3rd General Assembly

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3rd General Assembly
2nd 3rd 4th
Prime MinisterAuven
Start30 September 2016
End31 December 2016

The 3rd General Assembly was elected at the September 2016 general election. This consisted of nine independent members, a result of a complete overhaul of the government system, replacing the multi-party system. This General Assembly served a three-month term, from 30 September to 31 December 2016. The members of the 3rd General Assembly were Cedoria, Auven, Halfblakistan, Daemynos, Rare Pepe Hunters, New Tuva SSR, Llorens, Losinia, and Celera.

Rare Pepe Hunters replaced British Accia as the Minister of Defence on 27 November 2016 due to the latter's admitted lack of availability.

Members[edit | edit source]

30 September
General Election
15 October
Accia resignation
Secretary Cedoria
Prime Minister Auven
Minister of Archives Halfblakistan
Minister of Defence British Accia Rare Pepe Hunters
Minister of Foreign Affairs New Tuva SSR
Minister of Immigration & Customs Daemynos
Chief Justice Llorens
First Justice Losinia
Second Justice Celera

Proposals[edit | edit source]

To pass a law in the General Assembly with the Secretary's endorsement five votes are needed, and without the endorsement seven votes are needed. To pass a law by referendum with the Secretary's endorsement a simple majority of the vote is needed, and without the endorsement two-thirds of the vote is needed. The following are the proposals that were put to vote during the term of the 3rd General Assembly (an italic result indicates that the Secretary didn't endorse the proposal):

Name Result Proposer/s Description
Electoral Reform Act 8-1 Cedoria
  • Requires a confidence vote to be held for sole candidates in elections
  • Requires a run-off election to be held if confidence vote fails
Anti-Discrimination Act 9-0 Llorens
  • Prohibit all forms of unfair discrimination
  • Complete minor edits on Statement of Rights for consistency
Vice-Secretary Act 1-8 Llorens
  • Replace the Prime Minister with a Vice-Secretary
  • Elect Vice-Secretary as second place in Secretary election
Rightist Restrictions Act 3-6 Llorens
  • Expand rightist restrictions to make them unable to vote
  • Continue rightist restrictions against electoral candidates
Referendum Act 7-0 Cedoria
  • All proposals seeking to amend the Constitution must go to a referendum
  • Removes the need for indirect democratic vote on constitutional matters
Criminal Recognition Act 5-2 Losinia
  • Clarify the definition of criminal activity
  • Establish a new banjection process including a General Assembly vote
Legislative Process Act 17-0 Llorens
  • Establish a formal legislative process
  • Enforces the need for both public and private discussion of bills
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