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Mario Aguila
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The rules:
"The player who has the most overall votes after the bidding,
selects exactly 2 bills".


It's mandatory to choose 2 new bills?
 
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John Earles
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marioaguila wrote:
The rules:
"The player who has the most overall votes after the bidding,
selects exactly 2 bills".


It's mandatory to choose 2 new bills?


Yes, 2 of the 4 bills turned over in the Bills phase will be chosen by the player who has the most total votes (unplayed character value, Townhall, and bought with pesos ) in the Parliament phase.

These two bills will be passed and take effect immediately.
 
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In other words, you can not win the election with the sole purpose of maintaining the existing laws.
 
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marioaguila wrote:
In other words, you can not win the election with the sole purpose of maintaining the existing laws.


There are four law bills turned over (one from each type); you are choosing two of these to enact. These two will override any existing law of the same type (if there is one).

Early in the game there may be fewer existing laws in place, in which case you can potentially keep those and opt to enact other types of bills, but once there is at least one act of each type in play then two of these will change.

If you have the Church, you can take one of the four bills "off the table", but still two of the remaining three will be chosen in the Parliament phase.
 
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marioaguila wrote:
In other words, you can not win the election with the sole purpose of maintaining the existing laws.


Correct.
 
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dkeisen wrote:
marioaguila wrote:
In other words, you can not win the election with the sole purpose of maintaining the existing laws.


Correct.


Indeed it is
 
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marioaguila wrote:
In other words, you can not win the election with the sole purpose of maintaining the existing laws.


The purpose of the Church is to maintain a given law every turn, by preventing a new law from replacing it.
 
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