Republic of Mordusia[?]
For Mordusia, we live. For the People, we die.
Newspaper: Republic of Mordusia 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 4597
Click here for a comparison of the party voting records.
|National Republican Party (271 seats)||
|The Mordusian Worker's Party (200 seats)||
|National Socialist Worker's Party (29 seats)||
|Diogo Pinhal Party (0 seats)||
|Green Party (0 seats)||
For election history, click here.
|Civil Rights[?]||Restrictive||Permissive||Importance: moderate|
|Foreign Relations[?]||Isolationalism||Internationalism||Importance: tiny|
|Government Responsibilities[?]||Small Government||Big Government||Importance: vital|
View diplomatic details.
Click here to inspect the national budget.
Cities: view here.
National Sport: Swimming
National Animal: Eagle
|Long live Mordusia! |
Mordusia shall always be free!
Land home to the boldest,
Shining light of liberty.
Long live Mordusia!
Forever scourge of the tyrant's hand!
Guided by Providence,
For justice we make our stand.
Long live Mordusia!
Beloved land so strong and fair!
Our faithful loyalty,
To noble liberty, we swear.
The subnational divisions, also referred to as regions[?], of the Republic of Mordusia are each referred to as a State.
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[?].
Bills being voted upon
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|Random fact: References to prominent real-life persons are not allowed. This includes references to philosophies featuring the name of a real-life person (eg. "Marxism", "Thatcherism", "Keynesianism").|
|Random quote: "Public schools are government-established, politician- and bureaucrat-controlled, fully politicized, taxpayer-supported, authoritarian socialist institutions. In fact, the public-school system is one of the purest examples of socialism existing in America." – Thomas L. Johnson|