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Alianța Liberalilor[?]

This page contains information about the Alianța Liberalilor.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: General.M(Endralon/Kizenia)

Nation[?]: Confederația Noului Endralon, Kizenia și Kuzaki (New Endralon / Kizenia)

Seats[?] in Camera Unită a Deputaților[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

History:

The Partid Libertarian was founded in 4218 as an alternative to the older parties which went under in their internal struggle. The Libertarian Party immediately startend reforming the country into a freer society. After disasterous election results in 4236 the party merged with the local parties ‘Freedom for Kizenia’ and the New Endrolian Party ‘Liberal Front’ into the Alianță a liberalilor (Alliance of Liberals). The party also cooperates with the ‘Kutohaderian Conservatives’.

Principes:

Individualism
Libertarians see the individual as the basic unit of social analysis. Only individuals make choices and are responsible for their actions. Libertarian thought emphasizes the dignity of each individual, which entails both rights and responsibility. The progressive extension of dignity to more people — to women, to people of different religions and different races — is one of the great libertarian triumphs.

Individual Rights
Because individuals are moral agents, they have a right to be secure in their life, liberty, and property. These rights are not granted by government or by society; they are inherent in the nature of human beings. It is intuitively right that individuals enjoy the security of such rights; the burden of explanation should lie with those who would take rights away.

The Rule of Law
Libertarianism is not libertinism or hedonism. It is not a claim that “people can do anything they want to, and nobody else can say anything.” Rather, libertarianism proposes a society of liberty under law, in which individuals are free to pursue their own lives so long as they respect the equal rights of others. The rule of law means that individuals are governed by generally applicable and spontaneously developed legal rules, not by arbitrary commands; and that those rules should protect the freedom of individuals to pursue happiness in their own ways, not aim at any particular result or outcome.

Limited Government
To protect rights, individuals form governments. But government is a dangerous institution. Libertarians have a great antipathy to concentrated power, for as President Fábián Ádám said, “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Thus they want to divide and limit power, and that means especially to limit government, generally through a written constitution enumerating and limiting the powers that the people delegate to government. Limited government is the basic political implication of libertarianism, and libertarians point to the historical fact that it was the dispersion of power that led to individual liberty and sustained economic growth.

Free Markets
To survive and to flourish, individuals need to engage in economic activity. The right to property entails the right to exchange property by mutual agreement. Free markets are the economic system of free individuals, and they are necessary to create wealth. Libertarians believe that people will be both freer and more prosperous if government intervention in people’s economic choices is minimized.

Peace
Libertarians have always battled the age-old scourge of war. They understood that war brought death and destruction on a grand scale, disrupted family and economic life, and put more power in the hands of the ruling class — which might explain why the rulers did not always share the popular sentiment for peace. Free men and women, of course, have often had to defend their own societies against foreign threats; but throughout history, war has usually been the common enemy of peaceful, productive people on all sides of the conflict.

Leaders:
Iuliu Plesu (4218-4258)
Raul Goian (4244-4277)
Halász Gyula (4277-4297)
Fazekas Benjámin (4297-...)

Presidents:
Fabián Ádám (4218-4223)
Fabián Ádám (4223-4228)
Fabián Ádám (4228-4232)
Fabián Ádám (4232-4236)
Fabián Ádám (4239-4243)
Balla Adél (4244-4248)
Balla Adél (4248-4252)
Balla Adél (4252-4256)
Balla Adél (4256-4260)
Balla Adél (4260-4264)
Balla Adél (4264-4268)
Balla Adél (4268-4272)
Balla Adél (4272-4276)
Balla Adél (4276-4280)
Balla Adél (4280-4284)
Balla Adél (4284-4288)
Velkan Cosovei (4288-4292)
Velkan Cosovei (4292-4296)

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristlimitedperfect
Civil Rightsmoderate permissivemoderateperfect
Ecologyextreme environmentalistclose to noneperfect
Foreign Relationsmoderate internationalistclose to noneperfect
Government Responsibilitiesmoderate small governmentmoderateperfect
Marketmoderate laissez-fairelimitedperfect
Militaryextreme militaristclose to noneperfect
Moralitymoderate progressivelimitedperfect
Religionmoderate secularlimitedperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
May 421811,873,68711,873,687100.00+100.00148148100.00+148
May 422310,777,12410,777,124100.00+0.00100100100.00-48
May 422857,584,93057,632,49299.92-0.08100100100.00+0
May 423212,001,27912,001,279100.00+0.08100100100.00+0
May 423615,043,65844,109,30334.11-65.893310033.00-67
May 423926,082,06650,239,15351.92+17.815310152.48+20
May 424323,699,16249,978,76347.42-4.504810147.52-5
May 424412,096,71012,096,710100.00+52.58101101100.00+53
May 424812,665,13412,665,134100.00+0.00101101100.00+0
May 425211,872,70411,908,83899.70-0.30101101100.00+0
May 425612,095,47012,095,470100.00+0.30101101100.00+0
May 426011,417,39811,417,398100.00+0.00101101100.00+0
May 426411,483,99211,483,992100.00+0.00101101100.00+0
May 426811,155,99711,155,997100.00+0.00101101100.00+0
May 427211,725,46311,725,463100.00+0.00101101100.00+0
May 427612,450,76812,450,768100.00+0.00101101100.00+0
May 428012,054,25612,054,256100.00+0.00101101100.00+0
May 428411,967,06511,967,065100.00+0.00101101100.00+0
May 428819,330,40645,629,30942.36-57.644410143.56-57
October 428831,379,44954,701,50357.36+15.005610155.45+12
October 429229,332,67950,973,48757.54+0.185710156.44+1
October 429619,770,57854,240,04536.45-21.093610135.64-21
October 430013,831,18857,993,90623.85-12.602310122.77-13
June 430418,737,85955,334,52333.86+10.0110330134.22+80
June 430816,034,34054,791,06929.26-4.608630128.57-17
March 431123,252,39539,777,94558.46+29.1917530158.14+89
March 431511,358,12811,358,128100.00+41.54301301100.00+126
March 431912,089,59512,125,01099.71-0.29301301100.00+0
March 432311,347,31911,347,319100.00+0.29301301100.00+0
March 432711,955,88311,955,883100.00+0.00301301100.00+0
March 433112,155,25012,155,250100.00+0.00301301100.00+0
March 433511,871,42411,871,424100.00+0.00301301100.00+0
March 433911,975,77411,975,774100.00+0.00301301100.00+0
March 434312,724,89112,724,891100.00+0.00301301100.00+0
October 434554,113,80454,155,96699.92-0.08301301100.00+0
October 434912,437,70212,437,702100.00+0.08301301100.00+0
October 435311,505,72211,505,722100.00+0.00301301100.00+0
October 435718,840,65444,077,96542.74-57.2613030143.19-171
May 436035,619,94760,640,99958.74+16.0017730158.80+47
May 436433,975,07758,808,11757.77-0.9717530158.14-2
May 436831,604,88855,164,97457.29-0.4817330157.48-2
May 437229,749,65751,964,82057.25-0.0417230157.14-1
May 437636,968,81561,166,05860.44+3.1918230160.47+10
May 438028,329,14961,880,14645.78-14.6613830145.85-44
May 438330,957,44660,456,61151.21+5.4315530151.50+17
May 438712,506,33812,558,96599.58+48.37301301100.00+146
May 439111,486,49411,486,494100.00+0.42301301100.00+0
May 439557,556,45257,600,66399.92-0.08301301100.00+0
May 439911,698,16911,698,169100.00+0.08301301100.00+0
May 440311,806,33511,806,335100.00+0.00301301100.00+0
May 440711,712,77111,712,771100.00+0.00301301100.00+0
May 441112,580,81212,580,812100.00+0.00301301100.00+0
May 441512,123,73012,123,730100.00+0.00301301100.00+0
May 441910,712,72210,712,722100.00+0.00301301100.00+0
May 442311,887,89311,887,893100.00+0.00301301100.00+0

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 Alianța Liberalilor.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
New Endralon's Vote for World Congress President of the General AssemblyAugust 4438August 4438voting
Media Reform ActAugust 4438August 4438voting
Drug Policy Reforms ActAugust 4437August 4437passed
Health Reform ActMay 4437May 4437passed
Citizenship (Amendments Regarding Multiple Citizenship) ActAugust 4436August 4436passed
Education Modernisation ActAugust 4436August 4436passed
Title Reform ActDecember 4435December 4435passed
Constitutional Reform ActJanuary 4435February 4435passed
New Horizons ActJanuary 4435February 4435passed
Call for early elections, January 4435January 4435January 4435passed
National Strength ActJuly 4434February 4435passed
Budget proposal of June 4433June 4433June 4433passed
Fishing & Whaling Industries (Deregulation) ActJune 4433June 4433passed
Family First (Financial Support) ActJune 4433June 4433passed
Police Powers (Amendment - Armed Forces Support) ActJune 4433June 4433passed
National Service ActJune 4433June 4433passed
Budget proposal of February 4433February 4433February 4433passed
Further Economic Deregulation ActFebruary 4433February 4433passed
Budget proposal of September 4432September 4432September 4432passed
Advertising Standards Reform ActJune 4432June 4432passed

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