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Bill: Budget proposal of August 4261

Details

Submitted by[?]: Ulusal Liberal Parti

Status[?]: defeated

Votes: This bill proposes to change the allocation of funds in the budget. It requires more than half of the legislature to vote yes. This bill will pass as soon as the required yes votes are in, or will be defeated if unsufficient votes are reached on the deadline.

Voting deadline: April 4262

Description[?]:

The Ulusal Liberal Parti propose to adjust the government's spending budget to better address the economic and social situation of the Büyük Cakan Cumhuriyeti (Jakania).

With the privatizations of health, education and industry a smaller proportion of the government's budget can be allocated there. And with the current unstable and hostile situation throughout central Majatra, our military forces need to be better equipped and supplied.

Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

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Voting

Vote Seats
yes
 

Total Seats: 224

no
 

Total Seats: 80

abstain
  

Total Seats: 164


Random fact: In cases where a party has no seat, the default presumption should be that the party is able to contribute to debates in the legislature due to one of its members winning a seat at a by-election. However, players may collectively improvise arrangements of their own to provide a satisfying explanation for how parties with no seats in the legislature can speak and vote there.

Random quote: "Even when laws have been written down, they ought not always to remain unaltered." - Aristotle

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