SO 2017-45 Cabinet Act

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SO 2017-45 Cabinet Act

Post by Abdoa on Fri Jul 28, 2017 11:03 pm

Parliament of the Union
SO 2017-45
Cabinet Act
WHEREAS it is the belief of the Parliament of the Union that the Cabinet of the Union should be reformed, reorganized, and re-energized;
WHEREAS it is also the belief of the Parliament of the Union that the Cabinet of the Union and itself should be more closely linked to better coordinate their efforts to bring and maintain prosperity to the Union;
BE IT ORDERED by the President of the Union, with the advice of the Senators of the Union in this Parliament assembled, as follows;-
Chapter I: Standing of the Prime Minister
Article 1
The Prime Minister is the Chair of the Cabinet, but is not part of that entity, though he may appoint Ministers at his pleasure.
Chapter II: Standing of Ministers
Article 2
The “Cabinet” is the group of nations serving as Ministers of the Union, excluding the Prime Minister.
Article 3
The right of Ministers to disobey the orders of the Prime Minister is preserved, but the Prime Minister may remove any Minister at any time according to his pleasure.
Article 4
Ministers must comply with the Laws and binding Motions of Parliament which request and require them to perform certain actions.
Article 5
Within a week of his appointment of any nation as Minister, and within a week of the opening of a new Parliament, the Prime Minister must introduce a Motion of Confidence in the said Minister to Parliament, unless such a Motion has already been introduced but has not been voted on by Parliament. If that Motion of Confidence fails due to a majority of votes being cast against the Motion at the Vote, he must remove the said Minister from his office within a week.

Article 6
Ministers are not automatically dismissed at the end of the Prime Minister's term, during Prime Ministerial Elections, or during extraordinary circumstances such as when a Prime Minister resigns, is removed from office, or otherwise ceases to hold office. Ministers may only be dismissed by a sitting Prime Minister.
Chapter III: Organization of Ministries
Article 7
Each Minister may organize his Ministry according to his wishes, and may create Departments within his Ministry to do so, but he must also comply with the Laws which create Departments within his Ministry and organize the said Ministry.
Article 8
Each Minister may appoint the staff of his Ministry at his own pleasure, unless a Law says otherwise.

Article 9
When a Minister resigns, is dismissed, is impeached, or otherwise ceases to hold office, the employees of that Ministry are not automatically dismissed.
Chapter IV: New Ministry
Article 10
The ministerial position of Leader of Parliament is hereby created in the Cabinet, and it is subject to all the Laws and Sections of the Constitution of the Union dealing with Ministers, but its office-holder must be at all times a Senator of Parliament.
Article 11
The Leader of Parliament is the voice of the Cabinet and Prime Minister in Parliament, and must defend the policy of the Cabinet in Parliament.
Article 12
The Leader of Parliament may introduce bills and motions to Parliament and they must be placed in line for debate by the Chair of Parliament even if they do not have the requisite number of co-sponsors as per SO#2016-03 (“Parliamentary Procedure Orders Act”).
Chapter V: Citation
Article 13
This Act may be cited as “[The] Cabinet Act 2017”.
July 7, 2017
The Rt. Hon. Prime Minister Abdoa, MP LSM GSM
The Hon. Aralunya, MP LSM
The Rt. Hon. Minister of Jurisprudence Libertarian Democracy, MP LSM GSM

Debate scheduled July 14-16, 2017
Motion to Pass to a Vote made July 14, 2017, sustained July 15, 2017, debate suspended July 15, 2017
Vote scheduled July 15-17, 2017

Status: enacted

The Right Honorable President, the Baron Abdoa, MP LSM GSM
Senator of the Union

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