Civil Rights Council[?]
|The civil rights council is dedicated to the civil rights of people and that no one should be absorbed by a restrictive government. All parties are welcome from left to right. |
United Justice Council
Congress for Liberty,
Radio Free Terra,
Our International rules,
We belive that liberty is the key to a strong country and that it should not be disrupted by pro-restrictive parties that wish to strip people of their freedom.
If we are able to strictly enforce these rules in our countries we can make a difference on people's civil rights.
Leader & Founder:
-Kirlawa Liberal Party (Founder)
-Baltusia Conservative Party
-Rutanian Federalist Party
Co-Leadership: Zardic Popola Partio
Chairman: Stanislas Truveau (Parti Nationaliste)
Co-Chair: Constantine Sorio (Zardic Popola Partio)
A conference us held every year discussing the worlds current events and its relation to the Council, all full member parties are required to attend candidates may observe.
Labonne, Tiralouse, Rildanor
Vanderburg, Khodor, Rutania
OOC: Official forum,
This organization was founded by the Kirlawa Liberal Party in August 3685.
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 591 member parties.
Membership of this organization is divided over the following nations:
|Random fact: As a general convention, players should be able to provide good reasons if they want to significantly change Cultural Protocols which are less than 30 in-game years old. Where the Cultural Protocols are more than 30 in-game years old, then a change to any of the categories by 5% or less will generally be accepted without question. If the changes proposed are between 5 and 10%, then players should be prepared for the possibility of having the changes queried. If the changes proposed are over 10%, then players should always expect to need to provide strong role-play justification for the changes. Changes of over 15% will never be accepted, unless there are exceptional circumstances where this is deemed necessary to repair a situation in which a Cultural Protocol is insufficiently accessible to players.|
|Random quote: "The test of courage comes when we are in the minority. The test of tolerance comes when we are in the majority." - Ralph W. Sockman|