Central Pacific Empire RMB

WA Delegate: The Incorporation of Apple (elected 50 days ago)

Founder: The Empire of Emporer Islands

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MARCH GOVERNMENT:

Prime Minister: The Incorporation of Apple

Minister for Interior Affairs: The Dominion of Aanon Bay
Minister for Foreign Affairs: The Incorporated States of North of South
Minister for Justice: The Republic of Burgundaholmr
Minister for Recruitment and Citizenship: The Incorporated States of Norton Island
Minister for Defence: The Republic of Migraton

JUDICIARY

Supreme Judge: The Republic of Cliffton

Regional Judge: The Dominion of Allied Engineers and The Republic of Love Island

CAPITAL CITY

The City State of Emperor Islands Capital City, Governor, The Empire of Cyrahzia

Security Category: SC1. ordinary

Embassies: India, Coalition of Catholic States, Syria, China, GREAT Britain, United States of America, Central Eastern Europe, United Alliance Of Nations, France, Israel, Asia, United Governments of South East Asia, Philippines, Gay, Soli Deo gloria, North Africa, and 14 others.Federation of Free States, Confederation of Nations, United Empire of Islam, The Species Alliance, New Republica, Cashnatchee, Lebanon, The Darwin Allied Republics, The Arab League, Commonwealth of Liberty, Callington, Catian Gulf, Commonwealth of Free Nations, and Libertatem.

Tags: Free Trade, Large, Democratic, and Monarchist.

Regional Power: Moderate

Central Pacific Empire contains 61 nations, the 194th most in the world.

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Today's World Census Report

The Largest Timber Woodchipping Industry in Central Pacific Empire

As a region, Central Pacific Empire is ranked 399th in the world for Largest Timber Woodchipping Industry.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Empire of CyrahziaWA MemberBenevolent Dictatorship“From ashes, we will be victorious!”
2.The Nationalist Federation of FaiklirenInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Labore et Honore”
3.The Kingdom of SalayFather Knows Best State“Santos . Kingdom . King. People”
4.The Imperial Federation of ValentyeInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Valentye, above all!”
5.The Incorporated States of Norton IslandInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Kingdom of the North”
6.The Principality of KaquInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Power is maintained through protection”
7.The His Most Reverend Eminence of Cardinal Archbishop of the CPEInoffensive Centrist Democracy“For the service of His Holiness Pope Francis”
8.The Sultanate of KigaryaWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Amor Vola Fé”
9.The Jingoistic States of EcclesiarchyPsychotic Dictatorship“Innocence proves nothing”
10.The Republic of Beirut CityFather Knows Best State“Cedar”
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Central Pacific Empire Regional Message Board

I wish to stand as a candidate for the Conservative Alliance

The judiciary left the Commission after it became politicalized, however we will look into article 3

The Incorporated States of Norton Island wrote:@CCS Ambassador, we have an electoral system where all citizens of the regions may vote. The vote works whereby any nation, regardless of WA status, may make a vote. However, to maintain the integrity of our region and ensure members can not control the region or power through puppets, the system gives extra weight to WA votes so that there vote is at least half the total number of points allocated. If not all the WA members vote, it was found that non-WA members could still influence the electoral outcome to an unacceptable degree, so once the election is over, if WA votes still do not make up the majority of votes, their vote is increased in value until it reaches over 50% of the total votes.

We also vote in a preferential system, so that citizens can nominate up to 6 candidates in order of preference.

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Having said that, I will not be standing in this election. I will support my RPM colleagues.

This could be resolved by having voting done on the off-site forums only. The Administrator monitors the IP addresses of all members to see if there are no puppets on the forum. This will allow all registered members to vote. It would also open the door for forum activity which could further be broken down, if only registered forum members can stand for a position in government as most of the government works takes place on the forum...

Also, Could someone please explain the process of debating on the forum. Are members not allowed to debate other than an elected council or group? I don't wanna do the wrong thing and get into trouble.

The United Kingdom of Lentheric wrote:This could be resolved by having voting done on the off-site forums only. The Administrator monitors the IP addresses of all members to see if there are no puppets on the forum. This will allow all registered members to vote. It would also open the door for forum activity which could further be broken down, if only registered forum members can stand for a position in government as most of the government works takes place on the forum...

Also, Could someone please explain the process of debating on the forum. Are members not allowed to debate other than an elected council or group? I don't wanna do the wrong thing and get into trouble.

When using IP addresses was proposed some time ago, there was a huge exodus from the region, although it helped us identify puppets of Aanon Bay. It's probably not something the region would be open to re-opening as it raised concerns of privacy. Some people who had access to the information used it unethically, and the system failed.

This electoral system was championed by then interior affairs minister, Norton island, and probably is one of the best systems in the NS world. It allows a total on game voting system without compromising the importance of WA members, but also involving all citizens. We have never been a WA heavy region.

You can make comments anywhere you have access really. It's not illegal to do so. The only places that you can't debate or comment are the locked rooms which are password controlled anyway.

Oh I see...

So how is voting monitored?

Do I submit my vote to a certain member?

The United Kingdom of Lentheric wrote:Oh I see...

So how is voting monitored?

Do I submit my vote to a certain member?

Voting is public, and recorded by the Emperor who announces the final score.

Once you're a citizen, you just submit your vote via the RMB.

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I am standing to maintain a role in the next government. Bankstown claims we have let our foreign relations fall. This is absurd, we are focusing on priorities rather than wasting resources where they are not needed.

Vote Aanon Bay | North of South | Burgundaholmr!

The Republic of Love Island wrote:When using IP addresses was proposed some time ago, there was a huge exodus from the region, although it helped us identify puppets of Aanon Bay. It's probably not something the region would be open to re-opening as it raised concerns of privacy. Some people who had access to the information used it unethically, and the system failed.

This electoral system was championed by then interior affairs minister, Norton island, and probably is one of the best systems in the NS world. It allows a total on game voting system without compromising the importance of WA members, but also involving all citizens. We have never been a WA heavy region.

You can make comments anywhere you have access really. It's not illegal to do so. The only places that you can't debate or comment are the locked rooms which are password controlled anyway.

The CPE has had experiences with IP addresses and the infringement upon personal identity, so I've heard, but I wouldn't go so far to say that this is the best election system in NS.

For one, there is easily room, no matter how small, for voter fraud. On top of that, with each Minister individually elected, they, in a sense own their responsibility to the voters, not the Prime Minister. Prior to this election system, a Prime Minister was voted in, and a IC assigned (with the approval of the Emperor). This allowed the Prime Minister to quite literally managed the IC, as his job entitles him to do. Each Councilor was required to respond to the Prime Minister, not only because he was their leader, but because he was the one who installed them in their government position in the first place.

With the current election system, the Prime Minister cannot fire and Councilors from their position in the Imperial Council. This allows any Minister to act according to their personal agenda rather than the Prime Minister. The way the current election system works only lessens the sense of responsibility to the Prime Minister in the Legislature.

^^^ So then who is accountable for the Government?

To my understanding and experience, having a Constitutional Monarchy is far better than having a Direct Democracy, referring to NS of course.

With a Constitutional Monarchy, the Government, although elected by the region, is appointed by the Monarchy, so the Government is accountable to the Monarchy, and the Monarchy serves the interest of the region. The Ministers, if appointed by the Prime Minister (The better system in my opinion) answers to the Prime Minister, but can be removed either by Parliament, or by the Prime Minister or in special cases by the Monarchy. The Prime Minister who is appointed by the Monarchy, although elected by the region, is accountable to the Monarchy. The Monarchy or the party of the Prime Minister if one exist, can remove the Prime Minister, or Parliament can remove a Prime Minister.

The Monarchy stays, and serves the interest of the region... With a Monarchy is place, the region itself is accountable to one leader, and in turn the one leader serves the region... Its a win win situation (again my opinion) and having a constitution to curb the abuse of power by the monarchy works well as well.

The Monarchy Heads the region, and deals with international matters.
The Prime Minister heads the government and deals with internal matters.
The Ministers serve the Prime Minister, while serving the region, and helps the Prime Minister complete tasks.
The Courts remain separate at all times.

This is not to change your system, I am just sharing my opinions concerning the above mentioned posts...

I agree we need to work on the system. The thing is, we have had a habit of giving every single Councillor a ministry. A prime minister does have the power to only give his preferred elected Councillors Ministries. Not every Councillor must be a Minister. It's something I would be willing to test if elected as the Prime Minister.

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I also commit to investigating mandatory Councillor reporting who must also be held accountable to the Prime Minister's ITS. Any other plans made by the Minister themselves should be approved by the PM and/or government.

I think the balance of power between Liberals and Progressives has been detrimental, and for this reason, I urge voters to have a Liberal PM, so that the government and executive can work together harmoniously.

Vote Aanon Bay | Burgundaholmr | North of South

I wish to stand for the Conservative Alliance. We will advance and strengthen our current electoral system, and ensure we don't allow any change to the system that diminishes the role of all citizens contributing to our region.

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