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'''Political parties''' in [[Lemovicia]] exist on the national, [[Administrative divisions of Lemovicia#Entities|entity]], and [[Administrative divisions of Lemovicia#Provinces|provincial]] levels of government, but do not exist on the [[Administrative divisions of Lemovicia#Municipalities|municipal]] levels, as per the [[Constitution of Lemovicia, 1992|1992 constitution]].
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{{Infobox officeholder
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|honorific-prefix  = {{wp|His Excellency}}
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|name        = Jan Swiech<br>{{small|Ян Свієч}}
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|image        = Martin_Raguž.jpg
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|imagesize    = 250px
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|caption      = Jan Swiech, 2014
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|office      = [[Presidency of Lemovicia|President of Lemovicia]]
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|term_start  = 1 April, 2000
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|term_end    = 1 April, 2004
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|president  =
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|premier = [[Fabian Duch]]
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|predecessor = [[Otxote Sasiambarrena]]<br>[[Izydor Domzalski]]<br>[[Gizon Artalolea]]<br>[[Igor Janusz]]
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|successor = [[Hargin Saez]]<br>[[Fabian Duch]]<br>[[Eolo Larretche]]<br>[[Weronika Mlynarska]]
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|alongside = [[Igor Janusz]], [[Hargin Saez]], and [[Eolo Larretche]]
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|office1 = [[Presidency of Lemovicia|President of Lemovicia]]
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|term_start1 = 1 April, 1992
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|term_end1 = 1 April, 1996
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|predecessor1 = ''position established''
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|alongside1 = [[Izydor Domzalski]], [[Otxote Sasiambarrena]], and [[Gizon Artalolea]]
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|successor1 = [[Otxote Sasiambarrena]]<br>[[Izydor Domzalski]]<br>[[Gizon Artalolea]]<br>[[Igor Janusz]]
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|premier1 = [[Fabian Duch]]
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|office2 = 3rd [[Premier of Lemovicia]]
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|president2 = [[Bolesław Buchalski]]<br>[[Aizo Mallo]]<br>[[Wojsław Mita]]<br>[[Nartziso Joanlucea]]<br>[[Helios Ayrupe]]<br>[[Ivon Mendarte]]<br>[[Fabian Duch]]
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|term_start2 = 1 April, 2008
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|term_end2 = 1 April, 2016
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|predecessor2 = [[Otxote Sasiambarrena]]
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|deputy2 = [[Eolo Larretche]]
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|successor2 = [[Sergiusz Galecki]]
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|birthname    = Jan Swiech
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|birth_date  = {{birth date|1958|3|2|df=y}}
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|birth_place  = [[Włocłamyśl|Vyuchamyshy]], [[Narozalica]] (present-day [[Włocłamyśl]], [[Lemovicia]])
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|nationality  = [[Narozalica|Narozalican]] (1959-1979)<br>[[Lemovicia|Lemovician]] (1979-)
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|profession  = {{wp|Politician}}
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|party        = [[Socialist Party (Lemovicia)|Socialists]]
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|otherparty  =
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|religion    = [[Episemialist Church|Episemialism]]
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|spouse      = TBD
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|children    = TBD
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| allegiance        = [[Liberal Democratic Party (Lemovicia)|Lemovician opposition]]
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| serviceyears      = 1980-1992
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'''Jan Swiech''' ({{wp|Basque language|Lemovcian}}: Ян Свієч, ''Jan Svijech'', b. 2 March, 1958) is an activist, a former guerrilla fighter, a [[Lemovicia|Lemovician]] politician, who served in the [[Presidency of Lemovicia|Lemovician Presidency]] from 1992 to 1996, and 2000 to 2004, and served as the third [[Premier of Lemovicia|Premier]], who currently is the only one to have come from the [[Socialist Party (Lemovicia)|Socialists]].
  
==National parties==
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'''National parties''' ({{wp|Basque language|Lemovician}}: алдерді назіоналак, ''alderdi nazionalak'', {{wp|Polish language|Miersan}}: ''partie krajowe'') are {{wp|political parties}} who participate in national elections. In general, they also participate in entity and provincial elections.
 
 
 
As of the 2020 national elections, there are six political parties represented in the [[National Assembly of Lemovicia|Lemovician National Assembly]].
 
 
 
{| class="wikitable sortable" style="width:80%;"
 
!Party Name
 
!Status of party on national level
 
!Seats in the [[National Assembly of Lemovicia|National Assembly]]
 
!Seats in the [[Lemovician Entity#Government|Lemovician legislature]]
 
!Seats in the [[Miersan Entity#Government|Miersan legislature]]
 
!Ideology
 
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| '''[[Liberal Democratic Party of Lemovicia|Liberal Democrats]]'''
 
| rowspan=2, style="background:#BBFFDD; color:black"|Government
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|42|110|#007846}}
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|12|31|#007846}}
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|16|47|#007846}}
 
|{{wp|Liberalism}}
 
|-
 
| '''[[Northern Alliance (Lemovicia)|Northern Alliance]]'''
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|18|110|#C24650}}
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|0|31|#C24650}}
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|9|47|#C24650}}
 
|{{wp|Social conservatism}}, greater autonomy for the [[Miersan Entity]]
 
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| '''[[Socialist Party (Lemovicia)|Socialists]]'''
 
| rowspan=4, style="background:#FFDDDD; color:black"|Opposition
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|21|110|#DD0000}}
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|4|31|#DD0000}}
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|12|47|#DD0000}}
 
|{{wp|Democratic socialism}}, {{wp|Social democracy}}, {{wp|Social liberalism}}
 
|-
 
| '''[[Nationalist Party (Lemovicia)|Nationalists]]'''
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|12|110|black}}
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|10|31|black}}
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|0|47|black}}
 
|{{wp|Right-wing populism}}
 
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| '''[[Miersan People's Union (Lemovicia)|Miersan People's Union]]'''
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|10|110|#30B21A}}
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|0|31|#30B21A}}
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|6|47|#30B21A}}
 
|{{wp|Social liberalism}}, greater autonomy for the [[Miersan Entity]]
 
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| '''[[Lemovician Section of the Workers' Internationale]]'''
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|3|110|red}}
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|0|31|red}}
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|3|47|red}}
 
| {{wp|Communism}}
 
|}
 
 
 
 
 
==Entity parties==
 
'''Entity parties''' ({{wp|Basque language|Lemovician}}: алдерді ескуалдек, ''alderdi eskualdek'', {{wp|Polish language|Miersan}}: ''partie regionalne'') are {{wp|political parties}} who participate in entity elections, but not on the national levels.
 
 
 
Since the 2020 national elections, only a single party is represented on an entity level.
 
 
 
{| class="wikitable sortable" style="width:80%;"
 
!Party Name
 
!Status of party on national level
 
!Seats in the [[National Assembly of Lemovicia|National Assembly]]
 
!Seats in the [[Lemovician Entity#Government|Lemovician legislature]]
 
!Seats in the [[Miersan Entity#Government|Miersan legislature]]
 
!Ideology
 
|-
 
| '''[[Aurrera (Lemovicia)|Aurrera]]'''
 
| style="background:gray; color:white"|Unrepresented
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|0|110|#0093AF}}
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|5|31|#0093AF}}
 
| width=100px | {{Infobox political party/seats|1|47|#0093AF}}
 
|{{wp|Liberalism}}, [[Euclean Community|Eucleophilia]]
 
|}
 
  
==Provincial parties==
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==Early life==
'''Provincial parties''' ({{wp|Basque language|Lemovician}}: алдердієк пробінціяко, ''alderdiek probintziako'', {{wp|Polish language|Miersan}}: ''partie prowincjonalne'') are {{wp|political parties}} who participate in provincial elections, but not entity or national elections.
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Jan Swiech was born in [[Włocłamyśl|Vyuchamyshy]] (present-day [[Włocłamyśl]], [[Zelaia Province|Zelaia]]) on 2 March, 1958 to Metody Swiech and Jolanta Swiech, as the eldest of two sons, with his younger brother, [[Józefa Swiech]] born in 1961.
  
As of the 2020 national elections, there are X parties who are only represented on the provincial level, including the seven parties represented on the national or entity levels.
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Jan Swiech was an excellent student in school, and following his graduation in 1976, he moved to [[Sechia]] to further his studies at the [[University of Sechia]].
  
 
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==Unrepresented parties==
 

Revision as of 03:28, 1 July 2020


Jan Swiech
Ян Свієч
Martin Raguž.jpg
Jan Swiech, 2014
President of Lemovicia
In office
1 April, 2000 – 1 April, 2004
PremierFabian Duch
Preceded byOtxote Sasiambarrena
Izydor Domzalski
Gizon Artalolea
Igor Janusz
Succeeded byHargin Saez
Fabian Duch
Eolo Larretche
Weronika Mlynarska
President of Lemovicia
In office
1 April, 1992 – 1 April, 1996
PremierFabian Duch
Preceded byposition established
Succeeded byOtxote Sasiambarrena
Izydor Domzalski
Gizon Artalolea
Igor Janusz
3rd Premier of Lemovicia
In office
1 April, 2008 – 1 April, 2016
PresidentBolesław Buchalski
Aizo Mallo
Wojsław Mita
Nartziso Joanlucea
Helios Ayrupe
Ivon Mendarte
Fabian Duch
DeputyEolo Larretche
Preceded byOtxote Sasiambarrena
Succeeded bySergiusz Galecki
Personal details
Born
Jan Swiech

(1958-03-02)2 March 1958
Vyuchamyshy, Narozalica (present-day Włocłamyśl, Lemovicia)
NationalityNarozalican (1959-1979)
Lemovician (1979-)
Political partySocialists
Spouse(s)TBD
ChildrenTBD
ProfessionPolitician
Military service
AllegianceLemovician opposition
Years of service1980-1992
RankGeneral

Jan Swiech (Lemovcian: Ян Свієч, Jan Svijech, b. 2 March, 1958) is an activist, a former guerrilla fighter, a Lemovician politician, who served in the Lemovician Presidency from 1992 to 1996, and 2000 to 2004, and served as the third Premier, who currently is the only one to have come from the Socialists.

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Early life

Jan Swiech was born in Vyuchamyshy (present-day Włocłamyśl, Zelaia) on 2 March, 1958 to Metody Swiech and Jolanta Swiech, as the eldest of two sons, with his younger brother, Józefa Swiech born in 1961.

Jan Swiech was an excellent student in school, and following his graduation in 1976, he moved to Sechia to further his studies at the University of Sechia.

(TBC)