Green Party of Quebec
|The Green Party of Quebec|
Socialist Party USED INSIDE QUEBEC
|Slogan||United for all!|
"Arise, Great Country!"
|Founded||8 October 2018|
|Newspaper||The Worker's Paper|
|Youth wing||Communist Youth League of Quebec|
|Armed wing||Quebecois People's Army|
|Official colors||Red, White, Blue and Yellow|
|House of Representatives|
Head of Government Variant Flag
Used when party leader is at head of government
General Use Flag
For public and government use
The Communistic Socialist Party or Socialist Party, is the leading political party in the United People's Republic of Quebec and was founded in the aftermath of the 2018 blue October revolution in the former, Catholique Socialist Republic. It was founded by President of Quebec, Aidan McGrath, as a Socialist party in Quebec.
The Socialist Party of Quebec is strongly left-wing, and are proponents of left-wing politics in Quebec. Though they are named the Communistic Socialist Party, their policies are partially Socialist, Communist and partially Social Democratic.
The People's Party campaigns mainly for increased welfare spending and the state, finding some similar ground with Chinese Parties. As well as this, it denies support of strange rights, such as LGBTQ rights. They pursue a pacifist foreign policy,
The party was founded on 8 of October 2018 after the 2018 Blue October Revolution.
Joining the UICSP
In 3 April 2019 the Socialist Party created a new international to succeed the International Working Union of Micronations. It is the leader party of the new international and has goals to make more Socialist and Communist parties join.
The Quebec Socialist Party holds seven seats in the Supreme Council, It is currently the ruling political party in Quebec, due to it being its only party.
The People's Party is the only party in Québécois history to have the leader of the party or member be President of the republic. the President, Aidan McGrath, had lead the Republic since early January 2019 till the middle of April 2019 and then again in May 2019. His Socialist roots go even further back to when he was president of the Catholique Socialist Republic