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Request for Review: Nomination of the Deputy Prime Minister

Offline Lashnakia

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Honourable Justices of the Court,

I am placing a request for review on the topic of the nomination of the Deputy Prime Minister.

The ONLY clause the constitution references the topic in is below:

"4. The Prime Minister can nominate a Deputy Prime Minister to help oversee the ministries. The House of Representatives shall be presented with that nominee and must hold a vote lasting three days, until all House Representatives have voted, or until a majority of House members have approved or rejected the nominee. If the nominee is rejected, the Prime Minister may present a new nominee and restart the process."

This does not specify, in the case of the most recent appointment, if a DPM has to be re-nominated, either in the case of a second re-election, or, more prominently, if the current DPM was nominated in the middle of a term following a resignation.

This is what I would like clarified before the issue next comes up.


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Reply #1 on: August 09, 2021, 08:54:14 pm
In both cases, the DPM continues to hold office unless they are relieved.
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Reply #2 on: August 09, 2021, 08:59:31 pm
At the present moment, the DPM hold office until relieved in both cases.
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Reply #3 on: August 10, 2021, 01:07:22 am
In both instances, the DPM continues to hold office unless they are relieved.