The Kingdom of Montenbourg- Factbook



  • Political Parties: Green Party of Montenbourg.

    The Green Party of Montenbourg commonly known as the greens, is a green federation of political parties. The party promotes green politics, specifically environmentalism, nonviolence, social justice, participatory, grassroots democracy, gender equality, LGBT rights, anti-war and anti-racism. On the political spectrum, the party is generally seen as left-wing. Was founded in 2001 as the evolution of the Association of State Green Parties, which was formed in 1996.

    The Greens gained widespread public attention during the 2016 elections endorsing the CMP-Liberal Coalition an wining provincial seats, under a movement to stop the Nationalitz Party.

    Principles, and Current Policies:

    The Greens follows the ideals of green politics, which are based on the Four Pillars, namely ecological wisdom, social justice, grassroots democracy and nonviolence. The declaration of principles explain that Greens have a vital role in bringing democracy to the otherwise undemocratic two party system of the Kingdom of Montenbourg; that the Greens have a unique and independent identity as a third party, which cannot be subsumed into the Classical Monarchists or Liberal parties; and that they cannot be dismissed by CMPS or Liberal critics by implying that they are merely socialists or communists. The Green Party does not accept donations from corporations, political action committees (PACs), 527(c) organizations or soft money. The party's platforms and rhetoric harshly criticize corporate influence and control over government, media and society at large.



  • Political Parties: Nationalitz Party of Montenbourg.

    The National Peoples-Socialitze Party of Montenbourg commonly known as the Nationalitz, is a is a far-right populist political party in Montenbourg. The party, led by Heinz-Christian Strache. Emerged from the Montenbourg nationalist, racist and populist paramilitary culture, which fought against the communist, liberal uprisings in post-World War II. The party was created as a means to draw workers away from communism and liberal ideas and into a nationalism project. Initially, a political strategy focused on anti-big business, anti-bourgeois and anti-capitalist, anti-monarchist rhetoric.

    Principles, and Current Policies:

    Under the leadership of Heinz-Christian Strache, the Nationalitz has focused on describing itself as a National party. This means that the party promotes its role as a guarantor of Montenbourg identity without a Monarhist system. Desired strong government and extensive state power. Believing that government could not function effectively if it lacked the means to impose itself on society and enforce its policies, not with a prime minister or a monarch which do not deliver. Decisions should be made by a leader with almost absolute power called the Grand Chancellor or Premier. All political authority and sovereignty rested with this leader, who should be trusted by the people to make important decisions on their behalf. No other political parties or organisations other than the Nationalitz could be tolerated. Government’s duty not just to devise policy but to shape, coordinate and regulate society, for the betterment of the nation. It's a party gaining much impulse in the rural areas.



  • Riksdag:

    Riksdag Seats: 271

    • Classical Monarchists -- 113 seats
    • Liberals  -- 115 seats
    • Nationalitz -- 14 seats
    • Greens -- 30 seats
    • Royal Representative -- 1 seat
    • Total: 271  seats