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New Assembly Vote (5 November 2018)

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Assembly Announcement
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Legislators,

A bill has been introduced to allow the Assembly to Commend or Censure individuals or groups.

The debate thread can be found Linkhere, and the voting thread is Linkhere.

A motion and a second have been received to bring this bill to a vote.

As this bill is for a general law, the voting period is three days and will require a simple majority to pass. The vote will end on 8 November, 2018, at 4:30 p.m. (UTC).

I would also like to draw your attention to two other matters currently on the floor of the Assembly:

  • Chief Justice Kris Kringle has Linkhighlighted a potential issue with government disclosures as mandated by the LinkSunshine Act.

  • The Council on Regional Security has Linknominated Erinor (Seraph) to join the Council.

If you would take a moment, on top of casting your vote, to also look at these discussions and contribute your opinions, that would be very much appreciated.


The Commendation/Censure Act

An act to allow the Assembly to Commend or Censure individuals or groups.

1. Commendation

(1) A commendation shall express the satisfaction or pleasure of the Assembly as a whole towards any government, group, or individual

(2) A commendation shall be awarded after a simple majority vote to Commend.

(3) Any legislator may suggest a commendation towards any government, group, or individual for any reason.

(4) A commendation shall not be considered to be an award for any government, group, or individual and shall only represent the Assembly's opinion

2. Censure

(1) A censure shall express dissatisfaction or displeasure of the Assembly as a whole towards any government, group, or individual

(2) A censure shall be awarded after a simple majority vote to Censure.

(3) Any legislator may suggest censuring any government, group, or individual for any reason.

(4) A censure shall not be considered as an expression of guilt of any crime for any government, group, or individual and shall only represent the Assembly's opinion.


A reminder that to maintain Legislator Status, you must vote in at least half of the votes each month that there are two or more votes. (New legislators are exempt from votes they couldn't have been around for, of course.) Alternatively, if you have good reasons for absence, you may file a Linkleave of absence, or display other activity in the Assembly.

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