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Bloc Libéral - Soldats du Kanjor[?]

This page contains information about the Bloc Libéral - Soldats du Kanjor.

This party is inactive.

Details

User[?]: The Sulaco

Nation[?]: La République de Kanjor et La Tondelle

Seats[?] in Assemblée nationale (National Assembly)[?]: 0

Color[?]:

 

Description[?]:

"VERITAS, AEQUITAS!"

BLOC LIBERAL: Fully known as the Soldats du Kanjor- le Bloc Libéral Kanjoran (Soldiers of Kanjor - the Kanjoran Liberal Bloc), The Bloc started as an association of urban liberals, so-called "downtown libertarians", dedicated secularists and members of the armed forces who seek representation for a military agenda.

The BL has become more commonly known as "The Bloc" or "Le Bloc" with its members and supporters usually referred to as "Bellistes" due to the phonetic pronounciation of the party's initials.

The party's agenda has been outlined as the "protection of the social contract for the individual and the citizen" with the term social contract defined as being the government existing as an agreement between the people of Kanjor to protect their rights and liberties provided they do not harm or coerce those of another individual. While it operates on Social Contract Theory, the party's actions might differ in practice to represent its constituents and supporters in the military.

The party was originally chaired by Elsie Lesage, a young and then-relatively inexperienced recent graduate of the Université Métropolitaine in Atyr, and continues to boast candidates with backgrounds in academia or military service. As a result, the party's candidates have been criticized as representing only the "Liberal Elite" or the "military aristocracy" of the Kanjoran Free State.

Today, it is among the oldest liberal forces left in Kanjor. The collapse of the old guard leftists has led to a new, inspired generation of academics and military men and women with the concepts of brotherhood at the core of military theory and leftist movements in Kanjor to shift the party from its old laissez-faire libertarian and neo-liberal position to a liberal position. So much so that it was classified as a party of the downtrodden and "liberal working class" prominent in Yewao Region in recent elections.

This change of the times is represented in the current contest between the old guard government-as-edifice-only libertarian positions of Mme. Weinstein in comparison with the young Sénateur Kennedy who originates from a working class Irish-Kanjoran Catholic Cavaville, Yewao family and who served in the Free State Marines to the rank of Capitaine.

Party chairman and Président: Antoine Boisclair, Général
Current nominee for Chef d'État: Sénateur junior Capt. Robert-Gérald Kennedy

Ministries

This party is not part of the national cabinet.

Political Positions

IdeologyPositionVisibilityCoherency
Centralizationunitarist-leaninglimitedperfect
Civil Rightsmoderate permissivemoderateperfect
Ecologyskeptic-leaningclose to noneperfect
Foreign Relationsisolationist-leaningclose to noneperfect
Government Responsibilitiesmoderate small governmentmoderateperfect
Marketregulator-leaninglimitedperfect
Militaryconvinced militaristclose to noneperfect
Moralitymoderate progressivelimitedperfect
Religionsecular-leaninglimitedperfect

Affiliations

This party is a member of the following organizations:

Election Results

History Table

MonthVotesTotal VotesVotes (%)Votes (%) (+)SeatsTotal SeatsSeats (%)Seats (+)
August 251267,96090,230,9690.08+0.0805000.00+0
August 251513,760,31683,675,89616.44+16.378250016.40+82
August 251814,506,39684,009,04717.27+0.828550017.00+3
August 252110,640,03689,129,79911.94-5.335950011.80-26
August 252411,375,78087,956,08712.93+1.006550013.00+6
August 252711,447,18288,022,23613.00+0.076550013.00+0
August 253013,247,89090,814,52414.59+1.587350014.60+8
August 253315,012,54290,571,62816.58+1.998350016.60+10
September 253416,634,07990,381,83618.40+1.839250018.40+9
September 253716,228,38290,085,64818.01-0.399150018.20-1
September 254017,841,70390,008,19519.82+1.819950019.80+8
September 254316,067,74091,380,14817.58-2.248950017.80-10
September 254615,135,97093,957,16816.11-1.478150016.20-8
September 254918,514,96891,534,21020.23+4.1210150020.20+20
September 255216,562,870100,768,40416.44-3.798450016.80-17
August 255315,956,87997,758,27816.32-0.118450016.80+0
August 255616,464,221100,755,74816.34+0.028250016.40-2
June 255816,921,597101,732,17216.63+0.298450016.80+2
November 256020,575,149104,074,30419.77+3.1410050020.00+16
June 256127,300,108107,095,73825.49+5.7212850025.60+28
June 256421,451,216104,575,87320.51-4.9810250020.40-26
January 256519,851,276100,282,46419.80-0.729950019.80-3
January 256823,312,289102,295,94122.79+2.9911450022.80+15
January 257122,750,729102,860,07322.12-0.6711150022.20-3
January 257424,938,397110,049,08122.66+0.5411250022.40+1
January 257721,073,11795,334,58222.10-0.5611350022.60+1
January 258017,743,28395,015,52618.67-3.439350018.60-20
July 258019,117,09387,184,63321.93+3.2511150022.20+18
November 258126,030,87990,759,44128.68+6.7514950029.80+38
January 258422,685,657102,824,78522.06-6.6211350022.60-36
November 258725,660,100107,742,20023.82+1.7512050024.00+7
November 259014,468,691108,514,26613.33-10.486750013.40-53
January 259324,106,391103,876,46723.21+9.8711650023.20+49
July 259623,008,801105,408,95021.83-1.3811050022.00-6
April 259924,145,945113,077,18321.35-0.4710650021.20-4
April 260219,535,795116,103,18516.83-4.538450016.80-22
January 260520,118,908120,685,56816.67-0.168350016.60-1
March 260715,099,345118,951,71412.69-3.983125012.40-52
February 260818,911,907117,025,50116.16+3.474125016.40+10
April 261028,334,193113,308,92025.01+8.856425025.60+23
April 261327,967,030115,251,43924.27-0.746025024.00-4
April 261623,351,12699,973,91923.36-0.915525022.00-5
April 261934,404,650115,306,47429.84+6.487425029.60+19
September 261951,305,143113,537,01245.19+15.3511025044.00+36
September 262256,548,279115,612,11948.91+3.7212225048.80+12
September 262559,393,823110,067,63653.96+5.0513625054.40+14
September 262848,196,419101,152,26647.65-6.3111725046.80-19
September 263149,435,285103,641,16747.70+0.0511725046.80+0
September 263457,573,693126,796,74845.41-2.2911425045.60-3
September 263745,080,205126,886,16435.53-9.888925035.60-25
September 264072,164,128132,963,64154.27+18.7513425053.60+45
September 2643116,397,640127,581,16891.23+36.9622625090.40+92

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

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Legislative Agenda

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Voting Record

This is the voting[?] record of the Bloc Libéral - Soldats du Kanjor.

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BillCreatedVoting startedVoteBill StatusResult
Justice BillFebruary 4410February 4410voting
Improvement BillFebruary 4410February 4410voting
Cabinet Proposal of January 4410January 4410January 4410passed
Call for early elections, September 4409September 4409September 4409passed
Agriculture Bill 4409July 4409October 4409defeated
Military ModernizationJuly 4409October 4409defeated
Religious Modernization BillJuly 4409October 4409defeated
Healthcare ModernizationJuly 4409October 4409defeated
Firearms BillFebruary 4409October 4409passed
Government Powers ActJuly 4408February 4409defeated
Religious Tax ActJuly 4408July 4408defeated
Cabinet Proposal of April 4406April 4406April 4406passed
Call for early elections, June 4405June 4405January 4406passed
Military BillJune 4405June 4405passed
Economy BillJune 4405June 4405passed
Visibility Bill 1May 4405May 4405defeated
Health BillFebruary 4405March 4405passed
Surrogacy BillOctober 4404March 4405passed
Constitution billFebruary 4404January 4410voting
Religious Ministers BillFebruary 4404September 4404passed

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