Veritan Catholic Church[?]
This page contains information about the Veritan Catholic Church.
This party is inactive.
|The Veritan Catholic Church consists of Catholic Bishops and other church officials whose task it is to seek more influence within Kirlawa's political system and defend the interests of the country's minority Catholics.|
The Veritan Catholic Church is based on biblical norms and catholic dogma. An important encyclical was Rerum Novarum of 1891. In this Pope Leo XIII called for stronger government interference in the economy, while denouncing socialism.
The party is a staunch proponent of a corporatist economy, where employer's organisations, unions and state work together for the common good.
The Veritan Catholic Church wants a strong government control over public morality: Divorce should be limited, the sunday's rest is to be kept, cinemas and theatres should be kept under tight government control, alcohol addiction should be combated.
In international affairs, neutrality is to be advocated, and the nation should be peaceful.
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
|Civil Rights||moderate restrictive||excellent||perfect|
|Foreign Relations||moderate internationalist||high||perfect|
|Government Responsibilities||moderate small government||excellent||perfect|
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You can view the party's proposed bills here.
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This is the voting[?] record of the Veritan Catholic Church.
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