International of Left-wing Parties

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International of Left-wing Parties (ILP)
ILP logo.png
Logo of the ILP
Meeting place ILP :: Member Chat (Skype)
ILP Subforum ( Forum)

Official languages English

Membership 15 (16 with PIL) political parties

Leader Michael Ònff, Grémmian Labor Party

Ratification of the charter Thursday, 28 May 2015

Objective Making the voice of the minority Left be heard in the micronational community, particularly the Forum.

Official Contacts Michael Ònff (Forum)

The International of Left-wing Parties (ILP) was a political international containing parties of varying left-wing positions, for the purposes of preserving left-wing politics and making official statements on behalf of all members.


Plans for a socialist international started in February 2015 between Rilgar Ompastre, Joseph Puglisi, and Michael Ònff. The three discussed via Skype, planning a "paleosocialist" international which rejected New Left ideologies, which focus less on economic issues and more on social issues. Ònff and Ompastre criticized modern Left ideas, such as multiculturalism and identity politics, arguing they were divisive and detracted from labor interests. The project was eventually scrapped.

On 16 April 2015, a new Skype room was opened, initially containing Ompastre, Ònff, and Maxxwell I of Zelcia Royaume, with the purpose of planning a broader organization, which would accept most Left-wing parties, as defined by a Charter member parties would need to ratify. The new project was primarily driven by the concerns of the original organizers that the political Right had become unchecked in the MicroWiki Community and the Left needed unity in order to improve Left-leaning states.

On 28 May 2015, the ILP was officially established when the founding parties ratified the ILP Charter. The Assembly of Delegates continued to meet on Skype until until 4 July 2015, when it moved operations to the MicroWiki Forums.

Membership at dissolution

Country Party Abbr. Delegate Government
Akebar Balätapalet Pöpa Leykbaränik BPL Rilgar Ompastre (President) in government
Covanellis Social Democratic Party of Covanellis SDPC Bailey McCahon (President) in government
Greater Ridd Provisional Party of Greater Ridd PPGR Dafydd Jones (Imperial Director-General) in government
Grémmia Grémmian Labor Party GLP Michael Ònff (Captain regent) junior party in government
Humanytaria Presidency of Humanytaria PH Radia I (President) in government
Kelman Raymond Order RO Liam Raymond (Archduke) in government
Malavnia Social Democratic Party of Malavnia SDPM Dragošlav Križ (Prime Minister) in government
Mancunia Royal Party of Mancunia Monarchist James I (Duke of The Den) junior party in government
Paravia Imperial Government of Paravia IGP Patrick (I) Renwick (Emperor) in government
Rikuchar Freedom Left Party JGGR Netwafekzră I (Ijiv) junior party in government
Sorrenia Unified Sorrenian Workers Party USWP Miles of Sorrenia (President) in government
Usi Independent Usian Leftists' Party IULP Gabriel Pelger (Head of Executive) junior party in government
Valkadia Valkadian Democratic Socialist Party VDSP Cianan (President) in government
Victoria All Parties EOV Mason Ansari (Prime Minister) in government
Zelcia Royaume Government of Zelcia Royaume GZR Maxxwell I (Roi) in government

Via the Party of the International Left

Country Party Abbr. Delegate Government
Abelden New Democratic Party of Abelden NDPA Andrew Janiszewski in government
Hortania and Sinoland Party of the Hortanian Left PHL Andrew Janiszewski in government
Saint-Castin Progressive Party PPU Dominic Desaintes in government
Sorrenia New Democratic-Liberty Party of Sorrenia NDLP Andrew Janiszewski in opposition at time of dissolution (Defunct)
Suntrain Socialist Party of Suntrain (Inactive) SPS in government
Zirconic Party of the Zirconian Left PZL Andrew Janiszewski in government

Members which left the ILP

Country Party Abbr. Delegate Government at time of withdrawal
Bromenia (defunct) Bromeni Workers Party BWP Mattias Kočjek (President) in government at time of dissolution
Humanytaria Peace Front PYP Grace Nelson (Current minister of culture) junior party in government
Humanytaria Socialist Originals ORLS No delegate appointed junior party in government
Mcarthia Mcarthian Working Democratic Party MWDP Kit McCarthy (President) in government
Nedland (defunct) Labour Party of Nedland LPN Ned Gunderson (President) in government at time of dissolution
Vjesi (defunct) Environmental Co-operation of Vjesi ECV Stewart Smith (Tsar) in government at time of dissolution