Political parties in Penn
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The Penn Federal Republic identifies itself as a presidential federal republic. Following the ideals of federalism and democracy, the Penn Federal Republic has numerous political parties all across the political spectrum in an effort to better represent the wishes of the nation's citizens. Opposing from a two-party system, the Purcell Administration signed Executive Order 002, authorizing the creation of numerous political parties to attempt to deviate from the two-party system.
List of Political Parties
Many political parties are active in the nation, and new parties are constantly being created, merged, disbanded, and more by the nation's citizens.
|Logo||Name||Ideology||Slogan||Established||Current Leader||Past Leaders||Seat Count||Elections Won|
|N/A||Constitutionalist Party||Centrist||Uphold the Constitution!||2020||Devin Purcell||N/A||2||2 (2020 and 2022)|
|Populares-Conservatives Party||Center-Right||Est Unitatis In Division.||2022||Nicholas Fisher||N/A||1||0|
|N/A||Tolerantia Internationale||Unknown||N/A||2022||Joseph Montgomery||N/A||1||0|
|N/A||People's Power||Right-Wing Nationalism||Hey Nazis, Touch Grass.||2022||Thomas Jacobs||N/A||1||0|
|N/A||Land Down Under||Republican||Do you come from a land down under?||2022||Daniel Carroll||N/A||0||0|
|Put in later||Union of Republic France and Texas||Centrism, Libertarianism, Capitalism||If you're poor, then just get good||2022||Aaditya Joshi||N/A||1||0|
|Socialist Party||Left-wing||for a Better Future||2022||Hunt Powell||Esty Carpentieri||0||0|