Bill: the Fourth Imperial Proclamation
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: March 4265
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Old value:: No state penalties are issued for blasphemy.
Current: No state penalties are issued for blasphemy.
Proposed: Both private and public blasphemy are considered grave offenses, and are heavily prosecuted.
Proposal[?] to change Government policy concerning the visitation of foreign missionaries.
Old value:: The government has no policy concerning the visitation of foreign missionaries.
Current: The government has no policy concerning the visitation of foreign missionaries.
Proposed: Foreign missionaries are not permitted to enter the nation.
Old value:: Public officials are not allowed to wear religious symbols while exercising their duties.
Current: Public officials are not allowed to wear religious symbols while exercising their duties.
Proposed: People are required to dress according to religious codes
Old value:: Any religion may set up a school, but they are strictly regulated.
Current: Any religion may set up a school, but they are strictly regulated.
Proposed: All schools are required to be religious in nature.
Old value:: There is no government policy concerning a state religion.
Current: There is no government policy concerning a state religion.
Proposed: There is an official state religion, and membership is mandatory.
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|Date||01:41:03, August 28, 2017 CET||From||Progressive Partia of Hobrazia||To||Debating the the Fourth Imperial Proclamation|
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