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Bill: Three year election bill


Submitted by[?]: Social Democratic Party [SDP]

Status[?]: defeated

Votes: This bill asks for an amendement to the Constitution. It will require two-thirds of the legislature to vote in favor. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.

Voting deadline: December 3211


The seventeenth Tea Party proposal (forgot exact name) is going tobe defeated, but we do agree with a 36 month election cycle, and are proposing that individually. We simply disagree with the idea of decreasing the number of seats.



These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date22:34:27, November 11, 2011 CET
FromTea Party
ToDebating the Three year election bill
MessageThe Tea Party has decided to block this proposal in the same manner the Socialists and the Libservative Conservacrats blocked the Seventeenth Popular Demand Bill. We're not willing to compromise, the size of Parliament needs to be drastically reduced too.

Date23:38:34, November 11, 2011 CET
FromIndependence Party
ToDebating the Three year election bill
MessageWe wholly agree with the Tea Party on this matter

Date02:26:22, November 12, 2011 CET
FromLibservative Conservacrats
ToDebating the Three year election bill
MessageOh how sad, you're not even allowing a bill that you agree with to pass just because *Gaps* "The Socialists" proposed it.

Date11:50:55, November 12, 2011 CET
FromTea Party
ToDebating the Three year election bill
MessageIts not because you proposed it, its because you blocked a similar proposal just because it would reduce the number of seats in Parliament. I don't know why you'd oppose such a measure.. maybe because you'd lose seats but that would only be proportionally.

If the SDP is going to be partisan, then that gives us the right to be partisan too.

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