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Cildanian Nationalist Party[?]

This page contains information about the Cildanian Nationalist Party.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: Tiresia

Nation[?]: Republic of Cildania

Seats[?] in Parliament of Cildania[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

The CNP is a party of Conservatives, Economic & Classical Liberals, Christian Democrats, and Capitalists that all believe in the economic principles of Capitalism, Justice, and National prosperity. The party stands strong in the opposition of Socialism and Fascism in all forms from gaining root in Cildania, for a safer and brighter future free from oppression.

Party History: The Cildanian Nationalist Party emerged in the time of the 22nd and 23rd Centuries as a loose political alliance made up of disgruntled members of the current ruling parties. They originally did not have much in common, other than their rejection of the current political parties, and as time progressed, it became organized into a political force for the preservation of the status quo.

The CNP rose to success under the leadership of Richard Hunter, a man born in the capital city who came from a lower middle class family of obscurity, and with his charisma and pragmatism, rose the the office of the presidency. Hunter had lead the nation in a time plagued by socialist and communist agitation, and had sucessfully lead the government to quell a Communist Uprising. While this had lead to much praise from the public, it drew ire from the socialist revolutionaries.

After Richard Hunter's term in office, he had became the senior chairman of the party, and was in the process of selecting new leaders for the next generation of the party. Tragedy struck however, when on one Sunday morning, Richard Hunter was stabbed while leaving from Mass with his family by communist youths. He died shortly after, and threw the Nationalist Party's leadership into chaos. Hunter's good friend and deputy, former Gen. August Reinhardt tried to unite the quarreling factions, but to no avail. Eventually, an armed wing of the party, known as the White Suns had tracked down the assasins and murdered them, and the CNP had lost all direction. Over time, its national prominance faded away, and slowly disintegrated into a regional, and then local party. By the dawn of the 24th Century, the memory of the CNP had faded into history, as a page in Cildania's past.

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristexcellentperfect
Civil Rightsrestrictive-leaningexcellentperfect
Ecologymoderate skepticexcellentperfect
Foreign Relationsisolationist-leaninghighperfect
Government Responsibilitiessmall government-leaningexcellentperfect
Marketconvinced regulatorexcellentperfect
Militaryconvinced militaristhighperfect
Moralityconservative-leaningexcellentperfect
Religionmoderate secularhighperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
November 21092,64722,293,3930.01+0.0102410.00+0
November 21111,84423,591,4730.01-0.0002410.00+0
November 21133,338,75125,683,72613.00+12.993024112.45+30
November 21152,238,52924,975,8508.96-4.04303518.55+0
November 21172,865,00924,333,16011.77+2.814235111.97+12
November 21192,627,06624,276,39410.82-0.953835110.83-4
November 21212,397,35624,313,0979.86-0.96414259.65+3
November 21232,543,37024,054,11610.57+0.714542510.59+4
November 21252,315,35422,320,29110.37-0.204542510.59+0
November 21272,439,55021,237,37111.49+1.114842511.29+3
November 21291,983,12321,311,9909.31-2.18394259.18-9
November 21312,090,70323,720,4338.81-0.49374258.71-2
November 21332,170,94226,240,3998.27-0.54344258.00-3
November 21352,019,18526,308,7957.67-0.60324257.53-2
November 21372,184,42825,971,5698.41+0.74354258.24+3
November 21392,340,52725,904,4299.04+0.62384258.94+3
November 21412,519,63825,192,78010.00+0.974342510.12+5
November 21433,844,48424,452,83415.72+5.726642515.53+23
September 2145000.00-15.726942516.24+3
November 21462,555,40520,196,36512.65+12.655442512.71-15
November 21483,626,39525,108,42814.44+1.796142514.35+7
November 21503,832,23025,853,62614.82+0.386442515.06+3
November 21523,702,84426,829,16313.80-1.026042514.12-4
May 21553,572,37928,453,04112.56-1.255542512.94-5
May 21575,566,87629,077,32919.15+6.598342519.53+28
May 21596,462,27134,204,53018.89-0.258242519.29-1
May 21616,153,25330,870,86419.93+1.048842520.71+6
May 21635,812,06534,167,41817.01-2.927542517.65-13
May 21656,640,96936,242,60618.32+1.317942518.59+4
May 21675,973,06534,546,14617.29-1.037642517.88-3
May 21695,519,95732,822,75116.82-0.477442517.41-2
May 21714,643,86533,405,60213.90-2.925942513.88-15
May 21735,692,02335,970,66115.82+1.926842516.00+9
May 21766,263,10033,345,55118.78+2.967942518.59+11
February 21787,975,50031,791,81225.09+6.3010842525.41+29
February 21816,833,69331,306,18421.83-3.269342521.88-15
February 21843,534,01235,400,4889.98-11.85424259.88-51
February 21874,492,73635,150,36312.78+2.805542512.94+13
February 21904,488,63635,247,22812.73-0.055542512.94+0
February 21935,879,15834,774,53516.91+4.177542517.65+20
February 21968,301,06637,846,35821.93+5.039642522.59+21
February 21999,119,72939,841,78822.89+0.969942523.29+3
February 22026,804,95139,995,56617.01-5.887242516.94-27
February 22056,108,09340,242,14815.18-1.846342514.82-9
February 220810,072,43141,053,45224.53+9.3610642524.94+43
July 220912,728,44837,657,98433.80+9.2714342533.65+37
July 22129,662,70638,769,73424.92-8.8810742525.18-36
July 22159,276,61838,704,02923.97-0.9610342524.24-4
July 221810,673,54239,567,83726.98+3.0111642527.29+13
July 222113,101,97840,096,86132.68+5.7014042532.94+24
July 22248,098,68137,500,32121.60-11.089242521.65-48
July 22279,382,05943,725,14121.46-0.149142521.41-1
July 223010,352,34244,251,46223.39+1.9410242524.00+11
July 22339,882,36944,283,85922.32-1.089642522.59-6
July 22369,659,80242,166,31922.91+0.5910042523.53+4
July 223910,061,47143,867,92722.94+0.039942523.29-1
April 22428,181,90541,835,25419.56-3.388542520.00-14
April 22457,465,66342,710,42917.48-2.087542517.65-10
April 22488,659,07042,963,62120.15+2.678742520.47+12
April 22516,091,80242,762,18914.25-5.916142514.35-26
April 22545,271,29142,384,78212.44-1.815142512.00-10
April 22576,584,10542,135,67515.63+3.196642515.53+15
April 22606,453,82941,295,89615.63+0.006642515.53+0
April 22636,081,76430,683,27519.82+4.198342519.53+17
April 22667,030,87436,291,32919.37-0.458242519.29-1
April 22696,442,72336,436,44917.68-1.697542517.65-7
April 22725,982,00637,958,77115.76-1.926742515.76-8
April 22755,667,58540,360,46014.04-1.725942513.88-8
April 22785,041,98638,070,23213.24-0.805642513.18-3
April 22815,904,56240,241,80414.67+1.436042514.12+4
April 22845,826,41540,574,13814.36-0.316142514.35+1
July 25563,795,072104,701,2143.62-10.7451752.86-56
July 25599,475,13392,302,97910.27+6.64171759.71+12
July 256221,311,124114,280,21718.65+8.383217518.29+15
July 256515,509,539109,566,20714.16-4.492417513.71-8
July 256814,187,027113,842,12212.46-1.692117512.00-3
July 25718,630,247124,413,2406.94-5.53111756.29-10
July 257412,476,403126,041,9419.90+2.96161759.14+5
November 257711,701,598124,034,5019.43-0.46161759.14+0
March 258110,345,279128,482,8828.05-1.38141758.00-2
July 258410,681,347127,372,3338.39+0.33141758.00+0
November 25877,164,663129,349,8705.54-2.8591755.14-5
March 259115,970,403132,779,71512.03+6.492217512.57+13
July 259419,686,634134,389,03914.65+2.622717515.43+5
November 259710,182,780134,626,3427.56-7.09142106.67-13

Relative Graph

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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

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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 Cildanian Nationalist Party.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Ratification of the Organ Procurement and Exchange Network for Transplantation (OPEN for Transplantation)May 2357July 2357passed
Food Safety BillJanuary 2357March 2357passed
Cabinet Proposal of January 2357January 2357March 2357defeated
Cildanian Military Reform Act, 2355April 2355February 2357passed
Military-Police Relations ActApril 2355July 2355passed
Cildanian Privacy Act, 2354February 2354March 2354passed
Sports Club Funding Act, 2354February 2354March 2354passed
Omnibus Reform Act, 2354February 2354March 2354passed
Cabinet Proposal of February 2354February 2354February 2354passed
Ratification of the Mordusian Mutual Friendship AgreementOctober 2352October 2352defeated
Ratification of the Jelbanian Free Trade AgreementOctober 2352October 2352defeated
Ratification of the Freedom of religionOctober 2352October 2352defeated
Omnibus Reform Act, 2352October 2352October 2352defeated
Defence Industry Act of 2352September 2352September 2352defeated
Police-Military Cooperation Act of 2352September 2352September 2352passed
Terran Weapons Safety Act of 2352February 2352February 2352passed
Coalition Cabinet Proposal, 2351 (Compromise)September 2351September 2351passed
Cabinet Sorting ResolutionAugust 2351September 2351passed
Kucinich BillAugust 2351August 2351passed
National Park Act of 2351August 2351August 2351passed

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