This page contains information about the FSD Party.
This party is inactive.
|The Freedom, Security and Democracy Party|
The FSDP platform contains five key pillars:
1) Strong Military, Sovereign Borders - Keymon needs to keep its military strong to deter any potential attackers and so that it may return to being a major player in peacekeeping operations all over the world. The Army, Navy and Air-Force must be given the resources they need to fight modern wars and defend the homeland from all threats.
2) Modern Values, Modern Nation - Keymon will represent the future, a place of common sense values. Morality and fairness combined to allow citizens to live their lives freely and with real choice. The people of Keymon can trust an FSDP government to bring a breath of modernity to our nation.
3) Balanced Budget, Balanced Government - The FSDP will always strive to keep the budget in either surplus or at a balance. It is important that foreign powers and corporations do not hold sway over our nation and economy through controlling our debt. The government and the budget must both be measured, centered and calm. An FSDP government will ensure that Keymon is the voice of reason in a sometimes volatile world.
4) Local Community, Federal Priority - The FSDP believes heavily in the importance of local communities and leaders. Rural areas and remote communities need to be supported by the federal government to enable them to remain the honest heart of our nation. The federal government must always consider the needs of local communities alongside those of the entire nation.
5) Serious Crime, Serious Punishment - Any citizen that breaks the law of the land should expect to face a modern and well equipped police force that will ensure criminals stand trial in a fair court and receive just punishment. Judges and Justices across Keymon must have greater flexibility in their application of sentencing.
The FSDP always selects its candidates for office and their chief of staff, communications director and press secretaries (plus deputies) 1 year in advance of a general election. The FSDP team for the general election of 3838 is:
CANDIDATE - John Medion
CHIEF OF STAFF - Howard Durell/Nathan Pinter (Dep)
COMS DIRECTOR - Michael Hunter/Bruce Martin (Dep)
PRESS SECRETARY - Claire Delter/James Stamos (Dep)
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
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|Foreign Relations||convinced internationalist||close to none||perfect|
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|Religion||moderate religious||close to none||perfect|
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|Random fact: Don't vote yes on a cabinet coalition that doesn't give you the power that you deserve.|
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