National Council for Peace and Order
with a de jure parliamentary system
|Formation||2 January 1933|
|Extinction||4 October 1949|
|Minister of Defense||Juan Salinas Figueroa|
Miguel Salinas Ortega
|Prime Minister||Mariano Alcocer Fraga|
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The National Council for Peace and Order (Creeperian Spanish – Iberic: Consejo Nacional de Paz y Orden, abbreviated CNPO), also referred to as the National Council, was an absolute monarchy and military dictatorship with a de jure parliamentary system that was one of the two major factions of the Creeperian Civil War between 2 January 1933 and 4 October 1949, together with the Catholic Imperial Restoration Council (CRIC, Imperial Council).
The National Council was led by Emperor Miguel VII, then later Emperor Marcos I, with the Creeperian Armed Forces loyal to the Council holding significant influence. Also known as the Miguelists (Miguelistos), the National Council was defeated by the Imperial Council, also known as the Romerists, which asserted itself as the national government of Creeperopolis following the conclusion of the civil war.
The National Council was the source of several atrocities and human rights abuses throughout the civil war, being responsible for millions of deaths, most notably the De-Catholization.