Royal Authoritarian Party[?]
This page contains information about the Royal Authoritarian Party.
This party is inactive.
|A far right nationalist and leaning conservative party.|
-Belief in royalty and nobility to be the social and political structure of the nation.
-Belief in tradition and culture is strong.
-Though they may be conservative, it is only to prevent the public from taking power from rightful rulers, and so that's why they have a bit of a belief in civil rights and racial equality, as well as gender and sexuality.
-Belief in benevolent dictatorship, or at least as much power to the King or Queen as the constitution would allow.
-Old laws must be considered.
-New laws should be included because old laws can be archaic.
Though their position is applicable to any royal family and they would happily accept any, they have decided to choose Smythe family, a powerful, noble, and old family, with family members including CEOs and generals. The Greys are close cousins of the Smythes, and are still a part of the family, the Edisons are extremely close friends to the Smyhtes, and Donald Dacker is a close friend and the CEO of a multiple construction and transport companies.
The Smythe family has only been chosen so they can have a family to represent what the party wants (nobility in parliament and a family cabinet) and would happily step down if the populace prefers another family, though they would still act as a parliamentary party because of their influence.
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 Royal Authoritarian Party.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|Free Internet||January 4316||debate|
|Normalization of workspaces||November 4315||November 4315||passed|
|Expansion of Civil Rights||October 4315||October 4315||defeated|
|A Democratic Workplace||November 4314||November 4314||passed|
|Regulation on weapon Sales||September 4314||September 4314||passed|
|Nuclear Energy Reform||September 4313||September 4313||defeated|
|Extremism Reduction||May 4313||May 4313||passed|
|Extensions of Rights of Criticism||May 4312||May 4312||defeated|
|Impoverished Nations help||April 4311||April 4311||defeated|
|Conservative Motion||November 4310||November 4310||passed|
|Small raise in Corporate Taxes||July 4310||July 4310||defeated|
|Refuge Reform||April 4309||October 4309||defeated|
|Inheritance Reform||November 4307||November 4307||defeated|
|kk||July 4306||July 4306||defeated|
|Export of weapons; drone usage||April 4306||May 4308||passed|
|Call for early elections, April 4306||April 4306||April 4306||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of February 4306||February 4306||February 4306||passed|
|Cabinet Proposal of February 4306||February 4306||February 4306||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of November 4305||November 4305||November 4305||passed|
|Call for early elections, October 4305||October 4305||October 4305||passed|
|Random fact: In order for a Cabinet bill to pass, more than half of the legislature must vote for it and all of the parties included in the proposed Cabinet must support it. If your nation has a Head of State who is also the Head of Government, then the party controlling this character must also vote for the bill, since the Head of Government is also a member of the Cabinet. If any of these requirements are not met, the bill will not pass.|