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{{Infobox political party
 
{{Infobox political party
 
| name = Democratic Reformist Front
 
| name = Democratic Reformist Front
| logo =  
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| logo = [[File:MHOC_DRF_Logo.svg|100px]]
| logo_size =  
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| logo_size = 150px
 
| colorcode = #b5b2d3
 
| colorcode = #b5b2d3
 
| leader = [[Gregor_the_Beggar]]
 
| leader = [[Gregor_the_Beggar]]
| leader2_title = Deputy Leader
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| founded = 15 June 2019
| leader2_name = [[ViktorHR]]
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| dissolution = 10 November 2020
| leader3_title = Party Chair
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| ideology = Republicanism<br>Progressivism<br>Big Tent
| leader3_name = [[Lambbell]]
 
| founded = June 2019
 
| ideology = Republicanism
 
 
| position = Centre
 
| position = Centre
 
| colours = {{colour box|#b5b2d3}} Grey {{colour box|#c00607}} Red
 
| colours = {{colour box|#b5b2d3}} Grey {{colour box|#c00607}} Red
| seats1_title = [[Model House of Commons|House of Commons]]
 
| seats1 = {{composition bar|3|100|#b5b2d3}}
 
| seats2_title = [[House of Lords]]
 
| seats2 = {{composition bar|0|26|#b5b2d3}}
 
| seats3_title = [[Scottish Parliament]]
 
| seats3 = {{composition bar|5|121|#b5b2d3}}
 
| seats4_title = [[Senedd Cymru]]
 
| seats4 = {{composition bar|9|60|#b5b2d3}}
 
| seats5_title = [[Northern Ireland Assembly]]
 
| seats5 = {{composition bar|12|90|#b5b2d3}}
 
 
| website =  
 
| website =  
 
}}
 
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The Democratic Reformist Front was a republican, centrist political party founded by [[ZanyDraco]]  on June 15th 2019. Over the year it existed it grew and evolved, merging with parties such as the [[Irish Parliamentary Party]] in Northern Ireland, [[Plaid Cymru]] in Wales and [[Progressive Party UK|Scottish PUP]] in Scotland. Formerly the regional branches of the DRF were the IPP in Northern Ireland, Plaid Cymru in Wales and the [[Scottish Progressives]] in Scotland however by the end of its existence, the DRF had no devolved branches due to several splits in the party along with declining membership and activity on the part of the party.
  
[[Category:Political parties]]
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==Election Results==
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===United Kindom===
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{| class=wikitable
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|-
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! Election year
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! # of<br />constituency votes
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!%
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! +/-
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! # of<br />party list votes
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! %
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! +/-
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! # of<br />overall seats won
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! +/-
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|-
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! [[August 2019 United Kingdom general election|August 2019]]
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|620,590
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|2%
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|''New''
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|652,482
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|2%
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|''New''
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| {{Composition bar|2|100|#b5b2d3}}
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| ''New''
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|-
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! [[February 2020 United Kingdom general election|February 2020]]
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|2,820,933
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|10%
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| {{increase}} 8%
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|2,943,729
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|10%
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| {{increase}} 8%
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| {{Composition bar|8|100|#b5b2d3}}
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| {{increase}} 6
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|-
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! [[August 2020 United Kingdom general election|August 2020]]
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|1,161,400
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|3%
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| {{Decrease}} 7%
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|1,194,782
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|3%
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| {{Decrease}} 7%
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| {{Composition bar|3|100|#b5b2d3}}
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| {{decrease}} 5
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|}
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[[Category:Defunct political parties]]

Latest revision as of 15:13, 10 July 2021

Democratic Reformist Front
LeaderGregor_the_Beggar
Founded15 June 2019
Dissolved10 November 2020
IdeologyRepublicanism
Progressivism
Big Tent
Political positionCentre
Colours     Grey      Red

The Democratic Reformist Front was a republican, centrist political party founded by ZanyDraco on June 15th 2019. Over the year it existed it grew and evolved, merging with parties such as the Irish Parliamentary Party in Northern Ireland, Plaid Cymru in Wales and Scottish PUP in Scotland. Formerly the regional branches of the DRF were the IPP in Northern Ireland, Plaid Cymru in Wales and the Scottish Progressives in Scotland however by the end of its existence, the DRF had no devolved branches due to several splits in the party along with declining membership and activity on the part of the party.

Election Results

United Kindom

Election year # of
constituency votes
% +/- # of
party list votes
% +/- # of
overall seats won
+/-
August 2019 620,590 2% New 652,482 2% New
2 / 100
New
February 2020 2,820,933 10% Increase 8% 2,943,729 10% Increase 8%
8 / 100
Increase 6
August 2020 1,161,400 3% Decrease 7% 1,194,782 3% Decrease 7%
3 / 100
Decrease 5