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Spanish Empire

Paramountica y’all know when my term ends?

The Shining Purple Light wrote:February 2019 | COL Presidential Election | Ended: 130 days ago
WA Delegate | Amsterwald | Elected: 120 days ago
Article II, Section I: "All by a General Election which shall occur every 100 days since the start of a President's term."

Ruders wrote:Yea I’d think so but we haven’t had elections yet so idk what’s up

Oath of Office Taken: 119 days ago

Ruders wrote:Paramountica y’all know when my term ends?

It ended 19 days ago.

The Shining Purple Light wrote:February 2019 | COL Presidential Election | Ended: 130 days ago
WA Delegate | Amsterwald | Elected: 120 days ago
Article II, Section I: "All by a General Election which shall occur every 100 days since the start of a President's term."

Oh mans we need to hold an election

Victoria Harbor wrote:Spanish Empire

Come at me, you’ll have to take my land over my dead and cold body.
La Plata is free and shall be respected as an equal nation to Spain

Nevbrejnovitz wrote:Come at me, you’ll have to take my land over my dead and cold body.
La Plata is free and shall be respected as an equal nation to Spain

I respect all my children u.u

The Shining Purple Light wrote:It ended 19 days ago.

Where can I find the current constitution? The one under civilization still lists a PM and all that?

Victoria Harbor wrote:I respect all my children u.u

Good, good
Father

Halsey

Hot or nah?

Ruders wrote:Where can I find the current constitution? The one under civilization still lists a PM and all that?

Click to the LibertyWorks nation, click under dispatches, click "7th Constitution."

Ruders

welcome back from your hiatus thing dude. the place didn't feel exactly the same without you tbh

Nevbrejnovitz wrote:OPERATION CISPLATINA

August 1996

Phase II, August 10 to August 11

Early in the morning, after the full blockade of the uruguayan waters, the airforce and maritime airforce coordinated their efforts to secure the airspace over the common waters and over the capital of Uruguay, Montevideo. A-4AR Fightinghawks took-off from the ARA Veinticinco de Mayo and flew over the capital while F-16s flew from Campo de Mayo with supports from F-15 Eagle and few F-15 Strike Eagle. The prototype by FMA was given the green light to participate in the operation and test the carrier operation.

Equipment in action

Carrier-based (ARA VdM)
10x A-4AR Fightinghawk
1x Prototype FMA SAIA-98

From Campo de Mayo
15x F-16C Fighting Falcon
10x F-15C Eagle
5x F-15E Strike Eagle

With the airspace secured, the joint paradrop/amphibious assault began. Over 100 elite marine troops and 12 VLEGA Gaucho vehicules were airdropped over Montevideo and the government-building areas by the fleet of 8 Aeritalia G.222 transport planes.

Their mission: secure and save the Platinian delegation as a primary target. Secondary target would be to save the uruguayan government still alive and protect the areas from counter-attacks, awaiting for reinforcements to arrive.

Equipment and troops in action

8x Aeritalia G.222 transport planes
100x marines paratroopers
12x Vlega Gaucho vehicules

Meanwhile, the main amphibious force was still preparing its forces to land the following day, August 12. The amphibious assault was composed of elite marine troops trained for counter-insurgency and shock tactics with mechanized and armored supports. Over 6,500 marines were to land on the beaches of Montevideo with the support of AAVs, Mowag Piranhas, TAMs and VCTPs. On the air, support from AgustaWestland AW109 and KN variants, Westland Lynx and Agusta Mangustas strike helicopters. Their mission is to land on the beaches and move rapidly through the capital and converge to the government buildings and support the paratroopers in the evac of the VIPs. Their secondary mission is to secure the capital by patroling the streets and chasing the militias or other rebels, in other words, apply a strict law and order mission the time the Uruguayan government can take the reigns back.

Troops and equipment used

Naval vessels and escort
12x Cabo San Antonio-Class amphibious assault ships
1x San Giorgio-Class amphibious dock
1x Tide-Class replenishment ship
4x Baradero patrol boats

Troops and equipment used
6,500 marines
12x AAV
25x Mowag Piranha
15x TAM
50x VCTP
10x AgustaWestland AW109 (From Campo de Mayo and ARA VdM)
3x AgustaWestland AW109KN (from San-Giorgio amphibious dock)
2x Westland Lynx (from San-Giorgio)
2x Agusta A129 Mangusta strike helicopter (from San-Giorgio)

To be continued....

Operação: Espada Embainhada
August 1996

Following the severe unrest in Uruguay, President Fernando Cardoso in an emergency defence meeting was presented with several options by the Chief of the Joint General Staff, the professional head of the Brazilian Armed Forces. The option he selected was Operação: Espada Embainhada (Operation: Sheathed Sword). In the president's own words: "the situation in Uruguay is essentially an internal Platinian issue, however caution must be taken to ensure that no bloodshed spills across our southern border, and also be ready and willing to assist our neighbours should they require our aid."

Air/Land Forces:

The two AMX-equipped fighter squadrons based out of Santa Maria Airbase - being the obvious choice for air cover are ordered to their highest alert condition. In the hours after the order was initially given, ground crews rushed about the field, fuelling the 32 A-1 AMXs and hurriedly loading them with drop tanks, 500lb free-fall bombs, MAA-1 Piranha air-to-air missiles and feed hundreds of 30mm shells into the ammunition trays for their DEFA Cannons. At any one time a flight of armed 4 A-1 AMXs sits at the scramble apron, able to simply turn onto the runway, scramble and head south within 5 minutes. Additionally 12 AT-27 Tucano Light Attack Aircraft were flown in from Lagoa Santa further north. These would act not only as Close Air Support for ground forces, but also as airborne Forward Air Control aircraft to effectively direct the AMXs onto targets should it be required. The final reinforcements were 16 of the new sleek French-Built HM-1 Pantera (AS565 Panther) transport helicopters. These were kept at the far end of the base to allow ground forces to conduct air-mobile operations, in addition to providing CASEVAC and logistical support.

In terms of Ground Forces, the leading element consists of 12 2-man Forward Air Control Teams from the Brazilian Army Special Forces, these are dropped off by a flight of Panteras at various points along the border, the idea being to attach them to border guard stations, allowing them to hold off a minor attack with support from the Air Force assets out of Santa Maria. The bulk of the Ground Forces are drawn from the 5th Cavalry Brigade and 14th Motorised Infantry Brigade. The 14th Brigade musters from its barracks and its constituent units mount their vehicles and head South to reinforce the Eastern side of the border. Meanwhile the 5th Armoured Brigade loads its imposing M60A3 Patton Main Battle Tanks and M113 Armoured Personnel Carriers (provided Paramountica lets me use them) onto their tank-transporters for their journey south to the border. Their responsibility would be the open country along the West side of the border.

Imperial Nalvetland wrote:Smashing, also see, the Lazio Class CVs, are they literally just Clemenceau Class CVs and would you be willing to sell them at all?

Yes, Italy ordered the construction of them from France, if France approves the sale, yes you can have one.

Valijun wrote:Ruders

welcome back from your hiatus thing dude. the place didn't feel exactly the same without you tbh

It has been awhile, graduated highschool and going to college soon, so that’s taking up a lot of time

Ruders wrote:It has been awhile, graduated highschool and going to college soon, so that’s taking up a lot of time

congrats my dude

Turkey to host NATO military exercises in the Aegean Sea

| 1996 AD | QUEBEC | PARIZEAU RETURNS TO MONTREAL | MONTREAL | OCTOBER 9th |

    | Despite all odds, Jacques Parizeau has made a meteoric return to Montreal. Unexpectedly, when his vehicle was met by Montreal Police, he was not arrested on the spot. Instead, he was escorted by the police to a podium in the city square. As he triumphantly exited his vehicle, an incredibly large crowd of 100,000 was there to see him speak. The legendary Jacques Parizeau waved to the people as he walked up to the podium. The fleur-de-lis was flown proudly, absent of the red stripes and red corner. He reached the podium and rose his two fists in the air as he proudly shouted; |

      | JACQUES PARIZEAU, ACTIVIST: | "Vive le Québec libre!"

    | As the crowd erupted into applause, people started waving their own Quebecois flags. He clapped his own hands, applauding the audience. Cheers and shouts echoed throughout the city. Blue balloons flew throughout the city sky as more and more people gathered and exited their vehicles. |

      | JACQUES PARIZEAU, ACTIVIST: | "People of Quebec. I, well you know who I am. Today marks a significant day in our history. Thousands upon thousands of people from the great city of Montreal have come to see an end be brought to this horrid regime. Throughout our history we have valued our freedom, our Liberty and most especially our heritage. By neglecting these three key principles of our country; Liberty, freedom and culture, We have allowed for the established order to turn into a hard left communist regime. We allowed for our government to turn into some sort of Cesspool of bureaucracy and oppression. We brought this on to ourselves. nobody else! We did this to us. Nobody, and I mean nobody has the willpower that the Quebec people do. Like true heroes we have stood the test of time. We have stood up to the oppressive class, and we will continue to stand up to this oppression until we are finally freed. Take to the streets again my people. Do not stop until the regime is put to an end. The premier should have resigned almost a year ago today. And he neglected to do so and therefore he has neglected our will as a people as a proud Nation. I just simply hope that God has not forsaken our nation. But he looks upon the protesters and rioters that are out here today and says “Finally! They are awakened! My loves!”!I know it is beyond wishful thinking to believe that we can stand unified on this day. But look at the results! We have come out here today to finally bring to an end something that is plagued us all. We have decided to destroy the virus that is communism and bring down the Quebec City tyrant! I have had it. You have had it. And it is finally time that we squish any hope that a Communist Regime will be allowed to prosper in our Great Northern State. Europe, North America, Asia, Australia, South America; hear the call of Quebec. we promised a proud return to the global stage. And we will return to the global stage not bearing any red on our flag. We bear only the great blue and white fleur de lis."

    | Cheers are heard from the crowd. |

      | JACQUES PARIZEAU, ACTIVIST: | "These are dark times that we Face ahead of us. We will have to reinvent and reinvigorate an economy that has been brought down the path of centralization for so many decades. I am not the type of man to make plans before I have certainty ahead of me. But when I look upon this crowd out here today and I see all of the thousands and thousands of Quebecois who are willing to show themselves to the Communist Regime under threat of death, I can do nothing but happily look towards the future, people. Mighty people, you have provided this Old Man with New Hope. And I thank you for that wholly.I see some familiar faces out here today. People are part of the same political organization that I hail to today. And I see plenty of people in this crowd today who have at one point declared me some sort of false communist. my part in the regime was an important part, yes. But I have this to say to you all today. For the second time I renounce all ties to the regime that I once had. I regret to inform all of you that yes I did play a pinnacle role in the regime and its existence. However I will admit to you all today that there is nothing more horrifying than realizing that your life's work is something that you never wanted to create. Something that you never thought you would be a part of. I look back on my time in government and I weep. I weep because I know that there are countless lives that have been ruined by the actions that I have decided to do. Entire foreign governments have looked upon me and perhaps thought that I was just another one of the blatant evil red communists. And while at one point yes I would have considered myself to be some sort of communist, I no longer consider myself to be one of them. I stand too firmly in the belief that all people are created equal. And that all people deserve the same rights and Liberties that God has afforded to them. I simply wish to see my country, my land, my beautiful state to finally be free. I want to see it Fly Away from communism and never look back. I will not say that the state itself nor the actual land has been tainted by communism. But I know that the minds and the will of the people have been tainted. I look upon the people in this crowd and I see tears in people's eyes. I see tears in your eyes, ma'am. You Weep For the same country I do. You Weep For the same cause that I weep for. We weep because we know. The United States of Paramountica, The Fifth French Republic of Arcanda, The United Kingdom of Enchanted Oasis, The Imperial Federation of Pontianus, The Kingdom of Denmark-Norway of Sisuvia, these states have perhaps at one point been threatened by communism in an exterior fashion. But they have never had to deal with Communism holding their Homeland. And this is why we are much more equipped and ready and willing to deal with Communism than they are. I don't want to hear anybody speak about communism if they do not understand the true struggle of it. When I hear rumors of what occurs in China, and when I hear rumors of what occurs in The USSR of Ranponian, and when I hear rumors of what occurs even in places like The Republic of Indochina of Bomoko of all God forbidden places oh, I just I feel, I feel for them I understand what they're going through. And in all truth I really wish I hadn't. However I realize that the strength of our people is understanding and knowing what true struggle is. What we have here gathered today is a formidable force. One that I don't think the regime is willing to take on. which is why, I want to ask you all to do one more thing on my behalf. I want us to March. I want us to march to Quebec City. Not tomorrow, not after lunch, now. Who will stand with me!"

    | Audible "oui's" can be heard from the crowd. |

      | JACQUES PARIZEAU, ACTIVIST: | "Then! Let us go! To Quebec City! To the Premier!"

Imperial Nalvetland wrote:Operação: Espada Embainhada
August 1996

Following the severe unrest in Uruguay, President Fernando Cardoso in an emergency defence meeting was presented with several options by the Chief of the Joint General Staff, the professional head of the Brazilian Armed Forces. The option he selected was Operação: Espada Embainhada (Operation: Sheathed Sword). In the president's own words: "the situation in Uruguay is essentially an internal Platinian issue, however caution must be taken to ensure that no bloodshed spills across our southern border, and also be ready and willing to assist our neighbours should they require our aid."

Air/Land Forces:

The two AMX-equipped fighter squadrons based out of Santa Maria Airbase - being the obvious choice for air cover are ordered to their highest alert condition. In the hours after the order was initially given, ground crews rushed about the field, fuelling the 32 A-1 AMXs and hurriedly loading them with drop tanks, 500lb free-fall bombs, MAA-1 Piranha air-to-air missiles and feed hundreds of 30mm shells into the ammunition trays for their DEFA Cannons. At any one time a flight of armed 4 A-1 AMXs sits at the scramble apron, able to simply turn onto the runway, scramble and head south within 5 minutes. Additionally 12 AT-27 Tucano Light Attack Aircraft were flown in from Lagoa Santa further north. These would act not only as Close Air Support for ground forces, but also as airborne Forward Air Control aircraft to effectively direct the AMXs onto targets should it be required. The final reinforcements were 16 of the new sleek French-Built HM-1 Pantera (AS565 Panther) transport helicopters. These were kept at the far end of the base to allow ground forces to conduct air-mobile operations, in addition to providing CASEVAC and logistical support.

In terms of Ground Forces, the leading element consists of 12 2-man Forward Air Control Teams from the Brazilian Army Special Forces, these are dropped off by a flight of Panteras at various points along the border, the idea being to attach them to border guard stations, allowing them to hold off a minor attack with support from the Air Force assets out of Santa Maria. The bulk of the Ground Forces are drawn from the 5th Cavalry Brigade and 14th Motorised Infantry Brigade. The 14th Brigade musters from its barracks and its constituent units mount their vehicles and head South to reinforce the Eastern side of the border. Meanwhile the 5th Armoured Brigade loads its imposing M60A3 Patton Main Battle Tanks and M113 Armoured Personnel Carriers (provided Paramountica lets me use them) onto their tank-transporters for their journey south to the border. Their responsibility would be the open country along the West side of the border.

The government of La Plata warns the Brazilian government to stay on their side of the border, as their action could be dangerous for Uruguayans and also Platinian forces deployed or to be deployed.

This is an operation handled only by La Plata and a foreign intervention will be seen as a threat to the nation and consequent actions will be taken

Ooc: don’t forget I was approved to expand in Uruguay by the cartography council and if you mess too much with this rp, I’ll have to act militarily against your forces as you’ll have invaded my land
EDIT: Uruguay is guaranteed since 1991 and an intervention in Uruguay, against their government’s wishes, will be an act of war against Uruguay and La Plata, therefore NATO also

United Kingdom general election, 1945
- 1945 -

Turnout: 72.8%, Increase 1.7%

All 640 Seats of the House of Commons
321 Seats Needed for a Majority



Leader
Clement Attlee

Leader
Sir Winston Churchill

Party

LABOUR

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
WALTHAMSTOW WEST

Leader's seat
WOODSTOCK

Seats won
393

Seats won
197

Popular Vote
11,967,746

Popular Vote
8,716,211

Percentage
47.7%

Percentage
36.2%




Leader
Sir Archibald Sinclair

Leader
Ernest Brown

Party

LIBERAL

Party

LIBERAL NATIONAL

Leader's seat
CAITHNESS AND
SUTHERLAND (defeated)

Leader's seat
LEITH (defeated)

Seats won
12

Seats won
11

Popular Vote
2,177,938

Popular Vote
686,652

Percentage
9.0%

Percentage
2.9%


United Kingdom general election, 1950
- 1950 -

Turnout: 83.9%, Increase 11.1%

All 625 Seats of the House of Commons
313 Seats Needed for a Majority



Leader
Clement Attlee

Leader
Sir Winston Churchill

Party

LABOUR

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
WALTHAMSTOW WEST

Leader's seat
WOODSTOCK

Seats won
315

Seats won
197

Popular Vote
13,226,176

Popular Vote
12,494,404

Percentage
46.1%

Percentage
43.4%




Leader
Clement Davies

Leader
James McSparran

Party

LIBERAL

Party

NATIONALIST

Leader's seat
MONTGOMERYSHIRE

Leader's seat
MOURNE

Seats won
9

Seats won
2

Popular Vote
2,621,487

Popular Vote
65,211

Percentage
9.1%

Percentage
0.2%



United Kingdom general election, 1951
- 1951 -

Turnout: 82.6%, Decrease 1.3%

All 625 Seats of the House of Commons
313 Seats Needed for a Majority




Leader
Sir Winston Churchill

Leader
Clement Attlee

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
WOODSTOCK

Leader's seat
WALTHAMSTOW WEST

Seats won
321

Seats won
295

Popular Vote
13,717,851

Popular Vote
13,948,385

Percentage
48.0%

Percentage
48.8%




Leader
Clement Davies

Leader
NO LEADER

Party

LIBERAL

Party

IND. NATIONALIST

Leader's seat
MONTGOMERYSHIRE

Leader's seat
NO LEADER

Seats won
6

Seats won
2

Popular Vote
730,546

Popular Vote
92,787

Percentage
2.5%

Percentage
0.3%


United Kingdom general election, 1955
- 1955 -

Turnout: 76.8%, Decrease 5.8%

All 630 Seats of the House of Commons
316 Seats Needed for a Majority




Leader
Anthony Eden

Leader
Clement Attlee

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
WARWICK & LEAMINGTON

Leader's seat
WALTHAMSTOW WEST

Seats won
345

Seats won
277

Popular Vote
13,310,891

Popular Vote
12,405,254

Percentage
49.7%

Percentage
46.4%




Leader
Clement Davies

Leader
Paddy McLogan

Party

LIBERAL

Party

SINN FEIN

Leader's seat
MONTGOMERYSHIRE

Leader's seat
SOUTH ARMAGH*

Seats won
6

Seats won
2

Popular Vote
722,402

Popular Vote
374,636

Percentage
2.7%

Percentage
0.7%

*Absentionist (did not sit in Parliament)


United Kingdom general election, 1959
- 1959 -

Turnout: 78.7%, Increase 1.9%

All 630 Seats of the House of Commons
316 Seats Needed for a Majority




Leader
Harold Macmillan

Leader
Hugh Gaitskell

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
BROMLEY

Leader's seat
LEEDS SOUTH

Seats won
365

Seats won
258

Popular Vote
13,750,875

Popular Vote
12,216,172

Percentage
49.4%

Percentage
43.8%




Leader
Jo Grimond

Leader
NO LEADER

Party

LIBERAL

Party

IND. CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
ORKNEY AND SHETLAND

Leader's seat
NO LEADER

Seats won
6

Seats won
1

Popular Vote
1,640,760

Popular Vote
14,118

Percentage
5.9%

Percentage
0.1%


United Kingdom general election, 1964
- 1964 -

Turnout: 77%

All 630 Seats of the House of Commons
316 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Harold Wilson

Leader
Sir Alec Douglas-Home

Party

LABOUR

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
HUYTON

Leader's seat
KINROSS &
WESTERN PERTHSHIRE

Seats won
317

Seats won
304

Popular Vote
12,205,808

Popular Vote
12,002,642

Percentage
44.1%

Percentage
43.4%




Leader
Jo Grimond

Leader
Arthur Donaldson

Party

LIBERAL

Party

SCOTTISH NATIONAL PARTY

Leader's seat
ORKNEY AND SHETLAND

Leader's seat
DUNDEE WEST

Seats won
9

Seats won
0

Popular Vote
3,099,283

Popular Vote
64,044

Percentage
11.2%

Percentage
0.2%


United Kingdom general election, 1966
- 1966 -

Turnout: 75.8%

All 630 Seats of the House of Commons
316 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Harold Wilson

Leader
Edward Heath

Party

LABOUR

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
HUYTON

Leader's seat
BEXLEY

Seats won
364

Seats won
253

Popular Vote
13,096,951

Popular Vote
11,418,433

Percentage
48.0%

Percentage
41.9%




Leader
Jo Grimond

Leader
Arthur Donaldson

Party

LIBERAL

Party

SCOTTISH NATIONAL PARTY

Leader's seat
MONTGOMERYSHIRE

Leader's seat
DUNDEE WEST

Seats won
12

Seats won
0

Popular Vote
2,327,457

Popular Vote
128,474

Percentage
8.5%

Percentage
0.5%


United Kingdom general election, 1970
- 1970 -

Turnout: 72.0%, Decrease 3.8%

All 630 Seats of the House of Commons
316 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Edward Heath

Leader
Harold Wilson

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
BEXLEY

Leader's seat
HUYTON

Seats won
330

Seats won
288

Popular Vote
13,145,123

Popular Vote
12,208,758

Percentage
46.4%

Percentage
43.1%




Leader
Jeremy Thorpe

Leader
William Wolfe

Party

LIBERAL

Party

SCOTTISH NATIONAL PARTY

Leader's seat
NORTH DEVON

Leader's seat
WEST LOTHIAN (defeated)

Seats won
6

Seats won
1

Popular Vote
2,117,035

Popular Vote
306,802

Percentage
7.5%

Percentage
1.1%


United Kingdom general election, February 1974
- Febraury 1974 -

Turnout: 78.8%, Increase 6.8%

All 635 Seats of the House of Commons
318 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Harold Wilson

Leader
Edward Heath

Party

LABOUR

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
HUYTON

Leader's seat
BEXLEY

Seats won
301

Seats won
297

Popular Vote
11,645,616

Popular Vote
11,872,180

Percentage
37.2%

Percentage
37.9%




Leader
Jeremy Thorpe

Leader
William Wolfe

Party

LIBERAL

Party

SCOTTISH NATIONAL PARTY

Leader's seat
NORTH DEVON

Leader's seat
DID NOT STAND

Seats won
14

Seats won
7

Popular Vote
6,059,519

Popular Vote
633,180

Percentage
19.3%

Percentage
2.0%


United Kingdom general election, October 1974
- October 1974 -

Turnout: 72.8%, Decrease 6.0%

All 635 Seats of the House of Commons
318 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Harold Wilson

Leader
Edward Heath

Party

LABOUR

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
HUYTON

Leader's seat
BEXLEY

Seats won
319

Seats won
277

Popular Vote
11,457,079

Popular Vote
10,462,565

Percentage
39.2%

Percentage
35.8%




Leader
Jeremy Thorpe

Leader
William Wolfe

Party

LIBERAL

Party

SCOTTISH NATIONAL PARTY

Leader's seat
NORTH DEVON

Leader's seat
WEST LOTHIAN (lost)

Seats won
13

Seats won
11

Popular Vote
5,346,704

Popular Vote
839,617

Percentage
18.3%

Percentage
2.9%


United Kingdom general election, 1979
- 1979 -

Turnout: 76.0%, Increase 3.2%

All 635 Seats of the House of Commons
318 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Margaret Thatcher

Leader
Michael Foot

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
FINCHLEY

Leader's seat
EBBW VALE

Seats won
339

Seats won
259

Popular Vote
13,697,923

Popular Vote
11,532,218

Percentage
43.9%

Percentage
36.9%




Leader
David Steel

Leader
Harry West

Party

LIBERAL

Party

ULSTER UNIONIST PARTY

Leader's seat
ROXBURGH,
SELKIRK & PEEBLES

Leader's seat
DID NOT STAND

Seats won
11

Seats won
5

Popular Vote
4,313,804

Popular Vote
254,578

Percentage
13.8%

Percentage
0.8%


United Kingdom general election, 1983
- 1983 -

Turnout: 72.7%, Decrease 3.3%

All 650 Seats in the House of Commons
319 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Margaret Thatcher

Leader
Michael Foot

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
FINCHLEY

Leader's seat
EBBW VALE

Seats won
397

Seats won
209

Popular Vote
13,012,316

Popular Vote
8,456,934

Percentage
42.4%

Percentage
27.6%





Leader
David Steel (Lib) &
Roy Jenkins (SDP)

Leader
James Molyneaux

Party

SDP-LIBERAL

Party

ULSTER UNIONIST PARTY

Leader's seat
TWEEDDALE, ETTRICK &
LAUDERDALE (Steel)
GLASGOW HILLHEAD (Jenkins)

Leader's seat
LAGAN VALLEY

Seats won
23

Seats won
11

Popular Vote
7,780,949

Popular Vote
259,952

Percentage
25.4%

Percentage
1.1%


United Kingdom general election, 1987
- 1987 -

LinkOpinion Poll (1987)

Turnout: 75.3%, Increase 2.6%

All 650 Seats of the House of Commons
319 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Margaret Thatcher

Leader
Neil Kinnock

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
FINCHLEY

Leader's seat
ISLYWN

Seats won
376

Seats won
229

Popular Vote
13,760,583

Popular Vote
10,029,807

Percentage
42.2%

Percentage
30.8%




Leader
David Steel (Lib) &
David Owen (SDP)

Leader
James Molyneaux

Party

SDP-LIBERAL

Party

ULSTER UNIONIST PARTY

Leader's seat
TWEEDDALE, ETTRICK &
LAUDERDALE (Steel)
PLYMOUTH DEVONPORT (Owen)

Leader's seat
LAGAN VALLEY

Seats won
22

Seats won
9

Popular Vote
7,341,633

Popular Vote
276,230

Percentage
22.6%

Percentage
0.8%


United Kingdom general election, 1992
- 1992 -

LinkOpinion Poll (1992)

Turnout: 77.7%, Increase 2.4%

All 650 Seats in the House of Commons
319 Seats Needed for a Majority




Leader
John Major

Leader
Neil Kinnock

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
HUNTINGDON

Leader's seat
ISLYWN

Seats won
336

Seats won
271

Popular Vote
14,093,007

Popular Vote
11,560,484

Percentage
41.9%

Percentage
34.4%




Leader
Paddy Ashdown

Leader
James Molyneaux

Party

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS

Party

ULSTER UNIONIST PARTY

Leader's seat
YEOVIL

Leader's seat
LAGAN VALLEY

Seats won
20

Seats won
9

Popular Vote
5,999,606

Popular Vote
271,049

Percentage
17.8%

Percentage
0.8%


United Kingdom general election, 1997
- 1997 -

LinkOpinion Poll (1996)

Turnout: 71.3% - Decrease 6.4%

All 650 Seats in the House of Commons
319 Seats Needed for a Majority




Leader
Tony Blair

Leader
John Major

Party

LABOUR

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
SEDGEFIELD

Leader's seat
HUNTINGDON

Seats won
418

Seats won
165

Popular Vote
13,518,167

Popular Vote
9,600,943

Percentage
43.2%

Percentage
30.7%




Leader
Paddy Ashdown

Leader
David Trimble

Party

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS

Party

ULSTER UNIONIST PARTY

Leader's seat
YEOVIL

Leader's seat
UPPER BANN

Seats won
46

Seats won
10

Popular Vote
5,242,947

Popular Vote
258,349

Percentage
16.8%

Percentage
0.8%


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and excuse any errors but I think I fixed them all

Nevbrejnovitz wrote:The government of La Plata warns the Brazilian government to stay on their side of the border, as their action could be dangerous for Uruguayans and also Platinian forces deployed or to be deployed.

This is an operation handled only by La Plata and a foreign intervention will be seen as a threat to the nation and consequent actions will be taken

Ooc: don’t forget I was approved to expand in Uruguay by the cartography council and if you mess too much with this rp, I’ll have to act militarily against your forces as you’ll have invaded my land
EDIT: Uruguay is guaranteed since 1991 and an intervention in Uruguay, against their government’s wishes, will be an act of war against Uruguay and La Plata, therefore NATO also

OOC: If you read the preamble, you'll see that's exactly what i'm doing.

Imperial Nalvetland wrote:OOC: If you read the preamble, you'll see that's exactly what i'm doing.

Great then :)
English isn’t my native language, just wanted to be sure

Enchanted Oasis wrote:

United Kingdom general election, 1945
- 1945 -

Turnout: 72.8%, Increase 1.7%

All 640 Seats of the House of Commons
321 Seats Needed for a Majority



Leader
Clement Attlee

Leader
Sir Winston Churchill

Party

LABOUR

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
WALTHAMSTOW WEST

Leader's seat
WOODSTOCK

Seats won
393

Seats won
197

Popular Vote
11,967,746

Popular Vote
8,716,211

Percentage
47.7%

Percentage
36.2%




Leader
Sir Archibald Sinclair

Leader
Ernest Brown

Party

LIBERAL

Party

LIBERAL NATIONAL

Leader's seat
CAITHNESS AND
SUTHERLAND (defeated)

Leader's seat
LEITH (defeated)

Seats won
12

Seats won
11

Popular Vote
2,177,938

Popular Vote
686,652

Percentage
9.0%

Percentage
2.9%


United Kingdom general election, 1950
- 1950 -

Turnout: 83.9%, Increase 11.1%

All 625 Seats of the House of Commons
313 Seats Needed for a Majority



Leader
Clement Attlee

Leader
Sir Winston Churchill

Party

LABOUR

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
WALTHAMSTOW WEST

Leader's seat
WOODSTOCK

Seats won
315

Seats won
197

Popular Vote
13,226,176

Popular Vote
12,494,404

Percentage
46.1%

Percentage
43.4%




Leader
Clement Davies

Leader
James McSparran

Party

LIBERAL

Party

NATIONALIST

Leader's seat
MONTGOMERYSHIRE

Leader's seat
MOURNE

Seats won
9

Seats won
2

Popular Vote
2,621,487

Popular Vote
65,211

Percentage
9.1%

Percentage
0.2%



United Kingdom general election, 1951
- 1951 -

Turnout: 82.6%, Decrease 1.3%

All 625 Seats of the House of Commons
313 Seats Needed for a Majority




Leader
Sir Winston Churchill

Leader
Clement Attlee

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
WOODSTOCK

Leader's seat
WALTHAMSTOW WEST

Seats won
321

Seats won
295

Popular Vote
13,717,851

Popular Vote
13,948,385

Percentage
48.0%

Percentage
48.8%




Leader
Clement Davies

Leader
NO LEADER

Party

LIBERAL

Party

IND. NATIONALIST

Leader's seat
MONTGOMERYSHIRE

Leader's seat
NO LEADER

Seats won
6

Seats won
2

Popular Vote
730,546

Popular Vote
92,787

Percentage
2.5%

Percentage
0.3%


United Kingdom general election, 1955
- 1955 -

Turnout: 76.8%, Decrease 5.8%

All 630 Seats of the House of Commons
316 Seats Needed for a Majority




Leader
Anthony Eden

Leader
Clement Attlee

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
WARWICK & LEAMINGTON

Leader's seat
WALTHAMSTOW WEST

Seats won
345

Seats won
277

Popular Vote
13,310,891

Popular Vote
12,405,254

Percentage
49.7%

Percentage
46.4%




Leader
Clement Davies

Leader
Paddy McLogan

Party

LIBERAL

Party

SINN FEIN

Leader's seat
MONTGOMERYSHIRE

Leader's seat
SOUTH ARMAGH*

Seats won
6

Seats won
2

Popular Vote
722,402

Popular Vote
374,636

Percentage
2.7%

Percentage
0.7%

*Absentionist (did not sit in Parliament)


United Kingdom general election, 1959
- 1959 -

Turnout: 78.7%, Increase 1.9%

All 630 Seats of the House of Commons
316 Seats Needed for a Majority




Leader
Harold Macmillan

Leader
Hugh Gaitskell

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
BROMLEY

Leader's seat
LEEDS SOUTH

Seats won
365

Seats won
258

Popular Vote
13,750,875

Popular Vote
12,216,172

Percentage
49.4%

Percentage
43.8%




Leader
Jo Grimond

Leader
NO LEADER

Party

LIBERAL

Party

IND. CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
ORKNEY AND SHETLAND

Leader's seat
NO LEADER

Seats won
6

Seats won
1

Popular Vote
1,640,760

Popular Vote
14,118

Percentage
5.9%

Percentage
0.1%


United Kingdom general election, 1964
- 1964 -

Turnout: 77%

All 630 Seats of the House of Commons
316 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Harold Wilson

Leader
Sir Alec Douglas-Home

Party

LABOUR

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
HUYTON

Leader's seat
KINROSS &
WESTERN PERTHSHIRE

Seats won
317

Seats won
304

Popular Vote
12,205,808

Popular Vote
12,002,642

Percentage
44.1%

Percentage
43.4%




Leader
Jo Grimond

Leader
Arthur Donaldson

Party

LIBERAL

Party

SCOTTISH NATIONAL PARTY

Leader's seat
ORKNEY AND SHETLAND

Leader's seat
DUNDEE WEST

Seats won
9

Seats won
0

Popular Vote
3,099,283

Popular Vote
64,044

Percentage
11.2%

Percentage
0.2%


United Kingdom general election, 1966
- 1966 -

Turnout: 75.8%

All 630 Seats of the House of Commons
316 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Harold Wilson

Leader
Edward Heath

Party

LABOUR

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
HUYTON

Leader's seat
BEXLEY

Seats won
364

Seats won
253

Popular Vote
13,096,951

Popular Vote
11,418,433

Percentage
48.0%

Percentage
41.9%




Leader
Jo Grimond

Leader
Arthur Donaldson

Party

LIBERAL

Party

SCOTTISH NATIONAL PARTY

Leader's seat
MONTGOMERYSHIRE

Leader's seat
DUNDEE WEST

Seats won
12

Seats won
0

Popular Vote
2,327,457

Popular Vote
128,474

Percentage
8.5%

Percentage
0.5%


United Kingdom general election, 1970
- 1970 -

Turnout: 72.0%, Decrease 3.8%

All 630 Seats of the House of Commons
316 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Edward Heath

Leader
Harold Wilson

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
BEXLEY

Leader's seat
HUYTON

Seats won
330

Seats won
288

Popular Vote
13,145,123

Popular Vote
12,208,758

Percentage
46.4%

Percentage
43.1%




Leader
Jeremy Thorpe

Leader
William Wolfe

Party

LIBERAL

Party

SCOTTISH NATIONAL PARTY

Leader's seat
NORTH DEVON

Leader's seat
WEST LOTHIAN (defeated)

Seats won
6

Seats won
1

Popular Vote
2,117,035

Popular Vote
306,802

Percentage
7.5%

Percentage
1.1%


United Kingdom general election, February 1974
- Febraury 1974 -

Turnout: 78.8%, Increase 6.8%

All 635 Seats of the House of Commons
318 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Harold Wilson

Leader
Edward Heath

Party

LABOUR

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
HUYTON

Leader's seat
BEXLEY

Seats won
301

Seats won
297

Popular Vote
11,645,616

Popular Vote
11,872,180

Percentage
37.2%

Percentage
37.9%




Leader
Jeremy Thorpe

Leader
William Wolfe

Party

LIBERAL

Party

SCOTTISH NATIONAL PARTY

Leader's seat
NORTH DEVON

Leader's seat
DID NOT STAND

Seats won
14

Seats won
7

Popular Vote
6,059,519

Popular Vote
633,180

Percentage
19.3%

Percentage
2.0%


United Kingdom general election, October 1974
- October 1974 -

Turnout: 72.8%, Decrease 6.0%

All 635 Seats of the House of Commons
318 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Harold Wilson

Leader
Edward Heath

Party

LABOUR

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
HUYTON

Leader's seat
BEXLEY

Seats won
319

Seats won
277

Popular Vote
11,457,079

Popular Vote
10,462,565

Percentage
39.2%

Percentage
35.8%




Leader
Jeremy Thorpe

Leader
William Wolfe

Party

LIBERAL

Party

SCOTTISH NATIONAL PARTY

Leader's seat
NORTH DEVON

Leader's seat
WEST LOTHIAN (lost)

Seats won
13

Seats won
11

Popular Vote
5,346,704

Popular Vote
839,617

Percentage
18.3%

Percentage
2.9%


United Kingdom general election, 1979
- 1979 -

Turnout: 76.0%, Increase 3.2%

All 635 Seats of the House of Commons
318 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Margaret Thatcher

Leader
Michael Foot

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
FINCHLEY

Leader's seat
EBBW VALE

Seats won
339

Seats won
259

Popular Vote
13,697,923

Popular Vote
11,532,218

Percentage
43.9%

Percentage
36.9%




Leader
David Steel

Leader
Harry West

Party

LIBERAL

Party

ULSTER UNIONIST PARTY

Leader's seat
ROXBURGH,
SELKIRK & PEEBLES

Leader's seat
DID NOT STAND

Seats won
11

Seats won
5

Popular Vote
4,313,804

Popular Vote
254,578

Percentage
13.8%

Percentage
0.8%


United Kingdom general election, 1983
- 1983 -

Turnout: 72.7%, Decrease 3.3%

All 650 Seats in the House of Commons
319 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Margaret Thatcher

Leader
Michael Foot

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
FINCHLEY

Leader's seat
EBBW VALE

Seats won
397

Seats won
209

Popular Vote
13,012,316

Popular Vote
8,456,934

Percentage
42.4%

Percentage
27.6%





Leader
David Steel (Lib) &
Roy Jenkins (SDP)

Leader
James Molyneaux

Party

SDP-LIBERAL

Party

ULSTER UNIONIST PARTY

Leader's seat
TWEEDDALE, ETTRICK &
LAUDERDALE (Steel)
GLASGOW HILLHEAD (Jenkins)

Leader's seat
LAGAN VALLEY

Seats won
23

Seats won
11

Popular Vote
7,780,949

Popular Vote
259,952

Percentage
25.4%

Percentage
1.1%


United Kingdom general election, 1987
- 1987 -

LinkOpinion Poll (1987)

Turnout: 75.3%, Increase 2.6%

All 650 Seats of the House of Commons
319 Needed for a Majority




Leader
Margaret Thatcher

Leader
Neil Kinnock

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
FINCHLEY

Leader's seat
ISLYWN

Seats won
376

Seats won
229

Popular Vote
13,760,583

Popular Vote
10,029,807

Percentage
42.2%

Percentage
30.8%




Leader
David Steel (Lib) &
David Owen (SDP)

Leader
James Molyneaux

Party

SDP-LIBERAL

Party

ULSTER UNIONIST PARTY

Leader's seat
TWEEDDALE, ETTRICK &
LAUDERDALE (Steel)
PLYMOUTH DEVONPORT (Owen)

Leader's seat
LAGAN VALLEY

Seats won
22

Seats won
9

Popular Vote
7,341,633

Popular Vote
276,230

Percentage
22.6%

Percentage
0.8%


United Kingdom general election, 1992
- 1992 -

LinkOpinion Poll (1992)

Turnout: 77.7%, Increase 2.4%

All 650 Seats in the House of Commons
319 Seats Needed for a Majority




Leader
John Major

Leader
Neil Kinnock

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Party

LABOUR

Leader's seat
HUNTINGDON

Leader's seat
ISLYWN

Seats won
336

Seats won
271

Popular Vote
14,093,007

Popular Vote
11,560,484

Percentage
41.9%

Percentage
34.4%




Leader
Paddy Ashdown

Leader
James Molyneaux

Party

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS

Party

ULSTER UNIONIST PARTY

Leader's seat
YEOVIL

Leader's seat
LAGAN VALLEY

Seats won
20

Seats won
9

Popular Vote
5,999,606

Popular Vote
271,049

Percentage
17.8%

Percentage
0.8%


United Kingdom general election, 1997
- 1997 -

LinkOpinion Poll (1996)

Turnout: 71.3% - Decrease 6.4%

All 650 Seats in the House of Commons
319 Seats Needed for a Majority




Leader
Tony Blair

Leader
John Major

Party

LABOUR

Party

CONSERVATIVE

Leader's seat
SEDGEFIELD

Leader's seat
HUNTINGDON

Seats won
418

Seats won
165

Popular Vote
13,518,167

Popular Vote
9,600,943

Percentage
43.2%

Percentage
30.7%




Leader
Paddy Ashdown

Leader
David Trimble

Party

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS

Party

ULSTER UNIONIST PARTY

Leader's seat
YEOVIL

Leader's seat
UPPER BANN

Seats won
46

Seats won
10

Popular Vote
5,242,947

Popular Vote
258,349

Percentage
16.8%

Percentage
0.8%


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FINALLY finished <3

plz enjoy...took me a long time

and excuse any errors but I think I fixed them all

my format rarely looks this beautiful V_V

good work my love

Nevbrejnovitz wrote:Great then :)
English isn’t my native language, just wanted to be sure

i keep on forgetting that french is your mother language

Pontianus wrote:Yes, Italy ordered the construction of them from France, if France approves the sale, yes you can have one.

Hypothetically speaking, what if someone were looking to purchase both of them?

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