Post by Ian Plätschisch on Feb 8, 2020 21:22:40 GMT -6
WHEREAS it has been more than a fortnight since Francesco Manzella first posted on Wittenberg, following his introduction to the citizens of the Kingdom by officers of the Interior Ministry, and
WHEREAS the said Francesco Manzella has in that time demonstrated an active, genuine, and longstanding interest in Talossan life, culture, and language, and
WHEREAS the said Francesco Manzella desires citizenship in the Kingdom of Talossa, and
WHEREAS by all indications it appears that Francesco Manzella would be a loyal and dedicated citizen, and a credit to this nation if he obtains the grant of citizenship he requests,
THEREFORE I, Ian Plätschisch, a citizen in good standing of the Province of Maritiimi-Maxhestic and of the Kingdom of Talossa, do by these presents petition the Secretary of State Glüc da Dhi to issue a grant of citizenship to Francesco Manzella, as specified by law.
Petition submitted today, 8th day of February, 2020/XXXX.
Sent him the oath not long after the petition, but he hasn't been online since February 7th
Keeping my eye on the situation. I don't think we actually have any hard rules on how the process is supposed to go from here. I can't see any specific time limit on how long a prospective has to return the oath before a petition is to be considered invalid?
The Right Honourable Éovart Grischun Minister of the Interior
Party Leader of the Peculiar Nationalist Party (PNP)
I support the idea of the “United Provinces of Maritiimi-Maxhestic, Vuode, and Dandenburg”.
How are we proceeding with this? As I said, I can't see any hard limits on how long we leave this hanging. At what stage should the Chancery consider the petition invalid and the Ministry close the application?
Of course, Francesco might still show up and deliver his oath. I'm just wondering how long do we wait?
Francesco has just posted on Talossa's Facebook page. He has been out of contact dealing with a family issue.