Unparty: The Consensus-Building Party

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This article is about the political party in British Columbia, Canada. For the political party in Ontario in the 1980s, see Unparty.
Unparty: The Consensus-Building Party
Leader Michael Donovan
Founded 2011 (2011)
Headquarters 413-8120 Colonial Dr
Richmond, BC
V7C 4V2
Ideology Deliberative democracy, Consensus decision-making
Colours Cyan
Seats in Legislature
0 / 85
Website
www.unparty.ca
Politics of British Columbia
Political parties
Elections

Unparty: The Consensus-Building Party (formerly the People's Senate Party) is a political party in British Columbia. It was registered on September 20, 2011, and changed its name from People's Senate Party to Unparty in August 2012. The main plank of the party's platform is the promotion of consensus governance over adversarial party politics. Unparty wants to see meetings held on political issues at the local level that employ consensus decision-making techniques, and for Members of the Legislative Assembly to bring those policy decisions to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia in Victoria.

The party nominated two candidates in the May 14, 2013 provincial election to promote these ideas and Consensus decision-making more broadly. These candidates were:

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