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Txurruka/Aperribai/Mayoz's OPX[?]

This page contains information about the Txurruka/Aperribai/Mayoz's OPX.

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Details

User[?]: Liam

Nation[?]: Baltusia

Seats[?] in Congress[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

The OPX stands for:

*Providing the greatest benefit, financial or otherwise, for its shareholders and maximising brand exposure for their sponsors
*Paying lip service to corporate responsibility
*Enforcing whatever human rights are left over, including but not limited to, the rights to drink thirst-quenching Levhäger Dry, eat a tasty Le Royale with Cheese from MacDunaldos, to enjoy a titillating pornographic publication and, if there's resources, to have access to free public health and education.
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The OPX has a long history. Founded as the Liberal Libertarian Party in 2039, the OPX was created by the leadership of the Baltusian Human Rights Movement, an organisation based at the University of Baltusia in Lindar Valley that operated covertly under the authoritarian Napoli regime. The LLP became a political force to be reckoned with. The party's ideology revolved around the "20 Rights Manifesto" set up by early party ideologues which outlined many of the rights the new democratic government of Baltusia should enforce. This approach appealed to voters with the LLP winning its first Presidential election after only eight years of existence with then-party hero Troy Champion. In the aftermath of Jesus McMohammed's leadership and the events of the Crimson Entente, it would be twenty years after Champion's defeat before the LLP would see anything resembling the heights of the 2050s.

In 2092, Saba Billong ushered in a long period of LLP domination. Despite several brief attacks from authoritarians (including the Violet Reev rebellion in 2145) and free marketeers, the LLP and its allies consistently won the elections for Praetor and secured top spot as largest party with a program of enforcing civil rights, progressive morality and free market economics with a heavy dose of quality government services. This period would continue well into the 2300s. During this time, the LLP/OP was instrumental in shaping the face of all aspects of Baltusian government, law and culture. In the mid-24th century, interest in the party waned as newer parties came to the fore, revitalising public interest in politics. Though respect for the party, both in the legislature and amongst the voting public, remained high, the OP was consigned to minor party status.

In 2227, LLP leader, John Perfect, revamped the face of the party, giving it a fresher, slicker image. In doing so, he renamed the party the Orange Party. He maintained the core ideology despite concerns that the revamp was a sell-out to attract new voters and corporate lobbies' purses. The naysayers were wrong and it is in this spirit that the OPX underwent its single biggest revolution. Konev Maurice, the first official leader of the party since Ivar Davis resigned in 2439, took the initiative to recapture voter interest in the OP. In an innovative and radical move, he floated the party on the Baltusian Stock Exchange and sold off naming rights to corporate sponsors. Party politics became dependent on the decision of its shareholders at the OPX AGM and its board of directors. OPX representatives consisted almost entirely of good-looking actors who were paid to tow the corporate and party line (though it should be noted that this has largely been party convention since its founding).

The OPX struggled for the first twenty years with its new identity. In the aftermath of the demise of the Revolutionary Democratic Socialists, the party filled the void in the left-wing and picked up their votes, moving their way back to the top of the Senatorial pile. With the return of the RDS, the OPX moved to more extreme fascist positions in order to steal votes, which they accomplished with varying success from the 2460s until the turn of the century. As this policy began to fail under the leadership of Elke Ravenstijn, the OPX's share price dropped dramatically. The now significantly less valuable company was bought out by an accounting firm moving into financial services, Txurruka/Aperribai/Mayoz, and delisted. TAM appointed Kolda Beloki as CEO and announced a return to the "old school of OPX thought".

Over the party's five centuries of existence to 2524, it has contested 147 elections, winning 11,932 seats and receiving 1,620,396,258 votes from a possible 7,209,690,618 (~22%). Of Baltusia's 485 years of democracy, it has lived under 258 years of OPX Praetorship. The party has claimed 76 Praetorial wins from 148 elections with 18 of Baltusia's 63 Praetors, meaning only 6 of the party's leaders were not elected to Praetor.
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NAMES:
*Pre-2039: Baltusian Human Rights Movement
*2039 - 2227: Liberal Libertarian Party
*2227 - 2447: Orange Party
*2447 - 2460: Levhäger Dry & SEX presents OPX
*2460 - 2467: OPX powered by Republica Daily
*2468 - 2476: OPX powered by wannabet.com
*2476 - 2491: OPX sponsored by MacDunaldos
*2491 - 2504: iPharm's OPX
*2504 - Now: Txurruka/Aperribai/Mayoz's OPX
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LEADERS:
*2040 - 2059: Troy Champion
One of the founding fathers of the BHRM and the LLP, Troy Champion was the nation's first multi-term President and is considered a folk hero among die-hard OPX voters. He is known for his brash, laconic style of debate which has influenced every leader since.

*2060 - 2073: Jesus McMohammed
Considered highly incompetent by almost everyone, the corrupt McMohammed managed to prolong his stay as party leader by bending the rules. This act sums up his personality for most who remember his ill-fated leadership.

*2073 - 2085: Chilli Nafti
Chilli Nafti was an enigma. No one knew where she came from, no one knew where she went. Undoubtedly she came to the fore of the party at the wrong time as doubts surrounded the LLP's ability to lead after its silence during the Crimson Entente.

*2086 - 2109: Saba Billong
Originally one of the youngest leaders of the LLP, farm girl and athlete Saba Billong went on to become the longest serving of her time, along with setting the record for the longest serving Praetor.

*2110 - 2125: Demetria Johansson
Demteria Johansson was the subject of the first political assassination since Baltusia adopted democracy in 2039. The reasons for her death were unknown but dealt a harsh blow to a nation who loved the then-Praetor.

*2125 - 2135: Filip Moore
Filip Moore was rumoured to have slept his way to the top. After the assassination of Johansson (his reputed lover), then Deputy Praetor Moore was promoted to the full office. He disappeared in 2135 after being the first LLP Praetor in decades to lose an election. Reasons for his disappearance range from gambling debts to conspiracy theories involving the faking of Johansson's assassination.

*2135 - 2144: Brigitte Pearce
Pearce was the second LLP leader and Praetor to be assassinated. On 31 August 2144, members of the Violet Reev entered the home of Praetor and shot her, sparking the following civil war. She was otherwise known for upholding the traditions and values of party and nation.

*2144 - 2158: Tanith Hadjadj

*2158 - 2200: Taya Charlton
Taya Charlton became the longest serving Praetor in Baltusian history, surpassing Billong's mark. His reign came over the least interesting and most stable period in democratic Baltusian history.

*2201 - 2224: Jordan Capri
It was inevitable that the LLP would elect a porn star to its leadership role. Jordan Capri worked her way up from Rootianville's then organised crime ridden city government into top office as leader of the nation.

*2224 - 2243: John Perfect
John Perfect's influence on the LLP could be felt more than two centuries later when it became the OPX. Perfect upgraded the image of the party, changed its name and, in doing so, got himself elected.

*2243 - 2283: Harlow Anaclet

*2284 - 2298: Atreide M'Bokma

*2298 - 2322: Juanita Pierini

*2323 - 2337: Kioko Jordan

*2338 - 2349: Ford Munoz

*2350 - 2366: Kande Varrault
Kande Varrault's leadership would be where it all went wrong for the Orange Party. Through no fault of her own, Varrault saw the OP's share of the seats in the Senate plummet. An offer from the lithe sexagenarian leader to do a nude calendar to bump up votes did not secure her re-election and she resigned, leaving the OP leaderless for twenty-two years.

*2367 - 2389: No leader

*2390 - 2400: Ronald Rock
Ronald Rock made little headway as a political leader or statesman during his tenure as head of the party. His stint as Foreign Minister and his dacking of a Liberal Party leader may be his only claims to fame.

*2401 - 2421: Troy Champion XVII
Troy Champion's direct descendent and namesake may be best remembered for being the last OP Praetor, a position he gained through the negotiation skills that made his antecedent so successful. He was also noted to be remarkably similar in looks and personality to his ancestor.

*2422 - 2439: Ivar Davis
A bland man with no discernible talents, Ivar Davis managed to make it to the top by not offending anyone. It is this lack of a personality that meant he failed to capture the public's imagination and failed to be voted into office. It was later revealed Davis had a chronic gambling problem, using party property as collateral in extremely high stakes betting on Superpolo matches. The subsequent IPO helped pave the way for his debts to be repaid.

*2439 - 2447: No leader

*2447 - 2471: Konev Maurice
The new leader of the OPX was responsible for its transformation from an old, tired political machine into a healthy, profit-generating corporate cash cow at the expense of votes. In his first election after assuming leadership, the party's voter share plummeted. He steered the party in a new, more socialist direction in the aftermath of the Revolutionary Democratic Socialists' demise. Twenty years later, he triumphed in 2467, sweeping 117 seats in the Senate (of 300) and winning Praetorship through the first round. He won a second term in office before being ousted in 2471. He decided to retire shortly after.

*2472 - 2491: Soren Almiron
Almiron saw neither the highs nor lows that marked the career of predecessor Konev Maurice. He failed to win Praetorship against a united free market/liberal coalition but did steer the party to moderate success, becoming the largest single entity in the Senate twice. He died in a car crash in March 2491. He was due to retire at the end of the year.

*2491 - 2504: Elke Ravenstijn
Elke Ravenstijn became the first woman to lead the OPX ever and the first woman to lead the OP/OPX since Kande Varrault 125 years earlier. Ravenstijn would lead the OPX to lose its comfortable status as a power player as the continued emergence and establishment of the Elite Sinn Fein and the Revolutionary Democractic Socialists saw the OPX seat share slide. She was deposed as leader after several disastrous elections for the party.

*2504 - 2523: Kolda Beloki
After the disastrous leadership of Ravenstijn, the party's share price plummeted and was eventually delisted after the purchase by the accounting firm and burgeoning merchant bank, Txurruka/Aperribai/Mayoz. Kolda Beloki was appointed CEO and steered the party back to its roots as a economic-centrist, civil-progressive party. The new strategy paid off, getting the OPX narrowly to the top of the Senate once again and taking Beloki to the Praetor's Office three times. She stepped aside as CEO in 2523 with the party looking unbeatable in the next election.

*2523 - Now: Amets Ansola

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristhighperfect
Civil Rightsrestrictive-leaningexcellentperfect
Ecologymoderate environmentalistmoderateperfect
Foreign Relationsmoderate internationalisthighperfect
Government Responsibilitiessmall government-leaningexcellentperfect
Marketmoderate regulatorexcellentperfect
Militarymoderate pacifistmoderateperfect
Moralityconvinced progressivehighperfect
Religionconvinced secularexcellentperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
September 20691,910,48013,118,27214.56+14.566241015.12+62
November 20731,473,74717,630,8698.36-6.20344108.29-28
November 2077837,57222,126,5383.79-4.57144203.33-20
November 2081762,47022,321,1723.42-0.37134203.10-1
November 2085734,74922,448,2943.27-0.14124202.86-1
November 20891,055,70523,120,5924.57+1.29174204.05+5
May 20924,159,79218,309,21122.72+18.159642022.86+79
May 20964,641,91421,303,28021.79-0.939342022.14-3
May 21004,588,59019,695,98023.30+1.519942023.57+6
May 21044,259,31819,473,76021.87-1.4310245422.47+3
May 21086,423,57723,295,41027.57+5.7012545427.53+23
May 21125,630,17420,035,19528.10+0.5313246628.33+7
May 21168,836,45024,966,81435.39+7.2916546635.41+33
February 21194,796,58120,456,55523.45-11.9511146623.82-54
February 21236,604,78523,811,92327.74+4.2912946627.68+18
February 21276,854,15424,530,53627.94+0.2013246628.33+3
June 21278,046,06023,477,84834.27+6.3316346634.98+31
June 21318,969,71624,794,82936.18+1.9017046636.48+7
June 21357,266,77526,142,14727.80-8.389433328.23-76
June 21398,838,74030,526,85028.95+1.169833329.43+4
June 21437,115,24429,937,42823.77-5.198234223.98-16
September 2145000.00-23.774134211.99-41
March 21463,480,18821,537,37016.16+16.165834216.96+17
December 21473,505,82028,787,53012.18-3.984134211.99-17
December 21516,884,41331,137,23322.11+9.937734222.51+36
December 21556,164,99731,212,29119.75-2.366934220.18-8
March 21587,503,24332,377,25523.17+3.428134223.68+12
July 21587,345,72932,490,81322.61-0.577934223.10-2
July 21628,382,14431,376,74626.71+4.119936127.42+20
July 21668,343,46831,300,65526.66-0.069936127.42+0
October 21688,909,47732,715,70027.23+0.5810136127.98+2
December 217211,261,20836,413,67330.93+3.6911436131.58+13
July 21769,266,05934,818,08226.61-4.319836127.15-16
July 21808,782,93034,456,56025.49-1.129336125.76-5
July 21848,619,69836,293,98823.75-1.748736124.10-6
July 218810,123,50036,871,45427.46+3.7110136127.98+14
July 219210,716,75737,609,37928.49+1.0410636129.36+5
July 21967,333,45837,132,92419.75-8.757236119.94-34
July 22007,627,42237,361,28820.42+0.677536120.78+3
September 22026,431,49037,829,76917.00-3.417040817.16-5
September 22066,766,07538,451,20917.60+0.607240817.65+2
July 220811,657,89238,295,78630.44+12.8512740831.13+55
July 221211,906,31639,615,52430.05-0.3912942130.64+2
July 221610,938,77841,295,10226.49-3.5711442526.82-15
July 222010,753,40941,869,70725.68-0.8111142925.87-3
July 222113,280,85043,321,47930.66+4.9713343230.79+22
July 22259,315,97043,829,23321.26-9.409343521.38-40
February 222713,933,11639,245,51535.50+14.2515843935.99+65
February 223112,597,71240,465,28531.13-4.3713944231.45-19
February 223514,781,69544,598,20133.14+2.0114944233.71+10
February 223914,893,12742,314,44635.20+2.0516345435.90+14
February 224312,844,42040,878,98031.42-3.7814746031.96-16
August 224314,146,23239,797,69135.55+4.1216646036.09+19
August 224714,757,76935,279,02141.83+6.2919346041.96+27
February 224915,826,42927,520,48557.51+15.6826546057.61+72
February 225322,108,21939,445,08056.05-1.4625846056.09-7
March 225510,733,33033,061,45932.46-23.5814946032.39-109
March 22598,365,51327,514,74530.40-2.0613846030.00-11
March 226312,272,30935,215,62334.85+4.4515946034.57+21
March 226710,987,05635,670,10630.80-4.0513946030.22-20
February 226911,437,13237,750,58630.30-0.5113646029.57-3
February 227310,208,00938,913,89226.23-4.0611946025.87-17
April 227411,892,56137,533,09531.69+5.4514546031.52+26
April 227820,590,65347,879,63743.01+11.3220046043.48+55
June 227926,947,53947,339,57956.92+13.9226146056.74+61
June 228324,816,28846,944,97552.86-4.0624446053.04-17
May 22855,555,80745,295,18312.27-40.606746014.57-177
June 22867,280,02440,056,15218.17+5.9110452819.70+37
June 229010,635,09433,198,03732.04+13.8616853731.28+64
June 229416,115,33038,575,19441.78+9.7422254041.11+54
June 229815,951,79841,329,47638.60-3.1820554037.96-17
August 229915,831,29339,363,80540.22+1.6221454039.63+9
August 230319,837,63251,601,25638.44-1.7720854038.52-6
August 230721,578,40850,997,02242.31+3.874310043.00-165
August 231122,150,82245,757,44148.41+6.104910049.00+6
August 231521,723,09647,014,42546.21-2.204710047.00-2
August 231929,363,92947,699,20561.56+15.366310063.00+16
August 232327,333,46248,565,27356.28-5.285910059.00-4
August 232728,460,10447,269,55860.21+3.936210062.00+3
August 233115,988,46845,407,85135.21-25.003610036.00-26
August 233515,164,60547,560,08631.89-3.333210032.00-4
March 233819,269,87357,633,98233.43+1.553410034.00+2
March 234212,097,12450,351,79524.03-9.412510025.00-9
March 234617,009,63554,739,71631.07+7.053310033.00+8
March 235012,569,88658,161,20321.61-9.462210022.00-11
March 235410,303,94461,413,85416.78-4.833219016.84+10
October 235612,027,78759,210,40620.31+3.544119021.58+9
June 235711,769,02060,639,99919.41-0.913919020.53-2
June 23619,144,63260,327,93415.16-4.252919015.26-10
June 236511,316,44461,069,56218.53+3.373719019.47+8
April 236712,147,22760,100,06820.21+1.684019021.05+3
July 237012,305,25355,352,69222.23+2.024420022.00+4
July 237414,874,26362,507,52223.80+1.574720023.50+3
February 237514,203,75456,381,21225.19+1.405120025.50+4
February 237914,154,18955,992,26425.28+0.095120025.50+0
February 238216,247,08152,268,17031.08+5.816220031.00+11
February 238612,496,16655,205,59622.64-8.454720023.50-15
February 23907,394,14562,529,56311.83-10.812320011.50-24
February 23945,989,13765,675,9339.12-2.71172008.50-6
September 23976,903,85965,263,88510.58+1.462220011.00+5
September 24015,805,60561,312,3509.47-1.112020010.00-2
September 24055,429,82862,692,9988.66-0.81162008.00-4
September 24098,663,10364,742,64713.38+4.722720013.50+11
September 24139,934,75571,315,03913.93+0.552820014.00+1
January 241713,648,34163,343,60021.55+7.624320021.50+15
May 241719,204,66761,478,05231.24+9.695920029.50+16
November 241831,798,22364,008,04049.68+18.449920049.50+40
November 242217,804,93875,994,40123.43-26.254720023.50-52
November 242611,045,73759,263,08618.64-4.793620018.00-11
November 24308,740,57973,190,84911.94-6.702420012.00-12
November 24348,831,29879,572,59011.10-0.842120010.50-3
November 24385,156,12080,711,7376.39-4.71112005.50-10
May 24444,719,77276,626,2896.16-0.23183006.00+7
January 24455,754,67879,185,9037.27+1.11223007.33+4
January 24493,991,94980,451,8384.96-2.31143004.67-8
June 24505,333,49880,936,4926.59+1.63183006.00+4
February 24515,572,62178,913,2467.06+0.47203006.67+2
September 24526,992,34779,356,6448.81+1.75263008.67+6
September 24564,874,03081,341,2685.99-2.82163005.33-10
September 24608,103,54382,085,7349.87+3.88293009.67+13
August 24618,894,32078,996,33811.26+1.393330011.00+4
September 246321,700,69383,976,08225.84+14.587930026.33+46
September 246734,542,05890,389,33338.21+12.3711730039.00+38
September 247116,264,62781,609,38019.93-18.286030020.00-57
December 247413,692,14987,265,23415.69-4.244530015.00-15
December 247816,949,11888,019,81319.26+3.575930019.67+14
December 248212,765,67189,380,20914.28-4.974430014.67-15
December 248615,071,49688,525,92117.02+2.745130017.00+7
December 249017,954,19686,144,03620.84+3.826330021.00+12
February 249217,508,74193,523,15218.72-2.125730019.00-6
February 249610,736,84691,054,86911.79-6.933530011.67-22
April 24989,901,73289,641,04011.05-0.753230010.67-3
April 250210,313,71292,452,98911.16+0.113330011.00+1
November 250310,744,28298,209,67310.94-0.223330011.00+0
July 250412,409,42798,747,66912.57+1.633730012.33+4
July 250812,197,64195,701,31812.75+0.183730012.33+0
July 251213,921,26790,817,53215.33+2.584530015.00+8
July 251619,504,516101,166,55119.28+3.955730019.00+12
July 252023,607,884104,733,86522.54+3.266830022.67+11
July 252423,081,51998,298,06123.48+0.947230024.00+4
July 252821,390,604103,289,04020.71-2.776330021.00-9
July 253219,580,670102,812,69619.04-1.665930019.67-4
July 253623,739,966104,325,36122.76+3.717030023.33+11
July 254022,516,843107,545,64520.94-1.826430021.33-6
July 254420,657,195105,493,14919.58-1.365930019.67-5
January 254722,137,41799,213,74822.31+2.736830022.67+9
January 255124,096,138110,307,21121.84-0.476830022.67+0
January 255523,479,174113,863,28820.62-1.226330021.00-5
January 255922,644,278108,655,54420.84+0.226630022.00+3
January 256323,010,826106,102,10121.69+0.856830022.67+2
January 256728,132,617117,250,07423.99+2.317530025.00+7
January 257121,399,633119,825,55817.86-6.135630018.67-19
June 257519,250,682119,496,65816.11-1.755230017.33-4
June 257928,746,619121,148,82123.73+7.627730025.67+25
June 258319,864,859123,374,00316.10-7.635230017.33-25
June 258716,030,532112,684,65214.23-1.884730015.67-5
June 259131,545,71480,833,44639.03+24.8011730039.00+70
June 259584,364,097111,237,45375.84+36.8222430074.67+107
June 259980,574,81797,366,38682.75+6.9124030080.00+16
June 260368,255,055132,990,27751.32-31.4315230050.67-88
June 260737,440,57794,404,45339.66-11.6611930039.67-33
June 261118,177,368119,125,67915.26-24.404530015.00-74

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Voting Record

This is the voting[?] record of the Txurruka/Aperribai/Mayoz's OPX.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
RP - Proposal of Minority SpeakerMay 4217May 4217voting
RP - New Majority Speaker NominatedMarch 4217March 4217voting
Centrist Alliance Cabinet Proposal of 4217March 4217March 4217passed
Prohibition of Outdoor Smoking BillNovember 4216May 4217voting
RP New Military Ranking - Regional Power StatusSeptember 4216December 4216voting
RP - Security Council Seat in JeopardyNovember 4215November 4215passed
Baltusia - Better and Better! The Patriotic Party Manifesto for 4216October 4215March 4216defeated
Pollution Act 4216May 4215December 4216voting
Peoples Party Manifesto 4216March 4215April 4215defeated
RAC ManifestoDecember 4214December 4214defeated
Baltusian Republican Party Manfiesto Launch 4216: A New Baltusian CenturyDecember 4214December 4214passed
Policies of the SSPBDecember 4214December 4214defeated
BPBC1: Election 4216 Party DebateDecember 4214December 4214passed
Environmental Small Government Bill - Part 2October 4214November 4214defeated
Call for early elections, October 4214October 4214October 4214defeated
First Term Abortion Act 4214June 4214June 4214passed
An invitation to all to debateJune 4214June 4214passed
Universal Tax Cuts Act 4214June 4214June 4214passed
Conscientious Objectors and National Service Bill 4214June 4214June 4214defeated
Restriction of Access to Firearms Following Mass Shooting in VillitaApril 4214April 4214passed

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