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Bill: Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648

Details

Submitted by[?]: Lodamun National Party

Status[?]: passed

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 2652

Description[?]:

To place regulations on religious schools.

Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date10:49:44, October 08, 2008 CET
FromLodamun National Party
ToDebating the Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648
MessageThis bill will remain in debate for a few months to allow the people to understand why parties agree/disagree with this bill. Before this bill moves to a vote (quickly), I want all parties to submit at least one response to this bill. I can ensure all parties that this bill will move to a vote and will not be cancelled.

Date10:51:49, October 08, 2008 CET
FromLodamun National Party
ToDebating the Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648
MessageMy party agrees with this bill, as we believe if non-religious schools are regulated, why shouldn't religious schools be under the same banner.

It is our opinion that schools that are not regulated, are outside the law and cannot be controlled and since schools are such important institutions, this shouldn't be the case.

Date11:58:58, October 08, 2008 CET
FromUnited Republics Party
ToDebating the Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648
MessageAre schools regulated?

Date12:22:15, October 08, 2008 CET
FromLodamun National Party
ToDebating the Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648
MessageSchools are regulated in many ways, under the following laws:

Sexual Education in schools.
Educational testing policies in the public educational system.
The teacher's right to discipline children.
The education system.

Also the meaning of regulate/d is "To control or direct according to rule, principle, or law". So if this bill doesn't pass, then the government cannot control religious according to the laws as they won't be regulated.

Date12:52:10, October 08, 2008 CET
FromFree Peoples Party
ToDebating the Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648
Messageooc: I fully support this bill due to the fact that in my country (Australia) we had a recent child pornography scare in a school and if the government had not been able to step in then we could have had a huge problem, so if this happened in a regular school then it could happen in a religous school.

Full support and a yes vote from me.

Date15:56:50, October 08, 2008 CET
FromThe Liberal Party
ToDebating the Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648
MessageWe support as well and agre on the comments by our collegues from the LNP.

OOC: I understand your worries as well. Here in the United States, we have morechild pornography than actual pornography (a bit of exaggeration there perhaps).

Date01:45:42, October 09, 2008 CET
FromLodamun National Party
ToDebating the Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648
MessageThis bill has enough support for passing, but I would like to still hear the views of the Conservatives and the newest political group - the White Rankers Party.

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Voting

Vote Seats
yes
    

Total Seats: 150

no

    Total Seats: 0

    abstain

      Total Seats: 0


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