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Federal Humanist Party

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Federal Humanist Party
Partido Humanista Federal
Abbreviation FHP
Co-Archon Gerhardt Eugen Seydlitz
Co-Archon Felipe de Almagro
Founded 21.XV.1692 AN
Preceded by
Newspaper Le Nouveau Siècle
Student wing N&H Vanguard Group
Youth wing Young Humanists League
Membership  (1694 AN) 2,049,121
  • Federalism
  • Humanism
  • Corporatism
  • Constitutionalism
  • Pro-Raspur Pact
Political position Centre-right
International affiliation Nationalist & Humanist Party
Official colours      Black      Gold      Purple
Federal Assembly of Nouvelle Alexandrie
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The Federal Humanist Party a centre-right and right-wing Humanist party operating in the Federation of Nouvelle Alexandrie. Established in Parap on 21.XV.1692 AN as a merger of the Nationalist and Humanist Club of the Wechua Nation and various pro-government and federalist cadres in Alduria and Lyrica. Co-chairmen are Gerhardt Eugen Seydlitz and Felipe de Almagro, who replaced Augustus Strong in 1704 AN following the party's defeat in the general election of 1703.

In 1694 AN the FHP reported that it had received membership dues from 2,049,121 citizens of Nouvelle Alexandrie, including 431,666 enrolments in the youth and student branches of the Humanist Vanguard. In the elections of 1693 AN the party had received 47.7% of the total number of votes cast, making it the largest single party albeit one that fell short of being able to secure a majority to govern on its own.



Augustus as Leader

See also: Augustus Strong

Seydlitz as Leader

Almagro as Leader

After leading a successful presidency until 1718 AN, Felipe subsequently became embroiled in a naval procurement scandal whilst serving as Secretary of Defense in the administration of his successor.

Current structure and composition

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Upper Class

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FHP governments

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