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|
|Marriage act||October 3122||October 3122||passed|
|National highway act||October 3122||October 3122||passed|
|Withdrawal from the Trade Liberalisation Treaty||October 3122||October 3122||passed|
|Right to appeal reform act||October 3122||October 3122||passed|
|Nationalising of the fishing industry act||October 3122||October 3122||passed|
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|Corporal punishment act||October 3122||October 3122||passed|
|Mayoral appointment act||October 3122||October 3122||passed|
|Power grid act||October 3122||October 3122||passed|
|Special interrogative procedures act||March 3122||March 3122||passed|
|Powers of the police act||March 3122||March 3122||passed|
|Police weaponry act||March 3122||March 3122||passed|
|DNA database act||March 3122||March 3122||passed|
|Cabinet Proposal of March 3122||March 3122||March 3122||passed|
|Unity of the Faith act||March 3122||March 3122||passed|
|Defence industries act||March 3122||March 3122||passed|
|Nuclear weapons act||March 3122||March 3122||passed|
|WMD act||March 3122||March 3122||passed|
|Withdrawal from the Constitution act||March 3122||March 3122||passed|
|Biological and chemical weaponry development act||March 3122||March 3122||passed|
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