As opposed to previous months, when the Senate only voted on a single proposal per month, November saw an increase in activity.
No vote took place the first week of November, as the presidential election happened instead. The following week then saw vote on establishment of diplomatic relations with the Kingdom of Radoslavia and Duchy of Firburg, both passed unanimously with six supports including the Premier, and an proposal to classify islam as a dangerous ideology, which was rejected as only two votes (including the Premier) supporting and four opposing the motion. One citizenship application was also rejected. 20 people were absent during the voting.
The next week saw two motions proposed, reclassification of islam was proposed again, as well as Act of Proposal Presenting Limit. The Act passed by 8 votes in support and three against, the former proposal again failed to receive enough support with only 5 votes for and 6 against. The Premier supported both proposals, 15 people were absent.
The last week’s voting only consisted of one motion, signature of a treaty of diplomatic relations with the Kingdom of Latvania. The motion failed, as while received 5 supports and 2 opposes, the Premier voted against the proposal. One citizenship application was also rejected. 20 people were absent.