When Election Day rolls around in Libertas Omnium Maximus, you will notice that each candidate has a a collection of letters in parentheticals next to their name.
This is their party affiliation. The first three letters before the dash are the party’s initials. “NCP” for National Conservative Party. The letter after the dash shows the politicians status in the party. The “O” means official and denotes that the politician in question is officially backed by their party. Were the letter a “U” it would stand for “unrecognized.” This status usually is given to poloticians who have not been specificly backed by their party or have deviated from their party’s ideology. The status is purely to inform voters if the politician is backed by the party the represent.
There are many Parties in LOM and any of them may attempt to elect one of their own members to a government office. Inclosed in this document are some of the nation’s largest parties.
Navigating this Document
Each page is devoted to one of the primary parties of Libertas Omnium Maximus and displays some of the party’s key information.
This is the question’s unique 3 letter code. Trigrams are often displayed to save space on documents or other media types.
This is the year in which the party was founded or formally recognized
This displays the party’s political alignment on a left-right scale. Right being conservative leaning. Left being liberal leaning.
This shows which seats are held by the party in question in both the Vox Regionum and the Vox Populi. This is accurate as of the 2018 mid terms.
This lists (if any) the highly noteworthy figures of the party in question. This might be the President of LOM or another high ranking government position.
A left-right scale does little to inform the indeviduals of the actual policies the party in question supports. This list goes into far more detail onto specific policies that the whole party seems to support.