First Hosianism Party[?]
This page contains information about the First Hosianism Party.
This party is inactive.
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
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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 First Hosianism Party.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|Police initiative bill||May 4012||December 4012||defeated|
|New bill||March 4012||March 4012||passed|
|Abortion bill||February 4012||March 4012||defeated|
|Socialistic Reform||January 4012||January 4012||defeated|
|Religious freedom sct||January 4012||January 4012||passed|
|Environmental deregulation act||December 4011||December 4011||passed|
|Better officials act||December 4011||December 4011||passed|
|Income tax proposal of November 4011||November 4011||November 4011||defeated|
|Conservative reform||November 4011||November 4011||passed|
|Corporate tax cut||November 4011||November 4011||passed|
|Tax cuts act||November 4011||November 4011||passed|
|Reform bill||November 4011||November 4011||passed|
|Cabinet Ammednemt- needs 2/3 majority to pass||September 4011||September 4011||passed|
|Religion bill||August 4011||September 4011||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of August 4011||August 4011||August 4011||defeated|
|More conservative principles||August 4011||August 4011||passed|
|The big bill||July 4011||August 4011||defeated|
|Education bill||July 4011||August 4011||defeated|
|Art funding bill||July 4011||August 4011||defeated|
|Ban government funding for private schools||July 4011||August 4011||defeated|
|Random fact: In Culturally Protected nations, special care must be taken to ensure realism is maintained when role-playing a government controlled by an ethnic and/or religious minority. If it is to be supposed that this government is supported by a majority of the population, then this should be plausibly and sufficiently role-played. The burden of proof is on the player or players role-playing such a regime to demonstrate that it is being done realistically|
|Random quote: "It is ignorant foreigners and political neophytes like YOU who threaten functioning government in Hawu Mumenhes because you care more about your pet projects than you care about facts and histories of the actual countries you settle in. Hawu's world class civil service has been able to maintain Hawu Mumenhes as an enviable economic and military power despite the merry-go-round of reckless political actors like yourself precisely because members of my party and the Conservatives cared enough to study the history and political culture of our country and its place in the world BEFORE asking the people to trust us with the reins of government and BEFORE attempting to institute radical policy changes; that study allowed us to lay a sturdy foundation for the Hawu nation that has shown itself to be impervious even to the likes of your staggering incompetence. Your contempt for Hawu's past demonstrates precisely why you are so woefully ill-equipped to play any constructive role in Hawu's present and future." � Dontavius MeryMumenhes, Ity ꜣḥwt xꜣdt Director of Legislative Affairs in response to Hyperion Corporation CEO Psy Scott during a debate on the floor of the Hawu Mumenhes Legislature.|