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Centrist Alliance[?]

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This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: Cracov_

Nation[?]: The United Federal Republic of Great Luthori

Seats[?] in House of Congress[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

Reformed in 4224, we believe that through over regulation and the subsidisation of multinational corporations the Luthori economy has been broken. Currently we are spending more on bailing out large corporations than we are on supporting locally run, well paying, small businesses.

Only through the deregulation of the market, minimal taxes, the banning of monopolies, and negotiating free trade agreements can Luthori begin the transition towards higher wages, lower unemployment and a higher quality of life.

Excluding economic reform, we also believe in protecting our monarch, relaxing laws on drugs, abortion and euthanasia, maintaining a well funded military force & placing restrictions on lobbying.

• Leader - Logan Turner

• Speaker - Rebecca Rees

• Candidates:
President - N/A
Prime Minister - Logan Turner
Foreign Affairs - Keira Williams
Internal Affairs - Jessica Mccray
Finance - Rebecca Rees
Defense - Fabio Hengsbach
Justice - Ellie Doyle
Infrastructure - Nathan Howard
Health - Ace Waters
Education - Laura Chambers
Science - Holly Fox
Food - Ethan Bailey
Tourism - Julia Carr
Trade - Skye Woods

• Promises:
Administrative:
In the area of administration we would reduce the retirement age to 63, remove public funding of election campaigns, reduce pay of government ministers, reintroduce Luthori's monarchy and reduce the number of seats within the Patriots' House.
Military:
For military we plan to maintain our biological and nuclear weaponry, as well as trusting our country to use them properly and only in times when there is no other way, we would legislate for the introduction of the private defence industry, as well as maintain our current state owned sector.

• Past Leaders:
Jonathan Edwards January 4021- December 4118
John Rees December 4128 - November 4137
Melissa Higson January 4224 - June 4230

• Past Speakers:
Lauren Roswell January 4051 - December 4128
Ethan Johnston December 4128 - November 4137

• Head Office - Agathion (Orange Duchy)

• Colours - Purple, Blue & Green

• Political Compass:
Economic Left/Right: 3.13 
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -4.21

• Greatest Achievements:

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristexcellentperfect
Civil Rightsrestrictive-leaningexcellentperfect
Ecologymoderate skepticexcellentperfect
Foreign Relationsisolationist-leaningexcellentperfect
Government Responsibilitiesmoderate small governmentexcellentperfect
Marketregulator-leaningexcellentperfect
Militaryextreme militaristexcellentperfect
Moralitymoderate conservativeexcellentperfect
Religionmoderate religiousexcellentperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
January 39826,046,04965,921,8349.17+9.17424459.44+42
September 39828,046,41966,688,81112.07+2.895444512.13+12
August 398610,593,71865,305,73916.22+4.168150016.20+27
September 39879,346,91664,577,59614.47-1.757250014.40-9
September 39917,321,32859,618,40612.28-2.196150012.20-11
March 39946,996,55650,220,70013.93+1.657150014.20+10
March 39985,104,09354,193,7759.42-4.51596658.87-12
October 41154,019,58352,356,8117.68-1.74506657.52-9
January 411714,271,21765,232,89921.88+14.2014766522.11+97
January 411828,871,51364,992,27144.42+22.5529666544.51+149
April 412111,270,94840,974,52827.51-16.9219166528.72-105
January 412310,097,23747,743,19421.15-6.3614266521.35-49
June 41246,529,60139,245,98016.64-4.5112166518.20-21
December 41255,955,75935,678,73916.69+0.0611766517.59-4
December 41295,662,49534,973,81216.19-0.5010966516.39-8
April 41309,575,18135,634,15126.87+10.6818066527.07+71
December 413110,018,89233,563,14829.85+2.9819966529.92+19
December 41356,715,11135,207,29119.07-10.7812466518.65-75
November 422713,765,55662,680,08021.96+2.898840022.00-36
July 42294,855,91956,754,1708.56-13.41364009.00-52
December 42314,993,60064,636,1807.73-0.83314007.75-5
December 42366,675,63760,062,71011.11+3.394240010.50+11
December 424123,103,08365,588,83235.22+24.1114240035.50+100
June 424212,240,19867,290,06518.19-17.037340018.25-69
June 42479,685,96364,212,58015.08-3.116140015.25-12

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Election History

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Election History

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Legislation

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Legislative Agenda

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Voting Record

This is the voting[?] record of the Centrist Alliance.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Industry SubsidizationApril 4289April 4289voting
GamblingApril 4289April 4289voting
FireworksApril 4289April 4289voting
Congressional SalariesApril 4289April 4289voting
FireworksApril 4289 debate
FireworksApril 4289 debate
Liberal Policies BillNovember 4288November 4288voting
Bill enacting new laws around Blasphemy and the uses Of.November 4288November 4288voting
A Bill Preposing The Change of Adoption LawsNovember 4288 debate
Call for early elections, August 4288August 4288August 4288passed
.October 4287October 4287defeated
Religon PolicyOctober 4287October 4287defeated
Government policy towards labor unions.October 4287October 4287defeated
Energy regulationOctober 4287October 4287defeated
The right to euthanasia.October 4287October 4287defeated
Government policy on subsidising contraception.October 4287October 4287defeated
Government policy towards alcoholic beverages.October 4287October 4287defeated
Regulation of advertising of substances classified as addictive and harmful (if the sale is legal).October 4287October 4287defeated
The right to perform an abortion for a pregnant woman.October 4287October 4287defeated
Diplomatic Immunity Bill 4287August 4287August 4287defeated

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