North American Centrist Party

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North American Centrist Party
Chairman Joseph Marx
Founded 17 March 2016
Preceded by North American Liberty Party
Headquarters Wright, Greene
Membership (2016) 4
Ideology Centrism, Internationalism
Political position Centre
Colors Pomp and Power, Gold
Seats in the Senate
4 / 6
Election symbol

The North American Centrist Party, commonly referred to as NACEP, is one of the major contemporary political parties in the North American Confederation.

Founded by ex-Libertines and micronational moderates, the Centrists currently represent the largest portion of the political majority of the Confederation population.

The party is named after centrism, a political outlook or specific position that involves acceptance or support of a balance of a degree of social equality and a degree of social hierarchy; while opposing political changes which would result in a significant shift of society either strongly to the left or the right. Centrism forms the central ideology of the party, though micronational internationalism also plays a major role in their political platform.


Name and Symbols


Chairs of the NACEP

# Chairman Term Start Term End State Notes
1 Joseph Marx 17 March 2016 present Commonwealth of Greene Prime Minister of the North American Confederation, former Chair of the North American Liberty Party.