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Moderate Libertarian Party (NoCoalition)[?]

This page contains information about the Moderate Libertarian Party (NoCoalition).

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: paraquat99

Nation[?]: Demokratische Republik Aloria

Seats[?] in Senedd (Senate) Senatus[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

Founded: 2377, First Elected: 2381*****ALORIA\'s oldest political party!

MLP PLATFORM
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Statement of Purpose: The Moderate Libertarian Party\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s (MLP) goal is committed to maintaining a federal system, where the national budget is kept under control and individual liberties flourish. The MLP stands for the abolition of all victimless crime laws and the implementation of regular checks on both governmental and corporate power.

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MLP PLATFORM
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Issues Positions:

CENTRALIZATION: Federalist. National government holds expressed powers (Maintaining a military, regulating international trade; coining/printing money); states hold reserved powers (Conducting elections; establishing local governments). Both share concurrent powers (implementing taxes; maintaining/operating courts; making/enforcing laws).

CIVIL RIGHTS: In favor of civil rights legislation regarding the equal protection under law regarding an individual\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s gender, race, ethnicity, beliefs, sexual orientation, immigration status, socioeconomic status, mental condition, age, height, weight, geographic location and education level.

FOREIGN RELATIONS: Against all foreign \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"entanglements\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" in regards to military interactions. Peace is best achieve through trade not terror. Not isolationist but against placing foreign troops in nations except during times of war. Believe in a lean and efficient military budget focused on domestic defense and not \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"alliance intervention\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\".

GOVERNMENT RESPONSIBILITY: The government is responsible for 5 main things: 1) Maintaining order (police and fire); 2) Providing basic services (roads); 3) Resolving domestic conflicts (the courts); 4) Promoting democratic values (elections and voting); and 5) Providing for the general welfare (sidewalks and healthcare coverage for the infirm).

MARKET: Pro free and fair market. Anti-corporate (including farm) subsidies/welfare. Most barriers to free trade should be abolished. End the \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"war\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" on illicit drugs, consentual adult sexualty, gambling/games of chance, and birth control/contraception/abortion. Streamline the immigration/naturalization process for all law-abiding peoples. Responsible trade creates wealth, jobs and stability.

MORALITY: The government should not be expected to promote morality. Morality is an individual definition that one uses to gauge their opinions and actions. The government should neither support nor restrict the free exercise of faith/spirituality, unless it causes a direct threat to public health and welfare (human sacrifice, poisionous snake-handling by minors, etc.). Abolish all \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"blue\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" laws, \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"sin\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" taxes and \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"morality\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" codes.

RELIGION: There should be no state religion or religion the state gives preference towards. Religion is the exercise of individuals, not government. A respectful separation of church and state should be maintained for the benefit of both religion and government.

Party history:

1. Founded (2377)
2. First elected to office (2381)
3. Independent (2381-2531)
4. 1st MLP/CU Conservative Alliance (2531-2565)
5. Independent (2565-2571)
6. MLP-Libertarian Socialist Party merger (2571-2574)
7. Libertarian Socalist faction leaves MLP (2574)
8. MLP-Nihilist Party merger (2574-2576)
9. Nihlist Party expelled from MLP (2576)
10. Independent (2576-2579)
11. MLP/CU 2nd Conservative Alliance (2579-2585)
12. MLP/CU \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"Conservative Coalition\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" formed/3rd Alliance (2585-2619)
13. Independent (2619-2638)
14. MLP/Anti-Federalist Party merger (2638-2655)
15. MLP joins then leaves CAPCOA captialist coalition (2557-2561)
16. Party disbands (2682)

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristmoderateperfect
Civil Rightsrestrictive-leaningmoderateperfect
Ecologymoderate skeptichighperfect
Foreign Relationsisolationist-leaningmoderateperfect
Government Responsibilitiesconvinced small governmentclose to noneperfect
Marketregulator-leaninglimitedperfect
Militarymoderate pacifisthighperfect
Moralitymoderate progressivemoderateperfect
Religionmoderate secularmoderateperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
April 23771,611,57459,292,3782.72+2.72156002.50+15
April 23802,029,47258,026,5683.50+0.78196003.17+4
July 23812,562,57555,759,0124.60+1.10266004.33+7
March 238514,488,49363,102,21022.96+18.3613860023.00+112
March 238811,251,61359,501,61618.91-4.0511360018.83-25
March 239110,657,88060,379,75417.65-1.2610560017.50-8
March 239413,280,97658,615,98922.66+5.0113560022.50+30
March 239715,377,96366,264,96523.21+0.5514060023.33+5
March 240016,223,09467,260,87524.12+0.9114660024.33+6
March 240319,476,83965,577,79829.70+5.5818160030.17+35
March 240621,092,58169,153,19030.50+0.8018760031.17+6
March 240913,287,29467,583,69219.66-10.8411960019.83-68
August 241210,478,67766,712,11115.71-3.959660016.00-23
August 241510,320,62162,413,86516.54+0.8310260017.00+6
August 24189,212,78666,322,65513.89-2.648560014.17-17
August 24219,529,71265,834,04414.48+0.588760014.50+2
August 24247,377,87772,104,97210.23-4.246060010.00-27
August 242716,392,95570,955,27423.10+12.8714160023.50+81
August 243017,930,52974,238,90924.15+1.0514660024.33+5
August 243316,697,99570,772,97023.59-0.5614460024.00-2
August 243620,278,11972,281,92528.05+4.4617260028.67+28
August 243917,083,71576,234,78822.41-5.6413760022.83-35
August 244217,855,79574,059,12724.11+1.7014760024.50+10
August 244513,877,20769,826,98719.87-4.2412160020.17-26
August 244823,840,47180,362,69629.67+9.7918160030.17+60
October 245019,997,48669,866,27928.62-1.0417660029.33-5
October 245326,737,78672,814,99136.72+8.1022460037.33+48
October 245626,229,46374,741,64835.09-1.6324970035.57+25
October 245922,183,80375,069,43729.55-5.5420870029.71-41
October 246221,810,25777,465,12728.15-1.4020070028.57-8
October 246518,719,61881,482,83522.97-5.1816470023.43-36
October 246815,230,74580,421,64018.94-4.0413670019.43-28
October 247115,801,57679,999,53119.75+0.8114170020.14+5
October 247418,571,31979,075,48823.49+3.7316970024.14+28
October 247724,909,14481,318,93630.63+7.1522070031.43+51
July 248029,089,01284,493,09434.43+3.8024970035.57+29
February 248129,183,22084,926,13234.36-0.0624570035.00-4
February 248433,270,49188,719,11737.50+3.1427070038.57+25
February 248733,876,39387,855,45138.56+1.0627670039.43+6
February 249031,372,41484,718,67537.03-1.5326570037.86-11
February 249321,446,68087,449,81024.52-12.5117470024.86-91
February 249622,649,95587,148,19625.99+1.4718770026.71+13
February 249926,296,17090,878,39028.94+2.9520770029.57+20
February 250230,450,40593,256,59432.65+3.7223170033.00+24
February 250531,578,53694,123,52233.55+0.9023870034.00+7
February 250825,581,93891,612,13427.92-5.6319770028.14-41
February 251125,780,40790,561,11128.47+0.5420370029.00+6
February 251427,277,47893,665,72729.12+0.6522175029.47+18
February 251731,249,85895,884,48932.59+3.4724975033.20+28
February 252028,584,91693,105,91130.70-1.8923475031.20-15
February 252325,183,50189,199,39028.23-2.4721775028.93-17
February 252629,895,89091,304,10132.74+4.5124975033.20+32
February 252923,392,26092,009,24225.42-7.3219575026.00-54
February 253225,270,150100,193,29925.22-0.2019175025.47-4
February 253524,938,32294,661,09326.34+1.1220275026.93+11
February 253821,700,63888,956,15424.39-1.9519075025.33-12
August 254120,766,49294,074,86622.07-2.3216975022.53-21
February 254537,373,401100,402,35237.22+15.1528375037.73+114
July 254738,903,309103,960,54937.42+0.2028575038.00+2
January 255128,923,124103,816,88627.86-9.5621275028.27-73
July 255422,594,346100,610,66722.46-5.4016975022.53-43
May 255729,207,004102,204,18428.58+6.1221675028.80+47
December 255831,279,331104,430,26529.95+1.3822675030.13+10
December 255929,132,48694,729,09130.75+0.8023575031.33+9
December 256134,989,176100,038,96634.98+4.2226475035.20+29
June 256521,407,239103,647,53520.65-14.3216075021.33-104
December 256813,650,903104,425,30613.07-7.5810275013.60-58
June 257216,789,039105,452,20815.92+2.8512275016.27+20
September 257314,762,307103,105,97014.32-1.6010975014.53-13
March 257713,120,94597,233,94013.49-0.8210575014.00-4
September 258015,389,744105,914,24714.53+1.0411275014.93+7
November 258316,322,903110,077,65714.83+0.3011075014.67-2
December 258315,102,207107,974,63513.99-0.8410775014.27-3
June 258717,741,648105,575,25116.80+2.8212775016.93+20
December 259025,583,229120,861,94321.17+4.3616075021.33+33
June 259428,189,109122,796,00422.96+1.7917375023.07+13
December 259725,993,853123,738,01321.01-1.9515975021.20-14
June 260129,470,222126,770,11123.25+2.2417575023.33+16
December 260429,061,035126,743,57022.93-0.3217275022.93-3
June 260823,545,495121,940,62219.31-3.6214575019.33-27
December 261127,111,240122,267,71922.17+2.8616775022.27+22
June 261545,295,337122,749,51036.90+14.7327875037.07+111
December 261862,605,601133,096,24047.04+10.1435775047.60+79
December 261938,410,453131,369,02629.24-17.8022275029.60-135
March 262045,798,210129,475,20335.37+6.1326875035.73+46
September 262330,155,144125,270,31024.07-11.3018575024.67-83
March 262533,490,621130,245,56825.71+1.6419775026.27+12
March 262940,488,847135,984,04729.77+4.0622575030.00+28
March 263330,279,885132,223,48522.90-6.8717375023.07-52
March 263538,163,112137,431,11427.77+4.8720975027.87+36
January 263731,067,425125,250,20224.80-2.9618975025.20-20
January 264136,808,301127,622,10828.84+4.0421975029.20+30
January 264522,613,505131,820,18317.15-11.6912975017.20-90
June 264923,929,388122,777,68819.49+2.3414875019.73+19
June 265319,695,460127,866,45315.40-4.0911575015.33-33
June 265719,280,271126,609,19715.23-0.1711675015.47+1
November 265825,448,499137,162,69018.55+3.3313975018.53+23
April 266029,924,952131,219,48322.81+4.2516975022.53+30
April 266420,014,547141,028,90514.19-8.6110875014.40-61
April 266817,927,040145,967,32812.28-1.919375012.40-15
April 267214,276,132146,832,9979.72-2.56737509.73-20
April 267610,526,304154,748,2956.80-2.92507506.67-23
April 268016,143,329151,060,40410.69+3.888075010.67+30
April 26847,464,799146,455,5905.10-5.59377504.93-43
January 300660,362,428363,739,48516.59+11.5010865016.62+71

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Election History

Absolute Graph

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Election History

National Graph

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Legislation

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Legislative Agenda

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Voting Record

This is the voting[?] record of the Moderate Libertarian Party (NoCoalition).

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Education ReformMay 4187May 4187voting
Welfare Reform Act IIMay 4187May 4187voting
Healtcare Reform Act IIMay 4187May 4187voting
Budget proposal of May 4187May 4187May 4187voting
Income tax proposal of May 4187May 4187May 4187voting
Governmen - Private Companies Space Exploration Bill (GPCSE)December 4186April 4187voting
Ratification of the Artanian Union (AU)November 4186November 4186voting
Cabinet Proposal of November 4186November 4186November 4186passed
Food safety actOctober 4186November 4186voting
Social Reformation BillSeptember 4186October 4186defeated
Call for early elections, September 4186September 4186September 4186passed
Budget proposal of September 4186September 4186September 4186passed
Ecological Sustainability BillJuly 4186October 4186defeated
AND ReligionMay 4186November 4186voting
Ratification of the Artanian Intergovernmental Association Treaty (AIGAT)May 4186November 4186voting
The National Strategy for Progressive Development of EducationMarch 4186November 4186voting
Call for early elections, February 4186February 4186February 4186defeated
Foreign Relations BillDecember 4185December 4185defeated
Ratification of the International Free Trade AccordDecember 4185December 4185passed
Ratification of the Official Establishment of Embassies and Consulates in Zardugal TreatyDecember 4185December 4185passed

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