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Bill: Human Rights Act

Details

Submitted by[?]: Communist Party of Darnussia

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: June 2937

Description[?]:

This is to give ALL people, regardless of their sexuality, the rights they deserve.

Libertarians, as the DPM said, the fate of the homosexuals in Darnussia rests in your hands.

Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date13:16:22, May 11, 2010 CET
FromRerum Novarum Party
ToDebating the Human Rights Act
MessageMarriage is not a right.

Date16:27:39, May 11, 2010 CET
FromNarik Nationalestik Parti
ToDebating the Human Rights Act
MessageMarriage is not a right no, but equality is a right though.

Date19:13:38, May 11, 2010 CET
FromCommunist Party of Darnussia
ToDebating the Human Rights Act
MessageOOC: DPM, you took the words right out of my mouth!

Date19:16:05, May 11, 2010 CET
FromCommunist Party of Darnussia
ToDebating the Human Rights Act
MessageTo all parties: This bill is not about the right to get married (if there is such a thing). This is about equality, and the end to the medieval practise of discriminating against someone because of their sexuality. I mean, this is the 30th Century! Surely we can all treat human beings... like human beings.

Date21:40:55, May 11, 2010 CET
FromNarik Nationalestik Parti
ToDebating the Human Rights Act
MessageOOC: CPD, i'm rp a populist party, but that does not mean we are right-wing, we are not right-winged nor left-winged, we are simply populist and regarding social issues ultraliberal, and regarding economical and immigration issues conservative, just some sort of new populism. 30th century populism ;), we are willing to cooperate with all parties, except fundamentalist religious parties, and anti-civil rights parties.

Date21:43:58, May 11, 2010 CET
FromNarik Nationalestik Parti
ToDebating the Human Rights Act
MessageIC: We have to treat human beings like human beings, and if some sort of God created all men equal, why should not homosexuals be equal? Equal rights for everybody, that should be the goal of Darnussia.

Date05:14:48, May 12, 2010 CET
FromLibertarian Party of Darnussia
ToDebating the Human Rights Act
MessageAll men are equally guilty yes, and perhaps equally valuable in the eyes of God, that does not mean that the things they do to make them guilty are right. Is a homosexual no more or less valuble to God than a man who is completely straight and has never even had sex outside of marriage with a women, yes. But it has nothing to do with the fact that he is a homosexual, it has to do with the fact that he is human.

Date05:16:20, May 12, 2010 CET
FromLibertarian Party of Darnussia
ToDebating the Human Rights Act
MessageAnd the point I just made is irrelevent, because it is not a political argument, and this is a political situation. We do not support government recognition of civil marriages whatsoever.

Date05:21:47, May 12, 2010 CET
FromLibertarian Party of Darnussia
ToDebating the Human Rights Act
MessageThe point I was trying to make was that all men are naturally sinful. Not all men commit the same actions, but they are all guilty of some type sin, and in God's eyes, no sin is acceptable, that is why it is called sin.

Date10:57:20, May 12, 2010 CET
FromCommunist Party of Darnussia
ToDebating the Human Rights Act
MessageYes, alright. We understand you do not support recognition of civil marriages, but that doesn't mean you can deny homosexuals the same opportunities as heterosexuals.

Date13:09:25, May 12, 2010 CET
FromCommunist Party of Darnussia
ToDebating the Human Rights Act
MessageStop living politically by the Bible!

Date13:54:30, May 12, 2010 CET
FromBuidheann Saorsa
ToDebating the Human Rights Act
MessageStop living politically by third grade logic. Open your mind you communist.

Date14:09:14, May 12, 2010 CET
FromCommunist Party of Darnussia
ToDebating the Human Rights Act
MessageSays the "right-wing extremist"...

Date02:11:23, May 13, 2010 CET
FromLibertarian Party of Darnussia
ToDebating the Human Rights Act
Message"but that doesn't mean you can deny homosexuals the same opportunities as heterosexuals"

I do not attempt to deny homosexuals the same opportunities has heterosexuals, where did you get that from? I do not support the criminalization of homosexuality, infact, I support the opposite. This does not mean I think homosexuality is right. My political views are not necessarily coming from the Bible, I don't know what makes you think this.

Date12:04:04, May 13, 2010 CET
FromCommunist Party of Darnussia
ToDebating the Human Rights Act
MessageI wasn't saying the Bibe line to you, but more to the right-wing parties here.

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Voting

Vote Seats
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Total Seats: 81

no
     

Total Seats: 134

abstain

    Total Seats: 0


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