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[WITHDRAWN] Amendment 12

Renegalle

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on: February 20, 2020, 07:49:18 pm
Amendment 12: The Citizensí Act

Purpose: An act to delegate the power to remove government officials to the citizens.

Existing Article, Article A: Citizenship

1. All nations in the Union are citizens.
2. Citizenship shall entitle nations to the rights outlined in Article B.
3. Citizenship may only be removed by the Court as a punishment following a criminal trial. Rights of Citizenship may be removed by the Court for the same reason, but only temporarily.
4. Citizenship shall only remain valid as long as the citizen's nation remains in the Union.
5. Citizens shall hold the sole power to remove a Representative and shall do so by holding a democratic vote in which a simple majority is required to remove them. A public hearing must be held prior to the vote.

New Article, Article A: The Citizens

1. All nations in the Union are citizens.
2. Citizenship shall entitle nations to rights, as outlined in Article B.
3. Citizenship may only be removed by the Court as a punishment following a criminal trial. Rights of Citizenship may be removed by the Court for the same reason, but only temporarily.
4. Citizenship shall only remain valid so long as the citizen's nation remains in the Union.
5. The power to remove government officials from office shall rest solely with the citizens.

5.1. A vote to remove a government official from office shall require turnout equivalent to at least 1/5 of the number of Union World Assembly Members at the time voting begins.
5.2. A vote to remove a government official from office shall last 4 days.
5.3. In order to remove the Prime Minister, Prosecutor, or Judge, a 2/3 majority in favor shall be required.
5.4. In order to remove any other government official from office, except for the Founder and members of the Cabinet, a simple majority in favor shall be required.

Existing Article, Article E: The House of Representatives

1. The House shall consist of Representatives from each region in the Union, proportional to the total number of World Assembly members in each region.
2. The total number of seats in the House of Representatives shall be decided at the start of every House election. Each region will be able to elect one Representative for every 5 World Assembly nations they have. If a region does not fill all of its seats in an election, the vacant seats will not be considered absent and thus, not subject to Article G of this Constitution.
3. The House shall hold the power to pass and repeal laws.
4. The House may pass or repeal any of its laws with a simple majority vote by its members in favor of the change.
5. The House may override an Executive Order from the Prime Minister with a 2/3 majority vote by its members in favor of the change.
6. The House may remove the following types of government officials for failing to perform their responsibilities, serious misconduct, or in response to majority support among citizens for impeachment.

6.1. The Prime Minister may be removed with a 2/3 majority vote of the House.
6.2. The Prosecutor may be removed with a 2/3 majority vote of the House.
6.3. The Judge may be removed with a 2/3 majority vote of the House.
6.4. Any other government official, with the exception of the Founder, Cabinet Ministers, and House Representatives, may be removed with a simple majority vote of the House.

7. Any member of the House may propose an amendment to this Constitution. Once every member of the House has had the chance to review the Amendment, the Amendment may be seconded and subsequently, sent to vote. If the House votes in favor of it, with a simple majority, it will then be sent to the citizens for a vote, lasting 4 days. If the citizens approve of the amendment with a 2/3 majority, the amendment will be sent to the Founder for approval.

7.1. If the Founder signs the amendment, the Constitution shall be amended and the amendment shall become law. In signing it, the Founder may fix any spelling errors in the passed amendment and that fixed version shall become law.
7.2. If the Founder vetoes it, providing reasoning for their veto, it shall not become law, with no option to override the veto.

New Article, Article E: The House of Representatives

1. The House shall consist of Representatives from each region in the Union, proportional to the total number of World Assembly members in each region.
2. The total number of seats in the House of Representatives shall be decided at the start of every House election. Each region will be able to elect one Representative for every 5 World Assembly nations they have. If a region does not fill all of its seats in an election, the vacant seats will not be considered absent and thus, not subject to Article G of this Constitution.
3. The House shall hold the power to pass and repeal laws.
4. The House may pass or repeal any of its laws with a simple majority vote by its members in favor of the change.
5. The House may override an Executive Order from the Prime Minister with a 2/3 majority vote by its members in favor of the change.
6. Any member of the House may propose an amendment to this Constitution. Once every member of the House has had the chance to review the Amendment, the Amendment may be seconded and subsequently, sent to vote. If the House votes in favor of it, with a simple majority, it will then be sent to the citizens for a vote, lasting 4 days. If the citizens approve of the amendment with a 2/3 majority, the amendment will be sent to the Founder for approval.

6.1. If the Founder signs the amendment, the Constitution shall be amended and the amendment shall become law. In signing it, the Founder may fix any spelling errors in the passed amendment and that fixed version shall become law.
6.2. If the Founder vetoes it, providing reasoning for their veto, it shall not become law, with no option to override the veto.

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