Final Draft Approval Thread

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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Jay (LDP) » Sun Feb 27, 2011 1:45 pm

Paramilitaries law has now been implemented.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Farsun » Sun Feb 27, 2011 9:13 pm

Name of the Law/Policy: Ministry of Internal Affairs policy
Law/Policy Catagory: Military/Police

Options:
1) The Ministry of Internal Affairs does not have any say in the national police force or the internal guard, the military controls these.
2) The Ministry of Internal Affairs maintains Internal troops alongside a National police force to control the country.
3) The Ministry of Internal Affairs does not maintain Internal troops, only a National police force. (default)
4) The Ministry of Internal Affairs lets the local government decide the policy of internal troops and a police force.
5) The Ministry of Internal Affairs does not maintain any national police force or internal guard.

Effects:
1) Massive increase in centralization and militarism.
2) Slight increase in centralization and militarism.
3) No effect.
4) Slight decrease in centralization and an increase in pacifism.
5) Massive decrease in centralization and an increase in pacifism.


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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Darvian » Wed Mar 02, 2011 11:35 pm

Under Consideration.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Afrocentric » Sun Mar 13, 2011 3:18 am

Afrocentric wrote:Name of the Law/Policy: Government Policy concerning Funding for Abortions
Law/Policy Category: Health

Options:
1. The Government provides funding for Abortions.

2. The government only funds Abortions for medical emergencies.

3. The Government does not provide funding for Abortions. (Default)

4. The Government leaves the funding for Abortions up to the local governments.

Effects:

1. Increase in Progressivism, decrease in Conservatism
2. Slight increase in Progressivism, slight decrease in Conservatism
3. Increase in Conservatism, decrease in Progressivism
4. Slight increase in Conservatism, slight decrease in Progressivism
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Jay (LDP) » Sun Mar 13, 2011 1:55 pm

Afrocentric wrote:
Afrocentric wrote:Name of the Law/Policy: Government Policy concerning Funding for Abortions
Law/Policy Category: Health

Options:
1. The Government provides funding for Abortions.

2. The government only funds Abortions for medical emergencies.

3. The Government does not provide funding for Abortions. (Default)

4. The Government leaves the funding for Abortions up to the local governments.

Effects:

1. Increase in Progressivism, decrease in Conservatism
2. Slight increase in Progressivism, slight decrease in Conservatism
3. Increase in Conservatism, decrease in Progressivism
4. Slight increase in Conservatism, slight decrease in Progressivism


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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Jay (LDP) » Wed Apr 13, 2011 12:46 pm

It only took a month, but the abortion funding law has now been implemented.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby bucsfan47 » Wed May 11, 2011 10:18 am

Just wanted to say im excited about some of the laws that are being discussed out there, but dont you have to physically propose them in here for them to be implemented?
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Darvian » Wed May 11, 2011 6:11 pm

bucsfan47 wrote:Just wanted to say im excited about some of the laws that are being discussed out there, but dont you have to physically propose them in here for them to be implemented?


Yes, final drafts need published here for consideration.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby leroy » Thu May 12, 2011 7:30 pm

It's about that time.

Name: Government policy with regards to negative eugenics.
Law/Policy Category: Health/Civil Rights

Options:
1. The government does not engage in negative eugenics. (Default)
2. Citizens with undesirable traits (e.g. mental or physical illness, race, etc.) are forbidden to reproduce by law.
3. Citizens with undesirable traits (e.g. mental or physical illness, race, etc.) are actively exterminated.
4. This is left for the local governments to decide upon.

Effects:
1. No real effect, maybe an increase in civil rights.
2. Decrease in civil rights. Increase in government responsibility.
3. Significant decrease in civil rights. Increase in government responsibility.
4. Increase in devolution.


Name: Government policy with regards to positive eugenics.
Law/Policy Category: Health/Civil Rights

Options:
1. The government does not engage in positive eugenics. (Default)
2. Citizens with desirable traits are encouraged to reproduce, but without any active government involvement in the matter.
3. Citizens with desirable traits are encouraged to reproduce, and the government ensures this by raising their class status, through funds and other forms of active support.
4. This is left for the local governments to decide upon.

Effects:
1. No real effect, maybe an increase in civil rights.
2. Decrease in civil rights.
3. Decrease in civil rights. Increase in government responsibility.
4. Increase in devolution.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby leroy » Thu May 12, 2011 7:49 pm

Law: The legality of vivisection
Category: Science

Options:
1. The government has no policy concerning vivisection. (Default)
2. Vivisection is legal and unregulated.
3. Vivisection is legal but regulated.
4. Vivisection is legal and unregulated for animals only.
5. Vivisection is legal and regulated for animals only.
6. Vivisection is completely illegal.
7. This matter is for the local governments to decide upon.

Effects:
1. Decrease in government responsibilities.
2. Significant decrease in civil rights and environmentalism.
3. Decrease in civil rights and environmentalism. Increase in government responsibilities.
4. Significant decrease in environmentalism.
5. Decrease in environmentalism. Increase in government responsibilities.
6. Increase in environmentalism.
7. Increase in devolution.

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