Bill: Religious Reforms
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 4350
Old value:: Public blasphemy is considered a criminal offense.
Current: No state penalties are issued for blasphemy.
Proposed: Both private and public blasphemy are considered grave offenses, and are heavily prosecuted.
Proposal[?] to change The state's intervention in the appointment of ministers of religion.
Old value:: The state does not intervene in the appointment of ministers of any religion whatsoever.
Current: The state appoints all heads and other ministers of all religions.
Proposed: The state appoints all heads and other ministers of all religions.
Old value:: There are no laws regulating the wearing of religious clothing and the wearing of religious symbols.
Current: There are no laws regulating the wearing of religious clothing and the wearing of religious symbols.
Proposed: People are required to dress according to religious codes
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy with respect to prayer in schools.
Old value:: Teacher-led prayers in schools are forbidden.
Current: Teacher-led prayers in schools are forbidden.
Proposed: Teacher-led prayers are mandatory in schools.
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