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Mexico Forever: A DOC Game

Discussion in 'Civ4 - Stories & Tales' started by Lokki242, Apr 3, 2017.

  1. Lokki242

    Lokki242 El Secretario

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    1994 Election
    Note: Same voting rules still apply as last election
    Rosario Ybarra (Age 67)
    Spoiler :
    Incumbent president. Democratic socialist. Noted critic of Restrepo, arrested in 1978 before being released in 1980. Had a seat in congress as a member of the Socialist Party during the 1950s. Wishes to restore a Mexican society more like the one pre-Synarchism, with extensive social welfare and a policy for tolerance. Believes global co-operation and co-development is essential. Support full revolution in Italy, and begin pressuring other members of the Russian sphere. Destroy any remnants of the Synarchist Party. Encourage a restoration of gender equality. Cut research spending.

    Doctor Roger Barta Meria (age 52)
    Spoiler :
    Former Minister of the Interior. Doctor of Sociology. Student of Octavio Paz. Believes Mexican society has been profoundly affected by its ruling regimes, to the near point of instinct, and must thusly be corrected. Control population growth by requiring prospective parents to pass a licensing test. Provide free birth control to men and women. Legalize abortions. Develop synergy between urban development and ecology. Keep research spending high, and increase if possible. Place cautious limits on international trade. Fund potential space colonization programs. End involvement in international espionage, but continue to expand the democratic sphere.

    Nicolas Yusuf de Carillo (age 32)
    Spoiler :
    Priest. Son of Ethiopian refugees. Orthodox Christian. Former synarchist. Believes the wonderful conditions in Mexico have been caused by God's approval of Abascal, who Yusuf believes was more "Christian than Catholic". Heavily increase welfare for non-criminals, but otherwise foster a competitive capitalist economy. Maintain a strong social hierarchy to keep the economy in check. Avoid future space research, turn funds towards earthly goals. Only sees a divide between Christians and non-believers, sees all races and genders as equal. Pour heavy funding into private schooling, theocratic research, and out of espionage. Repeal the Anti-Terror Bill. Has drifted away from the Synarchist party.

    Ernesto Zedillo (age 43)
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    Center-right. Economist. Major supporter of free trade and globalization. Help to foster development in third world countries. Lessen the powers of the anti-terror bill. Cut research spending. Encourage economic co-operation as motivation for change in Russia, rather than espionage and hostility. De-nationalize the manufacturing industry.
     
  2. Radagandruman

    Radagandruman Chieftain

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    1: Rosario Ybarra
    2: Ernesto Zedillo
    3: Dr. Roger Barta Meria
     
  3. ChineseWarlord

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    Why should you care?
    1: Rosario Ybarra
    2 Barta Meria
    3. Ernesto Zedillo
     
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    1. Doctor Barta Meria
    2. Rosario Ybarra
    3. Ernesto Zedillo
     
  5. Lokki242

    Lokki242 El Secretario

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    1994 Election: Results
    Rosario Ybarra: 8 (44%)
    Roger Barta Meria: 6 (33%)
    Ernesto Zedillo: 4 (23%)

    President Rosario Ybarra achieves a confident win in her re-election!
    Spoiler :

    Ybarra celebrates her victory.

    After six strong years in office, President Ybarra has successfully campaigned her way to another half dozen years in office, with one of the strongest leads in an open election Mexico has seen this century. Perhaps proving that democracy has finally found an uncontested presence in the nation, the response to Ybarra's victory has been moderate and peaceful. For now, the national future seems bright.
     

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