This page contains information about the Golden Cross.
This party is inactive.
|Far right religious, hosian conservative, totalitarian party. |
Party president: Aaron Spencer (October 3948-present)
Party founded: October 3948
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
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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 Golden Cross.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|Cabinet Proposal of December 4137||December 4137||December 4137||defeated|
|Liberal Unity Cabinet Reshuffle of September 4137||September 4137||September 4137||defeated|
|Ratification of the Sanctions against the Conservative Yeudish Party||May 4137||May 4137||defeated|
|Military Reform||May 4137||May 4137||defeated|
|Reforms XV||May 4137||May 4137||defeated|
|Budget proposal of March 4137||March 4137||March 4137||passed|
|Reforms XIV||December 4136||December 4136||defeated|
|Budget proposal of October 4136||October 4136||October 4136||passed|
|Call for early elections, July 4136||July 4136||July 4136||defeated|
|Abortion Reform Act||July 4136||July 4136||defeated|
|Withdrawal from International Sanction||July 4136||July 4136||passed|
|Budget proposal of January 4136||January 4136||January 4136||defeated|
|Reforms XIII||November 4135||November 4135||defeated|
|Reforms XII||November 4135||November 4135||defeated|
|Reforms XI||November 4135||November 4135||defeated|
|Devolution of Sport Act||October 4135||October 4135||defeated|
|Reforms X||July 4135||July 4135||defeated|
|Reforms IX||July 4135||July 4135||passed|
|Reforms VIII||July 4135||July 4135||defeated|
|Reforms VII||July 4135||July 4135||defeated|
|Random fact: Laws outlined in bill descriptions but not specified in game mechanic proposals are known as "role-play laws" or "RP laws" and are recognised under the rules as binding. Constitutional RP laws require a 2/3rds majority, just like game mechanic constitutional laws. Non-constitutional RP laws require a simple majority, just like non-constitutional game mechanic laws.|
|Random quote: "A democracy that does not allow limits is not a democracy. Just as a limitless freedom is not freedom, but prevarication. Indeed, any theory of freedom worthy of this name is first of all a limit theory. If we extend the unlimited tolerance even to those who are intolerant, if we are not willing to defend a tolerant society against the attacks of the intolerants, then the tolerants will be destroyed and the tolerance with them! Because, I ask to myself and ask you, given a certain system that we call democratic, which is today the best possible system to allow everyone to live freely and to be able to express their own thoughts, how can the same system admit attacks against its integrity? How can a system refuse the principle of the self-preservation? For this reason, to suppress the apologetics of thalerrism, it's for this reason that the exaltation of exegetes, principles, facts or methods of Thallerism and its anti-democratic aims does not constitute a violation of the freedom of manifestation of thought, but, on the contrary, the celebration of that freedom. The protection of the first premise on which a modern democratic system is based. And this premise must be safeguarded also and above all against itself and its abuses." ~ Malik Astori, Leadership of Liberty and Progress (Istalia)|