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League of Communists of Nemkhavia
|Motto: Democracy, Brotherhood, Peace|
|Founded||14th of December 2009|
|General Secretary||Marka Mejakhansk|
|Party Branches||League of Communists of Urkhavsk, League of Communists of Nemkhav-Skajacka, League of Communists of Cooley|
The League of Communists of Nemkhavia, also known as The League, is the current ruling political party of the Socialist Federal Republic of Nemkhavia. The party both formed and came to power on the 14th of December 2009, during the Christmas Revolution, then returning to power with the reformation of the SFR Nemkhavia in mid 2010. It's policies are very much based on the model of Communism used in Yugoslavia and other eastern european nations, rather than following the line of the former Soviet Union.
The Party promotes Unity and Brotherhood among the people of Nemkhavia, and promotes local solutions to local economic issues. This is contrast to other Communist Parties, which insist on one party line in all regions. The regional cells have a large amount of autonomy in order to best respond to the issues that face the people in each area.
The League is also an intermicronational organisation, which also operates a branch of the party in the Slinky Empyre, under the name League of Communists of the Slinky Empyre.
The League as a whole is divided among the different Republics and Provinces of the SFR, and one division abroad. They are as follows
- League of Communists of Urkhavsk
- League of Communists of Nemkhav-Skajacka
- League of Communists of Bosja
- League of Communists of the Slinky Empyre
The Nemkhav League, which supercedes the above Parties has many organs which facilitate it's policy of letting the people's voices and votes count. All of the local branches of the party, while being autonomous in most ways with their own Central Committees and Politburo, ultimately answer to to the Central Committee of the LCN and the Politburo.
National Congress of the League of Communists of Nemkhavia
The National Congress is the most powerful organ of the League. It meets once every three months, usually in the Party Headquaters beside the Old Palace in Astor Impora. All members of the Party are invited to the congress, and it is here that many of the greatest and most important decisions of the Party are made. Usually matters regarding grand policy changes and additions to or deletions from the Party Consitution and Mission Statement are made.
The Congress generally lasts anywhere from two days to a week, depending on the amount and severity of the issues being discussed. Any person can address the Congress, and it individual opinions and points of view are very much encouraged. Usually, the Congress will also have some very nationalistic celebrations, promoting what it is to be a Nemkhav. There is generally a Socialist overtone to such events.
Possibly the most important task of the Congress is voting to select the Central Committee. Any member of the League is eligible to be elected to the Committee. This ensures that the leadership of the Party are entirely elected by the ordinary members.
Central Committee of the League of Communists of Nemkhavia
The Central Committee is elected at the National Congress, and acts as the decision-making body of the party between congresses. It meets once a week. It takes care of the day-to-day running of the Party and has the power to make decisions on behalf of the wider party. It's members act as a guiding light to the rest of the Party. From it's number, it elects the various leadership positions of the Party, the General-Secretary, the Chairman and the various Secretaries with different Party responsibilities. The voting system in the Central Committee is identical to that used in the Congress, a basic vote.
The members of the Central Committee generally occupy positions in both the Party and the Government, more often than not with the same portfolio.
3rd Central Committee of the LCN, elected 29th of July 2010
|Name||Party Office||National Office||Home State||Notes|
|Marka Mejakhansk||General Secretary||President of the Presidium of the SFR Nemkhavia, President of the Socialist Republic of Nemkhav-Skajacka||SR of Nemkhav-Skajacka||Founder of the LCN, founder of the Nemkhav People's Party, father of Nemkhavia, Politburo member.|
|Nicolas Terijo||Chairman||Member of the Red Guard faction of the party.||SR of Urkhavsk|
|Colonel (ret.) Benjamin Pzacman||Secretary of Party Security||Member of the Presidium of the SFR Nemkhavia, President of the Socialist Republic of Bosja||SR of Bosja||Former Commander of the Nemkhav Citizen Army, decorated officer. Architect of the LCN Security Policy and the Defence Plan of the SFR, Politburo member|
|Victor Comask||Secretary of Party Propaganda||TBC||SR of Bosja|
|Andrij Clint||Secretary of Federal Unity||TBC||SR of Bosja||Popular figure across the SFR.|
Politburo of the Central Committee
The Politburo (short for 'Political Buro') is the highest council of individuals in the Party, being elected by the Central Committee. Generally, the Politburo contains the General-Secretary of the Party,the Party Chairman, the Secretary of Party Security and two other members. This group of people is given the authority to make and carry out decisions which require attention immediately, ie: issues that cannot wait to be voted on. The members of the Politburo generally occupy the top positions of the nation, ie: President, Prime Minister, etc.
3rd Politburo of the LCN, Elected 29th July 2010
The LCN Parliamentary Party is the League's representation in the Federal Assembly. It is made up of all the Communist MFA. It carries out the will of the party and ensures that Communist opinions are heard at Assembly level.