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Political parties are the foundation of the political system in eRepublik. To reach the in-game party page, access the 'Community' tab from the main menu and clicking on the 'My Party' link. Here you will have options to join or create a party, if you are not already a party member.

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Join a Party

If you click "Join a Party" you will see all of the parties in your country. You can only join a party in your citizenship country. However, if you have active citizenship application pending, you're not able to join any party. Note: Citizens have to be at least 13 (240 EP) to be able to join a party.

Create a Party

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Sometimes you might want to create your own party from scratch. However, in established countries, it is often much cheaper to take over a smaller abandoned party by becoming their Party president and then changing the party's attributes.

When you click "Create Party", you will see the Create Party Screen. The top part of the screen shows:

  • a link to this wiki page;
  • Gold in your personal account and a Buy gold button.

Requirements

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Citizens have to be at least 16 (335 EP) and have Icon-gold.gif 40 GOLD.
In order to create a party, citizens have to be former party members.

Party Details

Enter the following information

  • Party Name - must be 6-30 characters, only letters, numbers, and (! # $ % * ? | . / ^ { } ` ~ & ' + - = _ ). Other special characters are not allowed.
  • Economical Orientation, choose from: Far-Left, Center-Left, Center, Center-Right, Far-Right
  • Social Orientation, choose from: Totalitarian, Authoritarian, Libertarian, Anarchist
  • Party logo - Upload a logo for your party
  • Discussions Area - link to a private forum or an external web address where party members can discuss political activity.
  • Click "Create" to create your party.

Party Page

Party information

Once you join a party, or just browsing through them, you will see the following information:

Info

  • Avatar and name of the party
  • Name of the party president
  • Country of the party
  • Party's national rank (by the member size)
  • Link to the party's discussion area
  • Party titled members, their titles, avatars and names

The Info section shows:

  • Link to the party's wiki page and party description. Note: The link to the page is only shown if there is a party description.
  • Number of members and a link to show all Party members
  • Political orientation
  • Join/Resign - If you are not a member of the party, you will see a "Join" button. If you are a member, you will see the "Resign" button. Note: If you are party president, you will not be able to resign the party until you resign the party presidency.

Elections

Party elections

The elections section is where you can view the election results and see who are the candidates for the upcoming elections, if there are any.

Party Presidency

This section displays:

  • Party president (avatar, username)
  • Show Results button. Click to see the last party election results
  • Number of days until the next party elections will take place and the number of candidates for those elections
  • Show Candidate List button. Click to view the list of candidates for the next party elections

Optionally, this section can also display:

  • Candidate button. If you are a party member, you can see this button and click on it to run for the party president on next party elections.
  • Retire button. If you are already a candidate to become next party president, clicking on this button you will drop out from the race.
  • Resign party presidency button. If you are already a party president, clicking on this button you will resign your position and the member with highest Experience points will take over as party president.

Congress

This section displays:

  • The number of party members in Congress and percentage of the total number of members of Congress
  • Show Results button. Click to see the last Congress election results
  • The number of days until the next Congressional elections
  • Show proposed Congress Candidates button. Link to the list of party members proposed for the congress elections

This section can also have an option for you to become the candidate for congressional elections. For more information about running for Congress, see Voting system#Congress elections

Country Presidency

This section displays:

  • The current country President
  • Show Results button. Click to see the last presidential election results
  • Number of days until the next presidential elections will take place
  • Show Candidate List button. Click to view the Presidential candidates list
  • Your party candidate for the next presidential elections

For more information how to become the presidential candidate, review this requirements.

Party FAQ

  • If a country is conquered by another one, what happens to its parties?
Nothing. Parties stay in the original country and they are fully functional. Even the party president elections will be held if the country is fully occupied.

See also


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Politics

Voting system · Party elections · Congress elections · Presidential elections · President · List of current presidents · Country administration