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Maroon Party[?]

This page contains information about the Maroon Party.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: Maroon

Nation[?]: Dorvische Republik

Seats[?] in Staatsrat (State Council)[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

We a party dedicated to sensible, moderate, and restrained government. Our political views are best described as moderately libertarian.

Our Platform:
- We believe that, any issue that can be left to local government and affects no other localities, should be left to local government simply because the national government can potentially do much more harm than any local government and only a little more good; the most local government is the individual, a government of one.
- We believe that an individual's civil rights and liberties are necessary checks on the government; and that only in the most extreme circumstances can the ends justify the means.
- We believe that excessive pollution is a prime example of market failure and are willing to step in to correct it, but we also believe that environmental concerns must be balanced against concerns of economic growth and freedom, and that, when possible, market-based incentives such as property rights and the auctioning of pollution rights are the most desirable solutions.
- We believe that it is not our role to dictate the domestic policies of other nations, but we do support a loose immigration policy and genuine free trade.
- We believe that if a problem can be solved through the voluntary interaction of the private sector, it is best solved there, and that the role of the coercive government should be limited as a last resort, to areas that the private sector is inadequate, priding ourselves as a genuine party of small government.
- We believe that, nine times out of ten, the market is the most efficient mechanism for allocating goods, and that the role of the government in the economy is to provision public goods, ensure a framework of honest trade, and correct for market externalities.
- We believe in a well-funded, but defense-oriented, military. We oppose conscription under any conditions, and believe in generous pay for soldiers and pensions and benefits for veterans.
- We believe that morality is an issue for the individual conscience, and that the role of the government is to provide a framework in which all individuals are allowed to live according to their own values, in short, a person's right to swing his arm only ends at his neighbor's nose.
- We believe that religion has a positive role to play in society when it is separate from the corrupting influence of politics, and thus support a loose separation of church and state.
- We remain committed to the principles of republicanism and the rule of law, in order to maximize individual rights as well as the ability of people to participate in the civic sphere.

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristmoderateperfect
Civil Rightsconvinced permissivemoderateperfect
Ecologyskeptic-leaninglimitedperfect
Foreign Relationsinternationalist-leaninglimitedperfect
Government Responsibilitiesconvinced small governmentmoderateperfect
Marketregulator-leaningmoderateperfect
Militarypacifist-leaninglimitedperfect
Moralityconvinced progressivemoderateperfect
Religionconvinced secularmoderateperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
August 20802,353,28416,861,38713.96+13.961510015.00+15
August 20831,963,20816,706,12911.75-2.211310013.00-2
August 20861,577,97316,073,5209.82-1.931110011.00-2
August 20892,564,29616,140,44515.89+6.071810018.00+7
August 20912,721,22315,623,23517.42+1.531810018.00+0
August 20933,736,02418,751,34019.92+2.512110021.00+3
January 20962,590,90121,395,28012.11-7.812720013.50+6
January 20992,627,58720,906,73912.57+0.462720013.50+0
November 21002,707,00719,747,91313.71+1.142920014.50+2
November 21032,296,85316,459,01313.95+0.252920014.50+0
November 21062,291,91714,050,04516.31+2.363420017.00+5
November 21095,208,79222,683,57822.96+6.654720023.50+13
November 21123,800,09319,262,55619.73-3.234120020.50-6
November 21154,711,78320,127,43323.41+3.684820024.00+7
November 21182,628,83322,671,38311.60-11.812620013.00-22
November 21213,174,63520,792,59215.27+3.673120015.50+5
November 2124360,30321,123,9231.71-13.5622001.00-29
November 21273,628,07122,024,73916.47+14.773320016.50+31
November 21304,131,54321,045,11219.63+3.164020020.00+7
November 21333,294,07922,701,46314.51-5.123020015.00-10
June 21353,788,32523,158,58216.36+1.853220016.00+2
September 21363,767,23824,132,47815.61-0.753220016.00+0
September 21393,067,54123,871,61412.85-2.762520012.50-7
May 21422,660,09026,490,15610.04-2.812020010.00-5
November 21452,712,73022,324,33712.15+2.112520012.50+5
November 21481,847,13924,918,3907.41-4.74142007.00-11
November 21511,713,56325,568,1366.70-0.71122006.00-2
May 21552,173,91625,817,9108.42+1.72162008.00+4
May 21582,747,27429,968,0359.17+0.75182009.00+2
June 21582,821,03629,793,6389.47+0.30182009.00+0
July 21582,478,55729,894,1878.29-1.18162008.00-2
July 21612,550,25630,816,6028.28-0.02162008.00+0
October 21643,052,63130,312,94910.07+1.79192009.50+3
October 21673,301,00930,104,94910.97+0.892220011.00+3
December 21683,225,90229,820,90910.82-0.152220011.00+0
December 21713,060,92828,049,62910.91+0.092120010.50-1
December 21743,138,05027,850,57411.27+0.352320011.50+2
December 21773,965,70827,756,07914.29+3.022920014.50+6
December 21804,017,34128,347,08114.17-0.122920014.50+0
December 21835,262,91630,166,68817.45+3.273420017.00+5
December 21864,784,33332,965,29514.51-2.932920014.50-5
January 21905,161,47534,804,60714.83+0.323020015.00+1
January 21935,275,24335,019,07415.06+0.233120015.50+1
January 21965,176,32535,299,89014.66-0.402820014.00-3
January 21994,711,67731,027,48115.19+0.523020015.00+2
January 22024,468,00832,634,33313.69-1.492820014.00-2
May 22044,615,65133,000,62513.99+0.302719913.57-1
May 22074,223,40832,780,87912.88-1.102619913.07-1
April 22084,783,96033,742,52914.18+1.292919914.57+3
April 22113,761,79635,545,84510.58-3.592219911.06-7
April 22143,857,20836,991,43810.43-0.16191999.55-3
April 22174,216,62236,819,44611.45+1.022219911.06+3
April 22204,374,71736,484,45411.99+0.542419912.06+2
April 22234,196,67536,759,71111.42-0.572219911.06-2
May 22245,215,50035,578,37714.66+3.242919914.57+7
May 22275,055,46435,789,82414.13-0.532719913.57-2
May 22305,858,07138,171,34515.35+1.223119915.58+4
December 22315,958,27638,410,09315.51+0.173219916.08+1
December 22345,783,56739,221,52714.75-0.772919914.57-3
December 22375,357,09637,211,21414.40-0.352919914.57+0
December 22404,891,45137,668,70212.99-1.412619913.07-3
December 22434,858,55140,074,83512.12-0.862219911.06-4
December 22466,576,75642,415,75115.51+3.383019915.08+8
December 22497,173,81343,746,78816.40+0.893219916.08+2
December 22527,137,41143,675,88216.34-0.063119915.58-1
December 22555,621,61741,173,84113.65-2.692619913.07-5
December 22585,396,37440,981,95713.17-0.492519912.56-1

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 Maroon Party.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Law on the Remuneration of MinistersSeptember 4500September 4500voting
Law on Corporate TaxationSeptember 4500September 4500voting
Budget proposal of September 4500September 4500September 4500voting
Law on Classified Information and State SecretsSeptember 4500September 4500voting
RP: Arms Sale to New Endralon, Kizenia and Kuzaki (September, 4500)September 4500September 4500voting
Law on the Support of the World Congress Security Council (Addendum)October 4499October 4499passed
OOC: Consent for Dovani Axis WarOctober 4499October 4499passed
Law on the Support of the World Congress Security CouncilOctober 4499October 4499passed
RP: Sanctions and Diplomatic Protocols Against Utari MosirMarch 4498March 4498passed
NT-04: Wartime Service ReformSeptember 4497September 4497defeated
NT-03: Education Equality BillSeptember 4497September 4497passed
NT-02: TOC Federalisation BillSeptember 4497September 4497defeated
NT-01: Public Nudity BillSeptember 4497September 4497passed
RP: Sanctions on Utari MosirApril 4497July 4497passed
Law on Selective SchoolsAugust 4496August 4496defeated
Law on the State Bank of DorvikAugust 4496August 4496defeated
National Education Service Establishment Proposal (4495)June 4495July 4496defeated
Farming Regulation Bill (4495)June 4495July 4496defeated
Banking Reform Bill (4495)June 4495July 4496defeated
Law on Withdrawal from Treaties with DundorfOctober 4493October 4493passed

Random fact: When elections in a country are held, all bills in the voting phase are reset to the debate phase.

Random quote: "I bet their mothers don't love them. Many Trigunian women are so cold. I mean it's a racist hellhole in parts." � Tirza Sommer, Leader of the Pragmatic Party

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