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Imperium Of Japan Elections (1)


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OOC: I totally may not follow how the vote goes and reserve the right to change it as I see fit. LDP is the current ruling party.
Also, 650 seats upper house, 400 seats lower house.
 
Liberal Democratic Party - The ideology of LDP is similar to the prefall United States Republican Party. While pursuing policies of free-trade/market competition, the ideology of cooperation is respected as well. However, the LDP has not espoused a well-defined, unified ideology or political philosophy, due to its long term regimes. Its members hold a variety of positions that could be broadly defined as being to the right of the opposition parties. The LDP traditionally identified itself with a number of general goals: rapid, export-based economic growth; close cooperation with the Imperium's allies in foreign and defense policies; Supports the expansion of the Imperium with willing participants.
 
The Democratic Party - Democratic Centrism pursues the following five goals.
1) Transparent, just and fair society; The Democratic Party seek to build a society governed with rules which are transparent, just and fair.
2) Free market and inclusive society; While the party argue that the free market system should "permeate" economic life, they also aim for an inclusive society which guarantees security, safety, and fair and equal opportunity for each individual.
3) Decentralized and participatory society; The party intend to devolve the centralized government powers to citizens, markets, and local governments so that people of all backgrounds can participate in decision-making.
4) Compliance with the three constitutional principles; The Democratic Party proclaim to hold the values in the meaning of the constitution to "embody the fundamental principles of the Constitution": popular sovereignty, respect for fundamental human rights, and pacifism.
5) International relations based on self-reliance and mutual coexistence: As a member of the global community, the party seek to establish Japan's international relations in the fraternal spirit of self-reliance and mutual coexistence to restore the world's trust in the country.
 
Japanese Communist Party - One of the JCP's main objectives is to make Japan a non-aligned and neutral country, in accordance with its principles of self-determination and national sovereignty.

With regards to Japan's own military forces, the JCP's current policy is that it is not principally opposed to its existence, but that it will seek to abolish it in the long term, international situation permitting.

The JCP also opposes possession of nuclear weapons by any country or the concept of military blocs. Regarding the resolution of disputes, it argues that priority must be given to peaceful means through negotiations, not to military solutions.
 
The JCP advocates that Japan issue further apologies for its actions during World War II and has condemned prime-ministerial visits to Yasukuni Shrine. In the 1930s, while the JCP was still illegal, it was the only political party to actively oppose Japan's war with China and World War II.

The JCP has traditionally been opposed to the existence of the Imperial House since the pre-war days. it is also against Japan's use of its national flag and national anthem which it sees as a relic of Japan's militarist past.
 
Rikken Seiyūkai - The party promotes big government and large-scale public spending. It often opposes social reforms and it supports bureaucratic control and militarism. Rikken Seiyūkai promotes giving additional powers to the Throne, and wishes to further expansion by any means necessary.
 
Social Democratic Party - An incredibly socialist party, the SDP's primary goals are: Advocate a significant increase in the scope of social welfare, such as healthcare, pensions, social security and disability care. Opposition to neoliberalism and neoconservatism. Complete disarmament of Japan in accordance with pacifist principles. The Imperium Military will be replaced with a force dedicated to disaster relief and foreign aid. Introduction of an environment (carbon) tax. Significant increase in the scope of wildlife protection legislation, increasing the number of protected species and setting up of protection zones. Transition from a mass-production / mass-consumption society to a sustainable society in coexistence with nature. Clampdown on harmful chemicals, e.g., restriction on use of agricultural chemicals, ban on asbestos, tackling dioxin and soil pollutants. Increased investment in public transport, encouraging a switch from road to rail, and from petrol powered buses to hybrids, electric vehicles and Light rail transit. Opposition to nuclear power, and proposes a gradual switch to wind energy as the nation's base energy source. Abolition of the death penalty. Opposition to privatisation of water.

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  1.  Liberal Democratic Party (8 votes [40.00%] - View)
  2. Democratic Party of Japan (3 votes [15.00%] - View)
  3. Japanese Communist Party (4 votes [20.00%] - View)
  4. Rikken Seiyūkai (1 votes [5.00%] - View)
  5. Social Democratic Party (4 votes [20.00%] - View)

 

final tally:

1 = 32.5
1 = 20

LDP 260 seats
DPJ 97 seats
JCP 130 seats
RS 33 seats
SDP 130 seats

LDP 160 seats
DPJ 60 seats
JCP 80 seats
RS 20 seats
SDP 80 seats

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