20th General Assembly

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20th General Assembly
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Leadership
SpeakerPodria
Deputy SpeakerVandensia
Dates
Start14 December 2020
End14 March 2021

The 20th General Assembly was elected at the December 2020 general election. This consists of seven independent members, each serving a three-month term from December 2020 to March 2021. The current members of the 20th General Assembly are Asturies-Llion, Greylyn, Grod Island, Help Me Take Over The World Please, Kongoland, Podria, and Vandensia.

Members[edit | edit source]

The General Assembly was elected on 14 December 2020. The following timeline commences on that same day, which is when the first Speaker was elected.

Date 14 December
Speaker Podria
Deputy Speaker Vandensia
Member 1 Asturies-Llion
Member 2 Greylyn
Member 3 Grod Island
Member 4 Help Me Take Over The World Please
Member 5 Kongoland
Member 6 Podria
Member 7 Vandensia

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 20th General Assembly:

Name Result Author
(Signatory)
Description
Legislative Process Amendment
(Abstention Quorum)
7-0 (0) Vandensia
  • Clarify the role of abstentions in General Assembly votes
  • Establish a quorum for valid General Assembly votes to occur
Election Amendment
(Assembly Appointment)
7-0 (0) Vandensia
  • Make Speaker appoint GA when 2+ vacancies follow the election
  • Ensure greater efficiency in filling the General Assembly
Constitution Amendment
(Executive Limitation)
37-15 (11) Vandensia
  • Prohibit the Secretary from serving dually as an MGA
  • Cap the number of Cabinet roles a Secretary can hold at two
Regional Officers Bill 7-0 (0) Greylyn & Llorens
(Greylyn)
  • Codify gameside authorities given to government officials
  • Provide some flexibility to the Secretary on ministerial powers
Key
General Assembly
  Passed
  Not passed
Referendum
  Passed
  Not passed