Creeperian Initiative

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Nationalist Creeperian Catholic Royal Initiative
and the Pro-Fatherland Front of Unification

  • Ինիծիատիվա Րեալ Ծատօլիծո Ծրեեպերիանո
    Նածիոնալիստա յ լա'Ֆրենտե Պրո-Պատրիա
    դե Փնիֆիծածիօն
  • Iniciativa Real Católico Creeperiano Nacionalista
    y la'Frente Pro-Patria de Unificación
Abbreviation
  • IRCCN y la'FPPU (official)
  • IC (common)
EmperorAlexander II
SecretaryJosé Sáenz Morales
Captain General Pro-TemoreDiego Holguín Dávila
Executive ViceroyJeremías Dueñas Cañas
Founders
Founded4 October 1949; 74 years ago (1949-10-04)
Merger of
Preceded byCatholic Imperial Restoration Council
Headquarters33893 Calle Emperador San Romero I, San Salvador, San Salvador, Creeperopolis
NewspaperNoticias de la'Iniciativa
Student wingRomerist Students
Youth wingYoung Creeperans
Women's wingSociety of Romerist Women
Paramilitary wingRomerist Nationalist Front
Trade unionWorkers' Romerist Organization
Membership (2021)Increase 137,428,358
IdeologyRomerism
Political positionFar-right
ReligionCreeperian Catholicism
International affiliationInternational Patriotic League
Colors
  • Black
  • Gold
  • White
Slogan
  • A triunfar con Dios y Romero.
  • Ա տրիփնֆար ծոն Դիոս յ Րոմերո.
  • ("To triumph with God and Romero.")
AnthemSaludo Hoy
Council of Captain Generals
31 / 31
Council of Viceroys
384 / 384
Party flag
Party flag
Website
iniciativa.gob.cr

The Nationalist Creeperian Catholic Royal Initiative and the Pro-Fatherland Front of Unification,[note 1] more commonly known as the Creeperian Initiative or the Initiative, and abbreviated as the IRCCN y la'FPPU or the IC, is the ruling and sole legal political party of Creeperopolis. The Initiative was established in October 1949 following the conclusion of the Creeperian Civil War by the victorious Catholic Imperial Restoration Council (Imperial Council), merging the various pre-war right-wing political parties into one. As of 2021, the Initiative has more than 137 million members, making it the largest political party in the world. José Sáenz Morales is the current Secretary of the Initiative.

The Initiative was founded by Creeperian Emperor Romero II to unify the various factions of the Imperial Council following the civil war. The parties merged into the Initiative included the National Conservative Party (PCN), the Catholic Royalist Party (PRC), and the Creeperian Pro-Fatherland Front (FPPC), the three political parties which made up the loose Creeperian Conservative Coalition (CCC). Following the Creeperian annexations of Atlántida and Castilliano, the Conservative Party (PC) and the Castillianan Coalition of Autonomous Rights (CCDA) were also merged into the Initiative. Throughout the late-1900s, the party was the dominant force in Creeperian politics, mostly ruling by decree through the Cortes Generales. After the 2003 coup d'état, however, the party's power has been significantly curbed by the Creeperian Armed Forces, which is now the dominant force in politics, due to the party's support of the deposed government of Emperor Alfonso VI. Party leadership was purged following the coup and reorganized to support Emperor Alexander II and Minister of Defense Augusto Cabañeras Gutiérrez. The party now serves a mostly formal role within politics, but continues to hold significant influence in everyday life.

Romerism is the party's primary ideology. Romerism consists of monarchist, conservative, anti-communist, and many other right-wing tenants. The party's platform is defined by "The Six Fundamentals", its manifesto and founding document. Its official religion is Creeperian Catholicism, and the party also supports National Catholicism, the belief that the Creeperian Catholic religion should dominate everyday life and serve a significant role in politics. Additionally, the party is fiercely anti-Atheist and anti-Islamic. The Initiative is universally labeled as a far-right political party, and serves as the de facto leader of the International Patriotic League, an international organization of far-right political parties. It has also been described as being totalitarian and fascistic in nature.

Creeperian law mandates that membership in the Creeperian Initiative be mandatory to hold any government position. Additionally, the Initiative has various wings, including the Romerist Students (ESROM), the Young Creeperans (JÓCRE), the Society of Romerist Women (SMR), the Romerist Nationalist Front (FNR), and the Workers' Romerist Organization (OTR). The party also operates a newspaper, the Noticias de la'Iniciativa, and the Channel 10 television news channel. Since 1952, it has also been an official sponsor of the Liga Imperial.

Name

The party's full and official name is the Nationalist Creeperian Catholic Royal Initiative and the Pro-Fatherland Front of Unification (CreeperianCreeperian: Ինիծիատիվա Րեալ Ծատօլիծո Ծրեեպերիանո Նածիոնալիստա յ լա'Ֆրենտե Պրո-Պատրիա դե Փնիֆիծածիօն; Creeperian – Iberic: Iniciativa Real Católico Creeperiano Nacionalista y la'Frente Pro-Patria de Unificación), and is abbreviated IRCCN y la'FPPU (ԻՐԾԾՆ յ լա'ՖՊՊՓ). The party's long name was selected in an attempt to encompass the various ideologies and positions which make up the party, and to resemble the names of the political parties which merged to form the party; "Nationalist" represents the National Conservative Party (PCN), "Catholic Royal" represents the Catholic Royalist Party (PRC), and "Pro-Fatherland Front" represents the Creeperian Pro-Fatherland Front (FPPC).

Due to the length of the name, the party is commonly known as simply the Creeperian Initiative, or even more simply, The Initiative, and is abbreviated as IC. Some foreign organizations and nations have sometimes referred to the party as the Romerist Party or the Romerist Initiative to better represent what the party represents while simultaneously shortening the long name.

History

Founding and early history

Political hegemony of the late-20th century

Rise of military influence and the Alfonsisto

2003 coup d'état and party purges

Leadership of José Sáenz Morales

Ideology

The Six Fundamentals

Economics

Criticism

Organization

Command structure

Portrait Secretary of the Initiative
(Birth–Death)
Term of office & mandate
Duration in years and days
1
Antonio José Sáenz y Heredia, 1st Duke of Sáenz
His Excellency
Antonio José Sáenz y Heredia
1st Duke of Sáenz

(1871–1957)
4 October
1949
1 June
1957
7 years and 240 days
2
Antonio José Sáenz y García, 2nd Duke of Sáenz
His Excellency
Antonio José Sáenz y García
2nd Duke of Sáenz

(1907–1980)
1 June
1957
11 February
1980
22 years and 255 days
3
Antonio José Sáenz y Flores, 3rd Duke of Sáenz
His Excellency
Antonio José Sáenz y Flores
3rd Duke of Sáenz

(1924–2002)
11 February
1980
16 October
1999
19 years and 247 days
4
Rubén Salvador Franco y Alcabú, 1st Duke of Franco
His Excellency
Rubén Salvador Franco y Alcabú
1st Duke of Franco

(1954–2003)
16 October
1999
18 June
2003
3 years and 245 days
Romerist Military Junta
Romerist Military Junta 18 June
2003
15 September
2003
89 days
5
José Antonio Sáenz y Morales, 4th Duke of Sáenz
His Excellency
José Antonio Sáenz y Morales
4th Duke of Sáenz

(1979–)
15 September
2003
Incumbent
20 years and 282 days

Affiliated organizations

Relationships with other parties

Symbols

Party summits

Summit Date Elected Chairman Elected Captain General PT Elected Executive Viceroy
I 4 October 1949 Antonio Sáenz Heredia Máximo Illescas Freixa Carlos Hernández Videla
II 4 October 1959 Antonio Sáenz García Armando Rodríguez Vera Carlos Hernández Videla
III 4 October 1969 Antonio Sáenz García Elías Mancebo Muñoz Carlos Hernández Videla
IV 4 October 1979 Antonio Sáenz García Benito Aparicio Capmany Nicolás Rivera Gaitán
V 4 October 1989 Antonio Sáenz Flores Pedro Espiga Ordóñez José Castro Molina
VI 4 October 1999 Antonio Sáenz Flores Rubén Franco Alcabú Mario Fuentes Rodríguez
VII 16 October 1999 Rubén Franco Alcabú Rubén Franco Alcabú Mario Fuentes Rodríguez
VIII 15 September 2003 José Sáenz Morales Sergio Massa Molina Augusto Bermúdez Escobar
IX 4 October 2009 José Sáenz Morales Martín Gutiérrez Sánchez Antonio Quijada Molina
X 4 October 2019 José Sáenz Morales Diego Holguín Dávila Jeremías Dueñas Cañas

See also

Notes

  1. CreeperianCreeperian: Ինիծիատիվա Րեալ Ծատօլիծո Ծրեեպերիանո Նածիոնալիստա յ լա'Ֆրենտե Պրո-Պատրիա դե Փնիֆիծածիօն; Creeperian – Iberic: Iniciativa Real Católico Creeperiano Nacionalista y la'Frente Pro-Patria de Unificación; Creeperian pronunciation: [inisiaˈtiβa ˈreal kaˈtoliko krepeɾiˈano naˈsʝoŋalista i laˈfrente proˈpatria de uˈnifikasʝoŋ].

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