TAKEBE, Seidaikei (DFNS) - The 2nd Federal Assembly held its eighth session on Monday and it approved a new law on waifu regulation.
According to the new law, the Ministry of Waifu Affairs has been established in order to deal with all issues related to waifus.
Also, the new law requires the registration of all waifus to the Daikoku federal government through the Ministry of Waifu Affairs.
The failure to register one's waifu shall lead to the invalidation of one's possession of a waifu and one shall be subject to arrest and detention on the grounds of Article 21, Sections 44, 45 and 46 of the Criminal Law of the Daikoku Federation.
According to the Federal Assembly of the Daikoku Federation, the passing of the new law on waifu regulation aims to curb the increasing volume of waifu possession-related incidences.
"We aim to end the unnecessary violence in the territory of the Daikoku Federation brought upon by waifu claiming," a deputy in the Federal Assembly of the Daikoku Federation told the DFNS.
The new law was met with approval by the general Daikoku population with one saying: "Finally, I can be assured that my waifus are no longer going to be stolen," said a citizen from the Kingdom of Treisia, who boasts of having 84 registered waifus.
Another one said: "I shall go to the Ministry of Waifu Affairs right now and have my waifus registered and secured."
But there was also dissatisfaction to the new law with one saying: "This new law is a violation of human rights since it violates my right to enjoy my waifus," says an unemployed man.
The Ministry of Waifu Affairs has been accepting waifu registrations since yesterday with 257 waifus being registered to 6 citizens.
The new law is going to be implemented starting today.