Pirate League (Abelden)
|First Mate||Chase Nanatovich|
|Founded||30 May 2020|
|Dissolved||10 July 2020|
|Split from||Liberty Front|
|Colours||Purple and Green|
The Pirate League (German: Piratenbund), also known by its acronym as the PL, was a left-leaning federal political party in Abelden, with state affiliates in Tusmore and Rai. It was registered as a party with the Reichswahlkommission, Abelden's electoral body, on 30 May 2020. Connor Stumperth was the leader of the party from its registration to its disbandment. Alongside the Liberty Front, it was part of Concordia. The party dissolved on 11 July 2020 in the aftermath of Concordiagate. Many former members of Pirate League would go on to form the Confederals.
The Pirate League was founded on 30 May 2020 as a breakaway from the Party of Royalists and Greens by Connor Stumperth, speaker of the Reichsversammlung. Other founding members included Chase Nanatovich and Tarik Karjasari, Grand Duke of Rai.
According to its party charter, the Pirate League stood for a number of policies commonly associated to pirate politics, namely the promotion of e-democracy, greater transparency (including the use of open source software for Abeldane affairs), and freedom of information. It also supported environmental policies and further protection of Abelden's natural and protected areas, increased political attributions for the Imperial legislature, furthering the economic development of the Empire, and an increased ceremonial role for the Abeldane constitutional monarchy.
The Pirate League's associated party in Rai, the Batu Party, stood for increased devolution to federal states and the promotion of state culture.
|2020 II||Connor Stumperth||???|
|2020 II||Brandon Wu||???|
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- ↑ Karjasari, Tarik (30 June 2020). "Renwick resigns as Concordia wins supermajority in Reichsversammlung". L'Sydunche. Retrieved 30 June 2020.