National Conservative Party (Seketan)
|National Conservative Party|
Consyvaþeça Nasijoteça ynden
|Leader||Jenor Katsmier (interim)|
|Founded||July 9, 1978|
|Split from||Kjedorate Party|
|Youth wing||Conservative Youths|
Social Conservatism |
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The National Conservative Party (Seketese: Consyvaþeça Nasijoteça ynden), often abbreviated as CNy, is a political party in Seketan. Located on the right of the political spectrum, the party's positions are based in economic liberalism and social conservatism. The party advocates for Seketese nationalism and Euroscepticism.
The party was formed as a split from the Kjedorate Party in 1978 with most members defecting in defiance on then incumbent president Etyjen Pesan. When the Seketese Third Republic collapsed at the culminating of the Zemasy period of Seketese history, the National Conservative Party became the direct successor to the de facto banned Kjedorate Party. The party retained much of its conservative and Seketese nationalistic roots but vowed to be against autocratic leaders.