Kietul Njartikt - Civic Renewal

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Civic Renewal

Kietul Njartikt
AbbreviationKN-CR
LeaderSanjarai Eleris
(since 1 September 2006)
FounderKeri Eler
Founded18 December 1919 (1919-12-18)
IdeologyCommunism
Elerism
Marxism
Political positionLeft to far-left
Colours  Brown
Seats in the
Chamber of Representatives
6 / 320
Senators in the
Federal Office
1 / 25

Civic Renewal (Vaaran: Kietul Njartikt /kɪetul nʲaɹtikt/), colloquially known as the Civvies, is an industrialist-communist political party in Aduraszna. Formed in the early days of Aduraszna by philosopher Keri Eler, whose works had also inspired the Midwinter Revolution in Kireitarenu'a, the party has seen limited electoral success, and has never left the opposition benches, although they occasionally vote with the government with regards to state infrastructure projects. Civic Renewal currently have six members of parliament (MPs) in the Aszar Chamber of Representatives, and one senator, Laukrais Ra'ak (the sister of Solidarity senator Fvelun Ra'ak), in the Federal Office.

In 1995, disagreements between the then leader Kinura Eleris and the leaders of several major trade unions, most notably the Aszar Farmers' Association's Tselradi'e Dirasz, led to a split and the founding of rival left-wing party Solidarity.

Electoral performance

Election Votes Seats Rank Government
# % ±pp # +/−
1920 49,543 18.60%
21 / 320
4th Opposition
1921 63,425 22.97% Increase 4.37%
45 / 320
Increase 24 3rd Opposition
1924 34,632 11.15% Decrease 11.82%
6 / 320
Decrease 39 4th Opposition
1929 19,990 5.29% Decrease 5.86%
5 / 320
Decrease 1 4th Opposition
1933 12,643 2.86% Decrease 2.43%
3 / 320
Decrease 2 4th Opposition
1934 12,551 2.73% Decrease 0.13%
1 / 320
Decrease 2 3rd Opposition
1938 18,879 3.51% Increase 0.78%
4 / 320
Increase 3 3rd Opposition
1942 24,539 3.90% Increase 0.39%
5 / 320
Increase 1 3rd Opposition
1943 56,343 8.61% Increase 4.71%
5 / 320
Steady 3rd Opposition
1948 130,094 16.34% Increase 7.73%
14 / 320
Increase 9 3rd Opposition
1952 54,301 5.83% Decrease 10.51%
6 / 320
Decrease 8 3rd Opposition
1954 54,500 5.41% Decrease 0.42%
6 / 320
Steady 3rd Opposition
Mar 1959 116,806 9.53% Increase 4.12%
7 / 320
Increase 1 3rd hung parliament
Jun 1959 125,753 10.14% Increase 0.61%
7 / 320
Steady 3rd Opposition
1961 33,539 2.53% Decrease 7.61%
1 / 320
Decrease 6 3rd Opposition
1965 48,231 3.11% Increase 0.58%
3 / 320
Increase 2 3rd Opposition
1970 80,191 4.25% Increase 1.14%
5 / 320
Increase 2 3rd Opposition
1974 64,896 2.94% Decrease 1.31%
1 / 320
Decrease 4 3rd Opposition
1978 81,084 3.14% Increase 0.20%
1 / 320
Steady 3rd Opposition
1983 210,072 6.40% Increase 3.26%
7 / 320
Increase 6 3rd Opposition
1987 270,510 7.36% Increase 0.96%
6 / 320
Decrease 1 3rd Opposition
1991 365,906 8.51% Increase 1.51%
7 / 320
Increase 1 3rd Opposition
1994 365,647 7.56% Decrease 0.95%
5 / 320
Decrease 2 4th Opposition
1998 244,431 4.32% Decrease 3.24%
5 / 320
Steady 4th Opposition
2003 174,165 2.53% Decrease 1.79%
0 / 320
Decrease 5 Not in parliament
2005 166,784 2.24% Decrease 0.29%
0 / 320
Steady Not in parliament
2006 309,816 4.16% Increase 1.92%
5 / 320
Increase 5 5th Opposition
2009 453,814 5.21% Increase 1.05%
6 / 320
Increase 1 5th Opposition
2010 584,296 6.45% Increase 1.24%
6 / 320
Steady 5th Opposition
2014 574,389 5.42% Decrease 1.03%
5 / 320
Decrease 1 6th Opposition
2017 489,702 4.11% Decrease 1.31%
6 / 320
Increase 1 5th Opposition