It is NOT too late to submit bills, of course, as you have OFFICIALLY until the morning of the 31st of this month, provided your bills have been in the Hopper before end of business day the 21st, of course. I will make the Clark on June 1st's morning and bills submitted up to 24 hours before that will also be taken.
PLEASE note that in order to support a bill, you need to:
1 ) Be a Senator, the Secretary of State or the King
2 ) Have been nominated as a Cosa Member for the upcoming Clark BEFORE the 21st,
To vote on the Clark, you will once again have 2 options:
1 ) You will be able to vote in the Clark thread (which will be created later on the 1st of June), as usual. I will enter your votes in the DB.
2 ) You will be able to vote directly in the database, using your usernumber and DB password (which you can retrieve at: www.talossa.ca/files/login.php using the PSC of the election) or by login via Facebook (which retrieve manual activation on my part).
Post by Glüc da Dhi on May 30, 2016 15:12:31 GMT -6
I'd like to clark the following bill:
The man who can't be moved act
Whereas I messed up, and
Whereas I wrote a bill two terms ago that would assign people to the province of their new catchment area upon moving, and
Whereas it has been recently pointed out to me that this is in fact inorganic, and
Whereas the OrgLaw, Article XVII, Section 3 states that "No person shall have his assignment to a Province altered without his express consent, even if the Ziu shall see fit to redraw the geographic assignment boundaries", and
Whereas I will propose an amendment to this clause soon, but
Whereas it may take a while before this gets passed, and
Whereas in the meantime, we are stuck with an inorganic law, and
Whereas, this is confusing, and
Whereas Lex.E.7.3.1 is currently redundant as it refers to closed provinces, while there are no more closed provinces, now
Therefore Lex.E.7.3.1, which currently reads:
"7.3.1 Citizens moving to an area corresponding to a province closed to immigration will not be reassigned upon moving."
will be amended to read
"7.3.1 The provisions in this section do not apply unless the citizen explicitly consents to being reassigned."
Noi urent q'estadra så: Glüc da Dhi (MC, MRPT) Lüc da Schir (Senator, Benito)
Post by Sir C. M. Siervicül on May 31, 2016 7:04:53 GMT -6
I would like to clark the following bill, per OrgLaw IX:7:
RCOR Extension Act
WHEREAS the deadline for the report of the Royal Commission on Organic Law Reform has been extended to the 1st of July, which is well beyond the timeframe originally envisioned by the Ziu, and
WHEREAS the current Ziu should have an opportunity to weigh in on further extensions of the deadline;
THEREFORE the Ziu hereby enacts that 48RZ18, as amended by 48PD01, 48PD05, and 49PD01, which specifies that the Commission shall provide its recommendations no later than the 1st of July 2016, is hereby amended to read that the Commission shall provide its recommendations no later than the 1st of August, with the expectation that the Commission will continue to endeavour to complete its report by the 1st of July.
Uréu q'estadra sa:
C.M. Siervicül (MC, RUMP)
"We are not interested in the possibilities of defeat.
They do not exist." — Queen Victoria
Ian Plätschisch: With that attitude it will be
Apr 12, 2019 20:16:18 GMT -6
Sir Alexandreu Davinescu: Problem ain't my attitude. But whatever. I'm going to be checking out anyway. Babies within a few weeks now, and then I'll have probably only enough time to do the basics. So if I am the problem, then good news is on the way in every sense!
Apr 13, 2019 9:19:44 GMT -6
Sir Alexandreu Davinescu: Nothing would please me more to return to greater activity and find a healthier, happier, more fun, and thriving Talossa than the current state of affairs. Truly!
Apr 13, 2019 9:20:37 GMT -6
Ian Plätschisch: Can't say I blame you for reducing your activity given everything else you have going on. But, my post was not to say that Talossa would be better off without you (or without anyone), only that pessimism isn't going to help (and that simply hoping that...
Apr 13, 2019 9:27:53 GMT -6
Ian Plätschisch: ...the problems will fix themselves doesn't really count as optimism)
Apr 13, 2019 9:28:11 GMT -6