Bill: Rakkas Initiation Plan (2564)
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 2565
Old value:: Regulation is used to screen out only those with a previous history of child abuse.
Current: Adoption is regulated by the government. Applicants can adopt after a routine check-up.
Proposed: Adoption is regulated by private, recognised organisations.
Old value:: The police may disperse a group if they believe it poses a potential risk to public safety.
Current: The police may disperse a group if they believe it poses a potential risk to public safety.
Proposed: There are no restrictions on the right of citizens to assemble in groups.
Proposal[?] to change The confidentiality of letters and correspondence.
Old value:: The confidentiality of letters is inviolable, but the justice dept. can violate the confidentiality of letters with grounded cause.
Current: The confidentiality of letters is inviolable.
Proposed: The confidentiality of letters is inviolable.
Old value:: Public nudity laws are left to local governments.
Current: Public nudity is illegal, but private nudist colonies and beaches are permitted.
Proposed: There are no laws with regards to public nudity, it is allowed.
Old value:: Individuals have a right to privacy, but the courts can force individuals to give information on certain matters if needed. (also known as Habeas Data).
Current: Individuals have a right to privacy, but the courts can force individuals to give information on certain matters if needed. (also known as Habeas Data).
Proposed: Individuals have a right to privacy, to keep records and information for themselves.
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|Date||11:52:57, April 21, 2008 CET||From||Free Brendan Nelson||To||Debating the Rakkas Initiation Plan (2564)|
|Date||12:08:56, April 21, 2008 CET||From||Liberal Urban Party||To||Debating the Rakkas Initiation Plan (2564)|
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