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Here is what I had on city's.

Côtes De Salvon

Darles

Bourse

Valin-L'île

Niedersalfz

Ralszburg

Karolshause

Sutchen

Compté de Mardogne

Molines

La Boniette

Verdes

Mazin-Ville

Mazin

Faubourg Gare Du Lyon

Faubourg Moscovie

Leonge

Barrez

Lache

Lengsburg

Plat d'Olonge

Gensbourg

Villeneuf de Gascogne

Perdon

Ardun

St-Louis du Nord

Ardes

Les Fues

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Here is what I had on city's.

Côtes De Salvon

Darles

Bourse

Valin-L'île

Niedersalfz

Ralszburg

Karolshause

Sutchen

Compté de Mardogne

Molines

La Boniette

Verdes

Mazin-Ville

Mazin

Faubourg Gare Du Lyon

Faubourg Moscovie

Leonge

Barrez

Lache

Lengsburg

Plat d'Olonge

Gensbourg

Villeneuf de Gascogne

Perdon

Ardun

St-Louis du Nord

Ardes

Les Fues

Thank you. I have decided to call the surrounding area outside of Marzin-Ville "Marzin-Ville Agglomération" unless you want to call it something else Flinders.

The new scenario will be for CF to take advantage of MMP.

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Sorry, totally forgot about this.

Côtes de Salvon

Darles

Bourse

Valin-L’île

Côtes Rurales

Niedersalfz

Ralszburg-Central

Ralszburg-Umgebung

Karolshause

Sutchen

Arendsburg-Nachtelberg

Rudenhoff

Nebendorff-Achten

Auwer-am-Salfz

Compté de Mardogne

Molines

La Bonniette

Verdes

Compté de Sud

Peillonville

Lévesque

Tuillé

Arges-la-neuve

Rodebourg

Duchesse

Compté de Nord

Mazin-Ville (as well as the agglomeration)

Mazin-Centre

Faubourg Gare du Lyon

Faubourg Moscovie

Faubourg Ancienne

Faubourg Universitaire

Faubourg Verssalvonne

Donges

Urres

Cévonges

Petonges

Leonge

Barrez-Nord

Barrez-Ouest

Barrez-Sud

Lache-Centre

Lache-Sud-et-Garonnes

Lengsburg

Obersalfzland

Leonge-Sud

Emonges

Casalles

Pallones

Ayard

Plat d’Ologne

Ologne-ville

Gensbourg-Arras

Gensbourg-Pointi

Gensbourg-Gaches

Gensbourg

Villeneuf de Gascogne

Gascogne

Perdon

Les Salletes

Vallée Ollognienne

Gaspard

Tronches

Myonnes

Erdeux

Falletes

Funeriers-de-Sambes

Oillons

Ardun

St-Louis du Nord

Ardes

Les Fues

Gravelignes

Waremmes

Bois de Nord

Ardogne-et-Failles

Failles-Sud

Jacquéville

Grache-la-veille

Grache-la-neuve

Sadelbourg

Beyonville

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PARTY LEADERS:

CHRISTIAN CONSERVATIVE: Jean Martin, Horst Rheinmann

SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC: Henri Lefavbre, Achille Vanderveld

MODERATE REPUBLICAN: Edith Bachelot

GREEN-ECOLOGIST: Brigette Schmidt

NATIONALIST BLOC: Klaus Guderian

Can you not use these names? I feel like they're in every scenario.

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How about something like this:

PARTI POPULAIRE CHRETIEN (christian-democratic, centre-right)

PARTI SOCIALISTE (social-democratic, centre-left)

UNION POUR LA LIBERTE (liberal, centr-right on economical issues, centre-left on social isseus)

ECOLOGIE 2000 (green, left)

and perhaps a nationalist bloc that also contains centrist and perhaps even centre-left elements (multiple leaders).

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PARTI POPULAIRE CHRETIEN (christian-democratic, centre-right, euroskeptic)

PARTI SOCIALISTE (social-democratic, centre-left, pro-europe)

REPUBLICAIN MODERE (liberal, centre-right on economical issues, centre-left on social issues, moderate on europe)

GRÜNEN-ECOLOGIE (green, left on social issues, centre/center-left on economics, pro-europe)

NATIONALIST BLOC (national-conservative, right, anti-europe)

Hey Flinders I need 8 more riding names please:

Côtes De Salvon (1 more riding-Alsatian/French)

Compté De Mardogne (1 more riding-Alsatian/French)

Ardun (2 more ridings-German names)

Agglomeration (4 more riding names-2 Flemish/Dutch, 1 Alsatian/French)

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Côtes de Salvon: Bayonville

Compté de Mardogne: Deson-la-Roche

Ardun: Sankt-Paulus, Adlersburg-und-Westlau

Agglomeration: Archensstadt, Gebungshoff, Charleville-Salvon,Méchon

Hope that's what you needed.

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I made a bank of candidates names with names in French with 1880's names:

Henri Dubois

Thierry Morin

Jeanne Ducours

Robert Marion

Guy Duhamel

Lucien Martin

Horace Bernier

Louis-Pierre Dugas

Alexandre Legrand

Paul-Émile Roux

Louis Lafontaine

François-Xavier Garneau

Octave Dubuc

Jacques Rodrigue

Marcelin Robert

Gustave Joly

Côme Rinfret

Edmond Fortier

Napoléon Bergeron

Wilfred Laliberté

Adolphe Verville

Omer Langlois

Joseph Francoeur

Simon Lapointe

Gilles Delatour

Théodore Plante

Simone Rossy

Joseph Riopel

Charles Cyr

Arthur Lebel

Étienne Paquet

Charles de Vienne

Joseph Gaudin

Gustave Turcotte

Anatole Gaudet

Hector Leduc

Alexis de Rouville

Edmond Savard

Henri Marigny

Amable Coutu

Louis David

Eugène Parent

Maurice Dupré

Alexandre Chapleau

Félix Duclos

Léon Dionne

Antoine Bégin

Pierre Angers

Georges Dujardin

Thomas Garcia

Fabien Vertefeuille

Albéric Marquette

Aimé Lepage

Nestor Dumas

Joseph Bossé

Louis-Joseph Forget

Joseph Haller

Hubert Wortinger

Pierre Dupré

Hermas Burkman

Bastien François

Pierre Carrel

Auguste Choquette

Fernand Ronvoie

Salomon Martin

Louis-Pierre Martel

Charles Picard

Henri de Pierrefonds

Louis Gamelin

Pierre Weiss

Paul Scheidner

Auguste Letondal

Paul-Henri Auger

Jules Pelletier

Marcelin Fournier

Réal Angers

Lionel Dubord

Orville Georges

Bertrand Denis

Auguste Landry

François Bédard

Charles Houde

Paul-Lucien Meyer

Pierre Rochefort

Henri-Lucien Dumont

Pierre Deville

Pierre-Olivier Kahl

Horace d'Youville

Joseph Lavoie

Edmond Lareau

Aldéric Poulin

Martial Pratte

Jacques Fortier

Otto Dahl

Georges Fiedel

Henri Klein

Pierre-André Petit

Honoré Beauval

Albert Kahl

Jules Lebert

Jacques von Sturmeck

Hubert Sturm

Pierre-Louis Rich

Georges Brandt

Alfred Loeb

Émile Wurtz

Pierre Doré

Paul Bucer

Louis-Philippe Kléber

Paul Meyer

Henri Kruger

Georges-Antoine Ducherry

Paul Oberlin

Albin Masson

Marcel Gauthier

Paul-Édouard Lang

Aurélien Couture

Louis-Marc Zimmermann

Henri Gross

Auguste Straumann

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These are women names:

Aline Coutu

Louise Leblanc

Marcelle Lavergne

Hélène Coutu

Pauline Pelletier

Carole Monval

Guylaine Pratte

Lucie Saumier

Julienne Labelle

Yvette Bellevue

Sarah Haller

Paulette Green

Claire Kahl

Paule Helfer

Francine Klein

Hélène Martinez

Josephine Dumas

Delphine Michel

Roberta Lambrozzo

Caroline Montval

Fabienne Duval

Carole Jacques

Paule Martin

Rose Dugas

Chloé Klein

Lise Bernier

Johanne Marois

Heidi Bourque

Véronique Poulin

Mariette Dumoulin

Rebecca van Arx

Sonia Laplante

Anne Pouliot

Danielle Masse

Julie Marquette

Claudine Doyon

Jessica Wolfe

Ariane Blais

Anne Morel

Erica Garcia

Cynthia Petit

Christiane Dahl

Annick Lebeau

Johanne Demers

Michelle Quinn

Josée Beauchamp

Céline Rossy

Stéphanie Pratte

Laura Bartolli

Anne-Marie Landry

Sylvie Paul

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Batavia is a smaller but rising power in the micronational world in 1886. It has a population of 10.1 million people, with the following ethnic demographics: Dutch 60%, French 33%, German 4%, Jewish 2%, Others 1%, and religious demographics: Catholic 59%, Protestant 35%, None 4%, Jewish 2%. It has been ruled by a "Grand Coalition" of the Liberals and Catholic parties from 1848 until 1886 when the Catholics voted down the Freedom Of Faith Act which would allow the operation of non-Catholic schools. The Catholic parties have lumped together to form the Conservative Monarchist Party, while the protestant ones have joined to form the Batavian Democratic Party. In addition, a rising socialist movement has established the Republican Left party, which hopes to hold the balance of power in a hung parliament.

Parties:

Liberal Union (centrist/centre-left)

Conservative Monarchist Party (conservative right-wing)

Republican Left (socialist, left-wing)

Batavian Democratic Party (centrist/centre-right)

Here are the issues:

Church and State

Divorce

Education

Economy

Empire

Foreign Policy

Free Trade

Gold Standard

Industry

Language

Monarchy

National Unity

Social Welfare

Tax Reform

Trade Unions

Voting Rights

Working Conditions

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@issue position descriptions

// left to right, 1 - 5

//Church and State

Promote state atheism, and discredit Christianity as superstition

Pass a law separating Church and State and secularise government (Liberal Union, Republican Left)

Grant Protestantism equal standing with the Catholic Church (BDP)

Protect status of the Catholic Church. Support clerical privilege (Conservative Monarchist)

Resurrect Holy Inquisition to root out heretics and unbelievers

@

//Defence

Complete demilitarization with militas for national defense

A small volunteer army with militias for other duties (Republican Left)

A small professional army in peacetime and a reserve force in war (Liberal Union)

A large professional army with heavy funding (BDP)

Universal military conscription upon turning 18 (Conservative Monarchist)

@

//Divorce

Marriage is just a contract, no-fault divorces

Showing-of-fault divorce for men and women (Liberal Union, Republican Left)

Divorce only in cases of domestic abuse and adultery (BDP)

Only allow divorce with permission of the church (Conservative Monarchist)

Marriage is sacred and permanent, no divorce period

@

//Economy

Enact a planned economy based on socialist principles

Government should steer economy through public ownership of firms (Republican Left)

State should intervene to build public works and encourage business (Conservative Monarchist, BDP)

Promote laissez-faire economic policies toward the markets (Liberal Union)

Get government off the backs of business and tolerate monopolies

@

//Education

Abolish non-public schools. Run schools along secular lines (Republican Left)

Protect state funding for public schools. Reduce church influence (Liberal Union)

Enact compulsory education. Build more schools and universities (BDP)

Oppose school secularisation. Equal funding for Christian schools (Conservative Monarchist)

Put education system under control of the Catholic Church

@

//Empire

Imperialism is morally wrong and an affront to peace (Republican Left)

An Empire is a waste of money. Reduce imperial presence (Liberal Union)

Protect current imperial territories and colonies (BDP)

We must expand the empire and strengthen colonies (Conservative Monarchist)

All savages that oppose us must be exterminated!

@

//Foreign Policy

Promoting peace should be our sole foreign policy goal

Maintain our historic neutrality and stay out of conflicts (Republican Left)

Support defensive alliances with the Britannia-led Entente (BDP, Liberal Union)

Increase our role in foreign affairs to counter threats (Conservative Monarchist)

We should seek to become a Great Power by any means

@

//Free Trade

All markets should be open, push for 100% free trade

Reduce tariffs and open markets for free trade (Liberal Union)

Impose moderate tariffs to protect domestic industries (Republican Left, BDP)

High tariffs to protect labour, farmers and business (Conservative Monarchist)

Move towards full autarky and economic self-sufficiency

@

//Gold Standard

Convert our currency wholeheartedly to paper money

Maintain silver coinage, suspend convertibility (Republican Left)

Gradually phase out bimetallic monetary policy (BDP)

Adopt the Gold Standard to strengthen our currency (Conservative Monarchist)

Introduce a National Bank along with the Gold Standard (Liberal Union)

@

//Industry

Secure industrialisation through state administration (Republican Left)

Enhanced state support for industrial development (Liberal Union)

Encourage private investment in industry and agriculture (BDP)

Focus on diversifying and modernising agriculture instead (Conservative Monarchist)

Let the free market decide whats best for our economy

@

//Language

French should be the only official language of Batavia

Laws to protect rights and privileges for French-speakers

Maintain the official bilingualism policy as is

Encourage the use of the Dutch language

End the bilingualism policy and mandate Dutch instruction

@

//National Unity

Allow provinces full sovereignty with the right to secede

Home rule for Separate French, Dutch, and German communities (Liberal Union, Republican Left)

Secure the terms of Batavorum Accord. Promote shared culture (BDP)

Protect a strong central government and oppose devolution (Conservative Monarchist)

Impose direct rule from Koningenwaarde with an iron fist

@

// Monarchy

Abolish the Monarchy and aristocracy. Move to a full Republic (Republican Left)

Relegate the monarchy to a strictly ceremonial role (Liberal Union)

Keep the status quo but try to keep King in check (BDP)

Increase the executive powers and role of the King (Conservative Monarchist)

Make parliament an advisory body. Restore absolutism

@

//Social Welfare

The state should take care of everyone from cradle to grave (Republican Left)

Introduce unemployment benefits and universal healthcare (BDP)

Establish social security and modernise hospitals (Liberal Union)

No to welfare state expansion as it rewards the lazy (Conservative Monarchist)

Return to the old poor law system, reduce burdens on society

@

//Tax Reform

Redistribute wealth from the rich to the working class (Republican Left)

Introduce a wealth tax for the rich and a land tax (Liberal Union)

Reform the income tax along progressive lines (BDP)

Keep the income tax at a flat rate, levy tariffs instead (Conservative Monarchist)

Replace the income tax with a capitation tax

@

//Trade Unions

Transform businesses into trade union-owned cooperatives

Promote Trade Union organizing and protect the right to strike (Republican Left)

Compromise "social contract" between Trade Unions and Business (BDP, Liberal Union)

Crack down on strikes, Trade Unions are a threat to our prosperity (Conservative Monarchist)

Trade Unions are enemies of the State and should be outlawed

@

//Voting Rights

Allow non-citizens to vote in elections (Republican Left)

Grant women the right to vote too (Liberal Union)

Enact universal suffrage to all men (BDP)

Make no change to franchise laws (Conservative Monarchist)

"Democracy" is nothing more than mob rule

@

//Working Conditions

Enact a minimum wage and set maximum work hours (Republican Left)

Establish Trade Boards and Ministry of Labour (BDP)

Prohibit child labour and make workplaces safer (Conservative Monarchist)

Current labour legislation is sufficient (Liberal Union)

Leave wages and working conditions up to the free market

@

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Regions

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1. Regenteneilanden: 3 seats. Rural farming province with French-speaking majority. Conservative Monarchist stronghold

2. Transingel: 4 seats. Industrial province with history of class conflict. Liberal Union stronghold

3. Dietsland: 14 seats. Mixed religious farming and industrial province with Dutch majority. Leans Conservative Monarchist.

4. Hoorne: 8 seats. Rural province with Dutch Catholic majority. Conservative Monarchist stronghold

5. Ingelburg: 13 seats. mix of agrarian and industrial economy with notable German minority. Battleground.

6. Koningenwaarde: 16 seats, industrialized capital city of the kingdom. Liberal dominance

7. Batavorum: 9 seats, mix of small towns and farms outside Koningenwaarde. Leans Liberal.

8. Austrasië: 10 seats, rural province with a large French minority. Battleground.

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Ernest van de Hoof

Thomas Suurland

Hubert Nicolas

André Rouvet

Alexandre Dumont

Jacques-Édouard Stein

Yves Robert

Henri Dumas

Philippe Rémi

Édouard Dupont

Pieter Talvert

Hagen Thomas

Albert Michel

Stefaan de Brucker

François de Block

Bart Somers

Theo Luykx

Robert Louis

Pieter De Crem

Hendrik Bogaert

Maxime Prévost

Willem-Frederik Schiltz

Eddy Merkx

Heinz Klein

Hervé Morin

Thomas Jans

Charles Jean

Wim de Boer

Erwin Haussmann

Charles Lebrun

Édouard Leblanc

Laurent Robert

Albert Leduc

Michel Laval

Pierre Lafontaine

Robert Dumas

Claude Klein

Walter Kessel

Émile de Decker

Philippe Morneau

Étienne Lebeau

Charles Boucher

Maurice Lippens

Luc van de Welde

Hubert Weller

Charles Roger

Robert David

Émile Dugas

Charles de Trooz

Henri Duclos

Paul Spaak

Hubert Pierre

Pierre Hamel

Peter Heemskerk

Nicolaas van Hoof

Joop de Jong

Jacob van der Brugghen

Adriaan van Hall

Jacob de Vries

Ernst Klinkenberg

Dirk Peters

Arnold Samson

Jean-Pierre de Boer

Henri Laniel

Jan Boon

Martin Haller

Armand Saumier

Henri Lambert

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