Bill: Freedom Act
Votes: This bill asks for an amendement to the Constitution. It will require two-thirds of the legislature to vote in favor. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: May 4260
Old value:: Paramilitaries are illegal and the recognized government may intervene freely to stop any possible activity.
Current: Paramilitaries are allowed with full privileges, with the right to intervene when necessary.
Proposed: Paramilitaries are allowed with full privileges, with the right to intervene when necessary.
Proposal[?] to change The nation's policy on the separation of the police and the military.
Old value:: A civilian police force is in place and the military may be called in to help in serious emergencies.
Current: The military acts as a de-facto police force, with powers of arrest.
Proposed: A civilian police force is in place, backed up by the military.
Old value:: The Head of State and Head of Government are two separate officials.
Current: The Head of State is also Head of Government.
Proposed: The Head of State is also Head of Government.
Old value:: The nation retains a full time, professional army, navy and air force.
Current: The nation retains a full time, professional army, navy and air force.
Proposed: The government assigns military control to local governments
Old value:: The government has no official policy on the use of drones and UAVs.
Current: The government approves of the usage of unarmed drones and UAVs for reconnaissance.
Proposed: The Government leaves this to the army to decide upon.
Old value:: The nation imposes no border controls on visitors.
Current: The nation imposes strict border control on visitors, with intensive security checks, to maintain law and order.
Proposed: The nation imposes oppressive border control on visitors, with invasive and harassing levels of security checks to discourage visiting the nation.
Old value:: All refugees are welcome, regardless of their reason, and given aid in integrating them into the country.
Current: Only refugees that are victims of extreme circumstances are welcome; they are given integration-aid.
Proposed: Only refugees that are victims of extreme circumstances are welcome; they are given integration-aid.
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy concerning diplomatic immunity.
Old value:: Diplomats are exempt from prosecution for criminal acts but not from civil lawsuits, but may still be expelled because of criminal acts.
Current: Diplomats are exempt from prosecution for criminal acts but not from civil lawsuits, but may still be expelled because of criminal acts.
Proposed: The government grants no diplomatic immunity and foreign diplomats are subject to arrest and prosecution and civil action under all laws of the host nation.
Old value:: Everyone is allowed to reside permanently in this nation.
Current: There are quotas based on nationality to determine how many foreigners may reside permanently in this nation.
Proposed: Quotas are based on individual applicant's qualifications.
Proposal[?] to change Government policy towards giving aid to foreign countries.
Old value:: The government gives high levels of aid to countries in need.
Current: The government only gives aid for disaster relief in foreign countries.
Proposed: The government supplies "tied" aid to poorer nations in return for trading rights.
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