Bill: Act for the Collectivisation of the Economy's Commanding Heights
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: January 2584
Old value:: Private power stations provide energy for the entire power grid.
Current: Private power stations provide energy for the entire power grid.
Proposed: All power stations are publicly owned.
Old value:: Energy is provided by private companies which are not subject to any special regulations.
Current: Energy is provided by private, unregulated companies but subsidies are given to those on a low income.
Proposed: Energy is provided by nationalised companies.
Proposal[?] to change Government agricultural and farming subsidies policy.
Old value:: The government denies subsidy assistance to farmers.
Current: The government denies subsidy assistance to farmers.
Proposed: All agricultural operations are state-owned and operated.
Proposal[?] to change Government policy on industry and subsidies to industrial operations.
Old value:: The government does not intervene in the market nor provide any form of subsidies/relief to industries.
Current: The government does not intervene in the market nor provide any form of subsidies/relief to industries.
Proposed: The state owns the commanding heights of the economy and all major industries, but private ownership is allowed in the minor industries.
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy concerning phone services.
Old value:: There are no regulations on phone service.
Current: There are no regulations on phone service.
Proposed: Telephone lines are provided free of charge to all citizens.
Proposal[?] to change The government's position towards the stock exchange(s).
Old value:: The government has no position on the proliferation of stock exchanges.
Current: Stock exchanges are allowed and are unregulated.
Proposed: The government owns the stock exchange(s).
Old value:: Private companies operate TOCs throughout the country.
Current: Private companies operate regional TOC's. The national service is provided by a publicly owned, national TOC.
Proposed: There is a single publicly owned TOC.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||01:09:21, May 29, 2008 CET||From||Loyalistische Partei||To||Debating the Act for the Collectivisation of the Economy's Commanding Heights|
|Date||15:56:49, May 29, 2008 CET||From||United Peoples Party||To||Debating the Act for the Collectivisation of the Economy's Commanding Heights|
|Message||Perhaps we can find a more common ground, this is far too extreme.|
|Date||17:45:15, May 29, 2008 CET||From||Communist Party of Darnussia||To||Debating the Act for the Collectivisation of the Economy's Commanding Heights|
|Message||Yes, a bit too extreme. This is a communist talking here, but I can't vote "yes" on these laws.|
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