This page contains information about the Liberal-Democratic Party.
This party is inactive.
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
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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 Liberal-Democratic Party.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|Marriage Act of 2694||January 2694||January 2694||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of January 2694||January 2694||January 2694||passed|
|Education Act||July 2693||July 2693||defeated|
|contraceptives Act||July 2693||July 2693||defeated|
|Pharmaceutical Drugs Act||January 2693||January 2693||passed|
|Marriage Act||January 2693||January 2693||passed|
|Cabinet Proposal of January 2693||January 2693||January 2693||defeated|
|Fishing Act||August 2692||January 2693||defeated|
|Minimum Wage Act||August 2692||January 2693||passed|
|Free Trade Reciprocity Act 2692||June 2692||September 2693||passed|
|Devolution Act of 2692||February 2692||February 2692||defeated|
|Environmental Reform Act of 2692||January 2692||January 2692||defeated|
|Workers' Rights Act of 2692||January 2692||January 2692||defeated|
|Police Reform Act of 2692||January 2692||January 2692||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of August 2691||August 2691||August 2691||defeated|
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|Police Powers Act||August 2691||August 2691||defeated|
|Call for early elections, March 2691||March 2691||March 2691||defeated|
|Discipline Act||March 2691||March 2691||defeated|
|Sports Act||February 2691||February 2691||defeated|
|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: “Liberty can only derive from natural law, and natural law is a comprehensive, god-given system that humanity is not entitled to alter or adjust according to short-lived trends or crazes, like homosexuality.” � Dr. Francesca dos Santos, Dranish politician and Health Minister|