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Social Liberal Party[?]

This page contains information about the Social Liberal Party.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: Lankiveil

Nation[?]: Poblacht na Kirlawa (Republic of Kirlawa)

Seats[?] in General Assembly - Tionól Ginearálta[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

The Social Liberal party (formerly the Independent Liberal Party) is a center-left party that advocates small government and personal freedoms.

Party Chairman
2436 - 2453: Carraig Franklinn
2453 - 2460: Ciaran de Galway
2470 - 2475: Chalice Tek
2475 - 2486: Bethany Petherick
2486 - 2489: Phillip McKell
2489 - 2504: Aoife U Leathlaobhair
2504 - 2512: James Bage
2512 - 2513: Louise Cavanagh
2513 - 2515: Padraig Franklinn
2515 - present: Mirtn Breislein

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationunitarist-leaningclose to noneperfect
Civil Rightspermissive-leaninglimitedperfect
Ecologyskeptic-leaningmoderateperfect
Foreign Relationsmoderate internationalistlimitedperfect
Government Responsibilitiesmoderate small governmentlimitedperfect
Marketmoderate laissez-fairelimitedperfect
Militarymoderate militaristclose to noneperfect
Moralitymoderate progressivelimitedperfect
Religionmoderate secularlimitedperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
September 243757,23797,034,2100.06+0.0601000.00+0
September 24408,661,59191,771,3029.44+9.3881008.00+8
May 24448,761,802100,436,5448.72-0.7181008.00+0
December 244610,901,719105,145,74310.37+1.647471710.32+66
December 244911,642,336106,660,46810.92+0.557871710.88+4
December 245210,891,798103,709,72710.50-0.417471710.32-4
December 245526,660,285104,016,97825.63+15.1318571725.80+111
December 245835,139,463109,841,24131.99+6.3623171732.22+46
July 246014,470,691101,402,95314.27-17.7210271714.23-129
February 24728,581,42294,347,3189.10-5.17647178.93-38
August 24759,799,232104,354,2699.39+0.29667179.21+2
February 247913,666,187111,681,52712.24+2.858671711.99+20
August 248214,100,234108,560,79012.99+0.759171712.69+5
February 248614,815,851104,935,58814.12+1.1310171714.09+10
August 248911,193,182110,603,34510.12-4.007371710.18-28
February 249312,819,967117,738,58910.89+0.777971711.02+6
February 249616,150,582107,014,52315.09+4.2011471715.90+35
March 249820,208,334115,545,83717.49+2.4012571717.43+11
September 250122,482,864117,414,84319.15+1.6613771719.11+12
March 250516,437,452124,067,80513.25-5.909471713.11-43
September 250817,182,779122,981,86513.97+0.7210271714.23+8
March 251217,148,063124,850,99913.73-0.2410171714.09-1
September 251512,594,847116,681,15410.79-2.947971711.02-22
March 251910,888,934124,581,0508.74-2.05627178.65-17
September 252210,289,451120,752,0748.52-0.22637178.79+1
March 252610,509,913121,293,9988.66+0.14647178.93+1
July 36507,896,01760,902,19312.97+4.309271712.83+28
January 36548,855,50060,271,73314.69+1.7310571714.64+13
July 36579,688,91561,011,05315.88+1.1911471715.90+9
January 366111,980,72757,716,29920.76+4.8814971720.78+35
July 366417,988,13361,842,47229.09+8.3321071729.29+61
January 366815,448,66060,563,88725.51-3.5818171725.24-29
July 36719,840,07260,358,84516.30-9.2111971716.60-62
January 36758,760,14065,018,49713.47-2.839771713.53-22
July 36782,768,56359,723,8424.64-8.84337174.60-64
January 36828,269,03156,247,46314.70+10.0710771714.92+74

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 Social Liberal Party.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Labour Party Visibility BillJanuary 4288January 4288voting
The Morality Visibility BillAugust 4287August 4287defeated
The ISP, TV, and Radio BillAugust 4287August 4287defeated
The Strike BillAugust 4287August 4287defeated
Education Reform BillAugust 4287August 4287defeated
The Secular State BillAugust 4287August 4287defeated
Healthcare ReformJuly 4286July 4286passed
Schools ReformJuly 4286July 4286passed
Internationalist Visibility BillJune 4285June 4285defeated
Religion Visibility BillDecember 4280December 4280defeated
Military Visibility BillDecember 4278December 4278defeated
IVFJune 4277June 4277passed
MonopoliesSeptember 4275September 4275defeated
Deregulation of Homeless SheltersSeptember 4275September 4275defeated
Immigration and Permanent ResidenceSeptember 4275September 4275passed
Illegal AliensDecember 4274December 4274passed
Privatisation of EducationDecember 4274December 4274defeated
Subsidisation of TuitionDecember 4274December 4274defeated
Visibility 4271January 4271April 4271defeated
Pacifist BillDecember 4268December 4268defeated

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