United Bushi of Nihon

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United Bishi of Nihon

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General Information
Country Flag-Japan.jpg Japan
Abbreviation UBN
Colors White, red, blue
Founded 16 December 2008
Dissolved 15 October 2009
Congress Occupancy 0 /0 seats, 0%
Succeeds Green Japan
Succeeded By Democratic Party of Japan
Orientation Center-Left
Ideology Libertarian

United Bishi of Nihon is a defunct Political Party in Japan.

This party had a brief reappearance following the September 2009 Party President Election. However, it's fame comes mostly from the Presidency of Hitoshi Makoto between December of 2008 to February of 2009. As a Top 5 Party, it elected in a sizable contingent before being renamed to the Liberal Party of Japan.


The Stage is Set

The Bushido Party was strong under its famous founder Yamato Suzuki. South Korea was conquered, and Japan was prosperous. After Tanaka took power, however, this all changed. At first, he was an active leader. He had held high esteem in Japan and in Bushido.

The Death of Tanaka

Tanaka soon grew inactive and eventually died. Three members of Bushido then decided it was their duty to rule Bushido. Sean Tan, Utyp4, and Hitoshi Makoto.

Duel for Power

The Party President elections rolled around and the three campaigned. Utyp had become inactive, and was soon dismissed as a possible leader. Sean realised it was impossible to win, and he threw his support behind Hitoshi. Since Tanaka was inactive (though still candidate), he had no campaign. So Hitoshi was the new leader of The Bushido Party.

A Time for Change

On December 16, 2008, Hitoshi decided that this name was obsolete. He changed his party's name into United Bushi of Nihon. This was a fresh new look for the party.