Kageki Minshutou

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Kageki Minshutou

Party-Kageki Minshutou.jpg
General Information
Country Flag-Japan.jpg Japan
Abbreviation KMT
Newspaper Mainichi Koujin
Forum Forum link
Colors Red, White
Founded April 2009
Dissolved 2009
Congress Occupancy 0 /0 seats, 0%
Succeeds Japanese Labour Party
Orientation Center-Left
Ideology Libertarian

The Kageki Minshutou (Eng. Radical Democratic Party) was a political party of Japan that formed out of the Japanese Labour Party by its president Kokawayoshi Makoto. The party represented a radical democratic agenda and was led by Kokawayoshi Makoto and later by Kitarou and JackChurchill.

The Manifest of the Kageki Minshutou

Since it's creation, the Kageki Minshutou has stood for progressive, sensitive, down-to-earth politics that have the common citizens of Japan in mind. The Kageki Minshutou strives to create a better Japan for all of its inhabitants whether they have freshly arrived or are industrial pillars of the Japanese society. After the takeover of the KMT by criminal Mafia elements and its resurrection at the hands of dedicated politicians, the Kageki Minshutou has decided to establish this manifest as a foundation for all our political activity and as the guiding principle of our strive for the betterment of Japan.

The manifest was taken from The Manifest of the Japanese Labour Party, exactly copying the following chapters:

  • Democratic Participation
  • Education & Bilingualism
  • Food
  • Economy
  • Labour Unions

The success and the end

Kageki Minshutou had several successes. On the presidential elections, Kokawayoshi Makoto got successfully elected three times in a row, in May, June and July 2009.

On the Congress elections, the party also won:

After July 2009, the party started to slowly lose its power and eventually disappeared from the political stage.