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Tianchao Jingdao
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Constitution of the Empire


Emblem Household.png Heavenly Light

The Chidao Emperor

Imperial Household | Imperial Stewardship


Teachings of the Empire
Tianchaodao | Jingbuist Absolutism | Chidaoism


Emblem of the Grand Secretariat.png Grand Secretariat


Emblem Diwang.png Diwang

Ministries & Secretariats:

Ministry of Truth | Ministry of Purity | Ministry of Stability


Chao Suweiai formerly known as National Diet


Gong Suweiai | Sifang Suweiai

Defunct: Emblem Seanad.png The Seanad | The Imperial Yuan Emblem Yuan.png


Political Factions:

Guanchang | Kantai-ha (Navy) | Gunbatsu (Army) | Shanghu (Traders)

Defunct:Kuominliantang logo.png Kuominliantang | Nokarodo logo.png Nokarodo Faction | Badao logo.png Badao Party


Other institutions


Tianchao Chuandui | Imperial Armed Forces | Young Wandering Society | Tegong


Subdivisions

Emblem of the Yuan.

The Imperial Yuan is the lower house of the National Diet of Jingdao. The Seanad is its upper house.

The Yuan has 54 members, elected for a 90-ASC year term (three months). Each District has one seat, which grants a certain advantage to the rural Provinces with more districts. 28 seats are required for a majority. The predecessor of the lower house was the Imperial Assembly.

History as Imperial Assembly

A special meeting of the Imperial Assembly.

The Imperial Assembly was the elective and legislative chamber of the Jingdaoese Empire during the Minshu Period. Elections were planned to be held every 15 daor (3 AN Years).

The Assembly came into power with the ascension of the Zettai Emperor to the Throne in 1631 AN. Original plans to establish it as a strong, independent legislative institution with more or the same amount of power as the Emperor were soon thwarted, after heavy protests of ultranationalists. This kind of limited constitutional democracy (for Jingdaoese standards still enormous) led to it being called the Minshu Period. The 1634 Elections even saw a landslide victory for the National-Centrist Party of the Rising Sun, with an election program which would further strengthen imperial power.

With the Sheng Restoration in 1640 AN, the Assembly stopped functioning. Criticism on the institution existed since its beginning: ultranationalists saw in it the decline of old fashioned standards, while progressives called it a rubber stamp institution. The result was that two factions tried - directly or indirectly - to undermine its existence and power. It would take until 1647 AN that new elections, now for a reformed Yuan, would take place.

History as Imperial Yuan

The Xianfa Constitution introduced a reformed legislative chamber which replaced the now defunct Assembly. The Imperial Yuan, now endorsed by the Xianfa Emperor to quell the worst excesses of socialist agitation, was a success in terms of limiting a take over by progressives. It, however, gave men like Ming Wei and his Nokarodo Faction a place to express their ideology. When Ming Wei died in suspicious circumstances during the first year of the Hai Emperor's reign, this resulted in a heavy backlash. The outbreak of rebellion in the poorer, northern districts around Lake Christoph (the Xianbei Defiance) resulted in a crackdown on the socialist movements.

With most socialists in jail for supporting (or being perceived of having supported) a rebellion against the Imperial Household, new elections were held. The traditional Kuominliantang and Nokarodo Faction were swept away by the Badao Party, which under leadership of the Second Princess Yuling (and sister of the Hai Emperor) tried to strengthen imperial power.

With the outbreak of the war elections were put on hold, as the survival of the Realm prevailed. The war, especially among the millions of young people who were send to the fronts or factories, influenced many to rethink the existing political system. The mutinies in 1656 on the Dalmacijan front placed the Hai Emperor - and later the Meiyo Emperor - for new challenges and pushed the Jingdaoese elite further towards favouring stronger ties with its economical strong ally, Passio-Corum, and eventually establishing the Bassarid Federation.


Elections

1632 Assembly

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Party logo Party name Leader Ideology Colours % of the total votes % of the total seats Seat change Seats in 1632
NCP logo.png National-Centrist Party of the Rising Sun Alexander Myksos Jingdaoese Nationalism, market centralism Dark red 41,52% 45,8% New
179 / 391
100px Royal Kildarian Party Theodosius Myksos Regionalism, monarchism Dark blue 28,34% 32,0% New
129 / 391
UJPP logo.png United Jingdaoese Populist Party Lorenzo di Focanzo Montini Regionalism, Big Tent Light blue 18,31% 20,7% New
81 / 391
NRP logo.png National Republican Party of Norfolk Franklin Ross Jingdaoese Nationalism, protectionism, militarism Red 6,70% 0,8% New
3 / 391
PPT logo.png Partito Populare de Tyrenia Giacomo Contarini Regionalism, Big Tent Light blue 5,13% 0,8% New
3 / 391

1634 Assembly Elections


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Party logo Party name Leader Ideology Colours % of the total votes % of the total seats Seat change Seats in 1634
NCP logo.png National-Centrist Party of the Rising Sun Alexander Myksos Jingdaoese Nationalism, market centralism, militarism, Emperor Worship Dark red 49,04% 63,4% +69
248 / 391
UJPP logo.png United Jingdaoese Populist Party Lorenzo di Focanzo Montini Regionalism, Big Tent Light blue 37,07% 35,3% +57
138 / 391
PPT logo.png Partito Populare de Tyrenia Giacomo Contarini Regionalism, Big Tent Light blue 7,64% 0,8% =
3 / 391
LTA logo.png Liberal Trade Alliance Walter Poldark Liberalism Grey 4,81% 0,5% New
2 / 391
NRP logo.png National Republican Party of Norfolk Franklin Ross Jingdaoese Nationalism, protectionism, militarism Red 1,44% 0% -3
0 / 391


1647 Yuan Elections

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Party logo Party name Leader Ideology Colours % of the total votes % of the total seats Seat change Seats in 1647
Kuominliantang logo.png Kuominliantang Chiang Shun Jingdaoese Nationalism, militarism, Emperor Worship Dark red 87,32% 83,33% +77
325 / 391
Nokarodo logo.png Nokarodo Faction Ming Wei Jingdaoese Nationalism, socialism Red and yellow 12,68% 16,67% +65
65 / 391

1650 Yuan Elections

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Party logo Party name Leader Ideology Colours % of the total votes % of the total seats Seat change Seats in 1650
Badao logo.png Badao Party Second Princess Yuling Jingdaoese Nationalism, Emperor Worship,

restoration of Imperial Power

Silver 57,41% +221
221 / 391
Kuominliantang logo.png Kuominliantang Chiang Shun Jingdaoese Nationalism, militarism, Emperor Worship Dark red 40,74% -89
159 / 391
Nokarodo logo.png Nokarodo Faction Tsukono Wei Socialism, republicanism Red and yellow 1,85% -58
7 / 391


1657 Yuan Elections

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Party logo Party name Leader Ideology Colours % of the total votes % of the total seats Seat change Seats in 1657
Badao logo.png Badao Party Tzao Yao, Field Marshall Jingdaoese Nationalism, Emperor Worship,

restoration of Imperial Power

Silver 25,10% -123
98 / 391
Nokarodo logo.png Nokarodo Faction Tsukono Wei Socialism, republicanism Red and yellow 18,9% +67
74 / 391
100px Kyosanto Union Yamato Wei Communism, republicanism Yellow 12,02% +47
47 / 391
Kuominliantang logo.png Kuominliantang Masaaki Yamazaki Jingdaoese Nationalism, militarism, Emperor Worship Dark red 11,77% -113
46 / 391
100px Jiyuto Alliance Shinzo Nikai Liberalism Blue 8,70% +34
34 / 391
100px Guoji Party Seiko Abe Social democrats, internationalism, pro-Kildarian autonomy Pink 7,41% +29
29 / 391
100px Aikokusha Society Militarism, patriotism, liberalism Light blue 6,65% +26
26 / 391
100px Tohokai Fascism, expansionism, ethnic segregation Black 5,38% +21
21 / 391
100px Harmonious Centrist Party Centrism, Emperor Worship, conservatism Orange 3,07% +12
12 / 391
Flag Yuandao.png Yuanist Revival Association Reactionary, Windsorist movement seeking to place a yuanist on the Throne Green 1,02% +4
4 / 391