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Bill: Cabinet Proposal of September 2790

Details

Submitted by[?]: United Republics Party

Status[?]: defeated

Votes: This bill presents the formation of a cabinet. It requires more than half of the legislature to vote yes. Traditionally, parties in the proposal vote yes, others (the opposition) vote no. This bill will pass as soon as the required yes votes are in and all parties in the proposal have voted yes, or will be defeated if unsufficient votes are reached on the deadline.

Voting deadline: June 2791

Description[?]:

Proposing a Cabinet

Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date00:02:24, July 23, 2009 CET
FromUnited Republics Party
ToDebating the Cabinet Proposal of September 2790
MessageChanges from last cabinet:
Foreign Affairs- RLP
Finance- RLP
Justice- From URP to CDR
HSS- From RNP to RLP
ED- From CDR to RLP
AG- From RNP to URP
ENV- From CDR to URP
Trade- URP

Logic:

RNP retained as Prime Minister because of solid track record and longer existence despite being second largest party by narrow margin, however it must give up a few minor posts.

RLP being the largest party but also new should be given key posts such as Finance and Foreign Affairs where it can prove itself.

CDR gives up some less significant ministries but given the more important Justice Ministry.

URP ends control of Justice in exchange for additional, less important posts for purposes of future cabinet negotiations.


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Voting

Vote Seats
yes
   

Total Seats: 114

no
   

Total Seats: 59

abstain
  

Total Seats: 27


Random fact: All multiple-choice proposal values are symmetrically balanced. There is no wrong or right choice. One choice may bring you closer to the political center, another may bring you closer to an extreme. You have to make the consideration of what suits your party best.

Random quote: "A good politician is quite as unthinkable as an honest burglar." H. L. Mencken

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