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Postby hansoloffson » Wed Jun 20, 2018 9:14 pm

Alice Teodurschu press conference

The leader of the Social Democratic Party, after the election held a press conference to adress the issues of a coalition.

Once more we are the largest party in the diet, once more we were returned with a increased number of seats. We saw the White Rose fall in support along with most of the Neo Liberal parties, i want to start of with sharing my admiration for Charles Albert Brighton who decided to not run for his tenth reelection. He has been a inspiration and a great teacher. But that is not why i have called you all here. I have brought you here for the simple reason of coalition. I was approached by the leader of the Hosian Democratic Alliance. They offered to sit in a cabinet led by me on one condition. The complete destruction of our welfare state. The complete destruction of all taxes. The complete destruction of every goverment job, of our healthcare, our education and of our defense. We will never allow that to happen. We will not sit in a coalition with such a radical party. If anything we need more funds in to our education and healthcare, our industries needs to be supported, not ruined. We will neverlet ourselves or this great country be blackmailed by a radical party. I will always stand up for the workers of this nation, and i do hope that even the right wing parties will distance themselves from passing a budget that could not even properly fund our defense. Thank you all for coming and i hope a meaningful and strong coalition that can serve the people will be passed.


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Postby TUSCLeader » Fri Jun 22, 2018 11:09 am

Ben Sullivan makes election night speech
Thank you... Thank you all!...
What a campaign, what a result and what a team we have here at the TUSC. I would like to thank all of you, from our campaign co-ordinator Ellesha Wilson, all the way down to our newest and youngest party activist. This election result shows that the proponents of fear, despair and cynicism are wrong. Change through the ballot box is possible. We are proud that we fought this election on socialist principles, and have achieved our best election result ever. But the likelihood is that I will be stood here before you following another election before long. The enthusiasm that propelled this campaign forward needs to be carried into next time, or the dreams of an SDP/TUSC/LP Government will die. Keep up your anger, and channel it into an even better campaign next time.
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Postby colonelvesica » Tue Jun 26, 2018 2:23 am

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Postby TUSCLeader » Thu Jun 28, 2018 11:45 pm

West budget passed the diet
A huge moment for the Luthori economy has been confirmed today, as the huge budget reform proposals pit forward by the Finance Minister Aaron West have been signed off by the imperial diet. West himself hailed the result of the Diet vote in a triumphant speech to Industrial and General Union Conference;
Years of hurt for working people across Luthori will begin to end today. The Government has done what it promised, the TUSC has done what it promised, working class people in Luthori will now pay less income tax, but will receive far better public services as a result of increased taxes on the rich and corporations, as well as the eating up of the economically illiterate surplus the Right left us with. We will continue to promote radical changes for the working class of Luthori, so that our communities are never hung out to dry again


The Leader of the TUSC, Ben Sullivan, congratulated West in an interview for the Daily Worker, stating;
This is a huge personal triumph for Aaron. He's still a young man, but has spent many years studying economic policy, crafting and modelling proposals. The passing of his latest budget represents an incredible shift in the opinions of the Diet. The passing of his budget despite concerns of members of all parties is a tribute to Aaron as an articulator of ideas


West, 31 (pictured: http://www2.pictures.zimbio.com/bg/Bour ... ylLBvl.jpg) has arguably become the second most recognisable TUSC figure in the country, since being first elected to the diet at just 19 years of age
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Postby hansoloffson » Fri Jun 29, 2018 9:23 am

Chancellor once more

Luthroi politics seems to have transformed with the fight for Chancellorship between the LDU and the Social Democratic Party. In the latest election miss Teodurschu managed with the help of the Labour Party, Liberal Republican party and then Trade Union and Socialist coalition to make the change for a left wing goverment back in power.

Alice now at the age of 34 will serve her third term as Chancellor and her grip on the party remains steady. While challengers have come and gone they have each time been fended of and the grip on the party have tightened even further with the passing of a new proposal at the social democratic Party. Needing a 2/3 dismissal vote in order to first mount a leadership challenge of the Chairman.

While this has seen criticism from their own youth party it seems to have fallen on deaf ears and a new leader for their Youth party has been elected.

With a budget passed with massive investments towards public works in both the industry and public works it seems the coalition will last.

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Postby LuthoriLDU » Sat Jun 30, 2018 6:00 pm

More than half of Luthori is BLUE

Friends,

Luthori people have decided. LDU is again the biggest party in assembly. Moreover, we have won the head of state from the SDP. 3 out of 5 Arduchies are blue. Blue because the LDU won them. This was a clear rejection of the left and the current chancellor. If she is a responsible and thrustworthy she will step down. We got the mandate. Luthori got the mandate. We will try to create a cabinet of centre and centre-right. I urge the LRP to go into this cabinet. Their ideas will be heard.
I will issue a longer statement later.

Yours only,

Nicholas Ferina, president of LDU
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Postby TUSCLeader » Sat Jun 30, 2018 7:42 pm

TUSC make further gains

The TUSC gained seven seats at the election, giving them the largest return in the Diet they have seen. Leader Ben Sullivan made a speech to Party workers as results flowed in
Thank you all so much. Tonight was a vote of confidence in the TUSC and our part in the coaltion. Aaron West, Ashley Harris and Liam Owen have all made tremendous strides for Luthori as cabinet ministers, and will continue to do so. The results indicate a marginal victory for the coaltion Parties. The Luthori people have given their endorsement to 4 years of successful governance by the Left. It also gives me great joy to tell you all that the White Rose continue to fall further and further down. Mr Stinson told the diet before the election, and I quote, ‘roll on September'. Well September has rolled on and we now have a situation where many White Rose MDs will be benefited from all the job programmes of the Coalition. The LDU have been the most triumphant election losers I've seen in my lifetime, they're chanting and cheering despite the fact that they will remain on the opposition benches when the Diet sits again. This result has endorsed the Government of the Left, and we will continue as we were. We will continue to do our best to advance the interests of working class people from across Luthori. That's what you voted for us to do and that's what we will do


It's unclear whether there will be any changes to the makeup of the Coalition, as although the LRP lost seats, making the Cabinet no longer proportional to seats, they're in a strong negotiating position as a result of the tight election result.
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Postby TUSCLeader » Tue Jul 03, 2018 1:57 pm

TUSC Leader Sullivan to call fresh Leadership Election

The Leader of the Trade Union and Socialist Coaltion, Ben Sullivan, has resigned his position, opening up a Leadership challenge. It is currently unclear whether Sullivan himself will recontest the Leadership. Sullivan has always been the leader of the Party in it's 2 decades of existence. Sullivan is still only 48 years of age, but after the Parties worst election result in a decade, he is facing huge pressure from within his Party. Party sources expect Joseph Yates, former Food and Angriculture Spokesman for the Party, to challenge. Yates stood in 4405 on a platform of making the Party more socially Liberal. Sullivan will likely consult with other figures from the Trade Union movement and the Party Left before deciding on a potential challenge. If Sullivan decides not to challenge, Aaron West and Jennifer Thompson are considered to be the most likely alternative candidates for the Party Left.
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Postby TUSCLeader » Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:05 am

Final Nominations for TUSC Leadership candidates Confirmed

To successfully become a candidate for Leader, under an emergency resolution passed by the NEC in response to the Parliamentary Caucus being reduced to 30 MDs, the candidate threshold of the parliamentary Party was increased to needing the nomination of 10% of the Party Caucus, not including self nomination. As a result the following candidates were declared:

Ben Sullivan: 16 nominations

Joseph Yates: 5 nominations

Paul Emerson: 3 nominations

Sam Rawlston: 3 nominations

Sullivan received the support of all previous members of his final front bench, with the exception of Emerson, Peter Bracknell (who backed Rawlston), and Anthony Hewson, who backed Emerson. Sullivan also won the support of all major superunions. However, Yates' ideas for a more socially Liberal programme on immigration in particular has struck a chord with some of the younger members of the Party in the past, and following a poor Election result, may be able to tip the Leadership in Yates' favour.

The new contest for the deputy Leader has seen 5 candidates nominated:

Ellesha Wilson: 7 nominations

Paul Emerson: 6 nominations

Jennifer Thompson: 4 Nominations

Peter Bracknell: 3 nominations

Liam Owen: 3 nominations

The Televised debate that will take place at the end of August, will be a crucial moment ahead of the results on the 25th September.

Youpoll have carried out a poll of voting intentions for the Leadership election, the results are bad news for Sullivan;

1st round:
Joseph Yates: 38%
Ben Sullivan: 34%
Paul Emerson: 22%
Sam Rawlston: 6%

2nd Round:

Joseph Yates: 41%
Ben Sullivan: 35%
Paul Emerson: 24%

3rd Round:
Joseph Yates: 56%
Ben Sullivan: 44%

It is clear that the long term Leader will need a miracle campaign to survive.
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