Neerlands Hoop

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Neerlands Hoop

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General Information
Country Flag-Netherlands.jpg Netherlands
Abbreviation NH
Founded 12 Sept 2008
Dissolved May 2009 (est)
Political
President RepsaJ
Congress Occupancy 0 /20 seats, 0%
Succeeds Fascitische Partij
Succeeded By [[Gelijkheid Vrijheid Democratie]]
Orientation Far-Right
Ideology Libertarian

Neerlands Hoop was a political party in the Netherlands. This far-right party was created by Werner in October 2008. It was succeeded by Gelijkheid Vrijheid Democratie party, which besides the name changed the orientation as well, sometime in May 2009 (est).

President History

Term started President Note
October 15, 2008 RepsaJ
November 15, 2008 RepsaJ
December 15, 2008 RepsaJ
January 15, 2009 RepsaJ
February 15, 2009 RepsaJ
March 15, 2009 RepsaJ Resigned when he moved to Belgium
March 2009 Hardcore-gabber Interim
April 15, 2009 RepsaJ
May 15, 2009 Flando Changed party name and orientation [?]

History

October 2008

RepsaJ joined the NSAP. He was elected as Party president and renamed the party to Neerlands Hoop. The party grew a lot and got some elected congressman like Hardcore-gabber, maartenw and Gamogenisis.

November 2008

In this month nothing important happened. Party Leader of Neerlands Hoop decided that due very bad elections he should be more active on politics.

December 2008

This month was the first good month of Neerlands Hoop. With 5 Congress members it started to be a serious party. RepsaJ had most votes of that election. RepsaJ run for President and had 13% of the votes.

January 2009

This period the Congress seats stayed stable, again on 5 seats. RepsaJ had again the most votes of the elections (10 votes) and he run for President again with 34% of the votes.

March 2009

Party Leader RepsaJ of Neerlands Hoop leaves to Belgium and Hardcore-gabber becomes the Party president.

May 2009

It is assumed[by andycro] that Flando, the winner of party elections in May 2009 has changed the name and orientation of the party.