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Bill: 2nd radio act


Submitted by[?]: Equality and Freedom party of Aloria

Status[?]: debate

Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.


The first bill is going to fail I have come to accept that but I'm feel people do not truly understand the idea behind the bill so in this bill we will provide more details on what exactly the bill is. The bill is mostly meant to provide a informative radio station controlled by the government so in the case of danger a person can tune into this raidio station to get updates about the natural disaster or whatever danger they are in while yes a regular owner of a raidio station could do this they probaly could not get the information that we could get on the situation. Note: all radio stations will stay as private enterprise except for this government informative one.



These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date22:22:38, September 12, 2017 CET
FromEquality and Freedom party of Aloria
ToDebating the 2nd radio act
MessageThis bill will be in debate for 1 day the I'm making people vote

Date22:38:39, September 12, 2017 CET
FromParti Libertaraidd Newydd (PLN/NLP)
ToDebating the 2nd radio act
MessageThe thing is that private radio stations make money by giving people what they want to hear. The fact is that people want to know if a major disaster is going on, and therefore private companies will give that to them. To have a government subsidised radio station is dangerous as it introduces the possibility of biased. It also takes out competition in the market. We understand the sentiment behind your proposal, however we cannot support it, even in its new guise.

Llachu Greenway
Leader of the CDR/LDA

Date04:00:06, September 13, 2017 CET
FromPlaid Ffederaliaeth a Rhyddid
ToDebating the 2nd radio act
MessageA law mandating that private stations must air government broadcasts in time of emergency should suffice.

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