SEPARATION OF POWERS ACT

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SEPARATION OF POWERS ACT

Post by Abdoa on Sat Oct 31, 2015 11:14 pm

Abdoa proposes the following Bill to Parliament. Those who wish to endorse it, please put your names at the end.

SENATE OF THE PARLIAMENTARY UNION

SENATE ORDER 2015-3

TITLE:     SEPARATION OF POWERS ACT

WHEREAS:     in a full democracy, the executive, legislative and judicial powers are well and truly separated;

WHEREAS:    currently the Constitution does not explicitly address this issue in a direct manner, be it therefore

ORDERED:    that no member of this Parliament may at the same time be a member of the Executive, whether elected as President or Prime Minister, or appointed as a minister of the Cabinet;

ORDERED:    that likewise no member of the Executive may at the same time be a member of this Parliament;

ORDERED:    that if a Senator wishes to become a member of the Executive, whether elected or appointed, they must resign their seat in this Parliament before submitting their candidature;

ORDERED:    that likewise, if a member of the Executive wishes to become a Senator in this Parliament, they must resign their post in the Executive before submitting their candidature.

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Re: SEPARATION OF POWERS ACT

Post by Libertarian Democracy on Sun Nov 01, 2015 12:19 am

Libertarian Democracy believes that this proposal could be seen as out-of-scope for this legislature. We, however, would support this as a Constitutional Amendment.

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Re: SEPARATION OF POWERS ACT

Post by The Kingdom of Stornland on Sun Nov 01, 2015 10:33 am

Stornland supports this proposal, but wishes to make a few amendments once it gets to the Debate Hall.
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Re: SEPARATION OF POWERS ACT

Post by Mareut on Tue Nov 03, 2015 6:09 am

Mareut supports this bill as a Constitutional Amendment

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Re: SEPARATION OF POWERS ACT

Post by Abdoa on Wed Nov 04, 2015 1:19 am

In the light of the recommendations made by our fellow Honorable Senators of this Parliament, we wish to withdraw this bill from Parliament to be resubmitted later as a constitutional amendment.

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