As of this round, Cyberia has a completely new government, under the leadership of the CCP (Cyb. Centrum Partij, or Cyberian Central Party).
In this article, I will deliver a comprehensive update on the current politics in Cyberia for the English players who are interested.
It all started in round 118 when the party Sterk Cyberië (Strong Cyberia) led by Rednax won the elections and received 5 seats at the Cyberian parliament. This means they had a full majority and didn’t have to work together with another party.
Sterk Cyberië changed some laws. For example: they allowed criminals to become a government functionary like officer or minister. Some Cyberian players called the laws the beginning of a dictatorship.
Some players that would stop the coming ‘dictatorship’ started a new party called ‘Cyb. Centrum Partij’. The party was founded by Le Vainqueur, Hubinho1 and Cogito. The CCP was created to remove the dictatorship. Through a combination of a public club, advertisements, a website and experienced politicians, the CCP received 5 seats at the elections of round 118.
Immediately after this awesome result the chairman of the CCP Le Vainqueur posted a speech, with things like:
We will fight with words, we will fight with laws and we will fight with speeches. We will fight in parliament, fighting in the courts and fight in the ministries. We will never surrender, and if it occurs, which we do not support, allies will continue the battle, until the dictatorship is removed!
If we look at our politics, we are all ashamed of how this works, because our politics suffered from inactivity of corrupt and inefficient parties.
People were enthusiastic and were looking forward to the ideas of the CCP.
After a week calmness the CCP announced their cabinet for round 119:
Ralgon – President
Joep Eerlijk – Vice President
Le Vainqueur – Minister of Education
Hubinho1 – Minister of Finances
Cogito – Minister of Justice
With these people in charge, Cyberia should have worked optimally in the upcoming round. But, in practise, it seemingly hasn’t risen up to the expectations in place.
The CCP president Ralgon did only requested the parliament seats of the CCP member of the parliament at Fed Requests, with the excuse that he did not know who to appoint on behalf of Sterk Cyberië. But that argument was just bullshit. The 1st blunder of the CCP.
When the Minister of Education Le Vainqueur presented his ideas about the ‘University of Kronenburg’. The only appointed member of Sterk Cyberië, Cesare former Minister of Education, had some critism about the plans, instead of listening and responding to the questions that were asked, the minister gave him a post ban at his department. The 2nd blunder of the CCP.
A while ago a Digitalian shooted the Cyberian President once. The reaction of the countryleader at the embassy:
I hereby announce the emergency situation.
Everyone found it a weird action. But this action had a reason.
The Minister of Justice Cogito appointed the following people at the responseteam to protect Cyberia: Ralgon, Cogito, Joep Eerlijk and Le Vainqueur. By coincidence these people were ALL member of the CCP and had a political function.
The members of the responseteam ar only allowed to operate and earn salary at an emergency situation. The member earn lots of Ishells for their job. But ONLY Joep Eerlijk shot! We all know Ralgon would never accept losing his COI. And Cogito and LVQ won’t shot. So these people would earn loads of Ishells in salary for being in the response team. For doing NOTHING. Nepotism? The 3rd blunder of the CCP.
Slowly, some people began to realize they were fooled. And began posting complaints about the CCP at the club ‘Achterkamertje’ what is intended for this. Someone who said what they thought of it received the following reaction of Ralgon:
I don’t see any reason for me to interfere with your grizzle.
And this is in the victory speech of the CCP:
The people will keep asking questions, and we will continue to respond!
Breaking a promise, then cutting down and humiliating a citizen who was just giving his opinion. The 4th blunder of the CCP.
4 blunders in 12 days…
There is one thing became clear in these 12 days.
The CCP promises, but does nothing.
The CCP is fair according to their speech, but offers nepotism in reality.
The CCP is open to criticism and will respond nicely, but cuts people off and gives post bans to anyone who does not agree with them.
The CCP is always happy to discuss things in the parliament, but does only appoint the members of the parliament of the CCP.
I am curious about the blunders which will come up in the remaining days of the round.
And I wonder whether this is the democracy or the dictatorship.