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Ayati Parliament Election 2009

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Scenario is now playable, but it needs some changes before beta-testing can occur.

But it should be ready within a week or two.

Can I beta-test? My email is Matty1019@yahoo.com

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Cabinet Ministers/High-Profile candidate names:

Naalti Vats

Rahul Ganatra

Hirsh Kaveeshvar

Jasper Gill

Savina Aneja

Nick Sharma

Jaya Bhadwar

Karan Patel

Keshav Grover

Namrata Kolachalam

Ashish Misra

Nina Mohan

Prasad Gullapalli

Preat Kansal

Preeti Lingnurkar

Rachna Lal

Rahul Menon

Ravi Kudesia

Rekha Bandla

Sandeep Parikh

Shruti Ramakrishna

Sindhura Kodali

Amrit Misra

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Never late than never, but I've played it a few times now as the Congress, Labour and National Alliance, and it's a great little game. Both main parties are playable as it's in an hung parliament scenario.

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A very good scenario, however I would especially add endorsers (Newspapers, Corporations, Trade Unions, TV and movies stars).

Also, I recommand to have a very long election night to simulate the voting which takes part on a few days by regions.

Futhermore, coalitions will also be a good thing to add as in RL India.

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I think GOP might have a further version than myself. He usually has fixed endorsers too.

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Can someone please send it to hfrancisco2006@gmail.com please?

Still havent received it :(

Thanks so much

Cheers,

CCA

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Good news guys, I think I can fix this scenario by the end of the week. I just need some stuff:

-some edits to ridings to feature high-profile candidates

-events to shift regionalism

-fixes to the party finances

I could use suggestions on events to shift regionalism, similar to Germany 2005.

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Good news guys, I think I can fix this scenario by the end of the week. I just need some stuff:

-some edits to ridings to feature high-profile candidates

-events to shift regionalism

-fixes to the party finances

I could use suggestions on events to shift regionalism, similar to Germany 2005.

Possibly, muslim revolt kicks off again, and due to bad organisational tactics from the police, it affects the governing pary's popularity in the west. There could also be controvery over a small clause in the independent Ayati constitution discovered, that New Brittania still has some power, for example, can legally set up an apartheid if country is in state of emergency.

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I like!

So:

1) Deadly Shootout between Police and Gangs in Jodhpur (- National Alliance, + Congress on gun control)

2) Terrorist Attacks (- for Congress on terrorism, + for National Alliance)

3) Economic Boom resumes (+ for Congress)

4) Parliament rejects Climate Treaty (- for Left, + for Right)

5) Britannia PM suggests Ayati Independence was mistake (- for National Alliance, + for Congress)

6) TUC Launches General Strike to Protest Sweatshops (+ for Communist Front, Labour)

7) Business Leaders Endorse Congress' "Business Manifesto" (+ for Congress)

8) Labour Drops Support for Congress over Controversial Tax Policies (- for Congress)

I may not actually include these events or not, I'm rather torn.

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