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Criminal Offence Amendment (Withholdment Expansion)

Overview


Purpose

The amendment seeks to make withholding any criminal offence, with malicious intent, illegal.

Implementation

The amendment shall be implemented immediately.

Author/Signatory

Antinios

Result

Passed by the General Assembly on 25 August 2020. Required a majority in favour to pass.

Antinios
Argentigrad
Dyl
Kavagrad
New Samon
Nottinhaps

Sincadenas

Existing Law


  1. A nation shall be issued a banjection of length deemed suitable by the presiding judge and/or immediate ejection from all positions if they commit any of the following:

    1. Acceptance of a bribe or inducement that has the intention of influencing a party in the Supreme Court to testify false information

    2. Bribery or inducement of a member of government, with the intention of influencing a government decision or action

    3. Bribery or inducement of a witness or party in the Supreme Court to testify false information

    4. Creation of false official government documents, with malicious intent

    5. Disclosure of confidential government communications or classified information, with malicious intent

    6. False representation as a member of government, with malicious intent

    7. Obstruction of a Supreme Court order

    8. Participation in the invasion of an allied region

    9. Posting discriminatory content on the basis of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, disability, socioeconomic status or any other oppressive attitudes

    10. Slander, libel, or blackmail against a nation in good standing

    11. Spamming or trolling that disrupts regional activity or personal communications

    12. Support for a far right-wing ideology

    13. Treason, defined as the illegitimate overthrowal of a lawfully-elected government, or seditious conspiracy to do so

    14. Withholding knowledge of a serious offence, with malicious intent

    15. Commit any action designated as a criminal offence under other Acts

  2. A member of government shall be issued a banjection of length deemed suitable by the presiding judge, immediate ejection from all positions, and/or a ban from holding all positions if they commit any of the following:

    1. Acceptance of a bribe or inducement that has the intention of influencing a government decision or action

    2. Repeated abuse of lawfully-granted regional authority abilities

    3. Neglect of the responsibilities of a government position, with intent

  3. A nation shall be immediately issued a punishment deemed suitable by a presiding judge if they commit any of the following acts constituting contempt of court during the trial process:

    1. Falsification of evidence for use within a trial

    2. Refusal to comply with an order of the presiding judge that falls outside of existing law

    3. Use of falsified evidence in a trial, with intent

    4. Violation of legislated trial procedure, with intent

  4. If a banjection is believed to be urgently required or has been ordered by a presiding judge as a result of contempt of court, any nation with Border Control authority may immediately execute the action

  5. A member nation or affected party may appeal to lift a banjection:

    1. After six months, or a sooner time as ruled by the Supreme Court, if the banjection was court-ruled or failed to be overturned

    2. Immediately if the banjection was not court-ruled and has not since been formally contested

Proposed Law


  1. A nation shall be issued a banjection of length deemed suitable by the presiding judge and/or immediate ejection from all positions if they commit any of the following:

    1. Acceptance of a bribe or inducement that has the intention of influencing a party in the Supreme Court to testify false information

    2. Bribery or inducement of a member of government, with the intention of influencing a government decision or action

    3. Bribery or inducement of a witness or party in the Supreme Court to testify false information

    4. Creation of false official government documents, with malicious intent

    5. Disclosure of confidential government communications or classified information, with malicious intent

    6. False representation as a member of government, with malicious intent

    7. Obstruction of a Supreme Court order

    8. Participation in the invasion of an allied region

    9. Posting discriminatory content on the basis of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, disability, socioeconomic status or any other oppressive attitudes

    10. Slander, libel, or blackmail against a nation in good standing

    11. Spamming or trolling that disrupts regional activity or personal communications

    12. Support for a far right-wing ideology

    13. Treason, defined as the illegitimate overthrowal of a lawfully-elected government, or seditious conspiracy to do so

    14. Withholding knowledge of a criminal offence, with malicious intent

    15. Commit any action designated as a criminal offence under other Acts

  2. A member of government shall be issued a banjection of length deemed suitable by the presiding judge, immediate ejection from all positions, and/or a ban from holding all positions if they commit any of the following:

    1. Acceptance of a bribe or inducement that has the intention of influencing a government decision or action

    2. Repeated abuse of lawfully-granted regional authority abilities

    3. Neglect of the responsibilities of a government position, with intent

  3. A nation shall be immediately issued a punishment deemed suitable by a presiding judge if they commit any of the following acts constituting contempt of court during the trial process:

    1. Falsification of evidence for use within a trial

    2. Refusal to comply with an order of the presiding judge that falls outside of existing law

    3. Use of falsified evidence in a trial, with intent

    4. Violation of legislated trial procedure, with intent

  4. If a banjection is believed to be urgently required or has been ordered by a presiding judge as a result of contempt of court, any nation with Border Control authority may immediately execute the action

  5. A member nation or affected party may appeal to lift a banjection:

    1. After six months, or a sooner time as ruled by the Supreme Court, if the banjection was court-ruled or failed to be overturned

    2. Immediately if the banjection was not court-ruled and has not since been formally contested

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