Bill: RLP Economics Bill of 2788
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 2789
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy towards daily working hours.
Old value:: The government has no policy concerning daily working hours.
Current: The government obligates trade unions and employers to negotiate the daily number of working hours.
Proposed: The government obligates trade unions and employers to negotiate the daily number of working hours.
Old value:: Trade unions are illegal.
Current: Trade unions may exist and worker membership is voluntary.
Proposed: Trade unions may exist and worker membership is voluntary.
Proposal[?] to change The right for a person to prostitute himself or herself.
Old value:: Prostitution is illegal.
Current: Prostitution is legal and a recognized profession.
Proposed: There is a state monopoly on prostitution.
Proposal[?] to change The government's position towards the stock exchange(s).
Old value:: Stock exchanges are allowed and are unregulated.
Current: Stock exchanges are allowed but are regulated.
Proposed: The government has no position on the proliferation of stock exchanges.
Old value:: All strikes are illegal.
Current: All workers have the right to strike.
Proposed: All workers, except certain categories of workers regarded as critical to society, have the right to strike.
Proposal[?] to change Government policy on Democratic Workers' Councils.
Old value:: Democratic Workers' Councils are not permitted to run a business.
Current: The government requires most industries to be fully run by Democratic Workers' Councils.
Proposed: The government does not intervene in the marketplace with regards to Democratic Workers' Councils.
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