These Fair Shores: The Commonwealth of New England

Holy shit, is it some kinda Christofascist dictatorship or...
I was wrong, Italy don't have full women's suffrage
"Yeah, you have to be married and over 30, which seems like a move by both liberal and socialist parties to avoid letting Christian Democratic parties gain an upper hand, since it was assumed that devout women would vote for those parties." from rausch on the discord.
 
I was wrong, Italy don't have full women's suffrage
"Yeah, you have to be married and over 30, which seems like a move by both liberal and socialist parties to avoid letting Christian Democratic parties gain an upper hand, since it was assumed that devout women would vote for those parties." from rausch on the discord.

Ironically, that's a trend that popped up again and again, not only in Italy - Spain dealt with something similar, as far as I can remember.
 
Could also add to our endless suggestions to have a 'Administrative Divisons of the Indian Union' wikilist along the lines of that of the British Empire that would also include the dates of admission of its member states.
 
Hartford Courant: 2 June 2022
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Not trying to be a pest, but I'd love to see a list of Prime Ministers, even if the infobox isn't complete yet. I'm mostly just curious as to how it compares to Our Fair Country's list.
 
Is there a reason that there is a "Where? How?" government?

It was a name that stuck around due to jeers from the opposition. Government ministers would often skip debates and leave the House in the dark until the day of the vote, which it could then be rammed through. This led to the opposition, and newspapers, dubbing it "Where? How?" to mean "Where are the ministers, how does this government function?"

Only three years for Stanfield? Shame.

Yeah... Dukakis came in and absolutely mopped up the Tories unfortunately.
 
There’s quite a few of those by the looks of it, actially.
I like those names. The Federation Government or the Gilded Government, the Golden Government sound nice.

Can I ask what the title First Minister of the Estate means? Is this an old timey name for the head of government or is it an actual, separate department that is headed by the FME?
 
By the different colours I assume the original Liberal party was dissolved and a new one was later refounded.

The article on the Hartford Courant says that Conservatives governed between 2003 and 2007 in a coalition with Liberals while the Prime Ministers list says they governed alone? Is it a retcon?

Is the list of British monarchs different from OTL?

How is Venice ITTL with global warming at a more advanced stage?
 
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