Bill: Liberalizzazione economica - I, 2244
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: December 2244
|Nuova politica economica, secondo l'ultima riunione post-elettorale.|
Old value:: All power stations are publicly owned.
Current: Private power stations provide energy for the entire power grid.
Proposed: Private power stations provide energy for the entire power grid.
Old value:: The national grid is fully owned by the state.
Current: Multiple private companies each own and maintain sections of the national power grid.
Proposed: A single private company owns and maintains the national power grid.
Old value:: Energy is provided by nationalised companies.
Current: Energy is provided by private, unregulated companies but subsidies are given to those on a low income.
Proposed: Energy is provided by private companies but the prices they can charge are regulated.
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy regarding foreign investments.
Old value:: Foreign investors may invest in national companies, but may not get a majority share.
Current: Foreign investors may freely invest in national companies.
Proposed: Foreign investors may freely invest in national companies.
Old value:: Local governments are required to operate forestry agencies, which own and manage all forest land.
Current: Local governments may set up forestry agencies. Where they do not, forestry is on a commercial basis.
Proposed: There is a national agency which exists side-by-side with commercial forestry companies.
Old value:: Health care is entirely public and free; private clinics are banned.
Current: There is a public health care system, but private clinics are allowed.
Proposed: There is a free public health care system and a small number of private clinics, which are heavily regulated to ensure they treat their patients well and provide good care.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||12:39:26, June 23, 2006 CET||From||Partito Libertario||To||Debating the Liberalizzazione economica - I, 2244|
|Message||Ovviamente sono d'accordo, e sono felice dei compromessi che PSQ sta proponendo su privatizzazione/nazionalizzazione...tuttavia vorrei indicare che per la proposta numero due, "A single private company owns and mantains the national power grid." è molto a rischio per il fatto di trust(monopolio), anche perchè non vi è regolazione di questa singola compagnia da parte dello stato, e per questo io ho sempre proposto l'opzione di multiple compagnie private, che almeno si regolano per mezzo della legge di mercato(concorrenza,competitività eccetra).|
|Date||12:12:05, June 25, 2006 CET||From||Partito Social-Liberista Istaliano||To||Debating the Liberalizzazione economica - I, 2244|
|Message||Non siamo così d'accordo. Infatti lo spezzettamento della rete nazionale in varie società può portare ad una diseguaglianza di servizio a livello nazionale, come anche una più difficile risoluzione dei guasti. Perciò crediamo che a manutenzione e la gestione della rete debba essere data solo ad una società, mediante licenza.|
|Date||19:07:42, June 25, 2006 CET||From||Partito Borisista Istaliano - S.I.||To||Debating the Liberalizzazione economica - I, 2244|
|Message||Contrari a queste poltiche ultracapitaliste che mettono a rischio i diritti dei cittadini più poveri e servizi basilari come l'energia.|
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