Elections

  • Elections are 24h votes where you can give a personal vote to the candidate or party you prefer from a default list for the game.
  • They are repeated in cycles of 5 days (4 + 1 day of voting), being independent of each other.
  • You can vote any user with level 50 or higher and present the residence in the region (24h) of the elections (except in the primaries). 

We found four types of elections:

  • Party primary elections
  • Leader presidential election
  • Parliamentary elections
  • Autonomous elections

Party primary elections

  • Function: Determine the party list. The order of the list is chosen (for parliamentary elections) and the list-head (presidential candidate if the party won seats in parliament).
  • Candidates: All those members of the party at the beginning of the vote.
  • Voters: All members of the party until the end of the vote (even if you enter later, you can vote).
  • Forms of government: in all.

Leader presidential election

  • Function: To determine the leader of the nation, who will elect the rest of the government (Ministers and advisers).
  • Candidates: All party heads (first in the party list) of the nation if they won any seats in the past parliamentary elections. If the party stops being in a national region loses its candidate.
  • Voters: All residents in regions of the nation who have stayed 24h with the residence (after 24h with the residence you can vote). If you lose your residence your vote is not counted.
  • Forms of Government: in Republic and hegemonic party.

Parliamentary elections

  • Function: They determine the seats (percentage of seats of parliament by percentage of the total votes to the party) which takes each party of the nation. Of the seats obtained, within each match are allocated in order on the list.
  • Candidates: All parties of the nation (its headquarters are in a region belonging to the region). If the party stops being in a national region it disappears from the parliament. If a party gets more seats than members has the party to occupy the seats will be vacant (empty in Parliament). If new members enter the game they will be granted a seat.
  • Voters: All residents in regions of the nation who have stayed 24h with the residence (after 24h with the residence you can vote). If you lose your residence your vote is not counted.
  • Forms of Government: In Republic, in hegemonic party and in monarchy.

Autonomous elections

  • Function: They determine the seats (percentage of seats of parliament by percentage of the total votes to the party) which takes each party of the autonomy. Of the seats obtained, within each match are allocated in order on the list.
  • Candidates: All the parties of the autonomy (its seat is in a region pertaining to the autonomy). If the party stops being in an autonomous region it disappears from the parliament. If a party gets more seats than members has the party to occupy the seats will be vacant (empty in Parliament). If new members enter the game they will be granted a seat.
  • Voters: All residents in regions of autonomy who have stayed 24h with the residence (after 24h with the residence you can vote). If you lose your residence your vote is not counted.
  • Forms of government: in all.

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