Bill: Defence Nationalisation 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: June 2649
|To make a bulk of our defence industries state owned but to allow some private ones to exist.|
Old value:: Defence industries are privately owned and not subsidised.
Current: Defence industries are privately owned and not subsidised.
Proposed: The state owns national defence industries but these exist alongside privately owned defence industries.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||12:04:04, October 08, 2008 CET||From||United Republics Party||To||Debating the Defence Nationalisation Act 2648|
|Date||15:30:06, October 08, 2008 CET||From||The Liberal Party||To||Debating the Defence Nationalisation Act 2648|
|Message||Because it is for the common good.|
|Date||22:25:56, October 08, 2008 CET||From||United Republics Party||To||Debating the Defence Nationalisation Act 2648|
|Message||Very specific as usual, thanks.|
|Date||23:09:07, October 08, 2008 CET||From||The Liberal Party||To||Debating the Defence Nationalisation Act 2648|
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