Quarter 47 - Winter 2001

Open tasks

Title Urgency Categories Assignment
Fair Trade extremely high Economy, Abroad 13.02.2019 09:57
Free Speech on the Internet high Rights, Media 17.02.2019 15:25
Family Liability high Rights, Family 14.02.2019 20:09
Credit Trade high Economy, Abroad 18.02.2019 10:53
Discipline high Health, Education 12.02.2019 07:40
Culture coupons high Education, Media 16.02.2019 08:51
Prohibition normal Health, Rights 16.02.2019 08:50

Former decisions had the following consequences:

Faltering private banks are not supported by the government.
Random event: publicity protests against the intended shooting of a supposed problem bear
Taxation on emissions increase research, but discourage new investments in the energy industry.
Because the unemployed and poor can no longer buy alcohol legally, bootlegging becomes a lucrative and widespread business.
Admission criteria for the public 'elite' universities are so strict that only the brightest minds are accepted.
tedious international negotiations eventually result in Makreich retreating from Name
Suicide is big business in Name.
autistic people are educated in their own expensive kindergarten and school classes
The people of Name appreciate very much the government's guarantee of the freedom of speech.
Foreign countries wonder why the citizens of Name don't join in when their anthem is performed.