Welcome friends and readers to the second part of my guide to the House of Commons.
In this section I will be looking at two areas of the function of Parliament, one which is a game mechanic ability and the second which governs the interactions of Parliament, the government and a multitude of other things.
Probably the most contentious issue between the parties, there is no definitive way to handle this at all. Only those elected to Parliament can let people into our nation with their passes, so this is an important role. To let someone into the UK, you first need to find them on the society page, you find it on the flag just beside you profile name. If you are in another country, just scroll through to the UK.
This is the society page, where it says 'requests' lets you onto the citizen page, which looks something like this:
Here you can see those asking for citizenship in the United Kingdom. There will be a load of interesting reasons for why they want into the UK. Now, the decision is: should I accept, and, can I accept? Below is an image showing citizenship passes. Remember these, you get 4 of these every month you get elected. Each lets in 1 citizen, as you can see, I have already used one. You find these on the top right corner of the citizenship applications page.
Now, you can accept citizens, but, what should you look for? Generally, the stronger they are, and the higher the level, the better for our nation. Generally. There are risks. Letting someone into the nation means they get a vote in our elections and letting too many hostiles into the nation can create problems as seen in the USA where they have faced the AFA threat of taking over their nation for months. This is gradual process until they build up a large enough population to influence, so, with that in mind, as a rule of thumb avoid nations that hate us, like France, Canada or the USA. Unless they are known figures.
Usually, again, people from allied nations can be let in without any real fear, like Poland or Serbia. On this request page, we have a German, Spaniard and a Turk. Now, on the balance of just who they are, I would reject the Turk as an enemy nation, accept the Spaniard as we are friends and consult on the German as a nuetral.
Those to seek advice and guidance from are people with experience in Foreign Affairs, the best people are probably Kravenn, Waynekerr, Jimbojoy and Iain Keers.
We are currently debating, for the millionith time, a citizenship procedure, so, at the moment there isn't one, only guidelines. My basic maxim is "when in doubt, ask Iain Keers".\
Well, this is all for today. Next article will be on Forums, Legislation and the "Ideal Government"
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