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Communist Party of Beluzia and Bailon[?]

This page contains information about the Communist Party of Beluzia and Bailon.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: Marxist Napoleon

Nation[?]: Republic of Beluzia

Seats[?] in Beluzian National Congress[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

The Communist Party of Beluzia and Bailon is a Marxist-Leninist party; with the goal of proletarian revolution and the democratic dictatorship of the proletariat.

The Communist Party of Beluzia and Bailon was founded in April, 2450, in an attempt to wrest power from the bourgeoisie. The Communist Party of Beluzia and Bailon holds that all political power belongs to the proletariat, peasantry, and intelligentsia. Our ideology is based on the ideas of Karl Marx and Vladimir Lenin, but how we put that ideology into practice depends on Beluzian and Bailonian history, culture, and existing material conditions.

The Communist Party of Beluzia and Bailon believes in collectivization of agriculture, and nationalization of vital industries. Small businesses will be allowed to operate in a Socialist Beluzia and Bailon. The Party believes in promoting communal living and sustainable economic development as a solution for global warming and other environmental problems. The Party upholds workers' rights and the right to form independent trade unions. The Party believes in the reorganization of democracy to focus on grassroots soviets and proletarian power. The Party wishes to replace the bourgeois democracy with a democratically-elected group of upstanding socialists, workers, and intellectuals, and change the name of the national legislature to the "National Assembly of People's Power."

After the assassination of the Party's leader, Comrade Chairman Ulianov, and an uneasy peace after the Communist-led Civil War, the Party went underground for a number of years. As of May, 2621, the Party is reorganizing and is ready to rejoin the struggle for democracy and socialism. Due to the Party's past experiences, the Party rejects violent revolution, but promotes the concept of peaceful revolution. Through this strategy, the Party hopes to achieve power via elections, grassroots popular support, influence in trade unions, workers' councils, and people's courts. The working class of Beluzia and Bailon has never been more ready to take back what is theirs.

"Let the ruling classes tremble, at a communist revolution...
the workers of the world have nothing to lose but their chains...
workers of the world, unite!"

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationunitarist-leaninghighperfect
Civil Rightsmoderate permissivehighperfect
Ecologymoderate environmentalistlimitedperfect
Foreign Relationsisolationist-leaninglimitedperfect
Government Responsibilitiesmoderate big governmenthighperfect
Marketconvinced regulatorhighperfect
Militarymoderate pacifistlimitedperfect
Moralitymoderate progressivemoderateperfect
Religionconvinced secularhighperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
July 245067,11984,357,7600.08+0.0807500.00+0
July 245411,127,48882,953,79713.41+13.3310175013.47+101
July 245812,317,09084,829,12014.52+1.1111075014.67+9
July 246211,032,39084,403,46913.07-1.459975013.20-11
July 246619,320,41186,081,07122.44+9.3717075022.67+71
July 247011,874,46587,888,65613.51-8.9310275013.60-68
January 247313,170,83990,907,17714.49+0.9810975014.53+7
January 247722,241,36086,189,17925.81+11.3219475025.87+85
July 248014,134,95093,282,68115.15-10.6511475015.20-80
January 248422,179,67692,758,94823.91+8.7618175024.13+67
July 248714,654,01694,214,46315.55-8.3611775015.60-64
January 249119,083,79495,854,50119.91+4.3615175020.13+34
August 249318,108,42495,634,34918.94-0.9714375019.07-8
March 249418,306,22896,909,92118.89-0.0514275018.93-1
September 249723,812,96096,691,13424.63+5.7418775024.93+45
January 250126,372,56094,722,38527.84+3.2121275028.27+25
July 250414,063,37897,719,15214.39-13.4510975014.53-103
January 250812,530,77198,309,05812.75-1.659575012.67-14
February 250913,346,665100,128,92913.33+0.5810075013.33+5
August 251215,756,22599,957,99215.76+2.4311975015.87+19
July 251314,211,92199,483,34314.29-1.4810775014.27-12
March 251413,381,469100,584,15813.30-0.9810075013.33-7
September 25178,867,852101,107,0128.77-4.53677508.93-33
March 252110,114,668102,368,3679.88+1.117675010.13+9
September 252412,072,450105,418,80511.45+1.578975011.87+13
March 252810,961,162107,111,46710.23-1.228075010.67-9
August 253012,422,672108,807,43811.42+1.188775011.60+7
August 253113,035,131108,982,56111.96+0.549475012.53+7
August 253414,455,665109,389,63613.21+1.2510075013.33+6
February 253813,049,187111,485,73011.70-1.518875011.73-12
August 254112,461,185114,366,74410.90-0.818175010.80-7
February 254213,675,963112,561,55612.15+1.259375012.40+12
August 254510,753,732114,884,8169.36-2.79707509.33-23
February 25499,677,922115,420,0278.38-0.98597507.87-11
November 262430,894,519147,726,68320.91+12.5315875021.07+99
March 262831,402,119146,980,65821.36+0.4516275021.60+4
September 263128,545,217142,636,12920.01-1.3515075020.00-12
March 263529,109,991121,889,35523.88+3.8717975023.87+29

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Election History

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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 Communist Party of Beluzia and Bailon.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Media Reform Act of 4316April 4316April 4316voting
Reform Our For Profit Education System Act of 4316April 4316 debate
Human Rights Charter of 4316March 4316March 4316voting
.March 4316March 4316voting
Paramilitaries Act of 4316March 4316March 4316voting
Government Reform Act of 4316March 4316March 4316voting
Reestablishment of the Unionist PartyMarch 4316 debate
Income tax proposal of September 4315September 4315September 4315defeated
Cabinet Proposal of August 4315August 4315September 4315defeated
idt2 sales tax and Corporation TaxJanuary 4315January 4315passed
Religious Freedom Act 4314May 4314November 4314defeated
Call for early elections, May 4314May 4314 debate
Beluzian RP Code 4314 (do not delete)May 4314 debate
Adulthood BillDecember 4313December 4313defeated
tax proposal of November 4313November 4313November 4313passed
Ratification of the International Military Organization Treaty.November 4313November 4313defeated
OOC/RP: Questions for the President.May 4313November 4314passed
RRP, KWRF, BCP, and Stanton CabinetMay 4313May 4313defeated
RP: Beluzian rp law Codification ActMay 4313May 4313passed
RP: Return of constitutional governance act 4313May 4313May 4313passed

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