This page contains information about the NationalSozialistischeReichArbeiterParti.
This party is inactive.
|Founded in 2859, The NSRAP entered the political realm in 2860. Being a new national socialism party, who values of superior race and strong family values are nothing new. We support strong goverment and strong regulations. We also support a strong military and strong leadership in our party leader. We support a Strong centralized Dundorf. With the death of our first leader. Although the party has changed its flag and colors we still support the same vows to return Dundorf to a tightly controlled reich . Zieg Heil (Hail Victory)|
History of elected leaders.
Erich Von Monstein,2870-2873, 2874-2877
Henrich Von Lizt, 2887-
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Civil Rights||convinced restrictive||high||perfect|
|Ecology||skeptic-leaning||close to none||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||moderate big government||high||perfect|
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You can view the party's proposed bills here.
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This is the voting[?] record of the NationalSozialistischeReichArbeiterParti.
|Random fact: Laws outlined in bill descriptions but not specified in game mechanic proposals are known as "role-play laws" or "RP laws" and are recognised under the rules as binding. Constitutional RP laws require a 2/3rds majority, just like game mechanic constitutional laws. Non-constitutional RP laws require a simple majority, just like non-constitutional game mechanic laws.|
|Random quote: "A prince never lacks legitimate reasons to break his promise." - Niccolo Machiavelli|