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Ma'avak[?]

This page contains information about the Ma'avak.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: JudenX

Nation[?]: רפובליקת יידיש של ביתנו (Yeudish Republic of Beiteynu)

Seats[?] in Knesset[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

***Ma'avak***
In the year of 2328, nearly two decades since the Pontesians first invaded the sacred Motherland of Beiteynu, the then General of the Resistance Lavi Ben-Tzvi authorised the use of 'any means necessary';

"From dust they came and to dust they go, ours is the heavens, yours is the worms."

Today, over a century later, the Ma'avak movement can largely be summed up in the same way. Spawned in the post-JPF anarchy and fuelled by the fury of Moshe Ne'eman Ma'avak soon grew to the largest entity of the Beiteynu Resistance Committee. After struggling through fifty years of occupation it forced the Pntek from the Homeland and restored Beiteynu to its former glory.

Now, as the chosen people of G-d once again find themselves under the claws of the eastern devils and under threat from the crusades of the north the movement and its political representation is just as relevant as it always was. Burnt into the hearts and minds of all those of the struggle is that this is the Promised Land and this is our home;

Seven Mehozot.
One Homeland.

Components;
* Miflega shel-HaMa'avak (Party of the Struggle) - Political Wing
* Lohamei Herut Kahina (Freedom Fighters of Kahina) - Paramilitary Organisation
* Agudat shel-HaYehudit HaMa'avak (Union of the Jewish Struggle) - Trade Union Federation

***Lohamei Herut Kahina***
The Ma'avak movement was initially formed as a clandestine paramilitary group that has existed since the time of the Second Jewish Homeland. Yet it was not until 2309 that it entered into the political world and the paramilitary/political split was created. Today the largest armed wing of the party is known as Lohamei Herut Kahina (Freedom Fighters of Kahina) and works in conjunction with the Knesset wing. Kahina Point plays enormous importance to the Ma'avak movement, representing the home of Moshe Ne'eman the founder of the modern party as well as many other prominent party members. It was the seizure of Kahina by Pontesians that first spawned the creation of an organised resistance to the occupation and the formation of the Beiteynu Resistance Committee, therefore to Ma'avak members and other Jewish nationalists the city stands as important as Birahteynu, the capital, and Yishalem, built on the remains of old Bira. As such a common slogan of the resistance is one of;

Kahina shall not fall again!

***Ma'avak shel-HaEmunim (Moledet)***
The current resistance movement to the Peace Accord with Pontesi and the sacrifice of Beiteynuese land has been organised under the title of the Struggle of the Faithful. The term originates from HaLeumit Tikvah, a group run by the former Mizrachi Ligat of Beiteynu but currently operating in neighbouring Barmenistan to free the people there from the tyrannical atheism that has been so prominent in recent governments. As such the current operation in Beiteynu is often referred to as the Struggle of the Faithful (Homeland) to differentiate it from the operation in Barmenistan. It was under this banner that the Ma'avak movement returned to the Knesset announcing its arrival with the following declaration;

While we lay drinking at the cup of servitude,
While we let our people suffer, our culture be raped, our Homeland destroyed,
While we were happy to ignore,
While we were content to pretend it did not exist,
While we enjoyed the material benefits,
They fought.

They fought the computers, the atheists, the murderers,
They destroyed the towers of sin,
They brought immorality crashing to the ground.

We shall fight too. We shall fight again.

Our land, our people, our faith,
Diplomacy has failed,
All we have is the Torah and the sword.

Mehoz HaDarom falls, Mehoz HaTzafon and Havot Dandrael will be next,
The Promised Land will be ours.

Kahina shall not fall again!

***Leadership History***
(Unless otherwise stated the party was run under the Ma'avak name)

* First Political Incarnation;
- Moshe Ne'eman
- Daniel Shkolnik (served as HoG)
- Tuvya Menachem - Reshima Demokratit le-Shalom
- Yechezkel Sheetrit - Ma'avak Hadasha (served as HoG)
- Yay Yhapht Yisrles - Ma'avak Hadasha (served as HoS)

* Second Political Incarnation;
- Moshe X

* Third Political Incarnation;
- Efraim Lezeyn - Aymam (see note) (served as HoS)
- Delshad Kandelcukier - Aymam (served as HoS)
- Raziela Aharoni - Mifleget HaAvoda HaDemokratit (Democratic Labour Party)
- Avidan Matusevitch

* Fourth Political Incarnation
- Elyah Eliashiv
- Josef Nehushtan (served as HoG)
- Tamir Kirschenbaum (served as HoS)
- Joel Smashnova (served as HoG)
- Yaffe Melech ben-Matusevitch (served as HoS)

Note: Aymam was an acronym for Agudat Yehudit shel-HaMa'avak le-HaAretz HaMuvtachat (Jewish Union of the Struggle for the Promised Land)

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristhighperfect
Civil Rightsextreme restrictivehighperfect
Ecologymoderate skepticmoderateperfect
Foreign Relationsextreme isolationisthighperfect
Government Responsibilitiessmall government-leaninghighperfect
Marketconvinced regulatorhighperfect
Militaryconvinced militaristmoderateperfect
Moralityconvinced conservativehighperfect
Religionmoderate religioushighperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
October 231416,284,37053,179,30330.62+30.6211839130.18+118
October 231711,848,43854,960,06221.56-9.068339121.23-35
October 23209,190,73850,515,82918.19-3.367239118.41-11
October 23235,513,50547,551,38211.59-6.604539111.51-27
October 23267,088,30543,295,17016.37+4.786339116.11+18
October 232911,445,71641,565,60827.54+11.1610339126.34+40
October 233210,092,21043,803,26723.04-4.508739022.31-16
October 233512,340,31242,687,01428.91+5.8711139028.46+24
October 233813,078,74442,671,45330.65+1.7412039030.77+9
October 23419,959,04832,797,80730.36-0.2812139031.03+1
October 234412,008,88241,686,94528.81-1.5611339028.97-8
October 234711,762,75947,124,58024.96-3.859939025.38-14
August 234913,043,86447,271,83127.59+2.6310839027.69+9
February 235210,996,24155,667,64619.75-7.847639019.49-32
March 235411,655,89534,966,17233.33+13.5813239033.85+56
March 235715,930,24963,586,05725.05-8.289739024.87-35
January 235915,981,29348,348,49033.05+8.0012839032.82+31
May 236032,384,36756,815,78657.00+23.9421739055.64+89
May 236327,001,09058,101,47846.47-10.5311124046.25-106
May 236627,468,29158,533,85546.93+0.4511124046.25+0
May 236822,102,35849,341,63044.79-2.1310724044.58-4
March 237069,689,31169,843,50999.78+54.98240240100.00+133
March 237618,665,76065,600,34428.45-71.33228027.50-218
August 241926,849,92776,356,69135.16+6.715415534.84+32
December 244522,187,79385,479,16925.96-9.212810028.00-26
December 244714,378,80093,000,35615.46-10.503724015.42+9
January 244816,003,72392,529,80017.30+1.834024016.67+3
September 245015,643,11485,713,12918.25+0.954424018.33+4
September 245413,894,20988,376,60815.72-2.533824015.83-6
September 245815,252,56787,966,12217.34+1.624024016.67+2
September 246213,890,14386,015,84316.15-1.193924016.25-1
September 246613,412,17280,635,35216.63+0.483924016.25+0
September 247012,111,05698,462,09612.30-4.332824011.67-11
February 24726,732,84995,374,5207.06-5.24223606.11-6
October 24727,142,03497,781,1107.30+0.24243606.67+2
March 24766,681,46693,438,0677.15-0.15243606.67+0
May 24785,468,87992,351,9955.92-1.23193605.28-5
February 24795,453,40591,881,6155.94+0.01203605.56+1
October 24806,279,04892,820,7876.76+0.83233606.39+3
October 24839,583,16289,699,59510.68+3.923736010.28+14
October 24869,637,59888,965,64010.83+0.153936010.83+2
October 250729,911,384108,105,30027.67+16.8411240028.00+73
January 251017,487,466104,532,75516.73-10.946740016.75-45
December 251114,969,345111,665,57913.41-3.325240013.00-15
March 25149,953,391110,445,8399.01-4.39354008.75-17
March 25197,833,136106,399,8337.36-1.65294007.25-6
March 252410,942,15293,074,88011.76+4.394740011.75+18
March 25299,618,11780,969,14511.88+0.124740011.75+0
March 253220,278,86397,706,64420.75+8.888440021.00+37
March 253720,824,288107,453,03319.38-1.377840019.50-6
July 254015,658,60093,448,49116.76-2.626740016.75-11
July 254522,733,32287,350,32726.03+9.2710540026.25+38
November 254521,171,26769,083,76030.65+4.6212240030.50+17
November 255026,487,660120,460,96221.99-8.668840022.00-34
May 255333,022,638128,843,94725.63+3.6410340025.75+15
June 255627,977,712119,821,05823.35-2.289340023.25-10
June 256122,377,803107,553,83820.81-2.548540021.25-8
June 256623,995,476116,760,52120.55-0.268340020.75-2
August 256828,838,724111,615,39625.84+5.2910340025.75+20
June 257029,920,444117,217,86625.53-0.3110140025.25-2
June 257522,955,371100,001,17722.96-2.579140022.75-10
January 257823,190,126108,303,81321.41-1.548540021.25-6
January 258323,925,345132,314,20918.08-3.337140017.75-14
July 258421,607,397122,661,73117.62-0.474124017.08-30
July 258924,231,202135,455,14617.89+0.274424018.33+3
July 259430,097,570137,508,60421.89+4.005224021.67+8

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

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Legislative Agenda

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Voting Record

This is the voting[?] record of the Ma'avak.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Conservative AgendaJune 4275June 4275defeated
Conservative Agenda 2June 4275 debate
Ratification of the Recognition of the Central Majatran Confederation (Kalopia)'s Permanent NeutralityApril 4273 debate
RP:State of emergency: Full mobilizationSeptember 4272 debate
Ratification of the Beiteynu-Kafuristan friendship treatyMay 4272May 4272passed
Ratification of the Terran Association of Free Trade (TERRASSOFT)May 4270May 4271passed
The Workers Rights ActMay 4270 debate
Registrating Easening BillMarch 4270March 4271passed
General Visibility BillMarch 4270August 4270defeated
The Universal Voting Act of 4269December 4269June 4270defeated
Ratification of the Pontesi-Beiteynu treatyNovember 4269August 4270passed
Ratification of the International Rejection of Security Council and Condemnation of Malivian Fatherland Front 4264November 4268September 4269passed
Designating an official "Yeudish Workers Day"June 4268June 4270defeated
The Fair Wages ActJune 4268June 4270defeated
Ratification of the Saridan And Beiteynu Military Arms Deal (SABMAD)November 4267September 4268passed
Ratification of the Baofluz Peace AccordsNovember 4267 debate
Ratification of the Anti Globalist Alliance (AGA)February 4263March 4263passed
RP-Law: World Congress Contribution ActDecember 4262March 4263passed
Ratification of the Sanctions on IstaliaDecember 4262December 4262passed
Call for early elections, May 4261May 4261May 4261passed

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