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United Front[?]


Permanent Leaders: Eric Hamilton of the Liberal Party and Rylan Thomas of the Freedom Party
Deputy Leader of the Republican Party:
Deputy Leader of the Labour Party: Simon Akers
Deputy Leader of the Beluz Radical Revolutionary Party:


Article One — Voting Rules of the United Front

All members of the alliance must support each other's bills. Those which are exempted from this requirement are as follows, and bills proposed by them do not require support from other members of the alliance:

Republican Party

Beluz Radical Revolutionary Party

For those parties which are not exempted, they may provide a full list of five (5) or fewer proposals which they will not support

Freedom Party:

The death penalty must not be instated

Liberal Party:

Labour Party:

Article Two — The Election Cycle of the United Front

Every third election all member parties must support one member party’s candidate for president. The cycle shall be as follows upon adoption of this constitution:

Republican Party — two terms
Labour Party — two terms
Liberal Party — two terms
Freedom Party — two terms
Beluz Radical Revolution Party — two terms

Any party may support their own candidate in an election which is not one of the members of the United Front; however, they will be removed from the cycle in this situation

Article Three — Ejecting a Member or Members of the United Front from the Alliance

In the case of a member or members of the United Front not operating by the guidelines laid out within this constitution, a convention may be called in which all parties save for the offending party or parties shall meet to discuss ejecting the member from the alliance. A unanimous vote must be reached before any party or parties may be ejected from the alliance

Article Four — Representation of the United Front

All parties within the United Front must be represented in the cabinet of the President with at least one position

Article Five — Admittance of New Parties to the United Front

Parties which operate inside the nation of Beluzia may be admitted into the alliance with a majority vote

Parties which operate outside the nation of Beluzia may be admitted into the alliance with a unanimous vote

Article Six — Communication with Members of the United Front which operate outside of Beluzia

Parties which operate within another nation but are members of the United Front must pledge to push for an agenda approved by the United Front within their nation. This may include proposing specific laws or toppling the current government of the nation or anything not specified

The Permanent Leaders of the United Front are the only members which may conduct diplomacy with these foreign member parties

The agenda to be pushed or introduced within a foreign nation must be approved by all members of the United Front

Article Seven — Amendments to the Constitution of the United Front

Amendments made to the Constitution of the United Front shall only be passed by a ¾ vote by all members of the United Front

Article Eight — Passage of the Constitution of the United Front

The Constitution of the United Front shall only pass by a unanimous vote by all parties involved


This organization was founded by the Freedom Party in May 4153.

Member List[?]

There are three levels of membership:

This organization has 7 member parties.

Active Members

 Kaminskiist Worker's Reform FrontFull

Inactive Members

 Freedom PartyLeadership
 Unionist PartyLeadership
 Biranist PartyFull
 Republican PartyFull
 Beluz People's Party (BPP)Candidate
 Labour PartyCandidate

National Distribution

Membership of this organization is divided over the following nations:

Republic of Beluzia6
רפובליקת יידיש של ביתנו (Yeudish Republic of Beiteynu)1

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