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Policies are courses of action chosen by the government. In Democracy, Democracy 2, and Democracy 3, policies are used to implement new ideas into the government and are one of the key ways to change a nation. Policies can be differentiated from situations and statistics by their colour. In Democracy, the colour of policies are blue and white, while in Democracy 2 and Democracy 3, the colour of the policies are black and white. All policies are also split up into six different categories which include transport, law and order, public services, tax, economy, and welfare.

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Different types of Policies

Policies in Democracy 3[]

Transport[]

Law & Order[]

Public Services[]

Tax[]

Economy[]

Welfare[]

Foreign Policy[]

Democracy 3 Social Engineering[]

Foreign Policy[]

Welfare[]

Economy[]

Tax[]

none

Public Services[]

Law and Order[]

Transport[]

Democracy 3 Extremism[]

Foreign Policy[]

none

Welfare[]

Economy[]

Tax[]

Public Services[]

Law and Order[]

Transport[]

Democracy 3 Clones and Drones[]

Foreign Policy[]

Welfare[]

Economy[]

Tax[]

Public Services[]

Law and Order[]

Transport[]

Democracy 3 Africa[]

Foreign Policy[]

Welfare[]

Economy[]

Tax[]

Public Services[]

Law and Order[]

Transport[]

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Policies in Democracy 4[]

Transport[]

  • Biofuel Subsidies
  • Fuel Efficiency Standards
  • Bus Lanes
  • Bus Subsidies
  • Congestion Charging
  • State Airline
  • State Rail Company
  • Car Emission Limits
  • Clean Fuel Subsidy
  • High-Speed Rail Subsidies
  • Ban Women from Driving

Law and Order[]

  • Gender Transition
  • Prison Regime
  • Tear Gas
  • Minimum Voting Age
  • Voter ID Law
  • Party Donation Limits
  • Restrict Election Adverts
  • Water Cannons
  • Rubber Bullets
  • Gay Marriage
  • Firearm Laws
  • State Voting Campaign
  • Right to Privacy
  • Unexplained Wealth Orders
  • Phone and Internet Voting
  • Right to Die
  • Needle Exchange Program
  • Limit Corporate Donors
  • State Funding of Parties
  • Flags On Every Street Corner
  • Proportionate Fines
  • Anti-corruption Agency
  • Prisoner Voting
  • Legalize Sex Work
  • Gambling
  • Compulsory Church Attendance
  • Compulsory Voting

Public Services[]

  • Ban Tobacco
  • Secularity of Education
  • State Broadcaster
  • State Postal Service
  • Art Subsidies
  • CyberBullying Awareness Campaign
  • Desalination Plants
  • Compulsory Water Meters
  • CO2 Campaign
  • Reforestation
  • Drug Treatment Scheme
  • State Water Company
  • Regulate Social Media
  • Ban Alcohol

Tax[]

  • Religious Banknotes
  • Charity Tax Relief
  • Diverted Profits Tax
  • Junk Food Tax
  • Enterprise Investment Scheme
  • Recreational Drugs Tax
  • Plastics Tax
  • Packaging Tax
  • Micro-Generation Grants
  • Ban Cryptocurrency
  • Frequent Flyer Tax
  • Empty Homes Tax
  • Cryptocurrency Taxation
  • Financial Transactions Tax
  • Religious Tax

Economy[]

  • Competition Law
  • Retirement Age
  • Minimum Wage
  • Quantitive Easing
  • Nuclear Fission
  • Carbon Capture And Storage
  • Helicopter Money
  • State energy Company
  • State Telecoms Company
  • Workers On Board
  • Ban Coal
  • Workers Dividends
  • Capital Controls

Welfare[]

  • Social Care
  • Genital Mutilation Ban (both male and female)
  • Tobacco Awareness Campaign
  • Universal Basic Income

Foreign Policy[]

  • Refugee Policy
  • Immigration Rules
  • Nuclear Weapons
  • Border Navy
  • Border Wall
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