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Majapahit | Political Parties


Since the inception of modern multiparty democracy in 1886, the ratification of the Imperial Framework (constitution) in 1915, and the subsequent amendment of the Framework in 1946, several political parties and organisations have been founded and dissolved in Majapahit as the primary means of accomodating various political aspirations of Imperial citizens. They compete for seats in the Council of Representatives, the lower chamber of Majapahit's bicameral legislative body, the Imperial Assembly. Presently, the 43rd Imperial Assembly is composed of four major political parties; four smaller parties hold seats in Commonwealth (subnational) assemblies; and one party has been banned and dissolved.
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Major Parties in the Council of Representatives


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Imperial Unity Party
Partai Persatuan Kemaharajaan

Sri Indra Thohir,
Imperial Premier

Pan-Nusantaranism
Constitutional Monarchism
Paternal Democracy
Regulated Market

Government coalition in Parliament,
102/220 seats (46,3%)

Present in regional assemblies:
8/8 Commonwealth legislatures

Greater Majapahit Movement
Gerakan Majapahit Raya

Harshadana Subianto,
Grand Commander

National Populism
Militarism
Social Conservatism
Corporatist Economics

Government coalition in Parliament,
26/220 seats (11,8%)

Present in regional assemblies:
2/8 Commonwealth legislatures

National Solidarity-Democratic Action Party
Partai Aksi Demokratik-Solidaritas Nasional

Ersagani Wayanaputri,
Party Chairwoman

Social Liberalism
Parliamentarianism
Pacificism
Laissez-Faire Economics

Opposition coalition in Parliament,
52/220 seats (23,6%)

Present in regional assemblies:
6/8 Commonwealth legislatures

Civil Labour Union
Serikat Pekerja Sipil

Soetan Malaka Satriya,
General Secretary

Radical Socialism
Republicanism
Welfare State
Socialist Economy

Opposition coalition in Parliament,
40/220 seats (18,1%)

Present in regional assemblies:
5/8 Commonwealth legislatures

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Minor Extraparliamentary Parties


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People's Justice and Freedom Party
Partai Keadilan dan Kebebasan Rakyat

Johannes T. Wambai,
Senior Chairman

Liberal Progressivism
Constitutional Monarchism
Anti-Communism
Cooperativist Economics

Present in regional assemblies:
7/8 Commonwealth legislatures

All-Majapahit Hindu-Buddhist Congress
Kongres Hindu-Buddha Seluruh Majapahit

Desak Made Sulastri,
Congress Chairwoman

Hindu-Buddhist Nationalism
Pacifism
Welfare State
Regulated Market

Present in regional assemblies:
4/8 Commonwealth legislatures

Southeastern Catholic Party
Partai Katolik Tenggaranusa

Paulus Nong Susar,
Party Chairman

Christian Democracy
Social Conservatism
Anti-Communism
Social Market Economy

Present in regional assemblies:
2/8 Commonwealth legislatures

United Malays Islamic Assocation
Sarekat Islam Melayu Bersatu

Abdul Muhaimin Iskandar,
Association Leader

International Pan-Islamism
Consensus Democracy
Welfare State
Social Market Economy

Present in regional assemblies:
3/8 Commonwealth legislatures

Majapahit Communist Party
Partai Komunis Majapahit

Munawar Musso (1932),
General Secretary

Marxism-Leninism
Proletarian Internationalism
Anti-Capitalism
Command Economy

Dissolved and outlawed (1932)

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