National Fascist Party

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National Fascist Party
Founded: 1921
Political Position : Far-Right

The National Fascist Party (Italian: Partito Nazionale Fascista) is the ruling party of Italian Empire. Founded in 1921 by Benito Mussolini and the members of the Fasci Italiani di Combattimento, the party soon gained power over Italy in 1924 through the elections, and has ruled over the country ever since.

Factions[edit | edit source]

Balbo's Faction[edit | edit source]

This faction is based on two principles, Pragmatism and Imperialism. The principle of Pragmatism by seeking to soften some of the PNF's polices to stabilize Italy while still ensuring that the Party still dominates the political scene. The principle of Imperialism through the faction;s efforts to unify and improve Italy's colonies and the nation's standing in their sphere of influence as a secondary power.

Pavolini's Faction[edit | edit source]

This faction are made up of members within the PNF who seek to the reform the party into one similar to Germany's NSDAP.

Sansepolcrist[edit | edit source]

Led by their leader Ettore Muti, this faction seeks to return the PNF to its more futurist and revolutionary origins.

Fascist Mystics[edit | edit source]

Led by Niccolò Giani, this faction sees fascism less as a political ideology but more as a way of life with rituals and other such things.

Monarchio[edit | edit source]

This faction name is used to represent members of the PNF who are more nationalistic than fascistic in nature. They seek to move Italy back towards a democracy, with a constitutional monarchy.