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Most pollsters now placed the MPU at about 50% support, the Bagelcraticans surging towards 15% (up from 5%), and the Solidarity Party falling to 25% and the far-right Benacia for Benacians Party holding its solid 10% base.
 
Most pollsters now placed the MPU at about 50% support, the Bagelcraticans surging towards 15% (up from 5%), and the Solidarity Party falling to 25% and the far-right Benacia for Benacians Party holding its solid 10% base.
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==The Fury of 1676==
 
==The Fury of 1676==

Revision as of 22:49, 4 December 2019

The Fury

Coat of arms of Drak-Modan

Seats in the Fury
Motto Stability, Prosperity, Progress
Formation 23 Friedeber 1671
Type Unicameral national legislature
Location Drakorda, Drak-Modan
Membership Representatives
Chancellor Davit Teimuraz

The Fury is the unicameral legislature of Drak-Modan. It is the voice of the people of Drak-Modan. Control of the chamber is often contested between nativist groups, pro-Benacian groups, and pro-Natopian groups.

Function

The Frenzy is composed of 400 representatives elected from electoral districts of equal population. The Fury selects a Chancellor by passing a resolution by a simple majority. The Fury may also pass a resolution to call for a general election for chancellor. The Chancellor is the presiding officer of the legislature and also sets internal and domestic policy as Drak-Modans's head of government.

A Speaker of the Fury is often appointed by the Chancellor and the Speaker handles almost all of the Chancellor's parliamentary and legislative responsibilities. The current Speaker of the Fury is Tinker Sprocket.

The Fury of 1679

Campaign

Anticipating the impending abdication of Nathan II due to the Bovic schism agreements, Chancellor Teimuraz announced he would call for new Frenzy elections during the first month of 1679, hoping that the king's abdication would result in a higher voter turnout for his party. The new Frenzy would be in place before Nathan II's abdication at the end of 1679 and would be able to have stronger "public mandate" and control over the outgoing king, the new governor-general, and the new king John Waffel-Paine.

The Solidarity Party and BBP announced a stronger coalition and several new policies that would make the elections of 1679 more focused on Drak-Modani policies and less so on the divisive issue of Natopianization. Although the king himself was popular, the implication that Drak-Modan was a Natopian puppet state lingered over many Drak-Modani people, giving rise to the MPU and BfB parties. The Alliance for Solidarity and Support would now be able to advocate for a more equitable and pragmatic bilateral relationship with Natopia after the personal union ends.

Early polling shows voters are wary of the MPU's perceived lack of support for the Raspur Pact. A majority of older Drak-Modani who lived under Shireroth, report that Raspur Pact membership protections are important now that Modan is not an integral component of the Shirerithian empire and that Raspur Pact membership is "critical" or "very important" to Drak-Modan's long-term survival, stability, and prosperity.

Two months before the elections were scheduled to take place, the MPU softened its stance on the Raspur Pact, publicly announcing that it would not seek to remove Drak-Modan from the Pact and that a MPU-led government would uphold the Pact and support Raspur allies. Within several weeks of this announcement, polling indicated that support for the Solidarity Party was collapsing as a result single-issue pro-Raspur voters leaving the party in favor of the MPU. To help prevent a total loss of support, the Solidarity Party hardened its stance on getting tougher on Natopia, this alienated the party's base, which began to shift towards the Bagelcratican Party.

Most pollsters now placed the MPU at about 50% support, the Bagelcraticans surging towards 15% (up from 5%), and the Solidarity Party falling to 25% and the far-right Benacia for Benacians Party holding its solid 10% base.

Party Logo Party Leader Ideology Colour Seats
Solidarity Party Kamil Gavrilov Centrism, Pro-Raspur, Natopian-tolerant Blue
112 / 400
The Modani People's Union Davit Teimuraz Conservatism, Populist, Raspur-neutral, anti-Natopian Red
195 / 400
Benacian Bagelcratican Party Arslan Djangirov Progressive, Pro-Raspur, pro-Natopian, Green
57 / 400
Benacia for Benacians Boghos Aygul Reactionary, anti-Raspur, anti-Natopian Maroon
36 / 400

The Fury of 1676

Party Logo Party Leader Ideology Colour Seats
Solidarity Party Kamil Gavrilov Centrism, Pro-Raspur, Natopian-tolerant Blue
142 / 400
The Modani People's Union Davit Teimuraz Conservatism, Populist, Raspur-neutral, anti-Natopian Red
168 / 400
Benacian Bagelcratican Party Arslan Djangirov Progressive, Pro-Raspur, pro-Natopian, Green
21 / 400
Benacia for Benacians Boghos Aygul Reactionary, anti-Raspur, anti-Natopian Maroon
69 / 400

A change in public opinion promoted a realignment of voter's interests in 1676, fueled mainly by the Bovinist Schism of 1676 which saw anti-Natopian sentiments on the rise. The Benacian Bagelcratican Party lost many of its voters and the Modani People's Union achieved a major victory in the promised abdication of Nathan II in 1679 but not enough to secure the chancellorship. Several rounds of coalition negotiations eventually brought the Modani People's Union together with Benacia for Benacias to form the Drak-Modan First Movement. Many of the more mainstream members of the BfB Party were able to be convinced to join the coalition without having to adopt the most xenophobic planks of the BfB Party platform. The ruling faction promised a continued push towards building bilateral alliances with Benacian neighbors, to begin to equalize the special relationship with Natopia, and continue Drak-Modan's commitments to the Raspur Pact.

The opposition parties remain aligned in the Alliance for Solidarity and Support.

The Fury of 1671

Party Logo Party Leader Ideology Colour Seats
Solidarity Party Kamil Gavrilov Centrism, Pro-Raspur, Natopian-tolerant Blue
164 / 400
The Modani People's Union Davit Teimuraz Conservatism, Populist, Raspur-neutral, anti-Natopian Red
115 / 400
Benacian Bagelcratican Party Arslan Djangirov Progressive, Pro-Raspur, pro-Natopian, Green
71 / 400
Benacia for Benacians Boghos Aygul Reactionary, anti-Raspur, anti-Natopian Maroon
50 / 400

The 1671 government of Drak-Modan was formed by a coalition of the Chancellor's Solidarity Party and the Benacian Bagelcratican Party known as the Alliance for Solidarity and Support. The ruling faction promised a balance between building alliances and solidarity with other Vulture States to secure the long-term future prosperity of the continent while also recognizing the essential need for support from Natopia and other Raspur Pact allies.

The opposition parties did not have a formal voting bloc agreement, but frequently voted together. The Modani People's Union, a populist party that rejects all Natopian influence in Drak-Modan and frequently calls for the abdication of Nathan II and increased powers for the governor-general. Benacia for Benacians is a far-right xenophobic political party that calls for the deportation of all people not born on Benacia and rejects the foreign entanglements and burdens that the Raspur Pact places on regular Modani people.

Laws

Laws passed by the Fury are categorized as Core Acts or Regular acts. Core acts describe the government while regular acts establish rules.