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The Respect Party (sometimes shortened to RESPECT) were a left-wing party that was dissolved in October 2006.
In May 2005, Kayz created the Respect Party. Some of their policies included an end to foreign expeditions (such as in Iraq), affordable housing, and more investment in both the education system and the NHS. In the previous month, she had expressed her support for the real life equivalent. However, despite gaining a couple of seats in the November 2005 General Election and a seat in the May 2006 General Election, the party did not properly get off the ground and due to inactivity, they were shut down in October 2006 by then-Speaker bikerx23.
In December 2008, it initially appeared as though Anony mouse had forward her proposal to form the party once more. However, a few days later, it was revealed that she had been joking.
The Respect Party stood in 2 General Elections, with its best performance coming in the November 2005 General Election where it won 2 seats.
This table shows how RESPECT performed in General Elections before its closure in June 2006:
|Election||Votes||Vote %||Rank||Seats||Change in Seats||Outcome of Election|
|November 2005||9||3.08%||7th||N/A||Liberal Democrat Minority|
|May 2006||11||2.95%||9th||1||Conservative-Monster Raving Loony Coalition|
Kayz was the first and last Leader of the Respect Party.
|Leader||Took office||Left office|
|Kayz||May 2005||June 2006|