Revolutionary Movement of the Maroons[?]
This page contains information about the Revolutionary Movement of the Maroons.
This party is inactive.
|A movement founded by Marcus Locke in June of 2551 which aims to give absolute power to the state in private and public life for the benefit of the nation as a whole. Locke's own booklet, "The Maroon Manifesto" sparked the creation of the movement.|
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Civil Rights||moderate restrictive||high||perfect|
|Foreign Relations||isolationist-leaning||close to none||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||small government-leaning||high||perfect|
|Morality||conservative-leaning||close to none||perfect|
This party is a member of the following organizations:
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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 Revolutionary Movement of the Maroons.
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