First Hosianism Party[?]
This page contains information about the First Hosianism 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 First Hosianism Party.
|Bill||Created||Voting started||Vote||Bill Status||Result|
|No nukes bill 2||February 2468||July 2469||defeated|
|No nukes bill||February 2468||February 2468||defeated|
|Senate Resolution 35: Public Indecency Law||October 2467||October 2467||passed|
|Senate Resolution 34: Common Revisions Law||October 2467||October 2467||passed|
|Media content regulation.||February 2467||February 2467||defeated|
|Supreme Presidential Cabinet 2465 - 2468||July 2466||July 2466||defeated|
|Supreme Presidential Cabinet 2465 - 2468||March 2466||March 2466||defeated|
|The regulation of higher education||July 2465||January 2466||defeated|
|Government policy toward marriage.||January 2465||January 2465||passed|
|Senate Resolution 33: National Health Re-evaluation Amendments||August 2464||August 2464||defeated|
|Separation between State and religion bill||January 2464||October 2467||defeated|
|Reciprocal commerce tariffs bill||January 2464||August 2464||passed|
|the "raised right" bill||August 2463||September 2463||defeated|
|allied weapon export bill||August 2463||September 2463||passed|
|border control act||April 2463||September 2463||defeated|
|Governmental Policy of Adoption||January 2463||February 2463||defeated|
|Higher Education Bill||August 2462||November 2462||passed|
|Abolition of Torture||January 2462||January 2462||passed|
|Restoration of Democracy||June 2461||October 2461||defeated|
|Legalisation of Abortions||June 2461||August 2461||defeated|
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