Politics in the Confederacy has since 1940s been dominated by three major parties. The Conservative Party, representing isolationist social conservatism; the Progressive Party, representing interventionist, social progressive politics; and the Workers', representing labour and trade unions. As a presidential democracy without the capacity for coalition governments, any party with the highest number of votes can take power provided they control beyond a threshold of 5% of all votes. The Confederacy is not quite as much of a two-party system as some other American states however, as other parties have significant support and their aid is often high in demand in parliamentary sessions.
The Confederacy follows a proportional representation-based voting system, allowing for small parties to be more advantaged than they would be in most of the Americas given their FPTP system. Followed are a list of major and otherwise important parties active in the Federal Politics of the Confederate States of the Caribbean.
House of Representatives
Liberal Democratic Party
Status Quo Party
Against making new laws or revoking previous ones
The Red Wave
National People's Party
Welfare State (Only for English and Anglo-Americans)
Communist Anarchism (faction)
Syndicalist Anarchism (faction)