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Bill: Cabinet Proposal of December 2357


Submitted by[?]: Imperial Power Party

Status[?]: passed

Votes: This bill presents the formation of a cabinet. It requires more than half of the legislature to vote yes. Traditionally, parties in the proposal vote yes, others (the opposition) vote no. This bill will pass as soon as the required yes votes are in and all parties in the proposal have voted yes, or will be defeated if unsufficient votes are reached on the deadline.

Voting deadline: August 2358


Proposing a Cabinet



These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date17:50:53, February 10, 2007 CET
FromPopular Revolutionary Front
ToDebating the Cabinet Proposal of December 2357
MessageOppose. Are the other parties just plain retarded? The Imperial Party has proposed a cabinet giving him full power. The party would have Defence, Justice, HoG, Foreign Affairs, and Internal Affairs.

He would have full power over the military and basicly the country. Are you parties that blind that you cannot see the Imperial parts plan?

Date18:49:37, February 10, 2007 CET
FromImperial Power Party
ToDebating the Cabinet Proposal of December 2357
MessageDoes this cabinet proposal compared to the current cabinet not improve the standard of the cabinet?

Date21:04:59, February 10, 2007 CET
FromPopular Revolutionary Front
ToDebating the Cabinet Proposal of December 2357
MessageAbsolutly not.

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