Bill: Fair Pay 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: August 4471
|Proposals to increase the minimum wage and cap excessive pay.|
Old value:: The government has no stance on a salary cap.
Current: The government has no stance on a salary cap.
Proposed: Labour unions and organizations of employers negotiate a salary cap.
Old value:: There shall be a minimum wage at a level that a single full time worker on it can adequately subsist.
Current: There shall be a minimum wage at a level considered a "living wage," well above the poverty line for a full time worker.
Proposed: There shall be a minimum wage at a level considered a "living wage," well above the poverty line for a full time worker.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||02:13:32, October 17, 2018 CET||From||Parti Fasciste de Kanjor||To||Debating the Fair Pay Act|
|Message||Although Article 1 we can agree with, Article 2 could possibly wreck havoc on our economy!|
God Bless the Nations of Canrille
The membership of the PNAC
|Date||15:55:03, October 17, 2018 CET||From||Parti Socialiste de Canrille (PSdC)||To||Debating the Fair Pay Act|
|Message||We must side with the nationalists on this one. Article two will have drastic effects on our economy.|
Leadership of the PCdC.
|Date||16:00:33, October 17, 2018 CET||From||Parti Social-Démocrate||To||Debating the Fair Pay Act|
|Message||Shouldn't a Communist Party be far-left and therefore be the most likely to support a rise in the minimum wage? We find the PCC's argument most bizarre. Higher wages for the poor will have scores of beneficial impacts.|
Why do the Communists feel that it would "possibly wreck [sic] havoc on our economy"? Why do they side with a self-described "far-right" organisation?
|Date||18:20:59, October 17, 2018 CET||From||Parti Socialiste de Canrille (PSdC)||To||Debating the Fair Pay Act|
|Message||While minimum wage jobs are mainly based on developing experience, the PS-D has raised a fair and just point. Internal discussion within our party led to an original "slow ease-in" agreement, however we have decided to change our vote in favour of.|
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|Random fact: The players in a nation have a collective responsibility to prevent confusion by ensuring unofficial or outdated bills labelled as "Cultural Protocols" are removed from their nation page.|
|Random quote: “It is all too obvious that there are sinister clerical-communist circles who strive for establishing an egalitarian theocracy where the state and the church form a synergy of oppression and plunder." � Benji Benandez, Dranish Politician and Finance Minister|