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[Regional Law] Embassy Standards Reform Act 2020

Embassy Standards Reform Act 2020

An act to repeal the Embassy Standards Act and amend the Foreign Conduct Act.

Now, therefore, BE IT ENACTED by the order of the glorious Constitution of the Revolutionary Republic, by and with the advice and consent of the Citizens of The Communist Bloc, in this present Legislative Committee assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows-

Article I- Category

(2) This Act shall be classified as a Type VII One Shot law.

Article II - Repeal

(3) The Embassy Standards Act 2017 shall be repealed in its entirety.

Article III - Amendments

(4) Article IV S12 of the Foreign Conduct Act 2020 shall be amended to read:

(12) Foreign Embassies shall, under no circumstances, be permitted to recruit members to their regions. Incidents regarding illicit recruitment or suspicion of such shall be subject to investigation by the First Minister and the Foreign Minister.

  1. Any region with an Embassy caught recruiting in TCB may be subject to immediate revocation of the Embassy.

  2. All classifications of Embassy are subject to such.

  3. Exceptions may be made where treaties specify it.

(5) Article IV Section 20 shall be amended to read:

(20) Only the Minister of Foreign Affairs with the approval of the Council of Ministers may submit a war declaration request to both houses of the legislature. Adequate time must be made by the Speaker of the Legislative Committee for all Legislative Committee Members and citizens to ask the Foreign Minister and First Minister questions and raise concerns before moving the request to a vote. In the absence of a Minister of Foreign Affairs, the First Minister may submit these requests to the legislature.

  1. Except where acting in the defense of The Communist Bloc, or in defense of an allied region.

    1. Should 20a be true, no vote is to take place until such a time as offensive actions are taken.

Article IV - Schedule

(5) This act shall be considered legally binding following majority assent from the Legislative Committee, as well as majority assent from the People's Assembly.

Written and proposed by Martyn Kiryu