Stormark – 2008

Chancellor Forever 2005

Author: GOP Progressive 

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To many Stormark reminds them of a glorious Viking past. Situated among the rocky yet fertile coasts and fjords of the Atlantic, this former Scandanavian colony is holding parliamentary elections in the fall of 2008. Who will win control of government and decide the future of the Viking empire? This scenario has been updated with new regionalism, issues, and other dynamics.  – Also check out the site that is the inspiration for this scenario.

 

United Kingdom – 1983

 Prime Minister Forever – British

Authors: GOP Progressive & Ed Gaffney

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Margaret Thatcher and the Conservatives have governed for four years, through the low of recession and the high of victory in the Falklands War. The sharp leftward shift of the opposition Labour Party has brought about a new, centrist alternative: the SDP-Liberal Alliance. In the face of political and social fragmentation, Thatcher present a vision of economic freedom and robust nationhood.

United Kingdom – 1992

Prime Minister Forever – British

Authors: GOP Progressive & Ed Gaffney

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John Major succeeded Margaret Thatcher as Prime Minister in 1990. He has received plaudits for the Gulf War and opprobrium for the long economic recession in turn. Major has delayed the 1992 election for as long as possible to stave off the challenges from Neil Kinnock’s resurgent Labour Party and a new party, the Liberal Democrats. Will this pay off?

United Kingdom – 2005

Prime Minister Forever – British

Authors: GOP Progressive, Ed Gaffney, & Treasurer of the PC

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Tony Blair’s Labour party seems set to capture 10 Downing Street for a third consecutive term. Will Howard’s Conservatives stun the incumbents, or could the Tories tumble to third-place behind a rising Liberal Democratic party?  Scenario features expanded map, updated issue and candidate images, and fixed regionalism.

Ayati – 2009

Prime Minister Forever – British

Authors: GOP Progressive & Treasurer of the PC

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Five years after the highs of the greatest economic boom in its history, Ayati has woken up to a depressed economy, a terrorist insurgency in the North, and a string of foreign policy problems. The Ayati Peoples’ Congress has been the governing party of Ayati since its independence in 1997, but the current state of affairs has it losing its grip on power. Will the challenging Ayati National Alliance pull off an upset, will Congress remain in power, or will there be a hung Parliament with third parties as kingmakers?

Berringsland – 2010

Prime Minister Forever – British

Author: GOP Progressive

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In the December Revolution of 2009, the small South Pacific nation of Berringsland was shaken to its core after its dictatorial regime, led by the National Party, was overthrown in a massive popular uprising. Its economy in shambles, Berringsland faces a rough transition to democracy with a guerilla campaign from supporters of the old regime, and cultural questions on issues of national identity, religion, and race rising from the past. Now Berringsland is replacing the Provisional Assembly with its first democratic election in over three decades. Who will lead this small island-nation into its new birth of freedom?

Ireland – 2007

Chancellor Forever 2005

Authors: Ed Gaffney & GOP Progressive

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The 2007 Irish General Election has occurred as scheduled, with the race becoming a contest between the Fianna Fail-Progressive Democrats government and a broad-based “Alliance for Change” of Fine Gael and the Labour Party.  However, the rising Green Party may upset the political status quo.  Can Fianna Fail secure a 3rd successive government on the back of a strong economy?

Ireland – 2002

Chancellor Forever 2005

Author: Ed Gaffney

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Taoiseach Bertie Ahern’s FF-PD coalition has overseen five years of strong growth and occasional controversy. They now face the most divided opposition since the 1940s. Will Fine Gael and Labour regain support, or will the smaller parties have the best of it? And can Ahern win the greatest prize in Irish politics – a majority government?

Canada – 2008

Prime Minister Forever – Canada 2008

Author: GOP Progressive

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Despite fixed election legislation, Stephen Harper has called an election over a year early. With the Liberals in disarray, the Bloc Quebecois losing strength, and the NDP and Greens gaining strength at the expense of the Liberals, the conditions seem right for the Conservatives to win a majority. Will Harper preside over the first Conservative majority in a decade and a half?

Note:  This is a modification of the official and “wonk” 2008 scenarios.