Post by Magniloqueu Épiqeu da Lhiun on May 23, 2017 17:39:54 GMT -6
Thank you, Senator Grischun. What a marvellous idea. I could not think of persons more suitable for such an award.
Yes, Justice Tamorán has, in all the time that I have been a citizen, been a very considerate, and level-headed member of our society. If memory serves, he is a Reviensadeir, is he not? His services as Justice to the Uppermost Court, and his newly-commenced role as the President of the Royal Society for Advancement of Knowledge, certainly show the high esteem in which the nation holds this her good citizen.
Secretary of State Martì-Paír Furxhéir, the Resident Miracle Worker, certainly puts in lots, and lots of hours for the Kingdom, even though he has an active family life, and also all sorts of troubles that one inevitably comes across in one’s life. But he never lets us down; and if there are bugs with the Database, they are fixed promptly. He has contributed to a few sensible changes in legislation, such as the possibility for the Secretary of State to introduce bills―thereby eliminating the necessity of a Member of the Ziu to realise a problem, which might hinder the Royal Household’s efficiency. An obvious choice for the Senatorial Medal of Honour.
S:reu Perþonest, our Burgermeister of Inland Revenue, is regrettably little active in Talossa. He has, however, always been diligent in his work, keeping the Kingdom’s treasures, and never missing on the reports, and the transparency that the citizens of Talossa are due. A very wise choice, indeed.
I wholeheartedly support these candidates. What say you, Senators? You are welcome to debate, if you should feel the need to do so. I will call for a Vote soon, if there should be no disagreements.Graschcias, Senator Grischun. ¡Come c’e ünă ideă marvelösă! Non povadreu pensarh àð altrăs perziuns pü dhenăs per tal awardeu.
Üdic, în dtoct i thîmp q’estev-éu citaxhien, el cadì Tamorán tent estescu mîmbreu cumentapunt es cün segnh dad ar Società. Schi sovenénçeu corectmînt, o isch ün Reviensadeir, ¿n’esta-ce? La tsïă fhunziun come Cadì del Cort Pü Înalt, es sïă fhunziun új come Presedînt del Verbånd Rexhital për l'Avançamaintsch del Säp ostensent qe la Nhaziun zilica acest gcitaxhien mben.
El Secretar d’Estat, Martì-Paír Furxhéir, el Taumaturg Þavitînd, paßa certanmînt cetantis öic'hten per el Regipäts, ívenðo qe tent enqualün linatxein în sïă vhidă, es muităs staintăs qe si tent în sïă tsort. Mas, o nunca noi cumpava; es schi j’ont falours avetz la c'holectă, o lor fixa greidourmînt. Tent comtribuçat à quáisevois cînxhen utzils lexhislatïus, per exampal l’avalità del Secretar d’Estat à vançarh proxhets – es com’acest recurînd la dhependençun à’iens mîmbreu del Ziu venînd àð acorçarh ünă ûnfaþilità per la fhamulaziun rhexhital. Ün çoiçéu oviös per el Medaleu Senatorial da Þonör.
El S:reu Perþonest, el noastra Citanal dallas Revenüns Înphätseschti, non isch, cün laimentă, trei actïu în dTalossa. Ischù isch-o ûnfatigînd în sïeu phraxel, sequestrînd els treisours del Regipäts, es txamais osta ingen mberic'ht, es txamais falta la thransparençù financial qe valorent els citaxhiens Talossans. Echida, ün çoiçéu trei c'hordat.
Pirneçeu la phroposiziun estrambórdicmînt es cumplätsmînt. ¿Qet ziretz-Voi, Senators? ¡Estetz els benveneschti à debatarh, schi veladretz. Clamarhéu per ünă vhotaziun moschut qe schi hi non harhà ingen gcuntrast.
Post by Eðo Grischun on May 23, 2017 19:45:02 GMT -6
As you have opened the floor for debate, I shall begin by explaining my choices for these awards.
Firstly, no, I dont think Justice Tamoran is a Reviensadeir. You may be mixing his name up with Tamorán dal Navâ, who is a Reviensadeir, but not very active these days. Indeed, I believe Ian took the Talossan Silk before Reunision even happened. You're summary is perfect, Mencei. Many of the qualities that you list are indeed what got him nominated to the bench in the first place. His ongoing service, despite being in his retirement, is extraordinary. He has been professional on the Bench and a delight within the Chat Room. He is often the sole voice of humour and reason within dangerously heated debates.
MPF - This guy is the best liar in the world. He's duped us all into thinking he's a one man army while he obviously has a sweatshop team of coders and programmers working in the background that we don't get to see. And bots. It's all automated. It has to be. No way one man can do that much work!!!! and family, and yep, you named it all. The guy is a living legend. The only problem is that if he ever runs off, we're all up the creek!
S:reu Perþonest has been extremely diligent within his current post. He makes reports and and collects the party fees, conducts payments on behalf of the government and never seems to miss a beat. He might not be very active, but I get the impression he's always paying attention. What's more, he keeps an eye on the Kingdoms 2 grand in easy access accounts and has never blown it on late night shopping channels, online gambling or, well, on anything. He was also the architect of the 11th hour plan, 'the modest proposal', which sealed the deal for reunision and carved the provincial map into how it looks today. He deserves a 'good job, chief'.
Post by Lüc da Schir on May 25, 2017 2:24:16 GMT -6
Hear, hear! Three tireless civil servants that are more than worthy to get their work recognised.
A lot has already been said about Chief Justice Tamoran and SoS Furxheir, and I concur with my friends from Maritiimi-Maxhestic and Vuode in their excellent summaries. Allow me however to mention S:reu Perþonest's perhaps greatest achievement, to be put on record with the accolades that have already been stated - the Perþonest Plan, without which Fiova would not exist. He shares a sizable chunk of the merit for what we will be celebrating in a week's time, the (already) fifth anniversary of Reunision.
I will be more than pleased to cosponsor RS01 whenever it will be Clarked.
Leader of the Moderate Radicals (MRPT) Prime Minister / Seneschal Senator for Benito
Post by Magniloqueu Épiqeu da Lhiun on May 25, 2017 6:29:01 GMT -6
According to Lexh:H.18., Senatorial Medals of Honour may only be voted upon by the Senate (...only and solely by resolution in the Senate given Royal Assent...). Therefore, I am not considering this as Clark business, but would instead allow for a vote upon it in-chambers. Unless, of course, there is opposition or dissent to this interpretation?Eftir Lexh:H.18., l’inxhest da Mhedaleux tSenatorials da Þonör fost estarh votat solămînt per el Senäts (...explicadămînt es solămînt per resoluziun del Senäts zonescu l’aðcjenschaziun rhexhital...). Per această rhaziun, non considereu ça ingen afar del Clarqeu, schinei permitadreu ünă vhotaziun övr’o dadhîn gcasă. Salva qe, da c'horsică, schi jadra opoçiziun eda misaquis àl mïă înterpretaziun.
Post by Eðo Grischun on May 25, 2017 6:58:21 GMT -6
I agree with the interpretation. I don't think Senate only business gets Clarked, but who knows? I can't remember the last time Senate only business took place. My only concern is that some Senators may miss the vote if it's not on the Clark. It shouldn't be terribly hard to round up 8 people within the next couple of weeks though, right?
Post by Eðo Grischun on Jun 24, 2017 16:32:01 GMT -6
Senator for Benito,
I would submit my original draft, as above. We've been waiting on the Mencei to hold a floor vote per his last post on May 25th, however, since that hasn't happened, I'd be happy to Clark it as a Senate only bill.
WHEREAS El Lexhatx Title H: Legislation, Section 18 empowers the Senate the ability to award a Medal of Honour to citizens for meritorious or honourable service to the nation or state; and
WHEREAS it would be nice if we actually used this power, and
WHEREAS I feel there are a few individuals who are more than worthy of receiving such an award, so
THEREFORE, as a result of this utterance, be it resolved by the Senate of the Kingdom of Talossa that,
Ián Munditenêns Triesoûrêt Tamorán
are hereby awarded the Senatorial Medal of Honour for their past and ongoing meritorious and honourable services to the nation.
FURTHERMORE, in accordance with El Lexhatx H.18, the recipients may, in official RT affairs, affix the initials “S.H.” (Senatorial Honour) after their name.
Post by Lüc da Schir on Jun 26, 2017 4:22:15 GMT -6
It looks good to me - though Lex.H.18 states that a resolution of the Senate is needed, and [[http://wiki.talossa.com/41RS1]] is an example of that, so it could be assumed that a similar procedure (Hoppering and Clarking as 50RS01) has to be followed. As soon as you wish to Hopper it, I'd thank you in advance for adding my name to it as a cosponsor.
Leader of the Moderate Radicals (MRPT) Prime Minister / Seneschal Senator for Benito