Union Continuity Act
WHEREAS the Founder has absolute control over internal Union elections;
WHEREAS the proper, efficient, and timely conduct of such election is essential to the proper functioning of the Union Parliament and Government;
BE IT ORDERED by the President of the Union, with the advice and consent of the Senators of the Union here assembled in Parliament, as follows;-
If by two days following the prescribed constitutional date, the Founder has not called elections that should be held on such date, the Founder's powers as described in Article IV Section 3 of the Constitution of the Union are automatically delegated to Cabinet, which within two (2) days will appoint by unanimous vote a Temporary Elections Official from within the Cabinet to exercise such powers.
a) All Bills of Parliament which have been to the President for assent or veto will become law by default at the dissolution of the Parliament which passed them if the President has not given his assent or veto to them by such time, and the provisions of this Article apply retroactively and to this Act also.
b) This Article shall not apply if the bill in question was passed by Parliament less than four (4) days prior to the dissolution of Parliament.
This Act may be cited as "[The] Union Continuity Act ".
December 23, 2017
The Right Honourable Minister of Jurisprudence Libertarian Democracy, RO MP LSM GSM
Debate Scheduled 24 - 27 December 2017
Motion to Pass to a Vote Tabled 24 December 2017
Motion Sustained 24 December 2017
Voting Scheduled 24 - 27 December 2017
Vote Passed 27 December 2017
Presidential Assent Given 30 December 2017
The Right Honourable Minister of Jurisprudence Lord Libertarian Democracy, RO MP LSM GSM
Baron of the Union
Speaker pro Tempore of Parliament
General-Secretary of the Classical Liberal Party
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