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Latest revision as of 06:56, 29 March 2019

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2nd General Assembly
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Leadership
Secretary Atealia,
Solidarity Party
Prime Minister Auven,
Solidarity Party
Structure
Seats 100
1st General Assembly.svg
Political Parties      Solidarity Party (43)
     Ind. Leftist Front (37)
     Worker's Army Party (20)

The 2nd General Assembly wasn't able to be elected in an election, due to a lack of candidates, resulting in the continuation of the 1st General Assembly. The assembly consisted of three political parties: Solidarity Party, Independent Leftist Front and Worker's Army Party. This General Assembly served a three-month term, from June to September 2016.

While not directly related to the activities of the General Assembly, the only Minister for this term (excluding Ministers of Law, which can be found here) was Fidels Beard as Minister of Archives.

Political Parties

The following table outlines the leader and number of seats of each party.

Party Leader Seats
  Solidarity Party Atealia 43
  Independent Leftist Front New Prague 37
  Worker's Army Party British Accia 20

Voting

The Independent Leftist Front and the Worker's Army Party each distributed their seats, 37 and 20 respectively, by polling their party members and then having one of the party leaders report the vote distribution to the General Assembly. The 43 seats gained by the Solidarity Party were distributed as follows:

Leader Seats
Auven 9
Cedoria 9
Devadia 9
Sotruenia 8
Urzistan 8