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Re: Parliament of Queensland

Post by RedAurora » May 2nd 2013, 11:28 pm

[centre]Queensland High Commission in Victoria, New Holland

We understand the concerns of the Commonwealth Realm of New Holland on the clarity of the recent Norfolk Island referendum. For this reason, we will suggest to Prime Minister Segon's Office and to the Federal Parliament of Queensland to hold a second referendum, with a section specifically addressing pro-independence voters.

Thank you very much.
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International Workers' Day Public Holiday Bill

Post by RedAurora » May 5th 2013, 6:12 pm

The Federal Parliament of Queensland has voted on making International Workers' Day a non-working public holiday.

Giving this day "non-working public holiday" status means that all schools and businesses must be closed, by law, on the First of May every year.

After the parliamentary hearing on the matter, the vote took place.

-63 percent has voted in favour of making 1 May a public holiday
-22 percent has voted in opposition of making 1 May a public holiday
-15 percent has abstained

By majority vote in favour, this proposal of making International Workers' Day a non-working public holiday has been passed by the Federal Parliament.

On this day, all states are hereby required, by law, to:

-Close all primary, secondary, and senior schools
-Close all private businesses with employees
-Close all Federal Public Service departments deemed non-essential (not necessary to function in the event of an emergency)
-Close all state-owned entities, including Crown entities, deemed non-essential (not necessary to function in the event of an emergency)
-Increase pay for employees of all essential Federal Public Service departments by a margin of at least 10 percent
-Increase pay for employees of all essential state-owned entities, including Crown entities, by a margin of at least 10 percent
-Increase pay for employees of all essential state-owned transportation entities by a margin of at least 10 percent

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Re: Parliament of Queensland

Post by Thomas » May 5th 2013, 6:13 pm

Bloody communists.

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Re: Parliament of Queensland

Post by RedAurora » May 5th 2013, 6:14 pm

Getting called communists for wanting to improve working conditions... :P

Thanks for commenting. :D
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Re: Parliament of Queensland

Post by Thomas » May 5th 2013, 6:15 pm

Emir wrote:Getting called communists for wanting to improve working conditions... :P

Thanks for commenting. :D
Improving working conditions by... stopping people working.

Great policy. :lol:
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Re: Parliament of Queensland

Post by RedAurora » May 5th 2013, 6:17 pm

We allow people to not work, so they can make peaceful protests and demonstrations on the day. That way, you see, they can express their needs and their ideas to improve working conditions.

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Re: Parliament of Queensland

Post by Thomas » May 5th 2013, 6:20 pm

Emir wrote:We allow people to not work, so they can make peaceful protests and demonstrations on the day. That way, you see, they can express their needs and their ideas to improve working conditions.

:P
I'm sure productivity will soar. :D
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Re: Parliament of Queensland

Post by RedAurora » May 5th 2013, 6:26 pm

Thomas: The government will review its existing policies and conduct researches based on what the workers want, to find a way to keep the productivity as it is and grant better working conditions ;) I mean, we're not that stupid :lol:

There is one more bill, btw :P

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The Parliament of Queensland has voted on placing immediate autonomous sanctions against the Kingdom of Friega.

-78 percent has voted in favour of immediate autonomous sanctions
-14 percent has voted in opposition of immediate autonomous sanctions
-08 percent has abstained

The Parliament has placed into effect autonomous sanctions against the Kingdom.

The extent of the sanctions are:

-Economic sanctions: No financial aid will be sent to the government of the said nation, trading will not take place with the government of the said nation
-Military sanctions: No military personnel will be sent to aid the government of the said nation, military equipment will not be sold or given to the government of the said nation
-Diplomatic sanctions: Ban of establishing diplomatic relations with the said nation will be enforced

*Queensland's policies on migration and travel, to and from the said nation will NOT be affected, however travel alerts may soon be issued

These sanctions may be removed under the following circumstances:

-Change in government: Replacement of the current government of the said nation
-Reforms: Reforms in favour of democratisation of the said nation
-Change in foreign policy: Severing of relations with the People's Social Republic of Moritz

*The Liberal Monarchist Bloc, the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, the European Union, the United Nations Security Council, and the Alliance of Independent Nations Security Council all may influence these sanctions
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Re: Parliament of Queensland

Post by Agunter999 » May 5th 2013, 7:15 pm

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Friega is to say the least annoyed about such sanctions put upon Friega. We would also state that there is to be no change in the current form of government. However the government is currently in talks of removing any relationship with Moritz due to no response from Moritz. We are glad however that travel will not be effected as a political disagreement should not disrupt the holidays of our citizens

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Re: Parliament of Queensland

Post by RedAurora » May 15th 2013, 11:17 pm

The Parliament of Queensland has voted on placing immediate autonomous sanctions against the Islamic Federation of Riyadh.

-91 percent has voted in favour of immediate autonomous sanctions
-03 percent has voted in opposition of immediate autonomous sanctions
-06 percent has abstained

The Parliament has placed into effect autonomous sanctions against the RIF.

The extent of the sanctions are:

-Economic sanctions: No financial aid will be sent to the government of the said nation, trading will not take place with the government of the said nation
-Military sanctions: No military personnel will be sent to aid the government of the said nation, military equipment will not be sold or given to the government of the said nation
-Diplomatic sanctions: Diplomatic relations will remain severed as long as the sanctions are in effect

*Queensland's policies on migration and travel to the said nation will NOT be affected, however travel alerts will soon be issued.
*Immigration laws will be relaxed for Riyadi citizens migrating (or hoping to migrate) to Queensland. Applications and prerequisites to be given asylum in Queensland will also be relaxed for Riyadi citizens.

These sanctions may be removed under the following circumstances:

-Removal of nuclear warheads from the RIF

*The Liberal Monarchist Bloc, the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, the European Union, the United Nations Security Council, and the Alliance of Independent Nations Security Council all may influence these sanctions.
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