5 days after you voted, you might be wondering, what happened already?
The answer is simple: Both a lot and nothing
A lot has happened, new ministers have taken a place, the gov talked and talked and talked to each other, plans are made and within the government it is more clear what can and can't happen.
Nothing has happened that directly effects you (besides a MoD strike that is still busy at the time of writing), so you might have the impression that everyone still has a hangover from the party we had after election night (more than 70% of the vote is, after all, worth partying)
In order to keep the curious informed what has happened already:
*) The Blue Ribbon Commission has been formed. It has 5 members that represent our population. Unfortunately, not every person that was approached answered the request to take part of it and some refused it.
The BRC consists out of Jofroi, Critically, Don DiegoF, p0lluxx, BelgiumGeneral and their discussions will be done with attendance of the CP.
Together we will try to optimise our citizen programs to everyone's benefit.
*) CoT members may think that eBelgium is full of people that are always online. We have frequently contact with the different members and realise that soon we will be able to make an announcement. Due circumstances beyond the control of our beloved nation, this announcement couldn't be made yet.
*) Two of our citizens donated Q7 guns to the MoD Department in order to do a MoD strike that doesn't influence our budget. All eBe citizens are/were welcome to join and received the weapons they needed to hit in a CoT-battle chosen by the MoD.
*) A new immigration officer has been selected, Kiyonori Dragnier, who already showed his value with the fast responses and topic creations. While he still is being coached (it is his first active role in eBe), he is one of the key-figures in order to make some immigration guidelines. We hope that these guidelines, binding for the gov-appointed IO, will be finished before the end of the weekend. Then they will be presented to congress, who is free to adopt them as well.
That was it for today,
I hope you all enjoyed the first days and see you all around
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