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Social Democrat Alliance[?]

This page contains information about the Social Democrat Alliance.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: FortunaBold

Nation[?]: Transitional State of Dankuk (단국의과도기국 ) (Unión de Dankuk) (Undeb Dankuk)

Seats[?] in National Transitional Council (국가 과도위원회) (Consejo Nacional de Transición) (Y Cyngor Trosiannol Cenedlaethol)[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

The Social Democrat Alliance (SDA)
“Moving Forward Together”

The Social Democrat Alliance (SDA) is a centre-left, progressive political party that was established in 4180. The SDA was formed in a time when ethnic and religious nationalism was overtaking the nation of Free Dranland.

“A New Future”: political program of the SDA (4183)

• Free Dranland is a democratic, free nation in which the government protects human rights and civil rights for all citizens
• Free Dranland is a liberal society in which all religions, races and linguistic groups can live side by side in freedom and prosperity
• Man and woman are equal in Free Dranland in every possible way
• The economy of Free Dranland is a moderate free market, in which private enterprises and government companies work side by side under moderate legislation
• The economy of Free Dranland is a thriving green economy that focusses on technological development and innovation for an ecological future
• All citizens of Free Dranland pay taxes, but can profit (if need be) from a good, high-quality educational system, health care system and security apparatus
• The government will be open and transparent to the citizens of Free Dranland

PARTY HISTORY:

The SDA was formed in 4180 to combat racist extremism and dictatorial tendencies in the national political arena. In the Elections of 4181, the SDA did not gain seats. However: 36.000 people voted on the party, a sign that change was needed. The SDA resisted the racist cabinet that was formed, and vowed to continue gaining momentum and seats in Parliament.

The SDA was able to pass the Paramilitary Restriction Bill (PRB) in 4183, curtailing the power of militias in our nation. During the elections of 4185, the SDA gained 20 seats in parliament. The SDA began proposing reform bills, including a withdrawel from the Constitution of the Great Kyo Empire, to pave the way for more democratic reforms. This important victory was achieved in January 4186. After that, the SDA began launching Bills to reform the nation towards a more democratic base. The SDA was able to pass the Forest Management Bill, in which the planting of new trees became regulated by a government body. Also, the SDA campaigned for social reform, contraceptive funding and military reforms.
The SDA opposed the GNP-minority government and attacked the Conservatives for trying to enact fascist reform. In 4193, after both the Republican Party and the National Revolutionary Front collapsed, the SDA succesfully called for early elections. After winning 45 seats, the party negotiated with Labour and the GNP to form an left-right coalition. The SDA thus for the first time in history became a coalition party, controlling four ministeries.

During the first government period (4195-4199), the SDA was able to help pass the Paramilitary Ban Act and the Daily Working Hours Act. The SDA also proposed enforcing moderate pollution restrictions on companies and supported legalizing Abortion during the first tremester, even though coalition-partner GNP blocked that Bill from passing. In 4196, the SDA was able to pass the Pollution Regulation Bill, in which pollution guidelines became enforced by the government. The SDA was aso able to pass a Bill in which low-income farmers were compensates by the government.

In 4198, the SDA gained 62 seats, becoming the second party of Dranland after the PAP. The SDA also won the Presidency in the person of Jon Lee Scott. Stephen Mayar of the SDA became the new Prime Minister in the first centre-left cabinet of Dranland history, forming a coalition with Labour and the National Conservative Party. The new coalition quickly enacted major reforms, pushing forward the Agricultural Reform Package (SDA), the Whaling Bill (SDA) and the National Curriculum Act (Labour). In 4199, the SDA and Labour together has a majority in parliament because the Popular Action Party broke up. The two parties quickly presented major reforms, transforming Dranland from a market-liberal state towards a social-liberal state.

HISTORY OF THE ELECTIONS:

4181: 0 seats
4185: 20 seats
4190: 23 seats
4195: 45 seats
4198: 62 seats
4200: 36 seats
4204:

ORGANISATIONS AND PARTY COMPARTMENTS

Progressive Liberals 45%
Progressive Socialists 35%
Radical Socialists 5%
Conservative Liberals 10%

Our junior branch is the YSD, the Young Social Democrats.

Political compass of the SDA: https://www.politicalcompass.org/yourpoliticalcompass?ec=-5.25&soc=-2.92

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationunitarist-leaningmoderateperfect
Civil Rightsmoderate restrictivehighperfect
Ecologyskeptic-leaninghighperfect
Foreign Relationsmoderate internationalisthighperfect
Government Responsibilitiessmall government-leaningmoderateperfect
Marketconvinced regulatormoderateperfect
Militarypacifist-leaninghighperfect
Moralityconservative-leaninghighperfect
Religionmoderate secularhighperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
April 418135,40366,887,8300.05+0.0502500.00+0
January 41855,548,15867,232,5808.25+8.20202557.84+20
January 41906,104,38866,010,9629.25+1.00232559.02+3
May 419311,962,01366,331,46518.03+8.794525517.65+22
May 419815,651,09364,815,21024.15+6.116225524.31+17
July 42009,439,09664,272,57714.69-9.463625514.12-26
July 42056,191,25465,960,7599.39-5.30232559.02-13

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 Social Democrat Alliance.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
OOC/RP: First Draft of the Constitution by the Committee for the Drafting and Promulgation of A New Fundamental LawJune 4500 debate
National DishMay 4499May 4499passed
Retirement AgeMay 4499May 4499passed
Capital City ActMay 4499May 4499passed
City NamesJune 4498June 4498passed
New Culture Protocols(WIP)June 4498 debate
Provisional Capital CityMay 4498May 4498passed
OOC/RP: Discussion for the Committee for the Drafting and Promulgation of A New Fundamental LawJune 4496May 4497passed
Recognition ActJune 4496June 4496passed
Rebuilding of Taeyang Light PalaceOctober 4495October 4495passed
3rd ProposalSeptember 4495September 4495passed
Old Imperial Flag ProposalSeptember 4495September 4495defeated
Flag CompetitionSeptember 4495September 4495defeated
Provisional Anthem BillSeptember 4495September 4495passed
OOC/RP: National LawsDecember 4494 debate
Marriage Reform ActMay 4494June 4494passed
OOC/RP: National Act No. 001 (Constitutional Committee and Drafting Procedures Act of 4492)July 4491April 4493passed
Currency ReformJuly 4491July 4491passed
New MottoNovember 4489November 4489passed
Ratification of the Treaty of Mutual Understanding, Co-operation and Security Between the Kingdom of Vanuku and the State of DankukAugust 4489August 4489passed

Random fact: In order for a Cabinet bill to pass, more than half of the legislature must vote for it and all of the parties included in the proposed Cabinet must support it. If your nation has a Head of State who is also the Head of Government, then the party controlling this character must also vote for the bill, since the Head of Government is also a member of the Cabinet. If any of these requirements are not met, the bill will not pass.

Random quote: “Can anyone imagine a more perverse idea than forcing faithful Hosians like me to give away my money to enable irresponsible teenage girls to kill off their children because they were too drunk to use a damn condom?" � Dr. Francesca dos Santos, Dranish politician and Health Minister

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