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National Party of Flandrensis
|National Party of Flandrensis|
Nationalistische Partij van Flandrensis
|Leader||Hein of Giddis (General Secretary)|
|National affiliation||Grand Duchy of Flandrensis|
The NPF is the second oldest political party of the Grand Duchy of Flandrensis. It was original founded in November 2008 by Prime Minister Hein of Giddis. The NPF formed two years a strong coalition with the royalist DRP, after the election in September 2010 the royalists broke the coalition. The nationalist NPF has a lot of influence in Flandrensis and untill 2012 half of the ministers were member of the party.
As result of the political crisis in Flandrensis, the government collapsed on April 30th, 2011. The Parliament and all political parties were dissolved. A year later, the NPF was re-founded by Hein of Giddis and Gwendolien de Loungville as part of the Flandrensisian political revival. But the elections in 2013 were a dissapointment for the nationalists, becoming the third political party in the Senate and the refusal of the royalst DRP to renew the coalition. Still Hein has a lot of personal influence in the Senate and as Prime Minister the NPF had a lot of influence in the development of the constitution and several political reforms.
- Climate, energy, environment
- Ethic and Values
- 2008-2009: 10 votes (old system)
- 2009-2010: 800 votes (new system)
In the first Senate Election (2008) each citizen gave one vote to one party. In the second elections the Senate adopt a new system to vote, each citizen gave 100 votes separated over 4 parties.
- 2010: 12 seats
- 2012: 2 votes (old system)
- 2013: 3 votes (old system)
- Hein of Giddis: Prime Minister (2008-2011)
- Jürgen of Bruggia: Minister of Defence (2008-2011)
- Saar of Ypres: Minister of Economy (2010-2011)
- Gwendolien of Brabantia: Minister of Education (2011)