Great Gaduridos Party[?]
This page contains information about the Great Gaduridos Party.
This party is inactive.
|We're a Secular, Socialist, and Nationalistic Party.|
We believe in Gaduridos economic independence and its well-being of its populace, free from foreign Intervention.
We believe to achieve that we need a strong military and a strong, united central rule. Federalism has failed, Gaduridos needs a new way to look at the future.
-Hard Stance on Religion
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Centralization||unitarist-leaning||close to none||perfect|
|Civil Rights||moderate permissive||close to none||perfect|
|Ecology||unknown||close to none||perfect|
|Foreign Relations||moderate internationalist||moderate||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||moderate big government||limited||perfect|
|Market||unknown||close to none||perfect|
|Military||extreme militarist||close to none||perfect|
|Morality||unknown||close to none||perfect|
|Religion||unknown||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 Great Gaduridos Party.
|Random fact: Particracy does not allow real-life brand names (eg. Coca Cola, McDonalds, Microsoft). However, in the case of military equipment brand names it is permitted to use simple number-letter combinations (eg. T-90 and F-22) borrowed from real life, and also simple generic names, like those of animals (eg. Leopard and Jaguar).|
|Random quote: "The right to suffer is one of the joys of a free economy." – Howard Pyle commenting on the unemployment situation in Detroit|