Amelioration of Axomita, Section 17: Types of Votes

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Amelioration of Axomita, Section 17: Types of Votes

Post by USEA on Sun Nov 20, 2016 7:42 pm

Amelioration of Axomita, Section 17: Types of Votes

Given the fact that Illuminati is now without a Founder, Section 17 of the Axomita in which states that the Round Table may only vote for “structural changes in regional infrastructure” with approval of the Founder, which is now non-existent, should be altered to better fit the current climate in which this magnificent region stands, and so the current section of law should now be altered to the following:


Section 17: Types of Votes

● The Round Table shall be used to vote on a variety of things, including but not exclusively: legal proposals, treaties, alliances, invasive military action, new states, new colonies, new territories, to settle disputes, and structural changes in regional infrastructure (which must be approved by both the Grand Chancellor and World Assembly Delegate. These infrastructural changes involve changes which affect regional mediums such as chat servers and forum sites.) The Round Table does not hold the right to pass any legislation which prevents it's own repeal or requires more than 75% approval by itself for repeal.

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Re: Amelioration of Axomita, Section 17: Types of Votes

Post by Altino on Sat Nov 26, 2016 6:20 pm

melioration of Axomita, Section 17: Types of Votes

Given the fact that Illuminati is now without a Founder, Section 17 of the Axomita in which states that the Round Table may only vote for “structural changes in regional infrastructure” with approval of the Founder, which is now non-existent, should be altered to better fit the current climate in which this magnificent region stands, and so the current section of law should now be altered to the following:


Section 17: Types of Votes

● The Round Table shall be used to vote on a variety of things, including but not exclusively: legal proposals, treaties, alliances, invasive military action, new states, new colonies, new territories, to settle disputes, and structural changes in regional infrastructure (which must be approved by the Grand Chancellor. These infrastructural changes involve changes which affect regional mediums such as chat servers and forum sites.) The Round Table does not hold the right to pass any legislation which prevents it's own repeal or requires more than 75% approval by itself for repeal.
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