12th General Assembly

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12th General Assembly
11th 12th 13th
SecretaryNew Arkados
Prime MinisterNottinhaps
Start14 December 2018
End14 March 2019

The 12th General Assembly was elected at the December 2018 general election. This consisted of seven independent members, and each served a three-month term from December 2018 to March 2019. The final members of the 12th General Assembly were New Arkados, Nottinhaps, Argentigrad, Dawtania, Grod Island, Queerterra, and The Final Horseman.

Members[edit | edit source]

14 December
General Election
Secretary New Arkados
Prime Minister Nottinhaps
Senator 1 Argentigrad
Senator 2 Dawtania
Senator 3 Grod Island
Senator 4 Queerterra
Senator 5 The Final Horseman

Ministers[edit | edit source]

While not directly related to the activities of the General Assembly, the following Ministers were appointed by the Secretary to oversee certain areas of regional life during this term:

Date 20 Dec. 2 Jan. 7 Jan. 8 January 18 February
Minister of Foreign Affairs Hecknamistan
Minister of Media Libertasnia -
Minister of Recruitment Arg - Grod The Final Horseman
Minister of NS Affairs - Nottinhaps

Proposals[edit | edit source]

An amendment to the Constitution requires a two-thirds majority in a referendum to be passed. Bills and amendments to Acts require a majority in the General Assembly to be passed. The following are the proposals that were put to vote during the term of the 12th General Assembly:

Name Result Proposer/s Description
Constitution Amendment
(Resident Motion)
29-2 Dawtania
  • Extend ability to call for VoNC motions
  • Initiate a VoNC with the endorsement of five percent of WA citizens
Constitution Amendment
(Military Voting)
23-3 Nottinhaps
  • Allow R/D gameplayers to fully partake in voting
  • Increase this privilege from previously only general elections
Election Amendment
(Military Voting)
  • A part of the 'Military Voting' legislative package
  • Allows R/D gameplayers to run for Senator
Justice Appointment Amendment
(Military Voting)
  • A part of the 'Military Voting' legislative package
  • Allows R/D gameplayers to vote in Justice confirmation polls
Vacant Position Amendment
(Military Voting)
  • A part of the 'Military Voting' legislative package
  • Allows R/D gameplayers to run and vote in by-elections
Constitutional Amendment
(Decentralised Media)
32-2 Llorens/
  • Discontinues requirement of the Minister of Media position
  • Grants individuals the ability to pursue their own publications
Minister Responsibilities Amendment
(Decentralised Media)
  • Removes Minister of Media responsibilities
  • Brings the affected Act into line with the Constitution
Legislature Conduct Amendment
(Public Votes)
6-1 Dawtania
  • Requires that individual GA votes be published on the RMB
  • Opens up GA voting to public viewership
Legislature Conduct Amendment
(Voting Period)
7-0 Argentigrad/
New Arkados
  • Prevents GA votes from lagging on for many days
  • Sets a strict deadline of three days for GA votes
General Assembly
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