Partiet (Eng: The Party, abb: TP) is a political party in Norway, formed in July 2012. Originally it was started with libertarian ideology, but changed it to Totalitarian sometime in 2014 and back to Libertarian sometime later on.
TP works to strengthen Norway’s political system by giving support and encouragement to new players wanting the entry into politics or junior politicians that wish to take on more responsibility.
TP aims to have a fun, open and including community; not only for the politicians, but also for players primarily interested in the other parts of the game.
Every member of TP has an equal vote in deciding their politics.
Main priorities of the party are:
- Upholding a strict, but fair immigration policy.
- Including and providing funding to all Norwegian soldiers, not just those with high strength.
- Securing a balanced distribution of power between Congress and Cabinet.
- Uphold transparency in the activities of the state.
The Party was founded by Endymionis on day 1694, July 10. 2012. He had previously been Party president of the National Liberation Party for 3 consecutive terms. During this time he, along with , moved more than two thirds of the members to other parties in order to successfully block all PTOers in the congress elections.
After this event, Norway’s political scene experienced a renaissance when many new parties with their own ideologies were formed. It also became clear that there was little support to re-establish the Binary Party.
When the National Liberation Party was surpassed by Teknokratene and thus no longer the biggest party in Norway (in terms of members) Endymionis wrote a new party program and renamed NLP, thus creating The Party, which was in favor of Establishing a Nordic Union, The EDEN alliance and an economic system of social programs in balance with moderate taxes that promoted trade.
Endymionis became Party President when he founded the party, in the following election,was chosen as The Party's first elected Party President.
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