, having been nullified by the WBoR). In the Postbellum Era, it has become the party of deregulation, supporting the Greenwich Treaty in 1970 which lead to the British Free Trade Zone and the British Common Market. It also supported three separate moves to change Pennsylvania from the Pennsylvania Pound to the Pound Sterling, in 1970, 1983, and 1997. All of these attempts failed. It also supported a failed attempt to repeal the Banking Separation Act (essentially to OTL Glass-Stegal act) in 1990.

ConservativeParty Founded in 1820, this party was the party of the Establishment throughout most of the 19th Century. The Conservatives were the party of big business until the early 20th century, when the Liberals replaced them in that sense. In the Opposition in 1906 when the Kigali Incident sparked the First Emperor's War, they quickly joined the National Coalition, a move which discredited them in the eyes of voters after the end of that bloody and unpopular war. A series of bad leadership choices sealed their demise as a serious party, currently possessing 27 MGAs

Pennsylvania Independence Party This Angloskeptic party was founded in 1978. Part of their platform includes abolition of the Monarchy, withdrawal from the British Union, and Protectionism. They currently hold 34 seats in the GA.

Green Party The oldest such party in the Anglosphere, left-leaning party has represented the interests of the environment since 1965, when the Cuyahoga River caught fire in Erie (OTL Cleveland). Since then, they have been closely-aligned with Social Labour, currently in a coalition with them. They have 40 seats in the GA

Pennsylvania General Assembly:

The Majority
Social Labour: 396
Green Party: 40
Total: 436

The Loyal Opposition:
Liberal Party: 253
Conservative Party: 27
Pennsylvania Independence Party: 34
Total: 314

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Russian Empire:

POD: Alexander II's oldest son Nikolai survives and Alexander lives longer. So Russia transfer into constitutional monarchy end of 19th century and there not be revolution.

Liberal-Democratic Party:

One of oldest parties of Russia. Current leader is Vladimir Leonov. Liberal-Democrats support constitutional monarchy and de-centralized government. The party support low taxes and is pro-capitalist. The party support strong army too.

Social-Democratic Party:

One of oldest parties of Russia. It support strong parliament and want so weak tsar as possible. Social-Democrats supports de-centralized government and social welfare. It is clearly party of poor people and workers. Social-Democrats support progressive taxation and rights of minorities.

Agrarian Party:

Support farmers and it is economically and socially bit right. Agrarian Party support christian values. Agrarian Party favors centralized government.

Conservative Party:

Support strong tsar and Christian values. Favors centralized government.

Russian-Jewish Party:

Support rights of Russian Jewish and want found Jewish autonomous area. Willing make cooperation with all parties. That's why Russian-Jewish Party is usually on government.

Orthodox-Russian Party:

Orthodox-Russian Party is extremist right wing party. The party want convert all ciitizens of Russia as Orthodoxes and russificate all minorities. The party want restore for tsar his old absolutist status and make as parliament very weak. Orthodox-Russians want found Holy Council which could decide about many important things. Orthodox-Russians is only party of Russia which doesn't allow women as their members although even supreme court has decided that this rule is illegal. The party has never been on government.

Communist Party:

Communists want abolish monarchy and transfer Russia as republic. Ideological it is very marxist. Communist party is ready allow indepent for minorities if they want that.

Current parliament of Russia (800 seats):

Liberal-Democrats: 352
Social-Democrats: 202
Agrarian Party: 94
Conservatives: 87
Russian-Jewish: 52
Orthodox-Russians: 8
Communists: 5
The Republic of Deseret was created in 1869 after the Great American War, when the victorious British, French, and Confederate forces balkanized the United States of America to prevent it from becoming to powerful. It encompasses the entirety of what was Utah and Nevada Territory, as well as parts of Colorado, Idaho, and Arizona. While allowing for religous freedom, the LDS Church has held great political influence in Deseret since it's foundation.

People's Party:

A radical conservative party that is supported by most LDS Society, the People's Party platform is in lock-step with much of LDS Church Doctrine. It is in favor of illegalizing homosexuality, and places heavy taxes on "sinful" items, such as tobacco and liquor. It believes in very low taxes, and is in favor of a strong military.

Liberal Party:

Supported by non-Mormons and some more liberal Saints, the Liberal Party is the polar opposite of the People's Party. It believes in repealing the moralistic laws put in place by the People's Party, and pushes for raising taxes and cutting military spending. While it has never held a majority in national politics, it is very strong in certain regions of Deseret, which allowed the Transcontinental Railroad (sponsered by the Organization of American Statse) to have its main hub and junction in Ogden, a Liberal Party stronghold.

Christian Party of Deseret:

While the Christian Party has not had as much influence in Deseret politics as it has had in other O.A.S. members, the Christian Party's members are vocal and constantly on the radio, television, and in the papers with cries against the Mormons, and declaring that all those who vote for Mormon candidates are probably going to Hell. However, the Christian Parties platforms are very similar to the People's Party's...

Socialist Workers Party:

The Socialist Workers Party has run into the same problem as the Christian Party; while other regions of the O.A.S. embrace the Socialist doctrine, there are very few people that even give the Socialists a chance to be heard. However, a few regions have a noticeable Socialist leaning, though to have any power, the S.W.P. cooperates heavily with the Liberal Party.

Sons of Zion:

A radical Mormon party, which split off from the People's Party in 2004. Seeing what they believed to be a threat to Mormon power, the Sons of Zion wish to make a constitutional amendment designating the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints as the state religion. Several murders of liberal activists, homosexuals, and others who oppose their agenda have been attributed to the Sons of Zion. The party barely survived a Supreme Court vote on whether or not they should be considered a terrorist movement and thus not be allowed to run candidates, but when the President of the Mormon Church criticized the Sons of Zion, all but the most radical elements returned to more mainstream parties.

Current Congressional Division (of 102 seats):

People's Party: 52
Liberal Party: 45
Socialist Workers Party: 2
Sons of Zion: 2
Christian Party of Deseret: 1

Republic of California

The Left
Communist Reform Party - Formed in support of the 1967 Spanish Revolution, the Communist Reform Party was led by the counter culture activists. Though they never have participated in government, they have risen in popularity due to the opposition against the Baja Drug War.

Socialist Democratic Party - Formed in 1881, the Socialist Democratic Party gained in popularity after the decline of the old Union Labor Party in the early 1910s. At first a leftist alternative, attracting primarily Asian immigrants, the Socialist Democrats skyrocketed in popularity after the Recession of 1913. When the Great Depression began in 1925, Upton Sinclair was elected as the first Socialist Democratic Prime Minister. As Prime Minister, he enacted his EPIC program (End Poverty in California), which saw the government take over defunct farms and factories. They have not held a majority government since 1953, but have participated in numerous coalitions.

Progressive Party - The Progressive Party was formed in 1906 by MPs George Pardee and Hiram Johnson. At first a centrist party, the Progressives have steadily moved to the centre-left over the years. They are the largest party in the Chamber.

Green Party - The fastest growing party in California today, the Green Party focuses on environmental and social justice.

The Right
California Freedom Party - An isolationist and social conservative party, the California Freedomites usually only hold a few seats in parliament.

Justice Party - The second largest rightist party in California, the Justice Party was formed in 1964 by Ronald Reagan after anger against Prime Minister Warren's centrist positions leading the Progressive Conservatives.

Progressive Conservative Party - After the left-wing gained prominence during the Union Labor era, the Progressive Conservatives were formed to move California's conervatives to the centre-right. Prime Ministers include Earl Warren, Richard Nixon, and Pete Wilson.

Libertarian Party - Along with the Greens, the Libertarians are the fastest growing party in California. Supports liberalization of government and social values.

Chamber of Congress (650 seats)
Coalition Government (347)
Progressive Party - 294
Socialist Democratic Party -53

Opposition Parties (303)
Progressive Conservative Party - 213
Justice Party - 40
Communist Reform Party - 20
Green Party - 16
Libertarian Party - 13
California Freedom Party - 1
The Faroe Islands (Føroyar)
Part of the Danish Commonwealth
The Faroe Islands are an archipelago of 18 major islands approximated 655 kilometres off the coast of Northern Europe, and occupy the half-way position between Iceland and Norway. The 540 square-mile island chain has been under Danish jurisdiction since 1388, and Denmark continues to play a vital role in the country’s domestic and international affairs even after the creation of the Danish Commonwealth in 1948. The Commonwealth itself encompasses the series of Danish overseas territories and dominions – most significantly the Faroes, Greenland and former Danish Guinea. The relationship between the four territories of the Danish realm is largely one of a unitary nature but with significant powers over internal affairs being devolved to Greenland and the Faroe Islands. (Danish Guinea is an exceptional case as it was granted near-complete independence in 1958.) The Faroe Islands, however, have a tense relationship with their mother state – whilst being largely self-governing Denmark retains control of the military, police, justice, currency and foreign affairs. As a result, Faroese politics take place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democracy, whereby the Prime Minister is the head of a multi-party governmental system. The government exercises executive power, and legislation is divided between the ruling party and the Løgting (parliament). As already stated, the judiciary is independent of this and the responsibility of Denmark and as of October 25th, 2007, the Faroes became a single electoral district. Føroyar sends two delegates to the Danish Parliament (Folketing) each session. The political spectrum is split not only from left to right, but also for and against independence from the Kingdom of Denmark. The current ruling party is the Central Progress Party, and the current Prime Minister is Poul Michelsen.

Major Parties

Central Progress Party (Miđframburđsflokkurin):
The Central Progress Party (Miđframburđsflokkurin) is a Christian-democratic agrarian party which currently is the largest party resident in the Løgting. A conservative faction, the party is in favour of maintaining the status quo with Denmark, but in the election manifesto for 2011 pledged to hold a referendum on the issue which is predicted to be announced in 2013. The Centre Party (Miđflokkurin) was actually only founded in 1992, but merged with the declining Progress Party (Framburđsflokkurin) in 2000. In 2011, the party secured 26% of the popular vote, and this put it ahead of the Self-Government Party (Sjálvstýrisflokkurin). The party is one of two to send members of parliament to the Danish parliament, and it has established itself as a pro-European faction committed to further economic integration with the Faroese Nordic neighbours. Nevertheless, the party badly suffered during the economic crisis of the Eurozone and particularly for its views after Iceland’s collapse. Nevertheless, it has been elected to its first governmental role in 2011 with Poul Michelsen serving as the Faroese Prime Minister until the next election.

Self-Government Party (Sjálvstýrisflokkurin):
The Faroese Self-Government Party (Sjálvstýrisflokkurin) is a liberal political party, and one of the three major political factions that exist in the Løgting. The party traditionally was a supporter of greater autonomy for the Faroes within the Kingdom of Denmark and the Commonwealth as a whole, but in an alliance with other pro-independence parties prior to the 1998 election has become increasingly strong in its support of complete autonomy. Founded in 1909, before the issue of Faroese independence was a mainstream issue, the party almost fatally split in 1939 when the Fólkaflokkurin (Faroese Peoples’ Party) divided the group over land reform. Despite initial successes for the Peoples’ Party, the Sjálvstýrisflokkurin eventually regained its strength and during the 1960s formed its first majority government in the Løgting. Currently the second biggest party within the Faroes, the Self-Government Party is one of only two parties to send a representative to the Danish Parliament. Led by Karsten Hansen, the party is the second largest in the Faroese parliament and has enjoyed great success in recent elections after the European economic slump and the Faroese exit from the Eurozone. In 2011, the party secured approximately 23% of the popular vote and is the currently opposition to the first government of the Central Progress Party.

Social Democratic Party (Javnađarflokkurin):
The Social Democratic Party (Javnađarflokkurin) is a social liberal political party, and the most successful Faroese political party representing the ideological left having held the most governments of any Faroese political party. However, the party has suffered badly after following Denmark into the Eurozone and then leaving it. A pro-union party, it was founded in 1925 with the intent of increasing Faroese quality of life and promoting economic growth for the islands. Indeed, during its most recent period in office (prior to the Faroese economic crisis from Europe) the Javnađarflokkurin advocated the construction of large-scale projects such as the several undersea tunnels and road expansion. The party has merged with several factions from the Faroese left in its history, although has stayed away from clearly radical views as held by pro-Communistic factions (such as the Oyggjaframi) which were at their height during the Cold War. The party’s youth organization – Sosialistiskt Ungmannafelag – was founded in 1965 and has generated many of the current representatives within the Løgting. In 2011, the party managed 22% of the vote, and this was attributed to their handling of the economic crisis despite successes in domestic affairs and transport. A considerable percentage of the youth vote went to the up-and-coming neo-Communistic Faroese Socialists. Former Prime Minister Jógvan á Lakjuni is currently leading the party although challenges to this look increasingly likely within the next few months.

Minor Parties

Advancement for the Islands – Faroese Socialists (Oyggjaframi - Føroyskir Sosialistar):
The Faroese Socialists (Oyggjaframi - Føroyskir Sosialistar) are a far-left political organization that have been increasingly garnering the disaffected youth vote of the Faroes. Founded by students in 1962 in response to current economic woes, the party was initially linked to the Javnađarflokkurin but tensions rose as the Socialists grew more radical. The party is strongly linked to the independence movement, and whilst still a fairly minor factor in the region, being the fourth largest party in government, they struggle for the creation of a Faroese socialist republic. Anti-NATO and anti-American, the party was highly controversial during the Cold War but now seems to be emerging for its traditional taboo and actually appeals to an increasingly proportion of the electorate. In 2011, the party gained an impressive 12% of the vote and were influential in the collapse in confidence of Jógvan á Lakjuni’s government after the economic crash.

Union Party (Sambandsflokkurin):
A former bulwark ofFaroese politics, the Union Party (Sambandsflokkurin) was a conservative liberal and Nordic-agrarian political party which dominated Faroese politics until the 1960s. Wanting to maintain union with Denmark, the party found itself increasingly dominated by the more distinctive Self-Government Party (Sjálvstýrisflokkurin) and were overtaken in 1960 by them. Despite this, however, the Faroes remain in union with Denmark after the failed 1961 referendum hosted restored faith in the Commonwealth. Nevertheless, it was too late for the party. Sjálvstýrisflokkurin continued their dominance even out of office, and whilst unifying with the Sambandsflokkurin during the troubles of the early 1990s when the left was in office, the party has continued to slump. In 2011, it garnered a measly 9% of the vote.

Faroese Communist Party (Kommunistiski flokkur Føroyar):
A former bulwark ofFaroese politics, the Faroese Communist Party (Kommunistiski flokkur Føroyar) is a surprisingly popular far-left group which was founded in 1974 to protest against the NATO presence in the North Atlantic, as well as to advocate the creation of an independent Faroese military. It gained 4% of votes in 2011, which was enough to grant it a single seat in the Løgting. However, there has been controversial talk by the major parties to ban the group for fear of political radicalism in the wake of the recession. Despite their concern, however, the majority of support has been migrating to the Faroese Socialists – even from the Communists.

Fisherman’s Ally Party (Fiskersallieredeflokkurin):
An unusual party that secured the remaining 4% of the vote in the 2011 election was the group known as the Fisherman’s Ally Party (Fiskersallieredeflokkurin). Founded after the collapse of the Faroese fishing industry in the early 1990s, the party rapidly declined in popularity since then, and has only managed to recover by a few thousand votes each election since 1994. It calls for the deregulation of fishing in the North Atlantic, Faroese exit from the European Union and, most controversially, a complete resumption of all-species whale hunting. (It is significant to note that the Faroe Islands do not possess a green or pro-environmental political party and that most for the Fisherman’s Allies come from pro-whalers.)

Funny Party (Stuttligi Flokkurin):
The Funny Party (Stuttligi Flokkurin) is, perhaps unsurprisingly, a joke political faction that secured only a few hundred votes in the 2011 election. Founded by the current leader Johan Dalsgaard, the party is based around political satire and was inspired by a similar stunt by Jacob Haugaard in the Danish parliament. Ridiculed by the political majority, the party was once stated to be Jógvan á Lakjuni’s “most annoying Faroese pest”.
The United States of North America

With all of North America, from the top of Central America to the most Northern part, it is all one country. Being one of the few democracies in the world, it finds itself with four different parties on the national scale, not counting the numerous smaller parties on the local level to support much smaller interest groups.

Congress Size: 750 Seats

Major Parties

The Green Socialist Party: A radical left party, with everything from Syndicalists and radical environmentalists to disgruntled Progressives, it has been elected with a majority three times, and also forms a major part of any government. Among other things, it is response for instituting Universal Healthcare, the nationalization of parts of the military industry, and a carbon tax that has caused one of the lowest pollution rates worldwide. It primarily gains its votes from the poor stratas of society, and the intellectual vote, but has also gained the votes of many female voters who feel the Progressive Party hasn't supported them.

The Progressive-Liberal Party: A center party that supports a state with minimal intervention in the economy. Besides Universal Healthcare, and certain ecological taxes, it has sought to liberalize the economy, gaining it the ire of its former supporters. It has however kept its social goals intact, and through this, is able to gain votes from the Middle Class, as well as the more left leaning rich. Additionally, small businesses typically support the party come election time, allowing it a healthy war chest frequently.

The Conservative Party: A Centre-Right party that gains many votes from rural areas, and from big businesses. While having the largest funding, it finds itself with a tiny minority in most governments, having only head the government when it was a protectionist party, a policy choice beginning to return.

The Patriot Party: A radical right party that is usually a minority, but has headed the government before. Gaining votes primarily from the right wing of the poor strata, elements of the middle class, and some of the rich, it rarely gets into power from its extreme views. Supporting massive military spending, a corporatist economic structure, tough anti-immigration laws, but still supports gender equality from the important part it serves in the history of the USNA.
The Republic of Palestine is a unitary multinational workers' republic formed in 1949, following a period of protracted political conflict between revolutionary and establishment forces. The period of intercine conflict gave way to a brief civil war, called "the war of independence" in the Republic, following an end to the Franco-British administered Mandate for Palestine.

The Republic of Palestine de jure consists of all of Cisjordanian Palestine, though the nation currently occupies the Sinai as well as important points on the East Bank of the River Jordan. The Republic, and its counterpart in Transjordanian Palestine, the Hashemite Kingdom of Palestine, are still in a de jure state of war, having ever signed a peace treaty after the initial conflict.

Politically, the republic has a government of the matryoshka model. While in theory the All-Palestine Congress of Soviets holds all political power, the day to day operations of the government are delegated to the unitary Central Executive Assembly.

Since independence, the ruling Democratic Liberation Front of Palestine has been hegemonic, losing power only once in 1959, when the Palestine Communist Party quit the Front after the government collaborated with the Franco-British Union to topple an albeit hostile left-wing nationalist regime in Egypt.

Major Parties/political organizations

The Democratic Liberation Front of Palestine

- Mapai
(Workers Party of Eretz Yisreal): Labor Zionist/Marxist political party, and codominant member of the DLFP with it's Arab member counterpart...
- Ba'ath (Arab Socialist Renaissance Party): Marxist-Ba'athist/left-wing nationalist party. Co-leader of the DLFP.
- Mapam (United Workers Party): Marxist-DeLeonist group, officially a multi-national political party but in practice its membership is predominantly Jewish.
- WIZO (Women's International Zionist Organization): Feminist mobilization organization, active in the socialization of domestic labor. In spite of its name, it organizes both Jewish and Arab women.
- Histadrut (General Federation of Laborers): Syndicalist trade union with considerable political independence in the Front.

The Opposition
- Palestine Communist Party: Former member of ruling front, the left communist/DeLeonist PCP left the front to oppose the increasingly opportunistic and nationalist foreign policy of the ruling party. Members opposed to the move formed Mapam and rejoined the front.
- Islamic Democrats: Moderate religious and Arab nationalist political party, modeled after European Christian democratic parties. Has a strong socialist streak on economic matter. The party does not endorse Islam specifically anymore, having broadened its platform to include all of the People of the Book in its electorate, and has a sizeable Christian Arab contingent.
- General Zionists: Social liberal Zionist party, though the group has also absorbed several Orthodox Jewish organizations. The group promotes liberal pluralism as its unifying value, though conservative Orthodox Jews make strange bedfellows with liberal intellectuals.

Major proscribed groups
- Herut (lit. "Freedom"): Revisionist Zionist group. Denounced as fascist pretty universally, as an organization dedicated to the violent overthrow of the Republic of Palestine and the establishment of an ethnicly Jewish state, membership in this party/paramilitary group is considered seditious and punishable by hard labor.
- Arab Higher Committee: The remnants of the former Grand Mufti of Jerusalem's organization, overthrown for their role as collaborators in the Nazi occupation of the country in the Second World War. They consider themselves the authentic Arab nationalist resistance in Palestine, and are clandestinely propped up by the Hashemites.