Bill: Military Reform Act
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: March 2243
|A bill to render the armed forces of Jakania less aggressive.|
Old value:: The nation reserves the right to use chemical or biological weapons in warfare for any reason.
Current: The nation shall never use chemical or biological weaponry in warfare.
Proposed: The nation shall never use chemical or biological weapons in warfare unless another nation uses them first.
Old value:: The nation reserves the right to use nuclear weapons in warfare for any reason.
Current: The nation reserves the right to use nuclear weapons if victory is not feasibile by other means.
Proposed: The nation shall never use nuclear weapons in warfare unless another nation uses them first.
Old value:: The nation reserves the right to develop, produce and store nuclear arms.
Current: The nation reserves the right to develop, produce and store nuclear arms.
Proposed: The nation shall never produce or store nuclear weaponry for military purposes. Research and development of the technology is permitted.
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy regarding the treatment of prisoners of war.
Old value:: Prisoners of war may be mistreated without legal sanction.
Current: Prisoners of war are treated according to the national laws of the captor power.
Proposed: Prisoners of war must be treated well, according to internationally-accepted standards.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||22:43:18, June 16, 2006 CET||From||Jakania Union Party||To||Debating the Military Reform Act|
|Message||We're supportive of the "no first use" policy, but the other articles give us pause.|
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|Random fact: References to prominent real-life persons are not allowed. This includes references to philosophies featuring the name of a real-life person (eg. "Marxism", "Thatcherism", "Keynesianism").|
|Random quote: “Where would the weapons and equipment come from once you've banned the defence industry? Will we be defended by all your hippy people hurling potatoes and cabbages?” � Margaret Woodhall, Prime Minister of Dranland|