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Parliament 27 April 2019

April 27 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm UTC+0

10th Parliament of WolvHaven

Please note that there will be a scheduled parliament session on the day of this event.

Outline (Times in UTC +-0):

  • 13 45 Prayers
  • 14 00 Business of the day
  • Afterwards Questions without notice
  • Afterwards Motions

Submit a bill

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  • Bill Name:
  • Bill Link:
  • Opening Speech:

Submit a motion

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Details

Date:
April 27
Time:
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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2 Replies to “Parliament 27 April 2019”

  1. Bill Name: Gardellia Claim Registry Bill
    Bill Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fSgcEnEy_bxemvwKSBTs6Xgdfb_Q1Hu5NhovIwkOuko/edit
    Opening Speech: The Gardellia Abandoned Claims Enforcement team cannot complete its purpose without adequate data of which claims are owned by who. Currently, up to date data is lacking as staff manually need to enter when a new claim is made. This bill seeks to make it mandatory for existing and new players to declare and register their Gardellia claims.

  2. Bill Name: Permanent Residency (Referendum) Bill
    Bill Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/16tzHnEIDYlT7xweEF0yQ1fGm6463ZgIy9HEuAjw-lKs/edit
    Opening Speech: As a final part of the process to introduce the new Permanent Residency rank, this government believes that the public should have a say in what form they want the new rank to take or ultimately whether they believe it is necessary at all. It is, in this case, my pleasure to present to this house this bill which provides the legal precedent to hold such a referendum.

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