Conservative Party (Labuepé)
|Leader||Kaleb Yosef Amha|
|Founded||1 January 1917|
|Political position||Centre-right to right-wing|
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 Muhrazaini Lakalé, who was the first Prime Minister of Labuepé. The party had a far-right stance in the early 20th century, and were very problematic for civil rights movements in Labuepé, however, they have drifted more left over time. They have attempted to repair relations with the Jyahklatovalian Nationalist Party, who they had rejected for so long, however any attempt to restore good relations have failed. The Conservative Party has been attempting to create a Libertarian Party since 2001.
Election results[edit | edit source]
Kaleb Yosef Amha