Intermicronational Socialist Forum

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Intermicronational Socialist Forum
ChairmanBarnaby Hands (informally), none (de facto)
Vice-Chairmannone (de jure) Cal Sewa (informally)
Secretarynone (de facto) Leopold Deuff (unofficially, from 2020 to 2022)
Founded7 July 2011 (As the Socialist InterMicronational)
DissolvedNone (de jure) Inactive (informally) 2013 (de facto)
HeadquartersVassergrad, Tiana (de jure) unlocatable (de facto)
NewspaperNone
Membership (parties)5
IdeologySocialism[1]
Anti-capitalism
Anti-fascism
Political positionLeft-wing
ColorsRed

The Intermicronational Socialist Forum (ISF), also known as the Micronationale was an association of micronational parties established to unite Socialist parties in mutual support and aid. It was founded on 7 July 2011 by Håkon Lindström and Joseph Puglisi as a response to the founding of the Liberal InterMicronational by Bradley of Dullahan and later the League of Capitalists. It is informally organized and meant as a platform for discussion and mutual support between micronational socialist parties. The ISF as an organization is currently suspended from activity.

History

The ISF was founded as the Socialist InterMicronational on 7 July 2011, as a response to the founding of the Liberal InterMicronational. The SIM, despite never having been formally disbanded, went inactive within days.

In January 2012, however, after prompting from Ciprian C., Joseph Puglisi and others began to work on reviving the SIM as the ISF, due to the founding of the League of Capitalists. In the next years, a lot of member parties of ISF are dissolved.

Members

The following is a list of members of the ISF

Current members

Country Name Government Notes
Bartonian Eco Flag.jpg Bartonia Bartonian Socialist Party Yes in government
Lostislandflag.jpg Lostisland Communist Party of Lostisland No in opposition
Flag of Pristinia.png Pristinia National Freedom Party hung government equal seats as independents and CRM
Senyaflag.png Senya Bolivarian Party of Senya Yes senior party in coalition

Historical members

Country Name Government Notes
 Austenasia Theodorist Party of Austenasia (2012-2014)
Dissolved
[2]
Holds Prime Ministership
Flag of Burkland.png Burkland Communist Party of Burkland (2011-2019)
Dissolved
Flag of Dale Republic.png Dale Woking People's Nationalist Party (2012)
Dissolved
File:Danesland flag.1.png Danesland People's Communist Party of Danesland (2011-2012)
Dissolved
Flag-of-Juclandia.png Juclandia Communist Party of Juclandia (2007-2015)
Dissolved
Jailavera flag 2020.png Jailavera Logo LCJ 1 - copie.png Jailaverian Communist League (2017-2021)
Dissolved
De jure member, de facto it was'nt membrer
Imperial Republic Flag Wiki.png Nemkhavia Union of Nemkhav Communists (2012-2013)
Dissolved
Formerly the Democratic Revolutionary Front
Flagv3.png New Europe New European Socialist Party (2011-2013)
Dissolved
 Suverska Libsoš Party (2014-2019)
Dissolved
Observer member
Tiana.png Tiana Communist Party of Tiana
Dissolved
Tiana.png Tiana Socialist Labor League
Dissolved
Zealandian flag.png Zealandia Left Party of Zealandia (2012)
Dissolved
Zealandian flag.png Zealandia Communist Party of Zealandia (2012)
Dissolved
Holds Prime Ministership
Jailavera flag 2020.png Jailavera Logo LCJ 1 - copie.png Jailaverian Communist Party (2021-2022)
Dissolved
De jure member, de facto it was'nt membrer
Jailavera flag 2020.png Jailavera Logo of Unified Socialist Communist Party - Jailavera (since 2022).png Unified Socialist Communist Party (Jailavera) (26-27 January 2022)
Dissolved
De jure member, de facto it was'nt membrer

Notes and references

  1. Refers to revolutionary and democratic socialism, not the Social democracy of the SI
  2. Although there are political parties in Austenasia, there is no official system of partisan government. Although the Prime Minister is a member of the party, it was founded after he was elected and holds no formal position of power within the Empire.