Bill: Sovereign Diplomacy Act 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: January 4272
Old value:: The nation imposes no border controls on visitors.
Current: The nation imposes strict border control on visitors, with intensive security checks, to maintain law and order.
Proposed: The nation imposes strict border control on visitors, with intensive security checks, to maintain law and order.
Old value:: All refugees are welcome, regardless of their reason, and given aid in integrating them into the country.
Current: Only refugees that are victims of extreme circumstances are welcome; they are given integration-aid.
Proposed: Only refugees that are victims of extreme circumstances are welcome; they are given integration-aid.
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy concerning diplomatic immunity.
Old value:: The government grants no diplomatic immunity and foreign diplomats are subject to arrest and prosecution and civil action under all laws of the host nation.
Current: Diplomats are exempt from prosecution for criminal acts but not from civil lawsuits, but may still be expelled because of criminal acts.
Proposed: Diplomats are exempt from prosecution for criminal acts but not from civil lawsuits, but may still be expelled because of criminal acts.
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy regarding foreign embassies.
Old value:: Any other country may establish an embassy on national soil.
Current: Foreign countries may establish an embassy after obtaining approval from the Foreign Office.
Proposed: Foreign countries may establish an embassy after obtaining approval from the Foreign Office.
Old value:: Everyone is allowed to reside permanently in this nation.
Current: Quotas are based on individual applicant's qualifications.
Proposed: No foreigners are permitted to reside permanently in this nation.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||22:13:57, September 12, 2017 CET||From||Labor Party||To||Debating the Sovereign Diplomacy Act of 4271|
|Message||We URGE a NO vote on this legislation. |
President Banuelos II
|Date||22:32:55, September 12, 2017 CET||From||Parti Libertaraidd Newydd (PLN/NLP)||To||Debating the Sovereign Diplomacy Act of 4271|
|Message||We would back this bill were it not for Article 3 which is an absolute no go if we want a fully functioning democracy. Yes we need regulation on immigration, but to shut it down completely is detrimental to our economy.|
|Date||00:13:21, September 13, 2017 CET||From||Libertarian Party||To||Debating the Sovereign Diplomacy Act of 4271|
|Message||Like the CDR, we do not support Article 3. To stop all immigration to Aloria would damage the economy, damage international relations and damage the prospects of people who would contribute to this country but would be stopped from doing so because of this bill. We have always been the party that believes in sensible, firm and fair immigration controls. The insanely high levels of immigraton Aloria is currently experiencing, and has experienced for many years under the rule of the Labor Party, is unacceptable. It is pushing down wages, putting pressure on public services and causing segregation of communities. Therefore, we have decided we will vote in favour of this bill, with the aim of amending immigration laws in the near future. We hope other parties will do the same to help stop uncontrolled, mass immigration.|
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