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Bill: Immigration & Wage Reform Act of 3760

Details

Submitted by[?]: Chann National Party (CNP)

Status[?]: passed

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: August 3761

Description[?]:

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Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date21:48:05, November 18, 2014 CET
From Solentias People Party
ToDebating the Immigration & Wage Reform Act of 3760
MessageHow can we make sure this wont lead to taking advatages of the immigrants for cheap labour and dumped wages for Solentian workers?

Date22:54:54, November 18, 2014 CET
From Chann National Party (CNP)
ToDebating the Immigration & Wage Reform Act of 3760
MessageWe have added a proposal to increase wages.

Date23:08:21, November 18, 2014 CET
From Solentias People Party
ToDebating the Immigration & Wage Reform Act of 3760
MessageWe support this wholeheartedly

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Voting

Vote Seats
yes
  

Total Seats: 170

no
 

Total Seats: 55

abstain
  

Total Seats: 0


Random fact: In your Message Centre there is a really useful feature which allows you to subscribe to all of the bill debates in your nation. If you use that, then the "Watched Discussions" section will show you every time a new message has been posted on a bill. You can also subscribe to other pages you want to follow, such as your nation message-board, party organisations or bills outside your nation which you are interested in.

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