This page contains information about the Labour Party.
This party is inactive.
This party is not part of the national cabinet.
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You can view the party's proposed bills here.
This party has to vote on the following bills:
This is the voting[?] record of the Labour Party.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|Cabinet Proposal of August 2405||August 2405||August 2405||defeated|
|International Tourism and Foreign Embassies Act 2405||June 2405||February 2406||defeated|
|Intergration Education Act||June 2405||February 2406||passed|
|Private Health Care Act||May 2405||August 2405||defeated|
|Religious Garb Act||February 2405||September 2405||passed|
|National Security Act (2405)||February 2405||September 2405||passed|
|National Identity Card Act||February 2405||September 2405||passed|
|Call for early elections, February 2405||February 2405||April 2405||passed|
|Human Dignity!||July 2404||July 2408||defeated|
|Re-education!||July 2404||August 2405||defeated|
|Pornocracy||July 2404||August 2404||defeated|
|No Forced Service||May 2404||May 2404||passed|
|No War Crimes||May 2404||May 2404||passed|
|Civil Defortification Act (2404)||January 2404||August 2404||passed|
|Judicial Reform Act (2404)||January 2404||July 2404||passed|
|Government Reform Act (2404)||January 2404||July 2404||passed|
|Abolishing Slavery||January 2404||May 2404||passed|
|Restore Basic Rights||May 2403||May 2403||passed|
|Media blackout||January 2403||July 2403||defeated|
|Cabinet Proposal of August 2402||August 2402||December 2402||passed|
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