National People's Congress[?]
This page contains information about the National People's Congress.
This party is inactive.
|The legitimate representatives of the Hutorian People.|
Current Triumvirate (3596-present):
General Secretary of the Secretariat: Vincent Harling
Chairwoman of the State Council: Audrey Hull
Chairman of the Local Party Commission: Daniel Freeh
First Presidium of the National People's Congress (3573-3585):
Hans Dietr, General Secretary
Josie Rutherford, Chairwoman of the State Council
Jane Sands, Chairwoman of the Local Party Commission
Second Presidium of the National People's Congress (3585-3596)
Viktor Ananko, General Secretary
Seryozha V. Nikanor, Chairman of the State Council
Vincent Harling, Chairman of the Local Party Commission
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Civil Rights||moderate restrictive||high||perfect|
|Foreign Relations||convinced isolationist||moderate||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||convinced big government||high||perfect|
This party is a member of the following organizations:
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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 National People's Congress.
|Random fact: In cases where a party has no seat, the default presumption should be that the party is able to contribute to debates in the legislature due to one of its members winning a seat at a by-election. However, players may collectively improvise arrangements of their own to provide a satisfying explanation for how parties with no seats in the legislature can speak and vote there.|
|Random quote: "Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it." � George Bernard Shaw|