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Bill: Blasphemy Act


Submitted by[?]: Beiteynu Tax Party

Status[?]: defeated

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: November 4383


We Yeudis are a religious people, and a people proud of our culture and our heritage. With this in mind, we propose this sensible blasphemy measure, if for no other reason than to bolster public order offence legislation.



These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date17:40:21, April 24, 2018 CET
FromKadima Beiteynu
ToDebating the Blasphemy Act
MessageMy party believes that we can be both a democratic state and a Yeudish state. We can achieve the latter through demographic and immigration management. However, we will certainly lose the former if we pass this bill. While we are a country for yeudis and almost entirely made up of yeudis; my party has issues with this bill. What about all the other times that other countries passed similar measures to discriminate against Yeudis? I don't think that doing it back will bring justice for anyone. My party politely will vote against this bill.

Date05:20:27, April 25, 2018 CET
FromNational Liberal Party
ToDebating the Blasphemy Act
MessageIt is the right of the individual to demonstrate their beliefs, even if they run counter to our faith. We will be voting nay, and we hope other parties will do the same.

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