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Anarchists in power.
May God help us all.
I believe I'll start with you, Kadon...First imperial decree: All dogs must wear pants!
Also, couldn't we have had a ML-Moderate-Independent coalition?
Hmm I would have thought it would have been the other way around with a Independent minority government giving concessions to both the Anarchists and the moderates.
The Anarchist could have gotten voting rights for the farmers and the moderates higher minimum wages.
Do you really think the Marxist-Leninists would have wanted to align themselves with the Independents? A faction of Trade Unionists, non-Marxists and idealists? Probably not. I also doubt the Independents would have wanted to align with a faction of statists, expansionists and anti-Trade Unionists. Meanwhile, whilst clearly possible, it would have been difficult for Lenin to have gone to Bebel with his cap in hand and begged for an alliance from the very people he expelled from the Marxists.
The Independents were the smaller faction (the Anarchists had 6 more seats) and as you can see from the Workers' Vote have very little popular support (relying on the Party for 16 of their 21 seats). I'm also unsure if the Moderates would have joined a coalition including the Anarchists, even if the Anarchists weren't leading.
Damn you Necazian.
So, in the game you have finally anarchists as the ruling party?
Can we get some proper reforms and laws? And constitution?