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by The Republic of Assembly of The South Pacific. . 22 reads.

New Assembly Vote (26 November 2018)

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Assembly Announcement
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Legislators,

A proposal has been introduced to amend Article 1 of the LinkCriminal Code.

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

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

As this proposal is for an amendment to a general law, the voting period is three days and will require a simple majority to pass. The vote will end on 28 November, 2018, at 5:38 a.m. (UTC).


Note: Words highlighted in green indicates additions to the text. Contrastingly, words highlighted in red indicates subtractions.

(8) Bribery shall be defined as the receiving or offering of undue patronage support by or to any individual in order to influence behavior that the recipient would otherwise not alter.

(9) Extortion shall be defined as the threatening of any individual in order to influence behavior that the recipient would otherwise not alter.

(9) (10) Vexatious Charges shall be defined as the filing of criminal charges against another player despite the filing party's knowledge that that said charges were meritless, frivolous, repetitive, and/or burdensome.

(10) (11) Conduct violations shall be defined as breaking in-game NationStates rules.


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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