People's Revolutionary Party[?]
This page contains information about the People's Revolutionary Party.
This party is inactive.
|The People's Revolutionary Party is a Sectarian Socialist-Communist Party, often classified as "Metzist", that is deemed to be an anti-Capitalist, anti-Colonialist, anti-Fascist, anti-Racist, anti-Sexist, anti-Transphobic, anti-Xenophobic, and anti-Imperialist political party that heavily believes in the "Mass-Line Struggle" of consulting the masses, assessing the issues or demands of the masses, analyzing the issues from the perspective of Socialism/Communism, and enacting Socialist/Communist policies to either meet the demands or resolve the issues of the masses.|
The People's Revolutionary Party classifies itself as a "Socialist-Communist" party based on the dialectical and historical materialist analysis of history, indicating that Capitalism will inevitably transition into Socialism while Socialism will inevitably transition into Communism through the "Class Struggle" between the proletariat and bourgeoisie. The P.R.P., unlike other proclaimed Socialist and Communist parties, excessively identifies itself as an anti-Revisionist political organization that is willing to challenge any proclaimed Socialist or Communist party's inability to properly undergo the necessary steps towards forming a Socialist state.
The People's Revolutionary Party intends to provide each and every single proletarian citizen with:
1. Universal Food
2. Universal Clothing
3. Universal Shelter
4. Universal Energy
5. Universal Healthcare
6. Universal Education
7. Universal Transportation
These Rights are granted to individuals regardless of:
4. Sexual Preference
6. Physical or Mental Disability
Individuals attain such benefits as long as one functions as a labourer within the nation-state. In other terms, subjects that voluntarily refuse to function as workers of the state do not receive such benefits.
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
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This party is a member of the following organizations:
- Socialist International
- International Labour Movement
- The Socialist-Communist International
- Socialist For Healthcare
- Artanian Workers' International
- International Communist Council of Terra
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You can view the party's proposed bills here.
This party has to vote on the following bills:
This is the voting[?] record of the People's Revolutionary Party.
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