Bill: DSPB.0187.2787 Anti-Religion Manifesto
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Voting deadline: January 2788
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MLPF.001.2787 Anti-Religion Manifesto
Drafter: The Marxist-Lennonist Party of Fruskila, 200 members
Proposal[?] to change Government policy concerning the visitation of foreign missionaries.
Old value:: The government selectively screens which religions are permitted to send missionaries to the nation. Certain religions are approved and travel is unregulated.
Current: The government has no policy concerning the visitation of foreign missionaries.
Proposed: Foreign missionaries are not permitted to enter the nation.
Proposal[?] to change The state's intervention in the appointment of ministers of religion.
Old value:: The state nominates ministers of religion, but the appointment is left up to the religious communities themselves.
Current: The state does not intervene in the appointment of ministers of any religion whatsoever.
Proposed: The state does not intervene in the appointment of ministers of any religion whatsoever.
Proposal[?] to change Government policy towards evangelism and religious advertising.
Old value:: Religions are required to obtain government approval before promoting themselves or advertising in any manner.
Current: Religions are permitted to freely promote and advertise themselves.
Proposed: Religions are not permitted to promote themselves or advertise in any manner whatsoever.
Old value:: No religions are taxed.
Current: No religions are taxed.
Proposed: All religious income, despite the use, is taxed.
Old value:: There are no laws regulating the wearing of religious clothing and the wearing of religious symbols.
Current: There are no laws regulating the wearing of religious clothing and the wearing of religious symbols.
Proposed: Wearing religious clothing or religious symbols in public is illegal.
Old value:: All schools are required to be religious in nature.
Current: Any religion may set up a school, with no regulations.
Proposed: Religious schools are not allowed.
Old value:: The salaries and pensions of ministers of religions shall be regulated by the law, but shall be borne by the religious communities themselves.
Current: The state does not intervene in the remuneration of ministers of religion.
Proposed: Ministers of religion shall receive no remuneration whatsoever.
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy with respect to prayer in schools.
Old value:: Teacher-led prayers in schools are encouraged.
Current: The government leaves this decision up to the schools themselves.
Proposed: Teacher-led prayers in schools are forbidden.
Old value:: There is an official state religion, but membership is completely voluntary.
Current: There is no government policy concerning a state religion.
Proposed: There is no government policy concerning a state religion.
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