Bill: Citizens Rights Protection (CRP) act Part 1 of 4660
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: September 4661
|Protecting the Social freedoms and rights of the citizens of our nation while also protecting their safety and what is best for the population. This bill will also seek to protect animals and other living creatures.|
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy concerning the pension system.
Old value:: There is a compulsory private pension system.
Current: The state operates a compulsory public system combined with an optional private pension.
Proposed: The state offers a voluntary public pension, combined with other voluntary private pensions.
Old value:: Child benefit policies are left to local governments.
Current: The state guarantees child benefit to both low-income families and large families.
Proposed: The state guarantees child benefit to all families.
Old value:: The government does not regulate rents.
Current: The government does not regulate rents.
Proposed: The government sets a cap on housing rents.
Old value:: Local governments decide on homeless shelters and reintegration projects.
Current: Local governments decide on homeless shelters and reintegration projects.
Proposed: There are government-run shelters, but these coexist with privately run shelters.
Old value:: There shall be no direct cash payments to individuals to guarantee a minimum income.
Current: All adults not supported by another person shall be guaranteed a very basic subsistence income by the government. However, the provision of this is not to exceed a certian period of time.
Proposed: All adults not supported by another person shall be guaranteed a reasonable, though not high, standard of living by the government.
Old value:: All housing is privately-owned.
Current: All housing is privately-owned.
Proposed: The state provides public housing to low-income families.
Old value:: The nation allows for imports, but imposes protectionist tariffs and quotas on all imports.
Current: The nation imposes reciprocal tariffs on imports, with no tariffs imposed on states which impose no tariffs on our exports.
Proposed: The nation allows for imports, but imposes "ethical" tariffs on nations with lower environmental and labour rights standards.
Old value:: Individuals are allowed to own firearms as long as they do not have a history of dangerous mental illness or a violent criminality.
Current: Adult individuals are allowed to own and purchase guns freely.
Proposed: Adult individuals may not own firearms unless professionally required.
Old value:: Adoption is regulated by private, recognised organisations.
Current: Adoption is regulated by the government. Applicants can adopt after a routine check-up.
Proposed: Adoption is regulated by the government. Applicants can adopt after a routine check-up.
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy concerning diplomatic immunity.
Old value:: The Government grants full diplomatic immunity and foreign diplomats are protected from arrests and prosecution from all laws and are protected from civil lawsuits, but may be expelled.
Current: The Government grants full diplomatic immunity and foreign diplomats are protected from arrests and prosecution from all laws and are protected from civil lawsuits, but may be expelled.
Proposed: Diplomats are exempt from prosecution for criminal acts but not from civil lawsuits, but may still be expelled because of criminal acts.
Proposal[?] to change Government policy on animal welfare in livestock farming.
Old value:: The government enforces moderate animal welfare standards.
Current: The government enforces religious codes for livestock farming.
Proposed: The government enforces high animal welfare standards.
Old value:: The government sets a single standard to ensure all tap water is drinkable.
Current: The government sets a range of standards dependant on water usage. (grey water regulation, etc.)
Proposed: Local government is responsible for drinking water quality regulation.
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|Date||01:15:45, November 06, 2019 CET||From||Solentian Labour Party||To||Debating the Citizens Rights Protection (CRP) act Part 1 of 4660|
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