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FNF | The Legislative Structure Act



Master DispatchThe Legislative BranchLegal CodeThe Legislative Structure Act




Name: The Legislative Structure Act
Serial Number: RL-003


Date of Passage: 2021/06/26
Brief Purpose: To establish a set of standards for legislation.

The Legislative Structure Act


Section I: Legislative Devices

  1. Proposals brought before the Citizens’ Assembly shall be considered either motions or acts.

  2. Proposals will be assigned serial numbers chronologically beginning at CR-001.

  3. Motions may amend, repeal, or replace current regional law; pass, amend, or repeal treaties; establish internal Assembly procedure; or establish Assembly committees. This list is not exhaustive and may be expanded upon by future legislation.

    1. Motions will not be considered regional law.

    2. Motions cannot be directly repealed.

  4. Passed acts will be considered regional law and assigned serial numbers chronologically beginning at RL-001.

    1. Should a clause in an act pertain to any subject designated as a motion, the clause will be excluded from the regional law.

    2. The Constitution and Bill of Rights will both be considered regional law.

Section II: Documentation

  1. The Speaker will maintain an archived list of all Assembly proposals. The list will contain each proposal’s name, serial number, author, date of vote completion, and link.

    1. Proposal dispatches will be titled with the name of the proposal.

  2. The Speaker will maintain an archived list of regional law. The list will contain each law’s name, serial number, and link.

    1. Regional law dispatches are separate from the corresponding proposal dispatch and will exclude any form of preamble or signature included in the corresponding proposal.

    2. Should a regional law be amended, the corresponding dispatch will be updated to include all amendments.

    3. Regional law dispatches will be titled with the name of the law.

    4. Repealed regional laws will be removed from the list.

  3. The Speaker will maintain an archived list of active treaties. The list will contain each treaty’s name, involved region, and link.

    1. Should a treaty be amended, the corresponding dispatch will be updated to include all amendments.

    2. Treaty dispatches will be titled with the name of the treaty.

    3. Repealed treaties will be removed from the list.


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