Free Luthori Party[?]
This page contains information about the Free Luthori Party.
This party is inactive.
|The Free Luthori Party was founded in 4404.|
The party supports a moderate stance on Centralization, seeking to preseve devolved powers with the potential to expand them partially over time.
Supportive of expanding civil rights without destroying our cultural heritage.
The party is supportive of expanding environmental regulation massively, expanding green areas and greatly increasing funding of parks.
Seeking to improve Luthori's influence within the world through strengthing historical friendships as well as taking a strong stance against hostile nations.
We believe the government's role is to encourage positive behaviour, not to enforce it. Therefore we are in favour of a generally smaller government
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
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This party is a member of the following organizations:
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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 Free Luthori Party.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|2nd Prime Minister Question Time||December 4593||December 4593||voting|
|Luxury Sales Tax||November 4593||November 4593||voting|
|Lowering the Retirement Age||November 4593||November 4593||voting|
|Military Act of 4567||October 4593||October 4593||voting|
|The Naming And Succession Act||October 4593||October 4593||voting|
|Cabinet Proposal of September 4593||September 4593||September 4593||passed|
|Progressive Coalition||July 4593||July 4593||voting|
|Presidential Adress||June 4593||June 4593||voting|
|Cabinet Proposal of February 4593: National Triumvirate||February 4593||February 4593||defeated|
|Non-Restrictive Whaling Act||January 4593||February 4593||passed|
|Call for early elections, January 4593||January 4593||January 4593||passed|
|Refugee Policy Change||November 4592||debate|
|Government Budget proposal of May 4592||May 4592||May 4592||passed|
|1st Prime Ministers Question Time||February 4592||February 4592||passed|
|End of the Theocratic State||November 4591||November 4591||passed|
|CPL-White Rose Coalition||July 4591||July 4591||passed|
|The Democratic Coalition||May 4591||June 4591||defeated|
|Prime Ministers Question Act||March 4591||March 4591||passed|
|Ecology Act of February 4591||February 4591||March 4591||passed|
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