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Solentian People Party[?]

This page contains information about the Solentian People Party.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: Dogfood

Nation[?]: Imārat-i Ahmādī-yi Sahel/Ahmadi Emirate of Solentia (Solentia)

Seats[?] in Loya Jirga (Grand Council)[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

People Party formed in 2481

We believe we can be a party which stands for what the people actually want, the public decides what our policies are and votes for us. A real peoples party!

PEOPLE PARTY BIOGRAPHY
We are one of the most respected parties in Solentia having won the presidency over 10 times and had numerous different presidents and cabinet ministers over this time as well.

The People Party is respected for having prevented two near invasions and wars in Solentia as well as 2 civil wars in other countries and bringing international peace in Terra with their work on diplomacy and treaties all whilst they held the Foreign and Trade Departments.

People Party stands for devolution, delegation, business, countries working together whilst having a strong country ourselves, equality, freedom, rights, a strong and able economy, pro environment and pacifism in the face of war and terror.

Whilst there was a People Party President- the unemployment levels were at an all time low, they have risen without one under different presidents.

The People Party has also fought racism when the Radicalists were in power and supported democracy and Proportional representation when others opposed it.

FACTS AND FIGURES
1. The People Party is the only party to have managed to prevent both civil and national wars.
2. Has held all of the posts in cabinet apart from Finance.
3. Has been a Centre Right Party.
4. Successfully privatised various key public services.
5. Has had 4 different presidents and many leaders.
6. Has had over 15 of its members in cabinet.
7. Is over 400 years old.
8. Formed as a party which opposed the autocratic regime of the Radnats and offered the people their own democratic party which still exists today.

THE TEAM
Leader- John Finberry
Foreign Affairs/Deputy Leader- Baroness Margaret Goldtree
Internal Affairs- Desmond Birdsworth
Finance- Jack Desiree
Defence- Paul Andrews
Justice and Constitution- Dame. Vera Powell
Transport- Sir. Jim White
Health- Dr. Hugh Evans
Education- Baron Gregory Fletcher
Science/Party Chairman- Lady. Jenny Gaffney
Food and Whip- Rev. Karl Parsons
Enivronment- Heidi Johnson
Trade and Industry- Luther Viller

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationmoderate unitaristlimitedperfect
Civil Rightsrestrictive-leaningmoderateperfect
Ecologyconvinced skepticlimitedperfect
Foreign Relationsisolationist-leaninglimitedperfect
Government Responsibilitiesconvinced small governmentmoderateperfect
Marketmoderate laissez-fairemoderateperfect
Militarymoderate militaristlimitedperfect
Moralityprogressive-leaningmoderateperfect
Religionmoderate secularlimitedperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
July 24846,052,585100,655,2546.01+6.01304257.06+30
July 248714,554,31599,425,34814.64+8.636642515.53+36
July 249013,018,129100,775,78012.92-1.725942513.88-7
July 249316,885,969102,900,95616.41+3.496942516.24+10
September 249323,267,071102,028,82722.80+6.3910142523.76+32
September 249614,351,676104,620,33213.72-9.096642515.53-35
September 249911,208,975107,160,97010.46-3.264842511.29-18
September 250219,268,268106,410,70318.11+7.657842518.35+30
September 250520,499,531111,679,06218.36+0.257842518.35+0
September 250820,753,648112,393,49918.47+0.117842518.35+0
September 251123,287,338114,898,81420.27+1.808942520.94+11
September 25147,086,788109,331,2016.48-13.79264256.12-63
August 251612,835,734106,607,38112.04+5.565042511.76+24
July 251814,849,113116,234,24112.78+0.735442512.71+4
February 252127,552,844113,664,85924.24+11.4710442524.47+50
February 252425,259,018106,916,49623.62-0.6210242524.00-2
May 252624,323,419106,677,89622.80-0.829742522.82-5
March 252820,502,727113,753,50918.02-4.787642517.88-21
March 253119,321,320114,606,05616.86-1.167142516.71-5
April 254326,612,574106,330,53125.03+8.1711042525.88+39
April 254625,119,346114,169,03622.00-3.039542522.35-15
April 254917,790,860127,339,62013.97-8.036042514.12-35
April 25526,257,926118,166,6675.30-8.68224255.18-38
April 25556,335,544115,802,8935.47+0.18224255.18+0
April 255818,708,982108,878,22017.18+11.717442517.41+52
April 25616,810,211116,677,8585.84-11.35234255.41-51
July 25628,164,092114,279,6527.14+1.31294256.82+6
July 25656,815,493128,354,4615.31-1.83224255.18-7
July 256819,760,304126,180,19215.66+10.356842516.00+46
July 257117,065,742113,020,92115.10-0.566542515.29-3
July 257412,894,517130,665,0359.87-5.234342510.12-22
December 260922,487,756147,634,91115.23+5.366642515.53+23
December 261221,334,479141,374,88715.09-0.146442515.06-2
December 261522,155,368142,549,18915.54+0.456942516.24+5
December 261819,138,961142,629,61513.42-2.125942513.88-10
December 262132,981,810145,517,94022.67+9.259942523.29+40
December 262427,715,548157,313,07717.62-5.057642517.88-23
December 262731,698,210154,380,14620.53+2.918842520.71+12
June 263029,692,988151,826,46919.56-0.988342519.53-5
March 263218,606,648151,293,57112.30-7.265342512.47-30
March 263516,092,496154,430,27110.42-1.884442510.35-9
January 263713,077,363154,043,9038.49-1.93364258.47-8
January 264018,453,264157,552,40211.71+3.225042511.76+14
March 264120,792,435143,798,08514.46+2.756342514.82+13
March 264427,250,784151,178,75018.03+3.577742518.12+14
March 264724,865,062144,665,95617.19-0.847442517.41-3
March 265024,225,641151,230,36916.02-1.176742515.76-7
March 265322,420,869150,518,38514.90-1.126342514.82-4
March 265627,748,196150,547,10018.43+3.547942518.59+16
March 265927,704,716146,795,84218.87+0.448242519.29+3
March 266219,636,591149,562,70813.13-5.745742513.41-25
March 266522,276,429157,829,82114.11+0.986042514.12+3

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

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 Solentian People Party.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
International NeutralityAugust 5143August 5143passed
Sovereignty ProtectionAugust 5143August 5143passed
Passport PolicyAugust 5143August 5143passed
Ratification of the Perarctic CouncilMay 5143May 5143defeated
Budget proposal of December 5142December 5142December 5142passed
Income tax proposal of December 5142December 5142December 5142passed
Indirect Taxation RevisionDecember 5142December 5142passed
Elected EmirDecember 5142December 5142passed
Reformation of Solentian National Defence ForcesDecember 5142December 5142passed
Implementation of the ShariahMay 5142November 5142passed
Realistic Health Care PoliciesMay 5142November 5142passed
Ahmadi Compliant Economic PracticeJanuary 5139February 5139passed
Further Labour Deregulation BillJanuary 5139January 5139passed
Update to Tribal LawsJanuary 5139January 5139passed
Drones BillJanuary 5139January 5139passed
Arms SalesJanuary 5139January 5139passed
Emirate Reforms PackageJanuary 5139January 5139passed
Woman and Public Places BillAugust 5138December 5138passed
Call for early elections, August 5138August 5138August 5138passed
Archiving OOC: Draft Cultural Protocols of Solentia - Proposal for an update to be confirmed by 5200December 5137June 5156passed

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