Bill: Protection of Private Property
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: November 2101
|A bill to ensure that the government respects the right for private property to exist without interference from the state.|
Old value:: The government may seize private property for vital government works.
Current: The government may seize private property for vital government works.
Proposed: The government may not seize private property.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||12:47:45, August 25, 2005 CET||From||Alorian Socialist Party||To||Debating the Protection of Private Property|
|Message||No, we oppose this and with good reason, people recieve compensation for land lost so while moving may be a bit of a hassle they wont actually lose anything. However if we cannot gain control of land, how are we going to be able to build new roads, powerplants, factories, parks. We cannot manage our country if we allow landholders to be immobile.|
This will also directly benifit the rich land owners of society, by making them "untouchables", the poor need housing and the country needs infrastucture, this will hold back devolopment!
|Date||23:45:17, August 25, 2005 CET||From||Socialist Liberal Party||To||Debating the Protection of Private Property|
Private property is not the ownership of the state. I believe the government is here to serve the people, not to control them. It horrifies me that a fellow socialist party can stand here before the house and oppose this legislation.
This legislation seeks to establish government regulations to say that the government has no right to sieze people's homes and livlihoods.Aloria has enough space to build on without the government's tyrannous ability to destroy people's lives.
|Date||13:29:46, August 26, 2005 CET||From||Alorian Socialist Party||To||Debating the Protection of Private Property|
I stand by the fact that peoples lives are not destroyed, they are adequately compensated by this goverment should their land be required for special goverment projects like infrastructure.
One cannot put the individual above the needs of the many, this could hold back the development of Aloria!
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