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Bill: Justice Reform Act


Submitted by[?]: Darnussian Liberal Democrat Party

Status[?]: passed

Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.

Voting deadline: October 2358


To reform the Justice department to guarantee the rights of citizens.



These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date06:27:29, February 10, 2007 CET
FromPopular Revolutionary Front
ToDebating the Justice Reform Act
MessageOppose, the State is above the individual always. To much individualism means the State will become weak and how will she expand? The state wont be able to because of all these individualism laws.

Date06:36:36, February 10, 2007 CET
FromDarnussian Liberal Democrat Party
ToDebating the Justice Reform Act
MessageSo you would support laws that would mean that the Military may torture your wife just because she is a suspect? So you also support laws that mean that those with low income can not afford a lawyer to represent them?

Date07:04:10, February 10, 2007 CET
FromNational Peoples Party
ToDebating the Justice Reform Act
MessageI see no reason why we all shouldnt agree with this bill.

Date19:29:38, February 10, 2007 CET
FromImperial Power Party
ToDebating the Justice Reform Act
MessageWe cannot accept this either.

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