14th General Assembly

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14th General Assembly
13th 14th 15th
SecretaryThe Final Horseman
Prime MinisterArgentigrad
Start14 June 2019
End14 September 2019

The 14th General Assembly was elected at the June 2019 general election. This consisted of seven independent members, and each served a three-month term from June to September 2019. The final members of the 14th General Assembly were The Final Horseman, Argentigrad, Dawtania, Greylyn, Grod Island, Kavagrad, and Nottinhaps.

Members[edit | edit source]

14 June
General Election
Secretary The Final Horseman
Prime Minister Argentigrad
Senator 1 Dawtania
Senator 2 Greylyn
Senator 3 Grod Island
Senator 4 Kavagrad
Senator 5 Nottinhaps

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 18 June 19 June 24 June
Minister of Foreign Affairs Heck. Dawtania
Minister of Information - Argentigrad
Minister of Recruitment - The Final Horseman

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 14th General Assembly:

Name Result Proposer/s Description
Military Voting Citizen Act 7-0 Nottinhaps
  • Formalise a method of recording Military Voting citizens
  • Create a public MV register for use in elections and referendums
Constitution Amendment
(Separate Cabinet)
43-1 Greylyn/
Uan aa Boa
  • Wholly separate the executive and legislative branches
  • Formalise the executive Cabinet, the Secretary's advisory body
  • Change Senators to Members of General Assembly, increase to 7
Election Amendment
(Separate Cabinet)
  • Remove mention of the Prime Minister and the joint executive ticket
  • Amend in accordance with Constitution Amendment (Separate Cabinet)
Vacant Position Amendment
(Separate Cabinet)
  • Remove mention of the Prime Minister
  • Amend in accordance with Constitution Amendment (Separate Cabinet)
Constitution Amendment
(Civil Cases)
37-15 Dawtania
  • Institute the right of all citizens to file a civil lawsuit
  • Lay foundations for separating civil/criminal cases in Court Procedures Act
Court Procedure Amendment
(Civil Cases)
  • Separate civil lawsuits and criminal prosecutions in the Supreme Court
  • Apply the newly established Constitutional right to file a lawsuit to statute law
Election Amendment
(Simplified Voting)
7-0 Llorens
  • Change the Secretary election to a single transferable voting system
  • Change the General Assembly election to a plurality-at-large voting system
Justice Appointment Amendment
(Cabinet Appointments)
7-0 Dawtania
  • Bring the system for confirming the Cabinet into line with the Supreme Court
  • Amend the title of the Act to be the Secretarial Appointment Act
General Assembly
  Not passed
  Not passed