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Fatherland Front[?]

This page contains information about the Fatherland Front.

Details

User[?]: Bousou Shojo

Nation[?]: Federal Socialist Republic of Malivia

Seats[?] in Popular Soviet of Malivia[?]: 240

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

Recent events have made the resurgence of the ideologies the Fatherland Front propagates and have leaded into its reorganization.

Scholars and media have described it as a melting pot of Attanist(Blanquist), Stratocrats and Revolutionary leftists though the group at face value rejects these labels.

They have also made use of Metzist(Marxist) regalia, and have praised figures of the KSSR and USSVR in the past.

Circumstantial proof exists that sheds some light on the Fatherland Front. According to reports the "party" is heavily centralized and follows the directives of the General Committee that in turn commands the party like a paramilitary with even assigned ranks and regional commands.

State that it wants: Imperial Militaristic Senatorial Republic
Society: Atheistic Ultra Progressive Cosmopolitanism
System: Authoritarian Socialism

Elections won: 4219-4223

Ministries

This party is part of the national cabinet, and controls the following ministries:

MinistryMinister
Ministry of Head of GovernmentLawson Comstock
Ministry of Foreign AffairsVance Herbert
Ministry of FinanceSaraswati Kynaston
Ministry of DefenceDeforest Burton

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristhighperfect
Civil Rightsmoderate permissivehighperfect
Ecologyskeptic-leaninglimitedperfect
Foreign Relationsconvinced internationalistmoderateperfect
Government Responsibilitiesbig government-leaninghighperfect
Marketmoderate regulatorhighperfect
Militarymoderate militaristhighperfect
Moralityconvinced progressivemoderateperfect
Religionconvinced secularmoderateperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
December 421112,473,13464,466,86319.35+19.358845019.56+88
December 421518,092,36463,935,65828.30+8.9512845028.44+40
December 421918,153,58965,530,40527.70-0.6012545027.78-3
December 422312,657,02259,981,73321.10-6.609445020.89-31
December 422711,413,06261,076,83218.69-2.428545018.89-9
December 423111,317,72963,707,04717.77-0.928045017.78-5
December 423514,288,33462,828,34722.74+4.9810245022.67+22
December 423913,968,30449,790,80028.05+5.3112445027.56+22
December 424318,073,39961,751,50429.27+1.2113145029.11+7
December 424713,304,25959,197,55422.47-6.799745021.56-34
December 42519,922,46858,930,30116.84-5.647545016.67-22
December 425513,370,32557,904,00223.09+6.2510545023.33+30
December 425910,362,07460,602,30217.10-5.997745017.11-28
December 426310,260,59553,974,16719.01+1.918645019.11+9
December 42679,554,41955,071,99217.35-1.667845017.33-8
December 42718,519,36158,439,93214.58-2.776545014.44-13
December 42755,461,11462,857,9028.69-5.89394508.67-26
December 427915,075,89064,315,59323.44+14.7510445023.11+65
December 42837,751,32262,158,44712.47-10.975645012.44-48
June 428716,888,67960,271,70128.02+15.555519528.21-1
December 42907,181,14763,548,75011.30-16.722219511.28-33
June 42938,130,36563,513,00112.80+1.507660012.67+54
December 42969,872,75662,325,71415.84+3.049660016.00+20
June 430014,781,94766,909,99022.09+6.2513360022.17+37
June 43048,035,68362,927,46612.77-9.327860013.00-55
September 430711,229,27561,758,83618.18+5.4110960018.17+31
September 431112,362,50164,450,59819.18+1.0011660019.33+7
September 43159,319,71265,510,09414.23-4.958760014.50-29
September 431912,200,68064,498,23418.92+4.6911460019.00+27
September 432313,506,17459,394,15622.74+3.8213660022.67+22
September 432718,029,37563,951,95728.19+5.4516960028.17+33
September 433112,990,76661,086,56121.27-6.9312760021.17-42
September 43357,917,83757,706,63513.72-7.558260013.67-45
September 433910,194,34763,334,40516.10+2.389760016.17+15
September 434310,277,61760,666,23516.94+0.8510360017.17+6
September 434715,259,70564,927,50223.50+6.5614160023.50+38
September 435113,646,69466,019,57420.67-2.8312460020.67-17
September 435514,410,84466,114,30421.80+1.1316475021.87+40
September 43599,644,01665,950,36914.62-7.1710875014.40-56
September 43639,805,22965,109,80215.06+0.4411275014.93+4
September 436710,337,33665,851,23615.70+0.6411675015.47+4
September 43716,968,14761,143,05711.40-4.308875011.73-28
September 437514,511,84966,337,92521.88+10.4816575022.00+77
September 437911,010,66462,773,61517.54-4.3413375017.73-32
November 438013,949,49062,817,26822.21+4.6711250022.40-21
November 43845,715,17067,281,7298.49-13.71405008.00-72
October 43868,677,38763,016,41813.77+5.286950013.80+29
October 43906,504,58960,805,31410.70-3.075150010.20-18
October 43947,057,58662,402,27211.31+0.615650011.20+5
October 43988,811,43658,894,97314.96+3.657350014.60+17
October 44028,765,97457,431,48815.26+0.307650015.20+3
November 44043,101,38255,710,3395.57-9.70255005.00-51
November 44081,695,59855,035,0303.08-2.49145002.80-11
November 44101,983,58054,125,0973.66+0.58165003.20+2
November 44142,819,39059,676,4744.72+1.06235004.60+7
November 44185,813,46356,040,11310.37+5.655250010.40+29
April 44206,478,04550,912,96512.72+2.356250012.40+10
April 44242,336,91461,571,4093.80-8.93185003.60-44
April 44283,998,17859,708,0896.70+2.90305006.00+12
April 443211,973,61355,701,38921.50+14.8011350022.60+83
April 44366,951,15964,040,44610.85-10.645250010.40-61
April 443814,693,65760,503,93224.29+13.4318475024.53+132
April 444012,438,82362,486,57019.91-4.3815475020.53-30
April 444210,908,58662,443,81017.47-2.4413375017.73-21
April 44445,445,85650,796,47710.72-6.758075010.67-53
April 444615,749,66963,305,77724.88+14.1618875025.07+108
April 444820,240,47862,911,40332.17+7.2924475032.53+56
April 445014,321,00139,889,86635.90+3.7327075036.00+26
April 445217,392,04360,157,74928.91-6.9921875029.07-52
April 445418,452,17863,240,80229.18+0.2722075029.33+2
April 445619,014,35661,942,38930.70+1.5223275030.93+12
April 445819,159,95761,133,78031.34+0.6424075032.00+8

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 Fatherland Front.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Cabinet Proposal of February 4457February 4457February 4457nodefeatedwon
Call for early elections, July 4455July 4455July 4455nodefeatedwon
Cabinet Proposal of July 4454July 4454July 4454yespassedwon
Prohibition of the Use of Nuclear Weaponry during times of warfareJune 4454 debate
Ban on Homosexuality in the MilitaryMay 4454June 4454nodefeatedwon
SSK-090July 4452July 4452yespassedwon
SSK-089July 4452July 4452yespassedwon
SSK-088July 4452July 4452yespassedwon
SSK-087July 4452July 4452yespassedwon
SSK-086July 4452July 4452yesdefeatedlost
SSK-085July 4452July 4452yespassedwon
SSK-084July 4452July 4452yespassedwon
SSK-083July 4452July 4452yespassedwon
SSK-082July 4452July 4452yesdefeatedlost
SSK-081July 4452July 4452yespassedwon
SSK-080March 4452July 4452yespassedwon
SSK-079March 4452July 4452yesdefeatedlost
SSK-078March 4452July 4452yesdefeatedlost
SSK-077March 4452July 4452yesdefeatedlost
SSK-076December 4451July 4452yesdefeatedlost

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