Final Draft Approval Thread

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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby LuxemburgistComrade » Wed Mar 18, 2020 12:59 pm

I found this old proposal from 2017 that the game would benefit alot from, there have been no comments, positive or negative under this but I think it can create a lot of iteresting debates. The debate over splitting parental leave equaly is one of the most prominent political debates in my home country and something I've missed in this game.

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Name of the Law/Policy: Government policy on parental leave
Law/Policy Catagory: Economics

Options:

1. There is no requirement for employers to provide parental leave to their employees.
2. Both male and female employees have the right to paid parental leave and the government requires parents to split their parental leave equally.
3. Both male and female employees have the right to paid parental leave.
4. Both male and female employees have the right to unpaid parental leave.
5. Both male and female employees have the right to parental leave, but it is required to be paid only for female employees.
6. Female employees have the right to paid parental leave.
7. Female employees have the right to unpaid parental leave.
8. Trade unions and employer associations are required to negotiate on parental leave.
9. Parental leave is not allowed. Newborn children are taken care of in state institutions during the work-day.
10. Policy on parental leave is decided by local governments.

Effects:

1. -govt responsibility, -regulation
2. ++govt responsibility, ++regulation, ++progressive
3. ++regulation, +progressive
4. +regulation, +progressive
5. ++regulation, -progressive
6. ++regulation, --progressive
7. +regulation, --progressive
8. +regulation
9. ++govt responsibility, ----civil rights
10. +devolution
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