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House Bill X: Regional Security Act

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on: February 26, 2021, 08:31:15 pm
House Bill X: Regional Security Act
Purpose: To ensure that all members of the Cabinet and legislature are made fully aware of any threats to the Union.
Author: Tigslarlowducken

Article 1: Update Requirements
1. A Regional Security Update (RSU) shall be disseminated within the first week of every month or on such an occasion that the Founder, Prime Minister, or Minister of Foreign Affairs perceives an imminent threat to the Union.
2. The Cabinet, the House of Representatives, the Prime Minister, and the Founder must be given access to any RSU.
3. All RSUs will be classified by default and may only be declassified under the following circumstances:
3.1. With written consent from either the Founder or Prime Minister
3.2. A subpoena by a simple majority from the High Court as part of a criminal investigation or trial
3.3. A successful Freedom of Information Act request

Article 2: Update Content
1. RSUs will be primarily authored by the Prime Minister or, in the event that the Prime Minister is unavailable, the Founder. The Minister of Foreign Affairs will provide input when discussing threats from outside the Union.
2. Any Regional Security Update must address any new threats to the Union or changes to any existing threats. In the event that no changes have occurred, the RSU leader need only communicate that the situation remains unchanged.

Article 3: Union Threat Board
1. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall be responsible for the maintenance of a Union Threat Board, which shall be updated at least weekly and be made available to all RSU attendees.
2. The Union Threat Board should include:
2.1. A list of any regions or individuals perceived to be an imminent threat to the Union
2.2. A list of any regions or individuals perceived to be an imminent threat to the allies of the Union
2.3. A list of any regions perceived to be hostile towards the Union
2.4. Any other threats the Founder, Prime Minister, or Minister of Foreign Affairs feel compelled to include
3. The Union Threat Board shall use the following scale for determining the level of threat posted:
3.1. Imminent - The threat is perceived to be capable of occurring at any time or is actively occurring
3.2. Very High - The threat poses no immediate danger to the Union but the situation could deteriorate at any time
3.3. High - The threat poses no immediate danger to the Union but requires constant monitoring
3.4. Moderate - The threat poses no immediate danger to the Union

Article 4: Failure to Comply
1. Failure to comply with the provisions outlined in this document are to be considered nonfeasance.
« Last Edit: February 27, 2021, 09:14:25 pm by Tigslarlowducken »
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