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Bill: Justice Reform

Details

Submitted by[?]: Revolutionary Students' Front

Status[?]: defeated

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

Description[?]:

The RSF calls for a reform in the Justice laws.

Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date21:19:44, September 12, 2017 CET
From Parti Libertaraidd Newydd (PLN/NLP)
ToDebating the Justice Reform
MessageWe accept that current legislation regarding powers of the police are not up to scratch, and that coherency in police powers should be a must. We are also rather equivocal about Parliamentary privilege, and do not hold a particular view on the matter. However, we cannot accept that all defendants are given free legal aid.

Now the CDR/LDA accepts that the quality of the lawyer is important, and that prejudices against those who cannot afford a good one can result in an unproportional amount of criminals being poor. For this reason, we would back legal representation to be given to those on low incomes. But to spend money on all people would be a waste of resources, and not worth the cost. Let us remember that a lot of people in these positions have just broken our laws.

Emelie Reinhard
Justice Spokesperson for the CDR/LDA

Date21:50:09, September 12, 2017 CET
FromAFP - Plaid Rhyddid Alorianaidd
ToDebating the Justice Reform
MessageThe AFP would support a bill providing assistance to low income defendants. However, we simple cannot accept the removal of police powers from local governments or the removal of the right of members of the Senate to speak their minds.

Date22:03:58, September 12, 2017 CET
FromEquality and Freedom party of Aloria
ToDebating the Justice Reform
MessageThe EFP has to say no, we think this bill doesn't fit our leftist ideals

Date00:03:45, September 13, 2017 CET
From Alorian Libertarian Party
ToDebating the Justice Reform
MessageWe support this bill.

Gerald Wehnert
ALP Leader

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Voting

Vote Seats
yes
   

Total Seats: 158

no
     

Total Seats: 277

abstain
 

Total Seats: 110


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