Conservative Party (Creeperopolis)

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Conservative Party

Partido Conservador
AbbreviationPC
First Prime MinisterAlfonso Moreno Salinas
Last Prime MinisterSalvador Funes Tafalla
FoundedJanuary 1, 1565; 456 years ago (1565-01-01)
DissolvedJuly 4, 1771; 249 years ago (1771-07-04)
Succeeded byNational Conservative Party (not legal successor)
HeadquartersSan Salvador, San Salvador, Creeperopolis
Membership (1700)200,000
IdeologyConservatism, Monarchism, Proto-National Catholicism
Political positionCenter-Right to Right-Wing
ColorsCreeperian Black
Creeperian Gold
White
Blue

The Conservative Party, (Creeperian Spanish: Partido Conservador) was a political party in the Kingdom of Creeperopolis that existed from 1565-1771. The party was founded in 1565 following a wave of demand for a Parliament following the tyrannical rule of Miguel V. Alfonso III caved into the demands, thus establishing the Conservative Party and their rivals, the Liberal Party.

The party was heavily dominated by the Funes Family.

Parliamentary Electoral History

Election year No. of overall votes % of overall votes Seats won Prime Minister
After Election
1565 286,665 66.77% (No. 1)
67 / 100
Alfonso Moreno Salinas (CP)
1570 265,923 59.23% (No. 1)
61 / 100
Bernardo Funes Luque (CP)
1575 276,821 55.81% (No. 1)
53 / 100
Bernardo Funes Luque (CP)
1580 269,110 52.34% (No. 1)
54 / 100
Camilo Funes Luque (CP)
1585 291,029 57.92% (No. 1)
55 / 100
Camilo Funes Luque (CP)
1590 304,928 50.08% (No. 1)
50 / 100
Samuel Molina Tassis (CP)
1595 302,382 51.29% (No. 1)
53 / 100
Samuel Molina Tassis (CP)
1600 300,203 48.12% (No. 2)
49 / 100
Emmanuel Sánchez Andino (LP)
1605 299,165 47.38% (No. 2)
45 / 100
Emmanuel Sánchez Andino (LP)
1610 298,115 47.99% (No. 2)
44 / 100
Emmanuel Sánchez Andino (LP)
1615 295,397 38.17% (No. 2)
41 / 100
Orlando González Leoz (LP)
1620 297,046 39.27% (No. 2)
39 / 100
Fidel Moreno Dávalos (LP)
1625 298,453 39.12% (No. 2)
39 / 100
Fidel Moreno Dávalos (LP)
1630 300,290 39.98% (No. 2)
40 / 100
Fidel Moreno Dávalos (LP)
1635 301,291 44.21% (No. 2)
42 / 100
Fidel Moreno Dávalos (LP)
1640 303,299 45.00% (No. 2)
43 / 100
José Moreno Dávalos (LP)
1645 299,013 41.20% (No. 2)
40 / 100
José Moreno Dávalos (LP)
1650 309,293 48.93% (No. 2)
49 / 100
José Moreno Dávalos (LP)
1655 310,586 49.12% (No. 2)
49 / 100
José Moreno Dávalos (LP)
1660 302,567 44.56% (No. 2)
46 / 100
José Moreno Dávalos (LP)
1665 304,394 44.96% (No. 2)
46 / 100
José Moreno Dávalos (LP)
1670 311,299 50.03% (No. 1)
51 / 100
Alexander Carpio Maroto (CP)
1675 333,293 59.95% (No. 1)
58 / 100
Alexander Carpio Maroto (CP)
1680 333,981 60.02% (No. 1)
59 / 100
Alexander Carpio Maroto (CP)
1685 330,200 57.39% (No. 1)
54 / 100
Alexander Carpio Maroto (CP)
1690 324,394 52.33% (No. 1)
51 / 100
Alexander Carpio Maroto (CP)
1695 321,016 48.33% (No. 2)
47 / 100
Salvador Cerén Collazo (LP)
1700 319,204 41.92% (No. 2)
42 / 100
Salvador Cerén Collazo (LP)
1705 318,294 39.24% (No. 2)
38 / 100
Salvador Cerén Collazo (LP)
1710 318,029 34.87% (No. 2)
35 / 100
Salvador Cerén Collazo (LP)
1715 318,934 34.03% (No. 2)
35 / 100
Salvador Cerén Collazo (LP)
1720 319,293 33.76% (No. 2)
34 / 100
Salvador Cerén Collazo (LP)
1725 299,394 25.12% (No. 2)
25 / 100
Orlando Moreno Hidalgo (LP)
1730 545,582 49.97% (No. 2)
49 / 100
Orlando Moreno Hidalgo (LP)
1735 543,255 49.20% (No. 2)
48 / 100
Orlando Moreno Hidalgo (LP)
1740 542,910 47.77% (No. 2)
47 / 100
Orlando Moreno Hidalgo (LP)
1745 543,193 48.19% (No. 2)
48 / 100
Orlando Moreno Hidalgo (LP)
1750 634,203 66.82% (No. 1)
65 / 100
Salvador Funes Tafalla (CP)
1755 619,234 60.20% (No. 1)
58 / 100
Salvador Funes Tafalla (CP)
1760 546,294 50.47% (No. 1)
51 / 100
Salvador Funes Tafalla (CP)
1765 538,001 49.03% (No. 2)
49 / 100
Francisco López Yagüe (LP)
1770 539,244 47.93% (No. 2)
48 / 100
Fernando Moreno Juderías (LP)