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Progress Party—The Greens[?]

This page contains information about the Progress Party—The Greens.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: Taipei3

Nation[?]: United Republic of Kalistan

Seats[?] in National Assembly[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

Progress Party — The Greens
“Together We Can”

Progress Party—The Greens is a party of the progressive centre formed from the union of the Progress Party and the Greens. We reject rigid ideology and dogma and embrace a progressive radical centrism to do what is right for Kalistan.
Our core values-Responsibility, Equality of Opportunity, Liberty, Honesty, Enterprise, Openness, and Hope for the Future - guide every policy decision and allow for a dynamic approach to shaping Kalistan’s future.

Responsibility:
We believe Kalistan should be responsible to present and future generations. To that end, protecting the environment and our shared global ecosystem is a top priority of our party. We believe that investment in research, technology, healthcare, and education is a necessary contribution to the present and future prosperity of the country.

Equality of Opportunity:
We seek to create a fair society in which each individual has an equal opportunity to reach their full potential. We believe the best way to do this is through grassroots democratic engagement, educational opportunities, and protection of society’s most vulnerable.

Liberty:
We believe in liberty and freedom for all. We desire to promote an inclusive society that accepts people of diverse cultures, lifestyles, and religions. Our party embraces democracy, social liberalism, and decentralization as the best way to achieve freedom for all.

Honesty:
We believe in honest, open government that promotes the wellbeing of all in Kalistan. We promise to act with integrity and fight corruption in whatever form it takes. We support federalism and decentralization to regional governments to ensure a more honest government close to the people.

Enterprise:
We support innovators, entrepreneurs, and initiators. We seek to create a society driven by personal initiative, hard work, innovation, and enterprise within the context of a free market economy to drive economic growth and individual prosperity.

Openness:
We believe in a Kalistan that is open to the world and it’s people. We believe in promoting Kalistan as an important member of the global community, engaged in the world economy. We want to promote free trade and democratic partnerships.

Hope for the Future:
We want to not only provide a prosperous present, but to create a future Kalistan can believe in. By investing in our youth’s education, our environment, our global involvement, and freedom for all people, we seek to create a Kalistan of hope and ambition.

Party Leadership:

Leader of the Progress Party—The Greens: Joseph Nguyen (39) (Spokesperson for Foreign Affairs)

Deputy Leader/ Leader of the Greens: Kasra Kiani (57)(Spokesperson for Environment and Tourism

Nikki Snowe (52)- Spokesperson for Finance
Maria Del Santos (31) - Spokesperson for Internal Affairs
Adelaide Yang (28) - Spokesperson for Defense
Leslie Ansel (50) -Spokesperson for Justice (The Greens)
Garret Stevens (32)- Spokesperson for Infrastructure and Transport
Dr. Alistair Woodley (51)- Spokesperson for Health and Social Services
Madeleine Delacroix (49)-Spokesperson for Education and Culture (The Greens)
Joey Marrin (49)- Spokesperson for Science and Technology
Antonio Perez (39)- Spokesperson for Food and Agriculture (The Greens)
Mark White (25)- Spokesperson for Trade and Industry

Mika Adonai (50)- Spokesperson for Seleyan Affairs and Party Representative to the Seleyan Democrats group

Christian Wang (42) - Spokesperson for Devolution and Provincial Affairs (The Greens)

Carlos Yang (36)- Chief Minister of Neveras
Alice Lawrence (51)- Chief Minister of Ananto

Presidential Candidate: Mika Adonai (50)


Women’s Wings and Leaders:
Women for Progress- Riley Villasenor (36)
Green Women- Micah Afshani (25)

Youth Wings and Leaders:
Young Progressives- Hannah Soto (19)
Young Greens- Sanjay Singh (23)

LGBT Wings and Leaders:
LGBT Progress- Jose Villicias (35)
LGBT Greens- Fredric Morris (32)

(Note: Ages are of 4342)

Party History:

Leader:
1. Eric Lawrence (4307- 4322)
2. Jessie Nathan (4322-4330)
3. Kasra Kiani (Interim) (4330)
4. Martina Gonzalez (4330-4341)
5. Kasra Kiani (Interim) (4331-4332)
6. Joseph Nguyen (4332-present)

Deputy Leader:
1. Lindsey Lee (4307- 4323)
2. Lewis Halley (4323-4328)
3. Kasra Kiani (4328-present)

Premiers:
1. Jessie Nathan (4325-4327)
2. Martina Gonzalez (4331–4335) (4337-4339)


Leaders of the Opposition:
1. Eric Lawrence (4317-4321)
2. Martina Gonzalez (4335-4337) (4339-4341)
3. Kasra Kiani (4341-4342)
4. Joseph Nguyen (4342-present)

4307- 4308: Extraparliamentary opposition
4308-4316: opposition
4316-4321: Official Opposition
4321-4322: Junior member of governing coalition (National Conservative Party, Progress Party—The Greens, Kalistan Labour Party)
4322-4325: Junior member of governing coalition (National Conservative Party, Progress Party—The Greens, Kalistan Labour Party, Kalistan Union of Democratic Socialists)
4325-4327: Senior member of government coalition (Progress Party—The Greens, Kalistani Union of Democratic Socialists, Kalistan Labor Party)
4327-4330: opposition
4330-4331: Junior member of government coalition (National Conservative Party, Kalistan Democratic Party, Progress Party—The Greens, Kalistan Labour Party, Kalistani Union of Democratic Socialists).
4331-4335 : Senior member of government coalition (Progress Party—The Greens, National Conservative Party, Kalistan Labour Party, Kalistani Union of Democratic Socialists)
4335-4337: Official Opposition
4337-4339: Member of the Unity Coalition of Kalistan National Front, Progress Party—The Greens, National Conservative Party, and Kalistan Labour Party
4339-present: Official Opposition.

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristhighperfect
Civil Rightsrestrictive-leaninghighperfect
Ecologyskeptic-leaningmoderateperfect
Foreign Relationsextreme internationalistmoderateperfect
Government Responsibilitiesmoderate big governmenthighperfect
Marketconvinced regulatorhighperfect
Militarymoderate pacifistmoderateperfect
Moralityconservative-leaningmoderateperfect
Religionmoderate secularmoderateperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
December 43083,714,71064,262,7015.78+5.78285005.60+28
December 43127,743,61066,211,75211.70+5.915750011.40+29
December 43168,860,47961,767,93614.34+2.657150014.20+14
December 431912,927,92767,923,63919.03+4.699650019.20+25
December 432110,949,99966,568,24116.45-2.588350016.60-13
November 432310,339,54858,460,43217.69+1.248750017.40+4
May 432516,111,62253,800,03129.95+12.2615250030.40+65
May 43288,066,16964,399,48112.53-17.426250012.40-90
May 43297,580,32664,885,17611.68-0.845850011.60-4
October 43319,318,56265,067,99914.32+2.6410875014.40+50
November 43337,049,93465,869,89010.70-3.628075010.67-28
May 43348,642,13363,645,60913.58+2.8810075013.33+20
March 43369,530,66463,269,65515.06+1.4911275014.93+12
May 433818,271,44060,214,10830.34+15.2822775030.27+115
May 434118,135,85664,565,64228.09-2.2621075028.00-17
May 434421,593,95563,494,04534.01+5.9225375033.73+43
May 434718,028,72564,616,91727.90-6.1120675027.47-47
May 435017,653,59860,547,42529.16+1.2621375028.40+7

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 Progress Party—The Greens.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Common Sense Judicial ReformsNovember 4497 debate
Cabinet Proposal of September 4497September 4497September 4497voting
People’s Domain BillJune 4497June 4497voting
Judicial ReformJune 4497June 4497voting
National Assembly Seat Count ProposalDecember 4496June 4497voting
Health-Care ReformDecember 4496June 4497voting
De-Militirisation of Society ProposalDecember 4496June 4497voting
Liberty ActJuly 4496August 4496defeated
Reopening the BordersNovember 4495January 4496passed
Worker’s Rights Restoration ActApril 4495August 4495passed
Resolution: Addressing Kanjori Expropriation of Kalistani PropertyFebruary 4492July 4492passed
Ratification of the Kalistan-Kazulia Free Trade AgreementApril 4491September 4491passed
The legality of duelingJuly 4490July 4490passed
Sales tax on luxury goodsJanuary 4490January 4490defeated
Educational Reforms Act of 4489November 4489January 4492defeated
The government's policy concerning who can proceed with adoptionSeptember 4489September 4489defeated
Removal of the National Salary CapMarch 4489January 4492passed
Change of Capital City ActJanuary 4489January 4489defeated
National Service (Dissolution) ActJanuary 4489January 4489defeated
Low-Income Public Housing ActOctober 4488February 4489passed

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