This page contains information about the Comiwnyddion Hosnogol.
This party is inactive.
A political party wishing to establish a Hosian communal society in Aloria. Still insane, slightly less trolly.
Cynghrair Ffyndamentalyldd (Fundamentalist Alliace):
Fascist/Monarchist Party with strong Hosian elements. Very socially conservative and repressive. Completely insane. Posted bills with titles like "Federalism Bill 3.8k: 2Fast2Federal" and argued for removing civil rights because "we're not sure the citizenry needs these [rights] all that much." Also attempted to impose a tax on non-Hosians. That's the CF in a nutshell.
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Foreign Relations||moderate internationalist||excellent||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||small government-leaning||excellent||perfect|
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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 Comiwnyddion Hosnogol.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|Fair Tax Act of 2539 Part VI||January 2538||July 2538||defeated|
|Fair Tax Act of 2539 Part V||January 2538||July 2538||defeated|
|Fair Tax Act of 2539 Part IV||January 2538||July 2538||defeated|
|Fair Tax Act of 2539 Part III||January 2538||July 2538||defeated|
|Fair Tax Act of 2539 Part II||January 2538||July 2538||defeated|
|Fair Tax Act of 2539||January 2538||July 2538||defeated|
|Omnibus Omnibus Bill||August 2537||February 2538||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of August 2537||August 2537||August 2537||passed|
|Abortion Limitation||May 2537||May 2537||defeated|
|Federal Divorce Policy||January 2537||January 2537||passed|
|Call for early elections, January 2537||January 2537||January 2537||defeated|
|Budget proposal of August 2536||August 2536||August 2536||passed|
|Education for Service Bill Part I||August 2536||August 2536||passed|
|License To Kill Bill||August 2536||August 2536||defeated|
|Sodomy Devolution Bill||August 2536||August 2536||defeated|
|State Religion Reaknowledgment||August 2536||August 2536||defeated|
|Illegalization of Unneccessary Abortions||August 2536||August 2536||defeated|
|Budget proposal of July 2536||July 2536||July 2536||passed|
|Real Tax Compromise||July 2536||July 2536||passed|
|Tax Compromise Act of 2536||June 2536||June 2536||defeated|
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