Post by Vitxalmour Conductour on Sept 25, 2014 13:08:08 GMT -6
Thanks to the diligent MRPT, we do have two chancellors seated, which should suffice for the maestro election if the other parties are unable or unwilling to distribute their seats. I would suggest that our arvitier prima (do we have one?) set the deadline for the maestro election to coincide with the thirty day seat assignment deadline. On the bright side, come thirty days our viceré may have something to do.
Post by Lüc da Schir on Sept 30, 2014 15:26:43 GMT -6
I would like to open discussion for electing a new Maestro along with the beginning of the First Clark, so... tomorrow, but I'm sure we can put this off a few days to allow the Chancellery to be fully seated.
If you're asking for rules about the deadline, you'll want Article 12 of the Constitution: "A new Maestro may be chosen at any time by a resolution approved by a majority of the Provincial Chancellery, but a resolution electing a new Maestro or continuing the current Maestro in office must be approved by the Provincial Chancellery at least once in every term of the national Cosa. The first order of business of each newly assembled Provincial Chancellery will be to elect a new Maestro from among its members."
Leader of the Moderate Radicals (MRPT) Prime Minister / Seneschal Senator for Benito
Post by Sir Alexandreu Davinescu on Sept 30, 2014 16:59:45 GMT -6
Okay, I guess I don't understand, then? I saw something here about a deadline for me to find someone to take our seats... can you point me to where I can read about that, or the ruling or whatever? I apologize to the good citizens of Benito, but I am embarrassed to say that I am not familiar with your laws and rules.
Post by Vitxalmour Conductour on Oct 1, 2014 19:45:40 GMT -6
Article 10 of the Constitution of Benito reads in part, "...Political Parties will have until the next session or 30 calendar days, whichever is greater, to fill vacant seats. Any seats left vacant after such time will be turned over to the Viceré for distribution."
While the bulk of Article 10 refers to grounds for removing a chancellor, and the above quoted section refers to thusly vacated seats, it is the only section of the constitution which makes mention of unfilled seats, and at least in my untrained reading, could reasonably be argued to be applicable to seats never assigned.
The major question would now be, "When is the next session?"
Post by Sir Alexandreu Davinescu on Oct 2, 2014 5:07:10 GMT -6
Well, looking at Article 10, it looks to me like this does not make mention of the initial assignment of seats, but refers specifically (as you say, Vit) to Chancellors who are removed from office. And while I know you folks want to get started, I'm still looking to find a suitable person to take the RUMP seat. I promise I will assign the seat as soon as possible, but it doesn't look like there's any grounds to demand that I do it within 24 hours.
If there is someone who would like to serve RUMP interests in the province, in defense of His Majesty, fun, and good sense, please let me know.
Post by Vitxalmour Conductour on Oct 2, 2014 10:51:20 GMT -6
I just realized it was my use of the word deadline that got all that confusion going. It was a rather strong choice of word. I meant it in regards to the maestro election, not seating. I, much as Lüc said, would like to see all the seats filled prior to the election, but I'd even more not like to see the election ever happen, due to unfilled seats.
V: As we've adopted Wisconsin law, and I'm not up-to-date on their laws on this subject, I assume it's not.
Oct 10, 2017 8:27:38 GMT -6
Ian Plätschisch: It isn't, although we could change that
Oct 10, 2017 9:37:23 GMT -6
Alèxandreu Soleighlfred: if such a smoking would produce some considerable amount of fog, I don't have anything against that
Oct 10, 2017 10:23:39 GMT -6
V: Btw, I applaud Ián's approach to calling for order. It was respectful, whimsical, and lacked any air of arrogance. Had that been the initial approach, there would not have been further arguing.
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Tariq Zubair: Azul all Talossan!
Oct 16, 2017 0:26:48 GMT -6
Tariq Zubair: I am the citizen of Talossa with citizenship number(480) at Maricopa province. I am also working as Ambassador for Austenasia (Its also micronation in UK). I love to recognize both of Talossa and Austenasia with each other. I need the help and cooperation
Oct 16, 2017 0:29:43 GMT -6
Ián B. Anglatzarâ: Talossa doesn't do the "recognisation" thing.
Oct 16, 2017 4:15:01 GMT -6
Iac Marscheir: Because we're a sooper srs group that attempts to remain above the "conventional" micronations. We should do it.
Oct 16, 2017 11:48:22 GMT -6
Iac Marscheir: There should be a "UM": United Micronations
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Ián B. Anglatzarâ: That used to be part of the reason. But also when more sane governments have been in place, it has been calmer that way. Lots of drama queens out there. There are definitely micronations worth having official relations with, but the ones we refuse tend to
Oct 16, 2017 14:28:35 GMT -6
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