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HiHo ChiRho
Oct 23, 2010

Then you remember. You have a message to send.

Something everyone must know.

You have the power. You have the means.

Let it be known.




tatankatonk posted:

Indeed it does. Anyway, good luck in Opal.

Thanks for confirming that I waited the appropriate amount of time before moving. Sorry to see others who can't. Sad!

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sniper4625
Sep 26, 2009

Loyal to the End


If our new Ministerial friend wishes to join us in Sard, I look forward to welcoming him to the capital. Not all of us have a private rural fiefdom to rule, the vast Peoples Assembly of Sard welcomes all who wish to strive dilligently and honestly to improve the lives of Sardines.

tatankatonk
Nov 4, 2011

Pitching is the art of instilling fear.




To: Director of the Division of Citizen Records, Ministry of the Interior
From: Office of the Minister of Finance



Could you please send a copy of the detailed census data for Sard to my office at your earliest convenience? Thank you.

AFancyQuestionMark
Feb 19, 2017


Arms and Military Equipment Manufacturing Overview (March 3063):

Following recent legislation, all weapon and equipment manufacturing facilities previously under SDF control were transferred over to the direct control of the Ministry of Defence. As per the Minister’s directives, the overall executive structure has been overhauled and personnel in management positions and senior roles are in the process of being replaced. This process is slated to be complete by the 5th of April 3063.

The SDF itself had only recently concluded a major overhaul of the manufacturing process, aimed at significantly reducing waste and theft, which used to run rampant in their facilities before the revolution. As part of that, new regulations and record-keeping systems were introduced across all facilities, greatly improving both efficiency and monitoring. A fully centralized inventory of all parts and items produced allows project leads, Plant Managers and Ministry officials to easily keep track of current output and directly manage the production lines. All facilities are currently operating in accordance with previously established production targets set while still under SDF control.

The present distribution of the manufacturing facilities is as follows:

* SDF Base A – Five multi-purpose factories, producing personal protective equipment, ground vehicle parts, missiles and small arms. Currently working at roughly 75% capacity, easily meeting demand. Operating and production costs are about 850,000 NSC per month.

* SDF Base B – One factory, producing replacement parts for orbital delivery and spaceflight, operating at 15% capacity. Operating and production costs are about 43,000 NSC per month.

* SDF Base C – Two specialized factories, producing reconnaissance drones and Autonomous Aerial Delivery Systems. Operating at 90% capacity. Operating and production costs are about 200,000 NSC per month.

* Topaz – One factory, producing specialize electronics. Operating at 70% capacity. Operating and production costs are about 120,000 NSC per month.

* Amber – Three factories, producing networking equipment and Complex Systems. Operating at 55% capacity. Operating and production costs are about 360,000 NSC per month.

AFancyQuestionMark fucked around with this message at Oct 16, 2018 around 11:36

AFancyQuestionMark
Feb 19, 2017


March 3063 Parliament Votes:

Proposals under consideration:

1. Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for the Peace and Justice Commission.

2. Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for the Peace and Justice Commission.

3. Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for the Bureau of Labor.

4. Infrastructure Funding Release, submitted by Minister of Infrastructure Luxemburg.

5. Emergency Nationalization Act, submitted by Minister of Infrastructure Luxemburg.

6. Immigration Promotion Act, submitted by Minister of Finance and Foreign Affairs Denver Axo.

7. Ratifying the Maat Accord, negotiated with the Kingdom of Hesperides.

8. Common Seats Constitutional Amendment, submitted by Minister of Finance and Foreign Affairs Denver Axo.

9. Economic Direction Committee Act, submitted by Minister of Finance and Foreign Affairs Denver Axo.

10. Restroom Access Act, submitted by MP Shazia Hassan.

11. Court Protection Officer Act, submitted by Minister of Interior Saint-Just.

12. Witness Protection Act, submitted by Minister of Interior Saint-Just.

13. Ratifying the Osiris Accord, negotiated with the Republic of New Frontiers.

14. Anthem Selection Act, submitted by Minister of Finance and Foreign Affairs Denver Axo.

Party Breakdown:

* SRLF:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 25
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Support 0, Abstain 25, Oppose 0
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Restroom Access Act - Support 10, Abstain 15, Oppose 0
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Witness Protection Act - Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Anthem Selection Act - Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0

* SDU:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support 18, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Support 18, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Restroom Access Act - Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Witness Protection Act - Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Anthem Selection Act - Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0

*SnnSP:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Support 0, Abstain 7, Oppose 0
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support 0, Abstain 7, Oppose 0
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support 0, Abstain 7, Oppose 0
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support 0, Abstain 7, Oppose 0
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Support 0, Abstain 7, Oppose 0
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support 0, Abstain 7, Oppose 0
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support 0, Abstain 7, Oppose 0
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Support 6, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Support 0, Abstain 7, Oppose 0
## Restroom Access Act - Support 0, Abstain 7, Oppose 0
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support 6, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Witness Protection Act - Support 6, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support 0, Abstain 7, Oppose 0
## Anthem Selection Act - Support 0, Abstain 7, Oppose 0

* FDG:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Support 0, Abstain 5, Oppose 0
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support 5, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support 5, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support 5, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 5
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support 5, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support 5, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 5
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 5
## Restroom Access Act - Support 0, Abstain 5, Oppose 0
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support 5, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Witness Protection Act - Support 5, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support 5, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Anthem Selection Act - Support 5, Abstain 0, Oppose 0

* UCS:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 2
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support 2, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support 2, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support 2, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 2
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support 2, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support 2, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 2
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Support 2, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Restroom Access Act - Support 0, Abstain 2, Oppose 0
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support 2, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Witness Protection Act - Support 2, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support 2, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Anthem Selection Act - Support 2, Abstain 0, Oppose 0

* DAL:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Restroom Access Act - Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Witness Protection Act - Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Anthem Selection Act - Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0

* Dawn:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 1
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Restroom Access Act - Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Witness Protection Act - Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Anthem Selection Act - Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0

Guardian Council Appointments:

* Vera Albright:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Support
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Oppose
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Abstain
## Restroom Access Act - Support
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support
## Anthem Selection Act – Support

* Thomas Gill:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Oppose
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Oppose
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Oppose
## Restroom Access Act - Abstain
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support
## Anthem Selection Act – Support

* Frank Probst:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Oppose
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Oppose
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Oppose
## Restroom Access Act - Abstain
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support
## Anthem Selection Act – Support

* Lucia Caldera:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Support
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Oppose
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Abstain
## Restroom Access Act - Support
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support
## Anthem Selection Act – Support

* Sander Hansen:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Abstain
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Abstain
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Abstain
## Immigration Promotion Act – Abstain
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Abstain
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Support
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Abstain
## Restroom Access Act - Abstain
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Abstain
## Anthem Selection Act – Abstain

* Lisa Wyatt:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Oppose
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Oppose
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Oppose
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Support
## Restroom Access Act - Abstain
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support
## Anthem Selection Act – Support

* William Viner:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Oppose
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Abstain
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Abstain
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Abstain
## Immigration Promotion Act – Abstain
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Abstain
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Oppose
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Abstain
## Restroom Access Act - Abstain
## Court Protection Officer Act - Abstain
## Witness Protection Act - Abstain
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Abstain
## Anthem Selection Act – Abstain

* Roger Rockwell:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Support
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Oppose
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Abstain
## Restroom Access Act - Support
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support
## Anthem Selection Act – Support

* Janet Oliphant:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Oppose
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Oppose
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Oppose
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Support
## Restroom Access Act - Abstain
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support
## Anthem Selection Act – Support

* Silvia Collins:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Oppose
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Oppose
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Oppose
## Restroom Access Act - Abstain
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support
## Anthem Selection Act – Support

* Rachel Hoffman:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Abstain
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Abstain
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Abstain
## Immigration Promotion Act – Abstain
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Abstain
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Oppose
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Abstain
## Restroom Access Act - Abstain
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Abstain
## Anthem Selection Act – Abstain

* Paul Thiede:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Oppose
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Abstain
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Abstain
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Abstain
## Immigration Promotion Act – Abstain
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Abstain
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Oppose
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Abstain
## Restroom Access Act - Abstain
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Abstain
## Anthem Selection Act – Abstain

* Della Jalbert:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Abstain
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Abstain
## Immigration Promotion Act – Abstain
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Abstain
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Oppose
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Abstain
## Restroom Access Act - Support
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Abstain
## Anthem Selection Act – Abstain

* Sofia Juhl:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Oppose
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Oppose
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Oppose
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Support
## Restroom Access Act - Abstain
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support
## Anthem Selection Act – Support

* Jade Ross:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Oppose
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Oppose
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Oppose
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Support
## Restroom Access Act - Abstain
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support
## Anthem Selection Act – Support

Citizen Seats:

* Steve Carlsburg
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Abstain
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Abstain
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Abstain
## Immigration Promotion Act – Abstain
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Abstain
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Abstain
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Abstain
## Restroom Access Act - Abstain
## Court Protection Officer Act - Abstain
## Witness Protection Act - Abstain
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Abstain
## Anthem Selection Act – Abstain

* Jessica Ramsey:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Support
## Immigration Promotion Act – Oppose
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Support
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Support
## Restroom Access Act - Support
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support
## Anthem Selection Act – Support

* Susanne Brandt:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Oppose
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Abstain
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Abstain
## Immigration Promotion Act – Abstain
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Abstain
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Abstain
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Oppose
## Restroom Access Act - Oppose
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support
## Anthem Selection Act – Support

* Autumn Black:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Abstain
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Abstain
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Abstain
## Immigration Promotion Act – Abstain
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Abstain
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Abstain
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Abstain
## Restroom Access Act - Abstain
## Court Protection Officer Act - Abstain
## Witness Protection Act - Abstain
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Abstain
## Anthem Selection Act – Abstain

* Grace Wright:
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Oppose
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Abstain
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Support
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Oppose
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Support
## Restroom Access Act - Abstain
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support
## Witness Protection Act - Support
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support
## Anthem Selection Act – Support

Overall:

## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nominations for PJC – Support 48, Abstain 23, Oppose 9
## Justice Minister Frederick Hope's Nominations for PJC – Support 66, Abstain 14, Oppose 0
## Prime Minister Luxemburg's Nomination for BoL – Support 64, Abstain 15, Oppose 1
## Infrastructure Funding Release – Support 64, Abstain 16, Oppose 0
## Emergency Nationalization Act – Support 50, Abstain 16, Oppose 14
## Immigration Promotion Act – Support 44, Abstain 10, Oppose 26
## Ratifying the Maat Accord – Support 64, Abstain 16, Oppose 0
## Common Seats Constitutional Amendment - Support 26, Abstain 26, Oppose 28
## Economic Direction Committee Act - Support 52, Abstain 19, Oppose 9
## Restroom Access Act - Support 35, Abstain 44, Oppose 1
## Court Protection Officer Act - Support 76, Abstain 4, Oppose 0
## Witness Protection Act - Support 76, Abstain 4, Oppose 0
## Ratifying the Osiris Accord - Support 65, Abstain 15, Oppose 0
## Anthem Selection Act - Support 65, Abstain 15, Oppose 0

Outcome:

The following people were appointed to the following sub-commissions within the Peace and Justice Commission:

Screening Sub-commission
- Samir Helen
- Kristνn Cruz
- Jeffery Mendoza

Investigative Sub-commission
- Masamba Ife
- Rachel Hoffman
- Bruce Kaufman
- Mila Newell
- Anais Haberstich
- Shelby Winters
- Felix Goodwin

Lower Court
- Walter Kidd
- Leo Parks
- Ann Parker
- Elen Sabela

Higher Court
- Marianne Tangemann
- Justice Rachel Gales

Shenandoah Bada, a union organizer, was appointed as Director of the Bureau of Labor.

The following bills were passed into law:

- Infrastructure Funding Release
- Emergency Nationalization Act
- Immigration Promotion Act
- Economic Direction Committee Act
- Restroom Access Act
- Court Protection Officer Act
- Witness Protection Act
- Anthem Selection Act

The following interstellar treaties were ratified:

- Maat Accord, with the Kingdom of Hesperides
- Osiris Accord, with the Republic of New Frontier


People’s Assembly Votes (March 3063):

Sard:

Proposals under consideration:

1. Sard Self Sufficiency Act, submitted by Minister of Education Bookchin.

2. Sard Renewal Act, submitted by Minister of Education Bookchin.

Regular Votes (60%):

* Prime Minister Luxemburg:
## Sard Self Sufficiency Act – Abstain
## Sard Renewal Act – Abstain

* Minster of Education Bookchin:
## Sard Self Sufficiency Act – Support
## Sard Renewal Act – Support

* Minister of Internal Security Radek:
## Sard Self Sufficiency Act – Abstain
## Sard Renewal Act – Abstain

* Minister of Justice Frederik Hope:
## Sard Self Sufficiency Act – Abstain
## Sard Renewal Act – Abstain

* Member of Parliament Lillian Ford:
## Sard Self Sufficiency Act – Support
## Sard Renewal Act – Oppose

* Minister of Interior Stefan Borisov:
## Sard Self Sufficiency Act – Abstain
## Sard Renewal Act – Oppose

* Member of Parliament Lenore Hughes:
## Sard Self Sufficiency Act – Support
## Sard Renewal Act – Oppose

NPCPS Votes (40%):

## Sard Self Sufficiency Act – Support 77.27%, Abstain 13.31%, Oppose 9.42%
## Sard Renewal Act – Support 22.72%, Abstain 40.92%, Oppose 36.36%

Total:

## Sard Self Sufficiency Act – Support 50.77%, Abstain 45.46%, Oppose 3.77%
## Sard Renewal Act – Support 11.03%, Abstain 65.08%, Oppose 23.89%

Outcome:

The following proposals were adopted:

* Sard Self Sufficiency Act


Panorama:

Proposals under consideration:

1. Panorama March 3063 Budget Proposal, submitted by Minister of Finance and Foreign Affairs Denver Axo.

Regular Votes (60%):

* Denver Axo
## Panorama March 3063 Budget Proposal – Support

NPCPS Votes (40%):

## Panorama March 3063 Budget Proposal – Support 66%, Abstain 33%, Oppose 0%

Total:

## Panorama March 3063 Budget Proposal – Support 86.4%, Abstain 13.6%, Oppose 0%

Outcome:

The following proposals were adopted:

* Panorama March 3063 Budget Proposal

AFancyQuestionMark fucked around with this message at Nov 18, 2018 around 10:23

AFancyQuestionMark
Feb 19, 2017


The April 3063 Drafting Phase begins now and lasts until Sunday - the 25th of November - at 16:30 UTC

tatankatonk
Nov 4, 2011

Pitching is the art of instilling fear.




Denver Axo
Minister of Finance

quote:

Bill F-3

This Act may be cited as the "First Amendment to the Bank Act."


1) In addition to the responsibilities of all chartered institutions as described in Part V of the Bank Act, the additional requirement is added as Section 5:

"5) All Charter holders are required to pay insurance dues levied by the Sirtan Deposit Insurance Corporation (SDIC) for the purpose of maintaining a fund for insuring consumer deposits up to the limits defined in the Deposit Insurance Act and any amendments. All Charter holders may subsequently advertise on their premises that all deposits covered under the Deposit Insurance Act are guaranteed by the SDIC and backed by the full faith of the government of Sirta."

2) The Ministry of Finance may adjust the reserve requirement established in Part V, Section 3 of the Bank Act at its discretion.


quote:

Bill F-4

This Act may be cited as the "Deposit Insurance Act."


Parliament shall authorize, establish, and maintain a government agency titled the Sirtan Deposit Insurance Corporation (SDIC), which shall be granted the following powers and duties:

1) The SDIC shall insure consumer deposits at any institution granted a charter by the Bank Act, up to an amount of 30,000 NSC per account.

2) The funds for insuring deposits shall be held in a Deposit Insurance Fund, which shall be subject to monthly audits and reports through the Office of Trade Standards.

3) The SDIC shall be funded by levying insurance dues on member chartered institutions (see Section 1 of Bill F-3) to pay for its staff and its liabilities through the Deposit Insurance Fund.

4) The SDIC shall be overseen by a Director nominated by the Minister of Finance and approved by Parliament, to serve a five-year term which may be renewed upon expiration through additional Parliamentary approvals, or terminated by the Minister of Finance.

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Herr Tog
Jun 18, 2011



Lorenzo Shimizu
Sensτ no nai Sekai Party(SnnSP)


Our Only bill shall be The Bill of Rights:

quote:

Bill F-5

The Bill of Rights
We the people, finding it necessary to safeguard against tyranny and to protect the common person, do declare that all citizens of Sirta, those born within her legal territories or naturalized, from birth until death do possess these irrevocable rights contained in this document.

1st. The right to free speech pertaining to but not limited to political, religious, and legal matters. Petitions and the press are speech and shall not be infringed.
2nd The right to protest actions by governmental or commercial enterprises in public spaces either physical or digital for whatever length they wish.
3rd. The right to assemble for purposes of exercising their rights shall not be infringed.
4th. No law may abridge or infringe the right of the citizen to travel Sirta and her legal territories for the purposes of exercising their rights.
5th. The right of citizens, eighteen solar years of age or older, to participate in democratic organizations and processes both governmental and commercial by way of vote or any other means a person is able, excluding monetary means, shall not be denied or abridged by the State or by any other organization within or outside of Sirta’s legal territories for any reason other than conviction of treason.
6th The right to refuse a search of their person, property, enterprise, or means of travel by a government agency or commercial enterprise without due probably cause, warrant and legal consul shall not be suffered.
7th Citizens, naturalized or otherwise, shall have the right to accessible and tuition free education both primary and specialized such as a degree, certificate and/or apprenticeship.
8th The right to state provided legal representation in criminal cases and all other cases involving the infringement of their right(s)shall not be infringed.
9th Parliament may make no law mandating military conscription, a draft, or a commission military or otherwise, if the citizen refuses on the basis of religion, a legal oath of pacifism, or veteran status by the state or any other entity.
10th The right to bear arms for the purposes of a well regulated militia and defense either personal property or civil rights shall not be infringed.
11th Within Sirta and her legal territories shall slavery nor involuntary servitude exist as a commercial practice or a punishment.

These are to be added to the constitution after being passed into law and shall not be removed or changed without a 2/3rds or 67% vote to do so. It can be assumed that so long as this bill is not passed Sensτ no nai Sekai Party(SnnSP) members shall be compelled to vote 'No' on every other bill until this is law.

AFancyQuestionMark
Feb 19, 2017


Expected Government Income and Expenses for April 3063:

All amounts listed are in millions of New Sirtan Credits.

Items that are one-time only (aren’t recurring on a monthly basis) are marked with square brackets.

Income Breakdown: Entries are listed in the “income source – income amount – algorithmically estimated loss from tax evasion and other relevant forms of crime” format.

Meaning that, in a crime free world, you would have both of them combined.

* Income tax, bottom bracket – 83 (+1) – 28 (+1)

* Income tax, lower middle bracket – 104 (+3) – 24 (+1)

* Income tax, upper middle bracket – 110 (+0) – 15 (+1)

* Income tax, top bracket – 179 (+3) – at least 138 (+2)

* Sales tax – 57 (+1) – 25 (+2)

* Personal Vehicle Tax – 13 (+0) – 12 (+0)

* Legal Addictive Substances Tax – 0.4 (+0) – 3.6 (-0.2)

* Corporate Tax – 133 (+4) – too many factors for remotely accurate estimation, but at least 60 (+4)

* Estate and Gift Tax – 7 (+3) – 38 (+32)

* Commercial Asset Transfer Tax – 2 (+0.5) – 40 (+35)

* Wealth Tax – 2 (-2) – 77 (+70)

* Foreign Aid – 20 (+0) – 1.5 (+0)

* Trade Tariffs – 23 (+1) – 10.6 (+0)

* Government Bond Purchases – 1 (+0) – 0

* Other Sources – 2 (+0) – 1.2 (+0)

Overall Standard Income: 740.4 (+17.5)


Expenses:

Extra-Budgetary:

* Emergency Youth Intervention Program Operation – 1.5

Leftover Standard Funds: 738.9

Budgetary:

* Prime Minister’s Office – 6

* Ministry of Justice – 48.03 (6.5% of income)

* Ministry of Defence – 55.42 (7.5% of income)

* Ministry of Internal Security – 107.14 (14.5% of income)

* Ministry of Foreign Affairs – 22.17 (3% of income)

* Ministry of Interior – 46.18 (6.25% of income) [+150 from First Heaven, Total: 196.18]

* Ministry of Finance – 73.89 (10% of income)

* Ministry of Education – 88.67 (12% of income)

* Ministry of Infrastructure – 96.05 (13% of income) [+200 from First Heave, Total: 296.05]

* Ministry of Health – 84.97 (11.5% of income) [+50 from First Heaven, Total: 134.97]

* Ministry of Agriculture – 33.25 (4.5% of income)

* Sirtan Survey Administration – 3.7 (0.5% of income)

* Sirtan Culture Administration – 3.7 (0.5% of income)

* Bureau of Labor – 6.5

* Office of the Attorney General – 4

* Sirtan Budgetary Office – 1.2

* Regular Court System – 17

* Peace and Justice Commission – 4

* Parliament – 10

* Guardian Council – 8

* Government Bond Payments – 5

* Other Expenses – 2

* Emergency Fund – 12.04 (total – 56.70)


First Heaven Reserve Fund

Initial Balance: 723.67

Depositions:

* [Wealth Cap Tax – 20 (-11) – more than 950 (+150, revised estimate)]

* [Osiris Accord Loan – 100 – 0]

Withdrawals:

* Lotus Accord Loan Repayment – 4.375

* Osiris Accord Loan Repayment – 0.589

* [Infrastructure Funding Release – 200]

* [Ministry of Interior – 150]

* [Ministry of Health – 50]

Projected Balance: 438.71 (-284.96)


Local Government:

Sard:

Income Breakdown:

* Property Tax – 5.5 (+0) – 4 (+0)

* Business Tax – 5 (+0.5) – at least 5 (+0)

* Income Tax – 3.6 (+0.6) – at least 4.7 (+0.2)

* Estate Tax – 2.8 (-0.2) – at least 5 (+0)

* Asset Transfer Tax – 2 (+0) – 18 (+4)

* Remaining from last month – 13.1 (+2.3) - 0

Overall Income: 31.8 (+3.2)

Expenses:

* Advisory Committee – 3 (+0)

* Sard Executive Council – 2.5 (+0)

* Office of the Sard Attorney – 0.5 (+0)

* Professional Advisory Council – 2.7 (+0)

* Sun Rises on Sard Program – 3.5 (+0)

* Factory Operation – 4.8 (+1.5)

* [Factory Purchase – 10]

Overall Expenses: 27 (+11.5)

Remaining: 4.8 (-8.3)


Topaz:

Income Breakdown:

* Property Tax (5%) – 42 (+0) – 8 (+1)

* Business Tax (2.5%) – 68 (+1) – at least 15

* Remaining from last month – 183.9 (+18.1) – 0

Overall Income: 294.9 (+19.1)

Expenses:

* Mayor’s Office – 1.5 (+0)

* City Council – 3.5 (+0)

* Bedrock of Topaz Program – 2.2 (+0)

* Unemployment Allowance – 53.8 (-0.2)

* Auditing Department – 4 (+0)

* Education Stipend – 26.2 (+1.5)

* Sanitation Department – 2 (+0)

Overall Expenses: 93.2 (+1.3)

Remaining: 201.7 (+17.8)


Panorama:

Income Breakdown:

* Profits from Appropriated Business – 7.9 (+0.4) – 0.20 (+0.01)

* Remaining from last month – 0.04 (-0.155) – 0

Overall Income: 7.94 (+0.245)

Expenses:

* Advisory Committee – 0.5 (+0)

* Residential Power – 0.11 (+0.03)

Overall Expenses: 0.61 (+0.03)

Remaining: 7.33 (+0.215)

tatankatonk
Nov 4, 2011

Pitching is the art of instilling fear.




Denver Axo
Minister of Finance

As Sard is the natural transport center of the nation, I am submitting legislation to headquarter our transport public collective there.

quote:


Vast Heaven Headquartering Act


Vast Heaven Transport Cooperative shall establish and maintain its headquarters and central offices in Sard, in order to better position itself in the natural center of the Sirtan transport network. Parliament shall grant Vast Heaven a moving and renovation stipend of 1,000,000 NSC to assist with any associated costs.


I suggest the Sard Assembly grant Vast Heaven use of some of the newly acquired properties that are currently sitting vacant, at a reduced cost.

AFancyQuestionMark
Feb 19, 2017


paragon1 posted:

Questions for the SBO

What would the costs be to acquire suitable facilities to meet current facility needs for the Child Care program? What would it cost to provide additional training to the staff? What would it cost to create a support program for former wards of the state as they seek employment or enter higher education?

On a separate but related note, what would it cost to provide free daycare services to working Sirtans? What would it cost to provide safe spaces for older children and teenagers in the hours between school letting out and their parents returning home from work?


The SBO has prepared the following answers to your questions:

* To fully meet present demand, 4-5 new orphanages should be established in addition to the existing 7, each with a capacity of 400-500. Two of which should be placed in Opal. This would cost around 350,000 NSC per facility, as existing structures may be acquired and repurposed. Once established, operating costs should be about 65,000 NSC a month for each facility. In addition, the existing orphanages should be renovated to improve hygiene and health standards, which is estimated to cost around 180,000 NSC total.

* Mandatory training courses for child care staff could be established for as little as 22,000 NSC, with negligible operating costs per month after training the current crop of employees.

* The cost depends on the intended scope of the program. A basic collection of SCN-based resources and a dedicated help channel could be established for under 13,000 NSC with no further costs. However, employing sufficient dedicated staff and offering counselling services, subsidised housing and financial support for former wards would cost around 1.5 million NSC per month.

* Based on private examples, establishing a new daycare center for 250 or so children aged under 6 years old costs around 120,000 NSC, while operating costs are around 16,000 NSC a month. According to the latest census, there are 1,753,598 Sirtan children in that age range. Needless to say, the costs of making daycare services free for all are prohibitively expensive at this stage.

* Supervised Community Centers should be fairly cheap to implement and operate, at under 4,500 NSC a month for a center with a capacity of 300. However, once again there are issues of scale with 1,708,634 children and teenagers between the ages 9 and 17 according to the latest census.

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tatankatonk
Nov 4, 2011

Pitching is the art of instilling fear.




Denver Axo
Minister of Finance

This democratic government is built on and maintained by the support of the working class. Both the SDU and SRLF have pledged to decisively transfer the fruits of labor to those who labor, and we expect this comprehensive labor legislation, a first in Sirta's history, to do precisely that.

Note: This draft has been withdrawn in favor of a second draft (see below).

quote:


Labor Act of 3063

I. Parliament, recognizing that democracy in the workplace and fair labor conditions are the foundation of a just society, bind all private and public employers, as well as all labor unions, courts, and the Bureau of Labor, to the following conditions:

II. Employers
A. Employers may not make non-membership in a labor organization a condition of current or promised employment, nor in any way show discrimination regarding hiring in order to discourage membership in a labor organization.
B. Employers shall not, on their own initiative, organize labor organizations for their workers or attempt to exert any influence on the internal leadership of the labor organizations of their workers or in internal labor organization elections.
C. Employers shall not schedule workers for more than forty hours of labor per week without compensating any work beyond forty hours at an overtime rate of 1.5x normal wages. Salaried employees shall be eligible for overtime compensation at a 1.5x rate, calculated through their weekly pay.
D. Employers shall recognize the right of workers to form labor organizations for the purposes of mutual aid and collective bargaining.
E. Employers shall be compelled to negotiate only with the elected representatives of labor organizations formed by its employees for the purpose of collective bargaining in the negotiation of wages and working conditions.
F. Employers shall be compelled, if they possess a Board of Directors, to reserve half of all seats on it for the elected representatives of its employees.
G. Employers shall display all the rights of employees enumerated in this Act in prominent locations on their premises.
H. Employers shall not discriminate against or seek reprisal against any employee exercising any of the rights enumerated in this Act.
I. Employers shall not take any action abridging the free speech of employees, including and especially discussion of wages, working conditions, and forming a labor organization.
J. Employers shall not retaliate against any employee who has filed charges against the employer, given testimony, or otherwise made complaints to labor organization officials or regulatory officials.

III. Labor Organizations
A. All labor organizations must observe the following internal standards and procedures:
i. All labor organization members have a right to run for and hold office in the organization.
ii. All labor organization elections must observe the principle of the secret ballot.
iii. All labor organization members have a right to hold meetings of members without the approval of labor organization leaders.
iv. All labor organization members have a right to strike even if labor organization leaders have not officially authorized an action.
v. All labor organization members have a right to free speech without reprisal from labor organization officials.
vi. All labor organization members have a right to distribute literature or materials at labor organization meetings.
vii. All labor organizations must hold regular (at least once every two years) and fair elections for labor organization leadership positions.
viii. All labor organization leadership positions must have their compensation or salaries voted upon by the general membership of the labor organization in free and fair elections.

B. Labor organization members may issue anonymous complaints to the Bureau of Labor and request an investigation of the complaints.

IV. Courts
A. No Sirtan Court may issue an injunction ordering laborers to desist from exercising their right to peacefully strike or otherwise join, form, or assist a labor organization.
B. No Sirtan Court may issue an injunction ordering laborers to desist from exercising their right to participate in a secondary boycott or peacefully strike in sympathy with another labor organization.

V. Bureau of Labor
A. The Bureau of Labor is empowered to interpret the tenets of this Act and to see that its conditions are observed by all parties mentioned in it.
B. The Bureau of Labor is empowered to hear disputes between employees and employers, and both shall abide by its rulings.
C. The Bureau of Labor is empowered to compel observance of the conditions of this Act through the levying of fines, referral of criminal behavior to appropriate Ministries, or the temporary suspension of a business's operating licenses until observance is established.
D. The Bureau of Labor is empowered to investigate complaints of discrimination or unfair treatment made against employers, and may issue subpoenas and conduct investigations to this end.
E. The Bureau of Labor is empowered to investigate complaints of corruption or unfair treatment made by labor organization members against labor organization officials, and may issue subpoenas and conduct investigations to this end.

VI. Labor Day
A. The first Monday of each May shall be recognized as a public holiday. All non-essential government employees shall be granted leave for the day, and all essential employees shall draw double wages. All private employees not granted leave shall receive double wages for any time worked.

VII. Any employer or labor organization not currently in observance of these conditions must make an immediate good faith effort to move towards compliance within one month after the passage of this Act. Any labor organization that has not held elections for its leadership positions in the past six months must hold elections for its leadership positions within three months. The Bureau of Labor shall observe these one-month and three-month grace periods before issuing fines and other penalties for non-compliance.

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sniper4625
Sep 26, 2009

Loyal to the End


Comrade Radek

I heartily applaud this joint legislation to further the important foundation we laid with the BoL, and look forward to continuing working with our SDU brethren to ever strive to improve the lot of the Sirtan worker.

tatankatonk
Nov 4, 2011

Pitching is the art of instilling fear.




Denver Axo
Minister of Finance

In my capacity as Minister of Finance, I am assigning both the Persistent Evasion Task Force, led by veteran forensic auditor Ruth Lewald, and the Office of Secondary Market Studies, led by Zoya Dyachenko, to the problem of enormous and widespread tax evasion. Specifically, the wealth cap tax, the estate and gift tax, the commercial asset transfer tax, and the corporate tax must be made effective. It has never been a policy of this government to raise or implement taxes for their own sake, and you may examine my action of reducing the sales tax as proof of that. However, this persistent tax evasion takes bread out of the mouths of ordinary working Sirtans and undermines our collective efforts to recover from the economic disaster of the last regime. Instead of paying for schools, daycares, industry, parks, hospitals, new teachers and doctors, this money is mouldering in hidden bank accounts, spent uselessly on decadent luxuries, or hoarded by criminal organizations for their own use. Within the next few months, Lewald and Dyachenko will find exactly how these taxes are being evaded, and action will be taken.

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AFancyQuestionMark
Feb 19, 2017


tatankatonk posted:


Denver Axo
Minister of Finance

Labor Act of 3063

Stefan Borisov, MP and FDG Chairman, speaks in Parliament about the bill:

"While the sentiment of this bill is laudable, and the need for firmer rights for Sirtan workers is significant and urgent, it contains several major flaws that could greatly frustrate the recovery of the Sirtan economy:

First of all, it doesn't explicitly specify the status of foreign employers under the act, thus implicitly binding them to these provisions, which appear to neglect this possibility entirely. For instance, it is unreasonable to expect foreign companies to grant Sirtan workers half the seats on their Board of Directors. Furthermore, it is not clear how the provisions of this act interact with certain provisions in the Lotus Accord, such as the composition of the Joint Industrial Corporation Board and the authority of the Hesperides-Sirta Trade Arbitration Commission to adjudicate contract-related disputes based on the principles of Royal Arbitration. This is odd, as it was the primary drafter of the act himself who negotiated this treaty in his former capacity as Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Second, the act makes no mention of workers in essential public sectors such as law enforcement, justice, healthcare and so on, thus again implicitly binding them to all provisions of this act. It doesn't seem prudent to me to allow these workers to collectively strike at any time, given the potential impacts on the general public. For that matter, these provisions, as written, also apply to the CLF and other militias under the Militia Union, which seems an undesirable outcome.

Third, the act makes no distinction between large employers and small businesses despite the disparate impacts of its provisions. I fear for the viability of small businesses following the passage of this act.

Fourth, provision V - B. of the act grants the Board of Labor ultimate authority in ruling on labor disputes, yet it isn't clear how this interacts with labor organization rights to initiate and continue strikes unilaterally. It seems like there is nothing stopping them from utilizing this ability to ignore the rulings of the Board of Labor or any Court, since no one has the authority to halt their strikes.

As you can see, the act is riddled with holes and ambiguities. I would urge its drafters to go back to the drawing board and spend some time on considering the implications of their language."

tatankatonk
Nov 4, 2011

Pitching is the art of instilling fear.




Denver Axo
Panorama Regional Government

For approval by the Panorama Assembly:

quote:



Panorama Chemical Company Investment Act

The Panorama Regional Government shall incorporate and administer a subsidiary for-profit organization, titled the Panorama Chemical Company, which shall establish and operate a modern chemical plant in Panorama. The PCC shall be run as a worker's cooperative, and overseen by an Executive appointed by the PRG. The PCC is authorized to issue stocks up to a 49% non-controlling interest. A 51% controlling interest shall be held by the PRG indefinitely.


quote:

Panorama April 3063 Budget

Income

Income Breakdown:

* Profits from Appropriated Business – 7.9 (+0.4) – 0.20 (+0.01)

* Remaining from last month – 0.04 (-0.155) – 0

Overall Income: 7.94 (+0.245)

Expenses:

* Advisory Committee – 0.5 (+0)

* Residential Power – 0.11 (+0.03)

Overall Expenses: 0.61 (+0.03)

Remaining: 7.33 (+0.215)

Expenditures


PARI funding - 475,000 NSC

Food Distribution Network - 600,000 NSC

Panorama CEC - 1,300,000 NSC

PanPol funding - 350,000 NSC

Panorama Chemical Co. founding capital - 4,600,000 NSC

Remaining: 5,000 NSC

tatankatonk
Nov 4, 2011

Pitching is the art of instilling fear.


AFancyQuestionMark posted:

Stefan Borisov, MP and FDG Chairman, speaks in Parliament about the bill:

"While the sentiment of this bill is laudable, and the need for firmer rights for Sirtan workers is significant and urgent, it contains several major flaws that could greatly frustrate the recovery of the Sirtan economy:

First of all, it doesn't explicitly specify the status of foreign employers under the act, thus implicitly binding them to these provisions, which appear to neglect this possibility entirely. For instance, it is unreasonable to expect foreign companies to grant Sirtan workers half the seats on their Board of Directors. Furthermore, it is not clear how the provisions of this act interact with certain provisions in the Lotus Accord, such as the composition of the Joint Industrial Corporation Board and the authority of the Hesperides-Sirta Trade Arbitration Commission to adjudicate contract-related disputes based on the principles of Royal Arbitration. This is odd, as it was the primary drafter of the act himself who negotiated this treaty in his former capacity as Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Second, the act makes no mention of workers in essential public sectors such as law enforcement, justice, healthcare and so on, thus again implicitly binding them to all provisions of this act. It doesn't seem prudent to me to allow these workers to collectively strike at any time, given the potential impacts on the general public. For that matter, these provisions, as written, also apply to the CLF and other militias under the Militia Union, which seems an undesirable outcome.

Third, the act makes no distinction between large employers and small businesses despite the disparate impacts of its provisions. I fear for the viability of small businesses following the passage of this act.

Fourth, provision V - B. of the act grants the Board of Labor ultimate authority in ruling on labor disputes, yet it isn't clear how this interacts with labor organization rights to initiate and continue strikes unilaterally. It seems like there is nothing stopping them from utilizing this ability to ignore the rulings of the Board of Labor or any Court, since no one has the authority to halt their strikes.

As you can see, the act is riddled with holes and ambiguities. I would urge its drafters to go back to the drawing board and spend some time on considering the implications of their language."



Denver Axo
Minister of Finance

I welcome MP Borisov's prudent suggestions, and am happy to incorporate his observations into the proposed legislation. The SDU had planned to elaborate on the mentioned ambiguities in future legislation, but there is no reason we cannot revise the text to make some things clearer.

quote:


Labor Act of 3063 (Second Draft)

Definition: "Employers" shall apply collectively to all executive positions, management positions, leadership positions, officers of the company, members of the Board (excluding worker's representatives elected or appointed through Part II, Condition F), the company's legal persona, and the elected leadership and management of worker's co-operatives. For the purposes of enforcement of the conditions of this Act, there shall not be made any distinction between these positions working in an official or non-official capacity: the Employer is compelled to recognize that as long as they occupy or represent any of these positions, their speech and actions are to be construed as issued in their official capacity and subject to the conditions of this Act when discussing wages, promotion, firings, labor organization membership, or any subject covered in any of the conditions in this Act.

I. Parliament, recognizing that democracy in the workplace and fair labor conditions are the foundation of a just society, bind all private and public employers, as well as all labor unions, courts, and the Bureau of Labor, to the following conditions:

II. Employers
A. Employers may not make non-membership in a labor organization a condition of current or promised employment, nor in any way show discrimination regarding hiring in order to discourage membership in a labor organization.
B. Employers shall not, on their own initiative, organize labor organizations for their workers or attempt to exert any influence on the internal leadership of the labor organizations of their workers or in internal labor organization elections.
i. For the purposes of this Act, the elected leaders or management of worker's cooperatives shall be recognized as the "Employer". The elected leadership or management of a worker's cooperative shall observe the same restriction on forming labor organizations or exerting influence on their internal processes, as long as they occupy the leadership or management position.
C. Employers shall not schedule workers for more than forty hours of labor per week without compensating any work beyond forty hours at an overtime rate of 1.5x normal wages. Salaried employees shall be eligible for overtime compensation at a 1.5x rate, calculated through their weekly pay.
D. Employers shall recognize the right of workers to form labor organizations for the purposes of mutual aid and collective bargaining.
E. Employers shall be compelled to negotiate only with the elected representatives of labor organizations formed by its employees for the purpose of collective bargaining in the negotiation of wages and working conditions.
F. Employers shall be compelled, if they possess a Board of Directors, to reserve half of all seats on it for the elected representatives of its employees.
G. Employers shall display all the rights of employees enumerated in this Act in prominent locations on their premises.
H. Employers shall not discriminate against or seek reprisal against any employee exercising any of the rights enumerated in this Act.
I. Employers shall not take any action abridging the free speech of employees, including and especially discussion of wages, working conditions, and forming a labor organization.
J. Employers shall not retaliate against any employee who has filed charges against the employer, given testimony, or otherwise made complaints to labor organization officials or regulatory officials.

III. Labor Organizations
A. All labor organizations must observe the following internal standards and procedures:
i. All labor organization members have a right to run for and hold office in the organization.
ii. All labor organization elections must observe the principle of the secret ballot.
iii. All labor organization members have a right to hold meetings of members without the approval of labor organization leaders.
iv. All labor organization members have a right to strike, even if labor organization leaders have not officially authorized an action, until a ruling has been issued by the Bureau of Labor.
v. All labor organization members have a right to free speech without reprisal from labor organization officials.
vi. All labor organization members have a right to distribute literature or materials at labor organization meetings.
vii. All labor organizations must hold regular (at least once every two years) and fair elections for labor organization leadership positions.
viii. All labor organization leadership positions must have their compensation or salaries voted upon by the general membership of the labor organization in free and fair elections.

B. Labor organization members may issue anonymous complaints to the Bureau of Labor and request an investigation of the complaints.

IV. Courts
A. No Sirtan Court may issue an injunction ordering laborers to desist from exercising their right to peacefully strike or otherwise join, form, or assist a labor organization.
B. No Sirtan Court may issue an injunction ordering laborers to desist from exercising their right to participate in a secondary boycott or peacefully strike in sympathy with another labor organization.

V. Bureau of Labor
A. The Bureau of Labor is empowered to interpret the tenets of this Act and to see that its conditions are observed by all parties mentioned in it.
B. The Bureau of Labor is empowered to hear disputes between employees and employers, and both shall abide by its rulings.
C. The Bureau of Labor is empowered to compel observance of the conditions of this Act through the levying of fines, referral of criminal behavior to appropriate Ministries, or the temporary suspension of a business's operating licenses until observance is established.
D. The Bureau of Labor is empowered to investigate complaints of discrimination or unfair treatment made against employers, and may issue subpoenas and conduct investigations to this end.
E. The Bureau of Labor is empowered to investigate complaints of corruption or unfair treatment made by labor organization members against labor organization officials, and may issue subpoenas and conduct investigations to this end.

VI. Labor Day
A. The first Monday of each May shall be recognized as a public holiday. All non-essential government employees shall be granted leave for the day, and all essential employees shall draw double wages. All private employees not granted leave shall receive double wages for any time worked.

VII. Any employer or labor organization not currently in observance of these conditions must make an immediate good faith effort to move towards compliance within one month after the passage of this Act. Any labor organization that has not held elections for its leadership positions in the past six months must hold elections for its leadership positions within three months. The Bureau of Labor shall observe these one-month and three-month grace periods before issuing fines and other penalties for non-compliance.

VIII. Exceptions
A. In accordance with the terms of the Lotus Accord negotiated with the Kingdom of the Hesperides, any Sirtan national employed by a Hesperidean firm operating on Sirta shall considered under the purview of Hesperidean labor laws. The Bureau of Labor shall be empowered to reserve the right to investigate complaints made by Sirtan nationals working for Hesperidean firms operating on Sirta, and forward any relevant information to the Hesperides-Sirta Trade Arbitration Commission or refer any criminal activity to the relevant Ministry for prosecution.
B. Part II, Condition G shall be waived in the case of foreign firms operating on Sirta.
C. Employees of the Joint Industrial Development Corporation, and the Corporation itself, shall abide by the conditions of this Act, except in the instance of the composition of that Corporation's Board of Directors, which has already been established by the Lotus Accord.
D. Employees of the SDF, the police organizations of the Ministry of Internal Security, and the Militia Union shall not possess the right to strike listed in Part III, sub-condition iv. The Bureau of Labor shall be empowered to reserve the right to investigate complaints made by these employees, and refer any criminal activity to the relevant Ministry for prosecution.

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paragon1
Nov 22, 2010

FULL COMMUNISM NOW


Grimey Drawer

Ministry of Interior Budget for Ministry of Interior-April 3063

Income- 46.18

*Admin and Salaries: 4 Million NSC

* Citizen Records: 3.625 Million NSC

* Passes and Documents: 7.5 Million NSC

*Unemployment Allowance: 8.405 Million NSC

*Disability Allowance : 3.90 Million NSC

*Food and Essentials Rationing:12 Million NSC

* Child Care: 6.825 Million NSC

* Supervised Community Centers: 4.5 Million NSC

* Care and Shelter: 650,000 NSC

Total Program Expenses: 51.305 Million NSC

Net: -5,125,000 covered from First Heaven Reserve
-1,952,000 for Child Care expansion and renovation
First Heaven Reserve: 142,932,000 NSC


First Heaven Reserve:
Child Care Expansion

I am ordering the construction of five new orphanages with accompanied staff expansion. Two will be opened in Opal, one in Sard, one in Topaz, and one in Amber. Construction costs will be drawn from the First Heaven reserves, while their operating costs will be covered by the regular budget. Some experienced staff should be transferred from existing orphanages to the new ones to be replaced with new hires. In addition, I am authorizing 180,000 NSC in funds be released for renovation of existing orphanages, and 22,000 NSC for mandatory staff retraining.

My office is currently working on a draft of new guidelines regarding the treatment and adoption of wards of the state for a departmental comment period, to be followed by a public one. Look for it to be posted in the next few weeks. Part of that treatment will be the dedication of resources to assist them in their transition into adult life. Support, counseling, subsidies, educational grants, and job training will be made available to former wards upon reaching the age of 18 at the amount of one and a half million NSC a month, to be drawn from the regular budget.

We don't stop needing a family to lean on just because we've hit an arbitrary age. This new policy is meant to help answer that need.

Supervised Community Centers

I am authorizing the creation of a new social services department that will be responsible for implementing and operating the Supervised Community Center program. Due to limited resources, we will be starting at a modest 1,000 centers with a capacity for 300 that will operate as after school programs and shelters for school aged Sirtan children. Staff will safeguard the children's security, supervise activities, provide homework assistance, and insure that children are able to reach home safely. The centers will be concentrated in and around schools and communities that have higher than average crime rates in all six cities. I hope this will be yet another successful step in our efforts to guarantee the safety and well being of all Sirtans.

tatankatonk
Nov 4, 2011

Pitching is the art of instilling fear.




Denver Axo
Minister of Finance

To: Head of the Office of Economic Research & Analysis

Please compile and deliver to my office reports on the following industries on Sirta: Biotechnology; Advanced Electronics Manufacturing & Research; Agriculture. I would like these reports to include acquisition targets centered around buying out undervalued or depressed capital or private firms by a theoretical public collective in each industry.

tatankatonk
Nov 4, 2011

Pitching is the art of instilling fear.




Denver Axo
Minister of Finance

For Parliament's consideration:

quote:


Bill F-6

This Act may be cited as the "Financial Advisor Act."

Each municipality on Sirta, regardless of government structure, shall be obliged to fund a position of Municipal Financial Advisor. This official shall act in a fiduciary capacity for the municipality, giving expert advice and counsel on matters of finance, public funding of projects, municipal bonds, insurance, public-private corporate partnerships, investment risks, and financial regulations and responsibilities.

AFancyQuestionMark
Feb 19, 2017


Since very few people submitted bills or made Ministerial directives this session, and I myself haven't found enough time to respond to some of your requests for reports or do my own stuff, I am extending the drafting session until Wednesday - the 28th of November - at 17:00 UTC.

Crazycryodude
Aug 15, 2015

Lets get our X tons of Duranium back!

....Is that still a valid thing to jingoistically blow out of proportion?








Comrade Luxemburg, Minister of Infrastructure

The updated budget this month for the Ministry of Infrastructure is as follows:

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* SIRTRAK - 22.36 million NSC (+0.4)

* Sirta Energy Authority – 22 million NSC

* Communications Control – 8 million NSC

* Ports, Shipping and Travel Authority – 22 million NSC (+2)

* Water and Sewage Authority – 10 million NSC

* Public Transport Center – 11 million NSC (+1)

* [Reserved Budget - 0.69 million NSC]

Total Reserve: 200.69 million NSC

The Port Authority is directed to put its new budget towards further stabilization and repair of space infrastructure
The Public Transport Center is directed to put its new budget towards continuing to rebuild public transit infrastructure within major cities

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The Ministry is also directed to begin an initial round of nationalization under the powers of the Emergency Nationalization Act, taking control this month of all privately owned rail repair and construction equipment currently employed on the SIRTRAK repair projects.

Crazycryodude fucked around with this message at Nov 27, 2018 around 22:38

sniper4625
Sep 26, 2009

Loyal to the End


Comrade Radek
Minister of Defense and Security


I am gratified to hear of positive developments between all the forces fighting to defend Sirta - we must all do our part in the days to come, and I look forward to working with any willing to do so in good faith.

On the subject of our arms manufactories, expansion and reallocation is the order of the day.



I am expanding all lines that may be of use to our forces actively fighting the entrenched criminal elements, and am ordering that the Ministry of Internal Security receive 40% of the output. Our brave SDF should have sufficient equipment for the moment, and we owe it to our brave boys in blue to ensure they are equipped with the latest and greatest in military technology as they wage their war on crime.

More to come.

Hattie Masters
Aug 29, 2012


Grimey Drawer

Comrade Hope
Minister of Justice


Dear all,

With the current state of affairs, the Ministry of Justice will be focusing on our existing efforts to benefit the people of Sirta. Once we've got the current agenda finished, we will begin to look at what improvements we can make. I know some of us, including myself, are wanting to start making advancements on the behalf of the people, but trying to bring things in right now would be building on a foundation of sand.

Keep up the good work everyone,

Fred

tatankatonk
Nov 4, 2011

Pitching is the art of instilling fear.




Denver Axo
Minister of Finance

The SnnSP's bill, in its current form, alternates between redundancy and unworkability. The right to free speech, assembly, movement, due process, and the abolition of slavery are already in the Constitution. The SDU will also not support an amendment that enshrines the right to own arms, as our ultimate goal is a peaceful society free of weapons. Furthermore, the government has already sworn to work to provide every Sirtan with a tuition-free education, but that is a question of economic recovery, growth, and funding, and not one of constitutional rights. We will be happy to introduce the worthy individual parts of this bill as proposed constitutional amendments in the future, but we cannot support the bill itself.

AFancyQuestionMark
Feb 19, 2017


Guardian Council Nominations for the Peace and Justice Commission:

After avoiding any references to this topic for the past two months since the act came into force, the Guardian Council presents the following nominations for Parliament's consideration:

* Lower Court - Laurel Perera (38), Criminal Court of Appeal Justice, former defence attorney, notorious anti-regime activist known as "that vicious vixen" among former regime officials

* Higher Court - Marta Kayembe (68), President of the New Sirtan Bar Association, Constitutional Court Justice, former TRC Commissioner

AFancyQuestionMark
Feb 19, 2017


The drafting phase is now over. The voting phase starts now and lasts until Sunday - the 2nd of December - at 17:00 UTC.

The proposals under Parliament's consideration are:


1. Guardian Council's Nominations for the Peace and Justice Commission.

Note that you can vote on each nominee separately, if you so desire.

2. First Amendment to the Bank Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo.

3. Deposit Insurance Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo.

4. Bill of Rights, submitted by Leader of Opposition Lorenzo Shimizu.

5. Vast Heaven Headquartering Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo.

6. Labor Act of 3063, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo.

7. Financial Advisor Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo.


Proposals under consideration in local governments:


Panorama:

1. Panorama April 3063 Budget Proposal, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo.

2. Panorama Chemical Company Investment Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo.

Crazycryodude
Aug 15, 2015

Lets get our X tons of Duranium back!

....Is that still a valid thing to jingoistically blow out of proportion?








Prime Minister Luxemburg

1. Guardian Council's Nominations for the Peace and Justice Commission. AYE TO ALL

2. First Amendment to the Bank Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

3. Deposit Insurance Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

4. Bill of Rights, submitted by Leader of Opposition Lorenzo Shimizu. NAY

5. Vast Heaven Headquartering Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

6. Labor Act of 3063, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

7. Financial Advisor Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

tatankatonk
Nov 4, 2011

Pitching is the art of instilling fear.




Denver Axo
Minister of Finance


1. Guardian Council's Nominations for the Peace and Justice Commission. Aye to all

2. First Amendment to the Bank Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

3. Deposit Insurance Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

4. Bill of Rights, submitted by Leader of Opposition Lorenzo Shimizu. Nay

5. Vast Heaven Headquartering Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

6. Labor Act of 3063, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

7. Financial Advisor Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye


Proposals under consideration in local governments:


Panorama:

1. Panorama April 3063 Budget Proposal, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

2. Panorama Chemical Company Investment Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

Volmarias
Dec 31, 2002


Steve Carlsburg

1. Yes to both nominees

2. Yes

3. Yes

4. No

5. No

6. No

7. No

sniper4625
Sep 26, 2009

Loyal to the End


Crazycryodude posted:


Prime Minister Luxemburg

1. Guardian Council's Nominations for the Peace and Justice Commission. AYE TO ALL

2. First Amendment to the Bank Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

3. Deposit Insurance Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

4. Bill of Rights, submitted by Leader of Opposition Lorenzo Shimizu. NAY

5. Vast Heaven Headquartering Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

6. Labor Act of 3063, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

7. Financial Advisor Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

Comrade Radek

I vote the PMs slate.

HiHo ChiRho
Oct 23, 2010

Then you remember. You have a message to send.

Something everyone must know.

You have the power. You have the means.

Let it be known.




Murray Bookchin
1. Guardian Council's Nominations for the Peace and Justice Commission. AYE TO ALL

2. First Amendment to the Bank Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

3. Deposit Insurance Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

4. Bill of Rights, submitted by Leader of Opposition Lorenzo Shimizu. NAY

5. Vast Heaven Headquartering Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

6. Labor Act of 3063, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

7. Financial Advisor Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

AJ_Impy
Jun 17, 2007



Yam Slacker

Brian Praxis
Minister of Agriculture


1. Guardian Council's Nominations for the Peace and Justice Commission. Aye to all

2. First Amendment to the Bank Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

3. Deposit Insurance Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

4. Bill of Rights, submitted by Leader of Opposition Lorenzo Shimizu. Abstain

5. Vast Heaven Headquartering Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

6. Labor Act of 3063, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

7. Financial Advisor Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

paragon1
Nov 22, 2010

FULL COMMUNISM NOW


Grimey Drawer

Crazycryodude posted:


Prime Minister Luxemburg

1. Guardian Council's Nominations for the Peace and Justice Commission. AYE TO ALL

2. First Amendment to the Bank Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

3. Deposit Insurance Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

4. Bill of Rights, submitted by Leader of Opposition Lorenzo Shimizu. NAY

5. Vast Heaven Headquartering Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

6. Labor Act of 3063, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

7. Financial Advisor Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

I vote the same slate as our Prime Minister.

Hattie Masters
Aug 29, 2012


Grimey Drawer

Crazycryodude posted:


Prime Minister Luxemburg

1. Guardian Council's Nominations for the Peace and Justice Commission. AYE TO ALL

2. First Amendment to the Bank Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

3. Deposit Insurance Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

4. Bill of Rights, submitted by Leader of Opposition Lorenzo Shimizu. NAY

5. Vast Heaven Headquartering Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

6. Labor Act of 3063, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

7. Financial Advisor Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. AYE

I, Frederick Hope, vote for this slate of bills

cat_herder
Mar 16, 2010

BE GAY
DO CRIME



Kikue Yamakawa
Deputy/Interim Minister of Health


I humbly submit my votes.

1. Guardian Council's Nominations for the Peace and Justice Commission. Aye to all.

2. First Amendment to the Bank Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye.

3. Deposit Insurance Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye.

4. Bill of Rights, submitted by Leader of Opposition Lorenzo Shimizu. Nay.

5. Vast Heaven Headquartering Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye.

6. Labor Act of 3063, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye.

7. Financial Advisor Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye.

Crion
Sep 30, 2004
baseball.

tatankatonk posted:



Denver Axo
Minister of Finance


1. Guardian Council's Nominations for the Peace and Justice Commission. Aye to all

2. First Amendment to the Bank Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

3. Deposit Insurance Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

4. Bill of Rights, submitted by Leader of Opposition Lorenzo Shimizu. Nay

5. Vast Heaven Headquartering Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

6. Labor Act of 3063, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

7. Financial Advisor Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye


Proposals under consideration in local governments:


Panorama:

1. Panorama April 3063 Budget Proposal, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

2. Panorama Chemical Company Investment Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo. Aye

MP Arkham Dixit votes the Comrade Finance Minister's slate.

sniper4625
Sep 26, 2009

Loyal to the End


Crion posted:

MP Arkham Dixit votes the Comrade Finance Minister's slate.

Comrade MP, I'm afraid in your tardiness you missed the close of the session by some hours.

AFancyQuestionMark
Feb 19, 2017


April 3063 Parliament Votes:

Proposals under consideration:

1. Guardian Council's Nominations for the Peace and Justice Commission.

2. First Amendment to the Bank Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo.

3. Deposit Insurance Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo.

4. Bill of Rights, submitted by Leader of Opposition Lorenzo Shimizu.

5. Vast Heaven Headquartering Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo.

6. Labor Act of 3063, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo.

7. Financial Advisor Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo.

Party Breakdown:

* SRLF:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Bill of Rights – Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 25
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Financial Advisor Act – Support 25, Abstain 0, Oppose 0

* SDU:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Bill of Rights – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 18
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Financial Advisor Act – Support 19, Abstain 0, Oppose 0

* SnnSP:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 7
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 7
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 7
## Bill of Rights – Support 7, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 7
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 7
## Financial Advisor Act – Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 7

* FDG:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support 5, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support 5, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support 5, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Bill of Rights – Support 0, Abstain 5, Oppose 0
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Support 0, Abstain 5, Oppose 0
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 5
## Financial Advisor Act – Support 5, Abstain 0, Oppose 0

* UCS:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support 2, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support 2, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support 2, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Bill of Rights – Support 0, Abstain 2, Oppose 0
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Support 0, Abstain 2, Oppose 0
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support 2, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Financial Advisor Act – Support 2, Abstain 0, Oppose 0

* DAL:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Bill of Rights – Support 0, Abstain 0, Oppose 1
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Financial Advisor Act – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0

* Dawn:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Bill of Rights – Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Support 0, Abstain 1, Oppose 0
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0
## Financial Advisor Act – Support 1, Abstain 0, Oppose 0

Guardian Council Appointments:

* Vera Albright:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Abstain
## Deposit Insurance Act – Abstain
## Bill of Rights – Support
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support
## Financial Advisor Act – Support

* Thomas Gill:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Abstain
## Deposit Insurance Act – Abstain
## Bill of Rights – Abstain
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support
## Financial Advisor Act – Support

* Frank Probst:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support
## Bill of Rights – Abstain
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Oppose
## Financial Advisor Act – Support

* Lucia Caldera:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Abstain
## Deposit Insurance Act – Abstain
## Bill of Rights – Support
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support
## Financial Advisor Act – Support

* Sander Hansen:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Abstain
## Deposit Insurance Act – Abstain
## Bill of Rights – Oppose
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Abstain
## Financial Advisor Act – Abstain

* Lisa Wyatt:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support
## Bill of Rights – Abstain
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support
## Financial Advisor Act – Support

* William Viner:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Abstain
## Deposit Insurance Act – Abstain
## Bill of Rights – Oppose
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Abstain
## Financial Advisor Act – Abstain

* Roger Rockwell:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Abstain
## Deposit Insurance Act – Abstain
## Bill of Rights – Oppose
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support
## Financial Advisor Act – Support

* Janet Oliphant:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support
## Bill of Rights – Abstain
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support
## Financial Advisor Act – Support

* Silvia Collins:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Abstain
## Deposit Insurance Act – Abstain
## Bill of Rights – Oppose
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support
## Financial Advisor Act – Support

* Rachel Hoffman:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Abstain
## Deposit Insurance Act – Abstain
## Bill of Rights – Oppose
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Abstain
## Financial Advisor Act – Abstain

* Paul Thiede:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Abstain
## Deposit Insurance Act – Abstain
## Bill of Rights – Support
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Abstain
## Financial Advisor Act – Abstain

* Della Jalbert:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Abstain
## Deposit Insurance Act – Abstain
## Bill of Rights – Support
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support
## Financial Advisor Act – Abstain

* Sofia Juhl:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support
## Bill of Rights – Abstain
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support
## Financial Advisor Act – Support

* Jade Ross:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support
## Bill of Rights – Abstain
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support
## Financial Advisor Act – Support

Citizen Seats:

* Steve Carlsburg
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support
## Bill of Rights – Oppose
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Oppose
## Labor Act of 3063 – Oppose
## Financial Advisor Act – Oppose

* Jessica Ramsey:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support
## Bill of Rights – Support
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support
## Financial Advisor Act – Support

* Susanne Brandt:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support
## Bill of Rights – Support
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Oppose
## Financial Advisor Act – Abstain

* Autumn Black:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Abstain
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Abstain
## Deposit Insurance Act – Abstain
## Bill of Rights – Abstain
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Abstain
## Labor Act of 3063 – Abstain
## Financial Advisor Act – Abstain

* Grace Wright:
## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support
## Bill of Rights – Abstain
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Support
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support
## Financial Advisor Act – Support

Overall:

## Guardian Council Nominations for PJC – Support 72, Abstain 1, Oppose 7
## First Amendment to the Bank Act – Support 60, Abstain 13, Oppose 7
## Deposit Insurance Act – Support 60, Abstain 13, Oppose 7
## Bill of Rights – Support 14, Abstain 16, Oppose 50
## Vast Heaven Headquartering Act – Support 45, Abstain 28, Oppose 8
## Labor Act of 3063 – Support 59, Abstain 6, Oppose 15
## Financial Advisor Act – Support 63, Abstain 9, Oppose 8

Outcome:

The following people were appointed to the following special courts within the Peace and Justice Commission:

Lower Court
- Laurel Perera

Higher Court
-  Marta Kayembe

The following bills were passed into law:

- First Amendment to the Bank Act
- Deposit Insurance Act
- Vast Heaven Headquartering Act
- Labor Act of 3063
- Financial Advisor Act


People’s Assembly Votes (April 3063):

Panorama:

Proposals under consideration:

1. Panorama April 3063 Budget Proposal, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo.

2. Panorama Chemical Company Investment Act, submitted by Minister of Finance Denver Axo.

Regular Votes (60%):

* Denver Axo
## Panorama April 3063 Budget Proposal – Support
## Panorama Chemical Company Investment Act – Support

NPCPS Votes (40%):

## Panorama April 3063 Budget Proposal – Support 66%, Abstain 33%, Oppose 0%
## Panorama Chemical Company Investment Act – Support 66%, Abstain 33%, Oppose 0%

Total:

## Panorama April 3063 Budget Proposal – Support 86.4%, Abstain 13.6%, Oppose 0%
## Panorama Chemical Company Investment Act – Support 66%, Abstain 33%, Oppose 0%

Outcome:

The following proposals were adopted:

- Panorama April 3063 Budget Proposal
- Panorama Chemical Company Investment Act

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AFancyQuestionMark
Feb 19, 2017


The May 3063 drafting phase begins now and lasts until next Tuesday - the 11th of December - at 12:30 UTC. The budget summary for this month should be up later today.

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