Creating a party:
- An application to an appropriate Dep. requiring;
- 4 players willing to join, with 1 being an MP
- An assigned leader, treasurer, and recruiter.
- This would then be accepted if it meets the requirements and pays a K200 registration fee every 30 days
- Leader - Founder of the Party, and writer of the Manifesto pledges.
- Treasurer - Responsible for party funds, and paying tax to the government.
- Recruiter - Responsible for recruiting members to the party
- NOTE - Failure to pay appropriate taxes would occur is disassembly of the party.
- Due to timezones, voting will commence for a set amount of hours, from a set timezone, and thus will be explicitly stated.
- Voting for wide-reaching events - e.g elections, will be a public vote, while parliamentary votes will be for MP's only.
- Voting will occur by a sheet of paper (1 per person) being renamed in an anvil and be given to a vote counter, or /invsee'n out
- Voter vote for MP's - the party with the largest vote count for their MP's are victorious
Parties & Voting:
- For a set amount of time before an election, the parties can release their manifesto and campaign to try to win votes
- The party that wins the most votes is elected into parliament, with its leader becoming chancellor.
- The party that wins the second most votes becomes the official opposition.
- If a parliament is seen as unable to do its job, then a vote of no-confidence can be carried out, with the majority vote by MP's deciding the result. A successful vote causes a snap election
- Those who choose not to join / make a party can still run in an election.
- If they get the most votes in an election, they become chancellor and the next biggest party becomes the opposition.
- In the case of an Independent coming first and second, the winner is given chancellor and the second given deputy - and the next biggest party becomes the opposition