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Popular Unity
AbbreviationUnity
General CoordinatorKatia Wilson
FounderThomas Williams
FoundedNovember 4916
Preceded byProgressive Alliance
HeadquartersClovisport, West Bolton, Likatonia
Student wingLeft Unity
Youth wingPopular Youth
Women's wingFeminist Struggle
LGBT+ wingQueer Liberation Front
IdeologyDemocratic socialism
Progressivism
Eco-socialism
Neocommunism
Feminism
LGBT+ rights
Green Politics
Left-wing populism
Pacifism
Internationalism
Anti-Fascism
Secularism
Internal factions:
Communism
Socialism
Minority rights
Social democracy
Libertarian socialism
Hosian left
Anarcho-communism
Political positionLeft-wing (big tent)
Internal factions:
Centre-left to far-left
Colors     Fuchsia
Senate
36 / 150
Governorships
3 / 5
Cabinet
5 / 13
Website
www.popularunity.lk

Popular Unity (Unity) is a big-tent progressive movement and political party of the left in Likatonia. It was founded in 4916 by Thomas Williams, an engineer and Progressive Alliance veteran politician and party leader, who served as the 10th Chancellor of Likatonia.

Party organization[]

The party leader of Popular Unity is the General Coordinator. The main executive body of the party is the Central Committee that is led by the Coordinator. Also the Deputy Coordinator, all five of the regional leaders have increased power in decision-making processes.

Party Leaders
Name Portrait Term Age

(election-resignation)

Other major offices
General Coordinator
1 Thomas Williams
ThomasWilliams.webp
4916-4937 35-55 Chancellor
2 Eric Jones
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4937-4952 57-72 Vice Chancellor
3 Katia Wilson
Katia Wilson.jpg
4952- 39- Vice Chancellor

Results[]

Presidential Results[]

Year Candidate 1st round 2nd round Result
Votes % +/- Position Votes %
Successor of the Progressive Alliance
4919 Edward Young 10,161,904 16.10 N/A Steady 2nd 22,992,833 41.41 Lost
4921 Freddy Wallace 11,484,209 19.54 N/A Steady 2nd 17,461,163 36.64 Lost
4924 Freddy Wallace 12,981,600 20.52 Increase 0.98 % Steady 2nd 26,887,968 48.71 Lost
4927 Freddy Wallace 17,796,301 26.56 Increase 6.04 % Steady 2nd 27,755,938 50.12 Won
4930 Freddy Wallace 11,205,293 17.63 Decrease 8.93 % Decrease 3rd Lost
4933 Freddy Wallace 11,739,049 18.51 Increase 1.88 % Steady 3rd Lost
4936 Monica Palmer 11,716,448 18.07 N/A Increase 2nd 37,468,783 66.91 Won
4939 Monica Palmer 9,405,938 14.45 Decrease 3.62 % Decrease 3rd Lost

Senate Results[]

Election Votes % +/- Seats +/– Position Role
Successor of the Progressive Alliance
4919 10,222,741 16.18 Decrease 6.76 %
16 / 99
Decrease 7 Decrease 3rd Opposition
4921 11,286,746 19.17 Increase 2.99 %
20 / 99
Increase 4 Steady 3rd Opposition
4924 12,483,530 19.87 Increase 0.70 %
20 / 99
Steady 0 Increase 2nd Opposition
4927 17,780,253 26.48 Increase 6.61 %
28 / 99
Increase 8 Steady 2nd Opposition
4930 11,182,770 17.56 Decrease 8.92 %
18 / 99
Decrease 10 Decrease 3rd Moreno I
4933 12,103,456 19.01 Increase 1.45 %
19 / 99
Increase 1 Steady 3rd Moreno I
4936 12,127,708 18.61 Decrease 0.40 %
19 / 99
Steady 0 Increase 2nd Moreno II
4939 9,413,832 14.63 Decrease 3.98 %
22 / 150
Increase 3 Decrease 3rd Opposition

State Results[]

Election Seats +/- Govenors +/- Cabinets +/-
4941
59 / 375
Increase 59
1 / 5
Steady 0
1 / 5
Increase 1