8th General Assembly

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8th General Assembly
7th 8th 9th
SecretarySouth Miruva
Prime MinisterAtealia
Start14 December 2017
End14 March 2018

The 8th General Assembly was elected at the December 2017 general election. This consisted of seven independent members, and each served a three-month term from January to March 2018. The final members of the 8th General Assembly were South Miruva, Atealia, Auven, Cedoria, Hecknamistan, Kavagrad, and The Persian Socialist Federation.

Members[edit | edit source]

14 December
General Election
Secretary South Miruva
Prime Minister Atealia
Senator 1 Auven
Senator 2 Cedoria
Senator 3 Hecknamistan
Senator 4 Kavagrad
Senator 5 The Persian Socialist Federation

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 15 December 3 January 24 January 18 Febuary
Minister of Archives Libertasnia -
Minister of Recruitment - Kavagrad
Minister of Foreign Affairs - Cedoria

Proposals[edit | edit source]

Any bill requires fifty percent plus one vote in favour, with this being held in a referendum for bills affecting the Constitution and in the General Assembly for those not. The following are the proposals that were put to vote during the term of the 8th General Assembly:

Name Result Proposer/s Description
Executive Government Act 10-8 Cedoria
  • Clarify the responsibilities of the Ministers
  • Outline the procedure of appointing non-Senator Ministers
Seek Other Act 14-0 Llorens
  • Remove the electoral confidence vote procedure
  • Implement a 'Seek other candidate/ticket' option to each contest
Revised Executive Act 8-9 Llorens
  • Allow Justices to be Ministers
  • Remove Minister authority to view internal GA communications
Military Voters Act 14-0 Cedoria
  • Allow verified military personnel to vote in elections
  • Require a senior officer from their respective military to confirm identity
Senatorial Representation Act 17-0 Kavagrad
  • Make the number of Senators a floating, rather than fixed, number
  • Specify the number is to be determined at the start of a general election
Sentencing Act 5-0 Llorens
  • Expand the number of prosecutable offences significantly
  • Implement a sentence review process for offenders
General Assembly
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