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SO 2016-14 Administrative Officials Act

Post by Nassau-Windsor on Sat Sep 10, 2016 2:48 pm

SO 2016-14 Administrative Officials Act

An Act of Parliament to regulate the specific number of Administrative Officials within Our Region other than the Founder.

WHEREAS Article 1, Section D, Subsection 6 of Our Constitution requires Parliament to pass an Act of Parliament regulating the specific number of Regional Administrative Officers and Administrative Members;

BELIEVING that Parliament should make such an Act of Parliament without further delay;

BE IT ENACTED by Parliament and the Cabinet, by and with the consent and advise of the Founder, in this present assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:-


Article 1
Untill Parliament decides otherwise, there shall from this moment on be one (1) Regional Administrative Officer, appointed by the Founder.

Article 2
Untill Parliament decides otherwise, there shall from this moment on be two (2) Administrative Members, appointed by the Founder.

Article 3
The Regional Administrative Officers and the Administrative Members shall have the powers and duties regulated in the Constitutional Amendment named "The Region's Administrative Branch 2016", as well as those that are devolved or conferred upon them by the Founder.

Article 4
The Founder shall appoint his Regional Administrative Officers and Administrative Members promptly. He shall inform Parliament about the appointments.

Article 5
The Founder may grant the aforementioned positions, privileges, powers and duties at any time, but not before he revoked them of another member holding such position. If and when the Founder does so, he shall inform Parliament promptly.

Article 6
The Founder shall contact the member which he decided to grant any of the aforementioned positions and give that member an overview of his duties, privileges and powers.

Article 7
The Founder may neither appoint himself to any of the aforementioned offices, nor may he appoint a single member to more than one such position.

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Re: SO 2016-14 Administrative Officials Act

Post by Libertarian Democracy on Sat Sep 10, 2016 3:33 pm

This is a good bill, but unfortunately it carries no weight, because the Constitutional Amendment it depends on is not yet law.

(PUT IT UP FOR VOTING STAGE 2 ALREADY!)
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Re: SO 2016-14 Administrative Officials Act

Post by Nassau-Windsor on Sat Sep 10, 2016 6:56 pm

Libertarian Democracy wrote:This is a good bill, but unfortunately it carries no weight, because the Constitutional Amendment it depends on is not yet law.

(PUT IT UP FOR VOTING STAGE 2 ALREADY!)

Then why did you sign it into law? (As it is currently located at The President's Office with your sign under it.)

And also, there were a minimum 6 Senators required of to vote. 6 Senators did vote and all of them voted in favour of the Bill. This means, considering your sign later on, that the Bill did in fact become an Act of Parliament.

And last but not least, if I am not correct, it is up to the Speaker of the Senate to call for a vote, which is the Prime Minister and not me.

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Re: SO 2016-14 Administrative Officials Act

Post by Abdoa on Sun Sep 11, 2016 9:04 pm

I do not having polling powers in the Region, and it seems to be that the Founder is in charge of the administrative part of ballots (see also SO 2015-2 Article II Section A, it implies that the President has to sign or veto the bill before it can pass to Voting Stage 2).

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Re: SO 2016-14 Administrative Officials Act

Post by Libertarian Democracy on Wed Sep 14, 2016 11:42 pm

All constitutional amendments must pass parliament, then the president either signs or does nothing because he doesn't get a say, then it goes to referendum, and finally it goes before the Minister of Jurisprudence for review, and after approval it finally becomes part of the Constitution.

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