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Bill: (OOC) RP Laws


Submitted by[?]: Hobratsuri Traditisionalisturi Partia

Status[?]: debate

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


Please reference the following to keep track of what RP laws have been passed in Hobrazia. Unless otherwise noted, these are voluntary and non-binding - you don't have to consider these, but your gameplay will be more engaging and interesting if you do! If you want to contravene a law, please repeal it first.

Never Again Act (bans Fascism):

Formation of the Hobrazian Development Corporation:

National Security Act (sets policy concerning Hobrazia's relationship to Malivia, including citizenship and travel between the two nations):

Samep'o Accords (establishes power sharing between religious communities and creates a ceremonial monarchy)

Syldavian Language Act (requires high school graduates to demonstrate proficiency in the Syldavian language)

Origins Act (bans the teaching of evolution in public schools)

REPEALED LAWS (Retained for historical purposes):
Patarava Act (establishes rules concerning the state religion) - REPEALED by the Samep'o Accords:



These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

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Random fact: The people in your nation don't like inactive parties. When you often abstain from voting for a bill, they will dislike your party and your visibility to the electorate will decrease significantly. Low visibility will means you are likely to lose seats. So keep in mind: voting Yes or No is always better than Abstaining.

Random quote: "The one bonus of not lifting the ban on gays in the military is that the next time the government mandates a draft we can all declare homosexuality instead of running off to Canada." - Lorne Bloch

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