Nye Norge

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General Information
Country Flag-Norway.jpg Norway
Abbreviation NN
Founded Unknown
Dissolved 2013
Political
Congress Occupancy /
Succeeded By Liber8
Orientation Center-Right
Ideology Libertarian

Nye Norge (abbr. NN) was one of the top 10 largest parties in Norway.

History

The party was originally started in 2008/2009 and lasted until September/October 2009 when Finland conquered Norway. When Norway was liberated, party members from NN worked together with Teknokratene (711) and Gullpartiet (138) members to create a unique party, so Binary Party was created. Some time after the Binary party ended it is believed that the idea to restart Nye Norge was born and it was finally restarted under its last ID (3275) in the summer of 2012 and the party managed to last until the end of 2013.

First edition

Information has been lost.

Second edition

After May 2012 Congress elections, when Anti-Espionage Electoral Alliance (A.E.E.A.) party secured the highest number of seats in the Congress, the idea to rebrand the party as Nye Norge was created. It is unsure whether the transformation occurred under Ursidae Polar (party president in May) or fredrikz (party president in June), but it is for sure that reborn Nye Norge participated for the first time in June 2012 Congress elections.

The party managed to last until September 2013, when it was transformed into Free Liberty party, most likely by its last party president - Akashaton.

Party president

Party president Term Notes
fredrikz June 16, 2012 - July 1, 2012 Resigned mid-term[1]
Kallespann July 1, 2012 - August 15, 2012 First presidential elections and first win - Ursidae Polar elected President of Norway
For August election, instead of supporting Ursidae for re-election, Kallespann supported himself instead and lost.
Akashaton August 16, 2012 - November 15, 2012
Ursidae Polar November 16, 2012 - December 15, 2012
fredrikz December 16, 2012 - April 15, 2013
Akashaton April 16, 2013 - September 15, 2013 Party renamed to Free Liberty