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Party Name: Barmenistani Communist Workers Party BCWP (May 4670 - )

General Secretary: Radu Nishani (May 4670 - )

Paramilitary Wing: Revolutionary Defense Collective (December 4672 - )

Leader: Cano Cacarni (December 4672 - )

Youth Wing: Young Communists of Barmenistan (December 4672 - )

Leader: Danil Asur (December 4672 - )

Trade Union Allies: National Confederation of Labour (February 4673 - )

Leadership: National Democratic Workers Council (February 4673 - )

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History

Foundation and Pre-revolution period May 4670 - September 4671

in 4670 the nation of Barmenistan was ruled by Partiya Rizgari Ya Barmenistan, a conservative right wing government led by Janek Chukech to ruled unchallenged as a single party state since coming to power in 4655. On May 1st one of the legal Democratic Workers Councils held a demonstration in solidarity with international May Day, left wing activists also supported the demonstration and within days the Barmenistani Communist Workers Party was founded. Days later the BCWP held its first Party Congress where is elected 40 year old Radu Nishani, a son of immigrant parents to the position of party General Secretary. Radu Nishani called for an end to the rule of Janek Chukech and began holding demonstrations and stating the parties intention to contest the September 4671 elections. The BCWP called for early elections in November of 4670 but the motion was rejected. the BCWP began to mobalize democratic workers councils across the country and even supported local and community level popular assemblies. By the time of the September elections, the BCWP was the only party on the ballot with Partiya Rizgari and Janek Chukech stepping down and peacefully handing power to the revolutionary government

September Revolution/Election and the first BCWP Revolutionary Government (September 4671 - )

With 100% of the seats in Parliman the BCWP has an absolute monopoly on power and began passing drastic reforms and changes to the nations many oppressive and right wing laws. Some of the first changes was the formation of the 600 seat Revolutionary People Power Assembly that would replace 205 seat Parliman. The office of President was also abolished and reformed into the office of Supreme Representative and the government term limit was extended from 4 years to 5 years to synch up with the economic five year plans the revolutionary government intended to implement in 4675-4680.

In December of 4672 the BCWP founded the Young Communists of Barmenistan as a youth wing of the party, led by 22 year old Danil Asur. The Revolutionary People Power Assembly and the BCWP also established the Revolutionary Defense Collective as a paramilitary militant wing of the party. In February of 4673 the party also organized the formation of the National Confederation of Labour as an alliance of all of Barmenistan's trade unions. Supreme Representative Radu Nishani pledged to hold a new Revolutionary People Power Assembly election for early 4675, so the new five year term would sync up with the economic five year plans.

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Administrative and Political reforms established by the Barmenistani Communist Workers Party

The Revolutionry People Power Assembly RPPA (4672 - )

In 4672 the BCWP government renamed 205 seat Parliman to the Revolutionary People Power Assembly, the 205 seat RPPA would expand to 600 seats in the 4675 elections and the length of term would be extended from 4 years to 5 years. The BCWP government established the RPPA to be the main legislative body within the new Peoples Democracy. Since 4673 the BCWP pledged that 50% of BCWP seats within the RPPA would belong to trade union delegates affiliated with the National Confederation of Labour who also held BCWP party membership. Salary of government officials was also changed to reflect the average salary of a worker in Barmenistan.

Office of Supreme Representative (4672 - )

The BCWP abolished the office of Serok (President) with all its political powers transferred to the newly created position of Supreme Representative to act as head of state and head of government and is the highest office in revolutionary Barmenistan

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History of the Revolutionary People Power Assembly

The last Parliman and the First Revolutionary People Power Assembly (September 4671 - January 4675)

The September elections brought the Barmenistani Communist Workers Party to power with 100% of seats in Parliman, ending 16 years of right wing conservative government of Janek Chukech and ending over half a century of right wing authoritarian right wing governments. Parliman quickly passed structural reforms which renamed Parliman to the Revolutionary People Power Assembly and that the seats of the new legislative body would increase from 205 seats up to 600 seats at the 4675 elections. The office of Supreme Representative also replaced the office of Serok (President). The RPPA dominated by the BCWP established itself as a revolutionary leftist government with a series of reforms covering large areas of society, taking Barmenistan to the left as greatly increasing civil liberties with the abolition of repressive laws. Torture was outlawed, the death penalty was abolished, public floggings and corporal punishment was ended and the influence of religion in politics was greatly reduced, homosexuality was legalized and sexual freedom increased. The national flag was also changed into the flag of the revolution which was the yellow raised fist in a wheat wreath with a red background. The BCWP government also opened up 50% of its seats in the RPPA to trade union delegations affiliated with the National Confederation of Labour

The Second Revolutionary People Power Assembly (January 4675 - January 4680)

The Barmenistani Communist Workers Party returned to power with 100% of the seats in the RPPA, once again ensuring the parties monopoly on power for a fresh five year term. The first act of the new RPPA was to usher in 13 new reforms and ratifying the first five year plan of 4675 - 4680. Support for Radu Nishani was also further entrenched as many RPPA candidates reaffirmed their loyalty and support for BCWP General Secretary Radu Nishani.

The Third Revolutionary People Power Assembly (January 4680 - January 4685)

The BCWP was returned to power with 100% of the seats, however shortly after the election an independent political party formed outside the RPPA but dissolved before the 4685 election. As a result the BCWP government faced little opposition and Radu Nishani had fully consolidated his power as unchallenged leader of the revolution.

The Fourth Revolutionary People Power Assembly (January 4685 - January 4690)

The RPPA was packed with Radu Nishani loyalists and to celebrate the revolution a grand Mosaic mural was constructed on the side of a building with the mural overlooking Revolution Square and facing the government complex.

The Fifth Revolutionary People Power Assembly (January 4690 - January 4695)

Radu Nishani was returned to the position of Supreme Representative, facing no opposition and the BCWP was returned to power with 100% of seats in the RPPA. During this term the country celebrated 20 years since the revolution and a monument of a raised fist, which was at the center of the revolutionary national flag was constructed in the center of Revolution Square in central Sekhmet

The Sixth Revolutionary People Power Assembly (January 4695 - January 4700)

Most of the delegates of the RPPA were veterans from the 4671 revolution, with many in their 60's and 70's. One of the youngest members of the RPPA was Danil Asur who was now in his late 40's and was seen by the party as the most likely successor of Radu Nishani, however in 4699, the RPPA unanimously voted to support Radu Nishani as candidate for Supreme Representative in the January 4700 elections. A small independent party also formed in the late 90's looking to contest the 4700 elections and gain seats in the seventh RPPA.

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