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Luthorian Conservative Party (National)[?]

This page contains information about the Luthorian Conservative Party (National).

Details

User[?]: Ethan Reynolds II

Nation[?]: Holy Luthorian Empire (Luthori)

Seats[?] in House of Commons[?]: 92

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

Leaders of the Luthorian Conservative Party:
CURRENT:

Ryan Pearce
Prime Minister 5246- Present
Home Secretary 5233 - 5237
Secretary of State for the Environment and Tourism 5217- 5228
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 5237 - Present





Political Position: Centre-Right

Ideologies: Social and fiscal conservatism, monarchism



PAST LEADERS:
Michelle Richardson Bush
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 4692-4694
Prime Minster 4694-4696


Tina Jackson
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 4729-4750
Deputy Prime Minster 4729-4734
Prime Minister 4734-4750


Ryan Smith
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 4750-4757
Home Secretary 4729-4750
Prime Minster Ryan Smith 4750-4758


Grant Kennedy
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 4758-4765
Prime Minster 4758-4763
Home Secretary 4763-4765


Anthony Hurd
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 4766-4769
Rural Secretary 4763-4765


John Clay
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 4777-4790
Deputy Prime Minster 4788-4797
Prime Minster 4797-4799


Kellie Line
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 4828-4837
Deputy Prime Minister 4828-4834
Prime Minster 4834-4837


Bob Water
Leader of the Conservative Party 4847-4855
Speaker of the House 4851-4865


Grace Frost
Luthorian Conservative Party Leader 4855-4870
Chancellor of the Exchequer 4858-4865
Prime Minster 4865-4871


Margaret Goldwater
Luthorian Conservative Party Leader 4870-4890
Chancellor of the Exchequer 4865-4871
Prime Minster 4874-4890


Bradon James II
Luthorian Conservative Party Leader 4890-4910
Chancellor of the Exchequer 4874-4890
Health and Social Care Secretary 4863-4871


Erin Romney
Prime Minster 4914-4919
Deputy Prime Minster 4910-4914
Leader of the Conservative Party 4910-4919
Foreign Secretary 4879-4890
Deputy Leader of the Conservative Party 4890-4910


Clay Peterson
Chancellor of the Exchequer 4910-4919
Leader of the Conservative Party 4919-4927


Levi Ford
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 4917-4950
Prime Minster 4946- 4950
Trade Secretary 4917-4919


Winston Jefferson
Prime Minster 5047-5053
Trade Secretary 5039- 5047
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 5039 -5053


Darren Whyte
Deputy Prime Minster 5110-5115
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 5110-5120


Mark Ryan
Prime Minster 5139-5143
Deputy Prime Minster 5129-5139
Foreign Secretary 5127-5129
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 5120- 5143


Thomas Hurd
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 5151- 5160


Samuel Goldwater
Chancellor of the Exchequer 5163- 5169
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 5160-5177


Michael O’Neal
Acting Prime Minister 5193 - 5194
Home Secretary 5185- 5188 and 5190 - 5193
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 5177 - 5197


George Humphreys
Prime Minister 5207- 5211
Governor-General 5190-5192
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 5197-5211




Kimberly Bush
Prime Minister 5213- 5228 2nd Term 5233-5237
International Trade Secretary 5207-5211
Leader of the Luthorian Conservative Party 5211- 5237




3450-4767 Luthorian Conservative Party is a Conservative, seeking withdrawal from the anything that threatens our national sovereignty. Luthori Independence Party was made in the year 3091 While our members may have right-wing social and right economic policies, the support for the working class and ruling class. The origin of the party can be traced back to the ideological divisions in Constitutionalists Imperial League and Luthorian Patriots Party. The self-describe leader of the economic Conservative side to both parties pulled out to create a new party for all people who support the idea of a more active party and goverment. Leader Michael Reynolds came out on the floor and supported many conservative policies. The first to be put on the floor was the abortion bill. (Which failed with 91 for the ban and 110 against the ban.) The first elcetion Luthorian Independence Party won 9 seats in the Holy Imperial Diet or 5.01% of the national vote.

4691-4696
The Conservative Party of Luthori was reestablished after the nation had no conservative option left. Great Grand Daughter of Aaron Richardson one of the longest serving Imperial Seal Bearer (Prime Minster) has started the party. Michelle Richardson Bush is leading the party.

4729 -4765
The Conservative Party of Luthori was reestablished after the nation had no conservative option left. Great Grand Daughter of Aaron Richardson one of the longest serving Imperial Seal Bearer (Prime Minster) had started the party. After the part merged with the White Rose. Tina Jackson a MP from Middleridding chose to launch the party again in the first election her leadership faced had shown support winning 33 seats in the Deit. She was then elected Deputy Prime Minster. The Right Wing Government passed many bills lowering taxes, and changing back our nation to an Empire and bring back the Seal Bearer.

4787-4858
Former Governor John Clay, restarted the party after seeing a left work lurch. He joined with the White Rose creating the Right Coalition.The LCP has been apart of the three governor. Kellie Line chose to bring the back because the National Movement. After year in government the Conservative Party choses to stand down after Kellie Line fixed the national budget crises. Bob Water was elected Leader of the Conservative Party and continue to build the party but after being elected speaker of the House and not seeing many gains in seats he steps aside.

4859-4869
Grace Frost is elected to lead to the party and in he first election gains one seat in the Parliament and increase the share of the vote. She was able to break apart the Far Right block by making an alliance with the White Rose and Workers Party to remove National Movement from the group to form the first Right Wing Government in over 15 years. She was elected to leader the Chancellery and under her leadership the LCP was able to remove the National Movements racist laws. While also balancing the budget.

Grace lead the Conservative Party to a record victory doubling its vote and seat share. She is working to form a government. After months of speaking with the CAL Grace Frost is able to form a government. 4869 The Conservative Party won 22 Seats and 15.02% of the vote.
Grace Frost resigns as Party Leader after seeing the share of the vote fall and lost of seats and she continues to stay on as Prime Minster until a new government is formed. Chancellor of the Exchequer Margaret Goldwater is elected as Party Leader.

GOLDWATER ERA 4870-4900:
Chancellor of the Exchequer Margaret Goldwater is elected as Party Leader. Two years after the election a minority government is formed and Grace Frost Resigns. Margaret Goldwater is elected to lead four cabinet as Prime Minister and ties the record for longest serving Prime Minster with Tina Jackson a former LCP Prime Minster.

JAMES II AND ROMNEY 4900-4919:
Brandon James II lead the Conservative Party and lead it for 11 years and three elections. Erin Romney was elected leader in 4910 and then Deputy Prime Minster. Today as the election results have come in and the Luthorian Conservative Party lost 7.28% of the share of the vote and 6 seats in the Parliament. Prime Minister Erin Romney is said to be meeting with the her fellow party members to discuss if she can salvage her leadership. We had been told most back bench MP's favor the young Chancellor of the Exchequer Clay Peterson or the younger yet Home Secretary Levi Ford. She has said she will try to form a government and thus keeping her role as Party Leader. We await the formation of a new cabinet. Hello my friends, it is truly a wonderful night to see the Conservatives win so many seats. an increase of 12 seats. I have been your leader and Prime Minster for 5 years. However, I have lead this party to a great victory but we see the right bloc is down to 52 seats and the left has 66 seats. So it is with a heavy heart that I step down as Prime Minister and Leader of the Conservatives. I have failed to keep the LWP on sides with the right bloc. So we have always had the rule that the largest party bloc will hold government,

Clay Peterson Era 4919-Present
Frm Chancellor of the Exchequer Clay Peterson was elected to leader the party after Erin Romney stepped down as Leader and Prime Minster, Levi Ford supported Clay for leader.

IMPERATOR/GOVERNOR-GENERAL:
Aaron Richardson 4833-4838
Aaron Keller 4914-4917
George Humphreys 5190-5192

MEMBERS OF CABINET:

Prime Minster/ Imperial Seal Bearer:
Michelle Richardson Bush 4694-4696
Tina Jackson 4734-4750
Ryan Smith 4750-4757
Grant Kennedy 4763-4765
John Clay 4797-4800
Kellie Line 4834-4838
Grace Frost 4865-4871
Margaret Goldwater 4874-4890
Erin Romney 4914-4919
Levi Ford 4946- 4950
Winston Jefferson 5047-5053
Mark Ryan 5139-5143
Michael O’Neal 5193 - 5194
George Humphreys 5207 - 5211
Kimberly Bush 5213- 5228 2nd 5233-5237
Ryan Pearce 5246 - Present

(The Great Four)- The top four Roles in Government:

Deputy Prime Minister/ Deputy Imperial Seal Bearer :
Michelle Richardson Bush 4693-4696
Tina Jackson 4729-4734
John Clay 4788- 4797
Kellie Line 4828-4834
Erin Romney 4910-4914
Mark Ryan 5129-5139
Walter Leap 5226- 5228

Chancellor of the Exchequer
Brandon Turely 4788- 4793
Brandon James 4828-4834
Grace Frost 4858-4865
Margaret Goldwater 4865-4871
Brandon James II 4875-4890
Clay Peterson 4910-4919
James Jackson 5129-5132
Samuel Goldwater 5163- 5169
Walter Leap 5217- 5226

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs:
Erin Romney 4879-4890
Steve Bush 4910-4915
Patrick Chase 5047-5053
Sandra Chapman 5163- 5169

Secretary of State for the Home Department:
Ryan Smith 4729-4750
Grant Kennedy 4750-4757
Harry Clark 4763-4765
Jim Glenn 4788- 4793
Johsua Trot 4828-4838
Robert Keyes 4875-4879
George Phillips 4910-4915
Levi Ford 4915-4917
Teddy Brown 4946-4950
Paul Hilvert 5129- 5139
Michael O’Neal 5185-5188 and 5190 - 5193
Owen Claypool 5226- 5228
Ryan Pearce 5233-5237

Cabinet List Continue:

Secretary of State for Defence:
Derk Worthington 4729-4750
Tim Watts 4750-4757
Derk Worthington II 4795-4797
Chris Bayes 4798-4834
John Hull 5047-5053
Jordan Hall 5185 - 5188
Jacob Daily 5213-5226

Secretary of State for International Trade and Industry:
Mike Spotts 4734-4741
David Anderson 4750-4757
David Anderson II 4795-4797
Brandon James 4834-4838
Robert Keyes 4879-4890
David Edwards 4910-4917
Levi Ford 4917-4919
Winston Jefferson 5039-5047
Kimberly Bush 5207 - 5211
Walter Leap 5213-5217
Nathan Star 5217 -5228
Walter Leap 5233-5237
Heather Lee 5246 - Present


Secretary of State for Infrastructure and Transport:
Tony Campbell 5213-5217
Kimberly Bush 5246- Present


Secretary of State for Health and Social Care:
Anthony Reiefnbug 4734-4745
Mike Stassen 4750-4757
Mike Stassen II 4788-4793 4795-4800(second term)
Jessie Jones 4828-4838
Brandon James II 4863-4871
Olympia Webb 4875-4890
Jake Quinn 5127- 5143

Secretary of State for Education:
Noah Jackson 1st Term 4693-4696 2nd Term 4729-4750
James Speed 4788-4793
Brad Nutter 5047-5053
George Harris 5185 - 5188
Alvin Ramsay 5226- 5228
Tia Clark 5233-5237
Terry Hollingsworth 4246- Present


Secretary of State for Food and Rural Affairs:
Josh Moll 1st Term 4693-4696 2nd Term 4729-4750
Anthony Hurd 4763-4765
Anthony Hurd 4788-4793
Anthony Johnson 4828-4834
Anthony Johnson II 4865-4871
Dustin Thopre 4875-4879
David Edwards 4917-4919
Brad Martin 5129- 5139
Alvin Ramsay 5217- 5226

Chancellor of Justice: Removed: 5112 Now Home Office
Mike Johnson 1st Term 4693-4696 2nd Term 4729-4741
Amelia Speed 4763-4765
Chelsea Stover 4879-4890
Steve Bush 4915-4919
Jeff McGhee 5039-5053
Peter Logan -5207- 5211

Secretary of State for the Environment and Tourism
Aarron Barr 4788-4793
Jeremy Hamlin 1st 4858-4865 2nd 4885-4890
Douglas Dole 5129-5139
Steve Hamilton 5185 - 5188
Ryan Pearce 5217- 5228

Chairman of the Board of Science and Technology:
Amelia Speed 4795-4797
Kyle Wallace 4859-4863
Tommy Glenn 4885-4890
Tommy Kemp 4946- 4950
Scott Whyte 5047-5053
Owen Claypool 5217- 5226

Speaker of the House:
Bob Water 4851-4865



Historical Records:
Longest sitting cabinet: Jackson II (6 years ) Luthorian Conservative Party
Longest sitting Prime Minister: Tina Jackson (16 years and 3 months) Margaret Goldwater Luthorian Conservative Party (16 years and 3 months)
Prime Minister who led the most Cabinets: Margaret Goldwater (4 Cabinets) Luthorian Conservative Party

Ministries

This party is part of the national cabinet, and controls the following ministries:

MinistryMinister
Ministry of Head of GovernmentRyan Pearce
Ministry of Infrastructure and TransportKimberly Bush
Ministry of Education and CultureTerry Hollingsworth
Ministry of Trade and IndustryHeather Lee

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristexcellentperfect
Civil Rightsmoderate restrictiveexcellentperfect
Ecologyskeptic-leaningexcellentperfect
Foreign Relationsmoderate isolationistexcellentperfect
Government Responsibilitiessmall government-leaningexcellentperfect
Marketlaissez-faire-leaningexcellentperfect
Militaryconvinced militaristexcellentperfect
Moralityconvinced conservativeexcellentperfect
Religionmoderate religiousexcellentperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
September 309227,412,895547,552,9455.01+5.0192014.48+9
September 309643,866,337294,234,03714.91+9.903020114.93+21
June 310239,717,183307,217,46612.93-1.982720113.43-3
June 310645,633,838233,911,30319.51+6.583820118.91+11
June 311029,952,526184,453,13916.24-3.273420116.92-4
June 311422,908,216145,679,93915.73-0.513320116.42-1
June 311813,289,547113,702,64411.69-4.042420111.94-9
June 31228,958,18979,998,37411.20-0.492220110.95-2
March 312414,896,30173,601,65120.24+9.044120120.40+19
March 312813,061,49070,292,38118.58-1.663720118.41-4
April 31607,607,30458,874,72612.92-5.661410513.33-23
April 31645,944,84255,676,00910.68-2.24101059.52-4
April 31683,765,47955,786,5316.75-3.9351054.76-5
September 31701,097,24153,544,5622.05-4.7021051.90-3
September 31743,113,59852,399,7235.94+3.8951054.76+3
September 31783,453,60951,159,5266.75+0.8161055.71+1
September 321016,325,08656,043,41229.13+22.383110529.52+25
September 321424,580,79655,358,10444.40+15.274510542.86+14
September 321811,843,92057,428,65420.62-23.782110520.00-24
September 322215,784,48854,057,61429.20+8.583010528.57+9
January 32502,953,68634,613,9978.53-20.6761055.71-24
January 32542,731,02645,628,9275.99-2.5551054.76-1
January 34594,535,34211,704,05338.75+32.7624464937.60+239
January 34633,697,74012,271,66330.13-8.6220264931.12-42
January 34673,806,79412,079,16331.52+1.3820564931.59+3
January 34712,704,67911,635,94223.24-8.2714964922.96-56
January 34753,443,76811,771,22129.26+6.0119164929.43+42
January 34792,985,76011,676,02425.57-3.6817364926.66-18
January 34833,362,75511,441,73029.39+3.8218864928.97+15
January 34872,973,77612,494,51423.80-5.5915664924.04-32
June 388012,585,20252,428,89524.00+0.209135525.63-65
June 388410,139,92050,449,06020.10-3.917335520.56-18
February 397111,623,47737,053,83731.37+11.2713444530.11+61
August 40593,505,25053,863,5496.51-24.86436656.47-91
November 40615,545,47651,066,41410.86+4.357566511.28+32
July 40625,336,10951,865,44510.29-0.577066510.53-5
December 41295,591,26534,973,81215.99+5.7010366515.49+33
April 41307,298,33435,634,15120.48+4.4913466520.15+31
December 41355,972,28335,207,29116.96-3.5211066516.54-24
September 413913,141,65261,063,01221.52+4.5614366521.50+33
January 41436,954,94951,620,60013.47-8.058865013.54-55
October 41468,265,20836,484,77622.65+9.1814465022.15+56
October 41507,248,56432,110,53722.57-0.0815265023.38+8
October 41543,895,94531,406,83012.40-10.178065012.31-72
February 41554,337,56831,633,30413.71+1.319065013.85+10
January 41583,317,76832,410,80010.24-3.48646509.85-26
January 41615,056,59532,159,13615.72+5.4910265015.69+38
April 432725,659,58564,742,78839.63+23.918320041.50-19
July 45855,534,00565,215,4698.49-31.15506008.33-33
October 45864,844,03564,941,3087.46-1.03446007.33-6
August 45894,118,92864,225,8726.41-1.05376006.17-7
February 46938,858,73464,415,03713.75+7.341915012.67-18
August 469416,789,10566,141,42125.38+11.633915026.00+20
July 472913,241,11065,944,34920.08-5.303015020.00-9
March 473417,146,26559,511,21428.81+8.734615030.67+16
March 473910,248,26363,038,30316.26-12.552615017.33-20
April 474014,570,52562,898,22523.17+6.913715024.67+11
April 474511,699,24563,377,68818.46-4.712815018.67-9
May 474711,629,76866,158,07617.58-0.882615017.33-2
April 474811,368,62364,815,16117.54-0.042715018.00+1
May 47499,420,26360,913,58115.46-2.089965015.23+72
September 474911,173,12065,044,44117.18+1.7111165017.08+12
February 475112,945,14865,308,56419.82+2.6412865019.69+17
February 475613,366,88561,558,38621.71+1.8914165021.69+13
July 475713,935,59764,486,99221.61-0.1014065021.54-1
July 476211,418,25063,966,70117.85-3.7611665017.85-24
July 47653,261,96763,581,0985.13-12.7271504.67-109
June 47663,265,90564,055,5935.10-0.0361504.00-1
January 47696,702,30763,499,68710.55+5.467975010.53+73
December 478714,112,88165,931,73221.41+10.857635021.71-3
December 479212,196,94964,074,79719.04-2.376735019.14-9
December 479711,022,39160,524,38618.21-0.826335018.00-4
July 480011,835,44762,505,50118.94+0.726735019.14+4
October 480213,253,80462,784,59121.11+2.177435021.14+7
May 480314,741,30167,101,63621.97+0.867835022.29+4
July 480315,464,14566,717,94623.18+1.218035022.86+2
July 482812,078,43764,851,30818.62-4.552915019.33-51
April 483310,633,14966,110,49116.08-2.542415016.00-5
June 483310,955,41365,822,35316.64+0.562515016.67+1
June 48377,930,95764,305,08512.33-4.311915012.67-6
June 48485,912,83465,884,0698.97-3.36121508.00-7
May 48517,815,73862,102,45512.59+3.611715011.33+5
June 48555,606,78060,319,1269.30-3.29141509.33-3
August 48585,784,61861,003,7859.48+0.191515010.00+1
December 48595,834,92464,545,0939.04-0.44141509.33-1
May 48616,619,22864,756,57010.22+1.18141509.33+0
September 48636,616,31966,174,17310.00-0.221515010.00+1
November 486413,081,03366,240,28819.75+9.753115020.67+16
November 48699,628,21564,118,52615.02-4.732215014.67-9
December 487310,200,58567,094,04615.20+0.192315015.33+1
June 48767,847,01964,427,38612.18-3.021715011.33-6
April 487814,014,93563,448,27122.09+9.913315022.00+16
November 487919,785,68460,713,91132.59+10.504915032.67+16
April 488028,420,37464,177,62544.28+11.706815045.33+19
April 488510,117,75262,055,71916.30-27.982415016.00-44
April 48907,630,25367,089,55811.37-4.931615010.67-8
July 489311,073,40963,969,48817.31+5.942715018.00+11
February 489510,230,41963,923,78316.00-1.312215014.67-5
September 489610,738,49565,753,01016.33+0.332315015.33+1
July 490115,262,31363,813,28623.92+7.593615024.00+13
January 490513,412,51963,199,17221.22-2.693215021.33-4
January 49109,461,08164,485,65814.67-6.552215014.67-10
April 49146,329,74165,769,1969.62-5.051515010.00-7
October 491413,529,36364,903,67120.85+11.223215021.33+17
May 491710,891,04064,677,40716.84-4.012615017.33-6
October 491915,827,05164,999,88624.35+7.513815025.33+12
October 49238,835,42763,411,42213.93-10.422115014.00-17
October 49276,036,50063,814,3839.46-4.47141509.33-7
October 49315,555,47564,351,5008.63-0.83121508.00-2
October 49326,350,18562,208,64910.21+1.57141509.33+2
July 49346,214,27562,986,9599.87-0.34141509.33+0
November 49358,192,40966,025,68912.41+2.541815012.00+4
November 49396,705,94362,609,93510.71-1.701615010.67-2
November 49436,007,60458,534,17410.26-0.451515010.00-1
November 49445,472,76358,302,2429.39-0.88131508.67-2
January 49465,432,58263,013,0288.62-0.77111507.33-2
January 49506,519,96261,385,87910.62+2.001515010.00+4
October 495111,739,71655,245,22621.25+10.633315022.00+18
January 49539,402,32453,676,48417.52-3.732615017.33-7
September 49555,198,43855,400,9449.38-8.13121508.00-14
September 49568,866,80651,092,23317.35+7.972515016.67+13
November 49951,118,46112,233,1129.14-8.21253008.33+0
February 50395,139,20048,176,16310.67+1.521615010.67-9
April 50396,472,98347,139,41313.73+3.062115014.00+5
April 50449,990,88945,278,62022.07+8.333515023.33+14
May 504711,418,32541,564,23627.47+5.414215028.00+7
July 51101,844,21012,023,52015.34-12.134930016.33+7
September 51102,284,38012,435,11518.37+3.035630018.67+7
September 51147,541,42262,852,55012.00-6.373630012.00-20
September 51184,075,63638,731,45810.52-1.483030010.00-6
September 51224,101,15838,720,72010.59+0.073230010.67+2
February 51242,815,48233,364,1898.44-2.15253008.33-7
February 51252,577,13534,559,8357.46-0.98223007.33-3
November 51274,243,82233,802,86412.55+5.103830012.67+16
January 51303,724,04234,808,83210.70-1.863330011.00-5
January 51336,418,79357,893,38511.09+0.393230010.67-1
January 51373,168,73438,467,7478.24-2.85243008.00-8
August 51383,724,14235,526,83210.48+2.253330011.00+9
October 51506,845,67157,315,09511.94+1.463530011.67+2
June 51542,150,77334,942,1316.16-5.79193006.33-16
January 51581,394,08732,148,4304.34-1.82143354.18-5
May 51592,310,24735,088,5136.58+2.25213356.27+7
May 51633,648,55432,274,46511.30+4.723833511.34+17
January 51643,916,50632,979,89711.88+0.574033511.94+2
February 51673,435,58836,851,0919.32-2.55313359.25-9
October 51673,090,99036,215,3878.54-0.79293358.66-2
July 51681,113,37212,051,6769.24+0.70303358.96+1
April 51721,414,66012,643,39511.19+1.953633510.75+6
August 51721,477,20012,057,72712.25+1.064033511.94+4
August 51743,871,40762,746,5236.17-6.08193355.67-21
January 51776,894,69061,367,41911.24+5.073633510.75+17
August 51796,859,41861,452,05211.16-0.073633510.75+0
August 51822,795,27764,090,0484.36-6.80133353.88-23
July 51857,996,73459,706,28613.39+9.034533513.43+32
July 51891,908,49461,219,1523.12-10.2893352.69-36
December 51904,707,80859,213,0317.95+4.83263357.76+17
August 51929,614,24959,509,21616.16+8.215533516.42+29
February 51938,783,99256,278,09315.61-0.555233515.52-3
February 51977,064,03061,645,29811.46-4.153227511.64-20
May 51986,177,97760,103,16410.28-1.182827510.18-4
August 51987,977,16864,007,38412.46+2.183427512.36+6
August 52026,313,54846,703,92713.52+1.062720513.17-7
August 52068,795,22657,671,63315.25+1.733120515.12+4
August 52106,008,80254,597,39111.01-4.242220510.73-9
September 52106,363,54654,791,67211.61+0.612220510.73+0
August 52128,474,50256,303,93315.05+3.443120515.12+9
August 52164,555,04057,328,7797.95-7.11243008.00-7
March 52204,036,36456,270,7757.17-0.77203006.67-4
October 52206,137,57047,359,06812.96+5.794030013.33+20
September 52227,614,92746,715,89116.30+3.345330017.67+13
February 52235,913,09034,024,73317.38+1.085530018.33+2
August 52237,847,64730,418,57125.80+8.427830026.00+23
May 52272,097,22411,956,88517.54-8.265430018.00-24
July 52281,333,29011,685,47111.41-6.133430011.33-20
January 52316,284,45238,556,37616.30+4.895130017.00+17
June 52325,454,62032,565,86216.75+0.455130017.00+0
January 52335,323,39634,799,88015.30-1.454730015.67-4
January 52375,409,85932,847,07316.47+1.175030016.67+3
March 52371,274,81511,787,16410.82-5.653330011.00-17
August 52392,014,71312,122,43716.62+5.805030016.67+17
August 52401,863,74011,894,75715.67-0.954930016.33-1
August 52441,910,76512,225,99415.63-0.044830016.00-1
September 52451,600,06011,615,39113.78-1.859265014.15+44

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
RP: Labour moves to replace Shipleyriding, Northriding & Erneshire Minister PresidentsJanuary 5248January 5248abstainvoting
Rent Regulation BillJanuary 5248January 5248abstainvoting
Display of public affection billJanuary 5248January 5248novoting
RP approval: Unions declare a one-day strike every monthJanuary 5248January 5248abstainvoting
2 millions protest in the streets of Fort-WilliamsJanuary 5248January 5248abstainvoting
SDA merges into the Luthorian Labour, similar to the Independent MPsNovember 5247 debate
Blasphemy and Prayers BillJune 5247June 5247nodefeatedwon
Safe and regulated abortion BillJune 5247June 5247nodefeatedwon
Motion to condemn the austerity planJune 5247June 5247nodefeatedwon
Motion of No Confidence against the Pearce CabinetJune 5247June 5247nodefeatedwon
The main unions have announced a one-day strike on June 27thJune 5247June 5247nopassedlost
The duchies of Middenriding and Orange (controlled by the MfL) make reforms.February 5247February 5247yespassedwon
Luthorian Labour Education ProposalsFebruary 5247February 5247nodefeatedwon
RP: Shipleyriding legislature in shock as Minister-President defects to WhigsDecember 5246 debate
Budget Deficit/Surplus Tracking Act of 5246October 5246December 5246yespassedwon
Non-Governmental BillOctober 5246October 5246yesdefeatedlost
LCP Cabinet MembersOctober 5246October 5246yespassedwon
Taxation & Budget Proposal of 5246 (2/2)September 5246February 5247yespassedwon
Taxation & Budget Proposal of 5246 (1/2)September 5246February 5247yespassedwon
LL | Police Powers Devolution Act (Repeal & Replace)August 5246August 5246nodefeatedwon

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