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Normand Pluralist Party[?]

This page contains information about the Normand Pluralist Party.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: Jade

Nation[?]: セコウォの帝国 (Empire of Sekowo)

Seats[?] in セコウォの権威ある上院 (Grand Senate of Sekowo) [?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

The Normand Pluralist Party supports weak central government, extensive devolution, and local and regional rights. They believe that a culturally pluralist society is an idea one.

They also support and defend the rights of Sekowo's nascent Normand population, who have long been neglected.

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationunitarist-leaningexcellentperfect
Civil Rightsrestrictive-leaningexcellentperfect
Ecologyskeptic-leaningexcellentperfect
Foreign Relationsisolationist-leaningexcellentperfect
Government Responsibilitiesmoderate small governmentexcellentperfect
Marketmoderate regulatorexcellentperfect
Militarypacifist-leaningexcellentperfect
Moralityconservative-leaningexcellentperfect
Religionmoderate secularexcellentperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
February 249627,10587,849,9550.03+0.0307500.00+0
February 249910,137,02386,477,24511.72+11.698975011.87+89
February 250211,704,82685,359,24113.71+1.9910375013.73+14
April 250211,365,83484,569,40713.44-0.2710275013.60-1
April 250512,189,48986,461,95614.10+0.6610775014.27+5
April 250811,889,83987,029,88613.66-0.4410375013.73-4
September 251016,814,33795,561,09817.60+3.9313275017.60+29
September 25139,288,78091,015,41510.21-7.397975010.53-53
April 251610,623,86992,621,45211.47+1.268575011.33+6
June 251810,359,34992,980,49211.14-0.338375011.07-2
September 252013,809,50397,712,22514.13+2.9910675014.13+23
September 252310,589,30995,489,73911.09-3.048375011.07-23
September 25269,917,50995,601,30810.37-0.727875010.40-5
September 252910,768,85399,732,11510.80+0.428275010.93+4
September 253214,259,65694,756,90915.05+4.2511575015.33+33
September 253511,688,72994,545,99512.36-2.697660012.67-39
September 25388,080,12596,144,8488.40-3.96506008.33-26
September 25426,611,91284,569,9127.82-0.59476007.83-3
September 25466,204,90887,857,3747.06-0.76436007.17-4
September 255012,705,00894,931,80713.38+6.328260013.67+39
September 255411,647,191103,409,21811.26-2.126960011.50-13
September 25588,399,204106,987,5167.85-3.41476007.83-22
August 256110,060,191107,460,0769.36+1.51576009.50+10
February 256515,778,711103,905,02615.19+5.829260015.33+35
February 256913,614,788110,480,25412.32-2.867360012.17-19
February 25739,951,980108,660,4419.16-3.16566009.33-17
February 257712,309,427112,339,35610.96+1.806860011.33+12
February 258114,400,695112,716,17712.78+1.827660012.67+8
February 258516,105,693115,037,05614.00+1.228360013.83+7
February 258918,251,984117,887,83915.48+1.489460015.67+11
February 259317,555,271118,632,95114.80-0.688960014.83-5
February 259719,495,781122,185,74815.96+1.169660016.00+7
February 260112,014,762126,265,2979.52-6.44566009.33-40
August 260319,252,883123,890,58915.54+6.029360015.50+37
August 260719,137,378128,677,96614.87-0.678960014.83-4
August 261114,000,951130,263,46810.75-4.126460010.67-25
August 261518,283,546124,034,39814.74+3.998760014.50+23
August 261924,852,903125,253,62319.84+5.1011760019.50+30
August 262124,136,252126,412,19919.09-0.7511660019.33-1
August 262518,125,714122,594,37014.79-4.319060015.00-26
August 262922,975,055121,292,80718.94+4.1611560019.17+25
August 263327,029,342137,463,36019.66+0.7211960019.83+4
August 263716,608,346132,230,85612.56-7.107560012.50-44
August 264119,478,005134,288,90414.50+1.948860014.67+13
August 264519,928,557131,441,39015.16+0.669260015.33+4
August 264919,439,454129,675,49714.99-0.179260015.33+0
August 265226,065,802129,968,90120.06+5.0612260020.33+30
December 265519,185,625134,714,20914.24-5.818560014.17-37
December 265910,736,322121,738,5028.82-5.42526008.67-33
April 266115,400,714142,091,08510.84+2.026460010.67+12
April 266513,072,035145,830,0028.96-1.87536008.83-11

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 Normand Pluralist Party.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
4291/002/IP/Civil Rights ReformSeptember 4291September 4291voting
4291/002/IP/ Freedom of Religion BillJuly 4291July 4291voting
Walca Movement - Society RestructureMay 4291May 4291voting
4291/001/ Health Cares ReformJanuary 4291January 4291defeated
4290/002/IP/Civil Rights BillOctober 4290October 4290defeated
4290/001/IP/Foreign Relations BillOctober 4290October 4290defeated
Call for early elections, April 4289April 4289April 4289passed
4289/001/IP/Religion BillMarch 4289September 4289defeated
4208/001/Military BillMarch 4288March 4288defeated
4287/002/IF/Socialist Economic Reform BillSeptember 4287September 4287defeated
Cabinet Proposal of March 4287March 4287March 4287passed
4287/001/IF/Appointing ViceroysMarch 4287March 4287passed
OOC: Cultural Protocols for Sekowo (Updated 4282)March 4287 debate
4286/002/IF/Singular Culture ActNovember 4286November 4286passed
Cabinet Proposal of November 4286November 4286November 4286passed
4286/001/IF/Senate Seating and Voting Reform ActOctober 4286October 4286passed
4284/003/IF/Social Security Contributions ActAugust 4284August 4284passed
4284/002/IF/Second Five Year Plan for National Development (4285-4290)August 4284August 4284passed
4284/001/IF/Local Government Reorganisation ActAugust 4284August 4284passed
OOC: Cultural Protocols for Sekowo (Updated 4282)July 4284November 4284passed

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