Final Draft Approval Thread

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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Afrocentric » Tue Nov 15, 2011 2:42 pm

Law: Voting Rights of Criminals
Category: Justice

Options:
1. Criminals released from jail are not allowed to vote. (default)
2. Criminals released from jail are allowed to vote after a certain period of time.
3. Criminals released from jail are allowed to vote.
4. Criminals are always allowed to vote, regardless if they're in jail or not.
5. The decision is left to the local governments.

Effects:
1. Decrease in civil rights
2. Slight Increase in civil rights
3. Increase in civil rights
4. Increase in civil rights
5. Slight increase in devolution
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Farsun » Sun Nov 20, 2011 1:41 pm

Name of the Law/Policy: Official National Language.
Law/Policy Catagory: Misc.

Options:
  • 1)Their is a national language and no other languages are recognized.
  • 2)Their is a national language and other languages are recognized.
  • 3)Their is no national language. (de fault)


Effects:
  • 1) Huge increase in Centralization.
  • 2) Medium increase in Centralization.
  • 3)No effect.

Included with this should be a text box that allows you to type in the national language and any recognized languages.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby LukasV » Thu Dec 15, 2011 12:11 pm

^^ What's the status regarding this one?
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby LukasV » Tue Feb 28, 2012 4:24 pm

Name of the Law/Policy: Official Language(s)
Law/Policy Category: Misc.

Options: [Textbox for user input]


Effects:
N/A
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby zlopado » Tue Feb 28, 2012 6:53 pm

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Name of the Law/Policy: Government Policy on Regulation of Antibiotics
Law/Policy Category: Health

Options:
1. Use of antibiotics is left up to the treating doctor (default).
2. Government approval is necessary before doctors may apply antibiotics.
3. Doctors must seek approval from an authorized medical association.
4. Some antibiotics may be applied without approval from the government, while others require approval.
5. The use of antibiotics is banned.
6. The use of antibiotics is mandated for all relevant illnesses.
7. Antibiotics regulations are left to local governments.

Effects:
1. Increase in civil liberties, decrease in government responsibilities.
2. Decrease in civil liberties, increase in government responsibilities.
3. Decrease in civil liberties.
4. Slight decrease in civil liberties, slight increase in government responsibilities.
5. Huge decrease in civil liberties.
6. Decrease in civil liberties, increase in government responsibilities.
7. Decrease in centralization.

Comments:
Deciding when to use antibiotics can be controversial, as use can force bacteria to evolve immunity. Therefore, some may wish to regulate the use of antibiotics. I think this would be a good law, as it is a real issue and could beef up the Health section.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby UniSocAll » Sun Apr 15, 2012 4:22 pm

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Name of the Law/Policy: Government Policy on Inheritance
Law/Policy Category: : Civil Rights

Options:
1. Inheritance is outlawed, the Government inherits everything
2. There is a strictly regulated inheritance law that doesn't allow for any private regulation.
3. There is a regulated inheritance law, but private regulation of inheritance (e.g. by will) is allowed but also regulated.
4. There is a regulated inheritance law, but private regulation of inheritance (e.g. by will) is allowed but not regulated.
5. There are no regulated inheritance laws, inheritance completely happens after the will of the deceased.
6. The State's Religious institutions inherits everything.
7. Local governments establish inheritance laws.

Effects:
1. -- Restrictive Civil Rights, + Progressive Morality, ++ Big Government Responsibility
2. + Big Government Responsibilities, - Restrictive Civil Rights
3. = default
4. - Small Government Responsibility, + Permissive Civil Rights
5. -- Small Government Responsibilities, - Conservative Morality, ++ Permissive Civil Rights
6. ++ Fanatic Religious
7. ++ Devolution Centralisation

Comment:
It could be reasonably interesting, and add some internal RP with the whole left vs right, progressive vs traditionalist.
It's not going to change particracy as we know it, but it could be interesting if for example, a country full of rich corporations RP is "taken over" by socialist/communists that takes over the corporations with this law. Or a religious state where the churches power and wealth increases.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby The Mask » Wed May 02, 2012 9:05 am

Name of the Law/Policy: Parliamentary privilege
Law/Policy Catagory: Administrative

Options:
1. Members of the national legislative body are exempted from any civil or criminal liability for their speech or actions related with the performance of their duties during their term of office.
2. Members of the national legislative body are exempted from any civil or criminal liability for their speech or actions related or unrelated with the performance of their duties during their term of office.
3. Members of the national legislative body are not exempt from any civil or criminal liability for their speech or actions during their term of office.

Effects:
1. Increase in civil liberties.
2. Huge increase in civil liberties.
3. Decrease in civil liberties.

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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby seanrutter » Mon Jul 30, 2012 6:30 pm

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Economics/Welfare

Entitlement to Sick Pay
1) All employees are entitled to Statutory Sick Pay, equal to their usual full earnings.
2) All employees are entitled to Statutory Sick Pay, equal to half of their usual earnings.
3) Sick Pay is given at the descretion of the employer.
4) Local Governments regulate Sick Pay policies.
5) Sick pay is forbidden.



Effects:
1) Increase regulator significantly
2) Increase regulator slightly
3) Increase Laissez Faire
4) Increase federalist
5) Increase regulator significantly
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby EEL123 » Tue Jul 31, 2012 9:29 pm

Name of the Law/Policy: Granting of titles of nobility
Law/Policy Category: Unsorted

Options:
1. No titles of nobility are granted by the government.
2. Titles of nobility for life may be granted by the government.
3. Titles of nobility are hereditary.
4. Some titles of nobility are hereditary; others may be granted by the government.

Effects:
1. No effect.
2. Increase in government responsbilities.
3. Increase in government responsbilities, decrease in civil rights.
4. Increase in government responsbilities, slight decrease in civil rights.


Name of the Law/Policy: Privileges of nobility
Law/Policy Category: Unsorted

Options:
1. Titles of nobility are not granted by the government.
2. Nobility confers only a title and no other privileges.
3. Nobility confers small privileges (such as a pension) in addition to the title.
4. Nobility confers major privileges (such as the right to hold serfs) in addition to the title.

Effect
1. No effect.
2. Increase in government responsibilities.
3. Small decrease in civil rights.
4. Major decrease in civil rights.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby EEL123 » Tue Jul 31, 2012 9:29 pm

Name of the Law/Policy: Police searches
Law/Policy Catagory: Justice

Options:
1. The police cannot search a person or their property without their consent unless the police have obtained a warrant from a court.
2. The police cannot search a person or their property without their consent unless the police have obtained a warrant from a court, or have reasonable grounds to suspect that the person has committed a crime.
3. The police can search a person or their property without restrictions.
4. Local governments deal with this issue.

Effects:
1. Increase in civil rights.
2. Slight increase in civil rights.
3. Decrease in civil rights.
4. Increase in devolution.
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