The World Assembly Endorsement Cap Act

Jan 17, 2016 | Law, Statutory

Title:

1. This Act shall be titled “The World Assembly Endorsement Cap Act”

Body of the Act:

2. The Senate, in accordance with the Constitution of Cynosure in the following:

6.2. Every citizen shall have the right to manage his or her nation as desired. This provision shall not be construed to prohibit the regional government from establishing a limit on WA endorsements to protect the WA Delegacy.
6.7. No citizen shall be ejected and banned from the region or banned from the forum without a fair, speedy and public trial before the Cynosure Court, excluding ejections and bans of nations in violation of a legal endorsement cap, in violation of the Terms of Service of NationStates, or in violation of the Terms of Use as laid out by the Grand Master. Citizens banned for violating the legal endorsement cap will have the right to appeal any ejection or ban placed on them to the Cynosure Court.

Hereby limits the number of endorsements any resident of Cynosure whom is not the designated World Assembly Councillor, as appointed by the Councillor of Cynosure as such, to no more than 50% of the endorsements of the designated World Assembly Councillor.

3. The Senate additionally provides the Councillor with the power to assign higher caps to nations above the 50% endorsement limit designated in Section 2 of this act, and to no more than 90% at maximum. Each specified nation will be limited instead to the percentage of the endorsements of the designated World Assembly Councillor as assigned in this manner.

Declaration of Punishment for Violation of the Act

4. Any violation of this act shall result in the ejection and/or banishment from this region of this resident, at least 24 hours after a notice has been sent to this resident by the Grand Master, Internal Affairs Councillor, Information Councillor, or Councillor, and should they absolve themselves of the offending endorsements in this timeframe, shall be acquitted. An algorithm of checking for these offenders shall be commenced no less than once every month and no more than once every week, except for when a state of emergency has been declared.

Amended by The Vice WA Councillor Exemption Amendment Act on May 19, 2016.

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RGP Date

Feb 03, 2322