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Democratic Socialists

Postby Mageek » Mon Jan 13, 2020 6:45 pm


Light Blue: United Socialist Party
Red: One People Party
Yellow: National Democratic Party
Green: Magekite Islam Party
Dark Blue: Magekites Together Party
Gray: Others

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Major Political Parties

United Socialist Party

By uniting many social democrats, communists and other left-wingers, the United Socialist Party has generally remained the largest party since its founding, but its diversity can make it difficult for them to cooperate or achieve a consensus. Being cautious internationalists, the United Socialist Party advocates for compromise in internal and foreign politics, making them a frequent target of criticism for hardliners from many sides.

One People Party

Radical communists have remained among the USP's most staunch opponents, achieving a sizeable portion of the popular vote. Advocating for fierce interventionism to liberate the oppressed workers of the world, the One People Party calls for armament and for Magekite leadership in international socialist affairs, as well as expanding the role of the state in internal business.

National Democratic Party

While careful to stay politically correct, the NDP pushes for responsible private enterprise to be given a greater share in the Magekite economy, as well as for the reduction of government size and looser restrictions on foreign trade.

Magekite Islam Party

While most of Mageek's population is agnostic or secular, the MIP still enjoys popular sympathy among some groups as it generally advocates for moderate policies and peaceful resolution of conflict.

Magekites Together Party

Nationalistic imperialists seeking to revitalize Magekite culture, assert Magekite economic and political independence, and protect Magekites around the region.

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Corporate Police State

Postby Haeresia » Tue Jan 14, 2020 7:12 am

The Directorate, as the chief governing body of both the state and the Party, enjoys full legislative rights.

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Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Zeganas » Tue Jan 14, 2020 9:24 am

The United Republics of Zeganas has a bicameral legislature. Starting in a few months at the 520 election, there will be a 1624-member chamber of representation instead of 1200 after a change in how the number of legislators was made, each district will be made to be 1/15 the population of our least populous republic. That republic being New Gara.

We elect our members via instant-runoff ranked choice ballots, with 5 ranks (will become 6 starting in the 520 election)

Democratic Socialist Party (dark green) - 496 (41.33%)
United Republican Party (yellow) - 358 (29.83%)
Social Democratic Party (red) - 213 (17.75%)
Liberty Party (purple) - 80 (6.67%)
Green Party (light green) - 24 (2%)
Independents (black) - 16 (1.33%)
Conservative Party (blue) - 13 (1.08%)

Democratic Socialist Party (dark green) - 36
Social Democratic Party (red) - 10
United Republican Party (yellow) - 17
Liberty Party (purple) - 8
Conservative Party (blue) - 4
Independents (black) - 2
Green Party (light green) - 1

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Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Thermodolia » Tue Jan 14, 2020 10:16 am

The 44th Federal Parliament (10 August, 2020-26 August, 2021)

The Federal Parliament is a bicameral legislature made up of the Federal Senate and National Assembly. The Federal Senate is elected by two round vote and has 74 senators. While the National Assembly is elected by IRV in 552 single member districts.


Majority: United Center Coalition (44 Seats)
New Centrists (GF) 2 Seats
United Thermodolia (GT) 41 Seats
Thermodolian Nationalist (TG) 1 Seat

Main Opposition: Left Libertarian Coalition (26 Seats)
Socialist Alliance (ŒA) 1 Seat
Greens (G) 3 Seats
Democratic Socialists (GŒ) 19 Seats
Christian Action Party (ČŒP) 1 Seat
Libertarian Alliance (LA) 2 Seats

Opposition: Traditional Coalition (3 Seats)
Christian-Conservative (ČC) 3 Seats

Opposition: Non-Aligned (1 Seat)
Independent Sorraca (GS) 1 Seat


Government: Left Libertarian Coalition (292 Seats)
Socialist Alliance (ŒA) 13 Seats
Greens (G) 7 Seats
Democratic Socialists (GŒ) 210 Seats
Territorial Representation Party (GGP) 10 Seats
Christian Action Party (ČŒP) 2 Seats
Libertarian Alliance (LA) 50 Seats

Main Opposition: United Center Coalition (236 Seats)
New Centrists (GF) 25 Seats
United Thermodolia (GT) 190 Seats
Reform (R) 6 Seats
Thermodolian Nationalist (TG) 15 Seats

Opposition: Traditional Coalition (19 Seats)
Christian-Conservative (ČC) 11 Seats
Traditionalists (F) 3 Seats
Thermodolian Corporate Party (TČP) 1 Seat
Prohibition Party (ÆP) 1 Seat
Catholic Nationalist Party (ČGP) 3 Seats

Opposition: Non-Aligned (5 Seats)
Independent Sorraca (GS) 5 Seats
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Psychotic Dictatorship

Postby Ivory Coasts » Tue Jan 14, 2020 11:22 am

Under the Ivorian Constitution, the Imperial is structured as a unicameral legislature, with the de jure power to legislate, oversee the operations of the government, the supreme court, the supreme procuratorate and the central military commission, and elect the major officers of state. Western media sources commonly describe the Imperial Court as a de facto rubber stamping body although at the turn of the century some academics have asserted that the Imperial Court had then begun to emerge as an influential force in Ivorian politics. The Imperial Court had never rejected a government bill until 1986, during the Bankruptcy Law proceedings, wherein a revised bill was passed in the same session. An outright rejection without a revised version being passed occurred in 2000 when a Highway Law was rejected, the first occurrence in sixty years of history. Moreover in 2015, the NPC refused to pass a package of bills proposed by the Imperial Privy Council, insisting that each bill require a separate vote and revision process. In recent years, the Imperial Court has made significant changes to draft legislation proposed by the government, and it is possible for legislation to be stalled by interest groups of political controversy.


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