The Austrian-Serbian Alliance was a political party in Austria. The goal of the party was to create and maintain a peaceful and prosperous Austria for all citizens - no matter where they might be from originally.
The party was later suspended for Erepublik breaking rules.
In October 2008, the Nacionalna stranka Karantanije party was small and ineffective.
A group of Real Life Serbians decided to take ownership of the party as a way to carve out their political voice in the New World.
On November 26, 2008, a new party name, Austrian-Serbian Alliance, was finally chosen and the party orientation changed to best reflect the political aspirations of this expanding party. Non-Serbians have also joined the party, notably Austrian politician Q J Lincoln.
- October 2008 - 3 seats (party still called Nacionalna stranka Karantanije)
- November 2008 - 9 seats
- December 2008 - 18 seats
- January 2009 - 6 seats
- February 2009 - The party was suspended for breaking Erepublik rules