Daragonian National Party
|Founded||16 march 2020|
|Political position||Social: Right-wing to Far right |
|Colours||Blue and white|
|Slogan||Country, Stability, Democracy!! |
Kintra, Stabilite, Democrasie!
Gwlad, Sefydlogrwydd, Democratiaeth!
Dùthaich, Seasmhachd, Deamocrasaidh!
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The Daragonian National Party is a syncretic conservative political party in Daragonia. The DNP is socially right wing and economically centre-left. The DNP is the main opposition party in Daragonia.
The DNP was founded by Ben Evans on the 16th of march 2020 as the Conservative Party of Daragonia (generally known merely as the Conservative Party), but was renamed due to negative connotations with the name "Conservative Party". The party did not change at all ideologically, and the change was cosmetic. In April 2020, Pryderi Ap Symmo became party leader as Ben Evans stepped down. Ben remained part of the party and retained his seat in the Assembly.
The DNP has a governing board made up of the founders of the party. In addition to this, the party has factions/sub-parties so as to allow members to align themselves to a particular "wing" of the party.
|Party||Symbol||Party Leader||Position||Ideologies||National Assembly|
|Nation||NAT||Ben Evans||Right wing - Far right
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|Heritage||HTG||Tim Dullinger||Far right
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|Christian Democrats||CD||Archibald Sinclair||Right wing||Christian conservatism|
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The DNP describes itself as ideologically conservative, nationalist, communitarian and democratic. It is a republican party, describing the concept of a Daragonian absolute monarchy as "anti democratic" and the concept of a Daragonian constitutional monarchy as "changing the culture of the nation". The party believes in strong borders and the traditional meaning of the ideological label "conservative" - the party rejects individualist forms of conservatism, and espouses a communitarian form of politics. Ben Evans has stated that the DNP would oppose Daragonia joining any international organisation which would restrict the nations independence.
Daragonia is yet to have its first elections.