Workers and Unemployed Action[?]
This page contains information about the Workers and Unemployed Action.
This party is inactive.
|Workers and Unemployed Action is a political party based around the need for action to give back to the workers of Mordusia and to make sure that unemployment can never take a hold of our communities. Equality goes hand in hand with a Mordusia which is filled with prosperity and happiness and that's why we want everybody to be equal in our society, regardless of race, gender, religion or sexuality. All people should be allowed to express themselves freely and so should be allowed to take a hold of their own gender identity.|
Our belief is that the government should regulate industries such as health care and schooling so as to combat the incoming inequalities both socially and economically in Mordusia. Action must be taken NOW. We are not a political party which will not get involved, we will help the workers of Mordusia and the unemployed and take action when it is needed, not when the Congress chooses.
Workers and Unemployed Action chooses to take up no seats in committees or Cabinets because we consider ourselves an independent entity to Congress. We believe that the people hold all power in Mordusia, not large politicians.
We believe that Congress should be working for the people rather than for political gains.
Leader - Ian Plai
Founded - May 4280
Political Beliefs - Far-left
Slogan - "Action for Tomorrow"
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Civil Rights||moderate permissive||excellent||perfect|
|Foreign Relations||moderate internationalist||limited||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||moderate big government||excellent||perfect|
This party is a member of the following organizations:
- International Labour Movement
- Parties Against Hunting Endangered Animals
- World Peace Society
- 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 Workers and Unemployed Action.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|Cabinet Proposal of October 4532||October 4532||October 4532||passed|
|Cloning act||September 4532||September 4532||voting|
|Call for early elections, February 4532||February 4532||February 4532||passed|
|Prostitution Act||February 4532||debate|
|Worker Empowerment Act||February 4532||debate|
|Ratification of the Declaration of Kanjor Neutrality||October 4531||October 4531||passed|
|Paramilitaries act||September 4531||September 4531||passed|
|Call for early elections, January 4531||January 4531||January 4531||defeated|
|Industrial hemp act||March 4530||March 4530||defeated|
|Alcohol beverage act||March 4530||March 4530||defeated|
|Post Offices act||February 4530||February 4530||defeated|
|Protection of the Children Act||February 4529||September 4529||defeated|
|Call for early elections, February 4529||February 4529||February 4529||passed|
|GM||August 4528||March 4529||passed|
|Criminal voting act||August 4528||March 4529||passed|
|Homosexuality in the Military Reform Act||July 4528||July 4528||defeated|
|Forests||October 4527||October 4527||defeated|
|National TV station||August 4527||August 4527||defeated|
|Identity Card Reform Act||May 4527||October 4527||defeated|
|Homosexuality in military||February 4527||February 4527||defeated|
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