Bill: Peace, Justice and Solidarity
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: May 4472
|We must show solidarity with working class resistance movments around Terra and assist them in the struggle against imperialism.|
Proposal[?] to change Government policy towards giving aid to foreign countries.
Old value:: The government supplies "tied" aid to poorer nations in return for trading rights.
Current: The government gives high levels of aid to countries in need.
Proposed: The government gives high levels of aid to countries in need.
Old value:: Only refugees that are victims of extreme circumstances are welcome; they are given integration-aid.
Current: All refugees are welcome, regardless of their reason, and given aid in integrating them into the country.
Proposed: All refugees are welcome, regardless of their reason, and given aid in integrating them into the country.
Old value:: The government must approve all arms sales on a case by case basis.
Current: The government must approve all arms sales on a case by case basis.
Proposed: The government allows conventional arms to be exported freely.
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy regarding foreign embassies.
Old value:: Foreign countries may establish an embassy after obtaining approval from the Foreign Office.
Current: Any other country may establish an embassy on national soil.
Proposed: Any other country may establish an embassy on national soil.
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