Bill: National Administrative Reform Act
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: December 4271
|Act to reform government administration|
Proposal[?] to change The salaries of members of parliament and/or government.
Old value:: Members of parliament and/or government are entitled to a comparatively large salary.
Current: Members of parliament and/or government are entitled to a comparatively average salary.
Proposed: Members of parliament and/or government are entitled to a comparatively average salary.
Old value:: All candidates receive public funds but are not allowed to accept donations.
Current: Campaigns are never publicly financed.
Proposed: Candidates that accept public funds cannot accept donations.
Old value:: Citizens are not issued with identity cards.
Current: All citizens are issued with identity cards and are required to carry them at all times.
Proposed: All citizens are issued with identity cards but are not required to carry them.
Old value:: The government does not require nationals to register their race or religion.
Current: All nationals are required to register their race and religion.
Proposed: All nationals are required to register their race and religion.
Old value:: No titles of nobility are granted or recognised, their use is forbidden.
Current: Titles of nobility may be granted by the government and any other political body designated by it.
Proposed: Titles of nobility are not granted, but their use is not forbidden.
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