Commonwealth Union of Conservatives

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Commonwealth
Union of Conservatives
Commonwealth Parliament group
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NameUnion of Conservatives
English abbr.UCON
Formal nameCommonwealth Union of Conservatives Group
Ideology
Political positionCentre-right to right-wing with far-right factions.
Commonwealth partiesForum
Alliance of Conservatives of the Commonwealth
Christian Movement of the Commonwealth
Conservative-Liberal Union
Commonwealth Unionists Party
Monarch Party
Associated organisationsLens
From12 December 2010
ToPresent
Chaired byArlene Larson
Rogier Schenk
MCP(s)
179 / 900

The Commonwealth Union of Conservatives (UCON) is a conservative, unionist political group in the Commonwealth Parliament. UCON is the parliamentary group of the Alliance of Conservatives (ACON Party), Forum, Christian Movement of the Commonwealth (CM or CMC), Commonwealth Conservative-Liberal Union (CONLIB), Commonwealth Unionists Party (CUP) and Monarch, but alco includes MCPs from two other Commonwealth parties and 10 MCPs without Commonwealth party affiliation. The group focuses on the strenghtening of the Helvianirian Commonwealth (HC).

UCON was founded after the Commonwealth Worker's Strike of September 2009 and the collapse of the left-wing groups in the Commonwealth Parliament during and after the aforementioned events at the behest of Forum leader Antoon Belmont. Currently, it is the largest group in the Commonwealth Parliament with 179 MCPs and heads the coalition.

The group is considered centre-right to right-wing. The largest party in the group by numbers of MCPs is Forum

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History

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Leadership

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Cohesion