National Strength Party[?]
This page contains information about the National Strength Party.
This party is inactive.
|An ultra-right wing party, believes in strong government, strong leader (monarchy if possible) and tough foreign relations.|
current leader Captain Edward Norton comes from a traditionally aristocratic family and would happily rule our nation. Edward Norton was exiled from his homeland of Keymon after alligations of piracy. The good captain maintains that he was always a privateer rather, working for the crown. He sailed his ship, "The Southern Sloop" from Keymon, but bad weather brought him to the Republic of Endralon. He applied for citizenship and used his wealth (plunder) to establish the National Strength Party.
In the March 2455 the National Strength Party won 149 seats, assuming the role of largest party in Parliament. In this term the Party began to look at its long term aims which included the possibility of restoring a monarchy.
July 2487- Captain Edward Norton dies suddenly, his deputy, Rudolph Schwartz assumes leadership.
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
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You can view the party's proposed bills here.
This party has to vote on the following bills:
This is the voting[?] record of the National Strength Party.
|Random fact: Laws outlined in bill descriptions but not specified in game mechanic proposals are known as "role-play laws" or "RP laws" and are recognised under the rules as binding. Constitutional RP laws require a 2/3rds majority, just like game mechanic constitutional laws. Non-constitutional RP laws require a simple majority, just like non-constitutional game mechanic laws.|