Unedig fel un (United as one)
Newspaper: Gweriniaeth Aloria Daily
Note: the region name colours may be badly readable. It will be fixed in the future.
Cabinet: click here to view the cabinet.
Last Election Results: click here
Next Election[?]: June 4504
Click here for a comparison of the party voting records.
|Progressive Liberal Party (93 seats)||
|Demokratische Allianz (32 seats)||
For election history, click here.
|Civil Rights[?]||Restrictive||Permissive||Importance: vital|
|Foreign Relations[?]||Isolationalism||Internationalism||Importance: small|
|Government Responsibilities[?]||Small Government||Big Government||Importance: tiny|
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Click here to inspect the national budget.
Cities: view here.
National Sport: Archery
National Animal: Alorian Lion
|Title: Aloria's Triumph|
Not long ago on this land of ours
Dark shapes landed seeking power
Bringing death and destruction
They came to enslave us
A spirit they awoke
in Aloria's heart
To End our Enslavement
To fight the invaders
Independence or Death
Victory, Democracy and Freedom
They never surrendered
To Fascism's might
They fought for the freedom
of all generations
The Liberty of the future
Secured by their blood
The Saiser defeated
Fascism crushed by Alorian hands
Long live Aloria, united and free.
Shining in glory for all men to see.
The subnational divisions, also referred to as regions[?], of the Gweriniaeth Aloria are each referred to as a Wladwriaeth.
To view the laws currently in effect, click here.
To view the legislative history of this nation, click here.
Bills under debate
These bills are currently under debate[?].
|May 4312||OOC: Cultural Protocols of Aloria *UPDATED 4308*|
|November 4392||OOC: Alorian Armed Forces|
|June 4407||OOC: Our nation has a newspaper on the forums!|
|May 4499||Demokratische Allianz Election Omnibus|
Bills being voted upon
These bills are currently being voted[?] upon.
|Bill Created||Vote Started||Title|
|Random fact: Real-life quotations may be used in Particracy, but the real-life speaker or author should always be referenced in an OOC (out-of-character) note alongside the quotation.|
|Random quote: "Abolition of a woman's right to abortion, when and if she wants it, amounts to compulsory maternity: a form of rape by the State." - Edward Abbey|