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Socialist Peasant and Miner Movement[?]

This page contains information about the Socialist Peasant and Miner Movement.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: SPM

Nation[?]: Grand Imperial Union of Dankuk (단국 대제국)

Seats[?] in Senado Imperial (제국의상원 Jegug-ui Sangwon)[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

Socialist Peasant and Miner Movement

(SPMM)

Foundation: 2745

Colurs: Orange, Green and Brown

Symbol description: On the top there's an Orange sun on a green background; Down the orange sun there's a brown shape of one peasant who one hoe raised in one hand and in the other a pickaxe.

We live in the country-side and in the villages around the Mines.
We migrate to the urban underground.
We love sunny days and autumn landscapes.
We pone the person at the centre of our policy way.
We want manage our resources, we want preserve our landscape and environment. We want decide for us, for this reason we want more partecipation instruments.

To LEFT

We are for a new society.
We are pacifist, socialist, for a new social state, to remove obstacles to social equality.
We are interculturalist and antiracist, antifascist, republicanist, ecologist, libertarian.
We are for a clean and usefull renewable energies, sustainable agriculture, sustainable economy, laicist.
We are for a equal federalism and proudhonian economy sistem.

Freedom, Solidarity, Equality


Congresses

1 2745, April, Woodford in Valborn.
One motion approved “Peasants, Miners, Socialism and other stories”.

The leader elected is Gweendy Cabic (Woman, farmer,27 yrs old) and the president elected is Joanna"The Miner" (Woman, miner, 29 yrs old)

2 June 1750, Woodford in Valborn.
Two motions are presented:

a) "The new Socialism: Work, Ecology, Rights and Autonomy" by Gweendy Cabic, Joanna "The Miner", Delphine Jurdant, Marisa Deodato, Michel Colbert, Marta MacDonald, Gerry Caughan, Andy Vega and Singh Singh

b) " Change my direction, to change this governement: No nationalist and centrist alliance. Social, Green and Anticapitalistic Socialism" by Tara Malone, Simon Clock, Mohammed Pakarani, Amadou N'gai and Sara Del Nigro.

"The new Socialism: Work, Ecology, Rights and Autonomy" is approved with 65%.
The leader elected is Gweendy Cabic (Woman, farmer,32 yrs old) and the president elected is Joanna"The Miner" (Woman, miner, 34 yrs old)

3 2751 29 MarchExtraordinary congress:

Communist Party of Dranland
Party Headquarters
29 March 2751

PRESS RELEASE

The Communist Party of Dranland voted today, by a vote of 45-4 of the Central Committee, to dissolve and to transfer all assets to the SPMM.

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristmoderateperfect
Civil Rightsmoderate permissivemoderateperfect
Ecologymoderate environmentalisthighperfect
Foreign Relationsmoderate internationalistclose to noneperfect
Government Responsibilitiessmall government-leaningmoderateperfect
Marketconvinced regulatormoderateperfect
Militarymoderate pacifistlimitedperfect
Moralityconvinced progressiveclose to noneperfect
Religionmoderate religiousmoderateperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
July 274715,006,382168,535,2368.90+8.90263008.67+26
July 275168,723,509187,199,32236.71+27.8111130037.00+85
July 275556,542,552187,134,90730.21-6.508930029.67-22

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Election History

Absolute Graph

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Election History

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Election History

Legislation

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Legislative Agenda

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Voting Record

This is the voting[?] record of the Socialist Peasant and Miner Movement.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Cultural Protocols UpdateFebruary 4382 debate
Empress' Shadow Cabinet ActSeptember 4381October 4381voting
Ratification of the Treaty of Mutual Defense and Cooperation between Sekowo and DankukJuly 4381July 4381passed
CryptocurrencyMay 4381May 4381defeated
Cabinet Proposal of May 4381May 4381May 4381passed
Taeyanggyo as Voluntary State Religion ActMarch 4381March 4381defeated
Treaty of Partnership and Co-prosperity between Sekowo and DankukJanuary 4381January 4381passed
Budget proposal of December 4380December 4380January 4381defeated
Medical Reform Act of 4380December 4380December 4380passed
State Funeral for Taeyang the GreatJuly 4380March 4381passed
Cabinet Proposal of July 4380July 4380July 4380defeated
Ratification of the Treaty of co-operation between Deltaria and DankukNovember 4379April 4380passed
Entering the Bianjie Civil WarSeptember 4379March 4380defeated
Increasing Funding for Medical ReaserchAugust 4379May 4380passed
Increased Refugee Camp's for Bianjie RefugeesApril 4379April 4379passed
Intervention In BianjieNovember 4378November 4378defeated
Beonyeongsalm(Prosperity Life) palace rebuilt as Wolgwangpyeonghwa palaceJuly 4378July 4378passed
Title Linguistic CorrectionsJune 4378June 4378passed
State Contraceptives ActJune 4378June 4378defeated
Sang Bagong's Budget proposal of June 4378June 4378June 4378passed

Random fact: The majority of nations in Particracy are "Culturally Protected" with an established cultural background. Only the "Culturally Open" nations are not bound by the rules surrounding culture. The Cultural Protocols Index should be consulted for more information about the cultural situation of each nation.

Random quote: "The government was set to protect man from criminals, and the Constitution was written to protect man from the government." Ayn Rand

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