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Grand National Party[?]

This page contains information about the Grand National Party.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: joefis

Nation[?]: al-Mamlakah al-Qalbiyah al-Majaliyah (Majalite Kingdom of Kafuristan)

Seats[?] in Majlis al-Shura (Consultative Assembly)[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

Small Government, Strong Military

We work for the betterment of Kafuristan.

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationunitarist-leaninglimitedperfect
Civil Rightsconvinced restrictivelimitedperfect
Ecologymoderate skepticclose to noneperfect
Foreign Relationsunknownclose to noneperfect
Government Responsibilitiesmoderate small governmentlimitedperfect
Marketmoderate laissez-fairemoderateperfect
Militaryunknownclose to noneperfect
Moralitymoderate conservativelimitedperfect
Religionconvinced religiouslimitedperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
November 2116000.00+0.0001000.00+0
March 21172,428,46617,470,58813.90+13.901410014.00+14
March 21192,83636,293,3890.01-13.8906000.00-14
June 21204,069,49823,013,48917.68+17.685330017.67+53
July 21224,522,22527,869,01216.23-1.464630015.33-7
August 21243,368,02130,161,25511.17-5.063330011.00-13
September 21263,299,50229,890,19711.04-0.133130010.33-2
October 21283,982,27132,140,73112.39+1.353630012.00+5
November 21302,980,78132,814,2649.08-3.31263008.67-10
December 21323,914,80932,409,20712.08+3.003530011.67+9
January 21353,044,42431,862,5199.55-2.52283009.33-7
July 21381,706,98932,523,7865.25-4.31163005.33-12
January 21421,996,15226,254,0827.60+2.35213007.00+5
March 2145775,4627,188,13510.79+3.183130010.33+10
May 21452,000,93923,618,9858.47-2.32253008.33-6
May 21472,250,28628,050,4458.02-0.45233007.67-2
November 21501,828,54927,394,5986.67-1.35193006.33-4
May 21542,596,05427,056,6619.59+2.92293009.67+10
November 21574,355,93731,143,83013.99+4.394430014.67+15
May 21617,864,13533,774,40423.28+9.307230024.00+28
July 21634,222,32830,576,06713.81-9.484230014.00-30
January 21674,162,41830,942,57513.45-0.364030013.33-2
July 21705,277,51635,585,94214.83+1.384330014.33+3
January 21743,581,02633,770,25810.60-4.233130010.33-12
July 21774,817,43433,558,85814.36+3.757250514.26+41
September 21793,181,77334,143,9929.32-5.04465059.11-26
March 21833,709,75535,000,78410.60+1.283030010.00-16
September 21863,912,39134,670,53211.28+0.693330011.00+3
March 21904,236,29129,678,53514.27+2.994230014.00+9
September 21933,159,81735,174,3058.98-5.29263008.67-16
September 21953,474,23432,887,37210.56+1.583130010.33+5
March 21994,262,23335,108,97712.14+1.583530011.67+4
September 22004,008,29034,577,84511.59-0.553430011.33-1
March 22047,111,79939,621,75117.95+6.365630018.67+22
September 22076,506,00737,370,05917.41-0.545230017.33-4
March 22116,979,07337,227,51818.75+1.345730019.00+5
September 22144,692,91232,773,33714.32-4.434230014.00-15
March 22185,958,03136,151,26416.48+2.164930016.33+7
September 22214,430,48332,968,66513.44-3.044130013.67-8
March 22254,078,55933,679,97812.11-1.333730012.33-4
September 22285,206,34042,446,08112.27+0.163630012.00-1
March 22327,270,98949,466,96814.70+2.434330014.33+7
September 22354,864,41849,234,9089.88-4.82273009.00-16
March 223921,95044,542,5150.05-9.8303000.00-27
September 224234,62645,679,9290.08+0.0303000.00+0
March 22469,589,12246,212,89520.75+20.676130020.33+61
June 224914,132,53945,555,41331.02+10.278930029.67+28
July 225211,421,04850,068,58222.81-8.2113560022.50+46
January 22565,808,84549,872,80311.65-11.167060011.67-65
July 22596,216,37048,016,48812.95+1.307260012.00+2
January 22636,885,06747,228,92214.58+1.638260013.67+10
March 22656,846,30545,862,79514.93+0.358660014.33+4

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

This graph shows the share of seats the party achieved in each election in the entire legislature, together with the share of other parties.

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 Grand National Party.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
LOL BS 2-fJuly 2581February 2583defeated
LOL BS 2-eJuly 2581February 2583defeated
LOL BS 2-dJuly 2581February 2583defeated
LOL BS 2-bJuly 2581February 2583defeated
Animal Registration & Proliferation RegulationMay 2581May 2581defeated
Movement to Make Kafuristan Unique through Secular EntertainmentMay 2581May 2581defeated
Federal EconomyMay 2581May 2581defeated
Cabinet Proposal of May 2581May 2581May 2581defeated
United Educational System AmendmentsMay 2581May 2581defeated
Media RegulationMay 2581May 2581defeated
Private HealthcareMay 2581May 2581defeated
Government Restriction AmendmentsMay 2581May 2581defeated
KSM PollFebruary 2580February 2580defeated
Income tax proposal of June 2579June 2579June 2579defeated
KSP Stock Exchange ActMay 2579May 2579defeated
Cabinet Proposal of May 2579May 2579May 2579defeated
Call for early elections, February 2579February 2579February 2579defeated
Public Protection Plank ( v )February 2579February 2579defeated
Public Protection Plank ( iv )February 2579February 2579passed
Public Protection Plank ( iii )February 2579February 2579passed

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