Deltarian Liberal Movement[?]
This page contains information about the Deltarian Liberal Movement.
This party is inactive.
|In January 3195, the Liberal Party of Deltaria voted on a much rumoured move to bring the party back to the people by dissolving into the aligned Liberal Movement.|
The movement is designed with the intention of allowing for a proper expression of liberalism in the nation, free from the constraints of other identities. In the pursuit of liberty within the movement, there are several organised factions that work together to both represent their constituents and form a unified policy platform.
The Factions are as follows:
The Social Liberals, headed by former two-term Deltarian Governor, Dr. Christine Cartwright.
The Liberal Conservatives, lead by convenor, former Foreign Minister and Governor Nicolas Wies.
The Libertarians, chaired by former Premier Matthew Hart.
The three factions support Liberal Conservative Dianne Walker as the Liberal Movement candidate for Governor.
"The Liberal Party of Deltaria has voted to take a step forward in order to better serve the community. From this point forward, liberalism in this country will be fairer and freer then it ever has been before. The Liberal Party has moved to cede our role to the newly fashioned 'Liberal Movement'. By combining community support, with our love of liberties and recognition of sovereign humanity, we will be able to serve all kinds of liberals within this nation through this new and dynamic organised set-up. We will continue to work, and we will continue to serve, and we thank Deltaria for the chance to make this chance for their, and our, beneficial future together."
- Alexander Mitas
Final Leader of the Liberal Party of Deltaria
"The Liberal Movement is neither left, nor right. We are liberals. We stand for freer, fairer policies which stand as a testament to both the liberty and the equality of the people in this nation. We find that left and right are inadequate terms, forcing parties and individuals to take on policies and assumptions that they may not like, simply to associate with one or two that they enjoy. The Movement has both members on the left and right of the economic scale, as well as members who are at multiple points on the social scale.
"We are not ideologues. We are realists. We look to the reality of this nation, and the policies that will work in practice, not just because our direction on a scale dictates that it must be the course of action.
"It is also odd that the leader, who relies on specific progressive political organisations for funding, chooses to strike out at an organisation such as the movement, and its predecessor in the Liberal Party of Deltaria. Both these organisations take donations from the entirety of Deltaria. Whoever believes in our cause can contribute. We reject no comers, because we understand that they are all Deltarians who share a common goal. Our donors aren't just progressives. Ours are community members who believe in equity and the sovereign nature of our humanity. The movement acts as an aligned group of independent liberals who work together towards a common goal, organised into basic factions. We're as transparent as you can get.
"We look after not only ourselves, but in doing so, we stand to protect liberties of the people of this nation. We stand as the guardians of liberalism and the right to self determination.
- Matthew Hart
Libertarian Factional Chairman
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Civil Rights||moderate permissive||high||perfect|
|Foreign Relations||moderate internationalist||high||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||moderate small government||high||perfect|
This party is a member of the following organizations:
|Month||Votes||Total Votes||Votes (%)||Votes (%) (+)||Seats||Total Seats||Seats (%)||Seats (+)|
This graph shows the percentage of seats the party achieved in each election, relative to its maximum.
This graph shows the percentage of seats the party achieved in each election in the entire legislature.
This graph shows the share of seats the party achieved in each election in the entire legislature, together with the share of other parties.
You can view the party's proposed bills here.
This party has to vote on the following bills:
This is the voting[?] record of the Deltarian Liberal Movement.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|Income tax proposal of June 4999||June 4999||June 4999||passed|
|Cabinet Proposal of June 4999||June 4999||June 4999||passed|
|Call for early elections, December 4990||December 4990||debate|
|Call for early elections, July 4978||July 4978||debate|
|RP; military||September 4959||debate|
|Religion Act||February 4959||February 4959||defeated|
|Military Bill||August 4958||February 4959||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of November 4957||November 4957||November 4957||passed|
|Severing Relations with Hulstria and Gao Soto||April 4954||April 4954||passed|
|Ratification of the Deltarian-Yingdalan Nuclear Energy Partnership (4910)||February 4954||February 4954||passed|
|Security Council Seat||August 4953||November 4953||passed|
|Wrld Congress Seat||November 4952||November 4952||passed|
|Security Council Seat||September 4952||September 4952||passed|
|Income tax proposal of February 4952||February 4952||February 4952||passed|
|More Incidental Legislation||February 4951||November 4952||passed|
|Cabinet Proposal of August 4950||August 4950||August 4950||passed|
|Budget proposal of September 4948||September 4948||February 4949||passed|
|Tax Act||September 4947||November 4947||passed|
|Budget proposal of September 4947||September 4947||September 4947||passed|
|Some Adjustment Legislation||August 4947||August 4948||passed|
|Random fact: The players in a nation have a collective responsibility to ensure their "Bills under debate" section is kept in good order. Bills which are irrelevant or have become irrelevant should be deleted. Deletion can be requested for bills proposed by inactive parties on the Bill Clearout Requests thread: http://forum.particracy.net/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=4363|
|Random quote: "When was the last time you talked about race with someone of a different race? If the answer is never, you're part of the problem." - Bill Bradley|