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by The United Kingdom of Orange-Bourgogne. . 129 reads.

Political parties of Orange-Bourgogne

The following gives an overview of all registered political parties in Orange-Bourgogne. This overview will also include former parties that have become defunct.

Composition of the present Lower House of Parliament

From left to right: Social Republican Front (204) - Vox Populi (35) - Modern Equality (14) - Regnum Unitum (209) - The Militia (23) - Revolution! (10) - Bond of Brothers and Sisters (3) - Absolute Freedom Movement (1) - Speaker of the House (1)


Comparison between Government and Opposition

Government surplus: + 3 Seats.
The Opposition is depicted in blue. The largest party is in dark blue, while all other parties are light blue. The Government is depicted in red. The largest party is in dark red, while all other parties are light red. The Speaker is depicted in black.


Regnum Unitum (United Kingdom)



Abbreviation: UNI
Side: Opposition [leading party]
Position: Leaning towards the right
Ideology: Conservatism
Leader: Arthur of Avalon

This party has 209 seats in the Lower House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of 41.8 %. During the last general election 15.928.880 people voted for a candidate from this party.
This party has NUMBER seats in the Upper House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of PERCENTAGE %.
Comparing to the last general election, this party has ▼ lost 8 Seats. Members of this party are also known as "Conservatives" and "Tories".

This party is a fairly moderate one, supporting a free market, low taxation while it on the other hand also supports the idea of a welfare state, though not in too many cases. They generally are viewed as conservative because they oppose too abrupt changes.

Social Republican Front



Abbreviation: SRF
Side: Government [leading party]
Position: Leaning towards the left
Ideology: Progressivm
Leader: Nicola Pankhurst

This party has 204 seats in the Lower House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of 40.8 %. During the last general election 13.095.680 people voted for a candidate from this party.
This party has NUMBER seats in the Upper House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of PERCENTAGE %.
Comparing to the last general election, this party has ▼ lost 8 Seats. Members of this party are generally known as "Red Tories".

This party is in favour of a free market, though only if strict regulations apply to companies. They strongly support a welfare state and think that the governance should run most economic activities, as well as social activities.

Absolute Freedom Movement



Abbreviation: AFM
Side: Opposition
Position: Leaning towards far-right
Ideology: Anarchism
Leader: Guy de Wilde

This party has 1 seat in the Lower House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of 0.2 %. During the last general election 125.920 people voted for a candidate from this party.
This party has 0 seats in the Upper House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of 0 %.
Comparing to the last general election, this party has ▲ gained 1 Seat.

This party opposes all forms of governance, claiming "private individuals" are the sole entities who should regulate things. In their view, the governance is a waist of money; they like to do things themselves.

The Militia



Abbreviation: MIL
Side: Opposition
Position: Leaning towards the far-right
Ideology: Fascism
Leader: Geraldine Johnson

This party has 23 seats in the Lower House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of 4.6 %. During the last general election 5.225.680 people voted for a candidate from this party.
This party has 0 seats in the Upper House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of 0 %.
Comparing to the last general election, this party has ▲ gained 23 Seats. Members of this party are generally described as "Patriots" or "Warriors".

The militia is a party that supports tight immigration laws, wants to limit free speech and to "secure the state against foreign threats. They reject the idea of a welfare state and are in favour of a free market.

Vox Populi (Voice of the People)



Abbreviation: VOX
Side: Government [supporting party]
Position: Leaning towards the left
Ideology: Libertarism
Leader: John Brand

This party has 35 seats in the Lower House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of 7.0 %. During the last general election 9.444.000 people voted for a candidate from this party.
This party has NUMBER seats in the Upper House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of PERCENTAGE %.
Comparing to the last general election, this party has ▼ lost 28 Seats. Supporters of this party can be described as "Tree Huggers" or "Traitors" alike by the general population.

This party is a pro-free market one which thinks that minorities are structurally being oppressed by the administration, at least, so long they are not in it. They want complete open borders and think that "white male folks" should pay the price for milleniums of racism.

Modern Equality



Abbreviation: MEQ
Side: Government [supporting party]
Position: Leaning towards the far-left
Ideology: Fundamentalism
Leader: Muhammad al Sahwa

This party has 14 seats in the Lower House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of 2.8 %. During the last general election 3.840.560 people voted for a candidate from this party.
This party has 0 seats in the Upper House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of 0 %.
Comparing to the last general election, this party has ▲ gained 6 Seats. Members of this party are popularly called "Immigrants" or "Snowflakes".

This party is strongly focussed on muslim minorities and their needs. They do not have a common economic policy, some of their members are right-winged while others are left-winged.

Bond of Brothers and Sisters



Abbreviation: BBS
Side: Opposition
Position: Leaning towards the centre
Ideology: Fundamentalism
Leader: Peter Clarke

This party has 3 seats in the Lower House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of 0.6 %. During the last general election 2.896.160 people voted for a candidate from this party.
This party has NUMBER seats in the Upper House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of PERCENTAGE %.
Comparing to the last general election, this party has ▲ gained 3 Seats. Members of this party are commonly called "Sheep".

This party is a religious party that focusses on the Christian and Jewish communities. They have various sections with their own opinions, but as a rule they oppose immigration and think that the law should be based solely on the Bible.

Revolution!



Abbreviation: RE!
Side: Opposition
Position: Leaning towards the far-left
Ideology: Communism
Leader: Albert Temple

This party has 10 seats in the Lower House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of 2.0 %. During the last general election 7.995.920 people voted for a candidate from this party.
This party has NUMBER seats in the Upper House of Parliament. This is the equivalent of PERCENTAGE %.
Comparing to the last general election, this party has ▲ gained 10 Seats. Members of this party are collectively known as "Comrads".

This party is the most radical left-wing when we look at their economic policies. They believe that free markets should never exist, and that the state should run everything; this way, they claim, everyone is treated the same and thus equal.


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Abbreviation: ABB
Side: GOVERNMENT/OPPOSITION
Position: Leaning towards the LEFT/RIGHT
Ideology: IDEOLOGY
Leader: NAME

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