The amendment seeks to implement common-sense changes to the Act to ensure a more effective and fair application, including more reasonable endorsement caps, temporary former Delegate exclusions, and accounting for attempts to reduce one's endorsement count below the endorsement cap.
The amendment shall be implemented immediately.
Passed by the General Assembly on 1 July 2020. Required a majority in favour to pass.
An endorsement cap shall be fixed monthly at two-thirds of the endorsements of the Secretary, rounded to the nearest ten, commencing from the time at which the Secretary assumes the Delegacy
Any nation, excluding the Secretary, that exceeds the endorsement cap shall be warned via telegram by an authority delegated by the Secretary
If a nation fails to comply with the endorsement cap seven days following said warning, or an extended period as determined by the Secretary, they shall be ejected from the region
The maximum number of endorsements allowed for a nation, henceforth known as the endorsement cap, shall be:
Announced by the Minister of Information on the first day of each month
Set at 80% of the endorsements of the Secretary, rounded to the nearest ten, for nations endorsing the Secretary
Set at 20% of the endorsements of the Secretary, rounded to the nearest ten, for nations not endorsing the Secretary
If a nation exceeds the endorsement cap, the following shall apply:
The Minister of Information shall telegram the nation requesting that they actively seek to reduce their endorsement count below the endorsement cap
If the nation does not actively make any meaningful attempt to comply with the request within 7 days, or an extended period as deemed appropriate by the Minister of Information, they shall be ejected from the region
An outgoing Secretary shall be granted a four-week grace period from the time at which they lose the Delegacy to reduce their endorsement count below the endorsement cap, after which the aforementioned process may be initiated