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Council of Governors - Emergency Conscription Act (Passed, Archive please)

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Current Votes on this bill so far: 4 aye, 3 nay, 0 abstain, 2 not voted (Bill proposed 11:03 am PST 02/09/17; 36 hour grace period ends at 11:03 PM PST 02/09/17)

Emergency Conscription Act



Last edited by Governor Gollvieg on Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:15 pm; edited 1 time in total

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I cast my vote for Aye.

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Given it is now going to pass I will for one last time ask for a compromise on this bill.

When an offensive is called, that we ask conscripts if they would be willing to serve overseas, and that those who do, be given the benefits of being a volunteer soldier. Those who don't volunteer may still be used in the offensive, but will be preferenced for staying on the homefront as national guard or in the factories or farms. That seems reasonable doesn't it?

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Governor WhiskeyWhiskers wrote:Given it is now going to pass I will for one last time ask for a compromise on this bill.

When an offensive is called, that we ask conscripts if they would be willing to serve overseas, and that those who do get the benefits of being a volunteer soldier, those who don't volunteer may still be used in the offensive, but will be preferenced for staying on the homefront as national guard or in the factories or farms. That seems reasonable doesn't it?

I can accept that compromise. Bradley what do you think?

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Governor WhiskeyWhiskers wrote:Given it is now going to pass I will for one last time ask for a compromise on this bill.

When an offensive is called, that we ask conscripts if they would be willing to serve overseas, and that those who do, be given the benefits of being a volunteer soldier. Those who don't volunteer may still be used in the offensive, but will be preferenced for staying on the homefront as national guard or in the factories or farms. That seems reasonable doesn't it?


I can agree to that.

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Thank you for allowing compromise when you had nothing to gain except a better piece of legislation.

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Governor WhiskeyWhiskers wrote:Thank you for allowing compromise when you had nothing to gain except a better piece of legislation.

Is the wording to your liking?.

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Yes, I believe that will work.

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From the back of the room. "What about government employees? How will this affect civil workers?"

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Thorne Redmane wrote:From the back of the room. "What about government employees? How will this affect civil workers?"


Essentials like Government workers are exempt. Besides that is not many people.

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Good to know. Mainly asking for myself. Selfish I know, but I needed to know for certain.

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Governor Bradley3000 wrote:
Thorne Redmane wrote:From the back of the room. "What about government employees? How will this affect civil workers?"


Essentials like Government workers are exempt. Besides that is not many people.

OOC: Suddenly the restroom down the hall ruptures in a tidal wave of sewage because we conscripted all the sanitaition workers.

I thought Central owned all essential companies?

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Governor Gollvieg wrote:
Governor Bradley3000 wrote:
Thorne Redmane wrote:From the back of the room. "What about government employees? How will this affect civil workers?"


Essentials like Government workers are exempt. Besides that is not many people.

OOC: Suddenly the restroom down the hall ruptures in a tidal wave of sewage because we conscripted all the sanitaition workers.

I thought Central owned all essential companies?

You mean the CCAF? yes that is true, although if we were to ever trigger this then that would probably nor be the case as it would be far in the future......hopefully.

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Bill passed, Please Archive

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