Communist Party of Sabia and Verona
|Founded||28 July 2013|
|Dissolved||23 February 2014|
|Split from||Socialist Party|
|Merged into||Left Alliance|
The Communist Party of Sabia and Verona (Old Sabian: Köműnicmık Mekən nə Cəbya ı Wełona, KMCW) was a short-lived Sabioveronese Marxist-Leninist and anti-Bleuberrist political party. It split from the Socialist Party following the failed self-coup attempt orchestrated by then-Prime Minister Napoléon Bleuberrie, leader of the Socialists, on 28 July 2013. From its foundation to its dissolution, it was chaired by Vinter Jens.
Throughout its existence it was a mostly minoritarian party. It briefly counted with parliamentary representation following its split, in the third legislature, which sat at the Courts from June to October 2013. The Communists didn't contest the September 2013 election.
The party was founded by dissidents of the Socialist Party (Sahoedang), who abandoned its Bleuberrist ideology following Napoléon Bleuberrie's failed self-coup attempt on 25 July 2013. The first party congress of the KMCW was held in Salisse on 28 July 2013. At the congress, Vinter Jens spoke about what the KMCW would represent as a truly communist political party, distinct from the Socialist Party's "corrupt policies". Although originaly not all of the Sahoedang's dissidents opted to join the KPCW, many of them eventually joined the Communist faction and former a group big enough to become an official party. The party was founded officially as a Marxist party, although many of its leaders originally belonged to different Communist schools of thought.
It was chaired by Vinter Jens, who founded the party alongside Léon Galieri and Snø Jens. It was represented by the Jens brothers and Andreina Rossini in the Courts of Sabia and Verona. It was the smallest party of the region after the Pashqari People's Party at the time and it was not represented in the government, although some of its members had held governmental offices in the past. It had members in both regions of the Kingdom. The creation of the party was announced on July 28, 2013 when the first party congress was held. On August 1, 2013 the party was officially registered.
Platform and organization
The party supported the creation of a socialist state in Sabia and Verona, as it was originally intended by the Sabia and Verona People's Movement and before the involvement of the Kingdom of Juclandia in Sabioveronese politics. Although the party claimed to be neutral regarding Sabia and Verona's position in the Kingdom of Juclandia, Jens supported the idea of Sabia and Verona within a non-monarchial Juclandia, also headed by a Communist Party (which may or may not be the Communist Party of Juclandia). It opposed the capitalist economy of both Sabia and Verona and Juclandia. As main inspirations for the party, Jens listed the works of J. B. Fuenmayor as opposed to Rómulo Betancourt and his Democratic Action party.
Micronationally, the party opposeed the involvement of Sabia and Verona into foreign politics and adopted a "self-reliance" ideal of economic and cultural independence in the region.
The party consisted of a Chairperson, a Deputy Chairperson and the Bureau (Łədöż). The first and last Chaiperson and founder of the party was Vinter Jens. Party leaders served for an undefined time, while Deputy Chairpersons served six months and members of the Lədöż served for a year. The first party congress met on July 30, 2013, in which Jens' leadership was ratified. The party counted currently with two offices, one in Salisse, where it was based, and one in Nuevo Berín, Aguasblancas.