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Bill: RP: Anti-Fazekas Demonstration


Submitted by[?]: Direct Democrats [KD/DD]

Status[?]: passed

Votes: This bill is a resolution. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.

Voting deadline: June 4760


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The People of the Endralonian Nation rose up against the misogynist Fazekas Olivér, the Grand Director of Prime Ministry by Ndrálon People's Party. His own party spoke against him across Ravasz Ildikó, liberal conservative PP-member.
We, the anti-misogynist demonstrators demands the resignation of Fazekas after the elections at May, 4761. Largest demonstration places and number of people:
Hugamest - 2,800,000 demonstrators;
Kundarvárós - 600,000 demonstrators;
Újmakon - 500,000 demonstrators;
Homokváros - 200,00 demonstrators.
The Boros-kind pro-abortion fraction, the Endralonian Antifa Group, the Women Medical Union, the Liberal Doctors Alliance, the Free Women Society, the Left-Wing Women Society, the Feminist Action, the Anti-Misogynist People's Club, the Red Pub, the Hugalonese Movement for Gender Equality and the Federation of Free organized the demonstrations.



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