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Irish Freedom Party was a political party in Ireland. At one time IFP was a successful political party in Ireland. On December 7, 2010 the party was dissolved when Ireland was completely taken over by the UK. As a result Ireland lost all of her parties. Since then, new parties have been created.
IFP Party Mission
The IFP seek to uphold basic human rights, to make sure everyone in eIreland has a good standard of living, and is able to preserve themselves without the need of government handouts.
1. We stand for Freedom and Liberty in eIreland.
2. We work to keep the party self-sufficient and Independent of government handouts
3. We work to make eIreland stronger
4. We are a real Right-Wing party
5. We support having several MU's as we believe it
6. We want only to see Ireland build a better, stronger and more secure society
7. We fully support the 'Buy Irish First' programme
8. The IFP is Irelands Shield and will be 'Looking After You'
9. We support New Citizens and in times of war will donate food and weapons to Division 1 fighters
10. The IFP believe in the power of capitalism and that a Free Market Economy will more efficiently produce and distribute goods.
11. We believe the citizen fee and minimum wage should be set at a fair level to sustain new citizens
12. We believe setting a fixed price of sale for all Weapons and Food.
13. We support multi-nationals in Ireland and that immigration into Ireland should be promoted. We fully support the Baby Boom.
14. We work closely with willing parties to make eIreland a better place.
The IFP believe in the power of capitalism and that a free market economy will more efficiently produce and distribute goods. We believe the citizen fee and minimum wage should set at a fair level to sustain new citizens until they reach level 6. We would strive to keeping taxes as low as possible while balancing the countries spending. The government should be accountable and produce a budget every month and stick to it. There should be transparency in government spending except for areas sensitive to national security.
The IFP works to Promote Irish Business and is dedicate to supporting new Entrepreneurs. We believe in the buy Irish first programs. Government intervention in business should be kept to a minimum and Freedom of choices should exist in the market. The government should assist business by providing loans to start and upgrade business. They should also provide data on business conditions around the world to give Irish companies a competitive advantage. Business should also be encouraged to start in only two strategic regions to minimize disturbances in case country is invaded.
It is the government’s job to control inflation by policy implementation. Government decisions should be made that do not dramatically increase or decrease the workforce and provide steady battles. The government should also monitor the amount of companies in each sector at each quality level to make sure there is enough completion and not an over saturation in the market place. Nationalization of companies should be used in absolutely essential cases only. The government should monitor competition and impose sanctions on any companies engaged in price fixing.
State companies should be run at full capacity, and used to provide jobs to the newest citizen in times when private companies are not hiring them. State companies should also be used to provide cross training to citizens in skills the private sector is not offering, to ensure the country has the right amount of skills. Private business should never have to compete against public enterprises. The products of state companies should be offered at a discount to new citizens.
To avoid large economic sways and create stability in the business cycle any changes to the tax system should be studied first to understand the effect and impact on industrial sector and citizens. We believe in balanced income tax verse Vat tax. Import taxes should be set to prevent foreign companies from dumping on the Irish market and driving domestic companies out of business. Import taxes should also be kept low for raw materials we can not produce and regulated for all other products to provide a strong market.
We believe in a fixed exchange rate in the monetary market. The state bank should maintain adequate reserves, tied to GDP, to fend off any attacks on our currency. Some of the national reserves should be earning interest in low risk investments instead of just sitting in the banks account.
The IFP believe several MU's better International Relations
|Date Term Began||Party Presidents of 2012/2013||Percentage|
|15 January 2012||Lord Atvar||54.55%|
|15 February 2012||Ronan Donovan||Uncontested|
|15 March 2012||moomoohead||80.00%|
|15 April 2012||Bryan O'Shea||86.67%|
|15 May 2012||Padraic||57.89%|
|15 June 2012||Ronisu||62.07%|
|15 July 2012||Ronisu||Uncontested|
|15 August 2012||Ronsiu||55.96%|
|15 September 2012||moomoohead||52.94%|
|15 October 2012||moomoohead||Returned^1|
|15 November 2012||IrishGawain||76.00%|
|15 December 2012||Elite C||76.00%|
|15 January 2013||TBD||00.00%|
^1: moomoohead original did not contest the election. However due to a PTO the results were deadlocked between Nogin the nog and KhanAlvess. The eRepublik rules state that if there is not a clear winner then the Incubent will continue as PP.
Congressional Election Results of 2012/2013
After a PTO threat the previous month, and moomoohead's desicion not to run for re-election, the party for the first time held an internal vote days before the election. Initially 9 candidates put their name forward, but it ended with 4 names on the Internal Vote. IrishGawain won the vote narrowly.
IrishGawain went on to win the Election with 76% of the vote.
After a superb month of growth in the IFP, IrishGawain decided to work on his job in the Department of Foreign Affairs. Who would take over was a questioned asked by many, but no clear answer was found. Elite C was seen as the IFP's next big thing and was an all-round favourite to succeed Gawain, until, former CP of eIreland, Rikian1776 entered the race. It reduced Elite C's vote but not to the extent he would lose out. It wasn't until a week to the election when Eamon_de Valera, returing Irish Citizen, put his name forward. Rikian withdrew to give Elite C as much support as possible. Both candidates had plans to re-energise and re-awaken the party, but in very different ways. One wanted to encourage youth and progress to the party, while the other believed increasing numbers and Congress members would do the job. On polling day the party made their decision. They choose youth and progress with Elite C by a huge majority.
Currently Elite C has opted to be re-elected and began his campaign on 31st December.
Largest party in Ireland
On the 9th of Janurary 2010 the Irish Freedom Party became the largest party in Ireland, overtaking long-time leaders the Irish Union Party.