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Legislative Process Amendment (Voting Duration)

Overview


Purpose

The amendment seeks to change the voting period on bills to two days and establish the voting period for confirmation of minor amendments to one day.

Implementation

The amendment shall be implemented immediately.

Author/Signatory

Argentigrad

Result

Passed by the General Assembly on 16 July 2020. Required a majority in favour to pass.

Antinios
Argentigrad
Dyl
Kavagrad
New Samon
Nottinhaps
Sincadenas

Existing Law


  1. A law or amendment may be enacted through the following process:

    1. A dispatch shall be created according to the official guide dictating the structure of laws and amendments

    2. One member of the General Assembly that chooses to support its introduction shall become its signatory and submit it for General Assembly discussion

    3. It shall be published on the Regional Message Board for public feedback for a minimum of 24 hours

    4. Unless otherwise indicated, it may be enacted with a majority of the General Assembly in favour over a voting period of three days

    5. After the voting period ends, those members of the General Assembly who have not voted shall be recorded as such

  2. A minor, inconsequential amendment shall be exempt from Section 1 and instead may be enacted through the following process:

    1. A motion shall be presented to the General Assembly and its status as such may be confirmed with a majority of the General Assembly in favour

    2. Unless otherwise indicated, the motion may then be enacted with a majority of the General Assembly in favour

    3. The Supreme Court may repeal any such motion deemed to not satisfy the definition of a minor, inconsequential amendment

Proposed Law


  1. A law or amendment may be enacted through the following process:

    1. A dispatch shall be created according to the official guide dictating the structure of laws and amendments

    2. One member of the General Assembly that chooses to support its introduction shall become its signatory and submit it for General Assembly discussion

    3. It shall be published on the Regional Message Board for public feedback for a minimum of 24 hours

    4. Unless otherwise indicated, it may be enacted with a majority of the General Assembly in favour over a voting period of 48 hours

    5. After the voting period ends, those members of the General Assembly who have not voted shall be recorded as such

  2. A minor, inconsequential amendment shall be exempt from Section 1 and instead may be enacted through the following process:

    1. A motion shall be presented to the General Assembly and its status as such may be confirmed with a majority of the General Assembly in favour over a voting period of 24 hours

    2. Unless otherwise indicated, the motion may then be enacted with a majority of the General Assembly in favour over a voting period of 48 hours

    3. The Supreme Court may repeal any such motion deemed to not satisfy the definition of a minor, inconsequential amendment

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