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New Baltusia Movement[?]

This page contains information about the New Baltusia Movement.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: Blue32

Nation[?]: United States of Baltusia

Seats[?] in Congress[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

Chairwoman: Cynthia Salvatore 4329-4331- (Lost election due to reformists faction gaining majority on EC Vote was 13-7 against)

Celeste Moon 4331-Current (Elected by EC by 18-2)

Vice Chair: Victor Devereux 4329-4331 (Appointed by Salvatore)
Anabelle Knight 4331-Current (Appointed by Moon)

Finance Director: Joanna Devereux 4330-4331
Jeffery Gibson 4331-Current

National Field Director: Carol Fielding 4331

Congressional Legislative Liaison: Sean Bellows 4331-

The New Baltusia Movement was founded by the party’s executive committee, which is made up of twenty-one elected delegates representing each city of each region of the nation. The other position is filled by the Chairman of the party who is elected to a four-year term by the Executive Committee. The Vice-Chair is appointed by the Chairman and helps control day to day operations of the party including staffing, but does not hold a seat on the committee. The current party platform was approved in 4330 by the committee by unanimous approval and is to be reviewed after the next internal elections.
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-The party supports traditional free market approach, with regulation of the economy in certain areas.

-The party believes in local or small government ideology instead of a big government, however, we do not take an all-out private sector approach as others do.

-The party supports an aggressive and powerful military and agenda, along with a well-funded budget.

-The party supports the death penalty, and tough on crime approach along with providing an adequate justice budget to fund special specific task forces and better-equipped police forces.

- We support a balanced budget amendment and require all budgets to ensure a healthy surplus, we support lower taxes but will not support drastic cuts or deficit spending to fund tax cuts.

-We reject most regulation regarding science and technology believing the government is best suited to be a helpful partner and provide minimal oversight

-We do not believe in a religious state nor do we support a totally secular state instead we put forth a moderate secular agenda.

-We are strong supporters of civil rights and believe the government should not intervene in any way at times

-We support a strong and healthy environment along with a healthy economy. The nation’s natural resources and wonders should always be protected to ensure generations to come have them and provide healthy tourism sector.

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationunitarist-leaningexcellentperfect
Civil Rightsrestrictive-leaningexcellentperfect
Ecologyskeptic-leaningmoderateperfect
Foreign Relationsmoderate internationalisthighperfect
Government Responsibilitiessmall government-leaningexcellentperfect
Marketregulator-leaningexcellentperfect
Militarymoderate militaristhighperfect
Moralityprogressive-leaningexcellentperfect
Religionmoderate secularmoderateperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
December 433010,282,06662,705,01716.40+16.409860016.33+98
March 43345,905,72365,674,8058.99-7.41546009.00-44
February 43354,585,48364,193,4077.14-1.85416006.83-13
February 43395,679,01564,107,6698.86+1.72536008.83+12
February 43436,284,58162,536,75010.05+1.19576009.50+4
June 434512,908,78554,387,25923.73+13.6914160023.50+84

Relative Graph

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Election History

Absolute Graph

This graph shows the percentage of seats the party achieved in each election in the entire legislature.

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 New Baltusia Movement.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Minimum Basic Income (MBI) Act of 4498November 4498November 4498voting
Adoption of a new National AnthemNovember 4498 debate
Education Reform ActOctober 4497October 4497defeated
Religious Taxation ActOctober 4497October 4497passed
Healthcare Act of 4497 (Clean Streets Act)August 4497September 4497defeated
Ratification of the Baltusia-Lourenne Free Trade AgreementOctober 4496October 4496passed
Progressive Reforms of 4495October 4495October 4495defeated
Ratification of the Baltusia-Lourenne Free Trade AgreementOctober 4495October 4495defeated
Foreign Policy Reform Act of 4494November 4494November 4494passed
Civil Liberties Reform Act of 4494November 4494November 4494passed
Common Sense Firearm Reform Act of 4494November 4494November 4494defeated
Film and Library Regulatory Act of 4494November 4494November 4494defeated
Repel of the Public Ownership ActSeptember 4494September 4494passed
Welfare and Pension Reform Act of 4494.September 4494September 4494passed
Public Control ActNovember 4493November 4493passed
Free Display of Faith ActSeptember 4493September 4493defeated
Right to Work ActSeptember 4493September 4493defeated
Anti-Bill: ReligionSeptember 4493September 4493defeated
Anti-Bill: EcologySeptember 4493September 4493passed
National Guard and Service ActSeptember 4493September 4493defeated

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