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Bill: Religious Regulation Act


Submitted by[?]: Radical Party

Status[?]: defeated

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: June 2555


Although the government should respect the right of all to worship freely, in order to ensure that radical religions and cults that pose as religions do not corrupt the public virtue, all religions should have government permission to advertise themselves and spread their doctrines.

This is to ensure racist, demogogic, or mind-controlling 'religions' (such as Scientology) do not manipulate the people of Telamon andlead them astray.

- Kristian Donson - Leader of the Radical Party



These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date18:55:24, April 01, 2008 CET
FromRightful Radical Party
ToDebating the Religious Regulation Act
MessageHow can the Radical Party support this? First, they supported taxing religion... and now this.... were are the RP and COM to stop this?!

Date19:29:53, April 01, 2008 CET
FromDemocratic Capitalist Delegation
ToDebating the Religious Regulation Act
MessageWe refused to support a bill with similar provisions proposed in May 2554, and we still cannot find grounds to do so. We encourage the COM and Republican parties to vote no to this bill.

James Lott
Democratic Capitalist Delegation

Date00:17:46, April 02, 2008 CET
FromRadical Party
ToDebating the Religious Regulation Act
MessageIt is interesting to point out that this bill is not aimed at harming religion, but merely ensuring that dangerous 'religions' do not corrupt the upstanding morality and virtue of the Telamonese people. There is a tendency in this House to vote against anything that concerns religion, in fear of it dismantling the ethical and moral status quo, without considering the aims of the legislation.

- Kristian Donson - Leader of the Radical Party

Date00:44:38, April 02, 2008 CET
FromSocial Democratic Party
ToDebating the Religious Regulation Act
MessageWe support any restrictions on religion. We will support this bill.

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