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Commonwealth Workers Army[?]

This page contains information about the Commonwealth Workers Army.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: Gravenidol

Nation[?]: Federal Republic of Likatonia

Seats[?] in House of Representatives[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

Franklin Ellis Shay came to prominence as the leader of the Northbend Workingmen's Party, a local union of industrial workers (mainly miners and transport workers).

The Commonwealth Workers Army is an association of labor unions, religious groups sympathetic to the working classes, and strong military and justice industry advocates.


The central mission of the Commonwealth Workers Army is:

1) to create a FAIR society. This means better representation for the working classes, greater equality, and a focus on the citizen nature of the people.

2) to create a JUST society. This means absolute rule of law, strong enforcement, and equal treatment under the law.

3) to create a DEVOUT society. This means emphasis on the historical and societal importance of religion, and the cultural significance of faith in society.

4) to create a SOVEREIGN society. This means following-through on the Founding intentions of the nation, and creating a nation strong in it's own right, and not bound by restrictive external ties.


The Founders of the Commonwealth Workers Army are:


Franklin Ellis Shay - the charismatic leader of the unionists and the party. The party's candidate for the office of President.

Deacon Lester - an evangelical leader, considered to be the religious focus of the movement. The party's candidate for Head of Government.

Cameron Southers - a former diplomat, now forging ties with unions in other states. The party's candidate for the Foreign Affairs Office.

Baltasar Villalobos - a former lawman who has joined the Workers Army due to frustration with lawlessness. The party's candidate for the Internal Affairs Office.

Rhodes Carlisle - formerly of a prominent agricultural family, now an economic reformer. The party's candidate for the Finance Office.

Korbin Doyle - a major military supplier, Korbin Doyle has joined the Commonwealth Workers Army to safeguard military jobs and military contracts. The party's candidate for the Defence Office.

Usdi Tsani Freemann - a Native lawman from the contested Eastern territories, Usdi Tsani has joined the party to advocate for Native rights. The party's candidate for the Justice Office.

Walker Noble - an entrepreneur in the construction industry, Noble has joined the party to advocate for the rights of construction and transport workers, and infrastructure contracts. The party's candidate for the Infrastructure and Transport Office.

Allan Dermid - a religious leader from the contested Eastern territories where the Dermid families maintain a number of religious schools, church hospitals and missions. A strong believer in church-led social support. The party's candidate for the Health and Social Services Office.

Weldon Fraser - Founder of the Weldon Fraser College, and the Fraser Memorial Library. Fraser is a staunch advocate for faith-based education. The party's candidate for the Education and Culture Office.

Kent Harley - a pharmacist and founder of the Medical Gentleman's Committee for Business (a regional labor union for medical workers). The party's candidate for the Science and Technology Office.

Bryant Sandford - owner of extensive plantation estates, Bryant Sandford has joined the party as an agricultural labor reformist. The party's candidate for the Food and Agriculture Office.

Harlan Rolph - a former member of the 'St. Jackson Saboteurs' - a Norwalk anti-industrialist group. Harlan Rolph has abandoned direct action for political pressure. The party's candidate for the Environment and Tourism Office.

Lindsey Lund - a member of the Lund credit-union group, and a firm believer in community level economics. The party's candidate for the Trade and Industry Office.


In May 4154, The Commonwealth Workers Army became the dominant party in Likatonia, gaining clear popular advantage in Norwalk and Madison state elections, and being the second most popular party in East and West Bolton, and in Pirland.

Franklin Ellis Shay became the Likatonian President in the Second Round of voting, defeating John Freeman of the Conservative Party of Likatonia by a 54-46 margin.

In the Unity Cabinet election of February 4155, the Commonwealth Workers Army gained three Cabinet seats, including the coveted Head of Government office.

Deacon Lester became Head of Government, Allan Dermid took control of the Office of Health and Social Services - an important strategic victory for the Workers party - and Harlan Rolph became the Minister for Environment and Tourism.

After the emergency elections of March 4157, the party realised that Likatonian citizens were rejecting the military agenda that Korbin Doyle brought to the party. Faced with the choice of trying to better serve the people, or better serve the military industrial complex - the CWA chose a pacifist agenda, and parted ways with Korbin Doyle.

Korbin Doyle's position in the Shadow Defence office was taken by Turk Jung, leader of the Militant Pacifist Movement.

In good news - March 4157 saw President Franklin Ellis Shay win his third consecutive Presidential election by a 55-45 majority of the People's Democratic Party candidate Jose San Andres.

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristexcellentperfect
Civil Rightsrestrictive-leaninghighperfect
Ecologyenvironmentalist-leaninghighperfect
Foreign Relationsmoderate isolationistexcellentperfect
Government Responsibilitiessmall government-leaningexcellentperfect
Marketmoderate regulatorexcellentperfect
Militarymoderate pacifisthighperfect
Moralityprogressive-leaningexcellentperfect
Religionsecular-leaningexcellentperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
December 2101143,83722,833,3140.63+0.6302150.00+0
March 2104850,97625,136,2983.39+2.7662152.79+6
December 210660,41824,276,4080.25-3.1402150.00-6
May 21075,417,35725,196,61021.50+21.254821522.33+48
May 21107,853,73928,218,02027.83+6.337927528.73+31
May 21135,603,58530,980,12518.09-9.745127518.55-28
May 21164,486,67931,798,71114.11-3.984027514.55-11
May 21196,097,85630,289,13620.13+6.025527520.00+15
May 21227,615,01633,845,17122.50+2.3711750023.40+62
May 21254,938,80830,308,06316.30-6.208550017.00-32
May 21282,284,75232,006,0287.14-9.16395007.80-46
June 21312,151,59232,452,6546.63-0.51365007.20-3
June 21348,632,60935,258,69324.48+17.8512250024.40+86
June 21379,209,04733,957,40027.12+2.6413550027.00+13
June 21409,235,92835,549,68725.98-1.1412850025.60-7
June 21439,528,53736,605,89826.03+0.0512750025.40-1
May 2145000.00-26.036050012.00-67
October 21455,612,61124,217,21823.18+23.1811250022.40+52
October 21487,016,67336,615,79319.16-4.019250018.40-20
October 21516,317,40936,226,64017.44-1.728150016.20-11
May 21559,956,96137,349,02726.66+9.2212650025.20+45
July 21589,112,30440,804,78422.33-4.3310950021.80-17
July 216110,377,62138,983,41526.62+4.2913050026.00+21
October 216410,617,09040,566,95626.17-0.4512950025.80-1
October 21679,916,96442,542,33323.31-2.8611850023.60-11
October 21706,870,21036,109,51919.03-4.289950019.80-19
October 21736,601,29041,999,81915.72-3.317950015.80-20
October 21766,415,14139,766,28416.13+0.418350016.60+4
October 21797,590,14842,207,49517.98+1.859250018.40+9
October 21826,482,14038,877,68316.67-1.318450016.80-8
October 21855,070,54537,547,40513.50-3.176850013.60-16
October 21883,546,73138,587,7789.19-4.31465019.18-22
October 21917,190,94438,617,66618.62+9.439250118.36+46
October 21947,915,77040,480,88719.55+0.939950119.76+7
October 21976,253,36439,238,14615.94-3.628050115.97-19
October 22004,936,79442,436,23311.63-4.305850111.58-22
October 22032,672,36643,524,8686.14-5.49305015.99-28
October 22062,286,18545,413,9665.03-1.11245014.79-6
October 22097,192,74943,530,95816.52+11.498450116.77+60
October 221210,500,65241,516,13225.29+8.7712850125.55+44
October 221512,020,50441,597,00828.90+3.6014750129.34+19
October 22189,630,05942,386,54722.72-6.1811750123.35-30
October 22219,210,49738,738,10123.78+1.0612150124.15+4
October 22249,681,44935,010,09727.65+3.8813950127.74+18
October 222711,183,16544,209,23825.30-2.3612650125.15-13
October 223013,910,07440,814,55134.08+8.7917050133.93+44
October 223313,734,86138,837,87035.36+1.2817750135.33+7
October 223613,680,37237,212,56836.76+1.4018150136.13+4
October 223912,138,39144,127,65327.51-9.2613750127.35-44
October 224211,095,75745,361,18824.46-3.0512350124.55-14
October 224510,688,39041,740,92525.61+1.1512950125.75+6
October 22487,536,49850,989,97114.78-10.837950015.80-50
October 22516,595,07446,055,46414.32-0.466750013.40-12
October 22545,779,19847,891,33512.07-2.255850011.60-9
November 22556,485,82342,439,70015.28+3.227650015.20+18
November 22587,964,71540,899,54419.47+4.199750119.36+21
November 22618,199,18943,802,20018.72-0.769550118.96-2
November 226411,969,02250,166,38123.86+5.1411950123.75+24
November 226712,004,77749,382,23324.31+0.4512250124.35+3
November 227012,634,08044,918,40828.13+3.8214250128.34+20
November 227310,991,85348,667,96822.59-5.5411350122.55-29
November 227612,932,74253,413,07224.21+1.6312150124.15+8
November 227913,286,32055,468,13723.95-0.2612050123.95-1
November 228215,122,78850,891,22629.72+5.7614850129.54+28
November 228513,937,04452,017,73526.79-2.9213550126.95-13
November 228813,090,36651,738,11925.30-1.4912850125.55-7
November 229113,283,39052,264,58825.42+0.1112750125.35-1
November 229413,297,26051,601,07325.77+0.3512950125.75+2
November 229712,522,72939,551,97631.66+5.8915750131.34+28
November 230014,212,94136,945,66538.47+6.8119150138.12+34
May 23655,229,99872,742,0517.19-31.28131996.53-178
November 23689,253,95170,966,51313.04+5.852519912.56+12
March 23718,494,71872,296,46711.75-1.292419912.06-1
January 23728,853,01371,165,07712.44+0.692619913.07+2
January 237510,129,30569,417,77714.59+2.159966614.86+73
May 23778,831,72669,306,77412.74-1.858566612.76-14
May 238010,015,92966,226,43415.12+2.3810266615.32+17
May 23839,610,45670,756,78413.58-1.549066613.51-12
May 238611,070,99671,190,74715.55+1.9710366615.47+13
May 238912,344,64873,050,18916.90+1.3511166616.67+8
May 239216,574,14872,511,80022.86+5.9615266622.82+41
May 239514,085,97973,249,91419.23-3.6312866619.22-24
May 239814,283,83073,369,65919.47+0.2412866619.22+0
May 240111,524,42275,717,66615.22-4.2510166615.17-27
May 240412,976,61384,468,20915.36+0.1410266615.32+1
May 240714,125,10778,352,93318.03+2.6611966617.87+17
May 241012,104,29379,148,93115.29-2.7310066615.02-19
August 241317,955,16376,453,07623.49+8.1915366622.97+53
January 241517,229,06976,233,38522.60-0.8814766622.07-6
October 244710,623,32595,397,80811.14-11.467366610.96-74
October 245010,269,23290,578,13711.34+0.207466611.11+1
October 245318,554,82092,395,23620.08+8.7413666620.42+62
October 245624,663,34598,707,77824.99+4.9016666624.92+30
October 245919,913,46599,579,31820.00-4.9913466620.12-32
October 246214,363,25795,272,14315.08-4.9210166615.17-33
October 246514,341,87492,525,97215.50+0.4210266615.32+1
August 246615,103,43891,452,20416.52+1.0110966616.37+7
August 24699,820,411105,933,7779.27-7.24616669.16-48
August 247210,103,777105,418,5349.58+0.31636669.46+2
February 247310,653,103103,454,92010.30+0.716866610.21+5
February 247614,018,012105,921,72213.23+2.948866613.21+20
November 247813,480,527109,863,74012.27-0.968266612.31-6
November 248116,117,513110,567,90314.58+2.319766614.56+15
April 248215,779,241110,365,56814.30-0.289666614.41-1
December 248316,573,227110,984,83414.93+0.641610016.00-80
October 248620,326,021109,144,52218.62+3.692010020.00+4
July 248813,518,587107,605,66812.56-6.068766613.06+67
May 249112,337,749110,636,43511.15-1.417466611.11-13
April 24938,465,203113,780,8737.44-3.71496667.36-25
April 24967,520,567115,397,0746.52-0.92426666.31-7
August 24976,979,410113,754,6706.14-0.38386665.71-4
August 25007,726,967113,385,0346.81+0.68426666.31+4
June 250210,291,300113,229,6059.09+2.27596668.86+17
June 250510,682,560115,185,0619.27+0.19606669.01+1
June 25112,343,192113,599,3812.06-7.21146662.10-46
August 25155,757,386110,262,1045.22+3.16416656.17+27
January 253613,889,069125,735,88811.05+5.827566611.26+34
January 253910,076,505126,947,4037.94-3.11536667.96-22
April 25409,780,223128,922,6707.59-0.35506667.51-3
April 25439,877,334131,441,9237.51-0.07496667.36-1
November 254510,000,249131,609,0527.60+0.08496667.36+0
November 254818,109,402134,284,55013.49+5.899066613.51+41
March 255016,263,090134,570,01912.09-1.408066612.01-10
May 255219,239,886134,227,33814.33+2.259766614.56+17
December 255219,605,927131,958,31714.86+0.529866614.71+1
December 255549,402,971125,240,88039.45+24.5926166639.19+163
January 255749,097,918129,969,36237.78-1.6724866637.24-13
January 256026,950,596136,876,74119.69-18.0913566620.27-113
January 256325,637,167133,873,15019.15-0.5413166619.67-4
October 258641,645,555151,136,65027.55+8.40207526.67-111
March 258743,289,649154,819,29727.96+0.41217528.00+1
June 259027,710,430150,001,51618.47-9.49147518.67-7
October 259234,090,601131,655,81425.89+7.42207526.67+6
June 259342,333,853132,826,42931.87+5.98257533.33+5
June 259939,872,172123,525,53232.28+0.41257533.33+0
June 260540,890,375125,857,37132.49+0.21237530.67-2
October 260736,789,209147,612,74124.92-7.57217528.00-2
August 260942,494,348146,966,35128.91+3.9919566629.28+174
April 261224,754,568142,233,30917.40-11.5111866617.72-77
April 261537,812,835137,748,30227.45+10.0518466627.63+66
April 261639,069,986122,397,31131.92+4.4721266631.83+28
October 261832,042,019139,631,81722.95-8.9715666623.42-56
October 262131,817,140158,395,32620.09-2.8613666620.42-20
April 262230,828,656164,123,97218.78-1.3012666618.92-10
April 262336,848,580156,238,34023.58+4.8016166624.17+35
October 262340,783,140165,905,16424.58+1.0016566624.77+4
October 262639,693,046166,053,62323.90-0.6816166624.17-4
October 262935,778,307165,662,14821.60-2.3114466621.62-17
October 263230,332,957165,936,71418.28-3.3212166618.17-23
October 263528,837,874165,803,43917.39-0.8911666617.42-5
October 263822,457,668174,780,90712.85-4.548566612.76-31
October 264123,772,201177,125,53613.42+0.578966613.36+4
October 264423,321,843180,576,32412.92-0.518566612.76-4
March 272537,447,807214,453,22617.46+4.5513175017.47+46
March 272865,379,357224,257,18529.15+11.6922275029.60+91
March 273162,046,997228,599,68027.14-2.0120575027.33-17
March 273462,102,138229,791,64027.03-0.1220475027.20-1
March 273769,504,849229,930,55630.23+3.2023075030.67+26
March 274069,017,778230,823,76929.90-0.3322875030.40-2
March 274370,528,925234,010,31930.14+0.2422975030.53+1
March 274673,148,672235,267,26531.09+0.9523775031.60+8
March 274955,622,880226,385,40824.57-6.5218575024.67-52
March 275262,761,423234,317,57826.78+2.2120275026.93+17
August 275363,004,196231,855,41327.17+0.3920575027.33+3
March 275857,860,532246,446,63823.48-3.7017675023.47-29
March 276116,278,784244,724,4776.65-16.83517506.80-125
March 2764112,601218,108,2160.05-6.6007500.00-51
February 329819,827,38650,205,66539.49+39.4412230140.53+122
October 329919,284,21550,564,76638.14-1.3511630138.54-6
October 330320,173,71748,173,58141.88+3.7412930142.86+13
May 415415,938,83263,550,91625.08-16.8019075025.33+61
May 415612,943,85365,123,83719.88-5.2015175020.13-39
March 415717,491,27364,401,47827.16+7.2820675027.47+55
March 415919,386,18168,488,93528.31+1.1514149728.37-65
March 416116,858,21267,703,03724.90-3.4112549725.15-16
March 416314,970,35267,664,19422.12-2.7811249722.54-13
March 416515,394,31466,616,42723.11+0.9811649723.34+4

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Legislation

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Legislative Agenda

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Voting Record

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
:The George Skanderberg National Likatonian Library:May 4319 debate
The Desegregation Act of 4319.March 4319March 4319voting
The Fredoom To Inherit Act of 4319.March 4319March 4319voting
Cabinet Proposal Duty SharingMarch 4319March 4319voting
Reduction of gouvernment ActOctober 4318November 4318passed
The Reduction of Government Spending Act of 4318.September 4318September 4318defeated
Paramilitary PolicySeptember 4318September 4318defeated
Demilitarization billSeptember 4318September 4318passed
One Elk Flag (again)September 4318September 4318passed
Cabinet Proposal of August 4318August 4318August 4318passed
Call for early elections, March 4318March 4318March 4318passed
Legal Aid ReformsOctober 4317October 4317passed
Religious Clothing ReformsOctober 4317October 4317defeated
Public Transportation ReformsOctober 4317October 4317defeated
Religious Reforms AmendmentsOctober 4317 debate
Military changesSeptember 4317September 4317defeated
Socialist - Anarchist - Liberal - DLP coalition proposalSeptember 4317September 4317defeated
One Elk FlagMay 4317May 4317defeated
Working Hours RegulationJanuary 4317April 4317defeated
Tax Reforms AmendmentJanuary 4317April 4317defeated

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