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Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Batiska on Sun Sep 20, 2009 9:46 pm

Dear members of the Forum of this Region, you are required to vote on the following proposal:

Assembly Constitution Act

We, Members of free Society and members of this forum, declared:

1) A Free Society Assembly (FSA) is created.
2) All members of this forum that is also a member of Nationstate WebGame is a member of FSA.
3) All members have the right to show their opinions, within the limit of debates and respect of other members;
4) All members have a vote on questions submitted to the Assembly should they be accepted by the Assembly;
5) All members can submit a proposal to the region.
6) This FSA is a sovereign level of authority and cannot be abolished, except by a vote of 80% of members of this Assembly.
7) The FSA can make a vote of recall on any Executive Order.


Members of the FS Region and Members of this forum, do you agree with Act r not?
You can debate, but not there. A "Yes" or "No" is required for vote. The vote will end Wednesday, at the end of the day.

A vote of 50% +1 or more of voters "For" a proposal, before the end of the voting period, will put the proposal into effect as law, and will be enforced as such by the government of Free Society.


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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Brian- Novalands on Sun Sep 20, 2009 10:56 pm

In #2 do you mean all that are currently a member?

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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Batiska on Mon Sep 21, 2009 5:46 am

Yes, we said all members of the forum will be members of the assembly and can participate to debates.
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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Otiunos on Mon Sep 21, 2009 12:12 pm

Yes.
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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Rat Racecar on Mon Sep 21, 2009 1:47 pm

I see amendments in the future, but for now:

Yes.

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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Lower Land on Mon Sep 21, 2009 2:15 pm

I agree with RR, amendment in the future, but I will day yes.

But a question I would like to raise, not for debate so much, but just for my knowledge, since we have a Constitution (provided this is passed) are we going to have a Supreme Court?

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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Brian- Novalands on Mon Sep 21, 2009 3:16 pm

batiska wrote:Yes, we said all members of the forum will be members of the assembly and can participate to debates.

Yea I get that but say this goes through. Will people who join automaticlly be in the FSA?

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Post  Rat Racecar on Mon Sep 21, 2009 3:22 pm

That was the idea.

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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Brian- Novalands on Mon Sep 21, 2009 6:39 pm

oh. Well then no.

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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Batiska on Mon Sep 21, 2009 8:37 pm

Partial results

Yes: 3
No: 1
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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Brian- Novalands on Mon Sep 21, 2009 10:06 pm

Is the FSA basically like a Congress?

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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Lower Land on Tue Sep 22, 2009 7:02 am

No, because Congress is elected, making a Representive Democracy. Under the proposed Constitution, the people vote on the issues, making it a Direct Democracy.

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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Fonzirelli on Tue Sep 22, 2009 7:34 am

Yes this is what I was trying to install and talked about during my campaign. Well done batiska.

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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Batiska on Wed Sep 23, 2009 8:47 pm

Sorry, I did a BIG mistake and forgot to stipulate the end of vote. Really sorry for that...
It will be Friday at the end of the day. Final result will be declare after that.
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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Batiska on Wed Sep 23, 2009 8:49 pm

And please, don't debate here. You can do it under the debate topic. Here, is a vote. You can change your mind at anytime before the end of vote. Just to keep it clear for easy reading.

Thank you dear member for your help.
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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Aidsboat Nation on Thu Sep 24, 2009 6:27 pm

IMPORTANT: there is currently no mechanism in this Constitution WHATSOEVER for enforcement,decisding voting. Technically, all that would be created out of the current wording of this document is a body that you could submit proposals to and that everyone is a member of, and it says they would vote for, but what does voting do.

Currently, in short, nothing.

Proposed Amendment: A vote of 50% +1 or more of voters "For" a proposal, before the end of the voting period, will put the proposal into effect as law, and will be enforced as such by the government of Free Society.
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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Batiska on Thu Sep 24, 2009 9:13 pm

Final result:

For: 3
Against: 1

I required the President overview of debates, percentage of participation and result to declare if this vote validate this first version of the Act.

Because Assembly is declared only by Executive Order and no rules are already defined by this Assembly, we cannot declare this Act as effective with a low rate of participation and no consensus.
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Re: Assembly Constitution Act (Vote)

Post  Gramstandard on Fri Oct 16, 2009 11:01 pm

When will this organization come into effect? Upon review of your proposal, I agree that it is the best form of representative government possible, at this point in time.
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