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Bill: Ratification of the Missile Defense Shield


Submitted by[?]: New Aloria Party (NAP)

Status[?]: defeated

Votes: This bill proposes for the ratification of a treaty. It will require two-thirds of the legislature to vote in favor[?]. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.

Voting deadline: February 2934


This bill asks for the ratification of the Missile Defense Shield. If this treaty is ratified, it becomes binding and will define national law.



These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date23:28:17, May 04, 2010 CET
FromNew Aloria Party (NAP)
ToDebating the Ratification of the Missile Defense Shield
Message“Aloria’s National Security is of great importance to me, the People’s Party and to everyone in Aloria. Defending our great nation and its people is a top priory. I have cut spending in Defense and since I have I am asking that the Federal Congress approve this treaty to have a Missile Defense shield put in place to help defend Aloria from nuclear attacks.” President Mark Burton.

Date16:40:40, May 05, 2010 CET
ToDebating the Ratification of the Missile Defense Shield
Message"Very much agree, we, the The Nationalist Consumerist Party of Aloria, believe that defense of this nation is an important principle" Bill Allison, Leader of NCPA

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