Final Draft Approval Thread

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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

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

Name of the Law/Policy: Detention before charge
Law/Policy Catagory: Justice or Civil Rights

Options:
1. Individuals can only be detained for a set time period (eg. 24 hours) before being charged.
2. Individuals can only be detained for a set time period (eg. 24 hours) before being charged, unless the police obtain a warrant from a court to extend the period of detention without charge.
3. Individuals can be detained indefinitely without being charged.

Effects:
1. Increase in civil rights.
2. Slight increase in civil rights.
3. Major decrease in civil rights
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby EEL123 » Tue Jul 31, 2012 9:30 pm

Name of the Law/Policy: Solitary confinement in prisons
Law/Policy Catagory: Justice

Options:
1. Solitary confinement is never permitted.
2. Solitary confinement is used temporarily as a disciplinary measure.
3. Only dangerous inmates can be put in solitary confinement.
4. Solitary confinement is used at the discretion of the warden.
5. All inmates are put in solitary confinement.
6. Local governments decide policy regarding solitary confinement.

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

Postby EEL123 » Tue Jul 31, 2012 9:30 pm

Name of the Law/Policy: Right to Trial by Jury
Law/Policy Catagory: Justice or Civil Rights

Options:
1. The right to trial by jury does not exist.
2. Only serious cases are tried by a jury.
3. All cases must be tried by a jury.
4. All cases are tried by a jury, unless the defendant requests otherwise.
5. Local governments will determine whether or not cases are tried by juries.

Effects:
1. Decrease in civil rights.
2. No change.
3. Increase in civil rights.
4. Increase in civil rights.
5. Increase in devolution.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby seanrutter » Wed Aug 15, 2012 6:32 pm

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Any idea when I will hear whether my proposal is approved or not?
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Xander » Fri Aug 17, 2012 12:27 am

All laws have either now been implemented or rejected. Look forward to seeing what else you guys can come up with.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Farsun » Fri Aug 17, 2012 12:29 am

Xander wrote:All laws have either now been implemented or rejected. Look forward to seeing what else you guys can come up with.


Could we perhaps get two sub-forums, one for laws which have been approved and ones that have been denied? So we know what we can change in-game?
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Xander » Fri Aug 17, 2012 12:46 am

Farsun wrote:
Xander wrote:All laws have either now been implemented or rejected. Look forward to seeing what else you guys can come up with.


Could we perhaps get two sub-forums, one for laws which have been approved and ones that have been denied? So we know what we can change in-game?


I'll discuss it with the other mods. Thanks for the suggestion.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby EEL123 » Thu Sep 06, 2012 8:17 am

Name of the Law/Policy: Exchange Rate Regime
Law/Policy Catagory: Economics

Options:
1) The exchange rate of the national currency is fixed by the government.
2) The exchange rate of the national currency is kept within a defined band of fluctuation.
3) The exchange rate of the national currency is allowed to float, but the government is permitted to intervene when necessary.
4) The exchange rate of the national currency is allowed to float, and the government does not intervene at all.

Effects:
1) Major increase in government responsibilities, major increase in regulation.
2) Increase in government responsibilities, increase in regulation.
3) No effect.
4) Decrease in government responsiblities, decrease in regulation.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby EEL123 » Thu Sep 06, 2012 8:17 am

Name of the Law/Policy: Legality of the organ trade (if organ donation is legal but not compulsory)
Law/Policy Catagory: Health

Options:
1) The organ trade is illegal; only donations that are not for financial gain are permitted.
2) The organ trade is legal and regulated.
3) The organ trade is legal and unregulated.
4) All live organ donors (or their next of kin if they are deceased) are automatically compensated by the government.
5) This issue is left to local governments.

Effects:
1) Increase in gov. responsibilities.
2) Small increase in gov. responsibilities.
3) Decrease in gov. responsibilities.
4) Increase in gov. responsbilities.
5) Increase in devolution.
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Re: Final Draft Approval Thread

Postby Afrocentric » Thu Sep 06, 2012 1:46 pm

Afrocentric wrote:Name of the Law/Policy: Collective bargaining for public employees
Law/Policy Catagory: Economics

Options:

1. Public sector employees have the right to collectively bargain (Default)
2. Public sector employees may not engage in collective bargaining
3. Local governments decide whether to allow collective bargaining for public sector employees

Effects:

1. Increase in market regulations
2. Decrease in market regulation
3. Slight increase in devolution, small increase in market regulation

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