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The Demokrata Unio de Kobura (Democratic Union of Cobura) is a center-left party in the nation of Cobura. It was founded on 21 October 4156 in Cezareo (Egato).

History Edit

Foundation Edit

The Demokrata Unio was founded on 21 October 4156 in the Coburan city of Cezareo. The party was the result of a merger between Alec Sandro Juvela's Democratic Movement and Leon Filayamo & Rafaela Fidalo's Green Party of Cobura. The merger was done during the pre-republican era in Cobura. This era was the transition period between the Kingdom of Cobura and the Democratic Republic of Cobura. Dissent rose due to lack of governance. This political climate was ideal for smaller political movements to grow in.

4157 Elections Edit

In 4157, the DU had gained enough support to participate in the elections of that same year. The result was stunning: 51 out of 100 seats.

Foundation of the DRC Edit

Shortly after their close victory, they formed a cabinet with the Socia Libereco Partio and restored order within Cobura. They also established the Democratic Republic of Cobura, after 262 years of monarch rule. This gave inhabitants of Cobura the first opportunity in generations to elect their Head of State themselves, something the DU is appreciated for ever since.

Juvela resignation Edit

On 25 January 4166, Alec Sandro Juvela announced his resignation as DU presidential candidate. He was succeeded by then Minister of Foreign Affairs Leon Filayamo the other founder of the DU

Return of the monarchy Edit

In 4177, the Republic came to an end, due to a dissapointing turnout of 64 percent, the monarchist parties retook 2/3rd majority and established the Kingdom of Cobura once again.

Filayamo resignation Edit

On 15 April 4182, Leon Filayamo resigned as DU presidential candidate, in order to become Grand Vizier later on. He was succeeded by then Minister of Food and Agriculture Sisay Mēsiki, who won the DU presidential candidate election with 1923 out of 3831 votes.

Party Positions History Edit


Party Chairman History Edit

Name Started Resigned
Hector Delacruzo 21 October 4156 1 January 4166
Alec Sandro Juvela 26 January 4166 3 September 4180
Rafaela Fidalo 14 October 4180 -


Party Candidates History Edit

Name Started Resigned Head of State Head of Government
Alec Sandro Juvela 21 October 4156 25 January 4166 No No
Leon Filayamo 26 January 4166 15 April 4182 No Yes
Sisay Mēsiki 20 April 4182 - - -


Party Heads of Government History Edit

Name Started Resigned Title
Leon Filayamo 24 April 4182 - Grand Vizier


Party Ministers Edit

The Demokrata Unio has had several ministers, seen below:

Name Birthplace Previous occupation Ministery Period Head of Government
Leon Filayamo Silovanje Selo (Tokundi) Party activist Foreign Affairs 4156 - 4165 Santiago Alonso Dominques
Antono Mernerez Aŭgusta


General Defence 4156 - 4165 Santiago Alonso Dominques
Juvente Bernat  Aŭgusta


Attorney Justice 4156 - 4165 Santiago Alonso Dominques
Paulo De Santigo Laridamo


Laborant Food and Agriculture 4156 - 4165 Santiago Alonso Dominques
Fiera Hernandez Cezareo


- Environment and Tourism 4156 - 4165 Santiago Alonso Dominques
Chiela Esparza Samane


Professor (Economy) Trade and Industry 4156 - 4165 Santiago Alonso Dominques
Rafaela Fidalo Al-Hajem


Professor (International Relations) Foreign Affairs 4172 - 4175 Shenoute Yeakob
Alecjo Adriano Aŭgusta


Doctor Internal Affairs 4172 - 4175 Shenoute Yeakob
Aleksandro Belmonto Sameleo


Senator Finance 4172 - 4175 Shenoute Yeakob
Beniamo Heremiado Silovanje Selo


Veteran Defence 4172 - 4175 Shenoute Yeakob
Damiano Laskaro Nionaro


Judge Justice 4172 - 4175 Shenoute Yeakob
Damino Herzero Princo


Senator Infrastructure and Transport 4172 - 4175 Shenoute Yeakob
Brava Cabello Razeko


Surgeon Health and Social Services 4172 - 4175 Shenoute Yeakob
Rava Cardoso Mängstä Sämayat (Domale) Senator Education and Culture 4172 - 4175 Shenoute Yeakob
Vilhelmo Cabrero Ispljuvak


Senator Science and Technology 4172 - 4175 Shenoute Yeakob
Marino Dayamo Razeko


Senator Food and Agriculture 4172 - 4175 Shenoute Yeakob
Gaja Angelo La Natayo


Activist Environment and Tourism 4172 - 4175 Shenoute Yeakob
Merita Filadelfo Princo


Senator Trade and Industry 4172 - 4175 Shenoute Yeakob
Gabriella Davido Sharba


Writer Foreign Affairs 4182 - present Leon Filayamo
Besammon Rwmereiat Addis Amkä


Senator Internal Affairs 4182 - present Leon Filayamo
Aman Neridi Yäaymro


Senator Finance 4182 - present Leon Filayamo
Leonido Semano Princo


Senator Defence 4182 - present Leon Filayamo
Arses Etnajè Refbēsh


Judge Justice 4182 - present Leon Filayamo
Hagos Menigedi Lagmo


Architect Infrastructure and Transport 4182 - present Leon Filayamo
Teksousia Esmose Kuracgrad


Senator Health and Social Services 4182 - present Leon Filayamo
Sileshi Bi'iri Zgmät


Teacher Education and Culture 4182 - present Leon Filayamo
Peuphratis Abdelnoor Manshōpi


Senator Science and Technology 4182 - present Leon Filayamo
Sisay Mēsiki Sharba


Senator Food and Agriculture 4182 - present Leon Filayamo
Reva Dujaco Razeko


Senator Environment and Tourism 4182 - present Leon Filayamo
Samuelo Davejo Kefr


Professor (Economical History) Trade and Industry 4182 - present Leon Filayamo

Political views Edit

The political views of the Demokrata Unio can be summarized in ten key values:

1. Constructing and Maintaining a Grassroots Democracy Edit

Every human being deserves a say in the decisions that affect their lives and not be subject to the will of another. Therefore, we will work to increase public participation at every level of government and to ensure that our public representatives are fully accountable to the people who elect them. We will also work to create new types of political organizations which expand the process of participatory democracy by directly including citizens in the decision-making process.

2. Social Justice And Equal Opportunity Edit

All persons should have the rights and opportunity to benefit equally from the resources afforded us by society and the environment. We must consciously confront in ourselves, our organizations, and society at large, barriers such as racism and class oppression, sexism and homophobia, ageism and disability, which act to deny fair treatment and equal justice under the law.

3. Ecological Wisdom Edit

Human societies must operate with the understanding that we are part of nature, not separate from nature.  We must maintain an ecological balance and live within the ecological and resource limits of our communities and our planet. We support a sustainable society which utilizes resources in such a way that future generations will benefit and not suffer from the practices of our generation. To this end we must practice agriculture which replenishes the soil; move to an energy efficient economy; and live in ways that respect the integrity of natural systems.

4. Non-Violence Edit

It is essential that we develop effective alternatives to society’s current patterns of violence. We will work to demilitarize, and eliminate weapons of mass destruction, without being naive about the intentions of other governments.  We recognize the need for self-defense and the defense of others who are in helpless situations. We promote non-violent methods to oppose practices and policies with which we disagree, and will guide our actions toward lasting personal, community and global peace.

5. Decentralization Edit

Centralization of wealth and power contributes to social and economic injustice, environmental destruction, and militarization. Therefore, we support a restructuring of social, political and economic institutions away from a system which is controlled by and mostly benefits the powerful few, to a democratic, less bureaucratic system. Decision-making should, as much as possible, remain at the individual and local level, while assuring that civil rights are protected for all citizens.

6. Community-Based Economics Edit

We recognize it is essential to create a vibrant and sustainable economic system, one that can create jobs and provide a decent standard of living for all people while maintaining a healthy ecological balance. A successful economic system will offer meaningful work with dignity, while paying a “living wage” which reflects the real value of a person’s work.

Local communities must look to economic development that assures protection of the environment and workers’ rights; broad citizen participation in planning; and enhancement of our “quality of life.” We support independently owned and operated companies which are socially responsible, as well as co-operatives and public enterprises that distribute resources and control to more people through democratic participation.

7. Feminism And Gender Equity Edit

We have inherited a social system based on male domination of politics and economics. We call for the replacement of the cultural ethics of domination and control with more cooperative ways of interacting that respect differences of opinion and gender. Human values such as equity between the sexes, interpersonal responsibility, and honesty must be developed with moral conscience. We should remember that the process that determines our decisions and actions is just as important as achieving the outcome we want.

8. Respect For Diversity Edit

We believe it is important to value cultural, ethnic, racial, sexual, religious and spiritual diversity, and to promote the development of respectful relationships across these lines.

We believe that the many diverse elements of society should be reflected in our organizations and decision-making bodies, and we support the leadership of people who have been traditionally closed out of leadership roles. We acknowledge and encourage respect for other life forms than our own and the preservation of biodiversity.

9. Personal And Global Responsibility Edit

We encourage individuals to act to improve their personal well-being and, at the same time, to enhance ecological balance and social harmony. We seek to join with people and organizations around the world to foster peace, economic justice, and the health of the planet.

10. Future Focus And Sustainability Edit

Our actions and policies should be motivated by long-term goals. We seek to protect valuable natural resources, safely disposing of or “unmaking” all waste we create, while developing a sustainable economics that does not depend on continual expansion for survival. We must counterbalance the drive for short-term profits by assuring that economic development, new technologies, and fiscal policies are responsible to future generations who will inherit the results of our actions.

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