1683 Drak-Modani Fury elections
With the sudden collapse of support from the Nationalists and Humanists, the Modani People's Party suddenly became vulnerable to internal political maneuvering. It was leaked that Teimuraz was planning on appointing all 33 Raspur Pact Parliamentary Assembly delegates himself, which drew criticism from his allies and opponents, with even Supreme Judge Clara Sundara suggesting such a move would result in her using her powers of judicial review. Chancellor Teimuraz no longer seemed invincible as party leader and his life-time appointments in the Fury soon splintered away, resulting in him losing The Fury's confidence triggering riots and protests for elections to be conducted under the old rules. Elections were held between XI.1683 and XII.1683 in all 400 of the 1679 constituencies. The Solidarity and Bagelcratican parties, campaigned together, with the singular goal of shifting Drak-Modan back to the center/center-left. The Bagelcratican party formally absorbed the struggling Laborer party, adopting several of its planks. Hardline humanists abandoned the MPU and voted for BfB. Solidarity and Bagelcratican agreed to form a liberal government under Kamil Gavrilov, Drak-Modan's first chancellor, although the rise in Bagelcratican's popularity, combined with waning anti-Natopian sentiments, suggest that the Bagelcraticans could form the plurality next cycle.
The new Fury will convene in 1684 and is expected to elect Gavrilov as chancellor during its first session.
|SP||Solidarity Party||Kamil Gavrilov||Centrism, Pro-Raspur, Natopian-tolerant, pro-immigration||Blue|
|MPU||The Modani People's Union||Davit Teimuraz||Conservatism, Populist, pro-Raspur, anti-Natopian, non-racist nativists, republicans, Humanism||Red|
|BBP||Benacian Bagelcratican Party||Arslan Djangirov||Progressive, Pro-Raspur, pro-Natopian, Waffel-Paine sympathizers, pro-immigration, free trade||Green|
|BfB||Benacia for Benacians||Boghos Aygul||Reactionary, anti-Raspur, anti-Natopian, racist nativists, tariff system, isolationism||Maroon|