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Popular Bloc[?]

This page contains information about the Popular Bloc.

Details

User[?]: Producthius

Nation[?]: United Republic of Mordusia

Seats[?] in People's Assembly[?]: 199

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

The Popular Bloc is a general-left political union founded by Mordusian parties. The PBl is composed of independent, centrist, left-nationalist, social-liberal and socialist parties. The Popular Bloc defends and advocates nationalization, more socialization and public ownership, democracy, more workers' rights, better working conditions, freedom, equality, unity and stands for fair and prosperous economy that are the foundations of a democratic society based on socialism and grass-roots politics. It should serve the interests of the people and the economy.

Leader of the Popular Bloc: Adine Gorgfoque

----Internal structure:
-Leader of the Union Chamber Committee: Adine Gorgfoque
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-Representatives of the Union Chamber Committee: Agusto Prado, Sonia Prado, Mario Negri, George Rozas, Bauptist Moráles, Maurice Ipólito, Sophia Urgeillstone, Anastasia Urgeillstone, Elizabeth Long-Brownell, Alice Collblanc
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-Leader of the Left Youth: Aunerin Bogatell
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-Speaker of the Left Civic Students:
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-Leader of the General Union of Workers (trade union):
Lisa Bellvitge
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-Prado Foundation
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- United Left Civic Movement (campaign otganization - led by Adine Gorgfoque, Alice Collblanc, Mario Negro, Anastasia Urgeillstone, Sophia Urgeillstone, Harry Milton, Andrew Pompeu-Fabra, Elizabeth Long-Brownell, Martí Montjuïc, Aunerin Bogatell)

-Founded: May 4649 as GPA, January 4657 as PU, January 4658 as PB
-Ideologies: Democracy, Radicalism (grass-roots politics), Socialism
-Headquarters: The Worker's Palace (Harbour Avenue 2, Port Alexander)


Ministries

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

MinistryMinister
Ministry of Head of GovernmentAdine Gorgfoque
Ministry of Foreign AffairsAnastasia Urgeillstone
Ministry of Internal AffairsAndrew Pompeu-Fabra
Ministry of FinanceAlice Collblanc
Ministry of DefenceGeorge Aye-Bevan
Ministry of JusticeJohn Platts-Preu
Ministry of Infrastructure and TransportAunerin Bogatell
Ministry of Health and Social ServicesHarry Milton
Ministry of Education and CultureSophia Wellington
Ministry of Science and TechnologyRichard Dawkins
Ministry of Food and AgricultureEleanora Long-Brownell
Ministry of Environment and TourismDorothy Llobraget
Ministry of Trade and IndustryLisa Bellvitge

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristexcellentperfect
Civil Rightsmoderate permissivehighperfect
Ecologyconvinced environmentalistlimitedperfect
Foreign Relationsconvinced internationalistmoderateperfect
Government Responsibilitiesmoderate big governmentexcellentperfect
Marketconvinced regulatorexcellentperfect
Militaryconvinced militaristlimitedperfect
Moralityconservative-leaninghighperfect
Religionsecular-leaningmoderateperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
September 465339,17362,127,7480.06+0.0603600.00+0
September 46572,349,68062,911,8613.73+3.67133603.61+13
September 46613,517,37064,120,5605.49+1.75183605.00+5
September 466512,137,01566,858,55618.15+12.676636018.33+48
September 46696,725,92953,637,21112.54-5.614436012.22-22
October 467110,404,54453,909,02019.30+6.766836018.89+24
August 467414,590,54552,939,25627.56+8.2610036027.78+32
August 467714,228,91350,804,62128.01+0.4510136028.06+1
August 468115,703,65347,623,20132.97+4.9711836032.78+17
August 468519,362,13763,548,31430.47-2.5110936030.28-9
August 468916,638,34460,340,80627.57-2.8910136028.06-8
February 469221,817,39759,744,72136.52+8.9412836035.56+27
February 469445,695,32856,155,49381.37+44.8628336078.61+155
August 469743,083,98757,113,14375.44-5.9426936074.72-14
February 470042,054,78551,985,56380.90+5.4628136078.06+12
February 470443,898,51353,493,37382.06+1.1728136078.06+0
June 470444,358,95854,329,93881.65-0.4227936077.50-2
December 470727,321,15463,193,85343.23-38.4115536043.06-124
December 471126,055,10562,188,17841.90-1.3415336042.50-2
February 471333,751,17059,364,12956.85+14.9619936055.28+46

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 Popular Bloc.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
..May 4716 debate
Ratification of the Treaty of Democratic Industries, Agriculture and Public Ownership II.January 4716 debate
Democratization and Socialization of the Economy Act IV.December 4715January 4716yespassedwon
National Energy Service ActNovember 4715January 4716yespassedwon
National Institute of Houseworkers ActJuly 4715August 4715yespassedwon
Agriculture Farming ActJuly 4715August 4715yespassedwon
Agriculture Reform Bill III.February 4715July 4715yespassedwon
New Towns and Villages Plan Act V.February 4715June 4715yespassedwon
Family Allowance ActJanuary 4715February 4715yespassedwon
Ratification of the Treaty of Democratic Industries & Agriculture and Public OwnershipJuly 4714July 4714yesdefeatedlost
National Economic Transport Service ActJune 4714July 4714yespassedwon
Port Alexander Capital City ActJanuary 4714January 4714yespassedwon
Referendum Vote on Port Alexander Capital City VoteJuly 4713July 4713yespassedwon
New Towns and Villages Plan Act IV.June 4713August 4713yespassedwon
Budget proposal of June 4713June 4713June 4713yespassedwon
PB Radical Democratic Cabinet Proposal of February 4713February 4713February 4713yespassedwon
Call for early elections, January 4713January 4713January 4713yespassedwon
Economic Freedom Act of 4712November 4712 debate
Cabinet Proposal of March 4712March 4712March 4712nodefeatedwon
Cabinet Proposal of February 4712February 4712February 4712yesdefeatedlost

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