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Labour Party of Elizia [NSG Senate]

Postby Labour Party of Elizia » Sun Jun 26, 2016 10:36 pm

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Elizia was built on the backs of its working people. For decades the labour movement has aimed to represent Elizian workers from across all walks of life and ensure they get the rights and treatment they deserve, often in the face of great government resistance. After the end of the old regime, the Labour Party was founded to be a political voice for the labour union movement, devoting ourselves to the advancement of social democratic values. We strive to represent all Elizians and to create a freer and more equal society.

Platform

Economic policy
- The nationalization of vital public utilities, including energy and electricity generation, gas, water, public transport and communications
- The protection and strengthening of trade unions and the development of a strong industrial relations system to ensure worker's rights are defended
- Establishment of a state investment bank, to grant loans to small business and farmers to encourage Elizia's development
- Regulation but not prohibition of foreign investment
- Assistance for Elizian industry through policies aimed at local development
- Encouragement of the establishment of co-operatives
- A progressive tax system


Foreign policy
- Labour is a party of internationalism; we must strive for friendly relations with all our neighbours, while continuing to stand against Chinese military aggression
- This means support for a diplomatic resolution to the tensions in the South China Sea
- Support for ongoing efforts to fight terrorism worldwide
- Elizia should join ASEAN and maintain its membership in the Commonwealth of Nations


Social policy
- The establishment of a universal healthcare system is vital to ensuring the wellbeing of all Elizians
- Free and universal primary and secondary education, including improving literacy and the development of practical skills
- Affordable post-secondary education for all, including vocational schools and universities. A well educated workforce will drive the country forward, and should not be burdened by excessive costs.
- The development of a social welfare system to protect the poor- beginning with unemployment benefits and the construction of publicly owned housing
- Maintenance of reasonable levels of immigration the ensure the jobs of Elizian workers are protected
- Recognizing the religious and ethnic diversity of Elizia, Labour supports anti-discrimination measures in both government and in the workplace, as well as affirmative action for historically persecuted minorities
- Labour accepts the traditional definition of marriage as an important foundation of social cohesion


Environment policy
- Investment in and development of renewable energy for Elizia's future
- Protection of Elizia's natural beauty through heritage and sustainability programs
- Support for a sustainable fishing policy which protects the environment while ensuring local job security


Governmental reform policy
- Prosecution of those involved in the crimes of the former regime and the introduction of stringent anti-corruption measures


Membership

Leadership
- Party Leader The Licentian Isles

Other Members
- Senator Maklohi Vai
- Senator Soviet Canuckistan
- Senator The Symplegades
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Postby Elizia Confederation of Labor » Sun Jun 26, 2016 10:46 pm

Will the Labour Party support the Elizia Confederation of Labor, or side with liberal capitalists and the bosses?
They have taken untold millions that they never toiled to earn,
But without our brain and muscle not a single wheel can turn.
We can break their haughty power, gain our freedom when we learn
That the union makes us strong!

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Postby Beta Test » Sun Jun 26, 2016 11:02 pm

Elizia Confederation of Labor wrote:Will the Labour Party support the Elizia Confederation of Labor, or side with liberal capitalists and the bosses?

The Labour Party supports the union movement before big business.
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Postby Argentarino » Sun Jun 26, 2016 11:21 pm

Count me in as a member.
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Postby Maklohi Vai » Mon Jun 27, 2016 6:33 am

I'm in.
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Postby Arkolon » Mon Jun 27, 2016 9:38 am

Interesting economic policy ;) Good luck.
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Postby The Licentian Isles » Mon Jun 27, 2016 11:09 am

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Postby Beta Test » Tue Jun 28, 2016 6:27 pm

So we need to talk about how we're gonna organize the party. I think a simple three person committee of a Chairperson, Leader and Chief Whip will suffice. It worked in Calaverde for my old party there. I am willing to hear alternative suggestions.
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Postby Argentarino » Tue Jun 28, 2016 9:34 pm

Beta Test wrote:So we need to talk about how we're gonna organize the party. I think a simple three person committee of a Chairperson, Leader and Chief Whip will suffice. It worked in Calaverde for my old party there. I am willing to hear alternative suggestions.

I'm fine with that. Keep it nice and organized, not to mention a bit competitive for those who want to get involved within the Party.
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Postby Maklohi Vai » Wed Jun 29, 2016 8:26 am

Beta Test wrote:So we need to talk about how we're gonna organize the party. I think a simple three person committee of a Chairperson, Leader and Chief Whip will suffice. It worked in Calaverde for my old party there. I am willing to hear alternative suggestions.

Sounds good to me.
"For the glory of our people, we govern our nation freely. For the glory of Polynesia, we help and strengthen our friends. For the glory of the earth, we do not destroy what it has bestowed upon us."
Demonym: Vaian
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Postby Mollary » Sat Jul 02, 2016 3:43 pm

I can join pls?
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Mollary wrote:I can join pls?


Of course.
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Postby Beta Test » Sat Jul 02, 2016 7:11 pm

So I've entered the party into talks about joining the National Coalition alongside Elizia First, Path to Harmony and the NIP. Unfortunately they've announced the Coalition before I could get the party's opinion.

The reasons I think we should join the coalition are primarily based on common economics. All parties involved have a vision of improving the economic and social situation in the country through government-led economic development. This combination of parties will be able to take government and advance a leftist economic agenda.

I understand there might be some apprehension over the NIP's unsavory social policies but my understanding is that they will have no binding upon the rest of the coalition.

Pls give thoughts pls.
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Postby Argentarino » Sat Jul 02, 2016 8:46 pm

Beta Test wrote:So I've entered the party into talks about joining the National Coalition alongside Elizia First, Path to Harmony and the NIP. Unfortunately they've announced the Coalition before I could get the party's opinion.

The reasons I think we should join the coalition are primarily based on common economics. All parties involved have a vision of improving the economic and social situation in the country through government-led economic development. This combination of parties will be able to take government and advance a leftist economic agenda.

I understand there might be some apprehension over the NIP's unsavory social policies but my understanding is that they will have no binding upon the rest of the coalition.

Pls give thoughts pls.


My concerns also rest with Elizia First. They appear to be as bad as the NIP in regards to social policy, not to mention what appears to be a desire to throw us back into the Stone Age. I can't believe I'm saying this, but I would rather that we form a coalition with Path to Harmony and the Communists. The NIP and EFP stand for very few of our values, and they will not hesitate to make that known and work against the interests of our party and our people.
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