Al-Hizb Al-Wataniu Al-Qawmiu[?]
This page contains information about the Al-Hizb Al-Wataniu Al-Qawmiu.
This party is inactive.
|Al-Hizb Al-Wataniu Al-Qawmiu (National Patriotic Party)|
Chairman: Naseem al-Shaheed
Secretary-General: Mustafa al-Ghaffari
- Right-wing nationalism
- Economic liberalism
- Classical liberalism
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
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This party is a member of the following organizations:
- Conservatives International
- Anti-Communist League (ACL)
- Right-Wing Brotherhood
- Forum for Reformist Co-operation
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This graph shows the percentage of seats the party achieved in each election in the entire legislature.
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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 Al-Hizb Al-Wataniu Al-Qawmiu.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|Abortion & Adoption||September 2566||October 2566||defeated|
|National Education Reformation||September 2566||October 2566||passed|
|Smoking Laws||September 2566||October 2566||passed|
|Rakkas Morality Issues||September 2566||October 2566||defeated|
|Justice Legislation Amendments||September 2566||October 2566||passed|
|Space Administration||September 2566||October 2566||passed|
|National Welfare Reform||September 2566||October 2566||passed|
|Liberal Individualism Act||September 2566||October 2566||defeated|
|Infrastructure Administration & Policy||September 2566||October 2566||passed|
|National Economics Management Adjustments||September 2566||October 2566||passed|
|Budget Proposal (A) (2566)||September 2566||October 2566||passed|
|Taxation Proposal (A) (2566)||September 2566||October 2566||passed|
|Hemelism Bill: Secularism - Education||September 2566||September 2566||defeated|
|Hemelism Bill: Secularism - Appointments||September 2566||September 2566||passed|
|Hemelism Bill: Secularism - Freedom of Worship||September 2566||September 2566||defeated|
|Hemelism Bill: Secularism - Promotion||August 2566||October 2566||defeated|
|JPC - Nomenclature Initiative||October 2565||November 2566||defeated|
|JPC - Judiciary Initiative s.2||October 2565||November 2565||passed|
|JPC - Judiciary Initiative||October 2565||November 2565||defeated|
|JPC - Oligarchic initiative||October 2565||November 2565||defeated|
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