The Calabrian Parliament has passed legislation further regulating the economy and increasing government control in many sectors in an effort to help the people and farmers of Calabria-Piemonte.
Firstly, all domestic businesses deemed essential to the people and all high reaches of industry have fallen under complete government control. This includes rail service, canal and ship services, air transportation, mining, power and electric, water, factory production, telecommunications, the automotive-aircraft-and ship building industries, and print communications.
Second, all international business that isn't sponsored by a state government will be subject to joint collaboration with government compliance agencies to make sure Calabrian properties of industry are being upheld.
Third, all business that wishes to be started in Calabria-Piemonte must register as either a government supported business, essential business to the populace, or a collective business. Singular private enterprise will be discouraged and be made collective by the government.
Mauresmo Wins Premier Commission; Sets Agenda
Europolis, EUROPOLIS -- Amelie Mauresmo of French Albion received the highest honor in European politics last week; the Germain-en-Laye native won the Premier Commissioner spot on the European Commission and will now be working hard to promote ideas that would best suit Europe. Her victory outside of French Albion had been considered an upset by many, but not by the French or Mauresmo herself.
"I am honored to be serving the people of Europe, and it is my duty as a public servant to continue to listen to the ideas of my other commissioners and of the European public and go from there in modifying my agenda that I have planned. Reform within reason is what we need in Europe. A lot of things go well, and there are a lot of things that need to be improved and my colleagues and I will work hard to make sure we have a bright, positive, strong Europe," said Premier Commissioner Mauresmo from her new office in Europolis after being sworn in.
During the debate, Mauresmo promoted the ideas of peace, cooperation, and reform. IN particular, she wants to start a multinational peace-keeping force in order to respond to crises in a peace-keeping/rebuilding manner, something that Europe currently does not have. She also said that she would capture the rogue Spanish de facto leader General Villar by way of asking for an arrest warrant and trial by the European Courts of Justice. Finally, a European center for health and safety for quicker responses and distribution of vaccines and aid to nations in regards to outbreaks of diseases and other pressing health issues.
Her official stance on a new European parliament hasn't been documented yet, and in an exclusive moment, Le Monde talked to Mlle. Mauresmo about the subject.
"Honestly, I feel that the current system has been effective in legislation. What I would like to see happen is that there be a system of endorsement for legislation or legislative committee which would include non-Commission and Non-Court of Justice nations in looking at the proposed legislation and raising questions for debate and suggesting where changes could be made. Too much legislation tends to be proposed and due to one flaw, it gets lampooned. I'd rather have a process where there is what I would call a 'pre-hearing' and the Legislative Committee would suggest changes and work with the Council Speaker in guiding debate so that we have efficient and quick debates. In the representation debates, a percentage representation by population or land mass would be terrible for the smaller nations like Inquista or Calabria-Piemonte; but I also agree with the Soviet Union and Nazione Italiana that one vote per nation isn't necessarily fair when you have populations of 200 million plus. In an ideal legislative body, a bicameral legislature similar to the United States congress would work, but are European's willing to end up paying for more government at the same time? It is something that will be put up to debate on the Council floor and then we will act accordingly."
French Albion awaits the exciting reform that Ms. Mauresmo proposes.
The parliament has enacted "Hold and Secure Act". The country is now in the state of hold and secure. The National Academy has been suspended. No one is allowed in or our of the country. All affairs will continue as normal.
Daily Newspaper of the Spanish Republic
Sunday, 4th April 2010
Borders closed by government decree
Article by Felipe Peces
Madrid - The spokesman of the Military Junta, Enrique Cobo, has announced that the government has approved a decree that enforces the closing of all Spanish international borders. Mr Cobo has said all Spanish citizens abroad will have 7 days to return to the country before borders are closed. Due to this announcement, several foreign companies working in the country have announced they're leaving the Spanish market. The closing of the borders comes two weeks after the declaration of war on Germany, Russia and Italy. It's also been announced that the internet will be shut down, something which has led to massive public outcry against the government. In a similar isolationist move the Spanish representor at the European Council has been recalled back to Madrid.
Seeing that I only know a slice of the story, I shouldn't vote. But if the USSR has a strong influence on it, then here Inquista disagrees. Inquista is proberly the most or one of the most religious nations in the EU. Inquista wants to spread religion, which cannot work if communism does. Inquista is totally against the soviet control in Neo-Venetia.