14th Supreme Court

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14th Supreme Court
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Membership
Justice 1Llorens
Justice 2Morvan
Justice 3Auven
Dates
Start2 July 2019
End22 September 2019

The 14th Supreme Court was appointed by Secretary The Final Horseman and confirmed by citizens in individual confidence votes. This consisted of three Justices, and each served a three-month term from 2 July to 22 September 2019. The final members of the 14th Supreme Court were Llorens, Morvan, and Auven.

Members[edit | edit source]

Date
Event
2 July
Confirmed by citizens
Justice 1 Llorens
Justice 2 Morvan
Justice 3 Auven

Confirmations[edit | edit source]

The following are the results of the confidence votes on Secretary The Final Horseman's initial appointees to the Supreme Court:

Appointee Result
Llorens 25-1
Morvan 21-5
Auven 18-8

As a result, all three appointees were confirmed to their posts.

Legal rulings[edit | edit source]

The Supreme Court may issue legal rulings on any disputes over the interpretation of regional law. The following are the legal rulings that were issued during the term of the 14th Supreme Court:

Ruling name Date issued Vote Summary of ruling
#1 (Ministerial Policy Application) 3 Jul 2019 Supported by Auven, Llorens, and Morvan.
  • Determined that Ministers may apply relevant policy as legislated by the General Assembly, rather than the General Assembly being required to vote on the application of each policy
  • Initiated by a dispute over Minister of Foreign Affairs Hecknamistan's decision to close the embassy with The Verusation Federation without consulting the General Assembly, which was deemed legal
#2 (Public Legislative Voting) 6 Jul 2019 Supported by Auven, Llorens, and Morvan.
  • Determined that the status quo practice of the General Assembly voting in a private channel and releasing the vote outcome publicly satisfied the requirement for all votes to be "viewable to the public"
#3 (Election Candidate Departure) 6 Sep 2019 Supported by Auven, Llorens, and Morvan.
  • Determined that an election candidate is not immediately disqualified if they depart the region and do not publicly state their withdrawal from the race, though they may communicate this through the Supreme Court
  • Initiated by the departure of Grand Proudhonia, a Secretary candidate in the September 2019 general election, from the region