Folket

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General Information
Country Flag-Sweden.jpg Sweden
Abbreviation AKAP
Forum Forum link
Colors Red
Founded September 19, 2009
Dissolved January 15, 2010
Political
Congress Occupancy 0 /40 seats, 0%
Succeeds MSAP
Succeeded By MSAP
Orientation Far-Left
Ideology Libertarian
Party-Folket v2.png

Folket (Eng: The People) also known as Antikapitalistiska Arbetarepartiet, abbr: AKAP (Eng: The Anti-Capitalist Workers' Party), formerly and later known as MSAP, was a left-wing party in Sweden. It has always been a party that stood by the weak and the indigent. As the only left oriented alternative amongst the major parties in Sweden, it has often been pointed out as the common scapegoat, and its members usually stigmatized for their political beliefs. Because of this the party become a target in different situations and taken over on several occasions.

History

On September 19, Per-Fredrik transformed MSAP into the new party - Folket. On October 16, Frida Odinsdottir is elected party president and stays in the office until December. On December 16, josefstark become the party leader, but leads the party only for one month. In January 2010, the party is taken over by Turkish citizens and was never restored as Folket.

Links

Erepublik.com - Folket - Folkets Centralorganisation - Folkets Röst

Erepublik wiki - Manifesto - Folkets Centralorganisation

Forums - Folket at erepublik.se - folket.org