Beluzia Pirate Party[?]
This page contains information about the Beluzia Pirate Party.
This party is inactive.
|Founded in December 4287, the BPP was founded by anti copyright activists to form a party to challenge establishment politics. The party promotes IP reform, open governance, anti corruption, transparency, and non interventionist foreign policy. Due to the nature of the party, a lot of ideological variant are represented within it, and the party considers itself to be post ideological.|
Political Position: Syncretic
-Pirate Politics (official)
-Green Politics (minority)
Party logo: https://imgur.com/oAwW8yw
1. December 4288 - 13.65% (101 seats / +101)
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Foreign Relations||unknown||close to none||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||small government-leaning||limited||perfect|
|Military||pacifist-leaning||close to none||perfect|
|Morality||moderate progressive||close to none||perfect|
|Religion||moderate religious||close to none||perfect|
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 Beluzia Pirate Party.
|Random fact: It is the collective responsibility of the players in a nation to ensure all currently binding RP laws are clearly outlined in an OOC reference bill in the "Bills under debate" section of the nation page. Confusion should not be created by displaying only some of the current RP laws or displaying RP laws which are no longer current.|
|Random quote: The U.N. is a place where governments opposed to free speech demand to be heard. - MAD Magazine|