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Hispanic Workers Party
FoundedJune 22, 2012
IdeologyDemocracy, Conservatism, Nationalism, New Nationalism
Political positionRight-Leaning
Members+ 94,760,000
HeadquartersRio de Janeiro
Official colors      White
Seats in the
- Chamber of Deputies
- Senate
- Senate Assemblies

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The Hispanic Workers Party is the Largest Political Party in the Hispanic Democratic Republic. Founded by Che Adela in 2012, it has more members then any other political party in the HR. Currently the party's platform generally reflects Hispanic conservatism in the U.S. political spectrum. Hispanic conservatism of the Hispanic Workers Party is not wholly based upon rejection of the political ideology of liberalism, as many principles of Hispanic conservatism are based upon classical liberalism. It has enjoyed power and many of Chao's advisers had wanted him to make this the only party, therefore in resulting in a single-party democracy, but he has refused to do that.

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