Bill: Political Education in the Classroom, July 4847
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: June 4848
|Removes government intervention of political education in institutions.|
Old value:: The Government does not require secondary school students to receive a political education, but actively encourages it.
Current: The Government has no specific policy on political education.
Proposed: The Government has no specific policy on political education.
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|Random fact: You can view helpful ideological statistics about the regions in your nation on the region pages. You can also view detailed political opinions and the importance of them there as well.|
|Random quote: "It is obvious that the laissez-faire ideology represents the interests of big business. For decades, the right-wing has opposed welfare programs and nationalised companies, in favour of big business disguised under 'economic liberty'." - Cecilia Xu, former Gaduri politician|