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Featured Region: 12 May 2013


LinkThe Cabinet:
Ratateague President & WA Delegate
South Jarvis Secretary General
Communicar Min. of Foreign Affairs
Kiptoke-Ruselia Min. of Immigration and Regional Promotion
Guertonia Min. of Domestic Affairs
Borq Min. of Justice
Pending Min. of Role Play

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Esheaun Stroakuss
Punks Not Dead
Rabbit Central
Kamchatsk
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Embassies: Social Liberal Union, The Versutian Federation, Das Kommune, Gay, The International, The Internationale, A Liberal Haven, and LSI.

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Regional Power: Extremely High

Democratic Socialist Assembly contains 190 nations, the 56th most in the world.

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As a region, Democratic Socialist Assembly is ranked 2,527th in the world for Lowest Unemployment Rates.

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1.The Protectorate of DjubrovnikovLeft-wing Utopia“Of the Suceavijan Commonwealth of Socialist Nations.”
2.The Socialist Commonwealth of SuceavijaWA MemberLeft-wing Utopia“Love, integrity, and perseverance shall make us great.”
3.The Protectorate of Cluj NapoceaLeft-wing Utopia“Of the Suceavijan Commonwealth of Socialist Nations.”
4.The Federation of United GojoseonWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“May the sun always shine upon the Dangun.”
5.The Semi-Autonomous Protectorate of OniriancLeft-wing Utopia“Courage de rÍver, courage d'Ítre.”
6.The Socialist People's Republic of HerrebrughScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Eenheid, Vrijheid, Solidariteit”
7.The Republic of Ivory RhodesWA MemberCivil Rights Lovefest“Coniungere Ignis”
8.The Maritime Empire of EpicionCivil Rights Lovefest“Vive L'…picion”
9.The Imperial Protectorates of Altruistic PaladinsWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“Law is order, good law is good order”
10.The Republic of Lemur IslesWA MemberLeft-wing Utopia“Viva la Repķblica”
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The Grand Timelord Federation of Gallifrax wrote:Given so far that my CR/PF arent where I want them to be, and for some reason my Pacifism dropped by 300 points somewhere, I'm just going to take a break from NS. Let myself try and recoup, and stop making my country run into the ground. Hopefully this wont be like where I come back tomorrow or something. Until then, sivaa kumraada!

See you!

The Grand Timelord Federation of Gallifrax wrote:Given so far that my CR/PF arent where I want them to be, and for some reason my Pacifism dropped by 300 points somewhere, I'm just going to take a break from NS. Let myself try and recoup, and stop making my country run into the ground. Hopefully this wont be like where I come back tomorrow or something. Until then, sivaa kumraada!

I hope you will join us again soon enough! :D

@Borq In your opinion as MoJ, does "Administrator" in the context of the current Charter include the Secretary-General?

Also, nominations for the special election for the Minister of Role Play are still on-going!

http://s1.zetaboards.com/DemocraticSocialist/topic/5851553/

http://dsarecruit.jordefamn.se/

o_O What is this???

The Common Wealth of South Jarvis wrote:@Borq In your opinion as MoJ, does "Administrator" in the context of the current Charter include the Secretary-General?

Also, nominations for the special election for the Minister of Role Play are still on-going!

http://s1.zetaboards.com/DemocraticSocialist/topic/5851553/

Yes, the SecGen is an Administrator, according to the Charter.

Reasoning below, with excerpts from the Charter:
- An Administrator is also defined as "...other official that has Administrative Privileges". [Charter Key]
- Administrative Privileges include "Altering the Forum structure and/or content". [Charter Key]
- The SecGen, among other duties, has to "Monitor[] and organiz[e] the Forum". [Subsection 2.2.6]

Post self-deleted by South Jarvis.

The Commune of Borq wrote:Yes, the SecGen is an Administrator, according to the Charter.

Reasoning below, with excerpts from the Charter:
- An Administrator is also defined as "...other official that has Administrative Privileges". [Charter Key]
- Administrative Privileges include "Altering the Forum structure and/or content". [Charter Key]
- The SecGen, among other duties, has to "Monitor[] and organiz[e] the Forum". [Subsection 2.2.6]

Would this make the MFA ("Accepting, rejecting, and/or soliciting embassy requests"), as well as all the other Cabinet Members (each of whom is capable of "Suppressing ... Forum posts" in each of their subforums) Administrators too?

The Common Wealth of South Jarvis wrote:Would this make the MFA ("Accepting, rejecting, and/or soliciting embassy requests"), as well as all the other Cabinet Members (each of whom is capable of "Suppressing ... Forum posts" in each of their subforums) Administrators too?

Never thought of it like that, but I certainly hope so

'The power...The Precious... All mine!'

Mad with power? What are you talking about?

The Common Wealth of South Jarvis wrote:Would this make the MFA ("Accepting, rejecting, and/or soliciting embassy requests"), as well as all the other Cabinet Members (each of whom is capable of "Suppressing ... Forum posts" in each of their subforums) Administrators too?

No.

With regards to "Accepting, rejecting, and/or soliciting embassy requests", the President does that (on the recommendation of the MoFA), so the President is an Administrator. On suppressing the forum posts, I think Cabinet members have only a very restricted right to delete their own posts (and maybe posts written with their current role? I'm not sure how this works, maybe you can explain it a bit), and in my opinion this does not qualify as an Administrator. It would qualify if Cabinet members could suppress any post. But I don't think this should be allowed.

The Common Wealth of South Jarvis, I think we need to get started cleaning up the forum...it's long over due. Any ideas (everyones suggestions are also welcome!)

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