This page contains information about the Hausu Shānhōsuto.
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|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|
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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|
|Call for early elections, May 2540||May 2540||May 2540||passed|
|Foreign Aid (Circumstances of) Act, 2540||March 2540||September 2540||passed|
|Cabinet Proposal of February 2540||February 2540||February 2540||passed|
|Anti-smoking bill||October 2539||October 2540||defeated|
|Refugee entrance bill, 2539||September 2539||September 2539||passed|
|Removing inconsistencies in animal rights legistlation||June 2539||June 2539||passed|
|Removing the dead hand of bureaucracy from Public Transport||March 2539||March 2539||defeated|
|Organ Donation Bill||March 2539||March 2539||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of January 2539||January 2539||August 2540||defeated|
|Religious Schools Bill||January 2539||January 2539||passed|
|Religion State Based View: Christianity||January 2539||January 2539||passed|
|Practice Religion in schools||January 2539||January 2539||passed|
|Reforming the govenment Part 2||December 2538||May 2539||defeated|
|Reforming the Government||December 2538||May 2539||defeated|
|Privatisation of Housing||September 2538||January 2539||passed|
|Privatisation of the Railways||April 2538||April 2538||passed|
|Pension Reform Bill||November 2537||November 2537||passed|
|Call for early elections, November 2537||November 2537||November 2537||defeated|
|Reciprocity in Trade Act||March 2537||March 2537||passed|
|Capital Relocation Act 2537||February 2537||February 2537||defeated|
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