Bill: Ratification of the The Exportation of Yoj Treaty
Votes: This bill proposes for the ratification of a treaty. It will require two-thirds of the legislature to vote in favor[?]. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: August 2300
|This bill asks for the ratification of the <a href="viewtreaty.php?treatyid=405">The Exportation of Yoj Treaty</a>. If this treaty is ratified, it becomes binding and will define national law. The government of Dranland has requested that we table this treaty, which would specify the illegality of exporting Yoj, which is legal as a prescribed substance, to nations in which it is banned. Since Telamon currently has laws against illegal exportation anyway, and passing this law would improve our relations with Dranland, we view it as the least we can do to improve international relations with a country that has been a staunch ally of ours for many years.|
Ratify the The Exportation of Yoj Treaty.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||02:46:51, October 18, 2006 CET||From||Catholic Workers Union||To||Debating the Ratification of the The Exportation of Yoj Treaty|
|Message||This is patently absurd. We will not dignify this Treaty with a yes or a no vote.|
|Date||11:39:34, October 18, 2006 CET||From||Telamon Royalist Party||To||Debating the Ratification of the The Exportation of Yoj Treaty|
|Message||What are your specific problems with this Treaty, may we ask?|
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