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Constitutional Amendment (Shortened Removal)

Overview


Purpose

The amendment seeks to shorten the voting period for the impeachment of MGAs to two days.

Implementation

The amendment shall be implemented immediately.

Author/Signatory

Kavagrad

Result

Passed. Required a two-thirds majority in favour to pass.

Aardvarkanistan
Argentigrad
Australopolis
Balt Riveria
Baputiswana
Cedoria
Chokrobook
Corosia
Culturists
Dawtania
Delphinium Pulchra
Earth Socialist Republics
Ephros
Evion Feion
Ghillemear
Graemania
Greylyn
Jum Vland
KITAY
Karmetia
Kavagrad
Kongoland
Latimandia
Libertasnia
Llorens
Molokova
Neo Yorka
New Arkados
New Dekks (dual citizen)
North Amherst
Nottinhaps (Military Voting citizen)
Olvitraia
Outer Golpi Steppes
Pemasing
Podria
Porpoistan
Qalla
Regional Defence Council of Aragon
Rhineland Ruhr and Alsace Lorraine
Rookithod
Rorlenland
Smelly Fartz
Social Democratic Belgium
Socialist Columbia
Subpatagonia
THE LIFTIST UNION
TakeCaresVille
Thasse
The Final Horseman
The Norwegian Peoples
Transcommunist Republics
Unexpected Inquisition
United Mouch Powtons
United Zealandic
Verja
Vilouki
Vowel

Neo Gondor
South Alexandri
The Great Comrades of the Revolution
Wakan Tankana

Ataleshilbonia
Caellus
Desescato
Euro Western Russia
Frogville
Gooseta
Grand Puggyland
Graphiria
Kawany
Nouvelle California
Revolutionary Chicago
Roulantinia
Wascoitan (Military Voting citizen)

Existing Law


Article IV

  1. All legislative authority shall be vested in a unicameral legislature, henceforth known as the General Assembly

  2. The General Assembly shall consist of seven members, henceforth known as Members of the General Assembly or MGAs, elected every three months at the general election

  3. The Members of the General Assembly shall be responsible for:

    1. Proposing and voting on new laws and amendments to existing laws

    2. Internally electing one of the Members of the General Assembly to serve as the Speaker

  4. The Speaker shall be responsible for:

    1. Organising the activities of the General Assembly

    2. Maintaining an order of legislation to be considered by the General Assembly

    3. Communicating information of bills, amendments, and voting records to the public

    4. Representing the General Assembly to the Cabinet in matters requiring urgent and direct communication

    5. Delegating the aforementioned responsibilities to another Member of the General Assembly in their absence

  5. A Member of the General Assembly may be immediately removed through the following process:

    1. A motion shall be endorsed by two Members of the General Assembly or five percent of electoral citizens

    2. A majority of electoral citizens shall vote on whether to remove them in the following manner:

      1. World Assembly citizens shall be permitted to vote in a three-day poll

      2. Military Voting and dual citizens shall be permitted to vote on the Regional Message Board in the same period

  6. The Speaker may be immediately replaced with a majority of the General Assembly in favour of such a motion

Proposed Law


Article IV

  1. All legislative authority shall be vested in a unicameral legislature, henceforth known as the General Assembly

  2. The General Assembly shall consist of seven members, henceforth known as Members of the General Assembly or MGAs, elected every three months at the general election

  3. The Members of the General Assembly shall be responsible for:

    1. Proposing and voting on new laws and amendments to existing laws

    2. Internally electing one of the Members of the General Assembly to serve as the Speaker

  4. The Speaker shall be responsible for:

    1. Organising the activities of the General Assembly

    2. Maintaining an order of legislation to be considered by the General Assembly

    3. Communicating information of bills, amendments, and voting records to the public

    4. Representing the General Assembly to the Cabinet in matters requiring urgent and direct communication

    5. Delegating the aforementioned responsibilities to another Member of the General Assembly in their absence

  5. A Member of the General Assembly may be immediately removed through the following process:

    1. A motion shall be endorsed by two Members of the General Assembly or five percent of electoral citizens

    2. A majority of electoral citizens shall vote on whether to remove them in the following manner:

      1. World Assembly citizens shall be permitted to vote in a two-day poll

      2. Military Voting and dual citizens shall be permitted to vote on the Regional Message Board in the same period

  6. The Speaker may be immediately replaced with a majority of the General Assembly in favour of such a motion

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