Quebec 2007 – Le choc des chefs

I pay tribute to malvail and his old scenarios for Forever which helped us a lot

After a bumpy mandate, Charest is seeking re-election. In front of him, the opposition seems weak, luckily for him, the PQ being torn by leadership troubles with André Boisclair as leader. However the ADQ rapidly going up in the polls in the last few months with the Dumont as a charismatic leader..

Could Premier Charest be re-elected? With a majority or minority? Will André Boisclair, first openly homosexual ruler of a great party in North America wins the election? Or will Mario Dumont, leader of the 3rd party, pursue his trend and become Leader of the Official Opposition, or maybe, Premier himself?

And what about Quebec Solidaire? Could this new force matters and bring any MP to the national assembly? By taking the Pequist stronghold of Mercier or Gouin in Montreal? To be continued…

MOD HERE : Quebec – 2007

(Take the mod in the zip and put it either in your user_scenario for Canada Infinity or British Infinity either in your scenarios in your Canada or British scenario file)

THERE ARE A LOT OF ALTERNATIVE LEADERS FOR EACH PARTY

The electoral map of Quebec is adapted to the leader you choose. Montréal and Laval will favorize a left-wing leader, Capitale-Nationale and ChaudiÚres-Appalache will favorize a Center-Right leader.

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Note : To favorize Quebec Solidaire in the mod, Greens and Solidaires have been merged to make them competitive with big parties.

Parti Québécois

André Boisclair historical leader

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Pauline Marois arrived 2nd, former Minister and (PM in 2012)

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Former PM and OL of the Can opp as former Conservative Minister and Ch of the PQ Lucien Bouchard

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Former leader and PM Bernard Landry

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Actor Pierre Curzi

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Journalist Bernard Drainville

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Former finance minister Joseph Facal

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Louise Harel strong Montreal leader

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Gilles Duceppe chief of the Bloc Québécois at federal leve

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François Legault former Pequist Minister and Spokesperson of the Official Opposition

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Richard Legendre former Sport’s minister

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Parti Libéral du Québec

Premier Jean Charest

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Monique J-F economic minister

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Tom Mulcair former Liberal minister and NDP MP of Outremont for federal

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Pierre Paradis former Liberal Minister, left-wing!

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Philippe Couillard Healthcare minister

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Yvon Picotte former Pdt of ADQ and Bourassa Minister

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Yves SĂ©guin former Liberal minister for economy, right-wing economic minister

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ADQ leaders

Mario Dumont, historical leader

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Sebastien Proulx, n°2 of the ADQ

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Gilles Taillon, former leader of the “Conseil du Patronat” economic right wing

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Quebec Solidaire and Green alliance

Amir Khadir, spokesperson and main ruler of the party

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Françoise David, spokesperson of the party

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Scott Mckay, Green leader (next PQ candidate for l’Assomption and Repentigny in 2008 and 2012 and PQ minister in next elections)

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Norwich City Council, 2019

So while national politics tears itself apart and nobody knows what the local elections *really* tell us, here’s a less interesting local election in a city close to my heart, the home of Delia, the Canaries and Alan Partridge. Will Labour be able to keep control of Norwich City Council? Probably. Will the Greens, Lib Dems or Conservatives make any gains? That’s up to you! Enjoy

Norwich – 2019

 

Spain election 2019 scenario! V.1 (Pre election)

With the Spanish general election on 28th April, here is a scenario for the election. I will adjust the figures once the actual results are in to reflect the changes.

Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez is facing a tough re-election fight as a C’s-PP-VOX alliance appears to be gaining ground. Can the Socialists win a majority along with their Podemos allies, or will the right wing parties win? Or will we end up in a situation where neither bloc has a majority and has to rely on nationalist parties?

Party ideologies:

PSOE: Socialist (Centre-Left)

PP: Christian Democratic (Centre-Right to Right-wing)

C’s: Liberal (Centre to centre-right)

UP: Socialist (Left to far-left)

VOX: Ultranationalist, Francoist (Far-Right)

ERC: Nationalist, Socialist (Left-Wing)

PDECAT: Nationalist, Liberal (Centre-Centre-Right)

PACMA: Animal rights, socialism (Left-wing)

PNV: Nationalist, Christian Democratic (Centre-Right)

EH-Bildu: Nationalist, Socialist (Left-Wing).

 

Party alliances:

Centre-Left: PSOE+UP

Centre-Right/Far Right: PP+C’s+VOX

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_Spanish_general_election

Spain-2019

Quebec 2018 – Change has come (events added)

Quebec – 2018 mod

In 2018, change is the keyword for the Quebec election. After being in power for 13 of the last 15 years (and the last 4 years), the incumbent Liberal party (PLQ) suffers from low approval ratings . Since autumn 2017, the Coalition Avenir QuĂ©bec (CAQ), with François Legault as leader, has been ahead of the PLQ in almost all the polls, with the Parti QuĂ©bĂ©cois (PQ) – currently the official opposition – significantly behind them in third. Quebec Solidaire (QS), meanwhile, has merged with the independentist party Option Nationale, and is in fourth. It seems to be a two-way race between CAQ and PLQ, but with a lot of undecideds, the result is nowhere near certain. Will the CAQ be able to maintain its lead without alienating its base? Will the PLQ be able to win despite a historically low approval rate? Will the PQ be able to buck the trend and to keep its current seats, or even increase them? And finally, will QS be able to finally gain a seat outside Montreal?

Events :

Gertrude Bourdon announces she will run with PLQ, not CAQ

Le Bouyonec to resign, Eric Caire in trouble over a loan

Lisée won the Radio Canada debate

Manon Massé is impressive

Legault considered as unclear on immigration

Lisée asks Massé who rules Quebec solidaire during the third debate, the question is considered out of the corner by the animator

Medias start seeking who rules Quebec Solidaire

Premier Philippe Couillard under controversy : He tells a complete family can live with 75 canadian dollars by week.

Quebecers tell they want change

Here is a video like always from the party which won the election:

 

New Zealand election 2017!

Hi everyone! Here is a link to a scenario I made about last year’s election in New Zealand. This was very hard to make, since in New Zealand most of the Labour Party’s seats are list seats, and we do not have MMP or (Yet) preferences, unlike in real life, so it was difficult to make this. However, I came up with a solution, which was to add some MPs as a top up for the parties (To make up for a lack of a proportional list system) and as a result the scenario works perfectly. Try it out and see how you find it. I also added the Maori electorates as in real life.

Once we have preferences, or indeed MMP, I will update this scenario and add in the new electoral dynamics.

There also seems to be an error with high scores at the end, which I would like to correct, if someone can help me with finding out the reason for it?

Description:

“Note: preferences will be added in a future release.

After taking control of the Labour Party, Jacinda Ardern has shown herself to be a formidable campaigner. Can she lead Labour back into government or will Bill English and the Nationals win this hotly contested election?

This simulation uses a unique electoral system where, in addition to the Maori electorates, everyone will also have a list vote for list MPs on the North and South Island, and smaller parties are given list seats to reflect their vote share.”

Screenshots:

 

 

Download here: NZ2017

UK – 2017 New Leaders

It’s what it says on the tin, this adds new leaders for both the major parties as well as some minor parties. In the near future I will add bios for the present leaders. I plan on adding more leaders, and diversifying the independent party (add minor parties and ideologically specific independents) sometime in the future.

United Kingdom – 2017 More Leaders

 

Updated: September 12 2018

Adjusts Leader attributes for Liam Fox and Hilary Benn.

Added David Cameron, John McDonnell, and Vince Cable.