Election and State of Emergency Constitutional Amendment Act

Feb 4, 2016 | Constitutional, Law

Title

1. This Act shall be titled the Election and State of Emergency Constitutional Amendment Act.

Election Amendment

2. A new section shall be added after the current Section 7.4, that shall renumber all of Section 7 in relation to the newly designated Section 7.5, that shall read:

7.5. Unless provided for by law, if there is only one nominee after the four day nomination period of an election, they shall automatically be elected without the voting period. Unless provided for by law, if there are no nominees after the four day nomination period of an election, nominations shall remain open until a nominee is found, at which point the four day nomination period shall restart.

States of the Region Amendments

3. Section 8.1 shall be amended as follows:

Current Text:

8.1. The Councillor and Grand Master may issue a joint statement indicating a State of Emergency. Alternatively, if the Founder has ceased to exist for any reason, the Councillor may issue a State of Emergency which shall be inferred following a successful referendum of the citizens of Cynosure.

Proposed Text:

8.1. The Councillor and Grand Master may issue a joint statement indicating a State of Emergency. Alternatively, if the Founder has ceased to exist for any reason, the Councillor may issue a State of Emergency which shall come into force following a successful vote of the Senate.

4. Section 8.1.2 shall be amended as follows:

Current Text:

8.1.2. During a State of Emergency, the Grand Master may directly infer powers to the Councillor that may override any element of this Constitution. If the Founder has ceased to exist for any reason, these powers may be inferred by the Councillor direct during the State of Emergency.

Proposed Text:

8.1.2. During a State of Emergency, the Grand Master may directly delegate powers to the Councillor that may override any element of this Constitution. If the Founder has ceased to exist for any reason, these powers may be listed by the Councillor and must be approved by the Senate during the issuance of the State of Emergency. Any subsequent adjustments to accepted powers must be further approved by the Senate.
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RGP Date

MarĀ 11, 2322

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