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  • RE: Commission Elections, October 2021

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  • RE: Duxburian News Media

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  • RE: European Development Agency

    Regarding the request for "Kickstart phase 1 development of the "Solaris Azrekko" solar energy megafarm" by the Union of Duxburian Dominions

    The time of deliberation has concluded at 06:34 GMT
    It was proposed that the European Commission proposes a counter-offer to the Union of Duxburian Dominions
    The votes for proposing the counter-offer are as follows:
    FOR: Two
    AGAINST: None
    ABSTAINED FROM VOTING: None
    DID NOT VOTE: One

    Therefore the European Commission proposes the following counter-offer to the Union of Duxburian Dominions:
    Name of the state: Union of Duxburian Dominions
    Intended use for the subsidy: Kickstart phase 1 development of the "Solaris Azrekko" solar energy megafarm.
    Requested form of subsidy: Low-interest loan, Cash to the City of Azrekko
    Amount of money requested (In Euros): 441 000 000€
    Proposed time-frame in which the loan will be paid back: 10-20 years, with a 1-3 year grace period before repayment to allow for economic recovery
    Proposed interest per annum: 0,16%

    The Union of Duxburian Dominions may fully accept, partly accept or fully refuse the counter-offer. In a case where the member state fully accepts the counter-offer, the amended subsidy request is granted by the European Commission. In a case where the member state partly accepts or fully refuses the counter-offer, the Commission will deliberate and vote on whether to grant or deny the subsidy request in its amended or original form without the right to make another counter-offer to the subsidy request.

    Sofie Čikarová
    Premier Commissioner

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  • RE: European Development Agency

    I vote FOR proposing this counteroffer to the Union of Duxburian Dominions.

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  • RE: European Development Agency

    Regarding the request for "Kickstart phase 1 development of the "Solaris Azrekko" solar energy megafarm" by the Union of Duxburian Dominions

    For the reasons I stated before, I propose that a counteroffer is offered to the Union of Duxburian Dominions lowering the requested amount to 441 000 000€ and lowering the proposed interest per annum to 0,16%.

    I am also ready to accept the request if the Union of Duxburian Dominions partially accepts the proposed counteroffer and lowers the requested amount up to 588 000 000€ and scales the requested interest per annum with it. In the case of requesting 588 000 000€ the proposed interest amount per annum should be at least 0,21%.

    As I said before I am personally also in favor of providing more subsidies for the project later in the year, if the Agency and the Future Initiative Allotment will have sufficient funds.


    Proposed Counteroffer:
    Name of the state: Union of Duxburian Dominions
    Intended use for the subsidy: Kickstart phase 1 development of the "Solaris Azrekko" solar energy megafarm.
    Requested form of subsidy: Low-interest loan, Cash to the City of Azrekko
    Amount of money requested (In Euros): 441 000 000€
    Proposed time-frame in which the loan will be paid back: 10-20 years, with a 1-3 year grace period before repayment to allow for economic recovery
    Proposed interest per annum: 0,16%


    I vote FOR proposing this counteroffer to the Union of Duxburian Dominions

    Sofie Čikarová
    Premier Commissioner

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  • RE: Czech Slavia, The Democratic Republic of - Factbook

    The National Assembly of the Democratic Republic of Czech Slavia from 2021

    Since 23 October 2021

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    Government (294)
    • Socialist Republican Party (294)

    Opposition (113)
    • Alliance of Independent Mayors and Civic Democrats (40)
    • Party of the Democratic Left (28)
    • Communist Party of Czech Slavia (23)
    • Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia (22)

    posted in The European Factbook
  • RE: Commission Elections, October 2021

    The Democratic Republic of Czech Slavia votes as follows:

    For the Office of Premier Commissioner

    1. Sofie ČIKAROVÁ (Czech Slavia)
    2. Jean-Claude JUNKCER (Spain)
    3. Harish DESAI (United Duchies)
    4. Ville NIINISTÖ (Mennrimiak)
    5. Kittichat THONGTHANG (Ruthund)

    For the Office of Internal Affairs Commissioner

    1. Ilmaras KALESSED (Istkalen)
    2. Joseph BIDEN (Reitzmag)
    3. Sebastian PIÑERA ECHENIQUE (Gania)
    4. Sanna MARIN (Mennrimiak)
    5. Paul-Gabrielle MUZHARE (Nofoaga)
    6. Kittichat THONGTHANG (Ruthund)
    7. Margaret THATCHER (Brickston)

    For the Office of Foreign Affairs Commissioner

    1. Pekka HAAVISTO (Mennrimiak)
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  • RE: Czech News Media

    Česká tisková kancelář

    Results of the 22 - 23 legislative and European Commission elections

    The Czech legislative election and the European Commission Elections held on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 were without any major complications, from few voting places there were reports of arguments between the members of the People's Militias and the Worker's Militias but the elections were undisturbed. Out of the 39 370 149 total eligible voters 34 338 644 voted in the elections, a turnout of 87,22%. 362 013 votes were invalid.


    Czech Legislative Elections

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    The Socialist Republican Party won the election with 70,89% of the votes (24 084 754 votes), which is an increase of 5,09% from the National Front result in 2017 and the largest share of the votes of the party since the adoption of multi-party system. The SRP won 294 mandates in the National Assembly.

    The Alliance of Independent Mayors and Civic Democrats received 9,85% of the votes (3 347 028 votes) and won 40 mandates making it the second largest subject in the National Assembly.

    The Party of the Democratic Left received 6,84% of the votes (2 323 139 votes) and won 28 mandates, more then the Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia from which the PDL split.

    The Communist Party of Czech Slavia (2021) received 5,56% of the votes (1 887 657 votes) and won 23 mandates.

    The Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia was the last party to pass the 5% threshold with 5,34% of the votes (1 815 287 votes), which is a decrease of 2,57% from the National Front of Labour result in 2017. The SDPCS won 22 mandates in the National Assembly.

    The Green Party received 1,26% of the votes (429 302), a slight increase from the 2017 result, and failed to pass the 5% threshold. Other political subject received 0,26% of the votes.

    This is the first time since 12 December 2020 that no seats in the National Assembly will be vacant. The current Speaker of the Parliament Antonín Smetana from the SRP, expressed happiness over the result and over the fact that the election were without any larger issues and that there will be no more vacant seats. According to him the Socialist Republican Party succeed thanks to closely following the leadership of the Wise Leader President Reiserová which always puts the people in the centre. Smetana promised that the Socialist Republicans will continue to follow President Reiserová and working for the working men and women. He also thanked all the voters, candidates of the SRP, volunteers, members of the electoral commissions and members of the People's Militias for ensuring the safety at the polling places. In the election headquarters of the SRP members of the party celebrated by chanting "long live to the Socialist Republican Party" and "long live to President Reiserová"

    Leader of the Alliance of Independent Mayors and Civic Democrats Vít Sršeň accused the Socialist Republican Party of using unfair practices to win the election.

    Leader of the Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia, Alois Jelen announced that he won't defend his office of the leader of the party at the next party meeting.


    Premier Commissioner Election

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    Sofie Čikarová (PEL) from Czech Slavia won the election with 76,83% of the votes (26 104 804 votes), followed by Jean-Claude Jucker (EPA) from Spain with 13,06% of the votes (4 437 528 votes) and Harish Desai (ELSS) from the United Duchies with 9,09% of the votes (3 089 757 votes). Ville Niniistö (Independent) from Mennrimiak placed fourth with 0,52% of the votes (175 409 votes) and Kittichat Thongthang (Independent) from Ruthund placed fifth with 0,50% of the votes (169 133 votes).


    Internal Affairs Commissioner Election

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    Ilmaras Kalessed (PEL) from Istkalen won the election with 64,50% of the votes (21 913 401 votes), followed by Joseph Biden (Independent) from Reitzmag with 20,33% of the votes (6 908 747 votes), Sebastian Piñera Echenique (Independent) from Gania with 9,91% of the votes (3 367 289 votes) and Sanna Marin (Independent) from Mennrimiak with 2,64% of the votes ( 896 581 votes). Paul-Gabrielle Muzhare (EPA) from Nofoaga placed fifth with 1,41% of the votes (478 470 votes), Kittichat Thongthang (Independent) from Ruthund placed sixth with 0,64% of the votes (217 325 votes) and Margaret Thatcher (Independent) from Brickston placed seventh with 0,57% of the votes (194 818 votes).


    Foreign Affairs Commissioner Election

    Pekka Haavisto (Independent) from Mennrimiak received 21 402 317 votes (62,99%).

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  • RE: European Development Agency

    Regarding the request for "Grand public display of art and architecture at Imperial Palace, Telum, to celebrate Empire's Decennial" by the Empire of Inimicus:

    The time of deliberation has concluded at 13:00 GMT
    The votes for granting the subsidy are as follows:
    FOR: None
    AGAINST: Two
    ABSTAINED FROM VOTING: None
    DID NOT VOTE: One

    Therefore the European Commission DENIES the subsidy request on the grounds that the European Development Agency is not meant to subsidize the promotion of culture.

    The request now goes to the European Council. The European Council has 120 hours, until 13:00 GMT 28. 10. 2021, to start a review process. If the European Council doesn't start the review process in this period, the decision of the European Commission is approved by the European Council.

    Sofie Čikarová
    Premier Commissioner

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  • RE: Czech Slavia, The Democratic Republic of - Factbook

    The National Assembly of the Democratic Republic of Czech Slavia from 2017 until 2021

    Since 21 October 2017 until 19 August 2020

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    Government (274)
    • National Front (274)

    • Communist Party of Czech Slavia (269)
    • Czech Socialist Party (5)

    Opposition (133)
    • Civic Forum (54)
    • Czech National Democracy (47)
    • National Front of Labour (32)

    • Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia (30)
    • Czech National Social Party (2)

    Since 19 August 2020 until 3 December 2020

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    Government (269)
    • Communist Party of Czech Slavia (269)

    Opposition (138)
    • Civic Forum (54)
    • Czech National Democracy (47)
    • Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia (30)
    • The Left (7)

    The Czech Socialist Party and the Czech National Social Party merged into The Left, leaving their electoral coalitions. The National Front and the National Front of Labour thus ceased to exist.

    Since 3 December 2020 until 12 December 2020

    Government Support (407)
    • Communist Party of Czech Slavia (269)
    • Civic Forum (54)
    • Czech National Democracy (47)
    • Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia (30)
    • The Left (7)

    On 3 December a caretaker government of Michal Plachta was appointed after the government of Slavomíra Černá stepped down.


    Transitional National Assembly since 12 December 2020 until 18 March 2021

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    Government (274)
    • Socialist Republican Party (274)

    Vacant (133)
    Vacant (133)

    During the Crisis of 2020 the National Assembly of Czech Slavia split as the government of Michal Plachta lost the confidence of the Communist Party of Czech Slavia. Members of the Parliament from the Communist Party of Czech Slavia that refused to follow the principle of democratic principle were replaced and all seats that were won by the National Front in 2017 were filled by the members of the Communist Party of Czech Slavia. On December 14 2020 the Communist Party of Czech Slavia changed its name into the Socialist Republican Party. Other seats remained vacant as other political parties were temporarily banned.


    Transitional National Assembly since 18 March 2021 until 13 May 2021

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    Government (274)
    • Socialist Republican Party (274)

    Opposition (32)
    • Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia (32)

    Vacant (101)
    Vacant (101)

    The Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia was re-registered and readmitted into the National Assembly on 18 March 2021. All the seats won by the National Front of Labour in 2017 were filled by the members of the Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia.


    Transitional National Assembly since 13 May 2021 until 23 October 2021

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    Government (270)
    • Socialist Republican Party (270)

    Opposition (36)
    • Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia (33)
    • Communist Party of Czech Slavia (3)

    Vacant (101)
    Vacant (101)

    On 13 May 2021 the Communist Party of Czech Slavia (2021) (not to be confused with the Communist Party of Czech Slavia that existed until 2020) was registered with three members of the parliament from the Socialist Republican Party becoming members of the Communist Party of Czech Slavia. One parliament member from the Socialist Republican Party became a member of the Social Democratic Party of Czech Slavia.

    posted in The European Factbook