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Secularist, Socialist Party of Baltusia[?]

This page contains information about the Secularist, Socialist Party of Baltusia.

Details

User[?]: JamieBradshaw

Nation[?]: Baltusia

Seats[?] in Congress[?]: 143

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

The Secularist, Socialist Party of Baltusia (SSPB) is lead in congress by Fran Perking. It has has five main priorities:

1. Higher taxation on corporations.
2. Higher regulation of corporations.
3. Increased spending on 'Infrastructure and transport,' 'Health and Social Services,' 'Education and Culture,' 'Trade and Industry,' and 'Science and Technology.'
4. Nationalisation of all essential services provided to the public.
5. Full separation of church and state and a ban on the indoctrination of children into religion.

We are known in congress as the Socialists.

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristexcellentperfect
Civil Rightsmoderate permissiveexcellentperfect
Ecologyskeptic-leaninghighperfect
Foreign Relationsisolationist-leaningexcellentperfect
Government Responsibilitiesmoderate big governmentexcellentperfect
Marketmoderate regulatorexcellentperfect
Militarypacifist-leaningexcellentperfect
Moralitymoderate progressiveexcellentperfect
Religionmoderate secularexcellentperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
December 420439,75763,267,2000.06+0.0607000.00+0
December 42085,770,22052,956,96910.90+10.837970011.29+79
December 42125,935,07455,541,32210.69-0.217170010.14-8
December 42168,018,75954,970,59714.59+3.9010170014.43+30
December 42207,178,48563,087,60411.38-3.217970011.29-22
December 42243,641,64646,498,4207.83-3.55557007.86-24
December 42287,130,49051,620,64713.81+5.988360013.83+28
December 42326,853,24656,008,76112.24-1.587260012.00-11
December 42363,880,01760,464,3166.42-5.82376006.17-35
April 42384,232,58754,254,1327.80+1.38456007.50+8
May 42386,112,37861,978,4849.86+2.06596009.83+14
July 42393,466,94553,123,6616.53-3.34416006.83-18
July 42437,896,82959,758,91613.21+6.698060013.33+39
January 42455,258,34459,068,5658.90-4.31536008.83-27
July 42468,862,36035,273,76325.12+16.2215660026.00+103
January 42483,660,87530,581,93411.97-13.157260012.00-84
January 425117,088,53042,599,43240.11+28.1424060040.00+168
January 42544,210,97654,097,4897.78-32.33456007.50-195
November 42564,218,76953,212,9657.93+0.14476007.83+2
January 42586,015,77863,157,3529.53+1.60566009.33+9
January 42627,769,84560,076,53312.93+3.417960013.17+23
October 42628,695,58460,315,80614.42+1.488760014.50+8
March 42667,029,16955,893,06912.58-1.847760012.83-10
March 42706,065,10362,471,7689.71-2.87596009.83-18
February 42726,697,59662,685,20210.68+0.986460010.67+5
October 42735,639,86954,297,99610.39-0.306260010.33-2
September 42776,342,82253,745,88511.80+1.416960011.50+7
May 42806,865,87462,421,82611.00-0.806560010.83-4
July 42823,834,72055,077,5636.96-4.04416006.83-24
August 42864,041,12061,540,4216.57-0.40396006.50-2
December 42865,236,51662,333,0298.40+1.83506008.33+11
December 42904,264,90162,728,2996.80-1.60406006.67-10
May 42924,994,09863,137,8177.91+1.11476007.83+7
February 42934,292,50060,393,1417.11-0.80416006.83-6
April 42965,427,95359,447,9769.13+2.02556009.17+14
April 43005,325,08460,170,4528.85-0.28546009.00-1
July 430214,635,55763,408,93623.08+14.2314060023.33+86
July 430610,268,95462,863,79016.34-6.759860016.33-42
July 43105,141,06061,774,9438.32-8.01516008.50-47
July 43145,575,01860,874,7969.16+0.84566009.33+5
July 43182,852,01062,713,2584.55-4.61266004.33-30
July 43224,534,17961,497,1827.37+2.83416006.83+15
July 43265,109,93953,268,8059.59+2.22576009.50+16
May 43276,914,79852,437,49713.19+3.598060013.33+23
December 43305,523,07462,705,0178.81-4.38536008.83-27
March 43346,852,14165,674,80510.43+1.636160010.17+8
February 43357,132,78564,193,40711.11+0.686760011.17+6
February 433913,281,68564,107,66920.72+9.6112560020.83+58
February 434310,189,30562,536,75016.29-4.429860016.33-27
June 434511,444,78354,387,25921.04+4.7512660021.00+28
October 434612,784,50650,171,30725.48+4.4415460025.67+28
October 435013,165,57655,772,47723.61-1.8814360023.83-11

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 Secularist, Socialist Party of Baltusia.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Nukes reform BillFebruary 4351February 4351nodefeatedwon
Civil Rights BillOctober 4350October 4350nodefeatedwon
Justice Reform BillApril 4350October 4350nodefeatedwon
Economics reform billApril 4350October 4350nodefeatedwon
Military reform billApril 4350October 4350nodefeatedwon
Income tax proposal of April 4350April 4350 debate
Multi Reform BillSeptember 4349September 4349nodefeatedwon
Criminalization of Child Labor BillSeptember 4349September 4349yespassedwon
Military Reform BillSeptember 4349September 4349nodefeatedwon
Ecology Bill of 4250August 4349August 4349nodefeatedwon
Funding of Charities Act of 4348January 4348January 4348nodefeatedwon
Cabinet Proposal of October 4347October 4347October 4347abstainpassedabstained
Employers' Payroll Contributions Act of 4348August 4347August 4347yespassedwon
Localization of Health Concers ActAugust 4347August 4347nopassedlost
Foreign Missionaries Act ActAugust 4347August 4347nopassedlost
Nationalisation and Subsidisation Act 4347March 4347April 4347yespassedwon
RP - State Governors 4346October 4346October 4346yespassedwon
Cabinet Proposal of October 4346October 4346October 4346yespassedwon
Military Reform Act 4346October 4346October 4346yespassedwon
Cabinet Proposal of October 4346October 4346October 4346yesdefeatedlost

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