Monarchist Party (Cycoldia)

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Monarchist Party
AbbreviationMP
LeaderChristina I & II
Deputy LeaderKevon Burnett
SpokesmanRafe Burfield
FounderChristina I & II
Founded5 May 2019
Membership20
Ideology
Political positionCentre-left
Colors  Purple,   Gold
Prime Minister
1 / 1
General Assembly
9 / 15
Non-Voting Assembly
3 / 5
House of Lords
10 / 19

The Monarchist Party is the governing political party in the Grand Republic of Cycoldia and has kept a majority in the General Assembly throughout Cycoldian history.

History

The Monarchist Party was formed following the creation of the General Assembly and very quickly took a full unanimous lead of the body. It later lost this after the first Prime Minister left the party, founding the first opposition party of the Democratic Party. The party has retained the position of Prime Minister since Avery Prasatik took office

Monarchist Coalition

The Monarchist Coalition was formed as a result of Brandon Mierzwa's entry into the party, as it then allowed for independent members of the General Assembly to caucus with the Monarchist Party and be displayed as Monarchist Party, without officially being a member of the party. Brandon Mierzwa currently is the only member of the Monarchist Coalition who sits in the General Assembly, and is considered to be a member of the Monarchist Party for all intensive reasons other than official membership.

Leadership

Image Name Term of office Elections Government
When taking office When losing office Term length General Assembly House of Lords
Christina I & II 5 May
2019
Incumbent 5 years, 77 days 2019 May Unanimous N/A[a]
2019 Sep Supermajority
2020 Mar
2020 Sep Majority
2021 Mar Supermajority
2021 Sep
2022 Mar
2022 Oct Majority
2023 Mar
2023 Sep
2024 Mar
2024 Jun

Electoral History

Election Seats Leader
General Assembly +/- Status
2019 May
20 / 20
Increase 20
Unanimous Christina I & II
2019 Sep
16 / 20
4
Supermajority
2020 Mar
16 / 20
Steady 0
Supermajority
2020 Sep
12 / 20
4
Majority
2021 Mar
16 / 20
Increase 4
Supermajority
2021 Sep
14 / 20
2
Supermajority
2022 Mar
8 / 10
6
Supermajority
2022 Oct
7 / 10
1
Supermajority
2023 Mar
8 / 10
Increase 1
Supermajority
2023 Sep
8 / 10
Steady 0
Supermajority
2024 Mar
8 / 10
Steady 0
Supermajority
2024 Jun
10 / 15
Increase 2
Supermajority

References

Footnotes
  1. The House of Lords did not exist at this time and was established by the Lords Act of 2022