This page contains information about the Animal Alliance.
This party is inactive.
|We are a party which believes in the protection of animals and of our environment. We don't want any animal to have to deal with cruelty and we believe that our animals should be free to roam out in the wild, without fear of hunters. We do not want any more fighting anywhere in Terra and believe in a world where everybody is free and happy. We value peace and freedom more than anything, and will stand up for minorities in our society. No person regardless of religion, gender, sexuality or race should ever have to be discriminated against.|
Our agenda is;
>Protection of animals and their habitats 🦁
>Freedom for the people of Hutori 🙊
>Peace within Terra 🦋
>Finding new and innovative ways to fuel our vehicles 💨
>Equality for the people of Hutori 🐛
>Spreading love and kindness 💕
>Keeping religion in our hearts 🌅
>Rights for people to choose their gender identity 🐠
>Legalisation of abortion 🕊
Logo - https://prnt.sc/gm1cqq
Political Ideology - Liberal Environmentalism
Representation in the National Senate of Hutori - 150 seats
Leader - Elizabeth May
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Civil Rights||moderate permissive||excellent||perfect|
|Foreign Relations||extreme internationalist||limited||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||moderate big government||excellent||perfect|
This party is a member of the following organizations:
- International Greens
- Liberal Environmentalists
- Peace Organisation
- Rights for LGBTQ citizens
- International Organization for the Prohibition of Landmines
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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 Animal Alliance.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|Next Term Budget||December 2143||December 2143||defeated|
|Living Wage Law||December 2143||December 2143||passed|
|Sacramental Tax||December 2143||December 2143||defeated|
|Private Defence Industry Permission Act||May 2143||May 2143||defeated|
|Declaration of Hutori's Military Rights||April 2143||April 2143||passed|
|Telamon-Davostan Security Act||April 2143||April 2143||defeated|
|Smaller Government Bill||April 2143||April 2143||defeated|
|Military Stance Amendment Bill||April 2143||April 2143||passed|
|Ratification of the Treaty of Key Mon||April 2143||April 2143||defeated|
|Trademark and Copyright Act||January 2143||January 2143||passed|
|Parliament Redistrubution Act||January 2143||January 2143||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of June 2142||August 2142||August 2142||passed|
|Economic Deregulation Bill||April 2142||April 2142||defeated|
|Defence Industry Amendment Bill||October 2141||October 2141||defeated|
|Ratification of the The Peace Treaty.||August 2141||March 2168||defeated|
|Ratification of the Animal Rights||August 2141||March 2168||defeated|
|Ratification of the United Countries||August 2141||March 2168||defeated|
|Pesticide Regulation Bill||August 2141||August 2141||passed|
|Missionary Registration Bill||August 2141||August 2141||passed|
|Illegal Alien Bill||August 2141||August 2141||passed|
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