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Bill: The maximum proposal quota a party can accumulate.

Details

Submitted by[?]: Center party

Status[?]: defeated

Votes: This bill asks for an amendement to the Constitution. It will require two-thirds of the legislature to vote in favor. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.

Voting deadline: August 4470

Description[?]:

The maximum proposal quota a party can accumulate.

Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

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Voting

Vote Seats
yes
 

Total Seats: 35

no
      

Total Seats: 427

abstain
 

Total Seats: 38


Random fact: As a general convention, players should be able to provide good reasons if they want to significantly change Cultural Protocols which are less than 30 in-game years old. Where the Cultural Protocols are more than 30 in-game years old, then a change to any of the categories by 5% or less will generally be accepted without question. If the changes proposed are between 5 and 10%, then players should be prepared for the possibility of having the changes queried. If the changes proposed are over 10%, then players should always expect to need to provide strong role-play justification for the changes. Changes of over 15% will never be accepted, unless there are exceptional circumstances where this is deemed necessary to repair a situation in which a Cultural Protocol is insufficiently accessible to players.

Random quote: "The United States is in no sense founded upon the Christian doctrine." George Washington

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