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Free Reform Coalition (FRP)[?]

This page contains information about the Free Reform Coalition (FRP).

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: lucatromano

Nation[?]: Free State of Malivia

Seats[?] in Parliament[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:


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The Free Republican Party (FRP) was founded in 2040 by Luca T. Romano, then CEO and Chairperson of Romano Enterprises, one of the largest shipping companies in the United Federation of Malivia.

======Ideology =====

The FRP was founded on the belief that the people are the best judges of how they want to live their lives. Romano knew that the people needed leadership that would support their freedom and increase their opportunities.

To that end, the FRP supported smaller central government and promoted local government with more direct democracy. The Party pushed forward on private education and better copyright laws that would be a balance between the creator, user and publisher.

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationfederalist-leaninglimitedperfect
Civil Rightspermissive-leaninglimitedperfect
Ecologyenvironmentalist-leaninglimitedperfect
Foreign Relationsinternationalist-leaninglimitedperfect
Government Responsibilitiesbig government-leaninglimitedperfect
Marketlaissez-faire-leaninglimitedperfect
Militarymilitarist-leaninglimitedperfect
Moralityprogressive-leaninglimitedperfect
Religionreligious-leaninglimitedperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
April 20682,815,25520,744,24913.57+13.571410014.00+14
April 20702,848,16420,567,61913.85+0.281310013.00-1
April 20722,631,06821,629,10412.16-1.681410014.00+1
April 20743,170,44222,183,09014.29+2.131610016.00+2
April 20762,393,66021,201,48111.29-3.001210012.00-4
April 20783,373,44024,404,71213.82+2.531410014.00+2
April 20803,883,60825,320,13315.34+1.521710017.00+3
April 20822,910,42024,684,15711.79-3.551210012.00-5
April 20843,157,66424,928,69512.67+0.881210012.00+0
April 20863,204,45425,403,29412.61-0.051310013.00+1
April 20883,755,85023,253,76116.15+3.541610016.00+3

Relative Graph

This graph shows the percentage of seats the party achieved in each election, relative to its maximum.

Election History

Absolute Graph

This graph shows the percentage of seats the party achieved in each election in the entire legislature.

Election History

National Graph

This graph shows the share of seats the party achieved in each election in the entire legislature, together with the share of other parties.

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 Free Reform Coalition (FRP).

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
OCC (RP) : Malivia Central Bank Oversight and Regulation ActJanuary 4259January 4259voting
Cabinet Proposal of October 4258October 4258October 4258voting
Call for early elections, October 4258October 4258 debate
SSK-020August 4258August 4258voting
Cabinet Proposal of February 4258February 4258February 4258passed
Cabinet Proposal and Health Care changesSeptember 4257September 4257defeated
D-25April 4257April 4257defeated
visibility billOctober 4256October 4256defeated
Social BillOctober 4256October 4256passed
Cabinet Proposal of October 4256October 4256October 4256defeated
Cabinet Proposal of August 4256August 4256August 4256defeated
125April 4256April 4256defeated
SSK-019February 4256February 4256defeated
Cabinet Proposal of January 4256January 4256January 4256defeated
Cabinet Proposal of December 4255December 4255December 4255defeated
Social Law IISeptember 4255April 4257passed
Budget proposal of September 4255September 4255December 4255defeated
Call for early elections, April 4255April 4255April 4255defeated
SSK-018October 4254October 4254passed
Government Policy Administration Act 4254July 4254July 4254passed

Random fact: Laws outlined in bill descriptions but not specified in game mechanic proposals are known as "role-play laws" or "RP laws" and are recognised under the rules as binding. Constitutional RP laws require a 2/3rds majority, just like game mechanic constitutional laws. Non-constitutional RP laws require a simple majority, just like non-constitutional game mechanic laws.

Random quote: "An idealist is one who, on noticing that roses smell better than a cabbage, concludes that it will also make better soup." H. L. Mencken

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