by Max Barry

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Region: The Leftist Assembly


We conducted another, smaller legal review. I think perhaps it might be useful to start referring to them as LR#[NUMBER], so that's that. This was not prompted by anything in particular, just something I came across that I felt it would be good to expel any vagueness from.

The matter considered was whether voting of the General Assembly must be conducted in a public space or if it can be done privately and later released publicly, the second of which is the current practice.

The law in consideration was the Legislature Conduct Act, which states, "All General Assembly votes on legislation shall be viewable to the public".

All three Justices agreed that the current practice was legal and adhered to the legislation. Thus, votes can continue to be cast in the private GA server and released collectively on the RMB following its conclusion, including how each member voted.