Political parties of Juclandia

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Juclandia is a multi-party democracy. With a greater number of factions, Juclandia has developed numerous political parties, their number being currently situated at five, out of which all are part of the Great National Assembly. Despite their number, they are grouped in three wider factions: Socialists, Conservatives and Liberals. The parties activate mostly in the Juclandia Region, Cipimania being a non-partisan direct democracy.

Usually all parties that compete in an election get seats in the Great National Assembly, the Law requiring an electoral threshold of 5% (9 votes). Because of the system, since the multi-party era started, all Governments were formed by coalitions.

List of current parties

Party Logo Short name Leader Foundation Date Position
Colours Great National Assembly
Popular Unity Front ProgJuclandia.png FUP / FRUNIP Ovia Bogi February 23, 2014 The Left purple
60 / 159
United Revolutionary Front FRU.png FRU / FREVUN Gori Jucărescu June 3, 2013 The Right dark red
51 / 159
Democratic Renewal Front FREDEM.png FRD / FREDEM Leo Libereanu August 8, 2012 The Centre green
27 / 159
Union of Independent Citizens Independents N/A January 15, 2015 N/A light gray
21 / 159

The number of members is equal with the number of seats in the Great National Assembly

Historical parties

Before the political system was reshuffled in 2014, there were five parties that promoted traditional ideologies. In 2014, Juclandia's society adopted new, non-traditional ideologies that fit better with Juclandian philosophy and culture.

Throughout Juclandia's history, the following parties also existed:

  • Communist Christian-Democratic Ecologist Party - predecessor to the Socialist Christian-Democratic Party;
  • Christian Democratic Union - merged with New Democracy to form New Democracy - Christian-Democratic in 2012;
  • New Democracy Movement - merged with the Christian Democratic Union to form ND-CD;
  • Liberal Democratic Party - merged with the National Liberal Party to form the Democratic Liberal Ecologist Party;
  • National Liberal Party (Ecologist) - merged with the Liberal Democratic Party to form the Democratic Liberal Ecologist Party;
  • Liberal Democratic Ecologist Party - merged with independent organisations to form the Liberal Alliance;
  • National Reform Party - absorbed by the Socialist Christian-Democratic Party;
  • Conservative Party - absorbed by the Democratic Party;
  • National Peasants' Party - absorbed by the National Liberal Party