Bill: Police Bill
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: January 2218
|A bill that encourages the use of civilian policing.|
Proposal[?] to change The nation's policy on the separation of the police and the military.
Old value:: A civilian police force is in place, backed up by the military.
Current: A civilian police force is in place and the military may be called in to help in serious emergencies.
Proposed: A civilian police force is in place and the military may be called in to help in serious emergencies.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||10:56:30, April 20, 2006 CET||From||Social Capitalist Party||To||Debating the Police Bill|
|Message||This is a move to a less militaristic government and will still provide adequate security. The SCP supports this.|
|Date||10:59:21, April 20, 2006 CET||From||Gil's Green party||To||Debating the Police Bill|
|Message||so does GPP. We support this bill.|
|Date||15:00:43, April 21, 2006 CET||From||Lodamun Humanist Party||To||Debating the Police Bill|
|Message||We support this strongly. The military has no place in policing except when things vastly impossible for the civilian police to handle occur.|
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