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Craftian Reform Party
克拉夫地亚改革党
Kèlāfūdìyà Gǎigédǎng
クラフティア改革党
Kurafutia Kaikakutō
CRPLogo
Leader Vivienne Clark
Deputy Leader Matthew Ting
Senate Leader Dan Foley
Founded 5 May 2013
Ideology Centrism
Classical liberalism
Economic liberalism
Populism
Political position Centre to centre-right
Colour      Pink/lavender
House of Representatives
20 / 150
Senate
4 / 76
State and Territory Parliaments
33 / 479
Premierships
0 / 11
Governorships
0 / 11

The Craftian Reform Party (CRP, commonly known as Reform, Gǎigédǎng in Chinese, Kaikakutō in Japanese, formerly known as the Hen-Ji Independent Party from 2013 to 2015, and the Independence Party from 2015 to 2022) is a centrist classical liberal political party in Craftia. The party was the main third party in federal politics from the late 2010s until the early 2040s. It is now a smaller but still considerably important force in federal politics, usually gaining about 5% of the seats in the Craftian House of Representatives, allowing it to hold a 'kingmaker' status by forming coalitions with larger parties. In modern times, it presents itself as a centrist 'European liberal' party, and as a moderate alternative to the Craftian Conservative Party.

In the 2073 federal election, the Reform Party won its best result in decades, winning more than 12% of the vote and 20 seats.

At the state level, the Reform Party performs the strongest in the states of Kagstron and Lumina, with the party currently forming the Official Opposition in both state parliaments.






Federal party leaders

No. Name Term Time in office Term as Prime Minister
Term began Term ended
1 Oliver Hen-Ji 5 May 2013 16 August 2033 20 years, 3 months, 12 days (7409 days) 2016–2019
2 Timothy Lee 17 August 2033 11 November 2035 2 years, 2 months, 26 days (817 days) 2034–2035
3 Kim Donaldson 12 November 2035 2 September 2040 4 years, 9 months, 22 days (1757 days)
4 Andrew Shek 3 September 2040 27 April 2044 3 years, 7 months, 25 days (1333 days)
(1) Oliver Hen-Ji 28 April 2044 14 September 2046 2 years, 4 months, 18 days (870 days)
5 Erik Mack 15 September 2046 8 September 2052 5 years, 11 months, 25 days (2186 days)
6 Isa Baumhauer 9 September 2052 10 January 2059 6 years, 4 months, 2 days (2315 days)
7 Dave Hen-Ji 11 January 2059 24 October 2059 9 months, 14 days (287 days)
8 Pat Nemeth 25 October 2059 21 February 2060 3 months, 28 days (120 days)
(7) Dave Hen-Ji 22 February 2060 31 August 2064 4 years, 6 months, 10 days (1653 days)
9 Xenia Cai 1 September 2064 12 November 2064 2 months, 12 days (73 days)
10 Peter Hen-Ji 13 November 2064 5 September 2067 2 years, 9 months, 24 days (1027 days)
11 Eddy Sutsz 6 September 2067 30 May 2069 1 year, 8 month, 25 days (633 days)
12 Vivienne Clark 31 May 2069 19 September 2070 1 year, 3 months, 20 days (477 days)
(9) Xenia Cai 20 September 2070 25 January 2071 4 months, 6 days (128 days)
(10) Peter Hen-Ji 26 January 2071 1 March 2072 1 year, 1 month, 5 days (401 days)
13 Alej Welch 2 March 2072 27 March 2072 26 days
(10) Peter Hen-Ji 28 March 2072 18 May 2072 1 month, 21 days (52 days)
(12) Vivienne Clark 19 May 2072 Incumbent 7 months, 14 days (228 days)

Deputy party leaders

1. Jason Miles (5 May 2013 – 1 July 2014, O. Hen-Ji)
2. Ben Watersworth (2 July 2014 – 26 April 2017, O. Hen-Ji)
3. Eric Frudere (27 April 2017 – 9 September 2019, O. Hen-Ji)
4. James Whitsey (10 September 2029 – 14 September 2025, O. Hen-Ji)
5. Harry Linden (15 September 2025 – 7 March 2026, O. Hen-Ji)
6. Jim Bush (8 March 2026 – 11 June 2028, O. Hen-Ji)
7. Davies Guo (12 June 2028 – 8 September 2028, O. Hen-Ji)
8. Cameron Dong (9 September 2028 – 25 August 2030, O. Hen-Ji)
9. Timothy Lee (26 August 2030 – 16 August 2033, O. Hen-Ji)
(7) Davies Guo (17 August 2033 – 27 August 2034, Lee)
10. Oliver Hen-Ji (28 August 2034 – 17 September 2035, Lee)
11. Andrew Shek (18 September 2035 – 2 September 2040, Donaldson)
12. Erik Mack (3 September 2040 – 29 September 2043, Shek)
(10). Oliver Hen-Ji (30 September 2043 – 27 April 2044, Shek)
(12) Erik Mack (28 April 2044 – 14 September 2046, O. Hen-Ji)
13. Peter Hen-Ji (15 September 2046 – 8 September 2052, Mack)
14. Dave Hen-Ji (9 September 2052 – 20 September 2055, Baumhauer)
(13) Peter Hen-Ji (21 September 2055 – 17 September 2058, Baumhauer)
(14) Dave Hen-Ji (18 September 2058 – 10 January 2059, Baumhauer)
(13) Peter Hen-Ji (11 January 2059 – 21 February 2060, D. Hen-Ji/Nemeth)
15. Pat Nemeth (22 February 2060 – 16 December 2062, D. Hen-Ji)
16. Xenia Cai (17 December 2062 – 31 August 2064, D. Hen-Ji)
(13) Peter Hen-Ji (1 September 2064 – 12 November 2064, Cai)
(16) Xenia Cai (13 November 2064 – 19 September 2070, P. Hen-Ji/Sutsz/Clark)
(13) Peter Hen-Ji (20 September 2070 – 25 January 2071, Cai)
17. Alej Welch (26 January 2071 – 1 March 2072, P. Hen-Ji)
18. Matthew Ting (2 March 2072 – present, Welch/P. Hen-Ji/Clark)

State and territory parliamentary leaders

State and Territory Assembly Seats
JS Parliament
2 / 75
AD Parliament
2 / 67
MY Parliament
1 / 55
BE Parliament
2 / 48
JL Parliament
1 / 30
WT Parliament
1 / 37
WC Parliament
2 / 45
KT Parliament
9 / 36
LM Parliament
11 / 30
BCT Parliament
2 / 42

Past premiers and chief ministers

Jebsten

Meyang

Berhardsson

Wintaro

Western Crafia

Lumina

Federal election results

Election Seats won ± Total votes  % Swing Position Government Leader
2013
15 / 90
Increase 15 268,697 16.34% Increase 16.34% Increase 4th Third party Oliver Hen-Ji
2016
29 / 90
Increase 14 596,181 31.87% Increase 15.53% Increase 1st Government
(HIP-CCP-BEP)
Oliver Hen-Ji
2019
23 / 90
Decrease 6 538,037 25.31% Decrease 6.56% Decrease 2nd Opposition Oliver Hen-Ji
2022
16 / 100
Decrease 7 398,211 15.99% Decrease 9.32% Decrease 3rd Third party Oliver Hen-Ji
2025
14 / 100
Decrease 2 450,102 14.27% Decrease 1.72% Steady 3rd Third party Oliver Hen-Ji
2028
15 / 100
Increase 1 489,273 14.69% Increase 0.42% Steady 3rd Third party Oliver Hen-Ji
2031
29 / 120
Increase 14 919,395 23.97% Increase 9.28% Steady 3rd Opposition Oliver Hen-Ji
2034
28 / 120
Decrease 1 1,021,923 23.11% Decrease 0.86% Increase 2nd Government
(HKP-NUP-MIP-
GCP-LDP)
Timothy Lee
2037
16 / 120
Decrease 12 702,296 13.50% Decrease 9.61% Decrease 3rd Third party Kim Donaldson
2040
16 / 120
Steady 0 753,642 13.35% Decrease 0.15% Decrease 4th Third party Kim Donaldson
2043
4 / 125
Decrease 12 170,663 2.84% Decrease 10.51% Decrease 6th Fifth party Andrew Shek
2046
10 / 125
Increase 6 577,900 8.42% Increase 5.58% Increase 4th Third party Oliver Hen-Ji
2049
9 / 140
Decrease 1 482,870 6.34% Decrease 2.08% Decrease 5th Fourth party Erik Mack
2052
9 / 140
Steady 0 513,006 6.11% Decrease 0.23% Steady 5th Coalition
(CCP-MDP-CRP-
RPC-GPC-LDP)
Erik Mack
2055
5 / 140
Decrease 4 335,333 3.73% Decrease 2.38% Steady 5th Fifth party Isa Baumhauer
2058
5 / 145
Steady 0 321,440 3.16% Decrease 0.57% Steady 5th Third party Isa Baumhauer
2061
6 / 145
Increase 1 458,300 3.98% Increase 0.82% Steady 5th Fourth party Dave Hen-Ji
2064
11 / 150
Increase 5 930,355 7.56% Increase 3.58% Increase 4th Coalition
(CCP-CRP-
MDP-RPC)
Dave Hen-Ji
2067
8 / 150
Decrease 3 586,037 4.47% Decrease 3.09% Steady 4th Third party Peter Hen-Ji
2070
5 / 150
Decrease 3 467,665 3.13% Decrease 1.34% Steady 4th Third party Vivienne Clark

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