List Political Parties of Alternate Countries

In my opinion, in the first half of the twentieth century it will be more of a faction in the Communist Party, which can then stand out.
In my TL, the ultra-left International Communists don't join the KPD in the first place like OTL, so they remain separate throughout the revolution and civil war.
 
Political Parties of the Federal People’s Republic of New Afrika
Population: 68,445,882 (2042)

People’s Front for the Defence of the Revolution
United Panther Movement of New Afrika

Ideology: Marxism-Leninism, Pantherism, New Afrikan Decolonial Nationalism(NAfriDecoNat), “New Path to Communism”

History: Developed out of the Black Panther Party of New Afrika in the 2020s subsuming many other organisations in the deep south that sought to uphold the legacy of the original BPP. The UPPNA led the colonised people in the Long Revolution of 2027-2031, beginning from their “Liberated Zone” of Jackson, Mississippi, renamed the Free City of Newton they fought a protracted people’s war throughout what would become the FPRNA. During this struggle they developed the 3 theories that would define the FPRNA: Pantherism, New Afrikan Decolonial Nationalism, and the New Path to Communism. Pantherism was the collection of the writings of Angela Y. Davis, George Jackson, Huey P. Newton, Assata Shakur, and others, into a coherent theory. Its main ideas are those of intercommunalism, abolitionism, and black queer-feminism. NAfriDecoNat posits that New Afrika is a unique nation on earth as it is a nation of formerly colonised peoples and is thus closer to a confederation of peoples, it also holds that the injustices of colonialism must be set right for communism to be achieved so seeks to facilitate the return of native people to their land. Finally, “New Path to Communism” claims that due to its origins New Afrika has a unique path to communism that must utilise co-operative enterprises to develop productive forces in New Afrika before communism can be fully established.

Membership: 18,257,842

Seats in the People’s Congress: 763/1200

African People’s Islamic Movement
Ideology: Sunni Islam, Black Identity, Socialism, NAfriDecoNat, “New Path to Communism”

History: An organised Sunni movement that began in the late 2020s as a split from the NOI that sought to uphold Islam more properly and to be far less anti-Semitic. They are inspired by the work of Malcolm X, especially in his later life. They are also black nationalist and through the Protracted Peoples’ War they worked in concert with the UPMNA to provide for and protect their communities. Their members are often very identifiable by their black suits, white shirts, and green bowties.

Membership: 7,955,348

Seats in the People’s Congress: 224/1200

Red People’s Movement
Ideology: American Indian Interests, Indian Return, NAfriDecoNat, “New Path to Communism”

History: A party created to represent the interests of American Indians, and to work towards their resettlement in their homelands. They formed in the early 2020s to protect native land rights, and whilst not explicitly socialist quickly allied themselves with the UPMNA. They form an integral part of NAfriDecoNat policy that seeks to return stewardship of the land to its native people and develop the land in concert with other formerly colonized people.

Membership: 268,386

Seats in the People’s Congress: 68/1200

Farm Worker’s League of New Afrika
Ideology: Farm Worker’s Interests, NAfriDecoNat, Socialism, “New Path to Communism”

History: Formed in the early 2020s to represent the interests of, mostly Black and Latino, farm workers. They carried out land seizures during the Protracted Peoples’ War and were instrumental in the collectivization of agriculture in New Afrika.

Membership: 167,320

Seats in the People’s Congress: 34/1200

Co-operative Alliance of New Afrika

Ideology: Co-operative Interests, NAfriDecoNat, Socialism, “New Path to Communism”

History: Formed out of Co-operation Jackson to fight for the expansion of urban co-operatives. Independent co-operatives now make up about 30% of the economy in New Afrika with rest being nationalised. Working at a co-operative does not automatically make one a member of the CANA, in fact less than 1% of employees actually join.

Membership: 80,605

Seats in the People’s Congress: 21/1200

Scientific Democracy Forum
Ideology: Academic Interests, NAfriDecoNat, Socialism, “New Path to Communism”

History: An organization of predominantly black academics that came together in 2032 after the Revolution to work towards revolutionary theory and to represent the interest of academics. From day one they have formed an integral part of the fight against climate change in New Afrika.

Membership: 16,721

Seats in the People’s Congress: 18/1200

Revolutionary Committee of the National Congress of New Afrika
Ideology: Socialism, NAfriDecoNat, “New Path to Communism”

History: The remnants of the National Congress of New Afrika that lost the internal civil war towards the end of the Long Revolution in 2031. Historically the NCNA sought to establish a capitalist Black nationalist state in the deep south, nowadays however they function more as a representative of Black cultural movements and organisations like artist collectives.

Membership: 12,793

Seats in the People’s Congress: 15/1200

Independents
Seats in the People’s Congress: 57/1200

Prominent Illegal Parties and Organisations
Maoist Communist Party of New Afrika
Ideology: Marxism-Leninism-Maoism

History: Initially fought alongside the UPMNA in the Protracted Peoples’ War and were at one point a well-respected ally, since the end of the war however they have split from the PFDR and continued the “revolutionary struggle”

Membership: 2,000~

Nation of Islam
Ideology: Black Nationalism, Islam, Anti-Semitism

History: At one point a leader in the black liberation struggle, through the 2020s they failed to re-establish themselves as leaders in the movement and fell into anti-Semitic conspiracism.

Membership: 1,000~

National Congress of New Afrika
Ideology: Black Nationalism, Capitalism

History: In the early 2020s they were the largest and most well organised black nationalist organisation, however their adherence to capitalism eventually soured their relationship with the people leading to their overthrow by the UPMNA. They still claim to be the legitimate government of New Afrika and have large membership in the New Afrikan diaspora in the Caribbean.

Membership: 1,500~ (In NA), 150,000~ (In diaspora)

Allied Sons of Dixie
Ideology: Capitalism, Confederate Restorationism, Colonialism, White Nationalism

History: A fairly simple confederate restorationist group from the early 20s, they are still a nuisance in some of the rural areas of what was once Alabama.

Membership: 400~

The 5th Ku Klux Klan
Ideology: Fascism, White Nationalism, Confederate Restorationism

History: Arguably the most terrifying illegal organisation in New Afrika, responsible for hundreds of deaths in various terrorist attacks throughout the country. They receive millions in support from racist expats who wish to see the “black socialist threat” eliminated.

Membership: 700~
 
Kingdom of the Himalayas
(OTL Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, Arunachal, Kumaon, Himanchal)
-In 1868 after years of isolation a political marriage between the Prince of Nepal, and Princess of Bhutan makes a union between the two countries uniting the two countries into the Kingdom of the Himalayas. The Purchase of Sikkim in 1891 from Britain allowed the nation to become contiguous. In 1895, the first constitution was written for the nation. In WW1, Himalaya sent around 80,000 troops to fight, most of which fought in Africa against the German East African troops. Around 15,000 troops took part in the Mesopotamian Campaign as well. In WW2, for two years, Himalaya sent around 25,000 Troops to North Africa to fight against the Afrika Corps, and sent pilots to fight in the Battle of Britain against Germany. When Japan entered the war, around 250,000 Himalayan troops took part in the South East Asian Front, and the Himalayan troops were credited with the successful defense of Burma and the British Invasion of Thailand and Japanese Occupied Indochina which was a success with Japan being kicked out of Indochina and Malaya by early 1945.In 1968, King Garuda II of Himalaya voluntarily gave up the last executive powers of the monarch and Himalaya remains a Constitutional Monarchy today.

Socialist Party of Himalaya (SPH) - (15% popular vote) (75/500 seats in the House of Commons)(15 seats in Federal National Assembly)
Leader: K.P. Sharma Oli
The SPH Party calls for the country to look after the tenets of socialism and implement a full welfare state in the Kingdom of the Himalayas. The SPH had once been the bastion of republicanism in Himalaya, however the idea itself was very unrealistic and not popular, and eventually the SPH would drop their republican tenet and formed itself to become more like the British Labour Party.

Royalist Vanguard Party of Himalaya (RVPH) (53% popular vote) (265 seats in House of Commons) (53 seats in Federal National Assembly)
Leader: Jigme Dorji
The RVPH is the oldest party in Himalaya established in 1897. It is a monarchist, royalist, centrist, conservative-liberal and economically liberal party. They encourage the militarism of Himalaya so much so that Himalaya has earned the nickname 'The Israel of South Asia'. It is the current ruling party of Himalaya


Green Party of Himalaya (GPH) (21% popular vote) (105 seats in House of Commons)(21 seats in Federal National Assembly)
Leader: Rabindra Mishra
The GPH was formed in 1969 to fight against the global warming. It advocates for making Himalaya a home of nature. They are fairly popular and have engaged in coalition with the RVPH multiple times. They are still in coalition with RVPH currently.


Social Democratic Party of Himalaya (SDPH) (10% popular vote) (50 seats in House of Commons) (10 seats in Federal National Assembly)
Leader: Gobchang Dorji Bista
The Second Oldest political party of Himalaya and once one of the most prominent parties of Himalaya their fumbled handling of the SARS pandemic left them out of power. This party is a center-left party and focuses on social economic sectors above all.


House of Commons of the Kingdom of Himalaya:-
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Federal National Assembly of the Kingdom of Nepal:-
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Alaskan Republic

Alaska was kept by the Russians but gained its independence In 1919.

The country has been run by several parties over the year with the Alaskan party now being the dominant one,

Alaskan Party (аляскинская вечеринка):
Ideology: Alaskan Independence, centrism, conservatism
Political position: Centre-Centre Right
Leader: Lisa Murkowski
Chamber of Delegates: 42/80


American Unity Party (партия американского единства):
Ideology: American Unionism, conservatism, liberatarianism
Political Position: Centre Right-Right Wing
Leader: Joe Miller
Chamber of Delegates: 17/80


Social Democratic Party (социал-демократическая партия):
Ideology: Social Democracy
Political Polsition: Centre Left
Leader: Mark Begich
Chamber of Delegates: 15/80


Native Alaskan Party (родная аляскинская вечеринка):
Ideology: Alaskan Independence, Native Rights
Political Position. Centre Left-Centre Right
Leader: Byron Mallott
Chamber of Delegates: 4/80

Green Party of Alaska (зеленая вечеринка аляски):
Ideology: Green Politics, Socialism
Political Position: Left Wing
Leader: Collective Leadership
Chamber of Delegates: 1/80

Independent Politicians (независимые политики):
Chamber of Delegates: 1/80

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Kingdom of Vinland

- Vinland succeeds, elective monarchy with the Thing ensues.

Vinnish Social Conservative Party (Vinnish Samfylkingin)
(41% of popular vote) (267 seats in House of Commons) (82 seats in the Chamber of Jarls)

Leader: Magnus Arhaldsson
Stance: Center-Left, Centrist
Ideology: Conservatism, Vinnish Nationalism, Social Democracy
Status: Ruling Party

Vinnish Liberal Party (Vinnish Frjálslyndi flokkurinn)
(27% of popular vote) (175 seats in House of Commons)(54 seats in the Chamber of Jarls)

Leader: Einar Helgasson
Stance: Center.
Ideology: Liberalism, Progressiveness, Economically Protectionist
Status: Opposition Party


Vinnish Nationalistic Party (Þjóðernisflokkurinn Vinnish)
(21% of popular vote) (136 seats in House of Commons)(42 seats in the Chamber of Jarls)

Leader: Olafur Grimmson
Stance: Center-Right, Nationalism
Ideology: Vinnish Nationalism, Pragmaticism, Liberal-Conservativeness, Economically Free Traders
Status: Third Party


Vinnish Green Party (Græni flokkurinn)
(9% of Popular Vote) (58 seats in House of Commons) (18 seats in Chamber of Jarls)

Leader: Collective Leadership
Stance: Center-Left, Left
Ideology: Green politics, green-nationalism
Status: In Coalition with the
Vinnish Social Conservative Party

Vinnish House of Commons:-
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Vinnish Chamber of Jarls:-
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This is a "party" in the sense of a festive event, a friendly company. In a political sense, the correct translation is "partiya"

Rather - "Partiya Korennykh Zhiteley Alyaski / Partiya Indeytsev Alyaski"
I just plugged in into google translate so apologies.
 
Political Parties of the Republic of Odisha

Major Parties:

Socialist National Congress

The SNC ruled Odisha for the first thirty years of its existence almost uncontested. In this period, it pursued policies not too different from what Nehru followed in neighboring India, a consensus of Soviet-style planned economics with heavy spending and maximum taxation while respecting private property, blurring the line between capitalism and socialism. Although progress in this period was glacially slow, it was a marked improvement over the previous colonial administration. Odisha being an agrarian country, state-sponsored industrialization was financed by severe price controls and taxes upon agriculture. Unfortunately, these policies led to a famine in 1966. The government was quick to react, but at this point did not have enough hard currency reserves to source imports. In the following elections, it was defeated in a landslide, slipping to third place. It remained weak for the rest of GP's long reign, re-inventing itself as a third-way social democratic organization calling for welfare and re-distribution of wealth. When the GP eventually lost its majority, SNC emerged as the main center-left party, representing the urban poor and working class.

Ganatantra Parishad/Democratic Assembly
The GP was formed by ex-princes and big landlords to represent their interests in the parliament. With support from tribal minorities loyal to their kings, the GP managed a decent third place in the parliament. It got its big break after the 1966 famine, where it was the only party that criticized the heavy agricultural taxes, winning a massive landslide in the polls next year. After winning power, it immediately ended price controls and taxes on agriculture, greatly easing the situation. Although the subsequent relief left much to be desired, relying primarily on Western aid than government spending, the GP had for all intents and purposes prevented mass starvation. Following this, it executed ambitious economic reforms, leading to rapid growth and industrialization along with other East Asian states. However, it kept considerable amount of cronyism within the system, allowing party members to become obscenely wealthy. This would eventually cost the GP its majority, forcing it to form a coalition with Swatantrata and purging corruption. Today it is the main center-right Conservative party, representing the countryside, tribal minorities and business interests.

Communist Party
The oldest party in the country, the Communists are always the bridesmaid never the bride, acting as the main opposition under both SNC's and GP's thirty year reigns. After the fall of the Soviet Union, the Communists moderated their stance to become "Democratic Socialists", while keeping their name and organisation. They have been in the government only twice, both times as junior partners to the SNC, although the coalitions never lasted longer than three years. Have large support from trade unions and labourers.

Swatantrata Party/Liberty Party
The Swatantra party represents the rapidly growing urban middle class and the new entrepreneurial class, presenting itself as the authentic Classical Liberal party. It focuses on anti-corruption, free markets and social liberalism. It was instrumental in the second round of market reforms after the Asian crisis, as it forced the GP to increase government transparency, end cronyism and further liberate the markets. It has proved to be a reliable partner to the GP, despite several differences (the SP is socially liberal, while the GP is not; the SP despises government meddling while the GP is more interventionist). The party does have a section advocating for more welfare, although even they support a free market to pay for expenses.

Minor Parties:

Hindu Mahasabha/Hindu Council

A fringe far-right Hindu-nationalist party that advocates for making Odisha a Hindu state. Has little support given the fact that religion is not a political issue in Odisha.

Jharkhand Party
A minor regional party that exists near the border with Bihar and wishes to join the Jharkhand autonomous region in that country. Complicated by the fact that Jharkhandis make up only about 40-60% of the population in the region and most prefer to vote for the GP anyways.
 
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Independent Kingdom of London:

Workers' Alliance:

Centre-left, moderately statist on economics and socially liberal (with a minority conservative faction). Despite the name, its support has become more middle-class in recent years, with significant declines in its East End support. Moved in a more 'modernising' direction under the 1990s leadership of Harriet Harman. Currently led by Stephen Pound.

Party of the Kingdom:

The main centre-right conservative party. Popular with white professionals and certain minority communities. The 'natural party of government', despite seemingly unfavourable demographic changes, due to its ability to constantly win key 'swing' areas such as Wandsworth and Harrow. Current leader is Greg Hands.

Radical Party:

Another party with a somewhat ironic name. Centrist, with left-leaning and right-leaning tendencies. Popular with the more liberal-minded middle-classes. Polls notably poorly with BAME voters. Often in coalition due to the Kingdom's proportionally representative electoral system. Current leader is Sarah Olney.

Socialist Party:

Despite the tamer name, the Socialist Party is much more radical than the Workers' Alliance. Strong amongst traditional working-class communities and some of the intellectual wealthy. Their main role in recent years has been to push Workers' Alliance governments to the left as a minority coalition partner. Current leader is John McDonnell.

Freedom Party:

Hard right, protectionist on economics (with a small number of Austrian School types), staunchly conservative on social issues and law-and-order. Yet to reach the 5% threshold required for seats, but they have managed to break 10% in the likes of Havering. Current leader is Andrew Rosindell.
 
Political Parties of the Russian Empire:

Major Parties:


Constitutional Democratic Party (Kadets):
Oldest independently acting political party in the Russian Empire. Founded in 1905. Is a fairly centrist party, being center left in social matters while center right in economic ones. Often seen as the natural party of government. Is a merger of the original Kadets, Progressive Party and the Union of October 17. Thought it has not always been the government. Currently the second largest party.

United Front:
A Grand Coalition of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party, Socialist-Revolutionary Party, Trudoviks and the Jewish Labor Bund. Founded in 2006. Currently leads an unstable government as the War in Congo against the Chenist (close to OTL Trotskyist ideologically, main ideology of PRC equivalent) Terror is getting quite unpopular (along with being associated with the Chenists).

Rodina:
Successor to the Union of the Russian People. The current "mainstream" right wing conservative Russian nationalist party. The smallest major party, smaller than some of the individual member parties in the United Front. Claims to be not Neo-Actionist.

Minor Parties:

Union of Russian Muslims:
A fairly old party. Quite similar to Kadets but also does Muslim minority rights advocacy. Somewhat dominated by Volga Tatars but fairly popular in Caucasia, Crimea and Kazakhstan as well. Generally an easy coalition partner for the Kadets but has histories of coalitions with Trudoviks as well.

Pan-Turkic Party-Kazakh Section:
Operates in the Autonomous Viceroyalty of Kazakhstan. Fairly successful but not exactly popular (about 30% of the votes). There are factions of it advocating independence and other factions advocate joining the Federation of Turkestan.

Pan-Turkic Party-Crimean Section:
Operates in the Crimean Guberniya. Advocates for the independence of Crimea under the Crimean Tatars. (About 40% of the population not all of which support the party). Get about 10% of the votes from Crimea.

Polish National Party:
Operates in the western ares of the Belarusian and Ukrainian Viceroyalities. Advocates joining the Kingdom of Poland. Actually not supported by the Polish government. Pretty popular with the Polish population but has no support from non-Polish population.

Ukrainian Peoples Party:
Advocates for Ukrainian independence. Generally in favor of keeping the Tsar but has republican or pro-local monarchy factions too. Somewhat successful but not expected to get independence.

Parties that are parts of the United Front:

Russian Social Democratic Labor Party:
Originally founded in 1898. Split up in 1912 into the Bolsheviks and Mensheviks. Both banned in 1928. Legalized and refounded in 1990. One of the economically farthest left parties in the front. Socially conservative by socialist standards (aka fairly centrist). One of the Big 3 in the Front. Leans full socialist.

Socialist Revolutionary Party:
The other very far left party. Also somewhat of a Green Party, being environmentalist and agrarian-socialist. Was founded in 1900. Was also banned in 1928. Similarly refounded (mostly by discontent Trudoviks) in 1990. One of the Big 3 in the Front. Leans democratic-socialist.

Trudoviks (Labor Group):
Split from the SRs in 1906. Survived the Red Scare in the 1920s and 1930s. Continued as the main center-left party of the Russian Empire during the existence of the Britannic Union (Soviets, basically). One of the Big 3 in the Front. Leans social-democrat.

Jewish Labor Bund:
Founded in 1897. An ethnic Jewish socialist party. Survived the Red Scare but a Union of the Russian People dominated government in the 50s led to the Bund removing "Labor" from the name and going non-ideological Jewish rights advocacy. Restored their old name and their socialism in the 80s (during a Trudovik-Bund coalition government). Fairly center-left .

Banned Parties:

Workers Liberation Party:
The Chenist political party. Has a paramilitary wing. Does some violence. Close to getting declared a terrorist organisation.

National Action:
Actionist (basically Fascist) party. Russian Orthodox fundamentalist. Quite anti-Semitic. Also somewhat militant but more of a gang than an actual paramilitary.


From this universe:
Maps:
Partition of Laos
WW1 and WW2
WW1 and WW2, earlier version with small write up
WW2 ATL-1-1
WW2 ATL-1-2
WW2 ATL-2
WW1 ATL-1
International Concord
Human Development Index
Forms of Government
(Older map) Nuclear Powers, with nuclear umbrellas
Democratic Index
PSA/Pacific Federation/California Elections
USA Elections
USSA/ASF Elections
Territorial Evolution of Malaysia(-Pacifica) (with CoA sketches and notes)

Flags:
3 Malaysian blue ensigns (Ones with supporters canon)
Ensign of the Britannic Revolutionary Navy
Updated East South Sudan, Socialist Australia, Socialist New Zealand
Malaysian and Pacifican Blue Ensigns
South Sudanese Flags (one retconned)
Latest Flags of USSA and ASF
Flag of the International Concord
Rio de la Platan and Sudamerican Flags
Second Flag of Pacific Federation
PSA Flags (Pacific Federation Flag retconned)
Algerian Flag (the bottom one)
Flag of Ghana (the bottom one)

Non-Map and Non-Flag Graphics:
Britannic Union Air Force Roundel
West French, Ottoman and Russian Roundels
Istanbul Pact Roundels
South Africa, Malaysia(-Pacifica), New England Roundels
PSA/Pacific Federation/California Roundels
Ghana Roundel
Warspite, under Britannic command, bombing the French
Coat of Arms of the Dominion of Pacifica (shark outdated)
Coat of Arms of the Dominion of Malaysia-Pacifica (1992-2008)
Malaysian CoAs, a blue ensign for Malaysia

Text:
Commonwealth Roundels
List of the Leaders of Britannic Union (political parties and leaders mentioned in note 7 can be disregarded) (I said can be disregarded but might as well consider it retconned)
List of the Presidents of USSA/ASF (partially retconned check map for updated version)
List of the Presidents of USA
List of the Presidents of PSA/Pacific Federation/California
IC Great Powers
Notes and Ideas
Socialist Symbols ITTL
Monarchies and the titles of their rulers
History Exam: Japan from WW2 to 1970
Misconception of USSA Dictatorship
 
How about an independent Nevada or Nebraska?

Political Parties of the Free State of Nevada

Nevada Party:
The dominant party of the country, dedicated to keeping the roulette wheels rolling and the money flowing by any means possible. Some have alleged that these means include paying off or otherwise removing people who get in the way of the business interests that run the state.

Nevada Democratic Party: Predominantly Mormon in membership, this party emphasizes good government and soft social conservativism. They are quite popular in the northern part of the state, but gerrymandering prevents them from ever taking a legislative majority.

Independent Nevadan Party: A right-wing, explicitly Christian party dedicated to small government and reestablishing the state along biblical principals. As these principals would eliminate a substantial chunk of the state's economy, the INP is wildly unpopular. Their only chance at electoral success is an alliance with the NDP, but they consider Mormons heretics, so that is unlikely to ever happen, ensuring the Nevada Party's continued hold on power.

Worker's Party of Nevada: This party is quite popular lower classes, including both the tourism-industry workers of the Las Vegas area and the miners and manufacturing workers of the state's north. The Nevada Party tends to portray them as Communists, although their actual platform is closer to the social democratic parties of Europe and the Western Seaboard.

Raza Unida Party of Nevada: A leftist party focused on Latino interests. Often accused of siphoning votes from the Worker's party, they have been successful in establishing bilingual education programs and preventing the immigration restrictions championed by the INP.
 
Federal Political Parties of Canada (of the TheMann Universe)
(Leaders accurate as of September 9, 2020)

Liberal Party of Canada
Leader: Justin Trudeau (MP for Papineau, Quebec)
Politica
Policy Views: The Liberal Party stakes out the middle-left of the Canadian political spectrum, much more pro-business than the Social Democratic-leaning Progressive Party, proudly left-wing on social issues and has the largest parliamentary contingent among Canada's First Nations and Quebecois populations and thus tends to be the most supportive of their positions. The government for much of Canada's history until the 1970s, the party has been locked in a struggle with the Conservative and Progressive parties for the leadership of the Canadian government since the three-party system of Canada's major parties was broken by the Reform Party in 1993 and the Green Party four years later, and the Liberals tend to be ones who make conciliatory positions. Internationalist in nature in terms of foreign policy and tending to the more soft-diplomatic methods of investment and diplomacy.

Conservative Party of Canada
Leader: Peter MacKay (MP for Bedford-North Halifax, Nova Scotia)
Policy Views: The center-right of the Canadian political spectrum, the Conservative Party of Canada has been the Yin to the Liberals' Yang for much of their history, only to finally crest the hump and become a regular government party, holding the leadership in Canada's government for 19 years straight between 1974 and 1993 after struggling to be anywhere near power since the Great Depression, since then has been a proud supporter of welfare capitalism policies, though is much more pro-market and pro-defense than the Liberals or Progressives. On most social issues - reproductive rights, the LGBT community, Native Canadian rights - there is little between the two largest parties, though the Conservatives tend to take a greater interest in relations with the United States, as opposed to the Liberals, who tend to be closer to the Commonwealth.

Progressive Party of Canada
Leader: Thomas Mulcair (Senator for Quebec, Montreal Region)
Policy Views: The left side of Canada's political world since the 1920s, the Progressive Party of Canada remains true to those roots, proud believers in social democratic policies including broader social services and support for labour unions, the Progressive Party is probably the loudest when it comes to left-leaning social policies, including being loudly pro-choice, pro-LGBT rights, against racism in any form (to be fair all Canadian political parties are loudly against bigotry) and proudly internationalist in terms of global cooperation agreements, as well as having by some margin the largest support among African-descent and Caribbean-descent Canadians, with nearly half of the Progressives' parliamentary caucus being made up of members from Canada's Caribbean provinces. The Progressives have a history of working with the Liberals that goes back to the 1930s, and when pushed tend to side with the Liberals far more than the Conservatives, but they hold the view that they themselves are worthy of governing Canada, and in the periods they were the government of Canada in the 1930s and 1990s their governments were indeed very well-run, making the claim very plausible.

Reform Party of Canada
Leader: Stephen Harper (MP for Calgary Mount Royal, Alberta)
Policy Views: Born out of a sense of alienation between the prairie provinces and Ottawa in the 1980s, the Reform Party is the unashamed right wing of Canada's political spectrum, taking much more right-wing policy positions than the Conservatives and having a mild level of animosity between them, the Reform Party has held in its view that Canada's 1972 Constitution was skewed too much towards federal power authority and advocates a much more decentralized government, with the government's economic policies being much less interventionist than is the Canadian norm. The Reform Party's support is overwhelmingly in the Prairie Provinces, British Columbia and northern Ontario, though in recent times much of the party's previous reputation for social conservatism has been shed, primarily as much of the party's leadership believes it is an almost-sure vote loser in Ontario, Quebec and metropolitan areas of British Columbia and Alberta that the party has long believed are its route to an eventual government.

Green Party of Canada
Leader: David Miller (MP for Beaches-East York, Ontario)
Policy Views: The Green Party of Canada came onto Canada's political scene in the 1960s more than anything as a single-issue party focusing on environmental causes and issues, but since the 1980s had grown dramatically to become a legitimate kingmaker in Canada's political scene, with its first members becoming part of Canada's government in 1997. Another party that is unashamedly left-leaning in its economic policy views, the Green Party nonetheless isn't quite as forceful as the frequently-militant Progressives on many social issues and is a greater supporter of many of Canada's civic services, particularly the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The Green Party first gained positions in parliament from British Columbia, the Bahamas and some seats in Ontario, Jamaica and Trinidad, but in modern times has proven themselves capable of winning seats just about anywhere, and they are proud of this and their success in many governments in pushing for their beliefs.
 
Advocated by Chen Duxiu, I assume.

Indeed. Gets the naming rights ITTL because there is no Russian Revolution while Chen Duxui gets to be the Mao equivalent. As Mao dies in the Warlord Period before taking power.
It is probably mentioned ITTL that Trotsky influenced Chen but he (Trotsky) is much less famous in the world stage than Chen.
 
american parliamentary and proportional system.



Social Democratic
Founded: 1901

Leader: Elizabeth Warren
Base: Western US, unions, working class, big cities.
Story: America's labor party. Formed in 1901 by E.V. Debs, has served in government only 4 times since. Took a neoliberal turn in the mid 90s but with new leader Warren things are looking different.
OTL Counterpart: Debs' Socialist Party
Ideology: Social democracy, democratic socialism

Seats: 183/435

American Conservative
Founded: 1950
Leader: Mitt Romney
Base: Suburbanites, middle class, big business, fossil fuels
Story: Formed in 1948 as a reaction to the postwar reforms of social democratic premier Norman Thomas. It was also formed as a way to consolidate the right after the old Conservative parties lost big in 1948 and 1952.

OTL Counterpart: Liberal Rockefeller republicans
Ideology: Liberal conservatism, conservatism
Seats: 167/435


Farmer's/Alliance '92
Founded: 1889
Leader: Amy Klobuchar
Base: Farmers, rural midwest, midwest
Story: Formed in 1889 to funnel the populist energy coming from various farmer's unions and agrarian groups. Today is mostly a moderate, christian democratic party.
OTL Counterpart: Populist Party from the late 19th century. Ross Perot's Reform Party.
Ideology: Christian democracy, populism
Seats: 44/435



Southern People's
Founded: 1957
Leader: John Lewis (deceased)
Base: South, southern blacks, lutheran and baptist churches.

Story: Formed in 1957 to consolidate the burgeoning civil rights movement. Played a huge part in the civil rights struggles in the 60s. Today is mostly christian democratic with a leftist element.
OTL Counterpart: MLK, SCLC
Ideology: Christian democracy, social democracy
Seats: 36/435

Libertarian
Founded: 1978
Leader: Rand Paul
Base: Sun belt, middle class, suburbs
Story Formed in 1978 by American libertarians. Was the largest third party until 2016, when they lost a large number of seats due to a previous austerity coalition with the Conservatives.
OTL Counterpart: Libertarian Party
Ideology: Libertarianism
Seats: 4/435


Democratic Party
Founded: 1968
Leader: David Duke
Base: South, southern rural areas, southern suburbs.
Story: The Democrats had previously folded into the Conservatives in 1950, but in 1968 George Wallace brought it back to end desegregation.
OTL Counterpart: George Wallace, States' Rights Party.
Ideology: Anti-desegregation, Anti-BLM, states' rights
Seats: 1/435

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Social Democratic
Founded: 1901

Leader: Elizabeth Warren
Base: Western US, unions, working class, big cities.
Story: America's labor party. Formed in 1901 by E.V. Debs, has served in government only 4 times since. Took a neoliberal turn in the mid 90s but with new leader Warren things are looking different.
OTL Counterpart: Debs' Socialist Party
Ideology: Social democracy, democratic socialism

Seats: 183/435

American Conservative
Founded: 1950
Leader: Mitt Romney
Base: Suburbanites, middle class, big business, fossil fuels
Story: Formed in 1948 as a reaction to the postwar reforms of social democratic premier Norman Thomas. It was also formed as a way to consolidate the right after the old Conservative parties lost big in 1948 and 1952.

OTL Counterpart: Liberal Rockefeller republicans
Ideology: Liberal conservatism, conservatism
Seats: 167/435


Farmer's/Alliance '92
Founded: 1889
Leader: Amy Klobuchar
Base: Farmers, rural midwest, midwest
Story: Formed in 1889 to funnel the populist energy coming from various farmer's unions and agrarian groups. Today is mostly a moderate, christian democratic party.
OTL Counterpart: Populist Party from the late 19th century. Ross Perot's Reform Party.
Ideology: Christian democracy, populism
Seats: 44/435



Southern People's
Founded: 1957
Leader: John Lewis (deceased)
Base: South, southern blacks, lutheran and baptist churches.

Story: Formed in 1957 to consolidate the burgeoning civil rights movement. Played a huge part in the civil rights struggles in the 60s. Today is mostly christian democratic with a leftist element.
OTL Counterpart: MLK, SCLC
Ideology: Christian democracy, social democracy
Seats: 36/435

Libertarian
Founded: 1978
Leader: Rand Paul
Base: Sun belt, middle class, suburbs
Story Formed in 1978 by American libertarians. Was the largest third party until 2016, when they lost a large number of seats due to a previous austerity coalition with the Conservatives.
OTL Counterpart: Libertarian Party
Ideology: Libertarianism
Seats: 4/435


Democratic Party
Founded: 1968
Leader: David Duke
Base: South, southern rural areas, southern suburbs.
Story: The Democrats had previously folded into the Conservatives in 1950, but in 1968 George Wallace brought it back to end desegregation.
OTL Counterpart: George Wallace, States' Rights Party.
Ideology: Anti-desegregation, Anti-BLM, states' rights
Seats: 1/435

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Supreme Soviet House of Representatives of the Union of Soviet Sovereign Republics (USSR)

Socialist Party of the Soviet Republics (SPSR)
Leader: Gennady Zyuganov
Ideology: Socialism, Left-politics, social economics, pragmatic progressiveness.
Seats: 457 (61%)


Social Democratic Party of the Sovereign Republics (SDPSR)
Leader: Boris Nemtsov
Ideology: Social Democracy, Free Trade, State Welfare.
Seats: 142 (19%)


Green Party
Leader: Oleg Mitlov
Ideology: Green politics, environmentalism, green economics
Seats: 80 (10.6%)


National Parties of the Sovereign Republics (NPSR)
Leader: Viktor Poroshenko
Ideology: Nationalism, Populism, Independence of the republics
Seats: 50 (6%)


Independents = 21 seats

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Supreme Soviet Chamber of Deputies:-

SPSR - 30 seats
SDPSR - 9 seats
Green Party - 4 seats
NPSR - 3 seats
Independents - 4 seats.
 
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