|Han Nationalist Party|
|Founded||March 8, 1889|
|Headquarters||Binondo district, Hanyang|
|Political position||Centrist to centre-right|
|Membership (2016)||8,000,000 +|
East Asian capitalism
|Religion||None (guaranteed freedom of religion)|
Mahayana Buddhism (preferred)
|Official colours||Gold, blue, white|
Formed in March 8, 1889, it resisted the Yi dynasty and was became the ruling party during Hani's time as an American protectorate because of its pro-American, democratic stance. It has won every national election ever since, holding the majority of the seats in the National Diet and its dominance has led to Hani become described as a single-party dominant state.
It adheres to what it refers to as the Han thought–a combination of Han nationalism and conservatism (which is drastically different from normal conservatism), collectivism, and East Asian capitalism (which is similar to dirigisme). The party regards Han thought as essential to avoid losing its sovereignty to other foreign powers and is essential to maintain rapid socio-economic growth it has gained since the twentieeth century.
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