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Bill: Dynamic Devolution

Details

Submitted by[?]: Alorian Populist Party (DemCoa)

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: March 2632

Description[?]:

Dynamic Devolution. Some things best left up to local government. Local Governments should be empowered, eithier to make their decision for themselves or to provide services the Federal Government does not.

Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date22:15:11, September 03, 2008 CET
FromAnarchist Union of Aloria
ToDebating the Dynamic Devolution
Message...I'm not sure about this, but i'll be saying no. Devolution is good, but these things should not be devoluted.

Date22:43:52, September 03, 2008 CET
From Moderate Libertarian Party (NoCoalition)
ToDebating the Dynamic Devolution
Message1-4 are OK, not great, but OK

Date21:46:17, September 04, 2008 CET
FromCommunist Party of Aloria
ToDebating the Dynamic Devolution
MessageWe might support 2.

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Voting

Vote Seats
yes
 

Total Seats: 0

no
    

Total Seats: 350

abstain
   

Total Seats: 400


Random fact: Any RP law granting extraordinary "emergency powers" or dictator-like powers to a government must be passed by at least a 2/3rds majority, but may always be overturned by a simple majority vote of the legislature.

Random quote: "Unlike the world of free-markets, in political government when some individuals win, other individuals lose." – Robert Klassen

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