Diario de Aza?a



  • Irene Arias new president of the Republic

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    Former vicepresident of the Government and minister of Economy and Commerce, Irene Arias (Liberal Party - EPP), has been designated the new president of the Republic of Northern Caesarea in the fourth Electoral College vote.

    Arias won the nomination with 258 yeas and 58 nays.

    As President of the Republic, she will hold a mostly ceremonial role with certain reserve powers, like the decision of dissolving the Senate or to hold referendums, the possibility to send any law or decree to the Constitutional Court and the power to seek the Senate authorization to send troops abroad.



  • Kligenberg wins first round on Commission elections

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    EPP candidate Alexander Kligenberg, supported by the opposition Liberal Party, has won the first round of the Commission National Election, which will decide the vote of Northern Caesarea in the European electoral process.

    The local candidate, V?ctor Zubeldia, has obtained a major disappointment, as he will not compete in the second round. This result has been considered a protest vote against the Ben Yusuf administration policies.

    Austrur socialist Luc Clazier will be the other candidate in second round. The votes in french-speaking zone of Gavachie has been the clue of this electoral success

    Kligensberg EPP (36.4%)

    Clazier PES (22.7%)

    Zubeldia ELDL (19.3%)

    Shaw ECR (18.2%)

    Liszkosky ELDL (2.3%)

    Monty ELDL (1.1%)



  • Clazier wins European Elections run-off

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    Luc Clazier, of the Party of the European Socialists (PES), has won the election to determine the Northern Caesarea vote for the European Commission.

    The social-democratic politician from Austrur obtained a razor-thin victory against the European People's Party (EPP) Candidate and Premier Commissioner, Alexander Kligenberg.

    Results:

    Clazier PES (50.8%)

    Kligenberg EPP (49.2%)

    Turnout: 61.5%



  • All Europe has their eyes on Northern Caesarea

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    Northern Caesarean electors, bored by the frequency of elections in the last few weeks, have the clue to determine the name of the Premier Commissioner and even the composition of the European Commission.

    Polls will open soon and results are expected tomorrow.



  • Press conference of Vice President Gabriel Villar about the results of the European Election

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    Good morning, ladies and gentlemen.

    First of all, I would like to congratulate the people of Northern Caesarea for the exercise of democratic maturity that they have done in the election day. Not a single incident has occurred in the whole day and the voting has been celebrated with normality. The forces sent by the National Republican Guard and the Regional Police Corps had, fortunately, a rather boring day of work.

    The turnout has been 53%. It is almost 8 points below the previous European election result.

    In giving our people the right to elect directly the members of the European Commission, we are creating awareness towards the Union policies and we are creating a European citizenship, above the image of the EU as a private club of statesmen and politicians.

    These are the results of the election:

    Premier Commissioner:

    Kligenberg EPP (52.3%)

    Liszckosci ELDL (47.7%)

    Members of the Commision

    Monty ELDL (58.3%)

    Shaw ECR (27.8%)

    Von Danzig (13.9%)

    We congratulate Mr. Kligenberg and Mr. Monty for their results.

    I will personally send them to Europolis.



  • Regional Elections in Northern Caesarea

    Socialdemocrats tie with nationalists in Els Pirineus

    PSD (30.7%): 15

    UDP (30.7%): 15

    PL (13.9%): 6

    AR (8.9%): 4

    LV (6.9%): 3

    AS (4.0%): 1

    FN (3.0%): 1

    The government will be formed by the Socialdemocrats (PSD) and the UDP nationalists. The governor will be Aar?n Hidalgo

    Liberals win in Espaniola Monogolia

    PL (36.0%): 17

    PNM (27.0%): 13

    PSD (16.0%): 7

    FN (9.0%): 4

    AR (8.0%): 3

    AS (3.0%): 1

    The government will be formed by the Liberals (PL) and the Monogolian Nationalists (PNM). Joshua Uranga wins a new mandate as governor.

    Socialdemocrats win in Azahara

    PSD (32.7%): 16

    AJP (17.8%): 9

    PL (15.8%): 8

    AR (9.9%): 4

    AS (9.9%): 4

    PC (6.9%): 3

    LV (4.0%): 1

    The government will be formed by the Socialdemocrats (PSD) and the AJP nationalists. The governor will be Malak Kayrooz.

    Republicans win in New Castile

    AR (30.7%): 15

    PL (18.8%): 9

    PSD (18.8%): 9

    PC (8.9%): 4

    TE (8.9%): 4

    FN (3.0%): 1

    LV (3.0%): 1

    BG (3.0%): 1

    AS (2.0%): 1

    The government will be formed by the Republican Alliance (AR) and the Socialdemocrats (PSD). The governor will be Valeria Varela.

    Gavachie

    PSD (26.3%): 8

    AR (21.2%): 7

    BG (21.2%): 7

    PL (17.2%): 5

    LJ (3.0%): 1

    FN (3.0%): 1

    PC (3.0%): 1

    The elections for the General Council of the Special Administrative Zone of Gavachie were won by the Socialdemocrats, with Oc?ane D?ez as first councilor. She will govern with the help of the Bloc Gavachois and the Communist Party.

    Land's End

    PL (28.3%): 9

    AR (24.2%): 8

    EP (21.2%): 7

    PSD (13.1%): 4

    FN (8.1%): 2

    The elections for the General Council of the Special Administrative Zone of Land's End were won by the Liberals, with Sonia Ferrari as first councilor. She will govern with the help of the English Party.

    National Total

    AR 28,5%
    PSD 20,9%
    PL 19,7%
    PC 7,7%
    TE 5,8%
    FN 3,7%
    UDP 3,1%
    LV 3,0%
    AS 2,0%
    BG 1,8%
    LJ 1,3%
    EP 1,2%
    PNM 1,0%
    AJP 0,2%

    Political Parties

    * Partido Liberal (PL, Liberal Party): Conservatism, Liberal conservatism, Christian democracy, Social conservatism
    * Partido Socialdem?crata (PSD, Socialdemocrat Party): Social democracy, Democratic socialism, Progressivism, Third Way
    * Alianza Republicana (AR, Republican Alliance): Social liberalism, Centrism, economic liberalism
    * Libertad y Justicia (LJ, Freedom and Justice): Social conservatism, economic liberalism, euroscepticism, populism
    * Los Verdes (LV, Greens): Green politics
    * Frente Nacional (FN, National Front): Nationalism, antiglobalism, right-wing populism, euroscepticism, protectionism
    * Partido Comunista (PC, Communist Party): Communism, Democratic socialism, Anticapitalism, Eco-socialism
    * Alternativa Socialista (AS, Socialist Alternative): Democratic socialism
    * Bloc Gavachois - Bloque Gabacho (BG, Gavachois Bloc): Left-wing nationalism, Social democracy
    * Tradici?n Espa?ola (TE, Spanish tradition): Spanish nationalism, Christian democracy, euroscepticism, ecologism
    * Uni? Democr?tica dels Pirineus - Uni?n Democr?tica de Los Pirineos (UDP, Democratic Union of The Pyrenees): Left-wing nationalism, Social Democracy, Progressivism
    * Monogoliako Abertzale Alderdi - Partido Nacionalista de Monogolia (PNM, Monogolia Nationalist Party): Conservatism, basque nationalism, populism
    * English Party - Partido Ingl?s (EP): Conservatism, english nationalism, populism, euroscepticism
    * Azahara Justified Party (AJP): Social democracy,
    Islamic democracy, Progressivism



  • Three women will fight for Presidency

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    President of the Government Irati ben Yusuf

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    Former minister of Housing Emma Luque

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    Governor of Azahara Malak Kayrooz

    President of the Government Irati ben Yusuf will have to confront two other women, former Housing minister Emma Luque of the Liberal Party (PL) and governor of Azahara Malak Kayrooz, of the Socialdemocratic Party (PSD) in order to mantain her job.

    Emma Luque won the Liberals primary election with 63,8% of the votes against Sonia Ferrari, general councillor of Land's End, who got 36,2%. Luque wants to get votes at the right wing of the party with a populist, nationalist, anti-inmigration and loosely eurosceptic platform.

    Malak Kayrooz won the primaries against the incumbent leader of the party and vicepresident of the Government, Gabriel Villar, obtaining 54,0% of the votes. Kayrooz vows to conquer electors with a federalist/regionalist message and a more leftist economic and social agenda.

    In samller options, women also are on top. It is the case of communist Yanira Lessard, fascist Noemi Savard, conservative Martina Redondo, ecologist Noem? Garaikoetxea and Ana Mar?a Uranga, of the newly formed Pirate Party.



  • New kids on the block

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    F?lix Goikoetxea

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    Ana Mar?a Uranga

    Two new political parties will be on the ballots in the next elections: Ciudadanos por el Cambio (CPC-Citizens for Change) and Partido Pirata (PP-Pirate Party).

    CPC is an initiative fuelled, and financed, by Felix Goikoetxea, one of Northern Caesarea wealthiest persons. Goikoetxea, wants to reach "citizens who want to make a real change in how politics are made in our nation. We cannot afford a lacklustre political class, filled with people who had not worked in any other place than in their parties, out of reality and far away from the interests of common people and entrepreneurs". CPC is against red tape, bureaucracy and economic regulations and defends a "zero deficit" rule in public administration.

    The Pirate Party is born in the social media as an initiative to fight against regulations on file sharing in the web and attempts of censorship and control in Internet either by the State or big multinational companies. "Our rights and liberties are under assault with the excuse of copyright laws, rights of the authors or the recently approved European Patent Act. A lobby of huge multinationals is ready to do anything in order to maintain their privileges and benefits and Governments are delighted in serving their interests and they do not think on their electors or the whole society interests. We are not a coalition of geeks and teenagers in a tantrum for not being allowed to share music, files or x-rated material. We are a group of concerned citizens who want to fight against the greatest threat against democracy since the end of WWII", declares Ana Mar?a Uranga, president of the party.



  • Bombing at shopping mall in Aza?a kills 17

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    A huge explosion perturbed the normally peaceful life in Aza?a, capital of Northern Caesarea, this morning. A bomb exploded in El Secarral shopping mall, when the restaurants were crowded of people having breakfast and shops full of customers.

    A homemade bomb with 30 kilos of amonal and 100 litres of gasoline exploded in the three-storey subterranean car park below the commercial centre, killing 17 people and wounding more than one hundred.

    A previously unknown group, named Guerrilleros de Cristo Rey (Christ King Warriors) has claimed responsibility for the bombing, in a phone call to far-right newspaper "La Voz de la Patria". "More blood must be shed in order to obtain the redemption of our fatherland", they declared.

    "The National Republican Guard has several lines of investigation. We have no doubt than the murderers will be caught and jailed", has said president of the Government, Irati ben Yusuf.



  • Liberals can win the elections, poll

    The terrorist attack in Aza?a has given a slight advantage to the Liberal Party in the legislative elections, according to a Socioscopia/Universidad Nacional poll. Their leader's message about being tough on crime has been well received among the public opinion.

    Social-democrats are in trouble, having to fight bitterly against communists to be the principal left wing force.

    Pirate Party can win some seats.

    PL (EPP) 21%
    AR (EFP) 20%
    PSD (PES) 13%
    PC (PEL) 13%
    LV 9%
    AS 9%
    PP 8%
    LJ 4%
    BG 2%
    CPC 2%

    * Partido Liberal (PL, Liberal Party): Conservatism, Liberal conservatism, Christian democracy, Social conservatism
    * Partido Socialdem?crata (PSD, Socialdemocrat Party): Social democracy, Democratic socialism, Progressivism, Third Way
    * Alianza Republicana (AR, Republican Alliance): Social liberalism, Centrism, economic liberalism
    * Libertad y Justicia (LJ, Freedom and Justice): Social conservatism, economic liberalism, euroscepticism, populism
    * Los Verdes (LV, Greens): Green politics
    * Frente Nacional (FN, National Front): Nationalism, antiglobalism, right-wing populism, euroscepticism, protectionism
    * Partido Comunista (PC, Communist Party): Communism, Democratic socialism, Anticapitalism, Eco-socialism
    * Alternativa Socialista (AS, Socialist Alternative): Democratic socialism
    * Bloc Gavachois - Bloque Gabacho (BG, Gavachois Bloc): Left-wing nationalism, Social democracy
    * Tradici?n Espa?ola (TE, Spanish tradition): Spanish nationalism, Christian democracy, euroscepticism, ecologism
    * Uni? Democr?tica dels Pirineus - Uni?n Democr?tica de Los Pirineos (UDP, Democratic Union of The Pyrenees): Left-wing nationalism, Social Democracy, Progressivism
    * Monogoliako Abertzale Alderdi - Partido Nacionalista de Monogolia (PNM, Monogolia Nationalist Party): Conservatism, basque nationalism, populism
    * English Party - Partido Ingl?s (EP): Conservatism, english nationalism, populism, euroscepticism
    * Azahara Justified Party (AJP): Social democracy, Islamic democracy, Progressivism
    * Partido Pirata (PP, Pirate Party): Freedom of Information, privacy, copyright and patent reform, transparency of government, education, Civil libertarianism
    * Ciudadanos Por el Cambio (CPC, Citizens for Change): Populism, Economic liberalism, Social liberalism, Christian democracy, progressivist liberalism, soft euroscepticism



  • Liberals win the elections, grand coalition likely

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    The Liberal Party (EPP), with the leadership of Emma Luque, has won the elections hold today in Northern Caesarea, with 181 seats and 23,5% of popular vote.

    Conversations between the President of the Republic, Irene Arias, and the leaders of all political forces have begun tonight in Aza?a. Emma Luque will probably the candidate nominated to win the confidence of the Senate as new President of the Government. She has no option but looking for Republican support, given the left wing representation in the legislature.



  • New Liberal/Republican Government announced today

    President:
    Emma Luque (Liberal)

    Vicepresident:
    Irati Ben Yusuf (Republican)

    Foreign Affairs:
    Francisco Javier Aparicio (Liberal)

    Education:
    Jaime Santana (Republican)

    Environment:
    Jayden Djorov (Republican)

    Economy and Commerce:
    Sonia Ferrari (Liberal)

    Healthcare:
    Clara Gonz?lez (Republican)

    Homeland Security:
    Mar Grau (Liberal)

    Public Works:
    Izan Moya (Liberal)

    Defense:
    Valeria Varela (Republican)

    Social Welfare:
    Ra?l Lozano (Liberal)

    Justice:
    Noa Navarro (Republican)

    Agriculture:
    Madison Jones (Liberal)

    Housing:
    Iker Conde (Liberal)

    Culture:
    Fernando Soler (Liberal)

    Industry:
    Nicol?s Nieto (Liberal)


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