Social Democratic Party
Party Leader
Wei Zhenya
June 4325
Formed Bamboo-Left Coalition (June 4486)
Student Wing
Young Social Democrats of Indrala
Youth Wing
Young Social Democrats of Indrala
Social democracy
International Affiliation
International Social Democrats
Official Color
Political Position
256 / 668
Indralan Cabinet
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Politics of Indrala
Political parties in Indrala

The Social Democratic Party (Yingdalan: 社會民主黨, Transliteration: Shè huì mín zhǔ dǎng) is a progressive, left-wing political party in Indrala. The party was founded in June of 4325 by Fa Rong, just as monarchism was seeing a resurgence in the National Conference, a motion opposed by a majority of the Social Democrats. The Social Democratic Party is largely comprised of left-leaning students, urbanites, educated professionals, and minorities. It also, however, contains a small centre-right faction, many of whom were former members of the collapsed Republican Party.

History Edit

The month immediately before the Social Democratic Party's founding would see Indrala vote in a large majority of pro-monarchists into the National Conference. This would lead Fa Rong, a pro-republican legislator, to establish the Social Democratic Party in her hometown of Kaizhou. The party would quickly rally around many of Indrala's urban centers, especially Tian'an, Kaizhou, and Mudanwan, creating its current support base. However, due to being founded right after a national election, the Social Democratic Party was reduced to acting as a grassroots movement, only being able to run local elections for quite a few years. This crucial time period would also see the party gain a small centre-right faction, as the swift destruction of the Republican Party would leave the Social Democrats as one of the only remaining pro-republican parties.

The Social Democratic Party's first election in 4330 would end with the party receiving 64 seats out of Indrala's 668, quite a show for a small, recently founded organization. However, the election itself ended with a blow to the party's main tenant: the preservation of Indralan democracy, as a majority of the populace voted for the creation of a constitutional monarchy. In the following days, the party leadership announced a plan for the Social Democratic Party to aid in the establishment of the new government, in the hopes it would increase stability and unity in the increasingly dangerous times.

In June of 4486, at a Party Conference held in Kaizhou, the SDP was reformed into the Bamboo-Left Coalition under Hua Feihong.

Party Governance Edit

The Social Democratic Party has two leading officials within its ranks: the Party Leader and Party Chancellor. The Party Chancellor heads the entirety of the party, and furthermore runs its day to day operations as well as other internal affairs. Despite this the Party Leader is truly the face of the Social Democratic Party and is the member that will become the head of government, if the party is able to secure such a role. Both of these positions are voted upon by members of the party during Party Conferences held a year before each national election. While the Party Leader must undergo reelection for each conference, the Party Chancellor holds the position for two sessions, unless they decide to renounce their role.

Party Leaders Edit

Order Portrait Name Term Notes
1 Web-hki-tanya 0 Fa Rong 4329-4369 Founder of the Social Democratic Party, served as Party Chancellor until the Party Conference of 4329. Won the leadership with 96.83% of the Party Conference votes.
2 Untitled-1522123863 Sunada Machiko 4369-4392 Kunihito refugee, who won the leadership at the age of 25 with high support from young voters and minority groups. Won with 57.4% of the votes.
3 Celebrity-20130129125401-399HenryTang cropped 300x300 Dr. Cheng Ah 4392-4418 Long-time member of the SDP's establishment, who previously served as the Minister of Finance. He won with a 53.4% of the vote in a highly contentious party election.
4 民主派立法會補選港島區候選人區諾軒 (cropped) Chen Zemin 4421-4454 Seen as the successor of Dr. Cheng Ah, Chen was sworn in as the leader after Cheng's retirement. He later officially won the leadership in 4421.
5 Wei Zhenya Wei Zhenya 4454-4486 Assemblywoman, and former mayor of Tian'an, she was voted in as leader with a total of 73.6%, the largest victory since Fa Rong.

Party Chancellors Edit

Order Portrait Name Term Notes
1 Web-hki-tanya 0 Fa Rong 4325-4329 Social Democratic Party's Founder, renounced role as Party Chancellor to become the Party Leader before the national election of 4330.
2 Lee ying-yuan By-Minizest 800sq Zi Liang 4329-4339 Previously served as a provincial level legislator for an area of Tian'an. Won with a majority of 56.89% of the Party Conference votes.
3 Jia Wuying-0 Jia Wuying 4339-4369 Highly popular member in the Grand Assembly who represented an area of Kaizhou. She won the Chancellery with a majority of 68.34%.
4 GettyImages-669010492 Yuan Kun 4369-4369 A representative from a district in Mundawan. She won with 63.1% of the party's votes, stepped down after electoral failure in election of 4369.
5 Xilai Bai Zhen 4376-4390 A former prosecutor working in Taixi, he won the Chancellery with 52.3% of the vote. He was forced to step down after a failed election in 4390.
6 Untitled-1526516761 Ngư Chiêu Minh 4390-4446 The daughter of Dinh immigrants who settled in Mundawan, she worked in social services, before attempting to enter party politics. Minh won with 72.2% of the electorate.
7 65248481271 Lian Tu 4446-4486 Assemblyman serving a district in Liangjiang, Shu. He won with a 48.1% vote.

Electoral Results Edit

Grand Chancellery (Defunct) Edit

Year Candidate Votes

First Round

% Votes

First Round


Second Round

% Votes

Second Round

4330 Fa Rong 5,856,428 9.49% N/A N/A Loss
4335 Fa Rong 5,504,468 8.59% N/A N/A Loss

Grand Assembly Edit

Year Total Votes Votes Received % Votes Seats +/- Position Status
4330 61,233,290 5,910,567 Increase 9.65%
64 / 668
Increase 64 Steady 6th Government
4335 64,606,973 5,600,255 Decrease 8.67%
57 / 668
Decrease 7 Increase 5th Opposition
4338 58,966,519 2,784,828 Decrease 4.72%
29 / 668
Decrease 28 Decrease 7th Opposition
4343 57,614,290 3,663,682 Increase 6.36%
40 / 668
Increase 11 Steady 7th Opposition
4347 55,198,991 3,827,091 Increase 6.93%
48 / 668
Increase 8 Increase 6th Opposition
4350 43,056,791 5,761,814 Increase 13.38%
92 / 668
44 44 Increase 5th Opposition
4352 43,068,521 8,394,998 Increase 19.49%
135 / 668
Increase 43 Increase 3rd Opposition
4356 28,886,263 5,828,136 Increase 20.18%
139 / 668
Increase 4 Steady 3rd Opposition
4361 27,556,731 3,445,012 Decrease 12.50%
91 / 668
Decrease 48 Decrease 4th Opposition
4364 30,664,708 7,963,780 Increase 25.97%
216 / 668
Increase 125 Increase 2nd Opposition
4369 38,504,149 3,186,282 Decrease 8.28%
58 / 668
Decrease 158 Decrease 4th Opposition
4373 52,224,077 9,945,974 Increase 19.04%
132 / 668
Increase 74 Increase 2nd Government