Bill: Secular consolidation of 4271
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
|This bill will do 2 things. |
1. It will secure a secular society for our great nation while at the same time.....
2. It will restore the basic rights of the native population to exercise theyre core religions and give extra priviliges to the majority religion of our native population.
This will not at all mean that the nation will become a one religion state. We will make sure that our nation stays secular and is open to all religions to be worshipped. We will only grant extra privileges for the majority religion of our native population to make sure our traditions wont be shifted to the background.
Old value:: Both private and public blasphemy are considered grave offenses, and are heavily prosecuted.
Current: No state penalties are issued for blasphemy.
Proposed: Both private and public blasphemy are considered criminal offenses.
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy with respect to prayer in schools.
Old value:: The government leaves this decision up to the schools themselves.
Current: Teacher-led prayers in schools are forbidden, except in religious schools.
Proposed: Teacher-led prayers in schools are forbidden, except in religious schools.
Old value:: There is an official state religion, and membership is mandatory.
Current: There is no official state religion, but the government only allows recognized religions. 'Cults' are persecuted.
Proposed: There is an official state religion, but membership is completely voluntary.
Old value:: Religious schools are allowed, but are strictly regulated. Only recognised religions may set up religious schools.
Current: Only recognised religions may set up religious schools, with no regulations.
Proposed: Any religion may set up a school, but they are strictly regulated.
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 requires foreign missionaries to register with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Proposed: The government requires foreign missionaries to register with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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