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New Cymru elections have swung around again.

The leading parties are as follows

New Cymru Socialist Party. Party leader, Hon. Joshua Williams, Incumbent.

A new addition to this years ballot, the Socialist party was formed by a merge of over half of the Labour Party with the New Cymru Marxist Party. The rest of the Labour Party has been dramatically effected by this move, which effectively removed their power base.

New Cymru Reform Party. Party Leader, Hon. Glenn Price.

Another new addition, the Reform Party seeks to, in their own words, undo the mistakes of the administration, and improve the quality of life for all of the Cymraeg.

New Cymru Heritage Party. Party Leader, Hon. Clyde Thomas.

The Heritage Party hopes to take New Cymru back to it's roots, and keep the traditional Cymraeg values alive in modern world.

New Cymru Green Party. Party Leader, Hon. Robert Sharp.

The Green Party hope to begin a decisive campaign of environmental efforts, including a severe reduction in dirty power sources, and alternative transportation.

Please address any questions to a specific party, or all shall give their answer.

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We have recieved information that Joshua Williams, current High Minister of New Cymru, and leader of the Socialist Party, is stepping down from his leadership role in the party, in favour of Brian Ellis, a NCU graduate in economics and combat strategy.

Even with the retirement of High Minister Williams, we still hope that the Socialist Party will achieve victory in this election.

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Even with the retirement of High Minister Williams, we still hope that the Socialist Party will achieve victory in this election.
Byzantium endorses the New Cymru Socialist Party.

Saboria can say nothing but "We second both of these comments", because they say what we wanted to say.

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*Private Musings of the Emperor*

Let's hope our allies can continue to be Socialist; one more socialist in the world is a great benefactor to us...

*Public Announcement*

We support Socialists, for the most part, however we would like to know what the Socialist party would like to do, if they were in fact elected to continue being the leading party?

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Well, for starters, we would implement a major infrastructure overhaul, which is the current focus for the party. We would also continue with our government funded education and healthcare programmes. We would continue with our current military programme, which includes superior training for smaller numbers of troops. This maximises output while minimising expense, freeing up funding for other areas.

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If Mr. Williams endorses Mr. Ellis, we feel comfortable with him being elected.

To all parties. What are your views on the close relationship Promised Land and New Cymru have had for some time, now? What, if anythything, would you do to improve it even further?

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Socialist Party:

We feel that the current situation is beneficial to both parties. We here consider Promised Land to be friends and allies, and we do not plan for that to change.

Reform Party:

While we too understand the importance of Promised Land's support, we feel that such a relationship shall go on the back burner while we address critical, unresolved issues in the state.

Heritage Party:

Promised Land has always been good to us, and have always supported our sovereignty. While we hope to continue such an alliance, rekindling the cultural aspect of our nation is paramount.

Green Party:

We too support the alliance. We would however, be more comfortable if Promised Land extended some extra research funding into clean power sources.

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***Private message to Joshua Williams***

You will understand if I ask that your successor NOT be informed of my identity, I suppose?

~Subtleknifewielder

Socialist Party:

We feel that the current situation is beneficial to both parties. We here consider Promised Land to be friends and allies, and we do not plan for that to change.

thank you.

Reform Party:

While we too understand the importance of Promised Land's support, we feel that such a relationship shall go on the back burner while we address critical, unresolved issues in the state.

Understandable.

Heritage Party:

Promised Land has always been good to us, and have always supported our sovereignty. While we hope to continue such an alliance, rekindling the cultural aspect of our nation is paramount.

We can understand this, most certainly.

Green Party:

We too support the alliance. We would however, be more comfortable if Promised Land extended some extra research funding into clean power sources.

We assure the Green Party that our primary source of power is solar power, and in certain regions, hydroelectric power.

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ooc: Any possibility of a... Dragonisian Style Francoism candidate? ^..^ Especially if he's getting.. funding from private donors? :-P Mind you, it's a relative of socialism so maybe I can just corrupt the socialist heheh.

OOC: *Growls* No corrupting my socialists!

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