Fraternal Union of Concerned Kinsfolk[?]
This page contains information about the Fraternal Union of Concerned Kinsfolk.
This party is inactive.
|We'll provide a description after someone "gets it." In the mean time, we shall provide ample hints and clues, not to mention a few teasers.|
Um.. We're still a new party so we need to think about our platform a bit, but we're pretty federalist and quite Ulerothi.
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
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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 Fraternal Union of Concerned Kinsfolk.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|Lex autem ripas popularibus regulandam||March 4474||debate|
|Cabinet Proposal of January 4474||January 4474||January 4474||passed|
|Appointment of new judges of the Supreme Court. Period 4474-4494||January 4474||debate|
|Lex Tiburtia de Classibus||January 4474||debate|
|Lex Pro Conscriptio||August 4473||February 4474||voting|
|Lex de Educationem||March 4473||March 4473||defeated|
|Lex Moribus||March 4473||March 4473||passed|
|Lex Sigilia de Aqua Bibens||February 4473||February 4473||passed|
|Lex Sigilia de Nobilitatis||February 4473||February 4473||passed|
|Lex de Carceribus||June 4472||December 4472||defeated|
|Lex de Rei Publica Religio (RP Law)||February 4472||December 4472||defeated|
|Lex Pro Mercatus||September 4471||September 4471||defeated|
|Lex de Princeps Civitatis||July 4471||February 4472||defeated|
|Lex Ianuaria de Religionis Libertate||June 4471||June 4471||passed|
|Lex Pro Patria||March 4471||March 4471||defeated|
|Pure Capitalism Act 4470||July 4470||July 4470||defeated|
|Lex Centralis Banco Dissignatio||May 4470||October 4470||passed|
|Lex Bousaidia de Populi Tribunatu (RP Law)||February 4470||February 4470||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of December 4469||December 4469||December 4469||passed|
|Act perquam liberalis Teubneriana (IV)CDLXVIII||June 4468||June 4468||defeated|
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