That sounds... evil
Immoral and illegal in the MoA.
It doesen't track them or anything. It essentially makes a profile for them uploaded into a database, which removed the need to pay with physical money. It's less of a controlling thing and more of a thing for convenience.
And does the government have access to the information on the chips?
Asking again before I get some 'WhY aM I nOt In thErE'-s
Yeah well I wouldn't have passed the legislation if I had analyzed it more but I guess now one of our official policies is the implant of microchips on every San Medician.
You're quite complex, but not overwhelmingly so.
Oh, yeah, by the way.
Here's this for anyone who didn't see it.
Yeah. But I don't think it keeps every single detail of their life there, I think it's just the basics like name, age, gender, employment and maybe address? Maybe.
does that include puppets when you asked us.
Hmmm, sounds kinda evil. But that is just my opinion
Nope. Not necessarily.
Each district gets one Senator, then the senators get four years of office before being required to step down. A Senator can be voted out of office at any time, and then elections will be held for a replacement. Itís a nice, incredibly inefficient political system, but thatís democracy for you.
ok then cause we are 17 if you include puppets.