Liberal Party (Koss)
|Ideology||Liberalism and unitary state|
|International affiliation||League of Capitalists|
|Seats in Royal Council|
The Party's policies included social welfare policies involving the rights of women and the gay community. Due to all but one territory of Koss being located in the city of Brasilia, the Party advocated an unitary state, a system where the Central Government should be the supreme authority and that the national monarchies should be subjected to it.
The Party, as the name sugests, also promoted liberalism, in which the government should give the highest amount of rights, social and political, to the People. Participatory democracy is also something that the party supported, as it believed that who wished to contribute should, but there is no need to oblige people.
|Lucas Campos||Leader||Crasager||Grand Duke of Koss|
|Luiza Portes||Member||Hortus||Royal Chancellor of Koss|
|Lucas Soares||Member||Renu||Council Minister of Koss|