Post by Antaglha Xhenerös Somelieir on Jun 10, 2019 17:50:36 GMT -6
As after 3 weeks, there has been nothing further added to the discusson of this Bill, I feel comfortable in putting this to a vote, as it seems unlikely further discussion take place, I hereby, as Başbakan, Summon the Members of Commons to vote. The vote shall, per the Constitution, last 14 days since time of postng, or until all current House members have cast their vote. Vote are to be submitted by comments on this thread. Only House of Commons members are able to vote.
I hereby present the following to the House:-
The Provincial Seals and Coat of Arms Bill
Whereas, under Article 1 Section 4 of the constitution of Ataturk, Law shall define Coat of Arms and Patriotic depictions,
Whereas, to our knowledge, no such laws have yet been passed,
Whereas, We feel this is a missed opportunity,
Whereas, Ataturk, the Başbakan, the Senator, and the House of Commons should have Arms and seals for each institution,
Therefore, we the House of commons, hereby empower the Başbakan, on behalf and at the bequest of this House, to request assistance from the College of Arms to design a Great seal of Ataturk and Provincial Coat of Arms, and a Seal for the Başbakan, Senator, and House of Common members, as well as a Coat of Arms for the House of Commons ,
Furthermore, When the Designs are completed, they shall be presented to the House of commons for a simple majority vote for approval for adoption, of the then completed Arms and Seals to the respected institutions and positions for official use
Uréu q'estadra så:
Antaglha Xhenerös Somelieir
Başbakan of Ataturk, and Member of the House of Commons
Post by Antaglha Xhenerös Somelieir on Jun 24, 2019 7:53:49 GMT -6
The voting period has now elapsed, so I declare the vote closed, and with 2 Për votes, and none against, this bill has passed the House of Commons. This Bill now awaits Royal Accent by the King to become law.
Post by Antaglha Xhenerös Somelieir on Jul 15, 2019 10:03:02 GMT -6
Having been over 3 weeks since the passage of this bill, and no indication from the Monarch has come on assent, as per Article II, Section 10 of the Constitution, which reads
"Section 10: The King or his Cunstaval may Veto a Bill, thereby returning it to the House of Commons, who may reconsider it. If the King or his Cunstaval does not sign or Veto a Bill within three weeks of its passage of the House of Commons, he shall be deemed to have signed it, and it shall enter into law."
This law is now deemed to have been given assent, and is therefore entered into law of this Province.