6th General Assembly

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6th General Assembly
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Leadership
Secretary Llorens
Prime Minister Obiristan/Franckley
Dates
Start 30 June 2017
Finish 30 September 2017

The 6th General Assembly was elected at the June 2017 election. This consisted of nine independent members, and each served a three-month term from 30 June to 30 September 2017. The final members of the 6th General Assembly were Llorens, Franckley, Libertasnia, The Final Horseman, Sky Meople, South Miruva, Facemus, Rathfarnham, and VegemiteIsGross.

Obiristan and Proletar both stepped down from the General Assembly during the government term. Their positions were directly filled by Franckley and VegemiteIsGross respectively.

Members

Date
Event
30 June
General Election
7 July
PM By-Election
17 Aug.
PM By-Election
21 Aug.
PM By-Election
23 August
Proletar resignation
Secretary Llorens
Prime Minister - Obiristan - Franckley
Minister of Archives Libertasnia
Minister of Defence The Final Horseman
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sky Meople
Minister of Imm. & Cus. South Miruva
Justice 1 Facemus
Justice 2 Proletar VegemiteIsGross
Justice 3 Rathfarnham

By-elections

Prime Minister 1

As a result of Socialist National Kazakhstan's failed confidence vote in the June 2017 election, Obiristan was elected in a by-election for Prime Minister. The sole candidate was Obiristan. Voting was held from 6 to 7 July 2017. The results of the vote were as follows:

Yes
  
14
No
  
6

Prime Minister 2

As a result of Prime Minister Obiristan's resignation, a first by-election was held and failed to produce a successor. The sole candidate was The Public Person. Voting was held from 16 to 17 August 2017, though a rejected bid to drop out of the race by The Public Person on the first day of voting and a subsequent legal block confused voters as to the status of the voting form, resulting in a low turnout. The results of the vote were as follows:

Yes
  
0
No
  
6

Prime Minister 3

As a result of Prime Minister Obiristan's resignation, which was followed by an unsuccessful first by-election, Franckley was elected in a second by-election for the position. The candidates were Franckley, Halfblakistan, New Lonopolian Empire and VegemiteIsGross. Voting was held from 20 to 21 August 2017. The results of the vote were as follows (tiebreaker was secondary and then third preferences):

Candidates Votes
Round 1 Round 2 Round 3
Franckley 6 7 8 (3, 6)
New Lonopolian Empire 5 5 8 (3, 5)
VegemiteIsGross 3 4
Halfblakistan 2

Justice

Following the resignation of Proletar, a by-election was supposed to be held to fill the vacant position. After no nations nominated themselves in the nomination poll on 23 August 2017, Secretary Llorens appointed VegemiteIsGross to the position.

Proposals

Until the Equal Vote Act, to pass a law in the General Assembly required five votes in favour with the Secretary's endorsement or seven votes in favour without, and to pass a law by referendum with the Secretary's endorsement required a simple majority in favour or two-thirds without. Following the Equal Vote Act, to pass a law in the General Assembly requires five votes in favour, and to pass a law by referendum requires fifty percent plus one vote in favour. The following are the proposals that were put to vote during the term of the 6th General Assembly:

Name Result Proposer/s Description
Equal Vote Act 18-3 Llorens
  • Give the Secretary equal legislative voting power
  • Not require two-thirds without Secretary endorsement in referendums
Legislature
Reduction Act
12-5 Llorens
  • Merge Minister of Imm. and Customs into the Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Condense all foreign affairs portfolioes into one position
Foreign
Communication Act
8-0 Llorens
  • Ban the unauthorised communication of foreign policy to other regions
  • Make general changes to improve wording of the banjection code
Constitution
Amendment Act
19-1 Llorens
  • Amend the Constitution to apply a more legal, numbered format
  • Make several additions, including electoral clarification
Code of Laws
Amendment Act
9-0 Llorens
  • Amend the Code of Laws to apply a more legal, number format
  • Make several additions, including founder numbers regulation
Key
General Assembly
  Passed
  Not passed
Referendum
  Passed
  Not passed