Bill: Civil Rights Enforcement Act
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: March 4049
|with the return of the democracy in our loved country, it's time for the government to return to ensure democratic and fair civil rights to its citizens. So, we propose to the legislative's body a series of proposals to ensure and protect the inviolable rights of the citizens.|
Old value:: Adulthood is determined by a test.
Current: Adulthood is determined by age.
Proposed: Adulthood is determined by age.
Proposal[?] to change The nation's policy on the separation of the police and the military.
Old value:: The military acts as a de-facto police force, with powers of arrest.
Current: A civilian police force is in place, backed up by the military.
Proposed: A civilian police force is in place and the military may be called in to help in serious emergencies.
Proposal[?] to change Government policy with respect to the death penalty.
Old value:: The death penalty is not applied, except for terrorism, treason and crimes against mankind.
Current: The death penalty is illegal and is never to be applied.
Proposed: The death penalty is illegal and is never to be applied.
Old value:: Multiple citizenship is not allowed, the country's citizenship is exclusive.
Current: Multiple citizenship is allowed, but must be registered.
Proposed: Multiple citizenship is allowed, but must be registered.
Old value:: Police officers carry military-grade equipment.
Current: Police officers may only carry non-lethal weapons apart from specially trained firearms units.
Proposed: Police officers may only carry standard firearms apart from specially trained firearms units.
Old value:: It is at the discretion of the police officer to torture suspects for information.
Current: Torture is never allowed.
Proposed: Torture is never allowed.
Old value:: The government has the right to monitor information of individuals without letting them know.
Current: Individuals have a right to privacy, to keep records and information for themselves.
Proposed: Individuals have a right to privacy, but the courts can force individuals to give information on certain matters if needed. (also known as Habeas Data).
Old value:: Classified files are only released at the discretion of the government.
Current: Classified files are released after a set period of time provided doing so is not deemed to endanger national security.
Proposed: Classified files are released after a set period of time provided doing so is not deemed to endanger national security.
Old value:: Killing animals is illegal.
Current: Killing animals is legal but regulated.
Proposed: Killing animals is legal but regulated.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||20:17:09, June 23, 2016 CET||From||Alleanza di Centro Democratico||To||Debating the Civil Rights Enforcement Act|
|Message||We would prefer to retain the current policy on the release of classified information, but as long as there is a mechanism in place to preserve national security, we will accept the proposal. We support all of the other articles.|
|Date||21:55:50, June 23, 2016 CET||From||Alleanza Radicale - I.p.I.||To||Debating the Civil Rights Enforcement Act|
|Message||the ISP thanks the Alleanza di Centro Democratico, sure that the AdCD, at our side during the civil war, answered the call of freedom.|
|Date||18:15:25, June 24, 2016 CET||From||Partito della Rivoluzione Istaliana||To||Debating the Civil Rights Enforcement Act|
|Message||OOC: Just voting against for RP, I actually support..|
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