Communist Party (Labuepé)
|Founded||1 January 1917|
History[edit | edit source]
The party was one of the first to be established when the Parliament was created in 1917. The first official party leader was Amaré "Almashita'asmo'al" Gebréhiwéyemané. The party had a female as the party leader in 1940, which made Miimii Nunu Bayissa the first woman to ever serve in parliament. The Communist Party has always been a supporter of the Socialist Party, which helped the switch to socialism even smoother. The communist party hasn't been able to exert much power over Labuepé for a lot of it's contemporary history, but because it has the more powerful Socialist Party on it's side, it's able to still contribute to Labuepé'ée politics. The current party leader, Daniel Nawaré, has been party leader since 2019, but has become very controversial due to his radical centrism. There are rumors that he is going to join the Democratic Party in the 2021 Labuepé general election.
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