Bill: Infrastructure Revitalisation Act
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: July 4369
Old value:: The government does not take any position on nuclear power.
Current: The government encourages nuclear power (subsidies, tax relief etc).
Proposed: The government encourages nuclear power (subsidies, tax relief etc).
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy concerning the post office
Old value:: There is a nationalised post office agency. Private post offices are allowed to exist but the services provided by them are regulated.
Current: Only private post agencies exist, and the services they provide are regulated.
Proposed: Only private post agencies exist, and the services they provide are regulated.
Old value:: The government funds a program to build public works.
Current: The government contracts with private corporations to build public works.
Proposed: The government contracts with private corporations to build public works.
Proposal[?] to change Renewable energy sources (eg. solar power, wind power).
Old value:: The decision on renewable energy sources is left up to local governments.
Current: Government subsidies are provided for research and generation of energy through renewable sources.
Proposed: Government subsidies are provided for research and generation of energy through renewable sources.
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|Random fact: "Treaty-locking", or ratifiying treaties that completely or nearly completely forbid any proposals to change laws, is not allowed. Amongst other possible sanctions, Moderation reserves the discretion to delete treaties and/or subject parties to a seat reset if this is necessary in order to reverse a treaty-lock situation.|
|Random quote: "Politics is too serious a matter to be left to the politicians." - Charles de Gaulle|