Bill: Devolution of Religion Act of 4295
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: September 4295
Old value:: No state penalties are issued for blasphemy.
Current: No state penalties are issued for blasphemy.
Proposed: Local governments decide on penalties for blasphemy.
Old value:: No religions are taxed.
Current: No religions are taxed.
Proposed: Religious taxation policy is left to the local governments.
Old value:: The state does not intervene in the remuneration of ministers of religion.
Current: The state does not intervene in the remuneration of ministers of religion.
Proposed: The remuneration of ministers of religion shall be left up to the local governments.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||06:54:54, October 30, 2017 CET||From||Plaid Ffederaliaeth a Rhyddid||To||Debating the Devolution of Religion Act of 4295|
|Message||We cannot allow any government at any level to impose religious blasphemy laws, although we are open to taxation being determined by local governments.|
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