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Socialist People's Party (SPP)[?]

This page contains information about the Socialist People's Party (SPP).

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: SniperNoSniping

Nation[?]: Commonwealth of Rutania

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

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

Party fighting for the rights of the people and middle class. Founded by Forrest Tanner on July 4113. Founder of the Leftist Organization of Rutania, the MRA's biggest political rival

"Alone we are strong. Together we are unstoppable"
Allied with the DSRP

Rutanian political positions:
Eleanor Frighton, Governor of Khodor (4118-4123)
Kevin Harrison, Governor of Bozarland (4122-4123)
Forrest Tanner, Preident of Rutania and Ardinia (4122-4123)

International political positions:
Jeff Goldstein, leader of the Leftist Organization of Rutania
Paul Tanner, leader of the Socialist Revolutionary International Guard
Joe Jefferson, leader of the Progressive Civil Liberties Alliance

Party Chairmen:
Hunter King (4113-4124)
Eleanor Frighton (4124-4143)
Paul Jomes (4143-)
Party Leaders:
Forrest Tanner (4113-4124)
Mallory Tanner (4124-4134)
Joseph Frank (4133-4141)
Kelly Hart (4141-)

Last election results:
SPP Leadership elections:
Kelly Hart - 64.6%
35.4%
SPP chairman elections:
Laura Gall wins unanimously
Elections for leader and chairman are held every 10 years, next elections: September 4163 for chairman and September 4161 for party leader
If the SPP loses more than 50 seats in an election, the current leader must resign

Ideologies: Socialism, Social Liberalism, Libertarian Socialism

Political views:
Centralization - Less power to local governments, unless matter is about the province/city
Civil Rights - Very permissive, all civil rights except abnormal sexual relations (beastiality, incest, not homosexuality)
Ecology - Very big issue, support the Green efforts and protect the environment
Foreign Relations - Supports the AU, friendship treaties, and equality between nations
Government Responsibilities - Reduce role in life, support almost libertarian level small government
Market - Neccessary regulations and efforts to stop exploitation of the working class
Military - Very pacifist, only wage war as a last resort
Morality - Very progressive, lose traditional moral values
Religion - All religions are equal, but should not influence politics

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristexcellentperfect
Civil Rightsmoderate permissiveexcellentperfect
Ecologyskeptic-leaningexcellentperfect
Foreign Relationsinternationalist-leaninghighperfect
Government Responsibilitiesmoderate big governmentexcellentperfect
Marketmoderate regulatorexcellentperfect
Militarypacifist-leaningexcellentperfect
Moralityconservative-leaningexcellentperfect
Religionmoderate secularexcellentperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
January 411443,30962,646,6700.07+0.0706000.00+0
January 41187,403,11959,761,42112.39+12.327260012.00+72
December 41186,952,30756,812,00112.24-0.157360012.17+1
December 41229,822,22361,258,15716.03+3.809860016.33+25
June 41239,236,73659,582,04015.50-0.539360015.50-5
June 41244,174,15055,580,9637.51-7.99456007.50-48
August 41256,052,24456,367,93810.74+3.236460010.67+19
June 41293,664,03761,696,3105.94-4.80356005.83-29
November 41303,206,17258,140,8725.51-0.42316005.17-4
February 41345,956,28861,208,2869.73+4.22586009.67+27
December 41356,651,23351,491,62812.92+3.197660012.67+18
November 413616,018,50562,166,71025.77+12.8515460025.67+78
December 413714,419,15559,394,88924.28-1.497330024.33-81
December 41414,480,26261,505,6237.28-16.99213007.00-52
December 41455,095,45860,010,1038.49+1.21263008.67+5
December 41496,334,40964,533,2319.82+1.32293009.67+3
December 41536,514,46160,329,60710.80+0.983130010.33+2
December 41573,375,29660,711,0915.56-5.24163005.33-15
December 41582,984,62559,843,9454.99-0.57143004.67-2
May 41603,639,25562,377,2255.83+0.85153005.00+1

Relative Graph

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Election History

Absolute Graph

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Election History

National Graph

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Election History

Legislation

You can view the party's proposed bills here.

Legislative Agenda

This party has to vote on the following bills:

Voting Record

This is the voting[?] record of the Socialist People's Party (SPP).

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Head of Government ActJuly 4290July 4290voting
National Security ActApril 4290April 4290voting
Whaling ActApril 4290April 4290voting
Hunting ActApril 4290April 4290voting
Patroling ActApril 4290April 4290voting
Policing ActApril 4290April 4290voting
Parliamentary Privilege ActApril 4290April 4290voting
Illegals ActApril 4290April 4290voting
Smoking ActApril 4290April 4290voting
Gender Reassignment ActApril 4290April 4290voting
National Service ActMarch 4290March 4290voting
Legislative Reduction ActMarch 4290March 4290voting
Nobility ActMarch 4290March 4290voting
Enterprise Expansion ActFebruary 4290February 4290voting
Firearm Reform ActFebruary 4290February 4290voting
Museum Funding 4290January 4290January 4290voting
Environment for the Future ActNovember 4289November 4289passed
Call for early elections, September 4289September 4289September 4289passed
Cabinet Proposal of June 4289June 4289June 4289passed
Blood Reform ActAugust 4288January 4290voting

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