Office of the Minister-Chief
Political Resolution for the Office of the Minister-Chief
Resolution to Officially Amend the Duties of the Minister-Chief
Issued by the Office of the Minister-Chief on this day 9 September, 2018
As of this day it is now the duty of the Minister-Chief and any immediate temporary incumbent of the office to follow the duties defined in this Resolution. All duties formerly assigned will be substituted with the new duties.
The prior duties of the Minister-Chief will be immediately forfeited to the immediate superior of the Minister-Chief, presently the Parliamentary Chairman, William Kane. The additional duties which are defined by the Declaration of Human Rights and Principles to be solemnly exclusive to the Minister-Chief will be retained to the Minister Chief until proper legislation can redefine the duties to a proper authority.
The new duties of the Minister-Chief are herein defined as being only pertaining to the First Minister and the Principal-in-Chief. All advocating duties between the two parties and the President of the Provincial Union will also be managed and overseen by the Minister-Chief. The First Minister and Principal-in-Chief will remain in their fullest authority and capability of communications and overall governing. The Minister-Chief will subsidise all activities of the two offices until macromanagement is required.
In accordance with prior Doctrines with the Declaration, the Minister-Chief will retain all duties outlined in the Declaration of Human Rights and Principles. The entirety of the Minister-Chief's original duties will be reassigned to another National Government Official, likely to be the Parliamentary Chairman.
This Resolution will nullify upon the passage of a proper legislation correctly amending the duties of the Minister-Chief.
This Resolution will nullify upon the relinquishment of office by the incumbent Minister-Chief.
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