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The '''Progressive Coalition''' ([[Sabian language|Old Sabian]]: ''Prögrecıvik Alüak''; [[Pashqar language|Pashqar]]: ''Nashqäbëf Tabëk''), known by the joint Sabian-Pashqar acronym '''PA–NT''', and sometimes called simply '''the Coalition''' was a [[Sabia and Verona|Sabioveronese]] [[w:Electoral coalition|electoral coalition]] of [[w:Centrism|centrist]], [[w:Centre-left|centre-left]] and [[w:Left-wing|left-wing]] political parties formed on 28 June 2013 by the [[Roots Party]] (AEM) and [[Initiative for Democracy]] (AMD), and led by AMD founder [[Ann Stefanović]]. PA–NT was formed to unite the [[w:Progressivism|progressive]] forces opposed to the traditional parties of Sabia and Verona, the [[Socialist Party (Sabia and Verona)|Socialists]] and [[Unity Party|Unity]].
The '''Progressive Coalition''' ([[Sabian language|Old Sabian]]: ''Prögrecıvik Alüak''; [[Pashqar language|Pashqar]]: ''Nashqäbëf Tabëk''), known by the joint Sabian-Pashqar acronym '''PA–NT''', and sometimes called simply '''the Coalition''' was a [[Sabia and Verona|Sabioveronese]] [[w:Electoral coalition|electoral coalition]] of [[w:Centrism|centrist]], [[w:Centre-left|centre-left]] and [[w:Left-wing|left-wing]] political parties formed on 28 June 2013 by the [[Roots Party]] (AM) and [[Initiative for Democracy]] (AMD), and led by AMD founder [[Ann Stefanović]]. PA–NT was formed ahead of the [[Sabioveronese general election, September 2013|September 2013 election]] in the aftermath of the [[2013 Sabioveronese coup d'état attempt|25 July 2013
 
  
to represent opponents of both the government of [[Socialist Party (Sabia and Verona)|Socialist]] [[Napoléon Bleuberrie]] and the [[w:Conservatism|conservative]] [[Unity Party (Sabia and Verona)|Unity Party]]. In 2014 the Coalition has decreased in popularity and by the time it dissolved out of the three parties that composed it only two minor political movements are members of the Coalition. It was founded by [[Ann Stefanović]], leader of the [[Initiative for Democracy]], a centrist [[w:Social liberalism|social liberal]] party and one of PA's founding members. It is Sabia and Verona's first electoral coalition.
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The Progressive Coalition became the largest political force in Sabia and Verona after the [[Sabioveronese general election, September 2013|September 2013 election]], in which Stefanović became [[Prime Minister of Sabia and Verona|Prime Minister]] and the PA–NT received a supermajority in the [[Courts of Sabia and Verona|Legislative Courts]].
  
Following the dissolution of the [[Roots Party]] in 2014 the Coalition was composed of two parties: the [[Initiative for Democracy]] and the [[Pashqari People's Party]]. In 2013 the Progressive Coalition has a membership of 34, and it was the largest political organisation in Sabia and Verona and the second largest in [[Juclandia]] after the [[United Revolutionary Front (Juclandia)|United Revolutionary Front]] of [[Jucărești]]. It was officially dissolved in June 10, 2014 by its last leader and Stefanović's successor, Nürul Man Baaran
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==History==
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The two founding members of the Coalition, the Roots Party and Initiative for Democracy, were young parties formed mere days before the formation of the Coalition. The Roots Party was a merger between the [[Strawberry Party|XAM]] and the [[Free Suyu Front|FSF]], the third and fourth largest parties in the [[Sabioveronese general election, May 2013|May 2013 election]]; Initiative for Democracy was formed by a progressive faction of the Unity Party led by Stefanović.
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Following [[Napoléon Bleuberrie]]'s [[2013 Sabioveronese coup d'état attempt|failed coup d'état attempt]] on 25 July 2013, the Coalition took an aggressively anti-[[Bleuberrism|Bleuberrist]] stance and campaigned heavily against Bleuberrie's Socialist Party. The small [[Pashqari People's Party]] (PMM) joined the Coalition shortly thereafter, on 27 July. Ahead of the [[Sabioveronese general election, September 2013|September 2013 election]], the Coalition chose Stefanović to be their candidate for Prime Minister, office she won comfortably after leading the PA–NT to a landslide victory against Unity; the divided and acephalous Socialists did not participate in the election, and slowly faded into obscurity.
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With the Socialists gone and the Unity Party considerably weakened, the Coalition became the Kingdom's main political force, cemented by the supermajority it had received in the September 2013 election (15 out of 20 seats).
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However, the rule of the Progressive Coalition would not be long; the wave of political change that came from the formation of the [[Federal Union of Juclandian Lands|Juclandian Federation]] resulted in infighting in the Coalition. The Roots Party became divided into a more radical left-wing faction and a moderate, primarily environmentalist faction; the left-wingers soon joined the [[Communist Party of Sabia and Verona|Communist Party]] and the remnants of the Socialist Party to form the [[Left Alliance]] on 24 February 2014. The remaining moderate factions of the AEM formed [[Convergence and Amity]]. Neither party chose to stay in the Coalition, leaving the AMD and the PMM alone.
  
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For its part, Initiative for Democracy lost most of its appeal when Stefanović announced she would not seek a second term as Prime Minister after April 2014. When the AMD chose not to put forward any candidates for the [[Sabioveronese general election, March 2014|March 2014 election]], the PMM became the only force of the Coalition to get representation in the Courts, though it did not run under the Coalition's banner.  
Alliances and co-operation between political parties in Sabia and Verona had been going on since the creation of third parties during the government of [[Osez Kóvérsz]]. The [[Strawberry Party]] (XAM) and the [[Free Suyu Front]] (FSF) were an example of this, and in May 2013 the FSF and the XAM merged into the [[Roots Party]]. On June 2013, the [[Initiative for Democracy]] headed by Ann Stefanović initiated talks with Roots, and in June 28, 2013 both parties held a joint congress in which it was decided they would form a coalition, creating the first electoral alliance in Sabia and Verona. On July 2013 the [[Pashqari People's Party]] became part of the Coalition. Later that month, the Coalition announced they had elected Stefanović to represent them in the [[Sabioveronese general election, September 2013|September 2013 general election]]. PA-NT won the election with 75% of the overall vote, and it became the government coalition in October 1, 2013. The Roots Party dissolved in February 2014 during the transition of Juclandia into the [[Federal Juclandia|Federation]]. When Stefanović's term ended the Initiative for Democracy decided not to participate in the [[Sabioveronese general election, March 2014|March 2014 election]], while the Pashqari People's Party participated on its own. Later during the campaigns PPM leader Lukas Pondstone announced the party had officially left the Coalition. Stefanović made no statements regarding the Initiative's position, and finally in June 2014 PA - NT leader Nürul Man Baraan announced the Coalition's dissolution.  
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On 13 June 2014, the speaker of the Coalition, Nürul Man Baaran, announced the official disintegration of the PA–NT.  
  
 
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Revision as of 02:59, 30 October 2017

Progressive Coalition
LeaderAnn Stefanović
Founded28 June 2013
Dissolved13 June 2014
Merger ofAMD
AEM
PMM
IdeologyProgressivism
Environmentalism
Anti-Bleuberrism
Political positionCentre to left-wing
Official colors     Teal

The Progressive Coalition (Old Sabian: Prögrecıvik Alüak; Pashqar: Nashqäbëf Tabëk), known by the joint Sabian-Pashqar acronym PA–NT, and sometimes called simply the Coalition was a Sabioveronese electoral coalition of centrist, centre-left and left-wing political parties formed on 28 June 2013 by the Roots Party (AEM) and Initiative for Democracy (AMD), and led by AMD founder Ann Stefanović. PA–NT was formed to unite the progressive forces opposed to the traditional parties of Sabia and Verona, the Socialists and Unity.

The Progressive Coalition became the largest political force in Sabia and Verona after the September 2013 election, in which Stefanović became Prime Minister and the PA–NT received a supermajority in the Legislative Courts.

History

The two founding members of the Coalition, the Roots Party and Initiative for Democracy, were young parties formed mere days before the formation of the Coalition. The Roots Party was a merger between the XAM and the FSF, the third and fourth largest parties in the May 2013 election; Initiative for Democracy was formed by a progressive faction of the Unity Party led by Stefanović.

Following Napoléon Bleuberrie's failed coup d'état attempt on 25 July 2013, the Coalition took an aggressively anti-Bleuberrist stance and campaigned heavily against Bleuberrie's Socialist Party. The small Pashqari People's Party (PMM) joined the Coalition shortly thereafter, on 27 July. Ahead of the September 2013 election, the Coalition chose Stefanović to be their candidate for Prime Minister, office she won comfortably after leading the PA–NT to a landslide victory against Unity; the divided and acephalous Socialists did not participate in the election, and slowly faded into obscurity.

With the Socialists gone and the Unity Party considerably weakened, the Coalition became the Kingdom's main political force, cemented by the supermajority it had received in the September 2013 election (15 out of 20 seats).

However, the rule of the Progressive Coalition would not be long; the wave of political change that came from the formation of the Juclandian Federation resulted in infighting in the Coalition. The Roots Party became divided into a more radical left-wing faction and a moderate, primarily environmentalist faction; the left-wingers soon joined the Communist Party and the remnants of the Socialist Party to form the Left Alliance on 24 February 2014. The remaining moderate factions of the AEM formed Convergence and Amity. Neither party chose to stay in the Coalition, leaving the AMD and the PMM alone.

For its part, Initiative for Democracy lost most of its appeal when Stefanović announced she would not seek a second term as Prime Minister after April 2014. When the AMD chose not to put forward any candidates for the March 2014 election, the PMM became the only force of the Coalition to get representation in the Courts, though it did not run under the Coalition's banner.

On 13 June 2014, the speaker of the Coalition, Nürul Man Baaran, announced the official disintegration of the PA–NT.