Main | About | Tutorial | FAQ | Links | Wiki | Forum | World News | World Map | World Ranking | Nations | Electoral Calendar | Party Organizations | Treaties |
Login | Register |
Game Time: January 4277
Next month in: 02:36:35
Server time: 05:23:24, September 24, 2017 CET
Currently online (2): SlavaDavo | Zeppelin | Record: 63 on 23:28:53, August 06, 2007 CET

Bill: National Flag Bill


Submitted by[?]: Lodamese Nationalist Committee

Status[?]: defeated

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: November 4265


LNC proposes to reinstall a former flag as national flag.



These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date12:16:55, August 31, 2017 CET
From Green Capitalist Party of Lodamun
ToDebating the National Flag Bill
MessageMr. Speaker,

The GCPoL will not support this proposal. We much prefer the current flag.

Justin Kelsey,
Deputy Chairman of the GCPoL

Date16:36:07, August 31, 2017 CET
FromLodamese Nationalist Committee
ToDebating the National Flag Bill
MessageMr. Speaker,

one could say that this proposal is based on the current flag. Or is it the other way around?
We understand it might be difficult to change one's flag, but in our defense: this used to be the flag of our glorious nation. This was the flag that was introduced with the Principal Republic in the 36th century. The Principal Republic introduced the political system we know now, with the President chosen by the Presidium.

Maxence Dubach
Minister of Education and Culture

subscribe to this discussion - unsubscribe


Vote Seats

Total Seats: 358


Total Seats: 241


Total Seats: 0

Random fact: Particracy does not allow role-play that seems to belong to the world of fantasy, science fiction and futuristic speculation.

Random quote: "[The Constitution preserves] the advantage of being armed which Americans possess over the people of almost every other nation...[where] the governments are afraid to trust the people with arms." James Madison

This page was generated with PHP
Copyright 2004-2010 Wouter Lievens
Queries performed: 45