Liberal Congress

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Liberal Congress
Leader: C. Carlüs Xheraltescù
Founded: 4 March 2014
Beliefs: Liberal, progressive

The Liberal Congress (El Congréßeu Liberál) is a Talossan political party announced on 18 March 2014/XXXV by C. Carlüs Xheraltescù, former leader of the ZRT. He was joined shortly after by a number of Talossans from across the political spectrum.

Talossan Liberalism

The Liberal Congress subscribes to the philosophy of Talossan Liberalism, which encompasses the comprehensive liberal commitment to the protection of political, civil, provincial and personal liberties in Talossa in addition to radical political and electoral reform ranging from a reduction in the number of Cosa seats and thereby preserve political competition, to reforming party registration fees.

Succinctly, the Liberals aim to provide greater freedom for Talossans to choose their own conception of the good in addition to providing far-reaching reform.


On the 23rd of April, the Liberal Congress voted to adopt a Constitution to govern the party. The current version is available below.

The Constitution of the Liberal Congress

I. El Congréßeu Liberál (the Liberal Congress) is an active political party in Talossa whose purpose is to fight for and defend the liberties of it citizens and provinces.

II. The official slogan of the party shall be ‘livertà pirméis!’ (liberty first!)

III. The Liberal Congress and its internal policy making decisions will be open and chosen democratically by its membership by simple majority vote; a constitutional amendment will require a 2/3 majority. Once a vote has been called, members have 3 days to cast their vote.

IV. The official logo of the Congress shall be as below:


V. The party shall elect from its membership the following officers:

1. A President, who will serve as the party leader of the Liberal Congress and shall be responsible for the distribution of seats in the Cosa or provincial legislatures (unless a provincial branch leader has been elected for that province).

2. A Secretary, who will be responsible for conducting elections in the party in addition to preparing important party documents for publishing, and providing the parliamentary party with any assistance it might need.

3. Provincial Branch Chairs, who will serve as leaders of the party in their respective provinces.

VI. All members of the party shall be eligible to both vote in elections to and stand for the above offices. Fourteen days’ notice should be given prior to these elections being held on the forum used for conducting party business, and nominations should open when this notice is given.

VII. The party election process, senatorial endorsements and MC party lists should be conducted in a Convention held at the earliest convenience in January. In the event of a general election being called in the month of January, the Convention should occur in December. If a by-election is called for whatever reason, endorsements may be made outside of the Convention.

VIII. Membership shall be open to all Talossan citizens.

IX. Activities such as sewing, knitting and tea drinking are encouraged among members.


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