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Bill: Economic Restructuring of 4271

Details

Submitted by[?]: Demokratischen Volksforum

Status[?]: passed

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: April 4272

Description[?]:

This is the first bill created by the DVF.

The aim of this restructuring is to let the government maintain a free open market system while keeping the central bank under its control in case of a need for intervention. While we support a free market economy we think that the central bank should be controlled by the government in the event of a danger of economic collapse.

This bill will also increase the minimum wage to create a decent standard of living for family's and gives workers in vital industry's the chance to strike for at least a certain period of time.

Article 2 is included to make sure the government doesnt interfere in the free market and in private businesses and to make entrepeneurs more motivated to make strong profits to keep theyre businesses afloat.

Proposals

Debate

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Voting

Vote Seats
yes
  

Total Seats: 129

no

    Total Seats: 0

    abstain

      Total Seats: 0


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