Supreme Court 最高裁判所
+2 to repression in all regions すべての地域で抑圧+2
Reduces administration costs 管理コスト削減 0になる？
Nation-wide effects only apply when this building is in your home region
+4 to repression in the region 地域の抑圧+4
+25% bonus to region tax income 地域税の収入+25％
Enables research of: 研究可能になる
Enables recruitment and reppenishment of：民兵
A supreme court is the most magnificent setting for legal matters, but it is also a symbol of the rule of law.
And those laws may have a great deal to do with keeping the people in order, rather
than granting them life and liberty. This building adds greatly to the repression of the
people and, because of the sanctions that judgements here can impose, it also makes
the job of tax collection much more efficient. An errant taxpayer dragged before this
court should be in fear of losing more than just his purse! The threat of law is also the
sanction that is required for recruiting soldiery.
In addition to his military genius, Napoleon is also well known for his code of laws, the
Code Civil, that established an easily understood legal framework in 1805. This was not
the only law code that the Revolution produced. The Penal Code of 1791 simplified the
criminal justice system too. Despite being codes of justice, the codes were not all that
fair to everyone concerned: the accused in a criminal case, for example, was not
necessarily allowed a defence lawyer. By not being bound by precedent, cases were
argued on their apparent merits, not on whether previous legal judgements could be
used to sway the judge with the power of tradition.