Bill: Reinstallment of Nationalism - Recognized religions
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Voting deadline: November 4265
|This Act clarifies Lodamese Nationalism and is a guideline to recognized religions within Lodamun.|
Lodamese Nationalism has two official denominations, being:
- Karavism: the belief that a strong economy should be our priority, and that the Karavs are prophets of the economy. At the same time, Karavism endorses the idea that the economy should benefit the people.
- Fertigism: the belief that the state is the manifestation of the strength of the people, and that the state must be extremely powerful.
A third denomination, Percyism, shall at this stage not be taken under consideration.
RECOGNIZED RELIGIONS IN LODAMUN
The following religions are prohibited within Lodamun:
-religions that praise foreign nations or governments
-religions that cause or could cause a threat to the Republic
The 2 permanent tenets of Lodamese Nationalism are national unity, and the rejection of theism.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||12:59:50, August 30, 2017 CET||From||Lodamese Nationalist Committee||To||Debating the Reinstallment of Nationalism - Recognized religions|
we encourage all other parties represented in the Presidium to cooperate in making such a list. Obviously, such a list should be changeable at any time.
Minister of Education and Culture
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