The Republican Party[?]
This page contains information about the The Republican Party.
This party is inactive.
|Standing for a Safer, Stronger, Freer Luthori |
Led by Jacob Walker, The Republican Party is an unrelenting advocate for:
- Strong National Defence
- Free Markets and Free People
- Flatter, Fairer Taxes
- Fiscal Discipline
- Small and Pragmatic Government.
The Republican Party is the sole voice offering a pragmatic vision for Luthori's future. A forward looking advocate for individual liberty and economic prosperity, the Republican Party is distinguished from its rivals by its relentless advocacy for personal responsibility, fiscal discipline and compassionate conservatism. Steadfast in the belief that government ought not to do for men what they are able to do for themselves, Republicans all across Luthori are leading the charge in making this a freer and more prosperous nation.
Leaders of the Republican Party:
Susan O'Connor (3536-3538)
Gloria Morningside (3538-3540)
Rudy de LaGuardia (3540-3548)
President Fiorello Giuliani (3548-3556)
President Catherine Collins (3556-3562)
President Noah Daniels (3562-3570)
President Luke McCain (3570-3574)
President Nancy Bartlett (3574-3580)
President Harry Taylor (3580-3584)
Chloe Fiorina (3584-3592)
Jacob Walker (3592-3600)
Beau Hamilton (3600-)
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Centralization||moderate unitarist||close to none||perfect|
|Civil Rights||moderate permissive||close to none||perfect|
|Foreign Relations||convinced internationalist||limited||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||moderate small government||close to none||perfect|
|Religion||secular-leaning||close to none||perfect|
This party is a member of the following organizations:
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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 The Republican Party.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|.||October 4287||October 4287||defeated|
|Religon Policy||October 4287||October 4287||defeated|
|Government policy towards labor unions.||October 4287||October 4287||defeated|
|Energy regulation||October 4287||October 4287||defeated|
|The right to euthanasia.||October 4287||October 4287||defeated|
|Government policy on subsidising contraception.||October 4287||October 4287||defeated|
|Government policy towards alcoholic beverages.||October 4287||October 4287||defeated|
|Regulation of advertising of substances classified as addictive and harmful (if the sale is legal).||October 4287||October 4287||defeated|
|The right to perform an abortion for a pregnant woman.||October 4287||October 4287||defeated|
|Diplomatic Immunity Bill 4287||August 4287||August 4287||defeated|
|Foreign Entry Bill 4287||August 4287||August 4287||defeated|
|Looking Forwards: A Blueprint for Luthori||May 4287||May 4287||defeated|
|Foreign Embassies Bill 4287||March 4287||March 4287||defeated|
|Pornography Bill 4286||November 4286||November 4286||passed|
|Prostitution Bill 4286||November 4286||November 4286||defeated|
|Trade Union Legalisation Bill 4286||November 4286||November 4286||defeated|
|Relgious and Moral Bill of TRP||August 4286||August 4286||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of April 4286||April 4286||debate|
|Abortion Bill 4286||March 4286||March 4286||passed|
|Mayoral Elections Bill 4286||March 4286||March 4286||defeated|
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