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Holiday Amendment (Indigenous Day)

Overview


Purpose

The amendment seeks to create a holiday in recognition of the world's indigenous peoples and to make one change to make the Act more grammatically consistent.

Implementation

The amendment shall be implemented immediately.

Author/Signatory

Nangka

Result

Passed by the General Assembly on 10 November 2020. Required a majority in favour to pass.

Antinios
Dyl
Nangka
New Samon
Sincadenas
Wascoitan

Existing Law


  1. The official holidays of the region shall be the following:

    1. Assembly Day; celebrated on 14 January to commemorate the founding of the region

    2. Constitution Day; celebrated on 19 February to remember the enactment of the Constitution

    3. International Women’s Day; celebrated on 8 March to recognise the accomplishments of women throughout global history

    4. Earth Day; celebrated on 22 April to mark the struggles of the environmental movement in creating a sustainable world

    5. International Workers' Day; celebrated on 1 May to recognise the strength of the united global working classes

    6. LGBT+ Pride Day; to be celebrated on 17 May to honour the continuing struggles of LGBT+ activists and revolutionaries

    7. August Farce Day; celebrated on 29 August to memorialise the failed illegal invasion of the region

    8. Unity Day; celebrated on 6 September to commemorate the enactment of the regional motto, 'Unity in Diversity'

    9. World Mental Health Day; celebrated on 10 October to acknowledge the struggle comrades go through with mental health

    10. Revolution Day; celebrated on 8 November to lionise the world’s first explicitly socialist revolution in Russia

  2. The Secretary shall post an announcement on the Regional Message Board reminding the region of each official holiday, which they may delegate to a Cabinet member or willing citizen

Proposed Law


  1. The official holidays of the region shall be the following:

    1. Assembly Day; celebrated on 14 January to commemorate the founding of the region

    2. Constitution Day; celebrated on 19 February to remember the enactment of the Constitution

    3. International Women’s Day; celebrated on 8 March to recognise the accomplishments of women throughout global history

    4. Earth Day; celebrated on 22 April to mark the struggles of the environmental movement in creating a sustainable world

    5. International Workers' Day; celebrated on 1 May to recognise the strength of the united global working classes

    6. LGBT+ Pride Day; celebrated on 17 May to honour the continuing struggles of LGBT+ activists and revolutionaries

    7. Indigenous Peoples Day; celebrated on 9 August to honour the liberation struggles of indigenous peoples all over the world

    8. August Farce Day; celebrated on 29 August to memorialise the failed illegal invasion of the region

    9. Unity Day; celebrated on 6 September to commemorate the enactment of the regional motto, 'Unity in Diversity'

    10. World Mental Health Day; celebrated on 10 October to acknowledge the struggle comrades go through with mental health

    11. Revolution Day; celebrated on 8 November to lionise the world’s first explicitly socialist revolution in Russia

  2. The Secretary shall post an announcement on the Regional Message Board reminding the region of each official holiday, which they may delegate to a Cabinet member or willing citizen

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