International Popular Front

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International Popular Front (IPF)
Location Ambarawa, Indragiri (Headquarters)
Coordinating OfficesLifolnaeha, Sarpory and Vemnia
Membership
  • ? members
  • ? observers
Leaders
 -  Principal decision-
making organ
Congress of Signatories
 -  Presidency Carcossica Sarpory and Vemnia
 -  Secretary-General Lons Mafrig
Establishment 1948 in Carcossica Lifolnaeha, Carcossica as the Congress of Heads of Anti-Imperial Nations (CHAIN)

The International Popular Front is a group of states which traditionally is not aligned with or against any major power bloc. As of 2018, it has [NUMBER] members. Governments, nations, and non-state movements represented are typically centrist or left-leaning.

The Front was originally established in 1948 as a bilateral initiative by Carcosse Secretary-Executor Candide Bessna and Crylantian President Gaius Septimus to develop the means to unite left-leaning governments and political groups against the rising hegemony of the Aeian Socialist Union. The first meeting of the Congress of Heads of Anti-Imperialist Nations (CHAIN), the precursor to the Front, took place in Lifolnaeha, Carcossica in 1949. The term 'International Popular Front' was developed to replace it in 1963, with CHAIN being reconfigured into the modern IPF Congress of Signatories.

The purpose of the organization is to ensure "free and fair government, independence, popular sovereignty, as well as territorial and political integrity for all nations", and "freedom from power bloc politics, imperialism, colonialism, neo-colonialism, racism, class warfare, and any form of coercive, unwanted, and inequitable foreign influence and domination."

While originally developed as a means to combat the ASU by leftists, in the years since its foundation it has come to become a standardbearer for the defense of human rights, political freedoms, and transparent governmental institutions across the political spectrum.

History

Foundation and Cold War Years

Post-ASU Years

Organizational Structure and Membership

Peacekeeping Corps

Mutual Developmental Corps

Policy and Ideology

Current Activities and Positions

Secretaries-General

Secretary-Executor Term of office Political Party Country (Holding Presidency)
Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Took Office Left Office Days
1 OlofPalme1.jpg Candide Bessna
(1902-1995)
6 June 1948 5 June 1953 1825 Ecclesiastic Social Federalist Party  Carcossica
2 Anenurin Bevan, Minister of Health, 5 July 1948 (14465908720) crop.jpg Gaius Septimus
(?-1963)
6 June 1953 5 June 1958 1825 Socialist Party of Crylante  Crylante

Members

The following nations are members of the International Popular Front, and are listed alongside their year of admission.

Nations

  1.  Ashihara (Originally Joined 1949, Left 1981, Rejoined as Observer 1994, Resumed Full Membership 2009)
  2.  Bevenia (1999)
  3. Carcossica Sarpory and Vemnia (1948)
  4.  Crylante (1948)
  5.  Hipasia
  6.  Indragiri
  7.  Liberimery
  8.  Nordhurlant (2019)
  9. Utamucaneeflag.png Utamucanee (1967)
  10.  Uwhistan

Observers

The following nations and organizations have achieved observer status of the IPF since its inception in 1948.

Nations

Organizations

Guests

While no permanent guest status exists in the IPF structure, a number of nations, as well as organizations inside and out of the organization and of the Aeian Community are present at both regular and special Sessions of Congress.

Former Members

Below are nations no longer part of the International Popular Front either due to departure from the Organization or ceasing to exist as a country.