Bill: Dealing with the Budget II
Votes: This bill proposes to change the allocation of funds in the budget. It requires more than half of the legislature to vote yes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: June 2162
|The CNT/AFL propose to adjust the government's spending budget to better address the economic and social situation of the Five Nations of Lodamun.|
Old value:: Health care is entirely private.
Current: There is a public health care system, but private clinics are allowed.
Proposed: There is a free public health care system and a small number of private clinics, which are heavily regulated to ensure they treat their patients well and provide good care.
Old value:: The government does not fund any public higher education institutions, permitting only private higher education institutions to exist.
Current: The government allows private higher education but regulates it to meet nationally set standards.
Proposed: The government allows public and private higher education institutions to coexist with self-regulation for those that are private.
Old value:: The government introduces means tested loans for higher education tuition, to be paid back by students after earnings reach a certain amount.
Current: The government fully subsidizes tuition.
Proposed: The government subsidizes tuition only for students from families classified as low-income or poor.
Old value:: There shall be no direct cash payments to individuals to guarantee a minimum income.
Current: All adults not supported by another person shall be guaranteed a very basic subsistence income by the government.
Proposed: All adults not supported by another person shall be guaranteed a reasonable, though not high, standard of living by the government.
Old value:: The government does not subsidise the cost of pharmaceutical drugs at all.
Current: The government pays partially for all citizens' pharmaceutical drugs, and pays entirely for those of low income citizens.
Proposed: The government supplies free pharmaceutical drugs to those on low incomes.
Old value:: Education is entirely private and schools run on a for-profit basis.
Current: There is a free public education system and a small number of private schools, which are heavily regulated to ensure they teach adequate skills and information.
Proposed: There is a free public education system and a small number of private schools, which are heavily regulated to ensure they teach adequate skills and information.
|Ministry||Current Budget||Old Budget||Propesed Budget|
|Head of Government||350,000,000 LOD||200,000,000 LOD||100,000,000 LOD|
|Foreign Affairs||1,300,000,000 LOD||200,000,000 LOD||500,000,000 LOD|
|Internal Affairs||2,500,000,000 LOD||200,000,000 LOD||1,500,000,000 LOD|
|Finance||1,500,000,000 LOD||200,000,000 LOD||500,000,000 LOD|
|Defence||10,800,000,000 LOD||200,000,000 LOD||2,000,000,000 LOD|
|Justice||1,580,000,000 LOD||200,000,000 LOD||1,500,000,000 LOD|
|Infrastructure and Transport||5,800,000,000 LOD||200,000,000 LOD||1,500,000,000 LOD|
|Health and Social Services||14,500,000,000 LOD||200,000,000 LOD||6,000,000,000 LOD|
|Education and Culture||18,500,000,000 LOD||200,000,000 LOD||6,000,000,000 LOD|
|Science and Technology||8,500,000,000 LOD||200,000,000 LOD||1,000,000,000 LOD|
|Food and Agriculture||5,100,000,000 LOD||200,000,000 LOD||100,000,000 LOD|
|Environment and Tourism||4,800,000,000 LOD||200,000,000 LOD||1,000,000,000 LOD|
|Trade and Industry||4,300,000,000 LOD||200,000,000 LOD||1,000,000,000 LOD|
|Total||79,530,000,000 LOD||2,600,000,000 LOD||22,700,000,000 LOD|
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||01:36:46, December 24, 2005 CET||From||CNT/AFL||To||Debating the Dealing with the Budget II|
|Message||Questions? Comments? Requests?|
|Date||02:38:54, December 24, 2005 CET||From||Slaytanic Wehrmacht||To||Debating the Dealing with the Budget II|
|Message||I like the new implementation of budgets. I, however, don't like your budget, and the rest of your bill.|
|Date||01:06:15, December 25, 2005 CET||From||International Society of Bankers||To||Debating the Dealing with the Budget II|
|Message||This is insane and if this is to pass the Militia will act.|
|Date||04:10:32, December 25, 2005 CET||From||CNT/AFL||To||Debating the Dealing with the Budget II|
|Message||((Ok, this is just shitty RP, a militia can't go around shooting random people everytime the government does something it disagrees with. We have some sort of militia too, and we didn't go around blowing up buildings everytime education or healthcare was privatized.))|
|Date||03:35:40, December 26, 2005 CET||From||Democractic Socialist Party of Lodamun||To||Debating the Dealing with the Budget II|
|Message||This has my full support.|
I just ask that you reduce the defence budget
but I'll be asking that until its $0
|Date||06:46:19, December 26, 2005 CET||From||Tuesday Is Coming||To||Debating the Dealing with the Budget II|
|Message||We now support all raises in taxes, especially punitive taxes against productivity, and expenditures.|
|Date||17:52:56, December 26, 2005 CET||From||CNT/AFL||To||Debating the Dealing with the Budget II|
|Message||We would like less funding for defence as well, but our comrades in the LCLC would not be too pleased with that.|
|Date||18:34:01, December 26, 2005 CET||From||Tuesday Is Coming||To||Debating the Dealing with the Budget II|
|Message||This will delete the tax brackets set by anti-greed.|
|Date||18:35:44, December 26, 2005 CET||From||Tuesday Is Coming||To||Debating the Dealing with the Budget II|
|Message||Sorry, I meant some of the laws.|
|Date||22:39:15, December 26, 2005 CET||From||CNT/AFL||To||Debating the Dealing with the Budget II|
|Message||We can live with that.|
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