Luepolan Workers' Party
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|Deputy Chairman||Jan Kunić|
|Founded||5 October 1987|
|International affiliation||Renewed Socialist Internationale (Observer)|
|Slogan||"Za voľe i voľnego trud"|
For free will and free labor
|Seats in the Popular Assembly|
21 / 88
|Seats in the Great Assembly|
134 / 614
The Luepolan Workers' Party (Luepolan: Partija Rabotnike Ľupolskih, PRAĽ) is a democratic socialist political party in Luepola. The party was founded by Andrej Kavran in 1987 as a left-wing party, and competed with growing success in Luepolan elections until 1997 when it achieved control of the Popular Assembly and its presidential nominee Zeki Sorelki was elected as president. It is currently the second-largest party in the Sliet and the largest opposition party.
The party was subject to much controversy after its gains in the 1993 elections, drawing international criticism for its similarities to the defunct Communist Party of Luepola. The Workers' Party officially rejects any association with the Communist Party and condemns their actions undertaken during the communist era and the Great War.
The party has been chaired by Denis Sabľić since 2015. Sabina Škupovna, who has served as the party's Secretary-General since June 2019, is the Workers' Party nominee in the upcoming presidential election.