Reform Party (Quebec)

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Reform Party
PresidentAbrams Wiucki-Dunswed
SecretaryJack Morris
Founded14 August 2019
Dissolved14 August 2019 (1 1/2 hours later)
Preceded byQuebecois National Congress
NewspaperThe Daily Reform
Membership2 (2019)
Political positionCentre-right
Colours  Purple
Supreme Council
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The Reform Party was a minor Quebecois centre-right political party that lasted a total of 1 1/2 hours. It advocated for the People's Federation of Quebec to turn capitalist and wished to become the ruling party under a big tent conservative system.

The 2 and only members were the President and the Secretary, Abrams Wiucki-Dunswed and Jack Morris respectfully.


Leon Montan, a Supreme Council member introduced the motion of Quebec becoming a one-party Marxist-Leninist state, which would render the Reform Party abolished. This motion was ultimately passed, making both Wiucki-Dunswed and Morris dissolve the party and leave office as Premiers of Socialist Republics. Montan claimed this to be a Cultural Revolution, since the revisionists were purged from Quebec. The motion was later revoked by the President of Quebec, Aidan McGrath, and got enraged at Montan, they had a conversation and were afraid what Wiucki-Dunswed was going to do with the Reform Party. Aidan later apologized to Wiucki-Dunswed for the motion being passed.