List Political Parties of Alternate Countries

Premier list for my previous post. T. Roosevelt implements a parliamentary and proportional system.

1908: William H. Taft (GOP majority government)
1912: Woodrow Wilson (Democratic coalition with Farmer’s Party)
1916: Woodrow Wilson (Democratic majority government)
1920: Warren G. Harding (GOP majority government)
1924: Calvin Coolidge (GOP majority government)
1928: Herbert Hoover (GOP majority government)
1932: Al Smith (Democratic majority government)
1936: Upton Sinclair (SocDem. minority government)
1938*: Charles Evans Hughes (GOP minority government)
1940*: Charles Evans Hughes (War government)
1944: Charles Evans Hughes (War government)
1948: Norman Thomas (SocDem. majority government)
1952: Dwight D. Eisenhower (Con. majority government)
1956: Dwight D. Eisenhower (Con. majority government)
1960: Dwight D. Eisenhower (Con. majority government)
1964: Walter Reuther (SocDem. coalition with Farmer’s Party)
1968: Walter Reuther (SocDem. majority)
1972: Richard Nixon (Con. majority government)
1976: Walter Reuther (SocDem. coalition with Farmer’s Party and Southern People’s)
1978*: Jimmy Carter (Farmer’s Party minority government)
1980: Ronald Reagan (Con. majority government)
1984: Ronald Reagan (Con. majority government)
1988: George H.W. Bush (Con. majority government)
1992: George H.W. Bush (Con. coalition with Libertarian)
1996: Bill Clinton (SocDem. majority government)
2000: Bill Clinton (SocDem. majority government)
2004: Bill Clinton (SocDem. majority government)
2005*: Al Gore (SocDem. majority government)
2008: George W. Bush (Con. coalition with Libertarian)
2012: George W. Bush (Con. majority government)
2016: Elizabeth Warren (SocDem. coalition with Southern People’s and Farmer’s/Alliance ‘92)

* Premier Sinclair is ousted by congress for the 1938 recession that took place within the wider Great Depression.
* For WWII Premier Hughes forms a War cabinet made up of the Democrats, GOP, Social Democrats, and the Farmer’s
* In 1978 after a series of economic crises, Premier Reuther resigned and handed power to his deputy, Jimmy Carter.
* Premier Clinton resigns and hands power to his deputy, Al Gore.
 
Premier list for my previous post. T. Roosevelt implements a parliamentary and proportional system.

1908: William H. Taft (GOP majority government)
1912: Woodrow Wilson (Democratic coalition with Farmer’s Party)
1916: Woodrow Wilson (Democratic majority government)
1920: Warren G. Harding (GOP majority government)
1924: Calvin Coolidge (GOP majority government)
1928: Herbert Hoover (GOP majority government)
1932: Al Smith (Democratic majority government)
1936: Upton Sinclair (SocDem. minority government)
1938*: Charles Evans Hughes (GOP minority government)
1940*: Charles Evans Hughes (War government)
1944: Charles Evans Hughes (War government)
1948: Norman Thomas (SocDem. majority government)
1952: Dwight D. Eisenhower (Con. majority government)
1956: Dwight D. Eisenhower (Con. majority government)
1960: Dwight D. Eisenhower (Con. majority government)
1964: Walter Reuther (SocDem. coalition with Farmer’s Party)
1968: Walter Reuther (SocDem. majority)
1972: Richard Nixon (Con. majority government)
1976: Walter Reuther (SocDem. coalition with Farmer’s Party and Southern People’s)
1978*: Jimmy Carter (Farmer’s Party minority government)
1980: Ronald Reagan (Con. majority government)
1984: Ronald Reagan (Con. majority government)
1988: George H.W. Bush (Con. majority government)
1992: George H.W. Bush (Con. coalition with Libertarian)
1996: Bill Clinton (SocDem. majority government)
2000: Bill Clinton (SocDem. majority government)
2004: Bill Clinton (SocDem. majority government)
2005*: Al Gore (SocDem. majority government)
2008: George W. Bush (Con. coalition with Libertarian)
2012: George W. Bush (Con. majority government)
2016: Elizabeth Warren (SocDem. coalition with Southern People’s and Farmer’s/Alliance ‘92)

* Premier Sinclair is ousted by congress for the 1938 recession that took place within the wider Great Depression.
* For WWII Premier Hughes forms a War cabinet made up of the Democrats, GOP, Social Democrats, and the Farmer’s
* In 1978 after a series of economic crises, Premier Reuther resigned and handed power to his deputy, Jimmy Carter.
* Premier Clinton resigns and hands power to his deputy, Al Gore.

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POLITICAL PARTIES OF THE DANELAW FEDERATION
Danelaw is a semi-independent colony of the Viking Hegemony. Stretching from The Irish sea to the North Sea Danelaw is a major contributor to the Hegemony's Economy and cultural wealth

The Danelaw Parliament is based in York and business is done in English and Danish

Government Parties
Our Danelaw: Centre-left Pro independence party
Children Of Danelaw: Socialist/Green Group

Opposition Parties

Danelaw People's Party: Right Wing
Danelaw Alone: Far Right Isolationist party
 
POLITICAL PARTIES OF THE DANELAW FEDERATION
Danelaw is a semi-independent colony of the Viking Hegemony. Stretching from The Irish sea to the North Sea Danelaw is a major contributor to the Hegemony's Economy and cultural wealth

The Danelaw Parliament is based in York and business is done in English and Danish

Government Parties
Our Danelaw: Centre-left Pro independence party
Children Of Danelaw: Socialist/Green Group

Opposition Parties

Danelaw People's Party: Right Wing
Danelaw Alone: Far Right Isolationist party

Danelaw First makes more sense as far right isolationist party
 
Republic of the Great Plains

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Back Ground:

During the Great American Collapse in 1990 the Republic of the Great Plains was founded. The country though it has a President is run by a Prime Minister who controls the House of Representatives.

Parties:

Progressive Party:
Political Position: Centre to Centre-Left
Ideology: Social Conservatism, Economic Liberalism
President: Brian Schweitzer (MT)
Prime Minister: Amy Klobuchar (MN)
Senate Leader: Heidi Heitkamp (ND)
Seats in the House of Representatives: 119/224
Seats in the Senate: 10/24


Constitutional Party:
Political Position: Centre-Right to Right Wing

Ideology: Social Conservatism, Economic Conservatism, Christian Conservatism
Leader of the Opposition: John Barrasso (WY)
Senate Leader: Ben Sasse (NE)
Seats in the House of Representatives: 82/224

Seats in the Senate: 14/24

Socialist Party:
Political Position: Left Wing

Ideology: Socialism, Secularism
Leader in the House of Representatives: Keith Ellison (MN)
Seats in the House of Representatives: 20/224

Seats in the Senate: 0/24

Native Rights:
Political Position: Centre

Ideology: Native Rights
Leader in the House of Representatives: Denise Juneau (MT)
Seats in the House of Representatives: 3/224

Seats in the Senate: 0/24

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The Three Americas: Political Parties of the different countries within the current U.S



Federal States of America (FSA):

Background:


Capital: Washington D.C
GDP Per Capita: $53,000
HDI: 0.89
Gini: 0.45

The Federal States of America (i.e. the North) is the remnant of the northern states from the old United States from the pre-civil war era. It is a large and diverse country that has large cities such as New York, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia to wide open praries in areas like Wyoming and the Dakotas. It Shares a border with Canada (which at one stage was the largest and one of the most militarised borders in the world) to the north, Confederacy to the south and Pacific to the west. It enjoys a very high standard of living with one of the most developed economies and military's along with having a culture of freedom of the press, speech and political freedoms.

Major Parties:

Republican Party (Centre-Left)
- Social Democracy, Social Liberalism, Progressivism, Neoliberalism, Social Conservatism (Faction), Democratic Socialism (Faction)
House Seats: 245/460
Senate: 31/60

Democratic Party (Centre-Right to Right-Wing) - Social Conservatism, Economic Liberalism, Economic Nationalism (faction), National Conservatism (faction)
Seats: 205/460
Senate: 29/60

Minor Parties:

Constitutional Party (Right-Wing to Far-Right) - National Conservatism, Economic Nationalism, Anti-Immigration
Seats: 5/460

Libertarian Party - Liberatarianism, Classical Liberalism, Social Libertarianism, Laiszarre-Faire politics
Seats: 3/460

Ecological and Humanist Party (Left-Wing) - Green Politics, Eco Socialism, Green Socialism
Seats: 2/460




Confederate States of America (CSA):

Background:


Capital: Columbia
GDP Per Capita: $24.000
HDI: 0.81
Gini: 0.62

The Confederacy (The south) is the remnant of the southern states from the Old United States from the pre-civil war era. It is a country that is largely rural (with the country being about 45% urbanised) but does have some cities, the largest being Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Miami. It shares a border with the United States to the North, Pacifica to the west and Mexico to the south (as well as holding the external territory of Belize). The country is considered a relatively developed country (but still far below the development levels of its Northern and Western Neighbours), however it still suffers greatly from high levels of inequality, with large parts of its population (particularly in rural areas of Mississippi, Alabama, Lousiana, Durango and the Appleacians) living in poverty. The country's political system is dominated by the Social Christian Party and has been since the late 1940s (with the party not governing only in the late 50's, 70's and mid 80's, with the party having governed uninterupted for almost 35 years now). The country is considered authoritarian, with freedom of media, speech limited with political participation somewhat limited (in the form of ID, however this is issued by private companies, many of which refuse to issue IDs depending on circumstance). Most forms of public dissodence is shut down immediately, with dissidents thrown into prison or their being rammifactions regarding employment (as the government puts pressure on private enterprise). The country is largely dependent on its natural resources as well as its agriculture. Unlike its western neighbour, it is a country that is largely private enterprise with very few government owned sectors (with most of the economy privatised). It also has one of the lowest effective tax rates in the entire world in terms of income tax (with a tax range of 0-7.5%, however there is a Goods and Service Tax of 10%). Despite a relatively small economy for the region, it has one of the most advanced militaries in the world as well as the largest military in the region (with it being the only nation in the Americas to have mandatory military service for all men between the ages of 18-21, with an army of over 1 million personnel with 3 million reservists along with a further 1.5 million paramilitary personnel).

Dominant Party:

Social Christian Party (Right-Wing to Far-Right) - National Conservatism, Economic Nationalism, Paleoconservatism, Social Conservatism, Right-Wing Populism, Anti-Immigration, Agrarianism, Protectionism
Seats: 260/380
Senate: 35/50

Other Major Parties:

Social Labor Party (Centre to Centre-Right) - Social Conservatism, Economic Liberalism, Centrism, Neoliberalism, Trade Unionism
Seats: 60/380
Senate: 10/50

Liberal Party (Centre to Centre-Left) - Social Liberalism, Economic Liberalism, Progressivism (Minority), Centrism
Seats: 30/380
Senate: 3/50

Minor Parties:

Silver League (Far-Right) -
National Conservatism, Economic Nationalism, White Nationalism, Ultranationalism, Neo-Nazism
Seats: 15/380
Senate: 1/50

Farmers Party (Right-Wing) - Agrarianism, Social Conservatism, Agrarian Conservatism, Economic Nationalism, Protectionism
Seats: 12/380
Senate: 1/50

Commonwealth Party (Centre-Left) - Social Democracy, Longism
Seats: 3/380


Illegal Parties:

Workers Party (Far-Left) -
Socialism, Anti-Capitalism, Scientific Socialism



Pacific States of America (PSA/Pacifica):

Capital: Denver
GDP Per Capita: $67,000
HDI: 0.93
Gini: 0.28

Background:

The most western and perhaps the most developed out of the three nations, the youngest nation gained independence from the Confederacy in the early days and expanded upward. Its a largely urbanised country with its largest cities being Los Angeles, San Fransisco, Seattle, Portland, Denver, San Diego-Tijuana, Ensenada, Las Vegas and Phoenix. Its neighbours are Canada to the north and the FSA and CSA to the east. It enjoys one of the highest standards of living in the world with completely free elections, freedom of speech and freedom of the press. The nation has the single largest tech industry in the world as well as being a major financial centre with the country also having a large tourism, service and entertainment industry.

Major Parties:

Social Democratic Party (Centre-Left to Left-Wing):
Social Democracy, Democratic Socialism, Civic Nationalism, Left-Wing Populism
Seats: 305/855
Senate: 34/100

Progressive Conservative Party (Centre to Centre-Right): Social Liberalism, Economic Liberalism, Neoliberalism, Liberal Conservatism
Seats: 240/855
Senate: 30/100

Green Party of Pacifica (Centre-Left) - Green Politics, Progressivism
Seats: 200/855
Senate: 27/100

Other Parties:

Sustainability and Progress (Centre) - Green Politics, Green Liberalism, Centrism
Seats: 40/855
Senate: 4/100

Agrarian-Farmers Party (Centre-Right) - Agrarianism, Social Conservatism, Economic Nationalism
Seats: 30/855
Senate: 3/100

National Reform Party (Centre-Right to Right-Wing): Social Conservatism, Economic Nationalism, Right-Wing Populism
Seats: 20/855
Senate: 1/100

People's Movement (Left-Wing to Far-Left) - Democratic Socialism, Anti-Capitalism, Left-Wing Populism, Left-Wing Nationalism
Seats: 20/855
Senate: 1/100
 
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Here's mine for an alternate history story I was thinking up.

Commonwealth of East America (Alt World where the United States was short lived and rejoined the British commonwealth in the late 1790s after a brutal second revolutionary war).

Democratic Labor Party
- Leader: Ayanna Pressley (Prime Minister as of 2020)
- Position: Center-left
- Ideology: Social democracy, democratic socialism, progressivism, populism
- Color(s): Red
- Symbol: Tulip

Grand Conservative Party
- Leader: Mitt Romney (Prime Minister from 2016 to 2020)
- Position: Center-right to right-wing
- Ideology: Christian democracy, social conservatism, economic liberalism
- Color(s): Orange and Blue
- Symbol: Eagle

New Path for East America
- Leader: Donald Trump
- Position: Right-wing to far-right
- Ideology: East American nationalism, national conservatism, social conservatism, laissez-faire economics, right wing populism, East American separatism (faction), Republicanism (faction)
- Color(s): Violet
- Symbol: Phoenix

Liberal Party
- Leader: Joe Biden
- Position: Centrist
- Ideology: Liberalism, libertarianism, social liberalism, progressivism
- Color(s): Yellow
- Symbol: Star

Green Party
- Leader: Howie Hawkins
- Position: Left-wing
- Ideology: Green politics, eco-socialism
- Color(s): Green
- Symbol: Turtle

Socialist Party of East America
- Leader: Angela Nichole Walker
- Position: Left-wing
- Ideology: Democratic socialism, anti-capitalism, socialist feminism
- Color(s): Dark Red
- Symbol: Rose
- Out of all the parties in the 1% category, it got the largest proportion of votes and thus a seat in the House of Commons.
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Results of 2020 Elections:

Ayanna Pressley (36%) - Winner
Mitt Romney (30%)
Donald Trump (18%)
Joe Biden (11%)
Howie Hawkins (4%)
Other (1%)

House of Commons Results (420 seats):

DLP - 151 seats
GCP - 126 seats
NPEA - 76 seats
LP - 46 seats
GP - 17 seats
SPEA - 4 seats
 
A short, not all that serious, post based on how Kazakhstan was briefly the sole member of the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union survives in Central Asia and Azerbaijan.

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR)​


The Union lives! But it is far from well. As the authority of the Communist Party collapsed throughout the country, the Party retreated to strongholds in Central Asia and Azerbaijan, where well over 90% of voters had voted for the continued existence of the USSR in a Union-wide referendum that March. Limited democratic reforms have since been passed to placate the public, including greater autonomy for republic-level Communist parties and the introduction of formal factions with semi-competitive elections in each of the Republic's Supreme Soviets between competing Communist Party factions. This has largely stabilized the country and the roughly 1,400 nuclear warheads still stationed in the country has ensured its independence from outside interference.

Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU)​

The CPSU is still firmly in power, albeit with much reduced powers over a much reduced country. Attempts to create an effective “Democratic Unity” block to force multi-party elections fizzled out by the late 1990s and the CPSU’s dominance has long since been unquestioned. While the individual Communist parties of each republic perform the day-to-day governance of their respective republics, ultimately, they still answer to Tashkent and to the All-Union Communist Party.

At present, the CPSU is made up of four broad factions: Modernists, Liberals, Conservatives, and Ecologists

Modernist Faction

The Modernist faction takes their inspiration from modernizing reforms undertaken in the neighboring People’s Republic of China since the ascension of Deng Xiaoping in 1978. They wish to preserve the leading political role of the CPSU while implementing the same broad economic reforms that the CPC has done to drive economic growth and open the country to foreign investment. They are opposed by the Conservatives who see this as a betrayal of Socialist principles and Liberals who oppose the continued dominance of the CPSU

Liberal Faction

The Liberal faction follows the tradition of former General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev and set to re-implement the prematurely cancelled glasnost and perestroika reforms. While the faction is split on economic reforms, they agree on creating a more politically and socially open Soviet society up to and including multi-party elections. The Liberals point to the successes of Communist parties in Moldova and Nepal as proof that the CPSU can continue in its leading role even after multi-party democratic reforms are implemented. The Conservatives oppose any further degradation of the CPSU’s leading position while Modernists are wary of their split on economic issues.

Conservative Faction

The Conservative faction was born out of anti-revisionist groups opposing Gorbachev’s reforms in the 1980s and included individuals who quietly (and not so quietly) supported the 1991 August Coup. They oppose any further economic, social or political reform and instead advocate for strengthening the position of the CPSU and the role of the state in the planned economy. These positions make them despised by both the Modernists, who think that their economic policies have failed, and the Liberals, who think that their socio-political policies have failed.

It helps that they’re the biggest faction and while they don’t have a majority, the constant infighting between the Modernists and Liberals keeps them firmly in first place.

Ecologist Faction

A relative new-comer to the political scene, the Ecologist faction formed when several environmentalists were elected to the Supreme Soviet in the early 2000s riding on increased awareness of climate change following the ratification of the Kyoto Protocol. The faction made big gains in the 2019 Supreme Soviet Election and while they’re still the smallest faction by far, they’re among the best organized and a force to be reckoned with.

The Ecologists support environmental and de-carbonization initiatives and their efforts to reach out to the other factions has ensured that, at the very least, they have cordial working relations with every major faction in the Party. However, they face stiff opposition from representatives of the massive state-owned oil and gas companies which still make up the bulk of the national economy.

Supreme Soviet of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Soviet of the Union (350 Seats)

CPSU - 300 Seats

Conservative Faction - 135 Seats
Modernist Faction - 75 Seats
Liberal Faction - 60 Seats
Ecologist Faction - 25 Seats

Independents - 50 Seats

Soviet of the Republics (75 Seats)

CPSU - 60 Seats

Conservative Faction - 25 Seats
Modernist Faction - 18 Seats
Liberal Faction - 12 Seats
Ecologist Faction - 5 Seats

Independents - 15 Seats
 
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I wonder what the Russian attitude would be towards this much-reduced Soviet Union.

The Russians probably reluctantly see them as a regional ally at best. It's best to stay on the good side of a country that still has a sizable military and over a thousand nuclear warheads.

Incidentally, there would probably even be a large movement in the mid-late 90s to rejoin the Soviet Union once Shock Therapy reforms go south
 
The Russians probably reluctantly see them as a regional ally at best. It's best to stay on the good side of a country that still has a sizable military and over a thousand nuclear warheads.

Incidentally, there would probably even be a large movement in the mid-late 90s to rejoin the Soviet Union once Shock Therapy reforms go south
Do you think that movement might succeed?
 
Political parties of the Hellenic Republic from my latest project:


  • The National Democratic Union (Εθνική Δημοκρατική Ένωση)- the current ruling party. It arose in the 20s of this century, nevertheless, it leads its lineage to the conservative organizations of the times of the first constitution, claiming to be one of the oldest political parties. The leading Romanian party, which stands on the position of conservatism, supporting the leading role of Chaldeism in the life of Hellas. The economy is moderately pro-market. Represents the interests of the priesthood, the bourgeoisie, the wealthy townspeople, and the conservative peasantry.
  • The Greek Civil Coalition (Ελληνικός Πολιτικός Συνασπισμός) - the second party, not inferior in size and influence, and has led a number of governments. A center-left party (with left and center wings) based on the principles of republicanism, the welfare state, and moderate secularism. It is the leading party of moderate Hellenism. It relies on the support of the labor aristocracy, small entrepreneurs, progressive intelligentsia, and part of the peasantry.
  • The Democratic Party of the Working People (Δημοκρατικό Κόμμα Εργαζόμενου Λαού) - left-wing political organization. It takes radical positions - the nationalization of industry and natural resources, the introduction of workers 'control at enterprises, the creation of agricultural cooperatives, the complete socialization of the social services sector, the dissolution of the synclet and the transfer of power to the "workers' ecclesias". Support radical secularization and progressive social policies. Opposes both the Romans and the Hellenists, acting as revolutionary internationalists. The main electorate of the party is the workers, the rural poor, the radical wing of the intelligentsia and students.
  • The Symphony Society (Κοινωνία Συμφωνίας) - Roman party, but more radical than the National Democrats. They see their goal in the realization of the "polity indicated by the divine Plato." Adheres to the clerical-conservative ideology, supporting the leading role of the pontificate, striving to establish "social harmony". In the economy, they advocate a socially oriented market model, with a strong share of state paternalism. Expresses the interests of the radical priesthood, the petty bourgeoisie, and traditionalist intellectuals.
  • The People's Greek Patriotic Union (Λαϊκή Ελληνική Πατριωτική Ένωση) - a notorious organization of Hellenistic orientation. Stands for radical nationalism, advocating the "Hellenization" of national minorities and a tough anti-migrant policy. They are considered a conservative party, but in addition to racism, they are more moderate than the National Democrats. They support the corporatist model of society, with the requirement for the participation of employees in the management of the enterprise. Initially secular, but went to a rapprochement with religion as the basis for ensuring the spiritual kinship of the Hellenes. It is supported by the right-wing students and part of the petty bourgeoisie.

A special role in political life is played by the competition between two forms of nationalism - Romanism and Hellenism. The first is Romanism, based on the heritage of the Eastern Roman Empire. Her supporters deduce Greece as the heir to Rome and the custodian of imperial institutions. Initially inclined towards monarchism, they now emphasize that de jure the Empire has always been a republic, and modern Greece is the continuation of the cause of Roman Republicanism. The Romans demand the centralization of the political system, around a strong leader. Adhere to a more elitist outlook on society. They believe that religion should be the basis of national identity, and see Greece as the center of the Chaldean religion. The Hellenists, on the other hand, focus on the heritage of Ancient Hellas, defending it as the ancestral home of democracy, while seeing the Romans as conquerors of more developed peoples who have joined the culture. Without denying Chaldeism (seeing in it the embodiment of the religious aspirations of the ancient Hellenes), they still give priority to belonging to the Hellenic people (from the adoption of cultural and civic values, ending with outright racism). Also stalwart Republicans and outspoken egalitarians.
 
Here is a USSR from a project I've been working on for a while:

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Government: Defensive democratic federal parliamentary republic

With the original vision of Bolsheviks for the USSR being an actual federation of equal socialist republics, with the admittance of new members being their way to expand socialism, the USSR has evolved into an entity not unlike the ever-expanding OTL European Union. While the military, intelligence, diplomacy and a significant part of macroeconomic policy fall under the central Soviet authority, the member republics of the federation possess significant regional autonomy. The Soviet Constitution states that the USSR is a "dictatorship of the proletariat", and as such, business-owners, landowners and clergy members are considered "bourgeoisie" and are not granted the right to vote.

With the Soviet Union having the largest economy in the world, an impressively robust living standard, its long-standing staunch allies of communist China and India, the status of being the victor of the Cold War and the undeniable superiority of its ideology over capitalism; the Soviet Union has found a very comfortable status quo where they are beyond the need to take radical authoritarian actions to secure its existence from external and internal reactionaries. This period of comfort, liberalization and plurality has created many visionaries with different directions for what path the Union should follow next.

Taking a page from West Germany and South Korea, the Soviet Constitution states that the Union's Constitutional Court has an extensive authority to defend the "democratic socialist basic order" of the Soviet Union, giving them authority to ban any party that espouses either overt nationalist, clericalist, discriminatory or capitalist platforms, or any party that the Constitutional Court deems "hostile to the Soviet Constitution". While this would allow the Court to ban any non-leftist party in theory, there have been several cases where such parties have managed to survive. Dengist and social democratic parties have been advocating for the handing out of "temporary privatization licenses" as a platform for capitalist development, while still managing to stay under a gray area within the Soviet Constitution. There have also been parties that have used "cultural decolonization" and "korenization" as dog whistles for nationalist voters.

While every republic has its own separate political parties for the people to vote, the central Soviet government is composed of coalitions of parties across the Union from all 35 republics that are united in ideology. These coalitions are known as caucuses, and these caucuses serve the role of an All-Union political party within the context of the Soviet Parliament. By virtue of the caucuses being leftist-orientated, there are a lot of consensuses on many different issues. And as such, there are several overlapping issues that caucuses agree on. Temporary coalitions between caucuses being formed for certain single issues or mutual support between legislations are a common thing.

Revolutionary Caucus
Color:
Red
Symbol: Red star

Economic Doctrine: Worker Self-Management (service sector integration, planned economy, labor rights, trade liberalism)
Social Doctrine: Proletarian Universalism (commitment to multiculturalism, social progressivism, welfare state, immigrant attraction)
Diplomatic Doctrine: Permanent Revolution (unification with China and India, multilateral diplomacy, altruistic foreign aid, idealist foreign policy)
The first caucus in the Soviet Union, the Revolutionaries have been the force that has kept the soul of the world proletarian revolution alive. Often considered too ambitious and too idealistic for their own good, the Revolutionaries have been very consistently on the left-wing of pretty much all issues regarding the Union.


Conciliatory Caucus
Color: Blue
Symbol: Carnation

Economic Doctrine: Developmental Dirigisme (privatization license extension, mixed economy, labor pragmatism, trade liberalism)
Social Doctrine: Cohesion Through Conciliation (melting pot assimilationism, social moderatism, worker incentivism, immigrant attraction)
Diplomatic Doctrine: Global Policeman (global interventionism, multilateral diplomacy, commercialist foreign aid, realist foreign policy)
Formed from Mensheviks and Bukharinists, the Conciliatories are often regarded as the most economically right-wing caucus in the union. Inspired more by France's Gaullists and China's Dengists, the Conciliatories prefer to keep the Soviet economy internationally competitive and Soviet society internally cohesive.


Solidarist Caucus
Color: Yellow
Symbol: Raised fist

Economic Doctrine: Paternal Technocracy (state-controlled rapid development, planned economy, labor pragmatism, trade protectionism)
Social Doctrine: Patriotic Solidarity (softened secularism, social moderatism, welfare state, border security)
Diplomatic Doctrine: Left Realpolitik (anti-enlargement/unification, unilateral diplomacy, altruistic foreign aid, realist foreign policy)
Jokingly referred to as the Children of Stalin, the Solidarists are highly patriotic towards their dear Union. Criticized for being statist and uncompromising, the main allure of the Solidarists are their commitment to fix any national economic bottlenecks as fast as possible and protect the global prestige of the world's only superpower.


Ethicist Caucus
Color: Green
Symbol: Three arrows

Economic Doctrine: Egalitarian Representation (agrarian and environmental reform, mixed economy, labor rights, trade protectionism)
Social Doctrine: Forward-Thinking Ethics (state atheism, social progressivism, worker incentivism, border security)
Diplomatic Doctrine: Resplendent Neutrality (pacifist neutrality, unilateral diplomacy, commercialist foreign aid, idealist foreign policy)

The Ethicists are derided as a caucus for those that gave up on world revolution. Ethicists perceive that Soviet society is still too culturally conservative, economically inefficient and indifferent to climate change. The Ethicists exclusively want their efforts towards making the Union into a model society, the Revolution be damned.
 
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Political parties of the Hellenic Republic from my latest project:
Spain from the same world (under construction)

  • Progressive Republicans (Republicanos Progresistas) - currently holds the majority of parliamentary seats and holds the majority of ministerial positions. Initially a moderate political party, at the moment it leads the right wing in politics. Advocates for a market economy under mild protectionist conditions. Religiously, moderate secularists. In social positions, they are considered very soft conservatives. Leading bourgeois party
  • The Radical Democratic Party (Partido Demócrata Radical) is the second party in the Assembly. Party of Ardent Republicans and Secularists. They stand for the welfare state and progressive social values. It relies on the support of the petty bourgeoisie, the labor aristocracy, and the peasantry.
  • The Autonomous Federation of Iberia (Federación Autónoma de Iberia) is the leading left-wing radical party. It is also the most influential autonomist organization in Europe (autonomism is a left-wing radical ideology seeking to transform society into a federation of self-governing autonomies). Ardent federalists and supporters of workers' self-government. They represent the interests of workers, the rural poor, as well as national minorities.
  • The Libertine Party "Civil Call" (Partido Libertino "llamada Civil") is a libertine (liberal) party. They stand in the middle in economic positions between Republicans and Democrats, but for free trade. Social Progressive. Represents the interests of the petty bourgeoisie and urban intelligentsia. The current consul and prime minister are from this party.
  • The Spanish National Patriotic Front (Frente Patriótico Nacional Español) is the largest right-wing radical in the country. Stands on the positions of radical nationalism and authoritarianism. They strive to build a "corporatist national republic" and to defend "Latin values". Opponents of migration (especially if migrants are not from Latin-speaking European countries). It relies on the petty bourgeoisie and right-wing students.
  • The Lusitano-Galician Peasant Community (Comunidad Campesina Lusitano-Gallega, Comunidade labrega lusitana-galega) is a traditionalist party influential in the Western and Northwest provinces. The only major party of a clerical nature. Requires expansion of regional autonomy, social paternalism, and support for religious values. It relies on the peasantry and conservative townspeople of Lusitania and Galicia.
  • The Basque National Unity (Unidad Nacional Vasca, Euskal Batasun Nazionala) is a left-wing regionalist party. First of all, the national and cultural autonomy of the Basques remains. Also defends the interests of workers and for the protection of the environment. Traditionally secular, but there is an influential wing of the "progressive Chaldeans".
 
Political parties of Scoltand
Scotland gained independence in the 1990s and it is a Commonwealth relam and member state of the European Union.

From left to right:

Republican Green Left
Position: left-wing
Ideology: green politics, democratic socialism, eco-socialism, republicanism, left-wing nationalism (majority); social democracy, left-wing populism, pro-Europeanism, soft Euroscepticism (factions).
Origin: merger of the left wing of the Scottish National Party, the Scottish Greens and some moderate and less authoritarian elements from the Scottish Socialist Party and other minor left-wing parties.

Labour Party of Scotland
Position: centre-left
Ideology: social democracy, pro-Europeanism (majority); British confederalism, republicanism (factions).
Origin: successor to the Scottish branch of the Labour party.

Scottish Democrats
Position: centre to centre-left
Ideology: social liberalism, civic nationalism, progressivism, Third Way, green liberalism, pro-Europeanism (majority); social democracy, classical liberalism, European federalism, British confederalism, republicanism (factions).
Origin: merger of the right wing of the Scottish National Party and the Scottish Liberal Democrats.

Moderates
Position: centre-right
Ideology: liberal conservatism, conservatism, economic liberalism, British confederalism (majority); conservative liberalism, social conservatism, classical liberalism, British unionism, pro-Europeansim, soft Euroscepticism (factions).
Origin: heir to the Scottish branch of the Conservative Party.
 
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I'm looking for a list of parties I saw a couple month ago on ah.com, I don't think it's in this thread. It was either a Cascadian or a Californian list of parties that were rather progressive: technocracy, transhumanism, celestial elements. The colours used for the parties in the post were also unsual ones like turquoise. I wonder if any of you would remember..?
 
Congress of Continental Republics
Government type:
Supranational confederal union

The Constitutional Convention of 1787 goes bust after a pro-Shays protest within Philadelphia forces the convention to disband shortly thereafter. Later on, it is agreed that any notion of a united republic is a damned one and, largely, went their separate ways. As tensions with the British Empire rose at the turn of the century, however, the separated states came back together to form a military pact. However, as the war dragged on, it became clear a central authority was needed. So, a new Articles of Congress were drafted by the war's conclusion with a return to status quo. Notably, these new Articles there would be a singular assembly with Vocational Councils assigned to certain members of the assembly (think the Seanad's Vocational Panels in OTL Ireland). A singular President would be elected "popularly"* to serve as the figurative Head of State - the powers of the President of the Congress would only be procedural and diplomatic - while each vocational panel would elect a Chancellor to serve as their head minister. Vocational Councils, and the assembly, would not be popularly elected until the passage of the 7th amendment in 1914 after the Red Cotton Revolution.

Currently, there are 18 member-states of the Congress: Connecticut, Cuba, Domingo, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, South Carolina, Transylvania, Vermont, Virginia, West Florida. There are three states who wish to join the Congress: the Confederation of the Mosquito Coast, Republic of Quebec and the Republic of Sonora.

*This would hold true until the passage of the 5th Amendment in 1879 allowing full propertied men's suffrage, in 1919 with the passage of the 9th Amendment allowing total and full men's suffrage, and then in 1927 with the passage of the 10th Amendment allowing total women's suffrage.

List of Parties for the 1982 Congressional Elections:
  • Continental Conservative Bloc/Bloque conservador continental
    • Leader: Charles Mathias (MD)
    • Ideology: Conservatism, Laissez-Faire economics (Right-wing)
    • Current Seats: 42/100
  • Liberal Party of the Congress/Partido Liberal del Congreso
    • Leader: Raul Castro (CU)
    • Ideology: Liberalism, Liberal Conservatism, Social Liberalism (Centre)
    • Current Seats: 31/100
  • Movement for Socialism - '14/Movimiento por Socialismo de Catorce
    • Leader: Collective Leadership - Angela Davis (NY), Clifton DeBerry (WF), Peter Diamondstone (VT), Martin L. King Jr. (GA), Richard J. Walton (NY)
    • Ideology: Socialism, Anti-colonialism, Soft Continental-skepticism, Separatism (Faction), Gramsci-ism (Faction) (Left-wing to Far-left)
    • Current Seats: 17/100
  • Republican Front/Frente republicano
    • Leader: Benjamin Spock (CT)
    • Ideology: Republicanism (Centre-left)
    • Current Seats: 7/100
  • Reform/Reforma
    • Leader: Lester G. Maddox Sr. (GA)
    • Ideology: National Conservatism, Populism, Continental-skepticism (Far-right)
    • Current Seats: 2/100
  • Party of Liberty/Partido de libertad (New Party)
    • Leader: Roger MacBride (VT)
    • Ideology: Laissez-Faire economics, civil liberties (Economically: Right-wing, Socially: Centre-left)
    • Current Seats: 1/100
 
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List of political parties of the Pacific Republic:
Country Party: Right-wing to far-right, right-wing populism, social conservatism, nativism, nationalism
National Labor Party: Big-tent (economically left-wing, socially right-wing), labor unionism, populism, nativism, nationalism
Progressive-Conservative Party: Center to center-right, progressive-conservatism, centrism, moderatism, social liberalism
Justice Party: Left-wing to center-left, social democracy, progressivism, left-wing populism, anti-imperialism
 
I’m bored and just ate hot dogs,
Hot Dog Condimentium
Ketchup Coalition: Center Left to Center Right, Centrism, Liberalism, Conservatism, Big Tent, Pragmatism
Mustard Party: Left to Center Left, Liberalism, Social Democracy, Democratic Socialism,
Relish Alliance: Right to Far Right, Nationalism, Conservatism, Fascism, Nativism,
Chili Party: Syncretic, Marxist Leninism, Nationalism, Maoism, Fascism, Social Conservatism,
Mayo Club: No, why god please why, who does this, if you do this you’re literally insane, possadism,
 
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