The Left for Progress (or Left for Progress Party this is not evident; shortly just Progress or LP) is a centre-left political party in Luthori. They voters is mostly the youths, who grow up in the reign of the conservative White Rose.
The party was formed in December, 4728, so the Progress is the youngest political movement in Luthori. They first election was at July, 4729.
The founded of the Progress
The Party from Shipleyriding, the most progressive region of Luthori. Exact, the Party from the city of Clamfeld. An immigrant from Alduria, Collot Emmillion was a professor of the local university. He was a litterateur professor, he was write a lot of writings against the conservative government in the Clamfeld Newspaper, the University Times, and to the larger Shipleyriding Morning. Some of his readers was contacted him to create a party for the centre-left, liberal people. Emmillion was thinking, but accepted the proposal. And they created the LP.
The Party founded in the Clamfeld Republic University. Founding members:
- Collot Emmillion (age 35)
- Louisa Wood (age 25)
- Xander Fletcher (age 21)
- Calvin Brooks (age 30)
- Ella-Rose Hughes (age 32)
- William Hughes (age 40)
- Zahn Clarke (age 23)
- Kyle Walsh (age 36)
- Alyssa Mitchell (age 29)
- Lillie Harvey (age 24)
- Jessica Adams (age 19)
- Dakota Fuller (age 20)
- Baylee Barber (age 18)
- Jasmine Murray (age 26)
The First Congress of the Delegates
Read more about this: The First Congress of the Delegates (LP)
The First Congress of the Delegates was at December, 4728 with the attended of the founding members. The result of the internal election for the party leadership and the position of the Supreme Super-delegate:
|Collot Emmilion||12 vote|
|William Hughes||2 vote|
The winner was Emmillion and after the election he become the Supreme Super-delegate of the Progress to December, 4730.
After the internal election they create the Internal Rules of the Left for Progress Party what the membership unanimously accepted.
The Second Congress of the Delegates
Read more about this: The Second Congress of the Delegates (LP).
The Second Congress of the Delegates was at January, 4729 with attended of 5,00 new party delegate. (Because after the First Congress the Party was expanded in the whole country and for the time of the Second Congress the Progress's had 5,500 party members and five regional organizations.)
The Second Congress was appointed the LP's candidates for the election at July, 4729. There is two proposals for the candidates, one from the Social Democratic Fraction, and an another from the Centrist Fraction. The Social Democratic Fraction's leader is Emmillion, the Centrist Fraction's leader is Ella-Rose Hughes. The exact result of the voting:
|The Social Democratic Fraction's proposal||398 vote|
|The Centrist Fraction's proposal||102 vote|
The First Bill
After the Second Congress the Left for Progress Party (with 0 seats in the National Assembly) create a bill against nominal nobility and for a candidates debate. The official name of this bill is "Proposals from the Left for Progress Party (Candidates Debate and the question of Nobility)". The partial result of this bill is clear success. There is 108 "yes" vote and 33 "no" vote.
The First Election of the Party
Read more about this: 4729 Luthorian Parliamentary Election
At July, 4729 there was an election in Luthori. This was the first election of the party with a terrible result. Because the LP get just 36,096 vote. The Progress still stuck outside from the National Assembly.
The Third Congress of the Delegates
Read more about: The Third Congress of the Delegates (LP)
After the terrible election result, Emmillion requested a distrust vote against himself. But the majority of the party delegates want to Emmillion stay in position. The exact result of the distrust vote is the next:
|Emmillion stay in position||357 vote|
|Emmillion don't stay in position||143 vote|
So, Emmillion is stay in position. But Louisa Wood was resigned without hesitate. The Congress decided to elect a new candidate for Head of Government in the Fourth Congress.