Patriotische Partei Deutschlands
Patriotische Partei (Deutschlands) (PPD) - German for Patriotic Party (of Germany) - is a German center-right party. The party was created after a take-over of the far-right Nationale Partei (National Party) in August 2009. It quickly became one of the most important German parties. After the polish conquest of whole Germany during the World War IV the party was lost but was reestablished soon after liberation.
The official newspaper was called Der Patriot.
A list of PPD presidents and congressman:
|Year||Month||Party president||Mandate||Number of congressmen|
|2009||August||Letnix(1)||1st||11 / 40(2)|
|2009||September||Letnix||2nd||12 / 40(3)|
|2009||October||Hargur||1st||5 / 40|
|2009||November||WillRiker||1st||9 / 40|
|2009||December||WillRiker||2nd||9 / 40|
|2010||February||1st||5 / 20|
|2010||March||2nd||6 / 40|
|2010||April||1st||11 / 40|
|2010||May||1st||6 / 42|
|2010||June||1st||7 / 40|
|2010||July||1st||3 / 40|
|2010||August||2nd||3 / 40|
|2010||September||1st||7 / 40|
- (1)While his first mandate Letnix quit his presidency to move abroad. Meanwhile he was replaced by .
- (2)Vernichter joined PPD immediately after the election, so that the party formally had 12 congressmen.
- (3)Because of eRepublik bugs the party had one congressmen less than it should have.
- (4)Germany was conquered by Poland for a few days so all parties became polish. For the January congress election there were two "unity-parties". Re-establishing of the old parties began in February.
Second patty avatar was revealed on 3rd November 2009.