Ity ꜣḥwt xꜣdt[?]
This page contains information about the Ity ꜣḥwt xꜣdt.
This party is inactive.
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Ity ꜣḥwt xꜣdt is a center-right political party founded in 4039
The party grew out of Fourth Week Group, a private gathering of Esintsundu executives who met during the fourth week of every month for strategic discussions.
Ity ꜣḥwt xꜣdt advocated the founding of a new state following the recent destruction of Ibutho and was a leading voice in the 4040 Constitutional Convention.
Ity ꜣḥwt xꜣdt means "Sovereign Lands Group." The party was known as The Federationist Party prior to the founding of Hw Mnhs. Members of the party are still popularly referred to as Federationists.
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Ecology||moderate skeptic||close to none||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||small government-leaning||moderate||perfect|
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