Main | About | Tutorial | FAQ | Links | Wiki | Forum | World News | World Map | World Ranking | Nations | Electoral Calendar | Party Organizations | Treaties |
Login | Register |
Game Time: August 4498
Next month in: 02:23:19
Server time: 17:36:40, December 11, 2018 CET
Currently online (8): Bacchus | Böser Phi | GavinE97 | Masionette11 | MedwedianPresident | RafisArmenian | Sisyphus | TrueDignity | Record: 63 on 23:28:53, August 06, 2007 CET

We are working on a brand new version of the game! If you want to stay informed, read our blog and register for our mailing list.

Bill: Act for Terran Unity, Article 3


Submitted by[?]: Coalition for Terran Conciousness

Status[?]: passed

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: April 2846


The original bill has been split into parts.



These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date12:23:42, November 10, 2009 CET
FromRutanian Heritage Party
ToDebating the Act for Terran Unity, Article 3
MessageHow can there be almost unanimous support for this legislation, which proposes the redistribution of tax-payers' money to nations abroad rather than circulating it back into the community so that they can reap its benefits? The federal government has an inherent responsibility - given its confiscation of money to which only its owners have a rightful entitlement - to only spend tax revenue on absolutely essential areas that benefit all Rutanians in some way; anything else is tantamount to organized robbery. If people feel compelled to give their own money to charities and foreign aid, let them do so of their own volition. That this legislation will pass with minimal dissent is a travesty.

subscribe to this discussion - unsubscribe


Vote Seats

Total Seats: 348


Total Seats: 152


    Total Seats: 0

    Random fact: Selucia is Particracy's modern take on Ancient Rome, located on the continent of Majatra.

    Random quote: "Laws are like sausages, it is better not to see them being made" - Otto von Bismark

    This page was generated with PHP
    Copyright 2004-2010 Wouter Lievens
    Queries performed: 42