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Bill: Progressive Conservative Party Economic Policy Agenda


Submitted by[?]: Conservative Party

Status[?]: passed

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: April 4222



This Is the Economic Agenda of the Progressive Conservative Party,Our Party Believes in a Free Market where the Government needs to interfere only when it is absolutely necessary.

Regarding Foreign Investment,We believe that current Government regulations only hinders FDI and we believe that Deregulating Foreign Investment and allowing Foreign Investors to hold a majority share is the best way to go.

When it comes To our Airports and Our TOC Policy,We Absolutely‚Äč believe that the private sector is best equipped to manage them and we believe that Government intrusion only Hinders their Efficiency.

We request all parties to state their views and also support this proposal.

Thank you,
David Clark,
Leader of the Progressive Conservatives



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