Study Guide and Procedure Guide
The Justicialist Liberation Front, Frente Justicialista de Liberación, is a political movement like no other in the history of Latin America. Constructed from a multitude of different political parties, but especially from the Justicialist Party, the movement is of truly massive appeal, working to empower the Argentinian working classes, end the intervention of foreign agents in the nation and, more importantly, bring Juan Peron, the leader of the Peronist movement, to power once again. With the upcoming election, the Justicialist Liberation Front has the opportunity to solidify its hold on power and end the alternation of liberal and military rule over the Argentine nation, finally bringing welfare and justice to the impoverished workers of Argentina.
In this joint crisis committee, delegates will be able to relive the turbulent years of early 1970s Argentina. The committee will be composed of two cabinets, the cabinet of the Radical Civic Union and of the Justicialist Liberation Front, the two biggest political movements of the time, as they battle for control over power and the nation’s political institutions. The committee will be a full crisis committee, with delegates sending orders, personal directives, and with both cabinets being in constant interaction with each other, opposing and responding to one another's moves. The committee will be divided into two main phases, the first being the election phase, in which both parties will campaign for the presidency of Argentina, and the second phase, in which the winning party will occupy the Presidency of the nation and control over the executive, while the losing party will become the opposition, opposing the government’s measures in order to further its own political objectives. Meanwhile Argentina and the world will be in constant change, with updates and new events being released in a quick and constant manner, courtesy of the work of the first ever BRAMUN crisis management team.
Since this is a Crisis Cabinet, no topics will be made available before the conference.