Bill: Economic Package
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: May 2668
|A liberalisation of the market, aimed at preserving the interests of those on low and middle incomes.|
Old value:: Energy is provided by nationalised companies.
Current: Energy is provided by nationalised companies.
Proposed: Energy is provided by private companies which are not subject to any special regulations.
Old value:: Gambling is illegal unless taking place in a licensed casino.
Current: Gambling is legal, but only in private homes and casinos with special licences.
Proposed: Gambling is legal across the nation, no regulation whatsoever.
Proposal[?] to change Government policy on industry and subsidies to industrial operations.
Old value:: The government acts as an investor of last resort, by nationalizing failing industries that provide vital goods or services.
Current: The government acts as an investor of last resort, by nationalizing failing industries that provide vital goods or services.
Proposed: The government subsidizes private enterprises that face bankruptcy.
Old value:: Pornography depicting consenting adults is legal for adults.
Current: All forms of pornography are legal for everyone.
Proposed: Pornography depicting consenting adults is legal for everyone.
Proposal[?] to change The government's position towards the stock exchange(s).
Old value:: Stock exchanges are allowed but are regulated.
Current: Stock exchanges are allowed but are regulated.
Proposed: Stock exchanges are allowed and are unregulated.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||23:18:26, November 18, 2008 CET||From||Democratic Capitalist Delegation||To||Debating the Economic Package|
|Message||We oppose articles I and V, but support this bill as we recognize the need for free market reforms.|
Democratic Capitalist Delegation
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