Progressives Of Makon[?]
|(OOC: For those who don't know, Makon is made out of Hutori, Telamon and Davostan)|
The Progressives of Makon is a organization that seek to promote the progressive values all over Makon and to improve the relation between the three countries of the Makon continent. The organization advocate cooperation between the progressives parties and recommend to it's members to endorse the progressive candidate that has the most chance to win the head of state election in it's own country.
(The position of chairman will be given to the party that has the most seat in his own country)
Chairman of the Hutori division: Alexa Dotson (National Progress Party)
Chairman of the Davostan division: (none)
Chairman of the Telamon division:(none)
Number of seats currently held by the organization:
If you want to join the organization, send message to the chairman of your country's division.
This organization was founded by the National Progress Party in January 4203.
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 10 member parties.
|National Progress Party||Leadership|
|Davostag Progressive Reform Party||Full|
|Democratic Davostan Party||Full|
|Social Liberal Party||Full|
|Socialist Party of Davostan||Full|
|Hutorian Socialist Party||Candidate|
Membership of this organization is divided over the following nations:
|Kingdom of Hutori||4|
|Confederation of St. Muron and Davostan||3|
|Republic Of Telamonia||3|
|Random fact: There are two countries based on Egypt in the game. Cobura is based on modern Egypt with a retro twist, while Hawu Mumenhes is based on Ancient Egypt with a modernist twist.|
|Random quote: "He who is unable to live in society, or who has no need because he is sufficient for himself, must be either a beast or a god." - Aristotle|