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The Legionary Empire of
Democratic Socialists

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Political Parties

Political Parties:

Imperial Legionary Movement
Honorary Leader: Emperor August I the Great

Leader:Marius Codreanu

Ideology:Imperialism, Monarchism, Neo-Legionarism, Christian Democracy, Social Conservatism
Legionarism

Political position: Big-tent

Seats in the Parliament: 57/100

Membership 1,007,000

Status: Opposition

Predecessor: Legionary Movement; Movement for Augustus

Overview: Legionary Movement was founded in June 24th, 1927 by C.Z. Codreanu (1927-1941) as an anticommunist, antimasonic nationalistic movement in Kingdom of Romania. The movement was illegal until 1940 when with the help of Dictator Ion Antonescu the National Legionary State was formed until 1941 when the movement became illegal again. During the Alexandru Jatzkowitch regime, under the rule of Petru Protopopescu (1944-1974) the movement was one of the most important resistance movements in Romanian-Slavia and their ideology became less extremist They founded Legionary Workers' Syndicate that promoted workers' interest organizing strikes, Romanian-Slavian Christian Association that opposed the atheist anti-religious state ideology and promoted christian community right. They supported Yugoslav People Ressistance during The Minorities' Revolution in 1973. The same year the anti-religious ideology was replaced with one promoting religious freedom and the Legionary Movement gained the status of tolerated organization. In 1980, Aleksandr Titovich became president and the organization became illegal again and influential Legionary-affiliated personalities such: Ivan Ionesco (Internal and Law Minister), Nicolae Petrovici (Economy Minister), Florin Hrleț (member of parliament, leader of the movement; 1974-1980), Ludovic Sabău, Constantinian Tifon (members of Parliament), Martin Lațio (vicepresident of Trieste SAR) were arrested. That event split legionaries in more organization. In 1982, Marius Codreanu (1982-), a Military College student claimed himself the leader of the legionaries. In 1989, they supported Free People's Union in a coup against ALEKSANDR TITOVICH. In 1990, Adrian Freon became President, and the organization gained legal status. The newly created political extension The National Christian Party ruled by Florin Hrleț (Prime-Minister, 1990-1991) made a governing coalition with Free People's Union ruled by Adrian Freon. In 1991, Florin Hrleț dies and the members of the party join other parties, in the same year another political extension is founded: Romania Party, but without any significant results. In 1999, the organization gain political party status and in 2000, Marius Codreanu represented the party at the Presidential Elections.


Centrist Socialist Party

Leader: Liviu Simfonescu

Ideology:Centrist Socialism, Conservatism, Nationalism, Social Conservatism

Political position:Centre to centre-left

Seats in the Parliament: 7/100

Membership: 589,000

Status: Opposition


Republican Party
Leader: Luca Freon

Ideology: Republicanism, Neo-liberalism, Capitalism, Economic liberalism, Progressivism

Political position: Centre-Right

Seats in the Parliament: 29/100

Membership:161,000

Status: Opposition


Liberal Party
Leader: Jean Ionesco

Ideology: Social-Liberalism, Economic Progressivism, Conservative liberalism

Political position: Centre

Seats in the Parliament: 0/100

Membership: 288,000

Status: Not parliamentary

Populist Party

Leader: Roland Strobovic

Ideology: Conservative Populism, Participatory Democracy, Economic Democracy

Political position: Big-tent

Seats in Parliament: 0/100

Membership: 187,000

Status: Not parliamentary

"Fire Swastika" Order

Leader: Milan Đorđević

Ideology: National-Socialism, Reactionary Socialism, Anti-Catholicism, Anti-Orthodoxy, Antisemitism, Anti-Communism, Anti-Capitalism, Anti-Monarchy

Political Position: Far right

Seats in Parliament: 0/100

Membership: 92,000

Status: Not parliamentary

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