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Communist Party of Luthori
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Party Leader
Founded
4560
Dissolved
Headquarters
Fort William, Luthori
Nation
Holy Luthorian Empire
Student Wing
Students for Communism
Youth Wing
The Young Communists
Ideology
Communism, metzism, progressivism, internationalism, green politics
International Affiliation
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Official Color
FF0000
Political Position
Far-left
Imperial Diet
18 / 150
Duchies Diets Seats
0 / 500
Website
CPL.lu
https://particracy.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Politics_of_Luthori
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https://particracy.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Elections_in_luthori


The Communist Party of Luthori is a political party in Luthori created from a merger of the Free Socialist Labour Party and the former Communist Party of Luthori. It has been the largest party in Luthori many years since its creation in 4560. Its main goal was the establishment of a People's Republic in Luthori and the abolition of the Empire.

History Edit

In 4572, the party changes its name from "Communist Party of Luthori" to "Movement for a Worker's Republic".
In 4583, the change is reverted following the departure of the libertarian faction.

Leadership of Pierre Morrison Edit

In 4591, the party makes the lowest score of its history, while the new Social Democrat Party enters the parliament with 14.6 % of the votes.
The party leader, Pierre Morrison, claims that he will try to give a new look to his great party.
Despite making its lowest score, the party enters in a government with White Rose, supported by the SDP.
The coalition loses the support of the SDP after a disagrement over the education budget. The SDP calls for an early election.
Following the early election and the historical defeat of the CPL, Pierre Morrison decides to step out as a leader of the party, although he will stay president of Luthori till the end of his term. "It is now time for me to give the party to someone else. Our great popular movement needs a new departure."
Jack Lilliath is elected as the new leader of the party.

Leadership of Jack Lilliath Edit

In 4596, despite making large gains, the party stays in opposition
In 4599, the party loses some seats, mainly due to the entrance of new parties in parliament. It then decides to form a coalition with the SDP and White Rose. It is the Democratic Coalition.
In 4604, the party declares being "betrayed" by the SDP which called an early election. It decides then to stay in the opposition.
At the Luthori Parliamentary Election 4608, the party makes its better score since 4585. This is probably due to the unpopular increase of the retirement age from 63 to 65 years old and to the dissolution of the former NRIR and SDP to form the NDA.
The party decides then to form a new government with the NDA.
The government proves itself to be very effective but is also unpopular. This is why the CPL loses the election of 4611 and is relegated in the opposition.
In 4613, the party manages to reach almost 30% of the votes, although it ends up second.
The party participates in the 4614 Anti-liberalisation bill protests and is accused by the parties of the Urquhart Cabinet I of controlling the trade unions. Jack Lilliath denies any form of control.
At the 4617 election, the party regains the first place and enters in the Franklin II Cabinet.
In 4620 the party is banned for "domestic terrorism" and for their involvement in the 4614 Anti-liberalisation bill protests.
A few months after, the party ban is repealed by the Constitutional Court of Luthori.
At 76 years old, Jack Lilliath decides to retire from politics. Its daughter will be the candidate for the presidential election, while the party leader is to be elected.
Harry Franklin wins the 4621 party leadership election and therefore is the new leader of the CPL.

Decline and Franklin III and IV cabinets Edit

In 4623, unable to form a government, the CPL calls for an early election.
Despite engaging in negotiations, the CPL is unable to enter in a governing majority with the other parties.
Harry Franklin is re-elected leader of the party in 4626.
In 4628, the party stays the first party, despite losing seats. It is then part of the opposition to the Daeva Cabinet II.
In 4631, Harry Franklin is re-elected by a close margin leader of the CPL.
Despite declining results, both in the parliamentary and in the presidential elections, the CPL forms the Franklin III and Franklin IV cabinets successively. Those cabinets focused on "restoring human rights in Luthori" after years of far-right rule in the Empire.
The Franklin IV Cabinet falls after the SDP and WR decide to call for an early election, estimating that the seats in the Diet left vacant after the dissolution of the Center Alliance have to be filled to ensure full representation. The CPL takes this decision as a betrayal from the SDP and WR and decides not to pursue the coalition after the election.

New leadership and rebound Edit

In 4636, Caroline Baker surprisingly wins the CPL leadership election and thus becomes the first woman to be elected at this position.
In 4641, after a political crisis that lasted for a few years and the collapse of the Kingston Cabinet I, the CPL finally finds an agreement and Philip Hopkins becomes Prime Minister in a government composed of the same parties: the Hopkins I Cabinet.
At the 4641 CPL leadership election, Caroline Baker is re-elected as the president of the CPL.

Hopkins I Cabinet Edit

After the election, the CPL enters in the Hopkins I Cabinet with the SDP, WR and LDP. The cabinet increased social spending and decreased military spending. Prostitution was legalised and many progressive reforms were made.

4644 Election Edit

The 4644 general election is a big deception and a historical defeat for the CPL, which only gains over 10 % of the votes. It is also the first time a CPL candidate doesn't reach the second round of the presidential/imperatorial election.

4645 Election Edit

The CPL gains 11 seats at the early election that follows. The party however sits in the opposition and the Hopkins I Cabinet is now over.

In the opposition Edit

Caroline Baker loses the CPL leadership election in 4646. The party presidency is now held by Ahmed Al-Sissi who promised to "return to the roots of the CPL: equality, tolerance and anti-fascism".

4649 Election

In the 4649 election, the CPL is the biggest winner from the dissolution of the LDP and gains 52 seats.

The CPL is however left in the opposition to the Pope William's Cabinet.

Huge decline

The CPL loses the 4651 election and only receives 6.71 % of the votes, an historical decline. Ahmed Al-Sissi decided not to step down as the leader of the party because "the party needs a strong leader". This decline is explained by the rise of the New Left Alliance.

Jackson-Wright Cabinet Edit

Following the 4653 early election and after a political crisis that lasted for 2 years, the party joins the Jackson-Wright Cabinet. The cabinet was quickly over and just managed to increase corporation tax and provide abortion funding. Following the dissolution of the Patriots Party, the CPL calls for an early election.

In the opposition Edit

Although the party reaches the second position and gains votes, this election is seen as a huge deception for Ahmed Al-Sissi because of the rise of the far-right HLC. The CPL ministers resign and still do not want to enter in a coalition with the HLC.

The party stays in the opposition to the Pope William's Cabinet II which obtained the support of the SDP.

The HLC manages to pass ultra-conservative religious reform, angering the CPL representatives.

At the next election, the HLC declines heavily but the CPL loses two seats while gaining 0.11 % of the votes.

Following the decision of the CPL not to enter in a coalition with the ICP, the WR and the SDP since they supported part of the HLC reforms, the CPL stays in the opposition to the Stinson II Cabinet.

Following the fall of the Stinson II cabinet and the 4662 early election, the party stays in second position and gains one seat.

Hopkins II Cabinet Edit

The CPL manages to form a socially progressive cabinet with White Rose, the ICP, the PP and the WPL known as the Hopkins II Cabinet. The cabinet manages to pass most of its program before falling.

4665 early election

The Hopkins II Cabinet falls after the Justice Party of Luthori votes in favor of an early election motion. Following the election, the CPL wins 4 seats. After the election, however, following a broken promise of the CPL and the JPL to support a common candidate for the Imperator election, the ICP and White Rose leave the cabinet, leaving only the CPL and JPL in the Hopkins II Cabinet.

4666 CPL Leadership election

20 years after the last leadership election, a new contestant, Mary Cooper, tries to become the next CPL leader. She fails to win the election against Ahmed Al-Sissi who receives more than 65 % of the casted votes.

4666 early election

The CPL gains 9 seats and reaches 16.68 % of the votes.

In the opposition (4666-4683) Edit

The party manages to pass the "An Economy for the People" bill that fixes the exchange rate and regulates the economy.

4670 early election

The party makes one of its worst results after the election and gains just over 10 % of the votes, despite the dissolution of the far-left JPL.

4674 early election

The party bounces from its previous bad results and reaches the third place.

4677 early election

The election is called after the dissolution of More Artania. The CPL continues to grow.

4678 early election

The party stagnates after the election and the dissolution of the HLC

November 4678 early election

This time ,after the dissolution of the UCP, the party gains 19.90 percent of the votes. However, an early election will be called within the following two years and the dissolution of the Patriots Party.

4680 early election

The CPL wins the election and becomes the first party with 25.72 % of the votes. The CPL Imperator candidate, Philip Hopkins, wins the election with 57 % of the votes. It is the first time since many years that a CPL-candidate wins the election of the Imperator.

However, the SDP, which was also a winner of the election, decides to form a cabinet with the ICP, which leaves the CPL in the opposition.

Election of Anthony Maker as the new CPL-Leader

Following the 4681 CPL Leadership Election, Anthony Maker becomes the new president of the CPL after the death of Ahmed Al-Sissi. Anthony Maker is part of the center wing of the CPL.

4682 early election

After the violent dissolution of the ICP and the new election, the CPL stays stable but cabinet negotiations are looking difficult because of the rise of the far-right.

Maker I and II Cabinets (4683-4692) Edit

The CPL nonetheless forms a cabinet with Anthony Maker as Prime Minister. The Maker I Cabinet passes center-left reforms and laws with the far-right in the opposition.

The CPL endures heavy losses in 4687 but stays the second party in Luthori behind the far-right Luthori First.

The CPL is relegated in the opposition for more than 1 year due to the decision of the People's Reform, a centre-right party, to enter in a cabinet with LF and White Rose.

The PR comes back to its decision and finally decides to support a new center-left cabinet with Anthony Maker at its head, the Maker II Cabinet.

The EMILY's List, with the support of the SDP and the far-right, manages to pass a law banning contraceptives for religious reasons. It is unacceptable for Anthony Maker to see such a bill pass under its leadership and the CPL calls for an early election in 4691. The election is won by the SDP with the CPL further declining, although it stays the second party of the country.

Further decline in the opposition and pre-revolutionary situation (4692-4695) Edit

The Allen I Cabinet, which is seen as an humiliation by the communists, is composed of all the parties except the CPL. It only lasts for a year and is quickly replaced by the Conservative Coalition made of far-right parties after the 4693 election where the CPL continued its decline. These coalition were highly unstable because of dissolving parties and an early election was called for 4694.

The election saw a resurgence of the CPL and the overall communist movement with 40 % of the votes casted for communist parties.

The largest party at the time, the LCP dissolved. This lead to the formation of the communist Maker III Cabinet in 4695 despite the opposition of the monarchist party White Rose.

Communist revolution (4695-4697) Edit

In 4697, the party organises with the RPL the Communist Revolution. The country is renamed People's Republic of Luthori, the Imperial Diet is renamed into People's Council and the number of seats is reduced to 90.

Many new communist laws regulating the economy are passed and the transition towards a communist economy is on the way.

Since the communist takeover was made without a full Diet, the communist parties decided to give way to the demands of the opposition and agreed to an early election, thinking that they would win.

4697 early election

In the opposition (4697-4712) Edit

After the early election , the opposition won 49 seats out of 90 while the communist government won 41 seats. It is a defeat for the communists and the Weston II Cabinet is formed. The new right-wing to far-right cabinet removed all the communist laws until 4702, excepted the changes regarding the names of the country or the assembly.

From 4702, a political crisis followed and 3 early elections took place between 4704 and 4707. In none of these elections, had the communists a majority. White Rose was the first party in all of these elections and formed cabinets with various right-wing or far-right parties which dissolved one after the other, which is the reason of the political crisis.

During the political crisis, the number of seats in the People's Council was changed from 90 to 350.

In 4707, the CPL became the third party. Stability returned as White Rose formed the T. Weston III Cabinet with the support of the SDP. It is a policy shift from the SDP which leaves its old communist partners in the opposition and starts following the liberal economic policies of White Rose. The new cabinet did nothing significant, except a huge reform removing most of the environmental regulations in Luthori.

Hamm I Cabinet (4712-4719) Edit

In the 4712 parliamentary election became the fourth party and won 18.66 % of the votes, a slight increased. However, their allies, the Anarchist Action won 22.24 % of the votes, which made the Communist Alliance a powerful political force. Following the dissolution of the Royalists, the Communist Alliance was left with a majority of seats and formed the Hamm I Cabinet under the presidency of Anthony Maker. The cabinet passed numerous laws regulating the economy, as well as socially progressive reforms. A reform of the People's Council was introduced and its number of seats was reduced to 150.

In 4717, the cabinet did not reach a majority of seats needed to continue governing. The CPL, however, has increased its vote share and received 19.29 % of the votes. The Hamm stayed a caretaker government until the far-right opposition could form one.

In 4718, Anthony Maker decides to step down from the CPL leadership. A leadership election took place in 4718 and Graham Philips was elected.

In the opposition (4719-4725) Edit

In 4719, the far-right T. Weston IV Cabinet starts to govern. Luthori started to become progressively a theocractic state and the Holy Luthorian Empire was restored. Theses changes were vigorously opposed by the CPL.

In 4722, the CPL came out as the first party in the country with 26.75 % of the votes, a record since 4624. Due to inactive parties, some laws passed by the far-right were repealed. However, a political crisis started and other early elections took place in 4723 and 4724. In 4724, the CPL saw a sudden drop in its vote share with only 14.43 % of the votes gathered.

Governmental participation (4725-4729) Edit

To solve the political crisis, the CPL participated in an emergency cabinet, the Ferina I Cabinet with the LDU. The cabinet lasted less than a year before the formation of the left-wing Blau I Cabinet and Bat-Elle I Cabinet lead by the IS.

Those cabinet added substantial changes to the lives of Luthorian with the abolition of military service and the death penalty, the legalisation of euthanasia and the expansion of the right to strike.

Second Republic Edit

The government, with the help of the Bloc of the Left, which had changed its policies from pro-empire to pro-republican,proclaims the Second Republic of Luthori in 4728, restores the president offices, renames Duchies into Regions and the Imperial Diet into the National Assembly.

In the opposition (4729-today) Edit

In 4729, the far-right pro-empire opposition wins the election and gains 78 seats out of 150 while the CPL keeps losing votes and loses 3 more seats. The T. Weston Cabinet V is very criticized by the CPL. A large part of the changes of the previous cabinet are undone: euthanasia is banned, abortion is banned except in cases of rape and medical emergencies, military service is restored. In addition, due to the dissolution of other left-wing pro-republican parties, the government manages to bring back the Holy Luthorian Empire and abolishes the Second Republic.

Ideology Edit

The party is described as a far-left party by media and observers. The party doesn't agree with the far-left classification, saying it is part of the" real left", the "people's left".
The party advocates state intervention and nationalisations as "the real way to have a functioning economy for the people".
It is also socially progressive and is in favor of abortion, LGBT rights, positive discrimination and women's rights.

Political Program Edit

See : Political programs of the Communist Party of Luthori

Leadership Edit

CPL leaders Edit

Year Name
4564-4594 Pierre Morrison
4594-4621 Jack Lilliath
4621-4636 Harry Franklin
4636-4646 Caroline Baker
4646-4681 Ahmed Al-Sissi
4681-4718 Anthony Maker
4718-today Graham Philips

Leadership elections Edit

Date Winner
4621 Harry Franklin
4626 Harry Franklin
4631 Harry Franklin
4636 Caroline Baker
4641 Caroline Baker
4646 Ahmed Al-Sissi
4651 Ahmed Al-Sissi
4656 Ahmed Al-Sissi
4661 Ahmed Al-Sissi
4666 Ahmed Al-Sissi
4671 Ahmed Al-Sissi
4681 Anthony Maker
4686 Anthony Maker
4691 Anthony Maker
4696 Anthony Maker
4701 Anthony Maker
4706 Anthony Maker
4711 Anthony Maker
4716 Anthony Maker
4718 Graham Philips
4723 Graham Philips
4728 Graham Philips

Election Results Edit

Parliamentary elections Edit

Date Votes Seats Government Position
% +/- # +/-
4564 47.67 New
347 / 717
New In government 1st
January 4569 36.98 Decrease 10.69 %
268 / 717
Decrease 79 In government 1st
August 4569 38.40 Increase 1.41 %
279 / 717
Increase 11 In government 1st
4571 24.57 Decrease 13.82 %
147 / 600
Decrease 132 In government 1st
Movement for a Worker's Republic
4573 30.30 Increase 5.73 %
184 / 600
Increase 37 In government 1st
4578 22.68 Decrease 7.62 %
135 / 600
Decrease 49 In opposition 2nd
Communist Party of Luthori
4583 24.82 Increase 2.14 %
151 / 600
Increase 16 In opposition 1st
4585 37.83 Increase 13.01 %
230 / 600
Increase 79 In opposition 1st
4586 28.61 Decrease 9.22 %
173 / 600
Decrease 57 In opposition 1st
4589 29.49 Increase 0.88 %
180 / 600
Increase 8 In opposition 1st
4591 22.66 Decrease 6.83 %
135 / 600
Decrease 45 CPL-WR Coalition 1st
4593 19.61 Decrease 3.06 %
116 / 600
Decrease 19 In opposition 3rd
4596 25.38 Increase 5.77 %
155 / 600
Increase 39 In opposition 2nd
4599 21.51 Decrease 3.87 %
130 / 600
Decrease 25 The Democratic Coalition 1st
4601 22.18 Increase 0.66 %
133 / 600
Increase 3 The Democratic Coalition 1st
4603 21.96 Decrease 0.21 %
132 / 600
Decrease 1 The Democratic Coalition 1st
4604 24.08 Increase 2.12 %
146 / 600
Increase 14 In opposition 2nd
4608 36.32 Increase 12.24 %
222 / 600
Increase 76 Franklin I 1st
4611 22.58 Decrease 13.74 %
138 / 600
Decrease 84 In opposition 2nd
4613 29.52 Increase 6.94 %
180 / 600
Increase 42 In opposition 2nd
4617 35.02 Increase 5.50 %
215 / 600
Increase 35 Franklin II 1st
4619 27.91 Decrease 7.11 %
171 / 600
Decrease 44 Franklin II 1st
August 4619 28.55 Increase 0.64 %
172 / 600
Increase 1 In opposition 1st
4620 Banned
4622 28.52 New
174 / 600
Increase 174 In opposition 1st
4623 28.34 Decrease 0.19 %
174 / 600
Decrease 0 In opposition 1st
4624 28.58 Increase 0.24 %
174 / 600
Increase 0 In opposition 1st
4628 25.18 Decrease 3.40 %
153 / 600
Decrease 21 In opposition 1st
4632 21.38 Decrease 3.80 %
131 / 600
Decrease 22 Franklin III 1st
4635 19.22 Decrease 2.16 %
118 / 600
Decrease 13 Franklin III 2nd
October 4635 15.35 Decrease 3.87 %
93 / 600
Decrease 25 Franklin IV 2nd
4638 17.85 Increase 2.51 %
108 / 600
Increase 15 In opposition 2nd
4640 18.48 Increase 0.63 %
114 / 600
Increase 6 Hopkins I 2nd
4644 10.28 Decrease 8.20 %
62 / 600
Decrease 52 Hopkins I 7th
4645 12.02 Increase 1.74 %
78 / 600
Increase 11 In opposition 4th
4649 19.96 Increase 7.95 %
121 / 600
Increase 48 In opposition 1st
4651 6.72 Decrease 13.24 %
40 / 600
Decrease 81 In opposition 7th
4653 12.29 Increase 5.57 %
75 / 600
Increase 35 Jackson-Wright 4th
4655 14.18 Increase 1.89 %
72 / 500
Decrease 3 In opposition 2nd
4660 14.29 Increase 0.11 %
70 / 500
Decrease 2 In opposition 2nd
4662 14.28 Decrease 0.01 %
71 / 500
Increase 1 Hopkins II 2nd
4665 14.95 Increase 0.66 %
75 / 500
Increase 4 Hopkins II 2nd
4666 16.68 Increase 1.74 %
84 / 500
Increase 9 In opposition 2nd
4670 10.44 Decrease 6.24 %
51 / 500
Decrease 33 In opposition 6th
4674 14.54 Increase 4.10 %
22 / 150
Decrease 29 In opposition 3rd
4677 16.58 Increase 2.05 %
25 / 150
Increase 3 In opposition 4th
4678 15.52 Decrease 1.07 %
23 / 150
Decrease 2 In opposition 3rd
November 4678 19.90 Increase 4.38 %
30 / 150
Increase 7 In opposition 3rd
4680 25.72 Increase 5.83 %
39 / 150
Increase 9 In opposition 1st
4682 26.09 Increase 0.37 %
39 / 150
Increase 0 Maker 2nd
4687 19.13 Decrease 6.96 %
30 / 150
Decrease 9 In opposition 2nd
Maker II
4691 16.67 Decrease 2.46 %
26 / 150
Decrease 4 In opposition 2nd
4693 14.62 Decrease 2.04 %
22 / 150
Decrease 4 In opposition 2nd
4694 20.24 Increase 5.62 %
30 / 150
Increase 8 Maker III 2nd
4697 24.48 Increase 4.24 %
21 / 90
Decrease 9 In opposition 2nd
4702 18.78 Decrease 5.70 %
19 / 90
Decrease 2 In opposition 2nd
4704 15.29 Decrease 3.50 %
53 / 350
Increase 34 In opposition 2nd
4706 17.42 Increase 2.14 %
60 / 350
Increase 20 In opposition 2nd
4707 18.39 Increase 0.96 %
63 / 350
Increase 3 In opposition 3rd
4712 18.66 Increase 0.27 %
67 / 350
Increase 4 Hamm I 4th
4717 19.29 Increase 0.63 %
29 / 150
Decrease 38 In opposition 4th
4722 26.75 Increase 7.45 %
42 / 150
Increase 13 In opposition 1st
4723 25.18 Decrease 1.56 %
39 / 150
Decrease 3 In opposition 1st
4724 14.43 Decrease 10.75 %
21 / 150
Decrease 18 Ferina I, Blau I, Bat-Elle I 5th
4729 12.35 Decrease 2.08 %
18 / 150
Decrease 3 In opposition 6th

Presidential-Imperatorial Elections Edit

Year Candidate 1st round 2nd round Result
Votes % +/- Votes %
4573 Georgie Pierson 18,242,806 28.74 New 20,013,671 38.78 Lost
4578 George Pierson 12,007,417 18.99 Decrease 9.75 % 27,758,595 49.93 Won
4583 No candidate, supporting the SDU Won
4585 Pierre Morrison 27,628,977 42.56 New 30,763,230 52.86 Won
4586 Pierre Morrison 19,042,686 29.26 Decrease 13.30 % 31,854,849 51.98 Won
4589 Pierre Morrison 18,252,489 28.83 Decrease 0.43 % 27,161,440 46.65 Lost
4591 Pierre Morrison 14,527,466 22.28 Decrease 6.55 % 32,700,256 61.57 Won
4593 Pierre Morrison 13,153,128 20.63 Decrease 1.65 % 30,982,601 53.75 Won
4596 Jack Lilliath 15,537,478 25.13 New 26,895,302 45.61 Lost
4599 Jack Lilliath 13,487,285 20.39 Decrease 4.74 % 29,636,605 47.24 Lost
4601 Jack Lilliath 20,366,236 31.56 Increase 11.17 % 24,924,292 39.06 Lost
4603 Jack Lilliath 19,948,135 31.24 Decrease 0.32 % 24,717,145 40.27 Lost
4604 Jack Lilliath 15,745,718 23.94 Decrease 7.30 % 30,825,867 47.89 Lost
4608 Jack Lilliath 24,614,212 38.36 Increase 14.42 % 27,559,172 51.42 Won
4611 Jack Lilliath 19,256,566 29.27 Decrease 9.09 % 26,713,444 45.48 Lost
4613 Jack Lilliath 21,822,797 33.51 Increase 4.24 % 27,130,682 47.41 Lost
4617 Jack Lilliath 24,950,411 38.85 Increase 5.34 % 27,099,430 50.17 Won
March 4619 Jack Lilliath 23,628,338 36.72 Decrease 2.13 % 28,061,517 52.61 Won
August 4619 Jack Lilliath 24,072,001 37.51 Increase 0.79 % 25,887,940 48.49 Lost
4620 Banned - No candidates
4622 Diana Lilliath 18,462,466 28.22 New 28,266,400 46.79 Lost
4623 Diana Lilliath 18,679,081 28.52 Increase 0.30 % 25,964,501 43.34 Lost
4624 Diana Lilliath 19,810,122 30.00 Increase 1.48 % 27,509,491 45.01 Lost
4628 Diana Lilliath 20,705,690 32.35 Increase 2.35 % 26,954,837 47.29 Lost
4632 Diana Lilliath 19,367,820 29.79 Decrease 2.56 % 18,522,036 34.79 Lost
4635 Harry Franklin 13,018,050 19.69 Decrease 10.10 % 27,257,469 46.51 Lost
October 4635 Harry Franklin 9,709,378 14.75 Decrease 4.94 % 28,291,877 48.70 Lost
4638 Caroline Baker 12,242,366 18.62 New 28,871,653 46.82 Lost
4640 Caroline Baker 11,843,495 18.16 Decrease 0.46 % 28,301,383 46.23 Lost
4644 Caroline Baker 7,127,803 11.01 Decrease 7.15 % Lost
4645 Caroline Baker 9,609,923 15.03 Increase 4.02 % Lost
4649 Philip Hopkins 13,142,340 19.85 New 27,222,575 44.62 Lost
4651 Philip Hopkins 4,787,584 7.08 Decrease 12.77 % Lost
4653 Philip Hopkins 21,244,030 31.84 Increase 24.76 % 26,940,585 44.34 Lost
4655 Philip Hopkins 15,351,704 23.60 Decrease 8.24 % 25,224,925 41.43 Lost
4660 Philip Hopkins 9,988,645 15.75 Decrease 7.85 % 21,932,904 40.53 Lost
4662 Philip Hopkins 9,641,721 15.03 Decrease 0.72 % 28,317,114 48.74 Lost
4665 Philip Hopkins 10,220,846 15.83 Increase 0.80 % Lost
4666 Philip Hopkins 11,925,406 17.88 Increase 2.05 % Lost
4670 Philip Hopkins 8,959,628 13.95 Decrease 3.93 % Lost
4674 Philip Hopkins 9,073,354 13.81 Decrease 0.14 % Lost
4677 Philip Hopkins 13,634,568 22.19 Increase 8.38 % 19,114,261 37.74 Lost
4678 Philip Hopkins 13,882,659 22.35 Increase 0.16 % 19,626,539 38.88 Lost
Nov.4678 Philip Hopkins 18,785,687 34.03 Increase 11.68 % Lost
4680 Philip Hopkins 28,887,473 44.25 Increase 10.22 % 26,229,061 57.69 % Won
4682 Philip Hopkins 27,199,550 41.55 Decrease 2.50 % 29,746,634 50.67 % Won
4687 Philip Hopkins 15,277,982 23.77 Decrease 17.78 % 30,523,849 48.99 % Lost
4691 Anthony Maker 30,765,322 49.31 New 33,693,175 56.50 % Won
4693 Anthony Maker 18,249,542 27.71 Decrease 21.60 % 30,472,217 50.25 % Won
4694 Anthony Maker 13,678,464 25.36 Decrease 7.08 % 29,461,445 51.33 % Won
4697 Anthony Maker 16,158,184 20.63 Decrease 4.73 % 31,244,623 49.37 % Lost
4702 Anthony Maker 12,249,704 19.54 Decrease 1.09 % 25,865,983 47.12 % Lost
4704 Anthony Maker 10,279,072 15.97 Decrease 3.77 % Lost
4706 Anthony Maker 14,013,855 21.54 Increase 5.57 % Lost
4707 Anthony Maker 14,104,790 23.18 Increase 1.64 % Lost
4712 Anthony Maker 24,226,919 38.08 Increase 14.90 % 34,914,935 56.64 Won
4717 No candidate
4729 Graham Philips 8,927,920 13.54 New Lost

Regional elections Edit

Date Duchy diets seats +/- Duchy governments Dukes/Duchess
4660
60 / 500
New
5 / 5
1 / 5
4665
75 / 500
Increase 15
0 / 5
(4666-4668)
0 / 5
(4666-4668)
4 / 5
(4668-4670)
2 / 5
(4668-4670)
4670
83 / 500
Increase 8
5 / 5
2 / 5
4675
67 / 500
Decrease 16
1 / 5
1 / 5
4680
87 / 500
Increase 20
1 / 5
1 / 5
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