City Party

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City Party

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General Information
Country Flag-North Korea.jpg North Korea
Abbreviation CP
Founded 17th May 2009
Dissolved End of 2009 (est)
Political
Congress Occupancy 0 /0 seats, 0%
Succeeded By Macedonian Phalanx Party
Orientation Center-Left
Ideology Authoritarian

City Party was a Center-Left political party of North Korea which subscribed to the Authoritarian ideology. It was the largest political party in North Korea both in terms of membership and in terms of Congress seats. City Party is also the official anti-political takeover party for the benevolent citizens of North Korea, which was founded by Afanasiy Drago.

The party includes members from several nations as well as members of the Fires of Heaven Guild Message Board, introduced to Erepublik by former United Kingdom Minister of Foreign Affairs Goku_Jones. Several highly experienced citizens are also members of the City Party including former French congressman Kirill Nowakovski and former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom malta_1990.

It would later be renamed to the Macedonian Phalanx Party, having 114 members and 12 out of the 20 seats in Congress at that time.

Later on, sometime in Summer 2010, the party was re-established under new ID (3190) and existed until the end of 2011.

History

May 2009

Many anti-TO and politically moderate people joined this centrist party including the Fires of Heaven clan introduced to Erepublik by former United Kingdom Minister of Foreign Affairs Goku_Jones.

June 2009

City Party came second in North Korea's first presidential elections. The PTO candidate was impeached less than 48 hours after being elected and Afanasiy Drago took control.

July 2009

City Party came first in North Korea's second presidential elections, which meant that Afanasiy Drago remained as the Country President.