After the historic 2008 election, which ended 25 years of Conservative Party governance, Alexandria elected a centre-left government headed by the PDP-LDP led by First Consul Jean Carmichael. This upheaval resuletd in the collapse of existing parties and the creation of new ones. And despite a successful governing term, First Consul Carmichael faced growing political opposition. With 4 new parties contesting the 2012 election, the polls have tightened in time for the regularly-scheduled election. Who will lead Alexandria for the next four years?
“An island nation in Micras, Kozakura was severed from its mother country Sangun after a bloody war. Since then the island has had successions of government and is known for its relative political instability. However, some stability has returned to the island with the election of a National Liberal government in 1999. Will the incumbent National Liberals sweep to comfortable re-election, or will the opposition parties shock the political class?”
A large recession, the fight over the GST, and the collapse of the Meech Lake and Charlottetown Accords destroyed Brian Mulroney’s final term. Now, Kim Campbell hopes to have a clean slate and salvage Progressive Conservative fortunes. With the rise of two strong regional parties in the West and Québec, will the new Prime Minister be able to hold off the resurgent Liberals?
On the 3rd of October 1990, history was made as East and West Germany reunited after 45 years. Chancellor of West Germany, Helmut Kohl, took the initiative of presenting a 10-point plan for unification after the historic fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. This led to the fall of the East German Communist Government, neogotiations with the former Allied Powers and Soviet Union to allow unification. Kohl’s CDU/CSU wants to ride the wave of patriotism with a quick fix, but the SPD have pledged a more cautious approach to reunification, and have warned about future economic diversification between the 2 states. The FDP are once again the main playmakers over forming a coalition government, and the Greens are campaigning on the environment over reunification.
A non-confidence motion, backed by Ignatieff’s Liberals, Layton’s NDP, and Duceppe’s Bloc, has led to the fall of Prime Minister Harper’s Conservative government. Can the Liberals return to power after 5 years, or will Ignatieff’s calculations backfire, leading Harper to power and – this time – a majority? Will the NDP perhaps become Her Majesty’s Official Opposition? Can May’s Greens take their first seat in Parliament?
Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer defeated the long-ruling Bird family in 2004, but after five years, his government has not lived up to high expectations. The choice is now between Spencer’s United Progressive Party and Lester Bird’s Antigua Labour Party.
Two years after the Constitutional Convention of 1898, which created a Constitutional Monarchy in the island empire of Alexandria, the grand coalition of Radicals and Imperial-Unionists has fallen. Who will win the first democratic election with universal male suffrage in the empire’s history?
The incumbent Alexandria Conservative Party has ruled the mighty Empire of the Alexandrians for the past 25 years- but with their disastrous handling of Micro-World War III and Sennar coupled with a severe economic crisis and an embarassing spy scandal at the start of the year, their days may be finished. Are winds of change blowing in the cool sea breeze, signalling a PDP-AAP landslide?
The Empire of Alexandria, a sizeable island nation within the Caribbean, is holding its Parliamentary election in 2004. It is a diverse island with Spanish, French, Indigenous, and German heritage. The incumbent Alexandria Conservative Party faces a close re-election campaign as the Empire faces critical foreign policy issues, a rebellion in an overseas territory, and rising social problems. However, with a strong economy and coalition partner- will the ACP weather the storm, or will the Empire elect its first centre-left government in 20 years? – Also check out the site that is the inspiration for this scenario.
The Weimar Republic’s troubles continue as recently appointed Chancellor Adolf Hitler has dissolved the Reichstag to call for new elections, in the hopes that the Nazis and their nationalist allies can win a large enough majority to build a more authoritarian state. But the Nazis’ popularity may be waning, and meanwhile the opposition is divided between the hard-line Communist Party, the comparatively “soft” left-wing Social Democratic Party, and the Catholic voting bloc of the Centre Party and Bavarian People’s Party. With Nazi- and Communist-instigated street violence raging and the economy in dire straits, no one knows quite what to expect — but supporters of the Weimar Republic fear that a Nazi victory could be democracy’s death knell. Will this election be the end of democracy in Germany, and the first stop on the road to World War II?