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Roleplay / Re: Application for the Ministry of Roleplay
« on: January 21, 2021, 04:55:34 pm »
I have an opening for an RP position, and I hope someone will apply that is willing to help with stats and enforce ideas. I need someone who knows the RP policy rules, as well as someone who can work with me to update policies. I will not need a map worker or an event idea manager, though if you are willing to do these responsibilities in addition to policy work, that would be okay too.

I’d like to ask the following questions to anyone who wants to apply for the ministry. Note that I will most likely only be hiring 1 new member, of which  will be voting members. Salibaic will be my boss but will not have any ability to intervene in our voting process or our decision making unless we reach an impasse. He has promised to me that he will be oversight and activity monitoring only. I don’t want anyone to specifically say what position they want to take, I will be assigning it based on your answers.

Please answer the following.
What is your nation name and in what area of Force is it located?

What do you feel you can provide if you enter the Ministry of Roleplay?

What is the biggest thing you want to see change in the Roleplay?

What is the biggest thing you want to keep intact in the Roleplay?

Do you think Roleplay should be political or non-political? Should it be at risk to change with each Prime Minister or should it be a nonpartisan and independent part of government?

How do you think the military should work in the RP?

Should there be a limit on policies to limit growth?

What is your worst fear when it comes to the Roleplay? In your everyday as a player, what makes you most concerned?

This position is first come first serve based on credibility and time of entry.

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Constitutional Amendments / Re: Amendment X: House Absences Act
« on: January 16, 2021, 02:15:44 pm »
This amendment has passed and is awaiting a citizen vote. This Amendment shall be numbered Amendment 30
For
Drew Durnil
Kronesia
Krovx
Azerubia
Ayko
Tigslarlowducken
Caduceo

Against
None

Abstentions
None

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Bills / Re: House Bill X: Comprehensive House Procedures Act
« on: January 16, 2021, 02:15:25 pm »
This bill has passed and is awaiting signatures by the Prime Minister and the Founder  This bill shall be called House Bill 56
For
Drew Durnil
Kronesia
Krovx
Azerubia
Ayko
Tigslarlowducken
Caduceo

Against
None

Abstentions
None

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Repeals / Re: House Repeal X: House Bill 55
« on: January 16, 2021, 02:15:08 pm »
This bill has passed  It shall be called House Repeal 19
For
Drew Durnil
Kronesia
Krovx
Azerubia
Ayko
Tigslarlowducken

Against
Caduceo

Abstentions
None

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This bill has passed and is awaiting signature from the Prime Minister. This bill shall be called House Bill 57.

For
Drew Durnil
Kronesia
Krovx
Azerubia
Ayko
Caduceo
Tigslarlowducken

Against
None

Abstentions
None

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Repeals / Re: House Repeal X: House Bill 52
« on: January 16, 2021, 02:14:37 pm »
This bill has passed It shall be called House Repeal 18

For
Drew Durnil
Kronesia
Krovx
Azerubia
Ayko
Caduceo
Tigslarlowducken

Against
None

Abstentions
None

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Cabinet News / Roleplay Report 1-13
« on: January 14, 2021, 12:48:52 am »
I honestly do not have much to say as the ministry has been mostly inactive. I have been juggling the duty of Speaker of the House with an inactive House and running an election.

However, under my discretion I have allowed the military technology to be put up to date (1801 standards) as well as allowed Tigslarlowducken to continue moderating a war with Illyrus and neighboring tribes.

I would like to, since elections are almost done and I am back into a groove with school, once again spend a half hour a day in Roleplay getting work done.

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Past Elections / Debate: Midterm Elections, January 2021
« on: January 04, 2021, 11:34:00 pm »
Debate: Midterm Elections, January 2021

Debate closes on January 7th at 11:34PM EST.
Brief Overview

The Debate period is intended to be a time in which citizens can assess the competence of candidates running for office and make an informed decision in the voting period that follows. All citizens may ask questions to the candidates and while the candidates are not legally bound to answering these questions, it is highly encouraged. Candidates are however legally bound to answer all questions asked of them by the Founder or Speaker.

Candidates for House Representative
Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia (Force)
Kronisia (Force)
Sidervida (Force)
Tigslarlowducken (Force)
Xenomenadra (Force)
Mentago (Force)
Caduceo (Force)

Candidates for Justice
Tigslarlowducken (Force)
Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia (Force)
Yamatochi (Force)

Relevant Law

1. As a candidate, you are required to answer all questions asked to you by the Founder (Renegalle) and the Speaker of the House (Alemputo) during this Debate or you will be automatically disqualified (§B.4.1).

Required: Questions for all House of Representatives Candidates

1. Which House Bills do you plan to pass and/or repeal? Why?
It is always best to be informed on bills. During your term a house repeal of Bills 52 and 55 may be up for vote.

2. In what ways should the Constitution be amended, if at all? Explain how the changes would improve the current system of governance. It is always best to be informed, so please check the proposed laws and amendments in the House sections of the forums. Some of the amendments that may be put to vote during your term are the Stronger Justice Act, 2nd Revision, The Public Defense Establishment Act, the House Replacement Modification Act, the House Absences amendment, and the comprehensive High Commission and Union Reform Act. With your statements on any additions, provide your opinions on these.

3. What qualifies you to serve in the House? What makes this qualifying?

4. Do you believe that people who make the laws (the Legislative Branch) should also be enforcing the laws (the Judicial Branch)? Do you think that a Prime Minister or Deputy Prime Minister (the Executive Branch) should be able to run for the House of Representatives (the Legislative Branch)? In your ideal picture of Force, can the  Prime Minister be Chief Justice simultaneously, or a Chief Justice be the Speaker of the House simultaneously, or the Speaker of the House be Prime Minister simultaneously?

5. If elected, do you plan on running for Speaker? If so, what makes you a good candidate for this position and if not, who do you think would be a better candidate?

6. How, as a House Representative, would you facilitate activity for new and existing Citizens? What would you do to combat regional inactivity?

7. Do you plan to facilitate a better working relationship between the House and Cabinet? If not, why do you think the House and the Cabinet should be separate? If so, explain how you would do so, and how it would work.

Required: Questions for all Court Justice candidates

1. The Justices are responsible for deciding the punishment for a person found guilty, following a trial. You are required to do this with the advice of the Jury. Keeping that in mind, how would you balance your own thoughts on how harsh punishment should be with the Jury's recommendation?

2. The Justices are responsible for determining whether any laws contradict the Constitution. With this power in mind, what method(s) would you use to come to a decision as to the legality of a law? If a law was not necessarily illegal but went against the character of the Constitution, would you consider that fairgrounds for it to be overturned?

3. Do you believe it is more important to take your time when deciding the verdict for a case, even if it means the guilty party goes longer without punishment, or do you believe it is more important to quickly decide on a verdict, even if it means the punishment may not be as suitable as otherwise? What factors would tilt this more in favor of one or the other?

4. Similarly to question two, if a case was brought to the court against someone who had not necessarily done something that was illegal, but went against the character of the Constitution, would you consider that fairgrounds for the case to be considered?

5. How, as a Justice, would you facilitate activity for new and existing Citizens? What would you do to combat regional inactivity?

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A quick note to the situation with the Force Unity Party.

Citizens running for the House of Representatives which put “Force Unity Party” or “FUP” down on their candidacy announcement will be considered an “independent” as per this statement from the FUP: https://www.nationstates.net/page=dispatch/id=1484881

Thanks for the understanding, and happy running!

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Past Elections / Candidacy Announcements: Midterm Elections, January 2021
« on: January 01, 2021, 02:27:43 pm »
Candidacy Announcements: Midterm Elections, January 2021

Candidacy Announcements close on January 4th at 2:30 PM EST.


Up for Election: A total of eight House of Representative seats from the capital region of Force and three Justice offices.

House Representatives

Responsibilities and Privileges: The House of Representatives holds three distinct powers: the ability to pass laws to complement and expand upon the Constitution (but not contradict it), the ability to begin the amendment process (all Constitutional Amendments must start in and be approved by the House, before going to the citizenry for a vote), and the ability to remove government officials who fail to perform their responsibilities adequately or misuse their power (including the Prime Minister and members of the Court).

Term Length: 4 months

Justices

Responsibilities and Privileges: The Court Justices shall be responsible for overseeing and ensuring the speedy delivery of justice in trials, delivering verdicts on court cases, and judging the legality of passed House Bills. There are three justices on the Court.

Term Length: 2 months

Official Candidacy Form:

Candidacy must be filed using this official form; other formats will not be accepted. The House of Representatives is only open to Force residents. Justices are open to any citizen of the Force Union.

For House Representatives:
Nation:
Region:
Political Party:
Position Seeking: House Representative

For Justices:
Nation:
Region:
Position Seeking:

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Cabinet News / Roleplay Report 12-29
« on: December 29, 2020, 02:32:19 pm »
The Roleplay ministry has been working hard at getting applications and updating the map. We have been working on role playing with Illyrus, which is having some civil conflict at the moment, as well as with discussions how espionage and the military can be tweaked. I would like to, by the end of this week, actually Roleplay as Alemputo.

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Representative Proposals / Amendment X - Stronger Justice Act, 2nd Revision
« on: December 26, 2020, 12:33:31 am »
Amendment X: Stronger Justice Act, 2nd Revision

Author/s: Caduceo, as well as revisions by Salibaic and Drew Durnil


Existing Article; Article F: The Court

1. The Court shall consist of three or five justices.
2. At the beginning of each elected term, the Justices shall elect from among themselves a Chief Justice, who shall be responsible for ensuring that all responsibilities of the Court are upheld.
3. Any citizen may bring a case before the Court. The Justices collectively shall hold the responsibility of deciding whether or not to hear the case. They may only deny a case if it accuses the defendant of an action which is not illegal under any law or statute which applies to them in the Union or which has been found legal by precedent of another case that, except for those involved, was identical.
            3.1. If a case brought to the Court indicts a justice, that justice must recuse themselves from involvement in all stages of that case. The Founder must appoint a special justice to temporarily fulfill their role for that case.
4. If the case shall be heard, the defendant is required to enter a plea of guilt, innocence, or no contest within a week of the case's acceptance.
            4.1. A plea of guilt will skip a trial and move directly to sentencing.
            4.2. A plea of innocence shall move forward with a trial.
            4.3. A plea of no contest means that you do not admit guilt or innocence. The case will move before the justices for sentencing.
5. Each case in which a plea of not guilty was entered into the record shall be heard by a jury of 3 citizens selected at random by the Justices. The following are prohibited from serving on a jury: the defendant, the plaintiff, any citizen currently on trial or that has charges pending, any close personal friends, or any citizen who has served on a jury in the past 3 months.
6. A maximum of two court cases may be heard at one time, based upon the seriousness of the accusation(s). A queue shall be created if more than two cases are pending.
7. The Chief Justice shall oversee all trials except in the case of clause 3.1, in this case the Court may nominate any other justice not indicted or involved to lead the trial. Each trial shall consist of three stages: opening statements, witness testimony and/or the presentation of evidence, and closing arguments. The trial must be accessible for viewership by all citizens.
            7.1. Opening statements shall consist of statements by both the plaintiff and the defendant presenting their respective arguments and an overview, from their perspectives, of the case at hand.
            7.2. Witness testimony shall consist of bringing in outside individuals with firsthand knowledge of the alleged wrongdoing or lack thereof to testify. The presentation of evidence shall consist of the presentation of evidence to justify or refute the case at hand. Both the plaintiff and the defendant may choose to bring people or evidence forth for this stage.
            7.3. Closing arguments shall consist of arguments by both the plaintiff and the defendant to reiterate their arguments. This may include refuting the testimony of witnesses or evidence from the previous stage. The defendant shall be entitled to deliver the last closing argument. Once closing arguments have concluded, the case shall move to the jury for deliberation.
8. The Jury shall have 3 days to determine, with a simple majority, whether the defendant is guilty or innocent. If they are considering voting guilty, a jury member must ensure that they have no reasonable doubt about that guilt before voting. Alongside their vote, they must provide fair reasoning for their decision.
9. The Justices collectively shall hold the responsibility of handing out a punishment to a defendant if they are found guilty or plead no contest.
            9.1. Unanimous consensus among the justices (not including a recused justice, if there is one) shall be required to select a punishment for the guilty party. The Chief Justice must ensure consensus is reached on an appropriate punishment within 3 days of the guilty verdict. If a unanimous consensus cannot be reached after 3 days, a majority in favor shall suffice.
            9.2. The punishment must be fair and appropriate for the crime committed, as outlined in Article J.
10. Any person convicted of a crime may petition the Court for a new trial based on new evidence.
            10.1. On appeal, the Founder will appoint a special team of 3 justices to oversee the trial. This special team shall operate under the normal rules for a trial.
            10.2. No jury member who served in the original trial shall be allowed to participate in a new trial.
            11. The Justices shall hold the sole authority to judge the legality of all House Laws (excluding Constitutional amendments) and Territorial Laws. They shall provide a public statement on the legality of each of these laws within a week of their passage. They shall also hold the authority to judge the legality of executive and treaty law, though they are not required to provide statements on their legality.
            11.1. All three Justices must present their individual verdict in a public statement.
            11.2. A simple majority among the justices shall be required to find a law unconstitutional.
            11.3. If they judge a law to be unconstitutional, they must suspend it, in its entirety, providing a comprehensive legal argument to explain the reasons for its unconstitutionality.
12. The Prime Minister may issue a pardon to anyone convicted of a crime, effectively canceling that person's sentence, provided that the person is not themselves, a close friend of theirs, or an associate in government. They may only issue a pardon once per term.

New Article; Article F: The Court

1. The Court shall consist of three or five justices.
2. At the beginning of each elected term, the Justices shall elect from among themselves a Chief Justice, who shall be responsible for ensuring that all responsibilities of the Court are upheld.
3. Any citizen may bring a case before the Court. The Justices collectively shall hold the responsibility of deciding whether or not to hear the case. They may only deny a case if it accuses the defendant of an action which is not illegal under any law or statute which applies to them in the Union or which has been found legal by precedent of another case that, except for those involved, was identical.
            3.1. If a case brought to the Court indicts a justice, that justice must recuse themselves from involvement in all stages of that case. The Founder must appoint a special justice to temporarily fulfill their role for that case.
4. If the case shall be heard, the defendant is required to enter a plea of guilt, innocence, or no contest within a week of the case's acceptance.
            4.1. A plea of guilt will skip a trial and move directly to sentencing.
            4.2. A plea of innocence shall move forward with a trial.
            4.3. A plea of no contest means that you do not admit guilt or innocence. The case will move before the justices for sentencing.
5. Each case in which a plea of not guilty was entered into the record shall be heard by a jury of 3 citizens selected at random by the Justices. The following are prohibited from serving on a jury: the defendant, the plaintiff, or any citizen currently on trial or that has charges pending. any close personal friends, or any citizen who has served on a jury in the past 3 months.
6. A maximum of two three court cases may be heard at one time, based upon the seriousness of the accusation(s). A queue shall be created if more than two three cases are pending.
            6.1. If there are more than the minimum three Justices available, then the limit defined in clause 6 will increase by one for every additional Justice over the minimum three Justices, up to a maximum of five court cases being heard at one time.
7. The Chief Justice shall oversee all trials except in the case of clause 3.1, in this case the Court may nominate any other justice not indicted or involved to lead the trial. Each trial shall consist of three stages: opening statements, witness testimony and/or the presentation of evidence, and closing arguments. The trial must be accessible for viewership by all citizens.
            7.1. Opening statements shall consist of statements by both the plaintiff and the defendant presenting their respective arguments and an overview, from their perspectives, of the case at hand.
            7.2. Witness testimony shall consist of bringing in outside individuals with firsthand knowledge of the alleged wrongdoing or lack thereof to testify. The presentation of evidence shall consist of the presentation of evidence to justify or refute the case at hand. Both the plaintiff and the defendant may choose to bring people or evidence forth for this stage.
            7.3. Closing arguments shall consist of arguments by both the plaintiff and the defendant to reiterate their arguments. This may include refuting the testimony of witnesses or evidence from the previous stage. The defendant shall be entitled to deliver the last closing argument. Once closing arguments have concluded, the case shall move to the jury for deliberation.
8. The Jury shall have 3 days or until all Jury members have voted, to determine with a simple majority, whether the defendant is guilty or innocent with a simple majority. If they are considering voting guilty, a jury member must ensure that they have no reasonable doubt about that guilt before voting. Alongside their vote, they must provide fair reasoning for their decision.
9. The Justices collectively shall hold the responsibility of handing out a punishment to a defendant if they are found guilty or plead no contest.
            9.1. Unanimous consensus among the justices (not including a recused justice, if there is one) shall be required to select a punishment for the guilty party. The Chief Justice must ensure consensus is reached on an appropriate punishment within 3 days or until a unanimous consensus is reached of the guilty verdict. If a unanimous consensus cannot be reached after 3 days, a majority in favor shall suffice.
            9.2. The punishment must be fair and appropriate for the crime committed, as outlined in Article J.
10. Any person convicted of a crime may petition the Court for a new trial based on new evidence.
            10.1. On appeal, the Founder will appoint a special team of 3 justices to oversee the trial. This special team shall operate under the normal rules for a trial.
            10.2. No jury member who served in the original trial shall be allowed to participate in a new trial.
            11. The Justices shall hold the sole authority to judge the legality of all House Laws (excluding Constitutional amendments) and Territorial Laws. They shall provide a public statement on the legality of each of these laws within a week of their passage. They shall also hold the authority to judge the legality of executive and treaty law, though they are not required to provide statements on their legality.
            11.1. All three Justices must present their individual verdict in a public statement.
            11.2. A simple majority among the justices shall be required to find a law unconstitutional.
            11.3. If they judge a law to be unconstitutional, they must suspend it, in its entirety, providing a comprehensive legal argument to explain the reasons for its unconstitutionality.
12. The Prime Minister may issue a pardon to anyone convicted of a crime, effectively canceling that person's sentence, provided that the person is not themselves, a close friend of theirs, or an associate in government. They may only issue a pardon once per term.
12. The Prime Minister may issue a partial or absolute pardon to anyone convicted of a crime, provided that the person is not themselves or someone currently serving a sentence for committing Treason or Espionage. They may only issue up to two pardons per term.
            12.1. Citizens currently serving a punishment for committing Conspiracy, Malfeasance, or Voting Fraud may only receive a partial pardon, which can effectively cancel half of their remaining sentence.
            12.2. Citizens currently serving a punishment for committing any crime except Conspiracy, Malfeasance, Voting Fraud, Treason, or Espionage may receive either a partial pardon or an absolute pardon, which effectively cancels that person's sentence.
            12.3. Pardoned Citizens may not receive any form of pardon within four months of their previous pardon.
            12.4. Citizens cannot be pardoned before a conviction or if they are on trial.


Existing Article; Article I: Illegal Activities

1. Treason
    1.1. Attempting to or successfully undermining the legitimate government of the Union or its allies.
    1.2. Attempting to or successfully harming the people of the Union or the people of the Union's allies.
    1.3. Attempting to or successfully raiding or illegally occupying a territory of the Union of Force or its allies.
2. Espionage
    2.1. Attempting to or successfully accessing sensitive information without prior approval from the Founder or Prime Minister.
    2.2. Attempting to or successfully sharing sensitive information without prior approval from the Founder or Prime Minister.
3. Conspiracy
    3.1. Collaborating with one or more other citizens to commit any of the activities in this Article.
    3.2. Collaborating with one or more foreign nationals to commit any of the activities in this Article.
    3.3. Collaborating with a mix of citizens and foreign nationals to commit any of the activities in this Article.
4. Voting Fraud
    4.1. Attempting to or successfully undermining the validity of an election through the creation of multiple accounts.
    4.2. Attempting to or successfully undermining the validity of an election, referendum, or vote of any other kind by bringing in nations to vote for one or more specific candidates or ideas.
    4.3. Attempting to or successfully undermining the validity of an election by means of something other than that mentioned in §I.4.1 and §I.4.2.
5. Perjury
    5.1. Lying or willfully deceiving a member of the Court or Jury during a trial or through the providing of fake or manipulated evidence.
6. Nonfeasance and Malfeasance
            6.1. Nonfeasance shall be defined as a failure to perform one's responsibilities in any government office.
            6.2. Malfeasance shall be defined as violating the Constitution or any other binding law in a manner other than specified in the preceding clauses.

New Article; Article I: Illegal Activities
1. Treason
    1.1. Attempting to or successfully undermining the legitimate government of the Union or its allies.
    1.2. Attempting to or successfully harming the people of the Union or the people of the Union's allies.
    1.3. Attempting to or successfully raiding or illegally occupying a territory of the Union of Force or its allies.
2. Espionage
            2.1. Attempting to or successfully accessing sensitive information without prior approval from the Founder or Prime Minister.
            2.2. Attempting to or successfully sharing sensitive information without prior approval from the Founder or Prime Minister.
3. Conspiracy
    3.1. Collaborating with one or more other citizens to commit any of the activities in this Article.
    3.2. Collaborating with one or more foreign nationals to commit any of the activities in this Article.
    3.3. Collaborating with a mix of citizens and foreign nationals to commit any of the activities in this Article.
4. Voting Fraud
    4.1. Attempting to or successfully undermining the validity of an election through the creation of multiple accounts.
    4.2. Attempting to or successfully undermining the validity of an election, referendum, or vote of any other kind by bringing in nations to vote for one or more specific candidates or ideas.
    4.3. Attempting to or successfully undermining the validity of an election by means of something other than that mentioned in §I.4.1 and §I.4.2.
5. Perjury
    5.1. Lying or willfully deceiving a member of the Court or Jury during a trial or through the providing of fake or manipulated evidence.
this is what it says
6. Nonfeasance and Malfeasance
            6.1. Nonfeasance shall be defined as a failure to perform one's responsibilities in any government office.
            6.2. Malfeasance shall be defined as violating the Constitution or any other binding law in a manner other than specified in the preceding clauses.
7. Contempt of Court
            7.1. Contempt of Court shall be defined as purposefully offending, disobeying, disrespecting, or insulting a court of law and/or its Justices in their presence.
            7.2. Purposefully disruptive behavior during a trial shall also be considered Contempt of Court.


Existing Article; Article J: Punishments

1. The crimes of treason and espionage may be punished with:
            1.1. Removal of citizenship
            1.2. Temporary removal of the ability to vote; for a maximum of 2 years.
            1.3. Temporary removal of the right to hold or run for public office; for a maximum of 2 years.
2. The crimes of voting fraud and malfeasance may be punished with:
            2.1. Temporary removal of the ability to vote; for a maximum of 1 year.
            2.2. Temporary removal of the right to hold or run for public office; for a maximum of 2 years.
3. The crime of nonfeasance may be punished with:
            3.1. Temporary removal of the right to hold or run for public office; for a maximum of 6 months.
4. The crimes of perjury and conspiracy to commit perjury may be punished with:
            4.1. Temporary removal of the ability to participate as a witness or provider of evidence in any trial; for a maximum of 1 year.
            4.2. Temporary removal of the ability to vote; for a maximum of 6 months.
5. The crime of conspiracy to commit treason or espionage may be punished with:
            5.1. Removal of citizenship
            5.2. Temporary removal of the ability to vote; for a maximum of 1 year.
            5.3. Temporary removal of the right to hold or run for public office; for a maximum of 1 year.
6. The crime of conspiracy to commit voting fraud or malfeasance may be punished with:
            6.1. Temporary removal of the ability to vote; for a maximum of 6 months.
            6.2. Temporary removal of the right to hold or run for public office; for a maximum of 1 year.
7. The crime of conspiracy to commit nonfeasance may be punished with:
            7.1. Temporary removal of the right to hold or run for public office; for a maximum of 3 months.

New Article; Article J: Punishments
1. The crimes of treason and espionage may be punished with:
            1.1. Removal of citizenship
            1.2. Temporary removal of the ability to vote; for a maximum of 2 years.
            1.3. Temporary removal of the right to hold or run for public office; for a maximum of 2 years.
2. The crimes of voting fraud and malfeasance may be punished with:
            2.1. Temporary removal of the ability to vote; for a maximum of 1 year.
            2.2. Temporary removal of the right to hold or run for public office; for a maximum of 2 years.
3. The crime of nonfeasance may be punished with:
            3.1. Temporary removal of the right to hold or run for public office; for a maximum of 6 months.
4. The crimes of perjury and conspiracy to commit perjury may be punished with:
            4.1. Temporary removal of the ability to participate as a witness or provider of evidence in any trial; for a maximum of 1 year.
            4.2. Temporary removal of the ability to vote; for a maximum of 6 months.
5. The crime of conspiracy to commit treason or espionage may be punished with:
            5.1. Removal of citizenship
            5.2. Temporary removal of the ability to vote; for a maximum of 1 year.
            5.3. Temporary removal of the right to hold or run for public office; for a maximum of 1 year.
6. The crime of conspiracy to commit voting fraud or malfeasance may be punished with:
            6.1. Temporary removal of the ability to vote; for a maximum of 6 months.
            6.2. Temporary removal of the right to hold or run for public office; for a maximum of 1 year.
7. The crime of conspiracy to commit nonfeasance may be punished with:
            7.1. Temporary removal of the right to hold or run for public office; for a maximum of 3 months.
8. The crimes of contempt of court and conspiracy to commit contempt of court may be punished with:
            8.1. Temporary removal of the ability to vote; for a maximum of 2 months.



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This amendment has passed with a majority vote. Citizen voting has concluded, and the amendment fails to pass the threshold.

Voting record:
For:
Suter
Caduceo
EGM
West Kronisia
Oimatsu

Against:
Krovx
Drew Durnil

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Clubs / Re: The Force Furry Association
« on: December 07, 2020, 07:36:46 pm »
Cheems has joined.

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Clubs / Re: Force Jewish Club
« on: December 07, 2020, 07:36:02 pm »
I’ll join.

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