Department of Citizen Affairs
The same set of questions was asked of each party representative. In choosing representatives, I simply took anyone from the “leadership” of the party. Then I took quotes from other people about the party.
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THE UNITED STATES WORKERS PARTY
For my USWP Interview, I chose to interview Artela, a former CP of the USA
1. Why did you join this Party?
I joined because most of my friends that I already had from before moving to the eUSA were in there.
2. What does this party do for the eUSA as a whole?
USWP has always put the needs of the Country as paramount. It has always strived to prepare people for government office and to ensure that capable people are given the opportunity to lead and help govern. We're a game-mechanics and politics led party, as only through full understanding of game-mechanics and politics can you properly help the country succeed.
3. What are the main principles that guide your party?
Teamwork. We pull together to produce results, with our party volunteers forming our Zombie Horde under the supervision and teaching of our executive which consists of older more experienced players. We value the contributions of our experienced older players as much as those of the younger and more energetic newer players. We like to win. Whether that is for the Country, or for the Party.
4. What does this party do for its members?
We have recently been in the process of reviving some programs to help younger members and to encourage participation on IRC and in our forums
What do others say about the USWP?
"The United States Workers Party is one of the oldest surviving political parties in eRepublik, dating back to December 2007. Since its inception, the USWP has consistently been one of the leading parties in the nation and its long, storied history includes members being elected to twenty-two terms as President of the eUS. Sometimes seen as a party of “elites”, the USWP in fact, welcomes all new members interested in participating in serious political activity and discourse for the betterment of the eUnited States"- Hadrian X