4th General Assembly

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4th General Assembly
3rd 4th 5th
Prime MinisterLlorens
Start31 December 2016
End1 April 2017

The 4th General Assembly was elected at the December 2016 general election. This consisted of nine independent members, and each served a three-month term from 31 December 2016 to 1 April 2017. The members of the 4th General Assembly were Cedoria, Llorens, Fidels Beard, Franckley, Auven, New Lonopolian Empire, Losinia, Slavansko, and New Tuva SSR.

New Tuva SSR replaced Libertasnia as the Minister of Foreign Affairs on 18 February 2017 due to the latter's admitted lack of availability.

Members[edit | edit source]

31 December
General Election
15 January
Libertasnia resignation
Secretary Cedoria
Prime Minister Llorens
Minister of Archives Fidels Beard
Minister of Defence Slavansko
Minister of Foreign Affairs Libertasnia New Tuva SSR
Minister of Immigration & Customs Franckley
Chief Justice Auven
First Justice New Lonopolian Empire
Second Justice Losinia

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 4th General Assembly (an italic result indicates that the Secretary didn't endorse the proposal):

Name Result Proposer(s) Description
Minister Replacement Act 9-0 Llorens & Cedoria
  • Create a formal process for filling vacant General Assembly positions
  • Ensure a by-election or appointment depending on the type of position vacated
Banjection Reform Act 6-2 Llorens & New
Lonopolian Empire
  • Establish a fair court trial and banjection system
  • Return power to Ministry of Law to make banjection decisions
Overseer of Entertainment Act 16-4 New Lonopolian
  • Allow the Secretary to appoint an Overseer of Entertainment
  • Grant Communications and Polls authority to help host event
Election Process Act 19-0 Auven
  • Create an Article in the Constitution dedicated to elections
  • Remove all other references in legislation
Industry Freedom Act 7-2 Llorens
  • Remove private industry restrictions
  • Recognise that leftism isn't exclusively opposed to all private industry
Leftist Tenure Act 19-2 Losinia
  • Establish a government position limit of three consecutive terms
  • Ensure that new leaders are able to be elected
Banjection Amendment Act 8-0 Slavansko
  • Make an exception for emergency banjections
  • Alter the voting process to allow easier passage
State of Emergency Processes Act 14-0 Cedoria
  • Outline rules for a State of Emergency
  • Generally give Secretary ultimate authority
General Assembly
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