Bill: Withdrawal from Duplicate Treaties on Slavery
Votes: This bill proposes the withdrawal from a treaty. It will require half of the legislature to vote in favor[?]. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: March 4359
|Maintains our membership in the League of Anti-Slavery Nations and terminates our participation in other duplicate treaties establishing our opposition to slavery.|
Withdraw from the Anti Slavery Treaty.
Withdraw from the International Rejection of Slavery Agreement.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||07:06:26, March 06, 2018 CET||From||Progressive Conservative Party||To||Debating the Withdrawal from Duplicate Treaties on Slavery|
As part of the attempt by President Burret and his Cabinet to eliminate duplicate treaties, PCP urges withdrawal from these two anti-slavery treaties. We are already members of a superior treaty (The Anti-Slavery League of Nations), and these treaties serve no additional purpose other than meaninglessly cluttering our list of diplomatic agreements.
We would also like to note that withdrawal from these treaties has been recommended by:
President Kurt Burret
Hon. Gionata Jiang (Minister of Foreign Affairs)
Hon. Hector Santiago-DeJesus (Minister of Trade and Industry)
Juan Pablo Cabal
PCP Parliamentary Spokesperson
|Date||07:36:11, March 06, 2018 CET||From||Progressive Conservative Party||To||Debating the Withdrawal from Duplicate Treaties on Slavery|
|Message||****CORRECTION: Hon. Hector Santiago-DeJesus is the Minister of Justice NOT the Minister of Trade and Industry.****|
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