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A Court Function

While Ars-Regendi certainly has a viable economic and political function, I was thinking that a "Courts" function be added.

Essentially, cases would be presented (much like tasks) to a Supreme Court who either uphold or strike down the case. The impact could have rather broad implications for example, striking down a case in favor of citizen surveillance may boost civil rights and popularity but lower crime safety and thus increase crime.


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RE: A Court Function

Cases like this are already present in the Tasks section... The only implication of your idea would be laws and changing them ,also fractional pearliaments so if you are Presiden you would also have to have a strong Party to pass the laws in the Pearliament ....


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10.02.2013 03:14
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