Exact reform requirements to change between government types
Does anyone have a list of exactly which reforms need to be passed to swap from Prussian Constitutionalism to HM government.
I was under the impression that once I enabled voting and Gerrymandering I would be ok, but apparently not.
A list of the minimum reform level for each reform would be very useful, I really want to be able to choose Anarcho-Liberal parties!
Just wait for rebellion and let them hold your capital for at least 1 year
Non-secret or secret ballots and wealth voting. These work for sure.
But I think that non-secret ballots might actually be the only thing needed.
Last edited by magitsu; 27-06-2012 at 14:59.
Non-secret ballots or secret ballots will trigger HM's Government. Any voting rights starting with landed voting will work.
Ok excellent, so I need one more reform.
Originally Posted by deadhand13
If I become able to pass one reform, would I be better off choosing ruling party only for upper house, and choosing a liberal government, then I can pass everything I want, right?
If you appoint liberals to upper house, you won't magically get any reforms available. The required liberal voter support base must still be gathered.
Check out which movements are the strongest. Do not fulfill those until last (unless the numbers become too scary) so they will continue to generate support for more reforms.
Usually they want more democratic voting (suffrage movement), or abolitionism if you are a slaver. I reform free press, allow trade unions etc. everything else until I start moving toaards universal vote. When that is done I usually can get no more love for political reforms. Then it's time for the social stuff.
Sticking with first past the post/jefferson and appointed or the next one in the upper house leaves least room for unwanted smaller parties to rise. They don't even give immigration bonuses like most other reforms.
Last edited by magitsu; 28-06-2012 at 15:03.
If you somehow got that reform and put a Liberal party in charge then you can pass any political reform you want (not social reform though). But getting enough Reactionaries/Communists in your UH to roll back a reform (I'm assuming you have appointed UH or higher) would be way harder then getting enough Liberals. Liberals are very easy to get.
Originally Posted by Ogrecrusher