The membership of the Conservative People's Party has voted to rebrand their party. The name has been changed to the Centre Party and a new set of logos has been designed and adopted. These changes were initiated by the leader of the party, Tobey von Wyles. In the official announcement made by von Wyles, the change was initiated "to reflect the parties change in political position over time, reflected finally in the departure of long time member and former leader Erich Thaller". The departure of Thaller, who recently left the CPP to form the National Fatherland Party of Atovia, was cited by von Wyles as a contributing factor of the change in the ideology of members of the former CPP.
In the same announcement quoted earlier, von Wyles said that "Our party will continue to cooperate in government with the LGM and will continue to stand for personal liberty and have a Republican leaning stance... We will vote on our specific policy proposals but I will push for transparency in government, caution in pursuing international relations to ensure we only work with democratic countries and ensure our sovereignty is protected."
This change brings about a new era for the Centre Party, and it remains to be seen what new policies will be proposed by this renewed party.