International Labour Movement[?]
|The International Labour Movement represents an Terra-wide alliance of workers, trade unions and political parties which support those groups. Members of the International Labour Movements recognise the importance of the workers in society and as such, believe in their right to organise. Furthermore, members are expected to pursue and support policies which protect workers rights and advance the organised labour movement as a whole. In return, the International Labour Movement will seek to provide information, resources and advice to all members. |
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This organization was founded by the Deltarian Labor Party in July 2089.
There are three levels of membership:
- Candidate: any party can apply for candidacy in a party organization.
- Full: a candidate can be made full member by being promoted by a party of the leadership.
- Leadership: a party that has leadership level has the authority of promoting or demoting other parties up to the full level.
This organization has 665 member parties.
|Kirlawan People's Justice Party||Leadership|
|Front Gauche (FG)||Full|
|Gaduridan Liberal Party||Full|
|Gaduridos Communist Party||Full|
|Lodamese Nationalist Committee||Full|
|Parti Nationaliste ð||Full|
|People's Radical Revolutionary Party||Full|
|Revolutionary Anarcho-communist Party||Full|
|Sozialistische Einheitspartei Dundorfs||Full|
|AlianÃ§a da Esquerda Verde||Candidate|
|Ezizlenlerin ÃzgÃ¼rlÃ¼k Partisi||Candidate|
|Parti Mondial Des Travailleurs||Candidate|
|Partido social nacional||Candidate|
|Talmoria Labor Party||Candidate|
|United Left Party - Equality First||Candidate|
Membership of this organization is divided over the following nations:
|Random fact: The default rule is that role-play events can only be done with the consent of all of the players in the nation or nations concerned, and that if one of the players withdraws consent for the role-play, then the role-play becomes void. However, there are procedures available to overcome the risk of a role-play being brought down like this. These procedures cannot compel players to actively participate in a role-play, but they do oblige them not to stand in the way of them and to recognise their legitimacy under the rules.|
|Random quote: "Political institutions are a superstructure resting on an economic foundation." Nikolai Lenin (1870-1924)|