Bill: Security Act for Foreign Evangelists [SAFE]
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: April 2431
|Alorian policy currently permits foreign missionaries to come into our nation without any sort of background check. We don't think that's right. It is well known that often, the most dangerous terrorists are often members of religious cults, or religions hostile to Aloria's missions of peace and liberty. For that reason, we propose SAFE, which will permit our foreign minister to conduct background checks on missionaries entering Aloria to ensure that they don't have connections to religious organizations hostile to Aloria.|
Proposal[?] to change Government policy concerning the visitation of foreign missionaries.
Old value:: The government requires foreign missionaries to register with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Current: Foreign missionaries are not permitted to enter the nation.
Proposed: The government determines which missionaries are permitted to visit on a person by person basis.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||17:58:04, July 17, 2007 CET||From||Industrialist Party of Aloria||To||Debating the Security Act for Foreign Evangelists [SAFE]|
|Message||People have a right to have any religion they want.|
|Date||19:24:18, July 17, 2007 CET||From||Democratic Rationalists (PrCoa)||To||Debating the Security Act for Foreign Evangelists [SAFE]|
|Message||This bill doesn't bar anyone from practicing their religion. It only ensures that foreign missionaries have been properly screened for terrorist links before entering the country.|
|Date||17:17:23, July 18, 2007 CET||From||Democratic Rationalists (PrCoa)||To||Debating the Security Act for Foreign Evangelists [SAFE]|
|Message||We urge the Senate to put the safety of the nation first! |
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