Hizb Alshshaeb Alkafuri[?]
This page contains information about the Hizb Alshshaeb Alkafuri.
This party is inactive.
|Hizb Alshshaeb Alkafuri (The People's Party of Kafuri) is a left-libertarian party that aims to create a society that will support everyone's needs and eliminate class segregation.|
Economic Left/Right: -7.38
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -6.15
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
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This party is a member of the following organizations:
- International Greens
- International Secularist Society
- World Anti-Capitalist Initiative
- International Science, Education and Culture Organization
- Civil Rights Council
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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 Hizb Alshshaeb Alkafuri.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|Local 0B||February 2620||March 2621||defeated|
|Local 0A||February 2620||March 2621||passed|
|Local 09||February 2620||March 2621||passed|
|Local 08||February 2620||March 2621||passed|
|Local 07||February 2620||March 2621||passed|
|Local 06||February 2620||March 2621||passed|
|Local 05||February 2620||March 2621||passed|
|Local 04||February 2620||March 2621||passed|
|Local 03||February 2620||March 2621||passed|
|Local 02||February 2620||March 2621||passed|
|Local 01||February 2620||March 2621||passed|
|THE ANTIBILL||February 2620||March 2621||passed|
|Positioning #10||July 2619||July 2619||defeated|
|Positioning #9||July 2619||July 2619||defeated|
|Positioning #8||July 2619||July 2619||defeated|
|Positioning #7||July 2619||July 2619||defeated|
|Positioning #6||July 2619||July 2619||defeated|
|Positioning #5||July 2619||July 2619||defeated|
|Positioning #4||July 2619||July 2619||defeated|
|Positioning #3||July 2619||July 2619||defeated|
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