15th General Assembly

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15th General Assembly
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Leadership
Speaker Kavagrad
Dates
Start 14 September 2019
End 14 December 2019

The 15th General Assembly was elected at the September 2019 election. This consisted of seven independent members, and each served a three-month term from September to December 2019. The final members of the 15th General Assembly were Greylyn, Kavagrad, Libertasnia, Llorens, Nottinhaps, Podria, and Wascoitan, with Kavagrad serving dually as Speaker.

Members

Date
Event
14 September
General election
16 September
Kavagrad elected Speaker
8 November
Zaratov removed
25 November
Uan aa Boa removed
Speaker - Kavagrad
Member 1 Greylyn
Member 2 Kavagrad
Member 3 Libertasnia
Member 4 Llorens
Member 5 Nottinhaps
Member 6 Uan aa Boa Wascoitan*
Member 7 Zaratov Podria

* As the vacancy occurred within 21 days of the next general election, Secretary Argentigrad appointed the new member instead of a by-election.

By-elections

Zaratov/Podria

As a result of Zaratov's removal from the General Assembly due to a sudden departure from the Discord server, with a motion co-endorsed by Llorens and Greylyn passing 42-2, Podria was elected in a by-election for the position. Voting was held from 6 to 8 November. The following are the results:

Round 1 Round 2
Podria 12 19
Kongoland 11 11
Wascoitan 7

Uan aa Boa/Wascoitan

As a result of Uan aa Boa's removal from the General Assembly due to a sudden ceasing of activity onsite and offsite, with a motion co-endorsed by Llorens and Kavagrad passing 42-2, Wascoitan was appointed by Secretary Argentigrad for the position. No by-election was held as the vacancy occurred within 21 days of the next general election.

Proposals

An amendment to the Constitution requires a two-thirds majority in a referendum to be passed. Bills and amendments to Acts require a majority in the General Assembly to be passed. The following are the proposals that were put to vote during the term of the 14th General Assembly:

Name Result Proposer/s Description
Minigame Regulation Bill 5-2 Nottinhaps
  • Require a Minister to lead minigame activities
  • Permit password protection of the region during minigames
Category Restriction Amendment
(Act Removal)
7-0 Llorens
  • Abolish the Category Restriction Act
  • Enable the roleplaying of any ideology without restrictions
Endorsement Cap Bill 6-0 Llorens
  • Implement an endorsement cap at two-thirds of Secretary
  • Lay foundations for an executive endotarting program
Court Procedure Amendment
(Simplified Structure)
7-0 Llorens
  • Simplify the structure of the Court Procedure Act
  • Leave the existing court process largely the same
Civil Service Bill 2-3 Greylyn
  • Establish a wide-reaching civil service for the executive
  • Bind future Cabinets to involve citizens in their branch
Criminal Offence Amendment
(Government Neglect)
6-1 Kavagrad
  • Criminalise neglect of government responsibilities
  • Make the government more accountable to the region
Minigame Regulation Amendment
(Rewording)
7-0 Llorens
  • Restructure the Act to improve readability
  • Extend power to enact strategy to all with the authority
Constitution Amendment
(Court Confirmations)
37-2 Llorens
  • Increase the Justice confirmation threshold to two-thirds
  • Equalise Cabinet and Supreme Court confirmation thresholds
Election Amendment
(Candidate Departure)
6-0 Llorens
  • Disqualify election candidates that depart the region
  • Allow 24 hours during the debate period to return and stay in
Constitution Amendment
(Minister of Information)
31-5 Nottinhaps
  • Mandate the existence of a Minister of Information in Cabinet
  • Delegate the responsibility of collecting and presenting data
Minister Responsibilities Amendment
(Minister of Information)
6-0
  • Institute new responsibilities for the new mandated Minister
  • Require the conducting of a regular census and Culture Comps
Military Voting Citizen Amendment
(Minister of Information)
6-0
  • Specify the role of the Minister of Information in the process
  • Obligate the Minister to maintain a list of Military Voting citizens


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Referendum
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