|Moderate Radical Party of Talossa|
|Leader: Ian Platschisch|
|Dates Active: August 2011 to present|
|Beliefs: Centrism, constitutional monarchy, progressivism, liberalism, derivatism, secularism|
The Moderate Radical Party of Talossa is a Talossan political party. Initially known as simply the Moderate Radical Party (MRP), the name was changed in 2012 to avoid confusion with a former party of the Republic of Talossa sharing that same acronym.
The party currently has twenty-three members, including four Senators a number of current and former Cabinet officials, and formerly including party co-founder and current Secretary of State Glüc da Dhi. The official colours of the MRPT are #126ECC (Moderate Blue) and #FF6600 (Radical Orange) and its mascot and symbol is a seahorse.
- 1 History
- 2 Manifesto
- 3 Members
- 4 Party representation
- 5 Congress
- 6 Party Organisation
- 7 External Links
The newly formed Moderate Radicals contested their first General Elections in late 2011; the party was composed of two members, both former Progressive Party members: the sitting Senator for Cézembre and former Member of the Cosa for the PP Glüc da Dhi, and his predecessor as Senator and current MC for the PP Alexandreu Soleiglhfred. The party gained three votes, which translated into eight seats in the Cosa and status as the fourth largest party; Moderate Radical MZs never missed a vote during the 43rd Cosa. At the end of the 43rd Cosa the party decided to avoid confusion with a preexisting party by switching to the acronym MRPT, rather than MRP, and also adopted a new logo featuring the new mascot of the party, the seahorse, created by Alèxandreu Soleighlfred. By the end of its first term, the party had doubled its membership to four members.
The MRPT fielded a candidates list of three prospective MCs and won twelve votes in the General Elections, resulting in 18 seats in the Cosa, an increase of 10 seats. For the first time, the party received votes from citizens of other provinces than Cézembre and in fact scored second places in three provinces: Cézembre, Fiova and Vuode. MRPT MZs were again the only caucus to take part in all votes. During this term the party voted on party statutes, resulting in the organization of the first MRPT congress, which was held from 2/5/2013 to 3/5/2013. During the term the MRPT again doubled its membership.
The MRPT gained thirteen votes in the General Elections, resulting in 21 seats in the Cosa, three more than the previous term. The lone MRPT senator, party leader Glüc da Dhi, was also reelected by defeating RUMP's Ian da Bitour 7-2. The MCs representing the MRPT in the 45th Cosa are Alexandreu Soleiglhfred (acting as Whip), Lüc da Schir and Ben Putnam, with seven seats each. Again, the MRPT completed this Cosâ without a single failure to vote.
A combination of post-Reunision immigration, fatigue from the longstanding RUMP control of the government, the poor performance of the Nordselva government and the rising profile of opposition parties led to a breakthrough in the elections for the 46th Cosa, with the MRPT winning 56 seats and becoming the leading party in a new government coalition with ZRT and LPR. The party also elected an additional senator with Tric'hard Carschaleir winning a special election in Benito. MRPT MC Andrinescu resigned shortly before the 3rd Clark to join the newly formed Liberal Congress.
The government ultimately fell when MRPT MC Soleiglhfred failed to vote in the 5th Clark and caused the Vote of Confidence to fail; this prompted early elections and was the first failure to vote by a member of the MRPT in three years.
The MRPT received 44 seats in the General Elections, of which two were handed to the Progressive Party acknowledging a voter's desire to change his vote because he was not informed that the PP was contesting the elections and he was still in their candidates list. The seats were so apportioned: eleven each to Sevastáin Pinátsch (the new Party Whip) and Tric'hard Carschaleir, ten each to Lupulüc da Fhöglha and Renalt da Fhamul. Two former MCs were elected to the Senate, Lüc da Schir and Magniloqueu da Lhiun, joining Glüc da Dhi and marking the first time ever in the MRPT's history that the party holds a plurality in a house of the Ziu.
The party remained in control of the government with a coalition extended to the Liberal Congress, which previously offered external support, and the Progressive Party, which did not contest the previous elections, and without the Republican Party, which merged back into the ZRT. The MRPT's leader, Lüc da Schir, replaced his colleague Glüc da Dhi as the new Prime Minister. Ultimately, the coalition enjoyed a larger Cosa majority and a Senate majority as well, after the previous government was hampered by being tied with the RUMP caucus in the Senate.
The MRPT received 46 seats in the General Election; despite the gain in seats, the party was leapfrogged in second place by the newly formed Free Democratic Alliance, a joint list by the ZRT and Liberal Congress, by a single seat. Liberal Congress leader Xheraltescu had previously sought an alliance with the MRPT as well. For a second straight election, the MRPT added a senator to its caucus while losing one, as former party leader and Senator for Cézembre Glüc da Dhi temporarily retired from national politics; outgoing party whip Sevastáin Pinátsch was instead elected to the Atatürk Senate seat, unseating the sitting Dean of the Senate, four term senator Brad Holmes, by 11-5.
The party took part in a coalition with the Free Democrats and the Progressives, which it left during the last Clark following internal disagreements. Former party whip Breneir Itravilatx also left the MRPT to head a new political party, the Talossan National Congress.
After a poor performance in the previous coalition and leader da Schir acknowledging that the party needed time to regroup and refocus, the MRPT received 37 seats in the General Election. 10 seats were given to Ian Plätschisch and 9 to Glüc da Dhi, Martì Vataldestreça and Erschéveþ da Schir each. Senator da Lhiun was also reelected in Maritiimi-Maxhestic, defeating a challenge from former Prime Minister Alexandreu Davinescu.
Ultimately, the MRPT chose to join a coalition with the RUMP and the TNC.
Following a good performance in the coalition government, better campaigning and renewed enthusiasm, the MRPT scored a record win in the elections for the 50th Cosa, roughly doubling both the number of votes won and seats held in the Cosa. Ultimately, the party won 79 seats in the General Election. Ian Plätschisch was given 14 seats, and Glüc da Dhi, Alèxandreu Soleighlfred, Txoteu Davinescu, Erschéveþ da Schir, and Martì Vataldestreça were all given 13 seats. Party leader Lüc da Schir also defeated a challenge to his own Senate seat by Free Democrat and former Senator Iason Taiwos, winning with two thirds of the vote in the first senatorial race ever to feature a clash between members of the two parties; Atatürk senator Pinátsch also retained his seat.
The MRPT and the Free Democrats formed a two party coalition, with Senator da Schir as Prime Minister.
The Moderate Radicals followed up on a positive term at the helm of the government with a second consecutive election victory; by winning 83 Cosa seats, the MRPT scored the largest increase in the number of seats by the leading government party since the 42nd Cosa elections (RUMP 108 -> 143) and, in the same timeframe, the first time the leading government party incremented its seats while retaining control of the government, as in the previous term the RUMP had left government despite gaining a seat.
With Glüc da Dhi recapturing Cézembre's Senate seat before the general elections, the MRPT was also poised to become the first party to gain majority control of the Senate in four years, but missed the chance with Txoteu Davinescu falling to Béneditsch Ardpresteir in the open race to succeed Munditenens Tresplet as Senator for Maricopa; this was the first competitive Senate race awarded through IRV.
The previous coalition was confermed, with an expanded Cosa majority but a reduced Senate majority, and mostly the same ministers.
| On micronations:
On the Senate:
On the Cosa:
On the secret ballot: The MRPT is happy with the current amendment to introduce a semi-secret ballot, but would like to go one step further and introduce a full automated secret ballot for Cosâ and Senatorial elections, under the condition that a diverse independent committee has access to the admin account to monitor the elections.
On separation of power:
On citizenship and privacy:
On provincial assignment:
On Laws of the Kingdom:
On awards and recognition:
On judicial reform: The MRPT is committed to reforming the Royal Talossan Bar, in a way that allows competent and dedicated prospective barristers to be admitted to the Bar through a period of apprenticeship and an automated law exam. Unless the Royal Society can guarantee regular, scheduled law courses, attendance and graduation should not be compulsory to seek admission to the Bar. Measures will be sought to ensure that such a reform is reached with broad, nonpartisan consensus.
On the Monarchy and the Royal Household:
On Talossan webpresence:
Financial expectations (start 51st cosa term - start 52nd cosa term):
Election fees 52nd Cosa election: +50$
Sales (Coins/Stamps/Talossaware): +100$
Donations Kingdom: +75$
Donations Talossaid +25$
Talossaid -25$ Webhosting reimbursements 50th Cosa: -91.48$
Webhosting costs 51st Cosa -245.82$
Additional expenses -30$
The MRPT boasts members from each of the eight provinces of the Kingdom. The most represented provinces are Benito, Cézembre and Maritiimi-Maxhestic with four members each.
|Member||Current party offices||Current National offices||Current Provincial offices||Joined|
|#1||Lüc da Schir||-||Senator for Benito||MA, Provincial Senator||Apr 2012|
|#2||Niclau Patíci||-||MC||-||May 2012|
|#3||John Alfred Manalang||-||-||-||Dec 2012|
|#4||Cevaglh Scurznicol||-||-||-||Jan 2013|
|#5||Ben Putnam||-||-||-||Mar 2013|
|#6||Erschéveþ da Schir||Deputy Party Whip||MC||MA||Apr 2013|
|#7||Alexander Kennedy||-||-||-||May 2013|
|#8||Martì Vataldestreça||-||-||Mol'E||Oct 2013|
|#9||Tric'hard Carschaleir||-||-||Provincial Senator||Oct 2013|
|#10||Magniloqueu Épiqeu da Lhiun||-||-||-||Nov 2013|
|#11||Sevastáin Pinátsch||-||Senator for Atatürk||MoHC||Feb 2014|
|#12||Valerio Addis||-||-||-||Apr 2014|
|#13||Lupulüc da Fhöglha||-||-||-||Jun 2014|
|#14||Ian Plätschisch||Party Leader||Senator for Maritiimi-Maxhestic, Prime Minister||Grand Specific Undersecretary||Apr 2015|
|#15||Alessandro Piazza||-||-||-||Apr 2016|
|#16||Alèxandreu Soleighlfred||Party Secretary||Senator for Cézembre||Mol'E||Sept 2016 (rejoined); Aug 2011 (co-founder)|
|#17||Txoteu Davinescu||Party Whip||MC, Foreign Minister||-||Oct 2016|
|#18||Artemis Brown||-||-||-||Jan 2017|
|#19||Bert Rowland||-||-||-||Feb 2017|
|#20||Drew Dillman||-||-||-||Aug 2017|
|#21||Tariq Zubair||-||-||-||Oct 2017; Jan 2016|
|#22||Cresti Nouacastra-Läxhirescu||-||MC, Attorney General||Maximally Magnificient Majordomo||May 2018|
|#23||Förat Vandadour||-||-||-||Jun 2018|
|#24||Flip Molinar||-||Royal Civil Service Commissioner||Provincial Senator||Sep 2018|
Eight Talossans and former Talossans used to be members of the MRPT at some point, but they left the party due to different reasons.
Left for a different party (3):
- Munditenens da Biondeu, who left before the Elections for the 45th Cosa to join the RUMP, then joined the Free Democrats and eventually renounced citizenship.
- Éovart Andrinescu who left in March 2014 to join the then newly-founded Liberal Congress (now part of the Free Democrats).
- Breneir Itravilatx who left in October 2015 to form a new progressive political party, the Talossan National Congress.
- Tariq Zubair also left in early January 2016 to join the Talossan National Congress, but rejoined in late 2017.
Quit Talossa or lost citizenship while a MRPT member or soon after renouncing membership (4):
- Eiric Mataiwos Vürinalt and Txec Vineria who both lost their citizenship in early 2016 and were thus stricken from the rolls.
- Renalt da Fhamul who lost his citizenship in August 2017.
- Iac Marscheir who renounced his citizenship in December 2018.
- Alèxandreu Soleighlfred also quit Talossa soon after renouncing his MRPT membership, but rejoined in September 2016.
Renounced for other reasons (3):
- Adam and Melania da Simeon, both quitting in the last days of 2013 after they were both found to be more than four years younger than their claimed age.
- Party founder Glüc da Dhi, who renounced his membership in the MRPT to accept the office of Secretary of State.
The MRPT currently has 69 seats in the Cosa.
|General Election||# votes||% votes||# Cosa seats||+/-||Party Leader||Cosa list leader / Party Whip||Notes|
|October 2011, 43rd Cosa||3||3.95 (#4)||-||Glüc da Dhi||Alexandreu Soleiglhfred||In opposition|
|July 2012, 44th Cosa||12||9.38 (#3)||10||Glüc da Dhi||Alexandreu Soleiglhfred||In opposition|
|April 2013, 45th Cosa||13||10.48 (#3)||3||Glüc da Dhi||Alexandreu Soleiglhfred||In opposition|
|January 2014, 46th Cosa||28||28.00 (#2)||35||Glüc da Dhi||Lüc da Schir||In government with Centre-left coalition (Leading)|
|August 2014, 47th Cosa||23||22.00 (#2)||14||Lüc da Schir||Sevastáin Pinátsch||In government with Centre-left coalition (Leading)|
|June 2015, 48th Cosa||29||22.83 (#3)||5||Lüc da Schir||Breneir Itravilatx, then Ian Platschisch||In government with Centre-left coalition|
|March 2016, 49th Cosa||22||18.64 (#3)||9||Lüc da Schir||Ian Platschisch||In government with RUMP-TNC|
|December 2016, 50th Cosa||42||39.62 (#1)||42||Lüc da Schir||Ian Platschisch||In government with FreeDems (Leading)|
|October 2017, 51st Cosa||47||41.59 (#1)||4||Lüc da Schir||Ian Platschisch, then Erschéveþ da Schir||In government with FreeDems (Leading)|
|July 2018, 52nd Cosa||40||34.78 (#1)||14||Ian Platschisch||Txoteu É. Davinescu||In government with FreeDems (Leading)|
List of MRPT MCs
|Erschéveþ da Schir||--||--||--||--||--||48th||49th||50th||51st||52nd|
|Ian Plätschisch||--||--||--||--||--||48th 2||49th||50th||51st||--|
|Martì Valtadestreça||--||--||--||--||--||--||49th||50th||51st 3||--|
|Alèxandreu Soleiglhfred||43rd||44th||45th||46th||--||--||--||50th||51st 3||--|
|Ben Putnam||--||--||45th||--||--||--||--||--||51st 3||--|
|Glüc da Dhi||--||--||--||--||--||48th 2||49th||50th||--||--|
|Breneir Itravilatx||--||--||--||--||--||48th 2||--||--||--||--|
|Lupulüc da Fhöglha||--||--||--||--||47th||48th||--||--||--||--|
|Renalt da Fhamul||--||--||--||--||47th||--||--||--||--||--|
|Lüc da Schir||--||44th||45th||46th||--||--||--||--||--||--|
|Eovart Andrinescu||--||--||--||46th 1||--||--||--||--||--||--|
|Magniloqueu Épiqeu da Lhiun||--||--||--||46th||--||--||--||--||--||--|
In bold the Party Whip (Leader of the MRPT's parliamentary group).
(*1): Eovart Andrinescu resigned his seats and quit the party before the 3rd Clark
(*2): Breneir Itravilatx resigned his seats and quit the party before the 6th Clark, and Glüc da Dhi was appointed to one of the vacant seats as to comply with the seat limit for each MC. He had also resigned as Party Whip earlier in the term, Ian Plätschisch being appointed to the office in his stead.
(*3): Martì Valtadestreça lost his seats by striking out at the end of the 3rd Clark. His 17 seats were reapportioned between two former MCs - former Party Whip Alexandreu Soleiglhfred and Ben Putnam, who last held seats as far back as 2013.
(*4): Pending official apportionment
MRPT affiliated Senators currently hold four out of eight Senate seats.
|Senate for the 43rd Cosa||-||da Dhi (CZ)||Only opposition Senator.|
|Senate for the 44th Cosa||-||da Dhi (CZ)||-|
|Senate for the 45th Cosa||-||da Dhi (CZ)||Carschaléir served two Clarks as an independent appointee.|
|Senate for the 46th Cosa||1||Carschaléir (BE), da Dhi (CZ)||The "Fortress Senäts" term.|
|Senate for the 47th Cosa||1||da Schir (BE), da Dhi (CZ), da Lhiun (MM)||MRPT holds a plurality before VD Senator Grischun rejoined the RUMP|
|Senate for the 48th Cosa||-||Pinátsch (KA), da Schir (BE), da Lhiun (MM)||MRPT holds a plurality after CZ Senator Rôibeardescù left the FreeDems|
|Senate for the 49th Cosa||-||Pinátsch (KA), da Schir (BE), da Lhiun (MM)||MRPT holds a plurality|
|Senate for the 50th Cosa||-||Pinátsch (KA), da Schir (BE), da Lhiun (MM)||MRPT holds a plurality|
|Senate for the 51st Cosa||1||Pinátsch (KA), da Schir (BE), da Dhi (CZ), da Lhiun (MM)||MRPT holds a plurality|
|Senate for the 52nd Cosa||-||Pinátsch (KA), da Schir (BE), Soleiglhfred (CZ), Plätschisch (MM)||MRPT holds a plurality (majority in 1st, 4th Clark)|
Contested Senate races involving MRPT members
The MRPT is represented in the assemblies of six provinces, holding majorities in Cézembre, Maritiimi-Maxhestic and in the lower house of Benito. It will have no representation in Vuode.
|House of Commons|
|Nimlet||Pending official allocation|
The MRPT organizes a meeting of its members, known as the Congress, before every General Election. The congress usually lasts around four weeks and features guest speakers, decisions on party policies and appointment to party offices. The presence of guest speakers and the importance of the decisions taken by party members during the congress make the MRPT Congress one of the biggest political events of the year in Talossa.
A Congress wasn't held for the 44th Cosa, given that the MRPT had just four members at that time.
The Congress opened on February 5th and closed on March 5th 2013 (28 days).
The Congress Leader was Glüc da Dhi, and the Deputy Congress Leader was Lüc da Schir. Seven members registered for full voting rights.
- Glüc da Dhi elected to a second term as Party Leader unopposed
- Soleiglhfred appointed Party Whip
- Party Statutes officially approved
- Guest Speakers: Alexandreu Davinescu (RUMP)
- Candidates List for the 45th Cosa, Soleiglhfred (1), da Schir (2) and Putnam (3)
The Congress opened on November 3rd and closed on November 30th 2013 (27 days). Ten members registered for full voting rights.
The Congress Leader was Lüc da Schir, and the Deputy Congress Leader was Glüc da Dhi.
- Lüc da Schir takes over the Secretariat and the role of Party Whip from Alexandreu Soleiglhfred
- Guest Speakers: C. Carlüs Xheraltescu (ZRT)
- Candidates List for the 46th Cosa: da Schir (1), Soleiglhfred (2), Andrinescu (3), da Simeon (4), da Lhiun (5), da Dhi (11). Simeon and Andrinescu will later pull out.
The Congress opened on July 24th and closed on August 14th 2014 (21 days).
The Congress Leader was Sevastáin Pinátsch and the Deputy Congress Leader was Glüc da Dhi. Seven members registered for full voting rights.
- Lüc da Schir elected Party Leader unopposed after Glüc da Dhi decided not to stand for a third term
- Sevastáin Pinátsch appointed Party Whip
- Guest Speakers: C. Carlüs Xheraltescu (LIB) and Owen Edwards (PP)
- Candidates List for the 47th Cosa: Pinátsch (1), Carschaleir (2), da Fhöglha (3), da Fhamul (4), da Schir (11), da Lhiun (12).
The Congress opened on April 11th and closed on May 13th 2015 (32 days).
The Congress Leader was Glüc da Dhi and the Deputy Congress Leader was Lüc da Schir. Seven members registered for full voting rights.
- Breneir Itravilatx appointed Party Whip
- Guest Speakers: Txec dal Nordselva (PP) and Françal Ian Lux (LIB)
- Candidates List for the 48th Cosa: Itravilatx (1), Plätschisch (2), da Fhöglha (3), E. da Schir (4), Pinátsch (11), da Dhi (101).
The Congress opened on December 15th 2015; the official closing happened on February 15th 2016 (62 days) after being postponed indefinitely following the failure of the King to dissolve the Cosa and call for elections on time.
The Congress Leader was Ian Plätschisch and the Deputy Congress Leader was Lüc da Schir. Seven members registered for full voting rights.
- Lüc da Schir reelected as Party Leader, defeating Ian Plätschisch
- Ian Plätschisch appointed Party Whip
- Guest Speakers: Éovart Grischun (RUMP) and Munditenens Tresplet (FreeDem)
- Candidates List for the 49th Cosa: Plätschisch (1), da Dhi (2), E. da Schir (3), Vataldestreça (4), da Lhiun (11)
The Congress opened on October 18th and closed on November 15th 2016 (28 days).
The Congress Leader was Lüc da Schir, and the Deputy Congress Leader was Ian Plätschisch. Eight members registered for full voting rights.
- Ian Plätschisch appointed Party Whip
- Guest Speakers: Inxheneu Crovâ (Independent, later FreeDem) and Martì-Paìr Furxhéir (Independent)
- Candidates List for the 50th Cosa: Plätschisch (1), da Dhi (2), Soleighlfred (3), Davis (4), E. da Schir (5), Valtadestreça (6), da Schir (11)
The Congress opened on August 16th and closed September 14th 2017 (30 days).
The Congress Leader was Txoteu Davinescu, and the Deputy Congress Leader was Ian Plätschisch. Nine members registered for full voting rights.
- Lüc da Schir unanimously reelected Party Leader
- Ian Plätschisch appointed Party Whip
- Candidates List for the 51st Cosa: Plätschisch (1), Marscheir (2), Valtadestreça (3), E. da Schir (5), da Dhi (11), Davinescu (12), Soleighlfred (150), Putnam (151)
The Congress opened in the third week of May 2018 and closed on June 14th.
The Congress Leader was Ian Plätschisch, and the Deputy Congress Leader was Lüc da Schir. Eight members registered for full voting rights.
This was the second Congress in a row with a leadership election (which normally happen two Congresses apart), due to former party leader da Schir's resignations; and also the second Congress in a row where no guest speakers were invited.
- Ian Plätschisch elected as the new Party Leader
- Txoteu Davinescu appointed Party Whip
- Candidates List for the 52nd Cosa: Davinescu (1), E. da Schir (2), Marscheir (3), Patici (4), Nouacastra (5), Zubair (6), L. da Schir (11), Plätschisch (12), Soleiglhfred (13), Putnam (100), Valtadestreça (101)
Italicized candidate names indicates they were also standing for a Senate seat.
The MRPT is a democratic party in which most decisions are made by the membership of the party. On 18 January 2013 the members approved statutes for the party. All information about the MRPT can be found in the Party Digest which is issued by the Party Secretary.
The Party Leader is the chief executive of the party, normally elected every other Congress. He is responsible for every party office that isn’t filled by any other member, except that of campaign leader. This office is currently filled by Ian Plätschisch, elected during the Eighth Congress. All decisions made by the party leader can be overruled by the members of the party. So far, every Party Leader has always sat in the Senate during his tenure, although this is not a statutory requirement.
|#1||Glüc da Dhi||August 2011||3 years|
|#2||Lüc da Schir||11 August 2014||3 years, 9 months, 4 weeks|
|#3||Ian Plätschisch||8 June 2018||(ongoing)|
The Party Whip is the leader of the MRPT's caucus in the Cosa and effectively the Deputy Leader of the Moderate Radicals. The Party Whip is responsible for leading the internal monthly discussion on the Clark, getting all the MCs of the party focused and on the same line and acting as a spokesperson for certain decisions made by the MRPT MCs.
Should the MRPT get seats in the Cosa, the candidate who was the Cosa list leader will become Party Whip. The Party Leader appoints a Whip for the upcoming term during every Congress, which effectively makes the position part of a ticket, especially in case of a concurring leadership election; case in point, the "da Dhi - Soleiglhfred" and "da Schir - Plätschisch" leadership teams, both of which lasted for the greater part of the respective leader's tenure.
Should the Party Whip resign or vacate his Cosa seats, the MC who was next on the candidate list for that Cosa becomes the Party Whip. This has happened twice so far.
|Whip||Took office||Clarks whipped||Left office|
|#1||Alèxandreu Soleighlfred||November 2011||18||Did not seek reappointment|
|#2||Lüc da Schir||December 2013||5||Ran for Senate|
|#3||Sevastáin Pinátsch||August 2014||6||Ran for Senate|
|#4||Breneir Itravilatx||June 2015||2||Resigned|
|#5||Ian Plätschisch||September 2015||21||Appointed to Senate|
|#6||Erschéveþ da Schir||May 2018||1||Did not seek reappointment|
|#7||Txoteu Davinescu||June 2018||4||-|
Deputy Party Whip
This is not an official position, but a provision in the Party Statutes implies that the second placed candidate on the Cosa list is the next-in-line to be Party Whip, and as such is effectively the Deputy Party Whip. Given that the Party Whip is usually the Deputy Leader of the party, this theoretically makes the Deputy Party Whip the third highest ranked officer within the MRPT.
As the Whip is appointed by the leader, this is effectively the second highest elected position within the party.
|Deputy Whip||Cosa||Left office|
|#1||Lüc da Schir||44, 45||Appointed Party Whip|
|#2||Alèxandreu Soleighlfred||46||Retired from the Cosa|
|#3||Tric'hard Carschaleir||47||Retired from the Cosa|
|#4||Ian Plätschisch||48.1-2||Ascended to Party Whip|
|#5||Lupulüc da Fhoglha||48.3-6||Retired from the Cosa|
|#6||Glüc da Dhi||49, 50||Ran for Senate|
|#7||Iac Marscheir||51.1-5||Renounced succession|
|-||Erschéveþ da Schir||-||Ascended to Party Whip|
|#8||Txoteu Davinescu||51.6||Appointed Party Whip|
|#9||Erschéveþ da Schir||52||-|
The Party Secretary is an optional office the Party Leader can appoint. The Party Secretary’s duties include updating the Party Digest and other party documents, and conducting elections and referendums outside the Congress and election season. The current holder of this office is Alèxandreu Soleighlfred.
MRPT statutes also used to provide for a Party Speaker (a spokesperson) and a Party Recruiter, however these offices have never been appointed. These positions were repealed altogether following the Eighth Congress.