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Abala 1978


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I'm going to put Ayati on hold for the moment and do this scenario, which should be fairly quick to finish given the fact its parliament has only 60-80 seats

Demographics

Population: 5.5 million

Ethnicity: Abalese 40%, English 30%, Portuguese 20%, Spanish 5%, Arabic 5%

Religion: Roman Catholic 57%, Anglican 33%, None 5%, Muslim 4%, Jewish 1%

Language: English 50%, Abalese Patois 33%, Portuguese 10%, Others 7%

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Progressive Conservative

Social Democratic Party

National Liberal

Communist Party

English Rights Party

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Natividad Territory

Alkhara

Saint Laurence

Canalton

San Maurizio

New Umberland

Domengo

Nicolea

Reunião

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Ok, as I see there are an English Rights Party is Portuguese or Patois is an official language.

Yes, there is compulsory bilingualism with Portuguese and English being the official languages (Patois is just an informal language that mixes the two).

The English Rights party basically is the UKIP, it opposes bilingualism and opposes membership in the EU, among other things.

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It's not that challenging playing as the Social Democratics, unless they are suppoesed to achieve a majority government, but the goal is minority gov. After all the endorsers are finished, the Conservatives aren't much of a challenge, but the National Liberal party, i campaigned hard in their region near the end, they were on -16 momentum, but despite all the ads they still won that region comfortably.

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It's not that challenging playing as the Social Democratics, unless they are suppoesed to achieve a majority government, but the goal is minority gov. After all the endorsers are finished, the Conservatives aren't much of a challenge, but the National Liberal party, i campaigned hard in their region near the end, they were on -16 momentum, but despite all the ads they still won that region comfortably.

Yeah, that region is supposed to be a National Liberal stronghold, and it's helped by the fact the National Liberals are tilted towards the political centre. Still, it's fairly easily to wipe them out outside of Natividad and force them into solely retaining their seats in Natividad territory.

I thought it was pretty tough playing as the Social Democrats, and I had a hard time winning except as Socrates. The PC is supposed to have an advantage due to their incumbency, history of ruling Abala, and the island's innate cultural conservatism.

Anyways, the scenario at least isn't supposed to be too hard for either of the two major parties or the National Liberals. On occasion, I've seen the ERP win a seat- but never the Communists (as it should be).

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