Liberal Party (Gassasinia)

Liberal and Social Progressive Party
LeaderAhmed al-Rashid
Founded5th of February, 1951
Headquarters52 Haroun Street, Jabiyah
Think tankLiberal Economic Forum
Youth wingFree Liberal Youth Organisation
Women's wingLiberal Feminist Convention
LGBT WingLGBTQ+ Liberals
Ideology • Liberalism
 • Civic Nationalism
 • Liberal Conservatism
 • Social Liberalism
 • Neoliberalism
Colours     Orange
Slogan"For a Brighter Future"
Political positionCentre to Centre right
House of Representatives
55 / 150

The Liberal Party, officially known as the Liberal and Social Progressive Party, is a centrist to centre-right political party in Gassasinia which has held power for much of Gassasinia's history since 1979. As of today, the Gassasinian Liberal Party is currently the largest party in government, ruling in a coalition with the Unionist Labour Party with 55 Members of Parliament in the House of Representatives.

The Liberal Party was formed in 1951 as a small splinter group of the now defunct Christian Social Party's left-wing by 12 Members of Parliament, who felt that the Christian Social Party's conservative and Christian-centric ideology was elitist and unsustainable, and that they would eventually tear Gassasinia apart between religious and economic lines.

The Liberal Party's policies are based on liberal ideas, believing in a strong free social market economy where the government intervenes to provide a welfare state to keep people out of destitution, along with combating anti-competitive practises to ensure a fair and competitive strong free market economy. Additionally, the Liberal Party holds strong social progressive ideals, having a progressive stance on social issues such as women's rights, LGBT+ rights and abortion.

The Liberal Party supports a civic nationalist stance by which Gassasinia is a unique sovereign nation made up of many different ethnicities and religions. Furthermore, the Liberal Party supports a pro-globalisation stance which supports greater participation in global political and economic processes.


Founding (1951)

First General Election and Civil Unrest (1953-1975)

Modern day (1975 Onwards)

Voter Base

Election History

Bold name denotes prime ministership

Year Leader Seats Government
1953 Rita Ayanampudi
12 / 150
1957 Rita Ayanampudi
15 / 150
1961 Mounir Ayoub
30 / 150
1965 Mounir Ayoub
35 / 150
Junior Partner in coalition with Christian Democrats
1969 Mounir Ayoub
30 / 150
1975 Rita Ayanampudi
50 / 150
Equal coalition partner with Labour and Conservatives.
1979 Rita Ayanampudi
69 / 150
Senior Partner in coalition with Labour
1983 Farrokh Khoroushi
90 / 150
1987 Farrokh Khoroushi
71 / 150
1991 Mounir Ayoub
50 / 150
Senior Partner in coalition with Labour
1995 Mounir Ayoub
45 / 150
1999 Mounir Ayoub
40 / 150
2003 Edmond Ghulmiyyah
80 / 150
2007 Khalil Barakat
88 / 150
2011 Khalil Barakat
82 / 150
2015 Ahmed al-Rashid
75 / 150
2019 Ahmed al-Rashid
55 / 150
Senior Partner in coalition with Labour