Motions

Motion #4

Law Reform - Discharging a Firearm

Law 11.9 is currently:

11.9 Discharging a Firearm

Any person who discharges their firearm in a public or private property, unless for Self Defence and the Defence of Others (see law 2.1) commits an offence.

Infraction - liable to $2,000 maximum fine.


This motion proposes that the punishment is changed to either of the following:

  • Misdemeanor liable to 3 years maximum imprisonment, $2,000 maximum Fine, and asset forfeiture.
  • Infraction liable to $2,000 maximum Fine, and asset forfeiture.

Citizens will be able to vote for one of the following options:

  • Add 3 years and asset forfeiture to the maximum punishment
  • Add asset forfeiture to the maximum punishment
  • Do not change the law
Motion #5

Law Reform - Collisions

Law 12.8 is currently:

12.8 Collisions

Drivers involved in a collision with any person or object must stop at the scene of the incident and inform the police of the incident.

Infraction - liable to $2,000 maximum fine.


This motion proposes that Law 12.8 is changed to:

12.8 Collisions

Drivers involved in a collision with any person or object must stop at the scene of the incident and inform the emergency services of the incident. Any person deemed responsible for causing a collision by a law enforcement officer, is responsible for paying for the repairs of any damaged caused, if requested by other parties. Imprisonment is only a possible punishment at collisions that have caused injury to other parties.

Misdemeanor - liable to $2,500 maximum fine and 3 years maximum imprisonment.


Citizens will be able to vote for one of the following options:

  • Change the law to the new wording
  • Do not change the law
Motion #6

Law Reform - 8.3 Possession of Restricted Substances with Intent to Produce

Law 8.3 is currently:

8.3 Possession of Restricted Substances with Intent to Produce

Any restricted substance shall be illegal to possess with the intent to produce further narcotics.

Misdemeanor - liable to 4 years maximum imprisonment, $4,000 maximum fine and asset forfeiture.


This motion proposes changing the maximum punishment to:

Misdemeanor - liable to 4 years maximum imprisonment, $4,000 maximum fine, asset forfeiture and Eviction from the property.


Citizens will be able to vote for one of the following options:

  • Add eviction from the property to the maximum punishment
  • Do not change the law