Alberta – 2015

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Premier Jim Prentice, shortly after assuming the leadership of Alberta’s long-established Progressive Conservatives, has introduced a tough budget and called an election, gambling that he can capitalize on the seeming weakness of his rivals on both the right and the left. While most expect the PCs to win, some warn that this election might finally see the end of an Albertan political dynasty.

Designed for the PM4E2011 Canada engine. Many thanks to Patine for the municipal flags.

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Australia – 1975

Australia 1975

A series of controversial decisions has culminated in Governor-General John Kerr’s dismissal of Prime Minister Gough Whitlam nad his appointment of Malcolm Fraser, who did not have a lower house majority, in his place. Though Whitlam’s supporters are furious, many voters are more concerned about his turbulent handling of the economy.

Playable parties are Liberal, Labor, National Country, Democratic Labor, and Independent – no alternate leaders as of now. I am more than happy to hear feedback and consider further changes!

Australia – 1975