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House Lusk-Nat'l Syndicalist Party (UM)[?]

This page contains information about the House Lusk-Nat'l Syndicalist Party (UM).

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: esb

Nation[?]: Federal Republic of Hutori

Seats[?] in National Senate of Hutori[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

http://particracy.wikia.com/wiki/House_Lusk

Lusk left Hutori in 2932 to pursue messianic dreams in Hulstria.

INFORMATION
We did not seek a restoration of the old Hutori monarchy. Instead, we pledged to install House Lusk as our constitutional monarchs. Our campaign started in 2680 and concluded in 2782, 102 years later. In 2845 a Hutori pretender returned and overthrew Lusk.

Currently, His Serene Highness the Lusk, Prince of Falristan, Lagard, Adelia, Roccato, and Kenai, and of his other realms and territories, Lord of Bekenial, King of the Hutors, defender of Liberty, master of Law, &c resides in the traditional family house just outside of Axminster, which has with the continued success of the party been enlarged to a palace containing political offices, personal quarters, and even security bunkers. It is open to the public on Sundays, Mondays, and Wednesdays, plus any public or religious holidays.

House Lusk is originally from Axminster, Adelia following migration from Selucia. During the time of the Old Kingdom, he was minor nobility, the Earl of Axminster. Lusk was a civil servant during Althorcea-Hutori. The family fled to Telamon during the Saiserist days, and returned in 2679 to fight for their throne!

THE LINE OF LUSK
1. Leopold Pater (2399-2679)
2. Leopold I, Ezra Luskiensis (2640-2710)
3. Donald I (2660-2735)
4. Donald II (2679-2779)
5. Leopold (2700-2754)
6. Adrian I (Leopold), Magister Coronae (2723-2802, r. 2783-2802)
7. Benedict I, Factor Pontum (b. 2744-2826 r. 2802-2813, 2824-2826)
8. Adrian II, Amiculus Telamonensis (2782-2845, r. 2826-2843)
9. Leopold II, Dominus Ferri (2801-2854, r. 2843-2845)
10. Benedict II (2825-2893)
11. Adrian III (b. 2843)
12. Donald III (b. 2870)
13. Solomon I (b. 2899)

Lusk also has a pretender claim called the Saint Anselm line after the initiator, Henry, Count of Saint Anselm, the twin brother of Adrian III. The Saint Anselm ideology is separatist and exclusionist and supports the creation of an aristocratic republic instead of a monarchy.

THE LINE OF LUSK-SAINT ANSELM
1. Henry I (b. 2843)
2. Henry II (b. 2874)
3. Henry III (b. 2896)

House Lusk turned its personal chapel into the heart of Lutheran movement known as the Lutheran Church of Central Macon. It is lead by the Archbishop, who was selected by the united presbyter of the church but now can bequeath his title to his successor. The LCCM was briefly the official religion in 2700-2702 and was reinstituted in 2717.

THE ARCHBISHOPS OF THE LUTHERAN CHURCH OF CENTRAL MACON
1. George I (2686-2701)
2. Michael I (2701-2729)
3. David I (2729-2754)
4. David II (2754-2802)
5. Harold I (2802-2814)
6. George II (2814-2853)
7. Michael II (2853-2865)
8. Michael III (2865-2881)
9. John I (2881-2892)
10. George III (2892-2905)
(interregnum 2905-2908)
11. James I (2905-)

Pending the recognition of the princely status of Lusk, a Party Chairman, chosen for a ten-year term, serves as the de jure leader of the National Syndicalist Party and its parliamentary leader.

CHAIRMEN OF THE NATIONAL SYNDICALIST PARTY
1. Gordon St. John, Bt. (2845-2855) — Maximalist
2. Harvey Acre, Bt. (2855-2865) — Accommodationist
3. Richard St. John, Bt. OSN OL1 (2865-2875, PM 2866-2870) — Maximalist
4. Wilbur Havelock, Bt. (2875-2885) — Axminster
5. Benedict, Earl Williams, also Baronet (2885-2895) — Nonconstitutionalist
6. Amy Glenting, Btss. (2895-2905) — Constitutionalist
7. Gerald White, Bt. (2905-2915) — Constitutionalist
9. Ronald Quinn, Bt. OA (2915-) — Nonconstitutionalist

FACTIONS OF THE NATIONAL SYNDICALIST PARTY
First, Second, and Third Party Congress (2845, 2855, 2865) — Maximalist (favors Lusk restoration, more syndicalist) vs Accommodationist (favors working with Hutori, more capitalist). First and Second Party Congresses had chairmen almost entirely appointed by the Prince.

Fourth Party Congress (2875) — Axminster (favors working with Hutori government) vs Saint Anselm (favors creation of separate Lusk areas)

Fifth and Sixth Party Congress (2885) — Constitutionalist (favors emphasis on constitutional questions) vs Nonconstitutionalist (favors emphasis on policy questions)

Seventh and Eighth Party Congress (2895, 2905) — nonfactional

CONTACT INFORMATION
Lusk Palace Compound
10 Lusk Way
AX-1040-LU
Phone: 27-22-100-100
Email: palace@lusk.cm

National Syndicalist Party Headquarters
23 Stewart St.
AB-1203-NL
Phone: 23-20-100-200
Email: info@party.lusk.cm

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationunitarist-leaninghighperfect
Civil Rightsrestrictive-leaningexcellentperfect
Ecologyskeptic-leaninghighperfect
Foreign Relationsisolationist-leaningexcellentperfect
Government Responsibilitiesmoderate small governmenthighperfect
Marketregulator-leaninghighperfect
Militarymilitarist-leaningexcellentperfect
Moralityconservative-leaninghighperfect
Religionsecular-leaningexcellentperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
October 268157,472,108141,931,75340.49+40.4910225040.80+102
December 268361,396,978157,237,75639.05-1.459825039.20-4
December 268674,343,017179,831,27141.34+2.2910325041.20+5
September 268865,284,888171,147,92838.15-3.209625038.40-7
September 269174,110,646168,636,71843.95+5.8010925043.60+13
May 269356,481,853171,357,55332.96-10.998325033.20-26
May 269662,444,880170,832,30236.55+3.599225036.80+9
May 269964,021,902173,011,81637.00+0.459525038.00+3
June 270163,685,062176,937,32435.99-1.019025036.00-5
June 270455,860,729181,127,97530.84-5.157825031.20-12
June 270764,025,594197,397,79232.43+1.598125032.40+3
June 271060,412,268182,748,76033.06+0.628325033.20+2
June 271363,109,017199,475,47731.64-1.427925031.60-4
June 271637,108,906198,612,33518.68-12.9514175018.80+62
April 271731,846,877194,842,10216.34-2.3412575016.67-16
December 271741,963,131201,650,95620.81+4.4615775020.93+32
December 272026,086,369202,885,50312.86-7.959875013.07-59
December 272332,838,896203,189,01716.16+3.3012375016.40+25
September 272533,913,547200,105,81516.95+0.7912975017.20+6
September 272846,832,260202,091,06323.17+6.2317775023.60+48
September 273144,808,524202,640,03122.11-1.0616875022.40-9
September 273436,924,218201,801,45518.30-3.8213975018.53-29
September 273722,736,015199,952,36311.37-6.938475011.20-55
September 274034,167,550212,202,36316.10+4.7312175016.13+37
September 274319,850,496219,469,7449.04-7.06647508.53-57
September 274646,932,898217,109,82321.62+12.5716175021.47+97
April 274852,076,102214,637,96524.26+2.6517975023.87+18
April 275148,480,642214,237,66522.63-1.6316975022.53-10
May 275255,511,885208,307,82026.65+4.0219775026.27+28
May 275555,209,914221,928,12124.88-1.7718475024.53-13
May 275853,988,395221,774,96324.34-0.5318175024.13-3
May 276154,281,120221,910,66024.46+0.1218275024.27+1
May 276465,191,230217,498,36029.97+5.5122075029.33+38
May 276764,051,649218,087,49629.37-0.6021575028.67-5
May 277067,823,291216,717,86831.30+1.9322575030.00+10
May 277367,656,206213,285,82531.72+0.4323075030.67+5
May 277671,676,666211,803,82233.84+2.1224275032.27+12
January 2779109,964,462218,037,29850.43+16.5937375049.73+131
October 278075,314,431205,791,30736.60-13.8427175036.13-102
October 278360,769,680186,789,46432.53-4.063811533.04-233
September 278447,173,47747,173,477100.00+67.47115115100.00+77
September 278746,634,073142,403,63932.75-67.253711532.17-78
September 279384,986,054170,649,69149.80+17.055811550.43+21
September 279980,580,500180,514,47344.64-5.165111544.35-7
July 280350,526,41850,526,418100.00+55.36115115100.00+64
June 280848,802,91248,914,66099.77-0.23115115100.00+0
April 281323,051,093146,244,45615.76-84.011711514.78-98
April 281923,795,171109,335,45421.76+6.00167521.33-1
December 282353,246,71353,246,713100.00+78.247575100.00+59
May 282652,227,52452,227,524100.00+0.00115115100.00+40
May 283251,548,43451,548,434100.00+0.00115115100.00+0
March 283351,635,50751,635,507100.00+0.00391391100.00+276
March 283953,869,16053,869,160100.00+0.00391391100.00+0
October 284420,837,450179,839,89411.59-88.415239113.30-339
April 285026,159,218134,291,62519.48+7.898039120.46+28
April 285424,624,999144,129,89317.09-2.397239118.41-8
April 285827,653,123134,795,51620.51+3.438839122.51+16
April 286229,360,446142,702,82220.57+0.068339121.23-5
April 286690,351,311298,748,13330.24+9.6711939130.43+36
April 287025,393,352248,969,62410.20-20.04363919.21-83
April 28747,525,581170,948,3344.40-5.80163914.09-20
December 287624,186,812188,742,17512.81+8.414839112.28+32
December 288038,589,198277,996,83613.88+1.075539114.07+7
December 288435,954,115281,221,73612.78-1.105039112.79-5
December 288829,522,436310,345,3769.51-3.27363919.21-14
February 288926,498,354273,486,9579.69+0.18383919.72+2
September 289126,007,896279,224,7019.31-0.37353918.95-3
May 289226,060,369249,430,33810.45+1.13393919.97+4
July 289331,746,257243,575,72513.03+2.594939112.53+10
July 289729,786,127283,075,74910.52-2.51383919.72-11
February 290120,577,028317,530,0266.48-4.04243916.14-14
February 290235,674,409301,403,66011.84+5.364739112.02+23
December 290436,282,279314,736,42111.53-0.314439111.25-3
August 290820,380,326324,194,9806.29-5.24243916.14-20
February 290926,481,640320,797,8518.25+1.97323918.18+8
March 291066,975,112342,910,91019.53+11.287939120.20+47
March 291481,272,568304,150,06526.72+7.1910439126.60+25
March 2918140,585,468324,363,07743.34+16.6217339144.25+69
July 2918150,834,191309,084,77348.80+5.4619239149.10+19
January 2922126,113,991217,082,06658.10+9.2923039158.82+38
January 292666,345,858244,834,88627.10-31.0011239128.64-118
February 292993,967,597316,193,79829.72+2.6211839130.18+6

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Election History

Absolute Graph

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Election History

National Graph

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Legislation

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Legislative Agenda

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Voting Record

This is the voting[?] record of the House Lusk-Nat'l Syndicalist Party (UM).

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Corporate Tax ActMay 4290December 4290voting
Nuclear power billDecember 4289March 4290passed
Health Care ActDecember 4289January 4290defeated
Drug Legalization ActDecember 4289December 4289defeated
Military ReformDecember 4289December 4289passed
Immigration Policy ReformDecember 4289December 4289defeated
Local Reproduction and Child Care Act of October 4289October 4289December 4290voting
Local Education Act of September 4289September 4289December 4290voting
Budget proposal of October 4288October 4288January 4289passed
Income tax proposal of September 4288September 4288January 4289passed
Gaduridos Business Treaty Withdrawal Bill 4288September 4288September 4288passed
Abortion Bill 4288April 4288April 4288defeated
Wartime Military Service Bill 4288April 4288April 4288defeated
Living Wage Bill 4288April 4288April 4288defeated
Local Policing Act of May 4287May 4287April 4288defeated
Cabinet Proposal of May 4287May 4287December 4287passed
Local Energy Independence Act of May 4287May 4287December 4287passed
Let The People Defend ThemselvesJanuary 4287 debate
Call for early elections, September 4286September 4286September 4286passed
Military Reform BillJuly 4286December 4287defeated

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