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« on: November 17, 2007, 12:19:21 pm »

Campaigning for Invalidation of Votes Bill

Section 1: Definition of Crime
1. It shall be a crime against the Republic of Atlasia for any citizen who may be called upon to make a determination as to the validity of a ballot cast in a federal election, including but not limited to the voting booth administrator, to instruct or encourage a voter who has already cast his or her ballot to take an action that would have the effect of invalidating the ballot.
2. For the purposes of this statute, federal election shall extend to (but is not limitied to) any election for President, Vice-President or Senator, any federal impeachment vote, and any public vote sanctioned by Law which requires that an officer of the federal government administer it.
3. The instruction or encouragement of a voter shall be interpreted to include any action which indicates the possibility of invalidating a vote to affect a federal election.

Section 2: Trial and Punishment
1. Trial of this crime shall be in accordance with the Consolidated Criminal Justice Act.
2. Sentencing of the crime shall be by the Presiding Justice; He may use any combination of the following as punishment, depending upon the severity of the offense:
         (i) Up to a four month ban from voting in any elections.
         (ii) Up to a two month ban from holding any office under the Republic of Atlasia.
Credit to Peter for coming up with it.
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« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2008, 05:50:41 pm »

So, we're trying to encourage the teaching of languages of international significance.

But not everyone will be an international busy-ness-man. How do kid's who'll grow up to become brickies, mechanics or office workers benefit from failing to learn Chinese at school?

How will they benefit from learning Italian? Foreign language teaching is designed to offer the basics to everyone because we cannot be sure at a high school age who will do what, and it would absurdly presumptuous of us to deny certain students that opportunity simply based on the current situation.
well, there is a significant presence of Italian phrases in the arts, so someone who is into that may want to know Italian.
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« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2008, 11:09:47 pm »
« Edited: February 23, 2008, 11:11:47 pm by Senator Sensei »

Legislative Sponsorship Assumption Act

1- In order to gain sponsorship of a bill abandoned by another Senator, said attempted assumption of sponsorship must be accepted by a majority of the Senate.

2- All laws or parts of laws contradicting section 1 are hereby repealed.

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