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The Government's position towards the administration of law. Editovat

There are regional courts, but decisions of regional courts may be appealed to national courts (if the right to appeal exists).

There is a uniform system of courts across the nation.

There are regional courts that have jurisdiction over questions of regional law and national courts that have jurisdiction over questions of national law.

There are no courts, the Head of State will determine what's right or wrong.

There are no courts.

The right to appeal against a judgementrendered by a court. Editovat

Every person has the right to appeal against a judgement and to have it reviewed by a higher court.

Every person has the right to appeal to the Minister of Justice to have a judgement reviewed by another court.

Judgements may only be appealed against for grave procedural errors.

All judgements are final and binding; appealing against them is not possible

Voting Rights of Criminals Editovat

Criminals released from jail are allowed to vote.

Criminals released from jail are not allowed to vote.

Criminals released from jail are allowed to vote after a certain period of time.

Criminals are always allowed to vote, regardless if they're in jail or not.

The decision is left to the local government

Curfew policy. (Curfew time to be determined in the Bill description) Editovat

No curfew policies may be established.

Local governments may set curfews, but national government does not.

Minors may not use streets or public property beyond the curfew time.

No-one may use streets or public property beyond the curfew time.

Local governments may impose curfews, but only if a state of emergency has been declared.

The national government may impose curfews, but only if a state of emergency has been declared.

Government policy with respect to the death penalty. Editovat

The death penalty is illegal and is never to be applied.

The death penalty is not applied, except for terrorism, treason and crimes against mankind.

The death penalty is applied for capital crimes.

The death penalty is applied to most minor and all major criminal offences.

Religious doctrine determines the death penalty.

Local governments may choose whether or not to administer the death penalty for capital crimes

The government's position towards the use of Forensic DNA databases. Editovat

Only DNA from persons convicted of crime is recorded.

All citizens' DNA is recorded.

DNA from persons accused or convicted for a crime is recorded.

No DNA is recorded.

The decision on forensic DNA databases is left to local governments.

The terms of extradition. Editovat

Extradition to nations with capital punishment or with cruel or inhumane treatment of suspects and convicts is not allowed.

The law does not limit the power of the government to pursue extradition treaties.

Extradition to nations with capital punishment is not allowed, unless there are assurances that the death penalty will not be imposed.

Extradition to nations that practice cruel or inhumane treatment of suspects or in punishment is not allowed.

The law bars the government from extraditing anyone who is a citizen of the state.

The government's policy concerning gated communities. Editovat

The private sector can set up gated communities.

No gated communities are allowed

The government sets up gated communities.

Both the government and the private sector can set up gated communities.

Only gated communities are allowed.

The government's stance on illegal aliens. Editovat

The government does not actively search for illegal aliens, but expels them from the country when discovered.

The government actively searches houses for illegal aliens and expels them from the country.

The government actively searches houses for illegal aliens and puts them in integration centers if discovered.

The government does not actively search for illegal aliens, but puts them in integration centers if discovered.

The government ignores illegal aliens.

Dealing with illegal aliens is left to local governments.

Government provision of legal aid to the accused. Editovat

Legal representation for defendants in criminal trials is paid for by the state.

Legal representation for defendants in criminal trials is paid for by the state for defendants with low incomes.

Legal representation is never paid for by the state

Malpractice suits. Editovat

Malpractice suits may be brought against doctors.

Malpractice suits may not be brought.

Malpractice suits may be brought against doctors only if death occurs.

Malpractice regulations are left to the locality of the practicing doctor.

Only a medical regulatory body can prosecute a doctor for malpractice.

Tort reform on non-civil lawsuits. Editovat

There is a cap on monetary damages awarded to patients in lawsuits.

There is no cap on monetary damages awarded to patients in lawsuits.

Lawsuits may only provide money for medical and legal expenses.

Lawsuits may only be filed to force the defendent to revise their actions.

Parliamentary Privilege Editovat

Members of the national legislative body are exempted from any civil or criminal liability fot their speech or actions, but this immunity can be overruled by a vote in the nation's legislative body.

Members of the national legislative body are exempted from any civil or criminal liability for their speech or actions related with the performance of their duties during their term of office.

Members of the national legislative body are exempted from any civil or criminal liability for their speech or actions related or unrelated with the performance of their duties during their term of of

Members of the national legislative body are not exempt from any civil or criminal liability for their speech or actions during their term of office.

Legality of judicial physical punishment Editovat

All forms of physical punishment are illegal.

Judicial corporal punishment (eg. caning or flogging) is legal.

Judicial corporal punishment that causes permanent injury (eg. mutilation) is legal.

National Police Department Editovat

There is a national police department, funded by the government.

The government competitively subcontracts security management to private security firms.

The operation and funding of the police department is left to the local government.

There is a national police department funded by the national government and there are local police departments, funded by local governments.

The government does not operate or fund any police.

The weapons used by police forces. Editovat

Police officers may only carry non-lethal weapons apart from specially trained firearms units

Police officers carry standard firearms.

Police officers may only carry non-lethal weapons.

Police officers carry military-grade equipment.

Police officers may only carry standard firearms apart from specially trained firearms units

Government's policy towards the powers of the Police. Editovat

The police may arrest crime suspects.

The police may arrest citizens for any reason.

The powers of the police are not restricted.

Powers of police are left to the local government .

The government has no policy towards the powers of the police.

The government's policy towards police presence. Editovat

The police patrol public property at all times.

The police do not actively patrol public property.

Presence of the police is left to the local governments.

The police patrol all property at all times.

Police Searches Editovat

The police cannot search a person or their property without their consent unless the police have obtained a warrant from a court.

The police cannot search a person or their property without their consent unless the police have obtained a warrant from a court or in cases of imminent danger.

The police cannot search a person or their property without their consent unless the police have obtained a warrant from a court or have reasonable grounds to suspect that a crime was committed.

The police can search a person or their property without restrictions.

Local governments deal with this issue

The use of torture for obtaining information. Editovat

Torture is never allowed.

It is at the discretion of the police officer to torture suspects for information.

Suspects can only be tortured under grave emergencies where the information is vital.

Education in prisons. Editovat

An education plan for prisoners is provided to improve rehabilitati

Prisoners are not given any form of education.

== Prison policy concerning prisoner labor. == Able-bodied prisoners have to work during the day.

Prisoners are interned and do not work in prisons.

Prisoners can do certain jobs in prison, voluntarily, for a small wage.

Public executions (if death penalty is legal) Editovat

Executions are always carried out in private; only necessary personnel are allowed to be present, which might include spiritual advisers.

Executions are always carried out in private; however, family members, the victim and the victim's relatives are allowed to be present.

Executions may be carried out in public and/or be broadcast on television.

Executions are always carried out in public and/or broadcast on television.

Local government decide the legality of public executions.

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