Alternative History


  • The Democratic Socialist Party (Cold War Intensification)
  • The Russian National Front (Cold War Intensification)
  • The Social Communist Alliance (Cold War Intensification)
  • The Siberian Independence Party (Cold War Intensification)
  • The Caucasian Popular Movement for Chechen Interests (Cold War Intensification)
  • The Integration Party (Cold War Intensification)
  • The Isolationist Front for United Prosperity (Cold War Intensification)

Big Three Parties[]

The DSP (changed its name from SDP in 1952) advocates control of corporate power, big welfare, corporate taxes, foreign aid, political freedoms, and lowering of military spending as well as secularism. It is very ideological and is based in the lower-middle and lower classes. It is currently cooperating with the CPMCI, the IFUP and the SCA.

The RNF advocates the combining of Church (Orthodox) and State, economic liberalism, and the restriction of personal freedoms. It is supported by the upper-middle and upper classes. It corporates with the IP.

The SCA is merely hardline-communist and only has a small support base in urban Western Russia. It is a partner with the DSP.


The Congress of Russia has three houses: the lower house is the 354-member Political House of Representation, the middle one is the 236-member Senatorial House, and the upper house is the 120-member Political Council. The elected leaders include:

Head of State: President

Head of Govt.: Head of People's Commitee

Second Head of Govt.: Premier

Second Head of State: Second Premier

Third Head of State: Vice President

Third Head of Govt.: Chairman of People's Commitee

Head of Congress: Chancellor

Second Head of Congress: Speaker

(Please note that the candidates for the Heads of Congress must be Congresspeople)

The People's Commitee[]

The People's Commitee is a group of 25 ministers and acts as the Cabinet.


The Heads of Government and State have 5-year terms, and can hold office for no more than 3 terms.

The lower and middle Houses of Congress's Congresspeople have 2-year terms, but the term number is unlimited (there have been no more than 7 so far)

The upper House of Congress's Congresspeople have 6-year terms and can serve for no more the 2 terms.

2009 Elections[]

2009 is the second super election year so far. Here are the results:

Lower House[]

DSP: 137

RNF: 124

SCA: 82

SIP: 3




Independent: 3

Middle House[]

DSP: 97

RNF: 93

SCA: 45

Independent: 1

Upper House[]

DSP: 63

RNF: 42

SCA: 15


DSP: 54.5% of votes (winner)

RNF: 45.3% of votes

Minor Candidates: 0.2% of votes

Head of People's Commitee[]

DSP: 51.4% of votes (winner)

RNF: 48.5% of votes

Minor Candidates: 0.1% of votes


DSP: 52.6% of votes (winner)

RNF: 46.9% of votes

SCA: 0.45% of votes

Minor Candidates: 0.05% of votes

Second Premier[]

DSP: 51.9% of votes (winner)

RNF: 47.3% of votes

Minor Candidates: 0.8% of votes

Vice President[]

DSP: 58.4% of votes (winner)

RNF: 35.9% of votes

SCA: 5.2% of votes

Minor Candidates: 0.5% of votes

Chairman of the People's Commitee[]

DSP: 61.9% of votes (winner)

RNF: 24.5% of votes

SCA: 12.8% of votes

Minor Candidates: 0.8% of votes


DSP: 75.8% of votes (winner)

SCA: 14.5% of votes

RNF: 6.5% of votes

Minor Candidates: 3.2% of votes


DSP: 76.8% of votes (winner)

RNF: 12.1% of votes

SCA: 10.2% of votes

Minor Candidates: 0.9%