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Bill: Secular Bill (2133)

Details

Submitted by[?]: Deltarian Nationalist Party

Status[?]: defeated

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: August 2134

Description[?]:

The wearing of religious clothing should be restricted.

Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date19:06:37, October 31, 2005 CET
FromWe Say So! Party
ToDebating the Secular Bill (2133)
MessageWe're not going to start regulating what people should and should not wear.

Date21:26:29, October 31, 2005 CET
FromNational Imperial Hobrazian Front
ToDebating the Secular Bill (2133)
MessageSurely you must be joking, TP.

Date21:27:56, October 31, 2005 CET
FromUnited Blobs
ToDebating the Secular Bill (2133)
Message^^ What they said ^^

Date21:57:05, October 31, 2005 CET
FromNational Imperial Hobrazian Front
ToDebating the Secular Bill (2133)
MessageThis bill would infringe significantly on the rights of the people. A Jew couldn't wear a yamacha (sp?) inside a courtroom, a Sikh couldn't wear a turban in the grocery store, a Buddhist monk could not wear his orange robe, a Hassid could not wear a tophat, a nun could not wear her robe, a Muslim could not wear a burka... the list goes on and the infractions are many. The Christian Socialist Party will fight tooth and nail to ensure the the rights of religious expression shall never be undermined!

Date22:06:20, October 31, 2005 CET
FromUnited Blobs
ToDebating the Secular Bill (2133)
Message"A Jew couldn't wear a yamacha (sp?) inside a courtroom" - I think you mean a kippah.

Date00:33:54, November 01, 2005 CET
FromNational Imperial Hobrazian Front
ToDebating the Secular Bill (2133)
Message@UB: They're the same thing. Kippah is the Hebrew word and yamaka is the Yiddish.

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Voting

Vote Seats
yes
 

Total Seats: 88

no
       

Total Seats: 312

abstain

    Total Seats: 0


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