Ciudadanos y Democracia
“Ciudadanos y Democracia” (Citizens and Democracy) is one of the oldest Spanish parties in the New World, being since September the first political movement in members and in the Congress, and is an open and dialoguing centre-left group that pursues the representation of the Spanish citizens by the means of direct democracy (everything is decided by an internal vote) and technocracy (which prioritizes the enthusiasm and knowledge compared with the experience). When some regions of Spain were lost to France in August 2009, this party become French. This party has been reborn again, and created as a new party, with change mostly in its orientation, which become clean Center.
Welcome to Ciudadan@s y Democracia!
We are an open and pluralistic centre left party. Ciudadan@s y Democracia was born as a platform for direct democracy, that is a platform where you can express your opinions freely without. Ciudadan@s y Democracia aims to be your voice.
That’s why it is a high internal democracy party, with active bases and where the impositions does not exist. In the section of our active forum, "La urna", you define the positions of the party. Because CyD is what its activists wants it to be.
These are the fundamental values of the party:
- FREEDOM: of expression, opinion and action, fully guaranteed by the party, with no power structures.
- WORK: More than experience, we look at your work capacity. If you are willing, you’ll get far with CyD. That’s why we have the most active group of congressmen, who builds and has built the shell of this country.
- TECHNOCRACY: We prize the citizens that control or are particularly interested in a field, to assume positions and challenges.
- UNION: Because we are a moderate party, with a great sense of state, we have no ties when it’s time to have an agreement on behalf of Spain, with whomever, wherever you decide it.
The union does what CyD is!
The party newspaper , Ciudadan@s en Acción (Citizens in Action) was created. The purpose of this newspaper was to give party political points of view and party notifications because Press Release are to meet CyD members among this Org.
But the Old Foundation was banned on August 2008 because it don´t hace economical activity and that was no keeping erepublik laws. So in September it was created the New Foundation, ehich ws changed to an Organization in the 1st Version of erepublik.
In than month Ciudadan@s en Accion started to be used, and it reach more than 150 suscribers, becoming the most popular among Spanish party newspapers.
From September to January Fundacion CyD also was useful for exchanging gifts and giving gifts for free in war times to CyD members. When CyD Foundation ran out of GOLD, it does no longer give gifts for free.
CyD also usually emit shouts with relevant information, so if you are CyD member, add CyD Foundation as friend and subscribe Ciudadan@s en Accion.
|Date Term Began||Image||Party president||Comments|
|21 November 2007||Aliatar||Spanish President: December 2007|
|11 December 2007||Aliatar||Spanish President: January 2008|
|11 January 2008||n37||Spanish President: February 2008|
|11 February 2008||Meiko||Spanish President: March 2008|
|11 March 2008||Meiko||She left the party presidency and joined Proyecto Fénix|
|25 March 2008||Zegi|
|11 April 2008||Eisenhorn||AlianzaS was renamed Ciudadan@s y Democracia|
|11 May 2008||Koldo Berlanga||Left erepublik after the position|
|11 June 2008||Hans kelsen||Left his seat to Bolonia, who left to Sugarat, both because of hollydays|
|25 June 2008||Sugarat||Sugarat refuse the presidency and left his sit to Raulov|
|26 June 2008||Raulov|
|10 July 2008||Nesan Keihan-Tohoku||(CYD acronym was changed to CyD)|
|10 August 2008||Wosho||Wosho left to Pakistan and left his sit in Nesan Keihan-Tohoku again|
|13 August 2008||Nesan Keihan-Tohoku|
|10 September 2008||40px||ricard2037||ricard2037 left party presidency to Nesan Keihan-Tohoku|
|11 September 2008||Nesan Keihan-Tohoku||(CyD wins in local elections)|
|11 October 2008||hans kelsen||Transition to V1 - Revalidated in the new elections held on 15 October 2008|
|8 Novembre 2008||Nesan Keihan-Tohoku||(Because of hans kelsen resignation when he lost the elections)|
|15 Novembre 2008||Eisenhorn||(Ciudadan@s y Democracia renamed Ciudadanos y Democracia)|
|15 Decembre 2008||Nesan Keihan-Tohoku||Vinuesa was banned when she tried to takeover the party|
|January 15 2008||alvoske||alvoske was banned (unbaned 3 days later) but the party presidency was in sugarat during that month|
|15 Febrero 2009||ezodervi||alvoske from CyD president of Spain.|
|15 Marzo 2009||Deve||evighet from CyD president of Spain.|
|15 Abril 2009||Deve||kanuto from CyD president of Spain.|
|15 May 2009||Kojie|
|15 June 2009||Goldfinger||He made a Political Take Over by the support of members from other parties. He resigned to go on a holiday.|
|6 July 2009||PruDeN||He continued with his predecessor's destructive line by renaming the party, changing the ideology, and destroying party image.|
|15 July 2009||Siddy||He started to return the party to the old glory.|
|15 August 2009||It was the last president of the party before it passed into French hands. CyD continue renewing.|
Former CyD Positions
|Eisenhorn||Congressman, mayor of Toledo, Congress President.|
|carlesruiz||Congressman and mayor of Palma de Mallorca|
|Congressman and mayor of Madrid and of Murcia|
|Bolonia||Congressman and Minister of Foreign Affairs.|
|Raulov||Congressman, Minister of Public Administrations and four times mayor of Madrid|
|Hans kelsen||Congressman, Justice Minister and Mayor of Madrid|
|Piotr Kropotkin||Congressman, Mayor of Palma de Mallorca and Congress President|
|Nesan Keihan-Tohoku||Congressman, Minister of Communication, Spanish Vicepresident, Congress President.|
|Kenderr||Congressmen, Health Minister, Ombudsman, Congress President and Spanish Vicepresident.|
|Sugarat||Congressman, Economy Minister and Spanish National Bank President.|
|Congressman, Minister of Public Administrations and Merida mayor.|
|Gen||Congressman, Labor Minister, Foreign Affairs Minister, Congress President.|
|Kanuto||Congressman and Mayor of Toledo|
|Deve||Congressman, Spanish Vicepresident.|
|ezodervi||Congressman, Spanish Vice-president, Economy, Labor and also Public Administrations minister.|
|MRamon||Congressman, member of the military council.|
|Evighet||Congressman, Communication Minister, President of Spain.|
|ferdos27||Mayor of Sevilla|
|Albert Von Mainz||Mayor of Palma de Mallorca|
|Victor Vega||Mayor of Palma de Mallorca|
|JJ||Mayor of Logrono|
|Miles||Mayor of Merida|
|Alvoske||Congressman, Minister of Wellness and Health, Culture and Social Affairs. President of Spain.|
|Patukas||Congressman, Economy Minister and President of Spanish National Bank|
|E-garenc||Congressman, Communication Minister|
|Lordgio_1||Congressman, Labor Congress.|
|Spinola||Congressman, Defence Minister, member of the Military Council.|
|Malika ela||Congressman, Rumanía ambassador.|
|Fuente el Saz||Congressman|
|Pingo Wellman||Mayor of Oviedo|
|40px||Juanmarraco||Congressman. Mayor of Vitoria Gasteiz|
|Congressman, President of the Constitutional Commission.|
|Anabel Ballesteros||Congresswoman, Culture Minister.|
|AngelHN||Congresswoman, Culture vice-minister.|
|Siddy||Congressman. Newcomers minister.|
- In the oldest party of Spain (founded as PSDE)
- CyD is the party which has the most chairman in Spain.
- Logos party, designed by Kanuto, are two hands in a handshake, and include party´s slogan " We´re your voice
- Political color of CyD, widely known in Spain, is the Green Colour.
- CyD members call themselves the e-ciudadan@s
- Party´s original name was Ciudadan@s y Democracia (male and female Citizens), and it is widely used in eRepublik, but the official eRepublik version was changed because the 1st version of eRepublik did not accept sign @ in parties name. This was protested by CyD.
- There is a legend that says party´s chairman position is cursed, because many CyD presidents left their positions only few days later they have obtained it or left eRepublik when they were in the position.
- CyD mascot is the Hipnosapo.
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