Political Parties in Ladonia
WOTAN CITY, Lad. — There will be an election in Ladonia next year for political parties. Here is the list of accepted parties. It is possible for citizens to suggest and establish further parties.
- The Costanza Party
Party whose members determine what their first instinct is on a particular issue, then vote the opposite way.
- Official Monster Raving Loony Party.
A party which has a long history and a successful electoral performance.
See their manifesto: If you like electoral performance you can vote for this party.
- The Marihuana Party.
In this party you are either for or against marihuana.
- The Divorced Men Party.
If you are a divorced man you can vote for this party
- The Bullfighting Friends Party.
This party wants to introduce bullfighting in Ladonia
- The Dirty Panties Party.
If you have or if you like dirty panties you can vote for this party.
- The Carlist Party
This party confronts not only the question of who could legitimately sit on the Ladonian throne, but was also about the principles on which Ladonia society was built. Should it remain Eonatic, or should it embrace Enlightenment values? Does the Ladonia Cabinet derive its power from a divine ability, or does it derive its power from the Ladonian stones in the Holy Stone Race?
- Falange Ladonia Party.
It is a fascist party. If you like fascism you can vote for this party.
- Falange Ladonia Autentica.
This is a party who wants the world to be authentic. If you like to be authentic this party might be an option.
- The Single Mothers Party.
If you are a single mother you can vote for this party.
- The Humanist Party.
This party is promoting beer drinking. If you like to drink beer you can vote for this party.
- The Jobless Party.
This is a party for unemployment. If you have no job you can vote for this party.
- The Job Party.
This is a party for those who has a job. If you have a job you can vote for this party.
- The Anti Particle Accelerator Party.
If you are afraid that the particle accelerator could create a black hole you can vote for this party.
- The Black Hole Party.
If you like more black holes in Ladonia you can vote for this party.
- The Goat Cheese Defence Party.
If you would like to know more about what kind of wine you should drink with the goat cheese you can vote for this party-
- The Siesta Party.
This party was earlier known as The Party of Idleness. It claims the right for each Ladonian to take it very easy and do absolutely nothing when they wish. If you like this lifestyle you can vote for this party.
- The Betsy Party.
Party members are called “betsies” and they sing and do a lot of jumping. French is the most used language. If this is your ideology you can vote for this party.
- The Don’t Touch My Junk & We Will Party.
If you don’t like the security arrangements in airports or in other places you can vote for this party.
- The Touch My Junk Party.
If you demand that your junk always should be checked you can vote for this party.
- The Bad Party.
If you like stars and galaxies and if you want to be bad you can vote for this party.
- The Party Pooper Party.
If you like to do your best to make parties getting boring and unpleasant you can vote for this party-
- Stone Party.
If you like to steal stones from other countries and bring them to Ladonia you can vote for this party.
- Nobel Party.
If you like dynamite you can vote for this party.
- The Noble Party.
If you demand that the Ladonian language only should use the nobleword “ÿp” and never “Waaaaaaaaaaaall” you can vote for this party
- Party Party (Apparently this is a party for voters that likes political parties)
- The first Party Party (This is a party for voters that likes common parties – fiestas etc.)
- The President Party.
If you would like to become president you can vote for this party.
- The Ladonia Stone Party.
Members of this party prefer the stones in Ladonia to stones outside Ladonia. The party demand that all Ladonian stones should be named and registered.
interesting… my name is paul beinar. am i noble?
Perhaps, perhaps not. Why do you think you’re a noble?