National People's Congress (Vishwamitra)

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National People's Congress
PresidentRory McPhail
Vice PresidentPrince Abhiraj
Parliamentary LeaderFarhaz Hazarika
Founded25 December 2017 (4 years ago) (2017-12-25)
(as Friends Societal Congress)
Merger ofFSFP  • FSFP  • FSIP
IdeologyBig Tent
Secularism
Political positionCentre to Centre-left
National affiliationNational People's Alliance
Parliament
15 / 20
Party flag
National People's Congress - Flga.png

The National People's Congress, also known by its acronym as NPC is one of the two principal parties of the State of Vishwamitra. It was initially founded as the Friends Societal Congress on 25 December 2017 by then President Dhrubajyoti Roy who then became the Prime Minister. The party won the first General Elections in 2018 which was coincidentally it's first contested elections, in which it aligned with the Friends Society Secular Party.

Since, then the party had consecutively won all general and presidential elections held. On 21 March 2018, the Friends Society Freedom Party led by Arnab Sil decided to merge with the Congress. Post elections, the Friends Society Independent Party also decided to merge with the Congress. On the eve of the 2019 March General Elections, the Friends Society Secular Party led by Tanishkaa Patranabish also decided to merge the party with the Congress.

On 3 March 2020, the Friends Societal Congress was renamed to the National People's Congress.

Leadership

Presidents

The President of the National People's Congress is the highest office-holder in the party and the chief decision maker within the party. The President is responsible for approving any decision related to the party. The first person to serve as the president was Dhrubajyoti Roy, who led the party from its establishment until June 2020. The current office of President of the NPC, is temporarily vacant.

No. Name To From
1 Dhrubajyoti Roy 25 December 2017 7 June 2020
2 Princess Anoushkaa 8 June 2020 5 March 2021
3 Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu 6 March 2021 11 July 2021
4 Farhaz Hazarika 11 July 2021 12 December 2021
5 Rory McPhail 12 December 2021 Present

Executive committee

The President is assisted by a board of members which is the executive council of the party. The current committee was formed with the appointment of Farhaz Hazarika as the President on 11 July 2021. The current executive committee comprises of:

  1. Rory McPhail - President
  2. Prince Abhiraj - Vice President
  3. Farhaz Hazarika - Chairman of the Central Committee & Leader of the House
  4. Princess Anoushkaa - Chairperson of the Parliamentary Committee
  5. Jayden Dagsa - General Secretary
  6. Michal Nowacki - Deputy General Secretary
  7. Tucker Gladden - Spokesperson
  8. Tyler Mullins - Spokesperson

Electoral performance

Presidential Elections

Election year Candidate Votes Percentage Rank Outcome
2018
Dhrubajyoti Roy
1,410 / 2,000
70.5
1st
Elected
2019
781 / 1,000
78.1
1st
Elected

General Elections

Election year Candidate Seats won Percentage Rank
2018
Dhrubajyoti Roy
13 / 26
50%
-
Draw
2019
Tanishkaa Patranabish
18 / 28
64.28%
1st
2019
(By-polls)
3 / 4
75%
1st
2020
34 / 35
97.14%
1st
Mar 2021 Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu
11 / 20
55% 1st
Nov 2021 Farhaz Hazarika
17 / 20
85% 1st

Mergers

Name of the party Leader Date of merger Notes
Friends Society Freedom Party Arnab Sil 20 March 2018 The party merged into the National People's Congress, formerly known as the Friends Societal Congress on the eve of the General Elections 2018 and decided to contest the elections as one.
Friends Society Independent Party Sarala Baishya 21 March 2018 The party merged into the National People's Congress, formerly known as the Friends Societal Congress on 21 March 2018, following the party's failure in the General Elections.
Friends Society Secular Party Tanishkaa Patranabish 16 March 2019 The party merged into the Friends Societal Congress, following the breakout of 5 MPs from the ruling government and the formation of the Independent Party on the same day.