This page contains information about the Hausu Shānhōsuto.
This party is inactive.
Nation[?]: Vereinte Kaiserliche Kronländer von Hulsterreich und Gao-Soto / Barento Kaisaritchu Kuronrenda bon Harusotoraik undo Mikuni / ホルソトラリア＝御國帝冠領 (United Imperial Crownlands of Hulstria and Gao-Soto)
|Hausu Shānhōsuto (Great House of Shānhōsuto)|
Hausu Shānhōsuto are Reich-Hulstrian descendants of the von Scharnhorst family, who were once nobles and politicians almost 1500 years ago. Now, the family has been completely integrated into Mikuni-Harusutoria culture and now proudly serves the Imperial Family of the House of Yukio-Labsburgs.
In December of 4062, Her Imperial and Heavenly Majesty gave the family the status of a "great house." During that same month, the Militant Order of the Golden Sun was founded as the family's paramilitary force. Several years later in 4065, the family gained 71 seats in the Ranzurādo and was given control of several ministries. In 4067, the family held 110 seats.
The family is a supporter of conservative laws based on religious doctrine, a strong military and economy and increased power for local government at a regional level.
Current Head of the House is Shānhōsuto Hīerōnimasu.
Titles Held by Hausu Shānhōsuto:
-Grandmaster of the Militant Order of the Golden Sun
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Centralization||convinced federalist||close to none||perfect|
|Civil Rights||convinced restrictive||limited||perfect|
|Ecology||moderate skeptic||close to none||perfect|
|Foreign Relations||convinced isolationist||close to none||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||moderate big government||limited||perfect|
|Market||moderate regulator||close to none||perfect|
|Morality||convinced conservative||close to none||perfect|
|Religion||fanatical religious||close to none||perfect|
This party is a member of the following organizations:
- International Monarchist League
- Parties for the Promotion of National Languages
- Rectores Potentas
- Terran Gentlemen's Club
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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 Hausu Shānhōsuto.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|The Civil Rights Protection Bill||December 2513||December 2514||defeated|
|The Military Police Seperation Act of 2513||September 2513||September 2513||defeated|
|The Fair Representation Act of 2513||September 2513||September 2513||defeated|
|ID Abolishment Act of 2513||September 2513||September 2513||defeated|
|The Citizenship For All Act of 2513||September 2513||September 2513||passed|
|The Retirement Age Act of 2513||September 2513||September 2513||passed|
|NRSM Bill||October 2512||May 2513||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of August 2512||August 2512||August 2512||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of December 2511||December 2511||December 2511||defeated|
|Budget proposal of December 2511||December 2511||December 2511||defeated|
|Constitutional Reform||December 2511||December 2511||defeated|
|National Anthem Act 2510||August 2510||August 2510||defeated|
|Fair Rperesentation Act of 2510||May 2510||July 2510||defeated|
|Military Reform Act 2510||May 2510||May 2510||passed|
|Miscellaneous Provisions Act 2510||May 2510||May 2510||defeated|
|The Religious State Interference Reduction Act of 2510||April 2510||April 2510||passed|
|City Restoration Bill 2510||January 2510||January 2510||defeated|
|Sales and Corporation Tax Bill||December 2509||December 2509||passed|
|Income tax proposal of December 2509||December 2509||December 2509||defeated|
|Refuge Bill of 2509||December 2509||December 2509||defeated|
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