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Bill: RP-Law: National minority act
Votes: This bill is a resolution. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: August 4022
|Def.: There are two kinds of people in Beiteynu: 1. People which are yeudish and member of the Yeudi ethnic group 2. Those who are not.|
The share of the blood of people beloging to group 1 must be at least 80%. Otherwise they belong to group 2.
1. No person which is member of the ethnic and religous group Yeudi must ever obey an order form a person which is not member of this group.
2. No person of the minorities shall be allowed to take a seat in the Knesset.
3. The members of the minorities are only allowed to live in designated areas, which are sperated from the majority population.
4. Any contact between the Yeudi population and the minorities is illegal. This shall not include commands from Yeudis to the minorities.
5. The member of the minorities shall remain without citizenship and their maximum number of children shall be confirmed at a maximum at 1.
6. All services provided to members of the minority shall be inferior to that provided to Yeudis. All public premises, vehicles and services to be segregated by race
7. All people shall either be members of the Yeudi religion and ethnic group or a member of the minorities.
8. Members of the minority shall have no right to own any property.
9. Members of the minorities cannot be member of trade union.
10. This law is a normal law and can be changed or abolished with a absolute majority.
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|Random fact: It is not allowed to call more than 5 elections in 5 game years in a nation. The default sanction for a player persisting in the early election tactic will be a seat reset.|
|Random quote: "Patriotism is in political life what faith is in religion." - John Dalberg-Acton|