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Making a reform for past task

In the past, I decided to allow lobbyists to stay in the government. Now I see that we are very corrupt and that makes our economy bad. How to veto the past decision?

12.12.2018 23:39
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RE: Making a reform for past task

First of, I am sorry that you had to wait for a response for so long.

With respect to your question: There is no going back feature in Ars Regendi. In fact, it is part of the game play that you are supposed to make errors and to learn from them.

That being said, corruption is not only affected by the lobbyists task, but also by many others. Like most state parameters, corruption also depends on many other variables. To give an example from personal observations: A low net income to cost of living ratio will make your citizens more corrupt, since most people struggle to increase their monthly budget.


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03.02.2019 19:45
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RE: Making a reform for past task

MrProper Wrote:
First of, I am sorry that you had to wait for a response for so long.

With respect to your question: There is no going back feature in Ars Regendi. In fact, it is part of the game play that you are supposed to make errors and to learn from them.

That being said, corruption is not only affected by the lobbyists task, but also by many others. Like most state parameters, corruption also depends on many other variables. To give an example from personal observations: A low net income to cost of living ratio will make your citizens more corrupt, since most people struggle to increase their monthly budget.


Thanks you for your attention.

04.02.2019 16:28
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