Bill: Ecology Reformation Bill
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: July 3211
|Logical devolutions to local governments and the removal of the government's anti-car policy|
Old value:: The government sets a range of standards dependant on water usage. (grey water regulation, etc.)
Current: The government sets a range of standards dependant on water usage. (grey water regulation, etc.)
Proposed: Local government is responsible for drinking water quality regulation.
Old value:: Private cars are allowed, but people are encouraged to travel collective and tax incentives are provided for cars using environmentally friendly fuels.
Current: There are no regulations on the ownership of private cars.
Proposed: There are no regulations on the ownership of private cars.
Old value:: The government funds recycling facilities but enforces mandatory recycling for industry only.
Current: The government funds recycling facilities but enforces mandatory recycling for industry only.
Proposed: Local governments decide about this.
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Total Seats: 134
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|Random fact: When you join the game, you will find yourself with only 0 seats. That's because your party's representatives haven't been elected yet. You need to establish your party's position on issues by proposing several bills that your party wants passed and sending them to vote. This raises your visibility and if you do it enough, you will win seats at the next election.|
|Random quote: "I never dared to be radical when young. For fear it would make me conservative when old." Robert Frost (1874 - 1963), 'Ten Mills,' A Further Range, 1936|