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From Article VI – Parliament of the Constitution:
The Parliament shall consist of
An open, uni-cameral institution which acts as the legislative body of the region.
A body of MP’s (Members of Parliament) which are automatically appointed to office if they are willing and interested residents of the region.
The office of Parliament Minister (PM) which is elected by the Parliament and has the role of leading discussion and presenting legislation to the body as a whole.
The Parliament is responsible for the creation, passage, and repeal of any and all legislation for the region.
The Parliament may determine its own bylaws to govern its functioning in special sessions, so long as they are not in violation of the Constitution.
All appointments made by the President must first be confirmed by the Parliament in order to take effect.
Legislation passed through the Parliament can be vetoed by the President, however, the veto can be overturned with a ⅔ vote majority in Parliament.
Any Resident or MP may propose legislation for the Parliament to vote on and enact.
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The only MPs who can have their votes counted in Parliamentary Voting Sessions are ones who have no current position in the Supreme Court. However, any MP or Resident of the region can propose legislation to be debated and voted on in Parliament. The goal is to develop three completely separate branches of government in which each can function autonomously of each other. The following Residents & Expatriates are Registered Members of Parliament (MPs):
Ansuriel - Minister of Justice
Yodle - Founder/Vice President/Former Minister of Domestic Affairs