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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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|
|Education Bill||March 2095||March 2095||passed|
|Waste Disposal Act||February 2095||February 2095||passed|
|Frequency of Elections Act||August 2094||August 2094||defeated|
|New Death Penalty Act||April 2094||April 2094||passed|
|Cabinet Proposal of October 2093||April 2094||April 2094||defeated|
|The Sanctaphrax Party Cabinet Proposal||March 2094||March 2094||passed|
|Civil Defence Act||September 2093||September 2093||passed|
|Telephone Charges Act||September 2093||September 2093||passed|
|Medical Malpractice Act||June 2092||June 2092||passed|
|Internet Regulation Act||December 2091||December 2091||passed|
|Regulation of Private Nurseries Act||June 2091||June 2091||passed|
|The New Death Penalty Act||March 2091||March 2091||defeated|
|Sports Clubs Act||December 2090||December 2090||passed|
|Immigration Act (2nd try)||June 2090||June 2090||passed|
|Legal Aid Act (2nd try)||June 2090||June 2090||passed|
|Curfews Act (2nd try)||May 2090||May 2090||passed|
|Higher Education Act, 2089||January 2090||January 2090||passed|
|Charter Schools Act (2nd try)||December 2089||December 2089||passed|
|Call for early elections, July 2089||July 2089||July 2089||defeated|
|Housing Act||May 2089||May 2089||passed|
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