Kirlawa Chronicle

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Postby bigbluemonkey » Sun Apr 29, 2018 7:14 pm

New Political Party Founded in Kirlawa

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Today, a brand new political force was born in Kirlawa, the Great Popular Party. The party was established in order to represent the views of ordinary working communities in a political system 'dominated by the media and the establishment'. Sean O'Sullivan, the leader of the party, is a former engineer and teacher. He spoke to several journalists about what the party hoped to achieve in the future, saying they were focused on 'making Kirlawa better, together'. In an attempt to try and spread the message about their ideas, the party have been offering free membership for a limited time only. But the party has already been criticised for the fact they are receiving money from foreign billionaire Emmerico Bellini. Bellini has not made any comments about the Great Popular Party yet.
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Re: Kirlawa Chronicle

Postby SDLPireland » Wed May 09, 2018 1:34 am

Kirlawa entering a new political era

Over the last two decades a number of parties have appeared on the political stage in Kirlawa resulting in one of the tightest fought elections in recent years.

Speaking after the last elections Sean Hume of the Kirlawan Social Democrat Party had this to say “it is encouraging to see the electorate have an abundance of choice with regards representation. With elections now being so closely fought it will encourage more debate and ensure that legislators continue to legislate as best possible to ensure the continued progress and prosperity of this country and its people.”

“Before the last election we had come to a sticking point in Kirlawan politics with some disengaging but thankfully all parties are now participating in the assembly again. There will be tough times and there will be tough legislation that will come through this assembly but the strength for this nation lies in the ability of its leaders to persuade and compromise to ensure the best life for all its citizens.”

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Re: Kirlawa Chronicle

Postby SDLPireland » Wed May 09, 2018 1:51 am

Education Standards must be maintained

Nicholas Henderson the KSDP Education Spokesperson has called today for common sense with regards legislation passing through the Assembly on removing the National Curriculum.

Ár Re a rival party is seeeking to remove the national curriculum, giving schools full autonomy over setting of syllabi. Mr Henderson has stated “currently there is a national curriculum in place that is advisory for schools however it sets out to create a standard of educational attainment that will allow young people to be equipped with the necessary learning, knowledge and skills to be productive members of society. The current legislation is flexible enough to allow schools to introduce learning that is not on the syllabus. This current proposal will be nothing more than detrimental to the development of our young people and I call on all parties in Kirlawa to reject it”

Presently Ár Re, The Luthoran Unionist Party and The Great Popular Party have all endorsed the current legislation whilst the Kirlawan Social Democrat Party is the solely opposed party. The Kirlawan People’s Justice Party and Green Party have yet to support either side.

Mr Henderson has made an impassioned plea to those yet to throw their weight behind the vote “ for the sake of our young people I call on the KPJP and Green Party to reject this proposal and ensure that our young people can continue to avail of the standard of learning that has benefited so many young people of past years.”
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Re: Kirlawa Chronicle

Postby SDLPireland » Sun May 13, 2018 7:36 am

Hume stands down

After Kirlawa’s recent election, the leader of the Kirlawan Social Democrat Party Sean Hume has resigned his position as party leader. Mr Hume stated

“It can be clearly seen that the party has lost the core vote in Nuchtmark with which it was propelled onto the Kirlawan political stage. Whilst we have had a great performance in Merkan this should not be balanced by disengagement with the people of Nuchtmark”.

Mr Hume further said “I will be standing down as leader of the KSDP as it can be seen that people no longer have faith in the direction I am leading this party. There comes a time when a leader must stand aside and give the opportunity for new fresh ideas, perspective and leadership.”

“I would like to thank all those that have supported the party and to those have supported me over these last number of years. I wish my successor the very best of luck in their endeavours to ensure that they deliver for the people, that they continue to push for economic security , educational progress and the national protection of this great country.”

In the coming months the party will have to call a special convention to allow for a vote on the next leader of the party. It is anticipated to be a hotly contested race.

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Re: Kirlawa Chronicle

Postby SDLPireland » Sun May 13, 2018 8:14 am

Scramble for Leadership

As previously reported Mr Sean Hume Leader of the KSDP has officially stood down as party leader. In the coming months the KSDP will have to select a new leader and it would seem that there are four likely contenders. The party’s Assembly Group Leader Mr David O’Sullivan is seen as the likely successor however he will face competition from Mr John Shields the party’s Defence spokesperson, Mr Eamon De Faoite the spokesperson for Internal Affairs and Ms Jennifer Davidson the party’s Health and Social Services spokesperson.

This media outlet has contacted all four of the KSDP representatives. All have made no comment except Mr Shields. Mr Shields has said “Today is a sad day. Sean (Hume) was a charismatic leader and a great friend. He always tried to find common ground and worked to the best of his ability for the people of Kirlawa. He will be sadly missed. I wish Sean all the best with whatever endeavour he moves onto next although I’m sure that he may want to take a break having worked tirelessly over the last 20 years for his constituents and the people of Kirlawa.”

“With regards the Party Leadership I think it would be premature for me to state if I will be or won’t be running for Leadership of the party. Today has been a shock for me and many within the party. Over the coming days and weeks there will be many conversations from the grassroots up regarding this issue. What we need to do now is take stock of where we are at and what direction we need to move in.”

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Re: Kirlawa Chronicle

Postby SDLPireland » Mon May 14, 2018 11:00 pm

Who will succeed Hume?


It has Been over 7 months since Sean Hume stood down as the Leader of the Kirlawan Social Democrat Party. But today we can confirm that the party has set a date for a special conference to determine the next leader of the KSDP along with other leadership roles within the party.

Whilst initially it was speculated that there would be four contenders for Leadship it has now been revealed that there is only three; David O’Sullivan, John Shields and Eamon De Faoite. Many commentators believe that it will be a tight race between O’Sullivan and Shields with the later receiving the endorsement of Mr Hume. Mr Shields who was one of the Parties original founders if successful would not be as great a change as Mr O’Sullivan. The party has already moved slightly on their policies regarding the markets and economy.

Mr Shields has been seen as a firebrand politician whilst Mr O’Sullivan is seen as more reserved. However being more reserved has not hindered the KSDP’s Assembly Leaders progression in politics as he is a calm and calculating man.


The Party special conference is set to take place next month.

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Re: Kirlawa Chronicle

Postby OrangeCrusader » Wed Jun 13, 2018 8:59 pm

Unionists purpose political alliance with the Republican Party
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this morning The All Kirlawa Unionist Party announced that it would be willing to form an alliance with the newly established Republican Party previously known as The Liberty Party with the intention of stemming the tide of both Socialism and left-liberalism in Kirlawa while advancing the cause of liberty and national revival under a common banner of solidarity among the ranks of the Kirlawan right.
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Re: Kirlawa Chronicle

Postby CallumL » Sun Nov 18, 2018 10:33 pm

Democratic Labour relaunch, promise "radical new direction" for Kirlawa

The Kirlawa Democratic Labour Party, one of the most historically significant parties in Kirlawan history, was relaunched in Indrala yesterday. Having spent a period as a satellite party of the People's Justice Party; the group struck out on a more independent footing and promised to be a "robust, radical, truly Socialist option for the people of Kirlawa".

The original KDL was founded in 2253 by Callum Lucas; who remained leader before being murdered in the very early days of the Civil War as KDL parliamentarians tried to enter parliament to vote against the National Emergency Act. Prominent in the years immediately before, during and after the Civil War, the party eventually faded into a small rump organisation loosely affiliated with the Peoples Justice Party; bar occasional returns to prominence. This reformed party retained loose links to the PJP through the Socialist International but otherwise is a totally independent force.

Party Chair Sean Gallagher, in an interview from Callum Lucas House, the HQ of the party, stated his plans for the new party. "We're going to be radical; much more radical than the old KDL was. The fact is that in the past we've attempted to be moderate and while that worked in periods the fact is that we've spent a long time being little other than a minuscule wing of the People's Justice Party; a historical curiosity. Its not going to be easy - but it took the KDL four elections before breaking through in their first election and we've spent a Millennium in the wilderness, so we can afford to wait a few years".

Gallagher will lead the KDL list in the parties historical stronghold of Uwakah and be the parties candidate for Taoiseach. "We've been without a Taoiseach for too long now; that demonstrates the problems that exist with the Status Quo" said Gallagher. "I don't expect to form government any time soon but if needed I could; and I believe that we have a strong team for every important cabinet position. On the question of the Presidency the Party is likely to stand a candidate - possibly Deputy Chair Moirin Ní Flaithbheartaigh - but if required will back the People's Justice Party in a second round ballot. "Look; we need to run a candidate for visibility but we also have to remember our historical Comradeship with the KPJP; those links are special and go right back to the Civil War. We know that alliance works both ways so that's why we support them over the newer parties."

The party is currently awaiting registration with the Central Electoral Commission; and hopes that will be formally completed prior to the next elections.
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Re: Kirlawa Chronicle

Postby OrangeCrusader » Fri Nov 23, 2018 4:34 pm

Páirtí Aiséirí Náisiúnta talks of a resurrection

Páirtí Aiséirí Náisiúnta, an obscure far right political party comprised of former military servicemen and unemployed factory workers from Indrala and nearby communities, gathered at a concert hall in the nations capital to speak out against the current administration and offer an alternative for "the disinfranchised masses." In order to drive the point home Páirtí Aiséirí Náisiúnta brought along The New Order, a heavy metal act which specialises in using fast paced guitars and loud vocals to express their love of Kirlawan blood and soil much to the appreciation of a small crowd. What does the future hold for these figures, only time will tell.
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Re: Kirlawa Chronicle

Postby OrangeCrusader » Sun Nov 25, 2018 1:08 pm

National Resurrection gains 34 seats

This evening, There was cause for jubilation among the members of the far right fascist movement known as The Party of National Resurrection
as they managed to successfully obtain 34 seats in Parliament.
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