Bill: Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648
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
|To place regulations on religious schools.|
Old value:: Any religion may set up a school, with no regulations.
Current: Religious schools are not allowed.
Proposed: Any religion may set up a school, but they are strictly regulated.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||10:49:44, October 08, 2008 CET||From||Lodamun National Party||To||Debating the Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648|
|Message||This 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.|
|Date||10:51:49, October 08, 2008 CET||From||Lodamun National Party||To||Debating the Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648|
|Message||My 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.
|Date||11:58:58, October 08, 2008 CET||From||United Republics Party||To||Debating the Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648|
|Message||Are schools regulated?|
|Date||12:22:15, October 08, 2008 CET||From||Lodamun National Party||To||Debating the Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648|
|Message||Schools 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.
|Date||12:52:10, October 08, 2008 CET||From||Free Peoples Party||To||Debating the Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648|
|Message||ooc: 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.
|Date||15:56:50, October 08, 2008 CET||From||The Liberal Party||To||Debating the Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648|
|Message||We 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).
|Date||01:45:42, October 09, 2008 CET||From||Lodamun National Party||To||Debating the Religious Schools Regulation Act 2648|
|Message||This 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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