Bill: Abolition of the Death Penalty
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 4049
|While this was proposed by the PRI in a previous bill, we felt that it should be raised again separately, as we are sure that there is a general consensus in support of this proposal.|
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.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||17:14:44, June 24, 2016 CET||From||Alleanza Radicale - I.p.I.||To||Debating the Abolition of the Death Penalty|
|Message||In the ISP's bill "Civil Rights Enforcement Act" there are an article for the abolition of death penalty.|
|Date||17:15:38, June 24, 2016 CET||From||Alleanza Radicale - I.p.I.||To||Debating the Abolition of the Death Penalty|
|Message||OOC: there is* sorry|
|Date||22:31:15, June 24, 2016 CET||From||Alleanza di Centro Democratico||To||Debating the Abolition of the Death Penalty|
|Message||OOC: So there is. Overlooked that bit, sorry.|
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