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Alleanza Nazionale per l'Impero[?]

This page contains information about the Alleanza Nazionale per l'Impero.

Details

User[?]: Xandre

Nation[?]: Impero Istaliano (Istalia)

Seats[?] in Assemblea Nazionale dell'Impero[?]: 98

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

The National Alliance for the Empire, born in 4572 from the Coalition for the Democratic Cooperation, as electoral and parliamentary alliance to promote and defend the idea of Militant Democratic Empire in Istalia.

Over time, the ANI from being a big-tent party focused only in the defending of the imperial reform, became close to progressive policies in the field of the civil rights and to liberal and pro-business policies on the economic field but without deny the essential public services to the citizens (health care, public education, welfare services, etc...)

Logo of the ANI: https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/particracy/images/e/e6/ANI_Logo.png/revision/latest?cb=20190520221845

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The Coalition for the Democratic Cooperation was the previous denomination of the ANI and was founded as an alliance of parties led by Glory and Rebirth just before the election of 4561 to create an anti-fascist front to contrast the Nationalistic Workers Party and to defend the Militant Democracy which General Appiano De Borromei and its party were building.

Within the Coalition for the Democratic Cooperation there were the following parties:
- Glory and Rebirth
- Social Democratic Alliance of Istalia
- New Liberals
- Istalian Majatran Movement
- Guard of Democracy
- Libertarian Alliance (Glory and Freedom + Libertarian Party)

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Gloria e Rinascita (Glory and Rebirth), incorporated since 4561 into the Coaltion for the Democratic Cooperation, was the political party founded by high ranks of the Armed Forces and politicians persecuted by the thallerist regimes led by the charismatic Aerial Squadron General Michele Appiano De Borromei, son of the anti-thallerist rebel leader Giulio Appiano De Borromei, and who in 4571 was declared Emperor of the Istalians.

The party criticized the Republic restored after the Thallerist Revolution for its weakness, for failing to restore order and prosperity to the Istalian people, for the inability to escape from the deep crisis in which the country has fallen since the end of the previous century.

Furthermore, the party was firmly convinced that the misfortunes of the last 70 years of Istalia's life have been caused by an anti-Istalian conspiracy plotted by the enemies of the country. This, united to a strong ethical suprematism, considering the Istalian society and ethics as superior towards all other countries and peoples, pushed the party on quite anti-immigration policies.

The party was also strongly anti-communist as well as anti-thallerist and if in the economic and civil sphere it supported very liberal policies, considered as policies that have made the country great in the past and that are better adapted to the nature of the istalians, in the political sphere the party members and supporters were convinced that the crisis that has affected finally also the long-lived, stable and powerful Fifth Republic was indicative of the fact that Istalia had to re-build itself with a system that fiercely and solidly had to defend the country from further crises, hoping for 1000 years of glory, stability and greatness, a system that had to provide a strong and authoritative summit charged first of all to defende the democratic order of the Istalian Nation.

Ministries

This party is part of the national cabinet, and controls the following ministries:

MinistryMinister
Ministry of Internal AffairsSalma Hadaar
Ministry of DefenceLuisa Monteri
Ministry of Health and Social ServicesSalvo Castellani
Ministry of Environment and TourismMurad Al Faud Al Sayyid

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationunitarist-leaninghighperfect
Civil Rightsmoderate permissiveexcellentperfect
Ecologyskeptic-leaningmoderateperfect
Foreign Relationsmoderate internationalistlimitedperfect
Government Responsibilitiesmoderate small governmentexcellentperfect
Marketregulator-leaningexcellentperfect
Militarymoderate militaristmoderateperfect
Moralityconservative-leaningexcellentperfect
Religionmoderate secularexcellentperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
February 455511,716,51711,716,517100.00+100.00125125100.00+125
February 456120,196,99538,852,29251.98-48.0235363555.59+228
February 456712,007,86612,007,866100.00+48.02635635100.00+282
September 45715,019,81436,059,37413.92-86.0811563518.11-520
November 457517,625,10145,464,41238.77+24.8526868139.35+153
January 458027,376,74553,988,17450.71+11.9434968151.25+81
March 458423,707,73960,241,04739.35-11.3526668139.06-83
February 45866,366,00930,118,53721.14-18.2214868121.73-118
April 45906,195,84429,171,09721.24+0.1015368122.47+5
April 45946,069,94528,711,79021.14-0.1014668121.44-7
April 459816,272,53649,889,61232.62+11.4822268132.60+76
April 46023,798,87638,641,5259.83-22.79676819.84-155
April 46062,755,68232,183,5978.56-1.27586818.52-9
August 46103,276,56929,494,38611.11+2.557568111.01+17
August 46149,698,77446,145,86221.02+9.9114068120.56+65
August 46187,105,56651,453,89513.81-7.219068113.22-50
April 46216,502,71047,603,72113.66-0.159068113.22+0
April 46257,366,53354,408,53013.54-0.129568113.95+5
January 46294,755,71055,823,9658.52-5.02536817.78-42
April 46316,687,82451,294,88513.04+4.528468112.33+31
April 46357,971,55051,797,28215.39+2.3510568115.42+21
April 46398,889,50250,867,49217.48+2.0911868117.33+13
May 464213,064,07050,304,38425.97+8.4917368125.40+55
May 464613,027,84551,927,27425.09-0.8816868124.67-5
May 465015,906,31550,161,95831.71+6.6221268131.13+44
May 465420,196,28957,118,65635.36+3.6524668136.12+34
May 46582,706,54541,130,7826.58-28.78446816.46-202
May 46623,070,67030,728,9539.99+3.41686819.99+24
May 466613,662,37756,230,31524.30+14.3016468124.08+96
May 467016,318,80862,474,52926.12+1.8217768125.99+13
May 46742,516,27938,313,5786.57-19.55466816.75-131
May 46782,881,51233,194,8658.68+2.11616818.96+15
February 46802,810,56833,911,7188.29-0.39576818.37-4
February 46847,957,91051,844,51515.35+7.0610068114.68+43
February 468813,317,58655,441,04424.02+8.6716268123.79+62
February 46928,178,93951,973,67115.74-8.2810968116.01-53
February 46964,429,62857,933,9557.65-8.09506817.34-59
February 46999,579,49059,219,96516.18+8.5310868115.86+58
February 47037,118,48460,952,78311.68-4.507868111.45-30
January 47057,861,01657,374,84313.70+2.029368113.66+15
January 47099,904,67260,073,69816.49+2.7911168116.30+18
January 471221,700,75259,751,64536.32+19.8325468137.30+143
January 471612,166,46459,436,43520.47-15.8514468121.15-110
January 47208,462,44558,435,10714.48-5.9910368115.12-41
January 47246,798,94149,279,60113.80-0.699468113.80-9
February 47273,410,62444,203,9227.72-6.08546817.93-40
January 47302,359,48147,329,0924.99-2.73356815.14-19
March 47345,139,43645,707,15011.24+6.268768112.78+52
April 47345,000,49146,771,43010.69-0.558168111.89-6
February 47356,009,02146,935,74612.80+2.119868114.39+17

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 Alleanza Nazionale per l'Impero.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
P.d.I. 04/4738. Reform ActApril 4738May 4738abstainvoting
P.d.I. 04/4738. Delegation ActApril 4738 debate
P.d.l 2/4738: Minimum incomeFebruary 4738February 4738abstainvoting
P.d.l 1/4738: Strikers rightsJanuary 4738January 4738abstainvoting
P.d.l 1/4738: Local powersJanuary 4738January 4738abstainvoting
P.d.I. 04/4727. Women Respect ActApril 4737May 4738abstainvoting
D.d.I. 04/4727. Economy Liberation ActApril 4737April 4738abstainvoting
D.d.I. 04/4737 - Repeal " Socialdemocratic Proposals "ActApril 4737May 4737yesdefeatedlost
D.d.I. 10/4737 Legal Reform ActOctober 4736October 4737abstainvoting
P.d.I 10/4736. Compromise on the ConstitutionOctober 4736 debate
D.d.l. 01/4702 - Allowing & Regulating Scientific ProgressJuly 4736September 4736abstainpassedabstained
P.d.l 7/4736: Military salesJuly 4736July 4736nodefeatedwon
P.d.l 7/4736: Conscientious objectorsJuly 4736July 4736yespassedwon
Pd.l 7/4736: Nobility titlesJuly 4736July 4736nodefeatedwon
Pdl 01/4736 - Socialdemocratic ProposalsJune 4736June 4736nopassedlost
P.d.I 05/4736 Defence ActMay 4736October 4736abstaindefeatedabstained
D.d.I.10/4737 State BudgetApril 4736November 4737yespassedwon
D.d.l. 01/4736 - Withdrawal from Outdated SanctionsJanuary 4736July 4736yespassedwon
P.d.I. 11/4735. Religion Freedom PrincipleNovember 4735April 4736nodefeatedwon
Cabinet of a People's EmpireFebruary 4735March 4735yespassedwon

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