Iltiqā -e Melli -ye Aldegar[?]
This page contains information about the Iltiqā -e Melli -ye Aldegar.
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|ALDEGARIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS|
IMEA is a centrist big-tent political party active in Aldegar. It was founded in April 4367 following an extended period of instability and regime change seeking to represent various sectors of Aldegarian society.. It united forces supportive of a liberal republican constitution in the constitutional convention held that year...
- Civic nationalism
Rahbar (Leader): Kaveh Kermani
Deputy Rahbar: Mandukhai Turmunkh
IMEA is very loosely organised with only the most rudimentary of party structures. It is led by a Rahbar who is appointed in an opaque manner by powerful stakeholders in the party. The Rahbar appoints the officials who run the party's administrative affairs. The Deputy Rahbar is a large ceremonial figure appointed by the Rahbar
List of leaders
Kaveh Kermani (4367-present))
IMEA is composed of several factions which are mostly organised along economic and class lines. The three major factions are the corporatist, social democratic and economic liberal factions. Instead of weakening the party, its factions have historically strengthened it by giving it immense appeal across the political divide. The party's non-ideological stance allows it to compromise and experiment with several policies.
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
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|Foreign Relations||convinced internationalist||excellent||perfect|
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This party is a member of the following organizations:
- International Monarchist League
- Dictators' Club
- International Science, Education and Culture Organization
- the Seleyan Democrats
- Alliance for Effective Public Education
- Conservatives International
- Third Way Alliance
- Democrats for Discourse
- International Pragmatic Parties
- International Terran Bank
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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 Iltiqā -e Melli -ye Aldegar.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|LGBT Equalities Act 4411||December 4411||December 4411||voting|
|Child Labour Reform||December 4411||December 4411||voting|
|Banking & Stock Regulations Act||December 4411||December 4411||voting|
|Cabinet Proposal of August 4411||August 4411||August 4411||passed|
|Call for early elections, April 4411||April 4411||debate|
|Budget proposal of April 4410||April 4410||April 4410||defeated|
|Universal Healthcare Act||June 4408||April 4409||passed|
|Sexual Equality & Rights Act||June 4408||April 4409||passed|
|Introductory Rate of Income Tax Act||June 4408||June 4408||passed|
|Assembly Resizing||September 4407||debate|
|Budget proposal of December 4406||December 4406||December 4406||passed|
|Introductory Tax Bracket Act||December 4406||December 4406||defeated|
|Aldegari Neutrality Act||May 4406||May 4406||passed|
|Ending Seleyan Union Membership||April 4406||April 4406||passed|
|LGBT Rights Act||March 4406||March 4406||passed|
|Budget Act||March 4406||March 4406||passed|
|Tax Code Simplification Act||March 4406||March 4406||passed|
|Cabinet Proposal of August 4405||August 4405||August 4405||passed|
|Union Relations Act||June 4405||June 4405||passed|
|Fair Cabinets||June 4405||June 4405||defeated|
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