The Nationalist Republican Party[?]
This page contains information about the The Nationalist Republican Party.
This party is inactive.
|===Inner Party Workings and functions===|
How Decisions are made: Party decisions are made from the authority of a council consisting of Top Party members, Ministers and Canindates, the council is lead by the Parties de facto leader, often the Canindate for HoG, the council also runs the entire party and allows lower members to be present during important meetings
How to Rise the Ranks: The NRP allows members to rise the ranks by doing community service, working in the government, or working for the party, however the Party values above all hard work and character in its members, rather than having members buy there way in, Top Members and above are allowed to vote in the council.
The Nationalist Republican Party of the Federal Republic of Hutori Seeks to make our nation great, with semi conservative, but still modern and smart policies, we choose the best options for our citizens and we strive to make them hardened and smart people while maintaining the republic, and making our nation a proud military power, that will be feared and respected by many, rather than eroding our glorious nation into either revolution or poverty.
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Government Responsibilities||small government-leaning||excellent||perfect|
This party is a member of the following organizations:
|Month||Votes||Total Votes||Votes (%)||Votes (%) (+)||Seats||Total Seats||Seats (%)||Seats (+)|
This graph shows the percentage of seats the party achieved in each election, relative to its maximum.
This graph shows the percentage of seats the party achieved in each election in the entire legislature.
This graph shows the share of seats the party achieved in each election in the entire legislature, together with the share of other parties.
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 The Nationalist Republican Party.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|The Clean Act||May 4359||June 4359||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of April 4359||April 4359||April 4359||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of December 4358||December 4358||March 4359||defeated|
|A New Way Forward Act||October 4358||October 4358||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of June 4358||June 4358||June 4358||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of May 4358||May 4358||May 4358||defeated|
|Presidential Cabinet Proposal of April 4358||April 4358||April 4358||defeated|
|The National Party Manifesto||March 4358||March 4358||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of March 4358||March 4358||March 4358||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of September 4357||September 4357||September 4357||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of July 4357||July 4357||July 4357||defeated|
|Presidential Cabinet Proposal of July 4357||July 4357||July 4357||defeated|
|DNA Database Bill September 4356||September 4356||September 4356||passed|
|Positive Discrimination Ban Bill 4356||September 4356||September 4356||defeated|
|Salary Cap Removal Bill 4356||September 4356||September 4356||defeated|
|Smoking Bill September 4356||September 4356||September 4356||passed|
|Abortion Amendment Act September 4356||September 4356||September 4356||defeated|
|Bill NNP-24: Democratic Equality Act||July 4356||September 4356||passed|
|Bill NNP-23: Giving more help to poor countries||July 4356||September 4356||passed|
|Passport Reform||May 4356||May 4356||defeated|
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