Bill: Presidential Rating System
Votes: This bill is a resolution. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: April 2935
|Presidential Rate System.|
The People’s Party is proposing a system of grades from the other parties be submitted a year before each election (not including early elections) of how the current President is doing. This will be available to the public and other parties by posting on the Nation’s message board in forms of statements from the political parties to the Alorian Broadcast Network or in different from (MUST BE ON NATION’S MESSAGE BOARD). The messages should be posted at least one year before an election. That gives the President three years to be graded on.
Grading Scale: 1-10
10, 9, 8: A
7 or 6: B
5 or 4: C
3 or 2: D
1 or 0: F
Each party will grade on different issues. Their will be a list of suggested issues to grade on, and parties can add anything else to grade on as well. When grading they MUST give a number. The numbers for each issue from all the parties will be added up and used as an average score for that issue. The current party that hold’s Head of State may not grade for it would be unfair. (THIS SYSTEM WILL BE NON-MANADTORY BUT HIGHILY ENCOURAGED! If the party decides they can not grade on a certian issue they may put "N/A"
Civil Rights: This would include all laws relating to civil rights including anything about Gays, Abortions etc.
Economic: How the President handle the economy did his budget, income taxes hurt it do good, hurt the poor etc.
Foreign: Any treaties the president tried to get ratified or did, including foreign policy laws, and military laws.
You may grade on other things. This is all voultnary.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||00:47:55, May 05, 2010 CET||From||Democratic Party of Aloria||To||Debating the Presidential Rating System|
|Message||I honestly wouldent support this because just like the old GPA's presidential adress bill, I feel that unless a party wants too, thy shouldent have too. Take out it being mandatory and I will vote yes|
|Date||01:25:10, May 05, 2010 CET||From||New Aloria Party (NAP)||To||Debating the Presidential Rating System|
|Message||The reason I'm putting Mandatory it doesn't take any time and it would have more people getting in the game.|
|Date||03:15:21, May 05, 2010 CET||From||National Socialist Party (PCA)||To||Debating the Presidential Rating System|
|Message||There's no way to properly enforce mandatory RP rules, unless you boycott ALL bills put out by said party... but that well most likely screw over yourself.|
|Date||08:03:35, May 05, 2010 CET||From||New Aloria Party (NAP)||To||Debating the Presidential Rating System|
|Message||True, I'll change it from Manatory to highly encuraged...my bad.|
|Date||08:05:58, May 05, 2010 CET||From||New Aloria Party (NAP)||To||Debating the Presidential Rating System|
|Message||What other issues should be inculded?|
|Date||22:30:25, May 05, 2010 CET||From||Democratic Party of Aloria||To||Debating the Presidential Rating System|
|Message||There still is Their will be a list of selected issues they must give grades on and the parties may include anything else they want to grade the President on" That is still concidered mandatory|
|Date||22:44:38, May 05, 2010 CET||From||New Aloria Party (NAP)||To||Debating the Presidential Rating System|
|Message||I'll change it. Any other issues you see with it? And anything we else should be grade on.I mean should as suggested.|
|Date||01:27:54, May 08, 2010 CET||From||New Independence Party (PCA)||To||Debating the Presidential Rating System|
|Message||I'm okay with this, but when I grade I'm just going to use the A-F grading system.|
|Date||22:55:18, May 10, 2010 CET||From||NCPA||To||Debating the Presidential Rating System|
|Message||does it really matter when you grade just so long as the presisdent had enough time in office to be judged, grade just before election is no biggy|
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