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Bill: OOC: Cultural Protocols (Final Version with Revisions)

Details

Submitted by[?]: Ação Progressiva

Status[?]: passed

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: September 4165

Description[?]:

About Tukarali:

Tukarali is a Portuguese-speaking country which was built and developed by immigrants from Artania, Seleya, Majatra and Dovani. In this regard, it can be considered to be a "settler nation-state" like the United States of America, Brazil, Australia and Argentina, but even more ethnically diverse. In short, the Lusitanians (Portuguese-speaking people who originated from Darnussia and its islands) moved to what is now known as Tukarali in order to flee measures taken in Darnussia to Artanianise (Germanise) the country. Fleeing persecution, the Lusitanians established the Tukarese state but quickly adopted a liberal immigration policy in order to encourage more people to arrive to develop the country. This explains the diverse ethnic composition of Tukarali.

Ethnicity:

Tukarali has a mixed-race society consisting of Brancos (Whites), Pardos (Mixed-race people), Pretos (Blacks) and Orientais (Easterners).

• Brancos (36%) ---> 36,000,000
--- Descendência Lusitâniana [Portuguese] (58%) ---> 20,880,000
--- Descendência Istaliana [Italian] (17%) ---> 6,120,000
--- Descendência Egeliana [Spanish] (9%) ---> 3,240,000
--- Descendência Canrilliana [French] (6%) ---> 2,160,000
--- Descendência Duntrekker [Afrikaaner] (5%) ---> 1,800,000
--- Descendência Valruziana [Polish] (4%) ---> 1,440,000
--- Descendência Luthoriana [English] (1%) ---> 360,000
• Pardos (25%) ---> 25,000,000
• Pretos (24%) ---> 24,000,000
--- Descendência Ibutho [Zulu] (40%) ---> 9,600,000
--- Descendência Watembo [Swahili] (37%) ---> 8,880,000
--- Descendência Kuragao [Pan-African] (13%) ---> 3,120,000
--- Descendência Asli [West African / Central African] (10%) ---> 2,400,000
• Orientais (14%) ---> 14,000,000
--- Descendência Sekowana [Japanese] (55%) ---> 7,700,000
--- Descendência Aldegarana [Iranian] (24%) ---> 3,360,000
--- Descendência Indralana [Chinese] (21%) ---> 2,940,000
• Indígena (1%) ---> 1,000,000


Language:

The official language of Tukarali is Tukarêse (Portuguese).

• Tukarêse (96%) [Portuguese]
• Istaliana (23%) [Italian]
• Luthoriana (20%) [English]
• Egeliana (12%) [Spanish]
• Ibutho (6%) [Zulu]
• Canrilliana (6%) [French]
• Watembo (6%) [Swahili]
• Sekowana (6%) [Japanese]
• Aldegarana (2%) [Persian]
• Indralana (2%) [Chinese]
• Kuragao (2%) [Pan-African languages]
• Asli (2%) [West African / Central African languages]
• Duntrekker (2%) [Afrikaans]
• Valruziana (1%) [Polish]
• Lenguas indigenas (1%) [Indigenous languages]


Religion:

• Religious Population: 77%
• Non-Religious Population: 23%

• Aurorian Patriarchal Church [Roman Catholicism] (62%)
• Inkolo Esintsundu Sizwe Syncretism [Syncretism of Terran and real world African World religions] (10%)
• Ahmadism [Islam] (7%)
• Ameliorate Church of Saridan [Reformed Calvinism] (6%)
• Kamism [Shinto] (6%)
• Kanzo [Monotheistic Tukarese Religion] (2%)
• Yazdism [Zoroastrianism] (2%)
• Guidao/Jienism [Chinese folk religion and Confucianim] (2%)
• Daenism [Buddhism] 2%
• Indigenous beliefs (1%)


Guidelines:

• The names of political parties should be in Portuguese
• The names of vast majority of characters/'candidates'/politicians should be Portuguese
• A small number of Portuguese names mixed with Italian/African/Japanese/Iranian/Chinese/French/Afrikaaner/English first or surnames may be permitted, but it is suggested these are mixed with Portuguese forenames or surnames


Important Links:

Cultural Protocols bill passed:
Game Rules:http://forum.particracy.net/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=6363
Cultural Protocols Index:http://forum.particracy.net/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=6365
Forum:http://forum.particracy.net/

Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date00:47:10, February 12, 2017 CET
FromAção Progressiva
ToDebating the OOC: Cultural Protocols (Final Version with Revisions)
MessageOOC: The religious composition should now add up to 100%, rather than 102% (lol). The short description of the country has been revised and corrected. Also, for the UDT, I removed any direct suggestion that Tukarali is the game's version of Brazil (even though it seems that it is, nonetheless). The previous versions have been effectively accepted by Moderation - this version is simply a finaly confirmation without any mistakes (hopefully!).

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Voting

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Total Seats: 146

no

    Total Seats: 0

    abstain
     

    Total Seats: 29


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