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Bill: Military Strength Act


Submitted by[?]: Nationale Sozialistische Volkspartei

Status[?]: defeated

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: September 4101


A bill to increase the capablities of the military and the size of it.



These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date21:03:49, October 06, 2016 CET
FromNationale Sozialistische Volkspartei
ToDebating the Military Strength Act
MessageWe think this will strengthen our unity by letting all our minorities and majority's come together in national service and by giving us the ability to retailiate with force where needed.

Volks Generall Peter Answig


Date21:37:56, October 06, 2016 CET
FromEin Reich - Linksliberaler Flügel
ToDebating the Military Strength Act
MessageA retaliation strike is a cowardish option. We should be able to use our arsenal whenever we want to.

Jürgen Dallor
Führer of the DDP

Date22:05:14, October 06, 2016 CET
FromNationale Sozialistische Volkspartei
ToDebating the Military Strength Act
MessageWhy is the current law saying we cant do anything then?
Couldnt your government have changed it earlier then?
Vote for it now and we will change it up to full scale ability later.

Volks Generaal Peter Answig,


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