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Election diagrams of the Synklētos

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THE FIRST SYNKLETOS

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Government:
Conservative and Monarchist Party - 26 seats

Opposition:
Liberal Voice Party - 22 seats
Worker's Party of Socialism - 4

Non-aligned:
Independents - 8

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THE SECOND SYNKLETOS

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Government:
Liberal Voice Party - 26 seats

Opposition:
Conservative and Monarchist Party - 24 seats
Worker's Party of Socialism - 2

Non-aligned:
Independents - 8

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THE THIRD SYNKLETOS

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Government:
Conservative and Monarchist Party - 32 seats

Opposition:
Liberal Voice Party - 17 seats
Worker's Party of Socialism - 7

Non-aligned:
Independents - 4

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THE FOURTH SYNKLETOS

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National Unity Government:
Conservative and Monarchist Party - 29 seats
Liberal Voice Party - 27 seats
Worker's Party of Socialism - 2
Independents - 2

Opposition:
0 - God save the Basileus

Non-aligned:
0 - God save the Basileus

Note: At the request of the Basileusa the political parties of the Kingdom have agreed to form a national unity government for the duration of the war against Jingdao.

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THE FIFTH SYNKLETOS

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Government:
Dimokratia Avyi: 25 seats
Kómma ton Syntiritikón Monarchikoí: 7 seats


Opposition:
Fileléfthero Kómma Foní: 21 seats
Ergatikó Kómma tou Sosialismoú: 4 seats

Non-aligned:
Kómma ton Apoikión: 2 seats (Votes with Government)
Nivardomski Otechestvenofrontovska: 1 seat (Votes against Government)


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THE PARTIES


  • Dimokratia Avyi - DA (Democratic Dawn)| Leader: Mr Andreas Metaxas. Policies: Secularist and militarist, the DA advocates industrialisation and export led economic growth in order to accumulate the cash surpluses necessary to buy armaments in order to deter any future invasion of Constancia. The party also supports military conscription, the resettlement of refugees, asylum seekers and illegal economic migrants in the overseas colonies, selective education and an industrial and agricultural policy based around the creation of a ship building industry and ocean-going fishing fleets. The DA also supports policies aimed to boost the birth rate amongst Constancians. Formerly the Conservative and Monarchist Party. | Seats: 25
  • Fileléfthero Kómma Foní - FKF (Liberal Voice Party)| Leader: Ms Athanasia Demetria. Policies: The Liberals uphold the principles of a free market with little or no government intervention and are considered pro-business. The Liberals are committed to building a free, fair and open society, in which they seek to balance the fundamental values of liberty, equality and community, and in which no one is enslaved by poverty, ignorance or conformity. | Seats: 21
  • Kómma ton Syntiritikón Monarchikoí - KSM (Party of Conservative Monarchists)| Leader: Mr Basil Tzimiskes. Policies: Traditional social conservatism, economic liberalism, expanding the provision of further education through a self-financing system of student loans, maintaining a hard stance on bringing down the post-war budget deficit through strong economic policies and austerity. Split from the Party of Conservatives and Monarchists after takeover by Metaxas. | Seats: 7
  • Ergatikó Kómma tou Sosialismoú - EKS (Workers Party of Socialism)| Leader: Ms Maria Tatiana Demetriou. Policies: Nationalisation of the services and utilities essential to the well-being of the individual and the nation. Replacement of the Monarchy with a democratic republic. Creation of a new economy consisting of publicly owned or cooperatively owned enterprises operating in a market economy. Free universal healthcare, welfare and life-long education. Abolition of the armed forces and the transformation of the Home Guard into a Peoples Defence Force. | Seats: 4
  • Kómma ton Apoikión - KA (Party of the Colonies)| Leader: Uthman Habib Attar | Policies: Socially conservative and centrist, the KA advocates increased investment by the metropolitan kingdom in the colonies of the overseas Themes to make them economically self-sustaining and viable. Seeks to replace the corporate 'local authorities' with a more democratic administration. | Seats: 2
  • Nivardomski Otechestvenofrontovska - NO (Nivardom's Fatherland Front) | Leader(s): Ivan and Petăr Asen as co-chairmen. | Policies: Ultranationalists, the NO party's first, foremost, and only, policy is the liberation of Nivardom from the rule of the 'Greeklings' in Vey and the reconquest of the Molivadian Ostan (Satrapy) by the Voulgarikí nation. | Seats: 1

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THE SIXTH SYNKLETOS

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Government:
Dimokratia Avyi: 8 seats
Kómma ton Syntiritikón Monarchikoí: 8 seats
Kómma ton Apoikión: 8 seats
Liberal Trade Alliance: 7 seats


Opposition:
Ergatikó Kómma tou Sosialismoú: 14 seats
Fileléfthero Kómma Foní: 13 seats

Non-aligned:
Nivardomski Otechestvenofrontovska: 3 seat (Votes against Government)


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OVERVIEW


By any normal reckoning, the elections held in the year 1642 Ab Nortone must be considered a catastrophic defeat for the governing party led by Andreas Metaxas. Indeed, so precipitous was the collapse of the Conservative vote, itself still split between two parties now on a diminished equal share of the vote, that it was a matter of considerable public speculation as to whether Metaxas would be able to carry on in office at all. Certainly Mr Tzimiskes, the leader of the KSM had reached out to the moderate wing of the DA in the hope of bringing over enough defectors to make the KSM an attractive junior coalition partner for the liberal FKF. However, the liberal leader, Ms Athanasia Demetria, had her own share of problems, finishing behind the Workers Party and unable to bridge the bitter personal animosity between herself and her socialist counterpart Maria Tatiana Demetriou.

The reason for the collapse of the conservative vote was held to have many causes, the merger of the metropolitan Kingdom into a single Euranikon Theme, was particularly ill-received in the Felixian Theme, which remained defiantly proud of its separate identity, forged in the fires of the Euran War, and increasingly looked away from Vey towards the Pallisican dominated Port Felix Wool Markets for their economic livelihood. Many amongst the electorate were increasingly disappointed by the bitterly slow and underfunded pace of reconstruction and held Metaxas personally responsible for the stories of corruption and mismanagement that had begun to circulate freely in the daily press. Whilst the Mesazōn had been vigorous in routing out and punishing the most egregious examples, there was a feeling that corruption and graft had become an all too prevalent malaise and undercurrent to his administration.

Set against this was the growth of overseas trade and improving contacts with Passio-Corum, Alexandria and Shireroth. Indeed it was ultimately the colonial and mercantile parties that would come to the rescue of the beleaguered conservative coalition. The growth of Nivardom especially had redrawn the electoral map and given an increased weight to the Kómma ton Apoikión and the newly reformed Liberal Trade Alliance.

This outcome had however been put in jeopardy by the bitterly contested elections in the Molivadisan Theme where the Nivardomski Otechestvenofrontovska had campaigned on a nakedly xenophobic, anti-Constancian and anti-migrant platform. The Liberal Trade Alliance, under reformed Mariner, Walter Poldark, had been no less robust in its campaign tactics, and thus, when the LTA swept the board, the NO immediately cried foul and numerous recounts followed, culminating with an appeal held before the supreme court in Vey in 1643, which was interrupted by the arrival of the dread Shamal wind blowing in off the irradiated Zjandarian steppe.

Only in recent days have the LTA's record breaking win in the Nivardom electoral district been confirmed and the electoral results validated by the courts, allowing, finally, for the formation of a new government and the commencement of the next session of the Synkletos.


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THE PARTIES


  • Dimokratia Avyi - DA (Democratic Dawn)| Leader: Mr Andreas Metaxas. Policies: Secularist and militarist, the DA advocates industrialisation and export led economic growth in order to accumulate the cash surpluses necessary to buy armaments in order to deter any future invasion of Constancia. The party also supports military conscription, the resettlement of refugees, asylum seekers and illegal economic migrants in the overseas colonies, selective education and an industrial and agricultural policy based around the creation of a ship building industry and ocean-going fishing fleets. The DA also supports policies aimed to boost the birth rate amongst Constancians. Formerly the Conservative and Monarchist Party. | Seats: 8
  • Kómma ton Syntiritikón Monarchikoí - KSM (Party of Conservative Monarchists)| Leader: Mr Basil Tzimiskes. Policies: Traditional social conservatism, economic liberalism, expanding the provision of further education through a self-financing system of student loans, maintaining a hard stance on bringing down the post-war budget deficit through strong economic policies and austerity. Split from the Party of Conservatives and Monarchists after takeover by Metaxas. | Seats: 8
  • Kómma ton Apoikión - KA (Party of the Colonies)| Leader: Uthman Habib Attar | Policies: Socially conservative and centrist, the KA advocates increased investment by the metropolitan kingdom in the colonies of the overseas Themes to make them economically self-sustaining and viable. Seeks to replace the corporate 'local authorities' with a more democratic administration. | Seats: 8
  • Liberal Trade Alliance - LTA | Leader: Walter Poldark | Policies: Comprised of refugees pardoned for their part in the Maritime Free Republic's ill-advised collaboration with Jingdao and set to work providing a fisheries protection service for the Molivadisan Theme. Locked in a bitter rivalry with the Nivardomski Otechestvenofrontovska for control of Nivardom. | Seats: 6
  • Ergatikó Kómma tou Sosialismoú - EKS (Workers Party of Socialism)| Leader: Ms Maria Tatiana Demetriou. Policies: Nationalisation of the services and utilities essential to the well-being of the individual and the nation. Replacement of the Monarchy with a democratic republic. Creation of a new economy consisting of publicly owned or cooperatively owned enterprises operating in a market economy. Free universal healthcare, welfare and life-long education. Abolition of the armed forces and the transformation of the Home Guard into a Peoples Defence Force. | Seats: 14
  • Fileléfthero Kómma Foní - FKF (Liberal Voice Party)| Leader: Ms Athanasia Demetria. Policies: The Liberals uphold the principles of a free market with little or no government intervention and are considered pro-business. The Liberals are committed to building a free, fair and open society, in which they seek to balance the fundamental values of liberty, equality and community, and in which no one is enslaved by poverty, ignorance or conformity. | Seats: 13
  • Nivardomski Otechestvenofrontovska - NO (Nivardom's Fatherland Front) | Leader(s): Ivan and Petăr Asen as co-chairmen. | Policies: Ultranationalists, the NO party's first, foremost, and only, policy is the liberation of Nivardom from the rule of the 'Greeklings' in Vey and the reconquest of the Molivadian Ostan (Satrapy) by the Voulgarikí nation. | Seats: 2

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THE SEVENTH SYNKLETOS


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Government:
Kómma ton Enopoíisi: 44 seats

Opposition:
Ergatikó Kómma tou Sosialismoú: 14 seats
Nivardomski Otechestvenofrontovska: 2 seats


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Stung by electoral defeat in the elections of 1642 and effectively deposed by the Autokrateira as a consequence of the passage of the Disclosure and Access to Information Act, the Mesazōn prevaricated in the calling of the mandated triennial election to the Synklētos. In this he was aided by the escalation of tensions between the SANE and USSO blocs as a consequence of the ongoing Hammish Civil War and the brief War of Jingdaoese Immolation in 1647.

Constitutional paralysis, combined with frustrations over the slow pace of economic and social development, has led to a simmering discontent on the streets of Vey which is now boiling up into outright anger and defiance of the government.

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With the passage of the Constitutional Settlement (Amendment I) Act of 1648, the royal government has the legislative apparatus, subject to a referendum, to bypass the Synklētos and introduce new laws directly.

The Mesazōn, supporting the introduction of so-called "personal rule" by the royal government, backed the monarchy by orchestrating, under the guise of an election, an unprecedented campaign of "electoral coordination". Deploying newly appointed Ypostratigoi (Major-Generals) of the Constancian Armed Forces to the Metropolitan and Colonial Themes, the Mesazōn was able to coordinate the Army, the Home Guard and activists of the Dimokratia Avyi in the takeover of the offices of the Fileléfthero Kómma Foní, Kómma ton Syntiritikón Monarchikoí, Kómma ton Apoikión as well as the forcible closure of many hostile media outlets. Only the Ergatikó Kómma tou Sosialismoú and the Nivardomski Otechestvenofrontovska, with their battle hardened cadres of street fighters, were able to fend off the baton-wielding soldiery and defend their fortified offices and well-honed ballot stuffing operations.

Finally, on the 4th Day of Cowtide, Vey lay locked under the guard of the Army. A retinue of guardsmen stood by the Mesazōn as he welcomed the returning Dikastís he pointed out to the guardsmen the socialist and Nivardom ultranationalists who had slipped the net of his returning agents in the themes and been returned to office. These were duly arrested and spent the remainder of the day under lock and key, accused of pro-Jing agitation and subversion. The remaining forty-four parliamentarians were duly assembled before the Mesazōn whereupon he congratulated them and informed them that they would, henceforth, be enrolled as deputies of the Party of Unification, under an obligation to be of service to their majesties ever afterwards. If there were any doubts or objections in regards to this new turn of events, the glistening bayonets of the guardsmen lining the chamber offered a succinct and sufficient answer. This then was the "Cowtide Coup".


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Ruling Party

  • Kómma ton Enopoíisi - KE (Party of Unification)| Leader: Mr Andreas Metaxas. Policies: Pro-capitalist, the party favours formal membership of the SANE alliance, the suspension of the Synklētos, the implementation of personal rule by the Basileus ("strong and stable leadership...") and rearmament with surplus military hardware left over from the Sxiro-Jingdaoese Confrontation. The party was formed out of the forced merger of the FKF, KA KSM and the Liberal Trade Alliance into the Dimokratia Avyi under the control of Andreas Metaxas. | Seats: 44.

Opposition

  • Ergatikó Kómma tou Sosialismoú - EKS (Workers Party of Socialism)| Leader: Ms Maria Tatiana Demetriou. Policies: Nationalisation of the services and utilities essential to the well-being of the individual and the nation. Replacement of the Monarchy with a democratic republic. Creation of a new economy consisting of publicly owned or cooperatively owned enterprises operating in a market economy. Free universal healthcare, welfare and life-long education. Abolition of the armed forces and the transformation of the Home Guard into a Peoples Defence Force. | Seats: 14
  • Nivardomski Otechestvenofrontovska - NO (Nivardom's Fatherland Front) | Leader(s): Ivan and Petăr Asen as co-chairmen. | Policies: Ultranationalists, the NO party's first, foremost, and only, policy is the liberation of Nivardom from the rule of the 'Greeklings' in Vey and the reconquest of the Molivadian Ostan (Satrapy) by the Voulgarikí nation. | Seats: 2

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