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Socialist Workers Party[?]

This page contains information about the Socialist Workers Party.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: BlizzardSix

Nation[?]: Dorvische Republik (Dorvik)

Seats[?] in Staatsrat (State Council)[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

A party formed to protect workers' rights, expand civil liberties, and oppose war.

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationunitarist-leaninghighperfect
Civil Rightsrestrictive-leaninghighperfect
Ecologymoderate environmentalistmoderateperfect
Foreign Relationsisolationist-leaningclose to noneperfect
Government Responsibilitiessmall government-leaningmoderateperfect
Marketconvinced regulatormoderateperfect
Militaryconvinced pacifistmoderateperfect
Moralitymoderate progressivemoderateperfect
Religionreligious-leaningclose to noneperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
March 263468,162136,253,0620.05+0.0504990.00+0
March 263720,690,722136,954,99115.11+15.067649915.23+76
March 26408,115,401133,506,1546.08-9.03304996.01-46
March 264319,364,680134,093,03614.44+8.367249914.43+42
March 264620,880,173138,233,42515.11+0.667549915.03+3
June 264921,154,199139,276,59415.19+0.087549915.03+0
June 265220,613,477135,796,16715.18-0.017549915.03+0
June 265516,317,977143,606,37611.36-3.825549911.02-20

Relative Graph

This graph shows the percentage of seats the party achieved in each election, relative to its maximum.

Election History

Absolute Graph

This graph shows the percentage of seats the party achieved in each election in the entire legislature.

Election History

National Graph

This graph shows the share of seats the party achieved in each election in the entire legislature, together with the share of other parties.

Election History

Legislation

You can view the party's proposed bills here.

Legislative Agenda

This party has to vote on the following bills:

Voting Record

This is the voting[?] record of the Socialist Workers Party.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Overseas aid grant to the People's Republic of Badara: 50,000,000,000 DDOJune 4290 debate
Crossdressing ban of 4290May 4290May 4290voting
Union strengthening 4290April 4290April 4290voting
Uniform Formalized Provincial Assemblies FormationApril 4290April 4290voting
AfD Financial Review: Income Tax Proposal 4290March 4290March 4290passed
AfD Financial Review: Luxury Sales Tax 4290March 4290March 4290voting
AfD Financial Review: Cooperation Tax 4290March 4290March 4290voting
Refugee Bill 4289March 4290March 4290voting
Crossdressing Bill 4289March 4290March 4290voting
Budget proposal of March 4290March 4290 debate
Delegation Act: Moral IssuesFebruary 4290February 4290voting
Delegation Act: Farming and FishingFebruary 4290February 4290voting
Devolution Act: MilitaryJanuary 4290January 4290voting
Devolution Act: ReligionJanuary 4290January 4290voting
Devolution Act: EducationJanuary 4290January 4290voting
Art Subsidies Bill 4289November 4289November 4289voting
National Safety Bill 4289November 4289November 4289voting
Letters Bill 4289November 4289November 4289voting
Patriotism Bill 4289November 4289November 4289voting
Police Powers Bill 4289November 4289November 4289voting

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