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Duighan People's Party of Morality
Diuiegihaeaennah Pieopilemah's Piaertiynah ofmah Moraelietiynah
ChairmanHarold Duighan
SloganFor Freedom, we shall fight!
FoundedNovember 2 2020 - January 12, 2021
Headquarters
NewspaperO'Duighan State News Agency
Youth wingDuighan National Youth
Armed wingDuighan People's Army
Membership  (2020)1
IdeologySocial Moralism, Monarchism
Political positionCenter-Right
OppositionIndependents
Official colors     Red,      Yellow, and      Black
People's National Committee
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Party flag
DPM Flag.png

The Duighan People's Party of Morality was a political party in the Great States of O'Duighan. It was formed by Harold Duighan, as a product of Harold's plans to reform the nation and bring it towards a more socialist government, centered around his home-grown ideology, Social Moralism. It was formed after it broke off of the old Social Moralist Party of O'Duighan, which itself was formed after it broke away from the Christian State Party.


Politics

The party's main goal is to form a socialist state. It's beliefs mainly surround ideas of Libertarianism, Egalitarianism, and Planned Economies. It aims to create a society where all peoples are able to live freely and equally, and where they do not have to live in fear of government persecution. It also focuses on Duighan Nationalism, and hopes to help grow the Duighan national identity, as well as create a Duighan state.

History

The party was formed on November 2, 2020.
It was dissolved on January 12, 2021 after Harold Duighan declared a Fascist State in O'Duighan. It was merged into the Fascist party known as the National Moralist Party of O'Duighan.

Influence

The party's influence is small, however, it has been growing a bit, and hopes to eventually dominate the People's National Committee.

Electoral representation

The party has one seat in the People's National Committee.

Electoral history