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One Nation, One People!
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Party Leader
Peter Pouldrin
Founded
4597
Dissolved
-
Headquarters
Mountmead, Bamburgh, Beluzia
Nation
Student Wing
Black Shirts Patriotic Organization
Youth Wing
Youth Beluzian Patriotic Movement
Ideology
Anti-Immigration, Authoritarianism, Racial Segregation, Ultranationalism, Right-Wing Populism
International Affiliation
None
Official Color
#000000
Political Position
Far-Right
Congress
118 / 500
Seats in regional parliaments
283 / 1,070
Website
ONOP.bz
https://particracy.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Politics_of_Beluzia
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One Nation, One People! is a far-right party and political movement in Beluzia created in 4597 by Peter Pouldrin. 

History Edit

Created in 4597, the party is described as a "marginal far-right organization with a few hundred members". Unknown to the majority of the population, the party participates in the 4598 Beluzian General Election, obtaining 0.08 and 0.07 % of the votes, the worst result in the election.

In 4599, the Anti-ONOP! agreement whose aim is to exclude the ONOP! from any future coalition is signed by all parties represented in parliament excepted White Front. The ONOP! starts gaining media attention and its number of members increases dramatically.

From this moment, ONOP! starts climbing in the polls, reaching 10% in April 4600, what many observers find "worrying".

In 4601, the party launches demonstrations against what it calls "the uncontrolled migration" and proposes to deport large numbers of immigrants and introduce racial segregation.

In 4602, the party starts an aggressive political campaign against all political parties, depsite having little funds, calling for a stop to immigration.

At the 4602 Beluzian General Election, the party almost wins the presidency and makes an incredible breakthrough, obtaining 17 million votes. It also gains a majority of seats in the region of Bailon.

Political commentators call this victory an "earthquake" and a "new face of Beluzia".

The party loses a lot of votes at the 4606 Beluzian General Election. After a year without a government, ONOP! starts demonstrations against "the corrupted party-system". An early election is called and the party makes a big victory by winning the Presidential election with 54% of the votes and regaining 60 seats. It sends a shockwave around the world, inspiring fear and indignation.

In 4612, the party benefits from the dissolution of many political parties in the Federal Assembly and forms the Collin I Cabinet.

In 4620, the party continues its progression, despite still staying in the opposition.

The following years, despite making more than 30 % of the votes, ONOP! stays in the opposition.

In 4635, with many absents at the time of the vote, One Nation, One People! manages to pass laws establishing racial segregation. 

Ideology Edit

The party describes itself as a "political movement with strong moral and national values" and as "the only opposition against the corrupted parties and anti-beluzian politicians".

The main policies of the party are a complete stop to immigration, the nationalisation of all big industries, the creation of a strong central power for the president, the establishment of racial segragation, the interdiction of what the party calls "endless degenracy" and a transformation of the juidicial system which it claims is "too lax and in favor of criminals".

Political commentators have described the party as racist, xenophobic, homophobic and sexist. The party doesn't refute the adjectives. Peter Pouldrin once said "If all these adjectives mean patriotic, then yes, we are racist, xenophobic, homophobic and sexist and we will win because we are the only party that defends the Beluzian people!"

Electoral Results Edit

Presidential elections Edit

Year Candidate 1st round 2nd round
Votes % +/- Votes % Result
4598 Peter Pouldrin 49,118 0.08 new - - Lost
4602 Peter Pouldrin 17,347,505 27.47 Increase 27.39 % 26,343,101 49.38 Lost
4606 Peter Pouldrin 7,238,884 11.53 Decrease 15.94 % Lost
4607 Peter Pouldrin 14,332,460 22.97 Increase 11.44 % 30,041,652 54.96 Won
August

4607

Peter Pouldrin 14,035,964 22.58 Decrease 0.39 % 30,421,390 55.18 Won
4612 Peter Pouldrin 14,335,580 22.22 Decrease 0.36 % 31,616,997 53.71 Won
4617 Peter Pouldrin 17,242,696 31.05 Increase 8.83 % 25,390,893 49.58 Lost
4620 Did not run
4625 Peter Pouldrin 17,440,344 30.25 New 28,596,435 49.06 Lost
4630 Peter Pouldrin 20,464,894 31.54 Increase 1.29 % 31,413,265 47.73 Lost
4635 Peter Pouldrin 14,504,637 22.90 Decrease 8.64 % 21,365,733 39.61 Lost

Congressional elections Edit

Year Votes % +/- Seats +/- Status
4598 43,302 0.07 New
0 / 750
New In opposition
4602 17,593,780 27.92 Increase 27.85 %
140 / 500
Increase 140 In opposition
4606 7,267,677 11.69 Decrease 16.23 %
58 / 500
Decrease 82 In opposition
4607 14,637,917 23.47 Increase 11.78 %
118 / 500
Increase 60 No government
August

4607

14,301,429 22.93 Decrease 0.53 %
116 / 500
Decrease 2 In opposition
4612 14,178,851 21.87 Decrease 1.06 %
167 / 750
Increase 51 Collin I government
4617 17,284,117 30.55 Increase 8.68 %
229 / 750
Increase 62 In opposition
4620 21,274,864 36.50 Increase 5.95 %
187 / 500
Decrease 42 In opposition
4625 17,440,344 30.25 Decrease 6.25 %
152 / 500
Decrease 35 In opposition
4630 20,938,574 31.85 Increase 1.60 %
160 / 500
Increase 8 In opposition
4635 14,675,971 23.16 Decrease 8.69 %
118 / 500
Decrease 42

Regional elections Edit

Region Westmoreland Bamburgh Bailon Harlingen Negunia
4598
0 / 250
0 / 250
0 / 250
0 / 250
0 / 250
Status In Opposition In Opposition In Opposition In Opposition In Opposition
4602
33 / 250
85 / 250
135 / 250
74 / 250
19 / 250
Status In Opposition In government In government In Opposition In Opposition
4606
11 / 250
85 / 250
13 / 250
21 / 250
15 / 250
Status In Opposition In opposition In opposition In Opposition In Opposition
4607
9 / 250
86 / 250
131 / 250
52 / 250
14 / 250
Status No government No government In government No government No government
4612
39 / 250
72 / 250
56 / 250
26 / 250
85 / 250
Status No government No government No government No government No government
4617
40 / 250
82 / 250
128 / 250
56 / 250
78 / 250
In opposition In opposition In government In opposition In opposition
4620
48 / 250
91 / 250
150 / 250
73 / 250
98 / 250
In opposition In opposition In government In opposition In opposition
4625
45 / 250
86 / 250
24 / 70
62 / 250
99 / 250
In opposition In opposition In opposition In opposition In opposition
4630
61 / 250
89 / 250
14 / 70
67 / 250
131 / 250
In opposition In opposition In opposition In opposition In government
4635
56 / 250
76 / 250
4 / 70
27 / 250
120 / 250
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