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Alorian Freedom Party[?]

This page contains information about the Alorian Freedom Party.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: MBJ

Nation[?]: Gweriniaeth Aloria

Seats[?] in Senedd[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

Freedom for the Alorian people.

Founded September 3412. The party's leader is Volkhard Flechsig .

We know that the people who came from Dundorf became assimilated into the country and mixed the German culture with the Celtic culture, and that we are only a few left with the Germanic names. But our traditions and our family ties still exist and are very strong in the Anglo-alorian culture. So, our goal is to preserve these traditions and our culture, but that does not mean we oppose other cultures and other peoples. All are equal and all have the same right to survive and develop.

The culture and the ethnic aspect of Aloria consists of mix of Anglo-Alorian (Anglo-Saxons who intermarried with the Celts), Alorian (Former Romans now Catalans), and Alorian Indian (indigenous Celtic peoples). All these must survive, preserve their culture and their specific ethnic individuality. Everyone know that the Communists want to destroy all cultures and mix all peoples, but we in the AFP is the true anti-racists when we recognize the rights of every culture.

We have never suggested any laws in which we actively want to segregate the various peoples and cultures of Aloria, it should be done by the individual decides when he or she wants to preserve their culture, and then we will be on hand and give the person all the support it needs to implement it.

We want to suggest that this culture of Aloria consists of a mix of Anglo-Alorian, Alorian and Alorian-Indians, all are equal and equally worth preserving

A minimal state, low taxes and a strong economy will create a community based on family, religion and the people

Political Position: far right-wing
Two Principles of the AFP:
- Libertarianism (Minarchism, Anti-Statism)
- Nationalism

The AAFP stands for:
- free, unregulated markets and capitalism in Aloria
- low taxes for both individuals and corporations
- the privatization of all industries, banks, media and infrastructural services
- no to basic income and minimum wage
- decreasing the influence of trade unions
- ending corporate welfare
- against seizing private property
- the abolition of tarrifs on exports
- free speech, democracy and strong civil rights
- individual freedom
- unrestricted gun ownership
- ending environmentalism
- local regulations of gambling, smoking, alcohol and porn
- the privatization of social security and health care
- cutting down spending to create a balanced budget
- an open society
- no to same-sex marriage
- familiy-friendly policies
- a strong military
- strengthening the private sector
- reducing the role of the state on the people's lifes
- self-responsibility
- against the redistribution of wealth
- yes to nuclear power
- privatizing the school system
- against affirmative action
- no to immigration, Aloria freedom for the Aloria people
- giving aid to poorer nations only in exchange for trade rights
- culture of Aloria consists of a mix of Anglo-Alorian, Alorian and Alorian-Indians which has equal rights and equally worth of preserving

What we oppose:
- Communism


Party Officials:

Chairman: Bellinus de la Curzon
Director: Catheryn Rosenkrantz
Director: Edina Terese von Garski
Parliamentary leader: Ereonbercht Snowden
Deputy Parliamentary Leader Godric de Gormanston
Secretary-General: Juliana Garrick
Party Treasure: Maida Sunniva Bradwardine
Youth leader: Mars Leucetius Flechsig

Alorian President

1. Peer Roland von Steinhausen ( October 3417 - October 3421)

2. Hanna Rebekka de Braose ( October 3421 - October 3425)

2. Matthew de Braose ( September 3444 - )


Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate federalistlimitedperfect
Civil Rightsrestrictive-leaninglimitedperfect
Ecologymoderate environmentalistclose to noneperfect
Foreign Relationsunknownclose to noneperfect
Government Responsibilitiesconvinced small governmentlimitedperfect
Marketmoderate laissez-fairelimitedperfect
Militarymoderate militaristclose to noneperfect
Moralitymoderate conservativelimitedperfect
Religionsecular-leaninglimitedperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
February 341512,320,03351,011,70524.15+24.156125024.40+61
October 341714,787,26745,725,44532.34+8.197825031.20+17
October 34216,650,33856,307,56311.81-20.532925011.60-49
October 34258,348,24861,637,46013.54+1.733325013.20+4
October 34299,975,62058,901,51316.94+3.394325017.20+10
October 34338,126,08256,036,98114.50-2.433625014.40-7
November 34349,680,42051,101,95818.94+4.444825019.20+12
November 34388,787,95149,859,28217.63-1.324325017.20-5
November 34429,944,52952,486,20718.95+1.324925019.60+6
September 344421,165,20457,335,00736.91+17.979225036.80+43
September 344819,971,07758,227,37034.30-2.628825035.20-4
September 345219,724,26652,212,75337.78+3.489725038.80+9
September 345618,838,73652,184,87736.10-1.689125036.40-6
September 346020,526,33353,680,41538.24+2.149825039.20+7
September 346422,179,76861,871,96635.85-2.399125036.40-7
September 346813,996,58052,037,00526.90-8.956825027.20-23
April 346913,557,71347,936,51128.28+1.397125028.40+3
April 347313,545,50651,310,02826.40-1.886725026.80-4

Relative Graph

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Election History

Absolute Graph

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Election History

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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 Alorian Freedom Party.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Infrastructure & Transport Bill 4653July 4653July 4653passed
Budget proposal of March 4650March 4650March 4650passed
Trade Unions Bill 4650March 4650March 4650passed
.March 4650 debate
Income tax Proposal of June 4647June 4647June 4647passed
Budget Proposal of June 4647June 4647June 4647passed
Great Alorian Bill of 4647February 4647February 4647passed
Cabinet Proposal of February 4647February 4647February 4647passed
Education Bill 4647January 4647February 4647passed
Freedom Bill 4646August 4646February 4647passed
Cabinet Proposal of April 4643April 4643April 4643defeated
Legge antonelliFebruary 4643February 4643defeated
Call for early elections, February 4643February 4643February 4643defeated
Sanctity of Property ActAugust 4630August 4630defeated
Industrial/Economic PolicyAugust 4630 debate
"Tornado Reform Pack"December 4627December 4627passed
Call for early elections, November 4627November 4627December 4627defeated
Cabinet Proposal of May 4622May 4622May 4622passed
More ReformationsAugust 4609August 4609passed
Budget proposal of February 4608February 4608February 4608passed

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