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Bill: F-143: Denationalization & Economic Freedom Act

Details

Submitted by[?]: Federalist Party of Hutori

Status[?]: passed

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: December 4415

Description[?]:

This bill seeks to undo the damaged caused by government interference into industry. It seeks to remove the nationalization of the telephone industry while still providing access to those who are low-income. It seeks to provide freedom for corporations to remunerate their employees as they see fit. And it seeks to remove the nationalization of the prostitution industry.

Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date19:14:46, June 26, 2018 CET
FromFederalist Party of Hutori
ToDebating the F-143: Denationalization & Economic Freedom Act
MessageMr. Speaker,

We hereby open this bill to debate.

Jeffery Rawson
Federalist Parliament Leader

Date20:16:08, June 26, 2018 CET
FromNew Liberal Party of Hutori
ToDebating the F-143: Denationalization & Economic Freedom Act
MessageMr. Speaker,

What is there to say? The Federalists continue to attack the most vulnerable of our citizens. Nothing in this bill makes people's lives better. We will vote against it.

Rebecca Doyle
MP for Prosperity Cove
Parliamentary Leader of the New Liberals

Date20:31:33, June 26, 2018 CET
FromFederalist Party of Hutori
ToDebating the F-143: Denationalization & Economic Freedom Act
MessageMr. Speaker,

The NLP continues to make assertions with no statistical or logical backing. How does cheaper services constitute attacking the most vulnerable? How does greater employment adversely affect the most vulnerable? Cheaper services and more money in the hands of the average consumer, hmm it seems like the NLP is fear-mongering once again.

Jeffery Rawson
Federalist Parliament Leader

Date21:42:15, June 26, 2018 CET
From Scientian Enclave
ToDebating the F-143: Denationalization & Economic Freedom Act
MessageMr. Speaker,

The Scientians support articles 3 (phone service reform) and 4 (prostitution reform). However the Scientians do not support ending tripartism for salary caps. We may support article 1 (nation's power grid) if it is changed to "each region owns and maintains its own power grid".

- Ambassador Norbert Lowell of the Scientian Enclave

Date21:44:40, June 26, 2018 CET
FromFederalist Party of Hutori
ToDebating the F-143: Denationalization & Economic Freedom Act
MessageMr. Speaker,

We ask of the Scientian Enclave as to why they don't support article 2? Isn't remuneration supposed to be between the employer and the employed? What use is there of setting a salary cap other than to hinder ambition and innovation?

Jeffery Rawson
Federalist Parliament Leader

Date21:59:30, June 26, 2018 CET
From Scientian Enclave
ToDebating the F-143: Denationalization & Economic Freedom Act
MessageMr. Speaker,

The present policy already delegates this process between workers and employers. Salary caps can serve to ensure individuals are not excessively compensated when others have not seen improvements to their living standards. We agree however that this is not always appropriate and thus support the delegation of this to worker and employer organizations.

- Ambassador Norbert Lowell of the Scientian Enclave

Date22:01:47, June 26, 2018 CET
FromFederalist Party of Hutori
ToDebating the F-143: Denationalization & Economic Freedom Act
MessageMr. Speaker,

We will take it under advisement to potentially remove article 2 before moving this proposal to vote.

Jeffery Rawson
Federalist Parliament Leader

Date23:19:02, June 26, 2018 CET
FromConservative Party of Hutori
ToDebating the F-143: Denationalization & Economic Freedom Act
MessageMr Speaker,

While we would like to see article 2 be left in place, we would not oppose the bill if it were removed.

Brett Martin
MP for Wrightstown
Chancellor of the Commonwealth of Hutori

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Voting

Vote Seats
yes
    

Total Seats: 197

no
  

Total Seats: 152

abstain
  

Total Seats: 56


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