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Elected UN General Assembly 2020 - An Idea

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1 minute ago, NYrepublican said:

Well by the time this is finished as I willl have less time to work on it soon it should be implemented.

Don't worry, by the time it's implemented, I'll still likely have about the time to work on scenarios I do now.

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This is a very interesting idea.

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So, although this isn't the current standing project (but may be bumped up to right after Reichstag 1871, my current PI experiment, and my Soviet collapse set), I came up with an initial list of issues to run by everyone:

-Agricultural Development

-Definition and Rights of Nationhood

-Ethnic Integrity

-Global Ecological Policy

-Global Economic Management

-International Law

-International Trade

-LGBTQ Rights

-Migrants, Refugees, and Stateless People's Rights

-Peacekeeping and Arbitration Mandates

-Religious Policy

-UN Powers and Institutions Reform

-Women's Rights

Those are a few ideas. Several more would be very useful, as would any comments?

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1 minute ago, Patine said:

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So, although this isn't the current standing project (but may be bumped up to right after Reichstag 1871, my current PI experiment, and my Soviet collapse set), I came up with an initial list of issues to run by everyone:

-Agricultural Development

-Definition and Rights of Nationhood

-Ethnic Integrity

-Global Ecological Policy

-Global Economic Management

-International Law

-International Trade

-LGBTQ Rights

-Migrants, Refugees, and Stateless People's Rights

-Peacekeeping and Arbitration Mandates

-Religious Policy

-UN Powers and Institutions Reform

-Women's Rights

Those are a few ideas. Several more would be very useful, as would any comments?

Perhaps income inequality and/or basic income? Maybe something on open/free/fair elections.

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1 minute ago, Patine said:

And, I should add (something @vcczar would likely bring up), scientific/technological collaborative development and education as two more. Your two are good ones, too, @thr33.

Should there be something beyond peacekeeping for nuclear arms/disarmament?

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Just now, thr33 said:

Should there be something beyond peacekeeping for nuclear arms/disarmament?

That's a very good one, too.

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Just now, NYrepublican said:

@Patine What about one for the ideal ideology?

There are significantly more than seven ideologies represented in my party list...

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Just now, Patine said:

There are significantly more than seven ideologies represented in my party list...

Just general leanings like Anarchanism,Fascism,Socialism,Conservatism,Libertarianism,Communism and Islamism.

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Monarchy would be a good issue.

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Just now, NYrepublican said:

Monarchy would be a good issue.

That's true, especially as the International Monarchist League (who represent most non-Moslem sitting monarchs' legitimists, and a lot of groups supporting pretenders of regimes toppled in the last almost two centuries) is one of the more fringe political party international, but it's in the scenario, given the choice of political party internationals is very broad.

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@Patine Just curious,how is the reichstag scenario going?

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11 minutes ago, NYrepublican said:

@Patine Just curious,how is the reichstag scenario going?

Funny you should mention. I just returned to it last night after my tinkerings with K4E proved the current engine does indeed show a number of limits that are hard to work around.

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Just now, Patine said:

This is actually already the basis of most of my "parties" with some additional ones that don't formally exist but "member parties" can be traced to fill in the gaps.

Have you begun making this?

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Just now, NYrepublican said:

Have you begun making this?

I have the party logos, the map, and the regional flags. Issues would be the next point, and that will need some careful consideration, though some ideas certainly recommend themselves up front.

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2 minutes ago, Patine said:

I have the party logos, the map, and the regional flags. Issues would be the next point, and that will need some careful consideration, though some ideas certainly recommend themselves up front.

Can you send me the map.

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5 minutes ago, NYrepublican said:

Can you send me the map.

To add to a map collection at some point, or to try and swipe the project from under me?

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1 minute ago, Patine said:

To add to a map collection at some point, or to try and swipe the project from under me?

The former.

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2 minutes ago, Patine said:

To add to a map collection at some point, or to try and swipe the project from under me?

I have 157 maps so far.

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1 minute ago, NYrepublican said:

I have 157 maps so far.

Alright. I'll send it to the email address you sent that recent update message on the Soviet maps from.

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So, I had recently assembled a full list of international political party groups for this hypothetical idea that, like European Parliament groups, caucus together in legislative standing and campaigning loosely similarly-minded parties in various nations. Many of these are based on real international political party groups (many of which have direct member analogous group in the European Parliament groups directly - but many do not), but others were extrapolated from international fronts, organizations, and NGO's that are not officially "international political party groups" in the same sense, but allow parties to be present that otherwise couldn't be represented by the official scheme. There are also several parties which are singular national parties that are otherwise next to impossible to group.

-Alliance of African Nationalists

-Centrist Democrat International

-Chinese Nationalist Alliance

-Communist Party of the Soviet Union - Shenin

-Eurasian Political Union

-Europe of Nations and Freedom

-Foro de Sao Paulo

-Fourth International

-Global Greens

-Grey Wolves

-Hizb-ut-Tahrir

-Holy See Papal Nuncial Independent

-Humanist International

-International Alliance of Libertarian Parties

-International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations

-International Council of Indigenous Peoples

-International Covenant of Dominionist Christian Political Fellowships

-International Democrat Union

-International Meeting of Communist and Workers' Parties

-International Monarchist League

-International of Anarchist Federations

-International Romani Union

-Justice and Development Party

-Kadima

-Kurdistan Communities Union

-Liberal International

-Likud

-Muslim Brotherhood

-Pan-African Revolutionary Alliance

-Pirate Parties International

-Progressive Alliance

-Shia World Jurisprudence Council

-Socialist International

-United Arab Nationalist Movement

-Unrepresented Nations and Peoples' Organization/European Free Alliance/North American Secessionist Convention

-White European Nations and Peoples' Preservation Front

-Workers' Party of Korea

-World Socialist Movement

Obviously, most of these groups have only a few (sometimes one) viable party and limited number of nations with realistic electoral prospects, but each will have very different electoral goals in terms of percentage and seats that need to be won.

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@admin_270 any hope of post-election negotiations being added to CI?

1 minute ago, Patine said:

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So, I had recently assembled a full list of international political party groups for this hypothetical idea that, like European Parliament groups, caucus together in legislative standing and campaigning loosely similarly-minded parties in various nations. Many of these are based on real international political party groups (many of which have direct member analogous group in the European Parliament groups directly - but many do not), but others were extrapolated from international fronts, organizations, and NGO's that are not officially "international political party groups" in the same sense, but allow parties to be present that otherwise couldn't be represented by the official scheme. There are also several parties which are singular national parties that are otherwise next to impossible to group.

-Alliance of African Nationalists

-Centrist Democrat International

-Chinese Nationalist Alliance

-Communist Party of the Soviet Union - Shenin

-Eurasian Political Union

-Europe of Nations and Freedom

-Foro de Sao Paulo

-Fourth International

-Global Greens

-Grey Wolves

-Hizb-ut-Tahrir

-Holy See Papal Nuncial Independent

-Humanist International

-International Alliance of Libertarian Parties

-International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations

-International Council of Indigenous Peoples

-International Covenant of Dominionist Christian Political Fellowships

-International Democrat Union

-International Meeting of Communist and Workers' Parties

-International Monarchist League

-International of Anarchist Federations

-International Romani Union

-Justice and Development Party

-Kadima

-Kurdistan Communities Union

-Liberal International

-Likud

-Muslim Brotherhood

-Pan-African Revolutionary Alliance

-Pirate Parties International

-Progressive Alliance

-Shia World Jurisprudence Council

-Socialist International

-United Arab Nationalist Movement

-Unrepresented Nations and Peoples' Organization/European Free Alliance/North American Secessionist Convention

-White European Nations and Peoples' Preservation Front

-Workers' Party of Korea

-World Socialist Movement

Obviously, most of these groups have only a few (sometimes one) viable party and limited number of nations with realistic electoral prospects, but each will have very different electoral goals in terms of percentage and seats that need to be won.

 

Looks good

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