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Malivia in Action ![?]

This page contains information about the Malivia in Action !.

Details

User[?]: René Raimundo

Nation[?]: Federal Republic of Malivia

Seats[?] in Parliament of Malivia[?]: 96

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

Malivia in Action!

Malivia in Action is a popular association that wants to turn Malivia into an egalitarian and modern country.

Its objectives are to achieve broad agreements on the most important issues in which all political parties are present as plebiscite of a constitutional reform, center the agenda of the government on international politics and divide the powers of the presidency into 2 people.

Constitutional reform:
- Protection of the LGTBIQ + collective
- Recognition of the right to self-determination
- Article on Artificial Intelligence.
- Clarification of the state model of our country
- Environmental Protection
- Include the Covenant on Gender Equality in the constitution

Other promises:
- Organization of a referendum on self-determination in Bhulkhandra
- Renewal of public bodies.
- Reduction of the number of parliamentarians to 100 seats (1% of the votes are needed to enter).
- Change the name of Bhulkhandra to Republic of Bhulkhandra
- Establish a new mechanism for the election of local governments through motions in parliament (OCC: This proposal must be discussed, since it is simply roll play).

 Bjørnar Moxnes & Assumpta Ó Caside

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Power for the People

Power for the People is a political party founded after the merger of unions of social and communist organizations, Marxist and anarchist that together have formed this organization that defends mainly the values ​​of democratic socialism, of anarchism, of extremist ecology, of the the right of self-determination of peoples, the abolition of social classes and strong internationalism.

Our ideology: https://8values.github.io/results.html?e=92.7&d=70.2&g=73.1&s=83.3

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PCA is a participatory platform, in which everyone can participate.
+ Our goal is to reform institutions and the constitution.
+ End corruption in Malivia.
+ Improve the individual rights of the working class and the middle class, and of the consumers.
+ Improve public services.
+ Make government more efficient.
+ Work for sustainability and clean energy.
+ Betting on a common political and monetary union for the entire Artanian Union.
+ Promote small businesses and support entrepreneurs.

Our ideology: https://8values.github.io/results.html?e=74.4&d=80.3&g=74.2&s=77.2

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristhighperfect
Civil Rightsrestrictive-leaningmoderateperfect
Ecologyskeptic-leaninglimitedperfect
Foreign Relationsisolationist-leaninglimitedperfect
Government Responsibilitiesmoderate big governmenthighperfect
Marketconvinced regulatorhighperfect
Militarymoderate pacifistmoderateperfect
Moralityconvinced progressivelimitedperfect
Religionconvinced secularmoderateperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
September 433935,15563,334,4050.06+0.0606000.00+0
September 43438,472,33660,666,23513.97+13.918760014.50+87
September 434712,353,49464,927,50219.03+5.0611760019.50+30
September 435118,699,83166,019,57428.32+9.3017260028.67+55
September 43555,683,02566,114,3048.60-19.73657508.67-107
September 43597,850,21665,950,36911.90+3.319075012.00+25
September 43637,315,32265,109,80211.24-0.678675011.47-4
September 43676,595,14365,851,23610.02-1.227675010.13-10
September 43716,528,80961,143,05710.68+0.668175010.80+5
September 437518,210,83866,337,92527.45+16.7720875027.73+127
September 43798,368,77962,773,61513.33-14.1210175013.47-107
November 438015,977,63662,817,26825.44+12.1013150026.20+30
November 438410,630,98967,281,72915.80-9.637950015.80-52
October 43866,399,18563,016,41810.15-5.655050010.00-29
October 43908,174,94060,805,31413.44+3.296550013.00+15
October 43945,288,10462,402,2728.47-4.97405008.00-25
October 43989,256,25258,894,97315.72+7.247750015.40+37
October 44026,813,99257,431,48811.86-3.855650011.20-21
November 44048,129,21855,710,33914.59+2.737350014.60+17
November 44086,579,87055,035,03011.96-2.646050012.00-13
November 44107,473,26154,125,09713.81+1.857050014.00+10
November 44146,376,37159,676,47410.68-3.125150010.20-19
November 44184,232,06856,040,1137.55-3.13365007.20-15
April 44205,851,42450,912,96511.49+3.945650011.20+20
April 442412,727,27561,571,40920.67+9.1810250020.40+46
April 442810,764,18859,708,08918.03-2.649150018.20-11
April 44328,858,83555,701,38915.90-2.127750015.40-14
April 443618,972,28464,040,44629.63+13.7215150030.20+74
April 443817,726,04160,503,93229.30-0.3322075029.33+69
April 44407,467,75962,486,57011.95-17.358775011.60-133
April 44425,319,34962,443,8108.52-3.43637508.40-24
April 44442,416,73950,796,4774.76-3.76357504.67-28
April 44465,570,37763,305,7778.80+4.04647508.53+29
April 44489,494,64762,911,40315.09+6.2911075014.67+46
April 44505,407,83439,889,86613.56-1.5410375013.73-7
April 44528,302,12360,157,74913.80+0.2410275013.60-1
April 44547,684,03163,240,80212.15-1.659075012.00-12
April 44568,716,72561,942,38914.07+1.9210575014.00+15
April 44589,886,92661,133,78016.17+2.1011775015.60+12
April 44604,692,58948,839,4299.61-6.56697509.20-48
April 446265,85265,526,9010.10-9.5107500.00-69
April 446411,165,69561,853,01118.05+17.9513775018.27+137
April 44668,470,47962,210,17713.62-4.4410575014.00-32
April 44688,093,96161,573,90113.15-0.4710175013.47-4
April 44708,598,20357,175,99015.04+1.8911475015.20+13
April 44728,522,12460,207,41214.15-0.8810875014.40-6
April 44745,100,93848,452,24410.53-3.638175010.80-27
April 447611,688,61059,687,46219.58+9.0614975019.87+68
April 447810,663,10763,662,53216.75-2.8312875017.07-21
April 44813,211,29964,152,2895.01-11.74347004.86-94
April 44848,738,12060,627,26214.41+9.419970014.14+65
April 44878,563,31360,883,59614.07-0.3510070014.29+1
April 44909,442,23861,031,36315.47+1.4111070015.71+10
April 449313,517,98656,338,94223.99+8.5217870025.43+68
April 44968,851,30252,173,26116.97-7.0313070018.57-48
March 449910,631,17943,665,78024.35+7.3818370026.14+53
March 450212,390,44163,676,20219.46-4.8913670019.43-47
April 45034,427,80264,450,6776.87-12.59477006.71-89
April 45064,775,42765,016,2987.34+0.47507007.14+3
April 45094,564,80266,401,7116.87-0.47457006.43-5
April 45127,954,99364,714,69412.29+5.428570012.14+40
April 45156,095,03462,011,8579.83-2.46677009.57-18
March 45177,161,24155,010,13613.02+3.199670013.71+29

Relative Graph

This graph shows the percentage of seats the party achieved in each election, relative to its maximum.

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

This graph shows the share of seats the party achieved in each election in the entire legislature, together with the share of other parties.

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 Malivia in Action !.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
InternationalismApril 4519May 4519abstainvoting
Cabinet Proposal of December 4518December 4518December 4518abstaindefeatedabstained
Call for early elections, December 4518December 4518December 4518abstaindefeatedabstained
Rearment?November 4517September 4518abstaindefeatedabstained
Cabinet Proposal of November 4517November 4517November 4517abstaindefeatedabstained
Call for early elections, February 4517February 4517February 4517yespassedwon
Proposal to request a Self-Determination Referendum for the Bhulkhandra region on August 19, 4518.August 4516 debate
Proposal to request a Self-Determination Referendum for the Bhulkhandra region on August 19, 4518.August 4516 debate
Security CouncilMay 4516May 4516yespassedwon
Cabinet Proposal of February 4516February 4516February 4516yesdefeatedlost
The Election ActNovember 4515November 4515nodefeatedwon
Cooperation between Industries and SectorsJanuary 4515September 4515nodefeatedwon
Budget proposal of January 4515January 4515September 4515nodefeatedwon
Cabinet Proposal of August 4514August 4514September 4514yesdefeatedlost
VATAugust 4514August 4514abstainpassedabstained
Budget proposal of February 4514February 4514February 4514yespassedwon
Income tax proposal of February 4514February 4514February 4514yespassedwon
Cabinet Proposal of February 4514February 4514February 4514yesdefeatedlost
Cabinet Proposal of March 4513March 4513March 4513abstaindefeatedabstained
Cabinet Proposal of August 4512August 4512August 4512abstaindefeatedabstained

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