*** Discontinued - Not tested with HPM 0.4.6 or later***

*HPM & HoD Required*

FEATURES:

  • A new Ideology, Radicalism. replacing an-libs, they will support political reforms, and will both support and oppose social reforms. "opposed to welfare" policy to reflect their progressive stance on social issues while still advocating for small government and free market.
  • The radical ideology has received a small buff, it will be a little more popular than in vanilla Victoria 2
  • A new government type, parliamentary republic.the ruling party can be appointed (simulates a Head of State appointing a prime minister). Elections are held every 5 years, it will receive the same events as the standard republic.
  • The "Republic" government type is now called Presidential Republic.
  • Added an event to switch from Presidential Republic to Parliamentary Republic and vice-versa.
  • Radical rebels, will change the gov type to parliamentary republic.
  • 6 Nations are parliamentary reps at the start of the game.
  • Added an option to become a parliamentary republic to some events.
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Radicalism & Parliamentarism mod v1.0

Radicalism & Parliamentarism mod v1.0

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Full release. Installation and uninstallation guides are in the "read me" file, as well as the full feature description.

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Medibee
Medibee

What updated?

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johucazi
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I've noticed when playing that nations governments don't change after reforms have been made e.g. Romania has universal voting yet is still an absolute monarchy

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Isymoon Creator
Isymoon

Hey thanks for the info, I admit I forgot about this mod and did not update it for HPM 0.4.6., so it's probably due to that.

I'm busy with exams right now, so I will probably try and update the mod on March, or on the second half of february. Sorry!

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AeroLynx
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Hello! I'm making a new alternate history mod set in the early 20th century. Could I use aspects of this mod? I will give you the deserved credit, I think this looks pretty good.

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Isymoon Creator
Isymoon

Sorry for the very very late reply!
Anyway you can use it freely if you haven't already

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Guest
Guest

it's nice, I'm just thinking, shouldn't it be the other way around? The presidential republic that elects a strong head of state with real power over affairs of state ala USA, vs the parliamentary republic where the president is purely a figurehead like the monarch of a constitutional monarchy (a modern one).

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Isymoon Creator
Isymoon

Unfortunately Victoria II can only simulate domestic policy so much, so I couldn't find a way to simulate a less powerful executive.

Anyway the reasonment behind my decision was centered around elections:
-In presidential republics the people vote for the president-head of government (the ruling party in-game). He cannot be removed until the next election (except if he dies or gets impeached, but again, the game can't simulate that).

-In parliamentary republics the parliament is elected, then the head of state appoints the head of government (so in-game you can appoint the ruling party), just like the Queen of England appoints the prime minister, or like the President of Germany appoints the Chancellor.

I hope I've been helpful

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