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The Metropolitan Party is a social-democratic political party and one of the Big Three parties within the Princian Commonwealth that first became a ruling party after the November 2019 Ministerial Election when it formed a coalition with the United Democratic Party. Since then, the Metropolitan Party has grown to form a majority government without a coalition. The Metropolitan Party is known for its libertarian and socialist views, and is often abbreviated to the Met. Party or more simply just Metro. The Metropolitan Party was formerly a constituent party of the Met-Dem Coalition, the continuation of the same coalition formed from the May 2021 6th Unitary Election following the People's Party & Princian Party of Socialists' landslide result, although falling short of a majority, and was part of the Metropolitan Party and United Democratic Party's front against the spread of communism in Princia. The coalition remained until the August 2021 8th Unitary Election, holding a near-80% seat-share over all three houses of the Prince's Order at its peak. The Metropolitan Party was founded during the Great Princian Leftist Swing (Jan 2019-Jan 2020) as an alternative to the more radical People's Party or Princian Party of Socialists (have since merged into one party, the People's Party & Princian Party of Socialists). The Metropolitan Party mainly appeals towards the urban areas of the Princian Commonwealth, and has therefore won many of the city-districts in Princia. The Metropolitan Party's first ever election victory, were it successfully acquired a 5.6% majority within the House of Ministers, was the December 2020 2nd Monthly Unitary Election. The Metropolitan Party's best ever election showing (standing without a coalition) was the January 2021 3rd Monthly Unitary Election, were it won a majority of 8.3% within the House of Ministers, with an average majority of 11.7% throughout all three houses (the House of Ministers, House of Head Ministers and House of Lord Ministers)

Previous logo of the Metropolitan Party, August 2019-October 2020

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