Canada 1957

Canada – Fixed – 1957

The Liberal Party has governed Canada for 22 years with five consecutive majority governments under first Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King, then succeeded in 1948 by Justice Minister Louis St. Laurent. Though the economy is strong and St. Laurent himself remains popular, he excercises little supervision over his cabinet ministers, and several controversies have arisen of late. The Progressive Consevatives, under their new leader, the charismatic John Diefenbaker, plan to run a campaign potraying the Liberals as arrogant and out-of-touch, while the Liberals campaign on the national prosperity and their claim there’s no need to change.

Canada – 1993

 Prime Minister Forever – Canada 2008

Author: Habsfan and GOP Progressive

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A large recession, the fight over the GST, and the collapse of the Meech Lake and Charlottetown Accords destroyed Brian Mulroney’s final term. Now, Kim Campbell hopes to have a clean slate and salvage Progressive Conservative fortunes. With the rise of two strong regional parties in the West and Québec, will the new Prime Minister be able to hold off the resurgent Liberals?

Canada – 2011

Prime Minister Forever – Canada 2008

Author: GOP Progressive

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A non-confidence motion, backed by Ignatieff’s Liberals, Layton’s NDP, and Duceppe’s Bloc, has led to the fall of Prime Minister Harper’s Conservative government. Can the Liberals return to power after 5 years, or will Ignatieff’s calculations backfire, leading Harper to power and – this time – a majority? Will the NDP perhaps become Her Majesty’s Official Opposition? Can May’s Greens take their first seat in Parliament?

Alexandria – 1900

Prime Minister Forever – Canada 2008

Author: GOP Progressive

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Two years after the Constitutional Convention of 1898, which created a Constitutional Monarchy in the island empire of Alexandria, the grand coalition of Radicals and Imperial-Unionists has fallen. Who will win the first democratic election with universal male suffrage in the empire’s history?

Zimbabwe – 2008

Author: Sandy McLachlan

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Zimbabwe - 2008


It has been six years since Robert Mugabe’s Presidency was contested by his arch rival Morgan Tsvangirai. Now the country finds itself torn between the legacy of the ZANU PF and the rising tide of the MDC. With the progressive factions gaining traction, Mugabe faces the reality that he could lose control of the House of Assembly for the first time since independence.”

 

Note: This scenario was designed using Prime Minister Forever – Canada 2006 v. 1.03.7

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.

Australia – 1996

Note: this scenario is designed for Prime Minister Forever – Canada 2008, not Prime Minister Forever – Australia 2007.

Author: RI Democrat

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Australia - 1996

Australia – 1996

“After 13 years of Labor government, the Liberal/National Coalition have gained strong traction on a message of focusing on more basic issues as opposed to Prime Minister Paul Keating’s emphasis on the so-called “Big Picture.” But given Keating’s victory in the supposedly “unwinnable” election of 1993, no one is counting Labor out as the campaign gets under way.”

Quebec – 1944

Prime Minister Forever – Canada 2008

Author: Display Name

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Quebec - 1944

Quebec – 1944

“The Premier, Adelard Godbout, seeks another term for his Liberal government. The Québec Liberal Party (PLQ) won a majority at the last election in 1939. The Union National (UN) are the official opposition. They are led by former Premier, Maurice Duplessis. His center-right government was in power from 1936-39. A new center-left party has entered the political arena – the Bloc populaire canadien (BPC). They are led by André Laurendeau.”

Astaria – 2010

Prime Minister Forever – Canada 2008

Author – GOP Progressive, Ed Gaffney, and Treasurer of the PC

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Astaria - 2010

Astaria – 2010

“Astaria is one of the more populous micronations in the Latin realms, but with a struggling and fragile democracy.  Although a political backwater for most of its history, Astaria has discovered a new importance in the global economy and in geopolitics.  However, its current government has fallen and the President has called early elections due to rising political instability and a polarizing miner’s strike.  Will the forces of socialism finally emerge triumphant, or will the neo-liberal consensus remain in power or will a new political force emerge?”