Category: Constitutional Amendment
§12 - Presidency
The General Assembly shall elect from among its members a President. The election for President of the General Assembly will be held on the 25th of every third month for a voting period of forty-eight (48) hours. After an election, the elected nation will assume office for a term beginning on the 1st of the following month and ending on the last day of the second month thereafter.
The following nations are not eligible to serve as President of the General Assembly:
any Cabinet member; and
any other nation that is controlled by the player who also controls either the Founder, the Secretary-General or any Cabinet member.
The President of the General Assembly is responsible for setting up voting polls and pinning relevant dispatches about resolutions under discussion in the General Assembly. The President is responsible for supervising the validity of all votes cast on a General Assembly resolution and must disregard any vote cast by puppets or non-citizens in the final outcome.
The President is granted Appearance and Polls authority but is not considered part of the executive branch of the Government. The President may not be re-elected for a second consecutive term.
Status: Defeated on July 7, 2018. The proposed amendment did not reach the required supermajority of 67%.
- 10 FOR (56%)
08 AGAINST (44%)