- Sep 23, 2013
4. Safety Reform- Aye
((The investigation mechanics are over-complicated in my opinion and I think it should simply come down to a dice roll. Maybe the amount of plotters there and the length of time the Commander of the Gendarmerie has served in his position can serve as modifiers. Presumably more plotters would make it easier for an investigation to succeed and a more experienced commander would have an easier time investigating.
Also, I don't know what possible purpose the interrogations can serve.))
((Avindian, can we have a polling mechanic? Basically, we PM you to ask a region a few specific questions about politics, and depending on the politics, minorities, and demographics of that region and we get a percentage who are favorable, apathetic, and against.
Example would be this:
We PM you to ask the people of the Rheinland:
Do you support an 8 hour work day?: 45% yes, 45% no, 10% apathetic.))
I'm rather disappointed at the failure of the Fairness in Government Act. As much as it may seem counter-intuitive for a Liberal to support it, a Conservative in the coalition could be interesting. It may have also finally ended the whining on behalf of the opposition.
I highly doubt that, mister president. The opposition, with some exceptions, has completely removed themselves from reality.
My issue with the bill is that it is quite undemocratic. If only ten percent of our citizens vote for the Conservative party then why "must" they receive a place in government and an important cabinet post that gives them the power to dictate important policy? Why even bother holding elections at all if the results will be completely ignored? It makes a mockery of the democratic voice and disregards the will of the people. The situation is very similar to a monarchy in which dukes receive a place in government merely because they are dukes.