Bill: An Amendment To The Constitution of The Principal Republic of Lodamun
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: January 3512
|The communist party believes that these proposed interest are in the best interest of the Proletariat and all of the working class. We hope that the passing of these these small changes will be the beginning of the end for capitalism.|
Old value:: Principal Council
Current: Lodamese Chamber of Deputies
Proposed: Quorum of the People
Old value:: Titles of nobility may be granted only by the Head of State.
Current: Titles of nobility may be granted only by the nation's religious leaders.
Proposed: No titles of nobility are granted or recognised, their use is forbidden.
Old value:: Chairman of the Republic, Prince
Proposed: Grand Vizer
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||03:33:49, July 07, 2013 CET||From||Great National Republican Guard||To||Debating the An Amendment To The Constitution of The Principal Republic of Lodamun|
|Message||We, the Nationalists, have multiple concerns:|
This bill has nothing to do with economic policies, so the mention of Capitalism was highly irrelevant. If you serve the interest of the working class, why did we get the votes of the 99%, with your party only being supported by a select minority? It is obvious who represents the working class here; it is us.
We would understand if the title of the Head of Government was to be "Grand Vizier" but not "Grand Vizer" - what is a Vizer?
If you notice, we said "Head of Government" and not "Head of State" - a Vizier is usually a high-ranking minister, with the "Grand Vizier" being the chief adviser to the monarch, and the head of the government that operates below the monarch. What would be the point of having both a President, and a Grand Vizier, by the way? Who would the Grand Vizier be counsel to? As Lodamun is not a monarchy, we don't see how it would make sense, unless you're planning for us to become a colony of Indrala.
Our current system is one where the Prince's signature is collectively-owned by the members of the legislature. The name of the legislature strengthens that point. Collectively, the members of the legislature serve as the head of state, with the Prince being merely a figurehead.
Minister of Justice
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|Random fact: Unless otherwise stated, monarchs and their royal houses will be presumed to be owned by the player who introduced the bill appointing them to their position.|
|Random quote: "The Communist revolution is the most radical rupture with traditional property relations; no wonder that its development involves the most radical rupture with traditional ideas." � Karl Marx|