National Party (New Virginia)
|Party Chairman||Bradley van Dullahan|
|Deputy Chairman||Sertor Valentinus|
|Founded||4 August 2020|
|Headquarters||San Scoglio (unofficial)|
|Ideology||Big tent politics|
Strong central government
|Political position||New Virginian Right|
|Official colors||Blue, gold, white|
|House of Burgesses|
The National Party is the main centre-right political party in the Commonwealth of New Virginia. The National Party is a big tent political movement that is devoted largely to cultural, political and diplomatic growth in New Virginia.
The National Party was founded as the Patriotic League by Edward Jacobs shortly before the first general elections in opposition to the Free Democratic Party. After the elections the Patriotic League joined the national government to help build the nation, proving itself as a stable and responsible party. After leaving the government to build the opposition and the nation the party was reformed into the National Party.
Platform and Policies
The National Party is a big tent that accepts various views. In general, it opposes decentralisation, localism, and regionalism. In general, the National Party sees the unity of the nation as its primary goal. Through that end, it wishes to focus more on a national culture with local subcultures. The key to the National Party's platform is expansionism, the party believes that the nation must rapidly expand to diversify the nation and strengthen its democracy and activity.
|2020||Sir Edward Jacobs||32||21.2%||▲ 2||20%||2nd||Free Democratic|
|2021||Sir Bradley van Dullahan||78||31.7%||▲ 4||46.2%||2nd||Free Democratic|
Chairmen of the National Party
|Number||Picture||Name||Took office||Left office||Notes|
|1||Sir Edward Jacobs
Burgess for San Scoglio
|4 August 2020||15 October 2020||Founder.|
|2||Sir Bradley van Dullahan
Burgess for Helinium
|15 October 2020||Incumbent||Led a series of reforms that saw the Party achieve a record membership.|
Deputy Chairmen of the National Party
- Van Dullahan, Bradley (1 November 2020) Party Platform of the National Party. Retrieved 17 January 2021.