Talk:Gion Boibont

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Cool stuff, Andrew. I particularly liked the third paragraph about the man's trousers incident! :) One thing though: I don't think you need to put this up as a proposal. Kemr is your territory, after all, and it's not like you are intruding on somebody else's territory with this. As far as I am concerned, people are always free to add stuff about their own work without the approval by the rest of the group. --IJzeren Jan 03:35, 3 Oct 2005 (PDT)

That can be fixed. There is more to come. The people in my head are wanting out. They want to stretch their imaginary limbs a little and see the world. - AndrewSmith
Kemr keeps getting all the interesting stuff while the FK continues to be dull, dull, dull. Still, Mr. Boibont manages to give some real "flavor" to modern Kemrese history very nicely. Bravo! Zahir 08:59, 3 Oct 2005 (PDT)
England and Scotland suffer from neglect as neither have a regularly contributing caretaker. The FK as a whole is decentralised which makes it an ambiguous entity, Mr Boibont is available for diplomatic incidents and Bar Mitzvas if anyone has a news item in mind. Coming soon: Gereint XIII and Pedr V.

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It has not been adapted to the world of Ill Bethisad. Anyone feel free to edit it. QSS and QAA are held in abeyance.

Some Recent Elections News in Kemr:

I haven't seen the latest trends from last year's election but it looks like that Labour has just half the seats in the lower house. Between 1994- 1998 it governed alone. Since then the people have rewarded it by reducing its seats in the Senate. It still controls a third of the seats. Opposite it the Nationalists and the Conservatives are equally balanced with a quarter of the remaining seats each. The Nationalists are parvenus who have been clawing their way through the senate to rival the Conservatives especially during the nineties. The smallest party, Liberals, the older party of the left, are picking up votes again since their worst years in the seventies, when they were as small as the emerging Nationalists. Quite a comedown for a party that once defined politics in Kemr. At the start of the nineties they had 19 seats, they now have 10. All the other parties have surpassed them, but the ruling party needs them to govern.

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