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Clubs / Re: The Force Chess Club (FCC)
« on: October 21, 2020, 05:40:32 pm »
Checkmate, Itís Over

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General / Re: Civil Service Registration
« on: October 16, 2020, 11:05:01 pm »
Nation: Bertilistan
Ministry: Ministry Of Internal Affairs
Position: Recruiter
Past Experience: None, But  i would really like to start recruiting people to the union.

Thank you for wanting to join the Internal Affairs Ministry. You seem very eager to work which is something I value greatly! With that being said I warmly welcome you to the Internal Affairs Ministry.

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Past Elections / Re: Debate: Midterm Elections, September 2020
« on: September 04, 2020, 06:38:42 pm »
House of Representative Questions:

1. Which House Bills do you plan to pass and/or repeal? Why?
1. My main plan is to continue my goal to make Force a two ministry system. If I was elected to the House expected bills I'd put forth would be items similar to my Ministerial Subdivisions Act and my House Revisal Act, continuing my afformentioned plan and cleaning up some abilities and powers the House of Representatives should have, as well as eliminating a few technical loopholes within House Law.

2. In what ways should the Constitution be amended, if at all? Explain how the changes would improve the current system of governance.
2. Just from looking over the constitution again I don't seen any flaws or problems in it, as we usually addressed these conflicts as the arose. However one problem I do see myself is the legality and confliction of interests between the Cabinet and the Foundership with it's subbordinates. This has became quite evident with the Salibaic Vs. Minister of Internal Affairs Court Case and I feel more defined constitutional roles will help avoid future problems if any.

3. What qualifies you to serve in the House? What makes this qualifying?
3. Legislatively speaking I was a Senator in the Socialist Syndicalist Union for about ~475 days, I am not to sure when my record archiving ceased, until my banishment. I also oversaw the largest constitutional shift within the Syndicate as Speaker of the Senate, later named General Secretary. Executively, I have held many positions within Soviet Democracy, the Socialist Syndicalist Union, and others in significantly smaller regions around Nationstates.

4. Do you think any changes should be made to existing House Procedures? If so, what changes should be made and why?
4. I see the House's current proceedure great and it's operation under Azerubia amazing. I wouldn't modify anything.

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?
5. No plans or intentions whatsoever to run for Speaker. As for who would be a better candidate, while he is apart of the opposition, I say let Azerubia keep the title if he chooses too. He's operated everything on time and has done a good job, I have no complaints with him.

6. Do you think the way in which impeachment works should change? Should the power to impeach rest with the House or should it perhaps be given directly to the citizens?
6. House impeachment confirmed by the Justices, our current system, is preferable to me with the exception of impeachment of the Prime Minister. Impeachment of the Prime Ministry, no matter where the articles originated, should include a vote from the citizenry of Force.

7. How do you plan to facilitate a better working relationship between the House and Cabinet? Why do you think this is the best approach?
7. I believe the best way to encourage and support executive-legislative communication is promoting every other week meetings between the two. If direct communication can be establish with the two branches the House of Representatives can pass rhetoric making the future operations of the Cabinet easier, leading to the better health and operation of the executive.

Court Justice's Questions:

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?
1. The way I see it the Jury's recommendation should be the Court's ruling. The Jury familiarizes themselves with the evidence moreso than anyone effected or involved by the trial and that should be recognized. A Justice's opinion should not be involved at all with a court ruling if a Jury was present and made a concensus, I believe it takes away the purpose of the Jury otherwise.

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?
2. The character of the constitution is a integral part of the constitution. Anything passed by the House that violates the character and purpose of the constitution will, without hesitation, 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 favour of one or the other?
3. Depends entirely on the context. If it was a crime that was deserving of an incredibly severe verdict, at the area where completely banishment of a person or a group of people, where exact times becomes arguing semantics speed is priority. However, with many crimes relating to Nationstates not requiring that speed or severity the importance of the precision and accuracy of a Court's decision becames tenfold.

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?
4. Same approach as two question two the character of the Constitution is apart of the Constitution. The Constitution over time has been developed and molded to fit and match the beliefs and systems that the citizentry of Force exercise. Similarily, any actions by a citizen that violates the character and purpose of the constitution will, without hesitation, be punished.

Personal Questions:

1. During your last term, you were impeached by the House and the citizens for lack of respect and laziness while in the office of Justice. Do you have any plans to avoid this happening again?
1. Well, not to name names I'll try to avoid making certain jokes around certain indivudals of the opposition. But for the answer you really want not really change anything. I have more time to dedicate towards Nationstates so I'll be actually active and alert of what is happening. I'll still be the same ol' NeverthelesS but with school back in swing I actually have more time I can work with meaning I'll actually be present and working in Force.

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Nation: Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia
Region: Force
Political Party: Force Unity Party
Position Seeking: <Capital House Representative & Justice>

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Citizen Proposals / House Bill X: House Revisal Act
« on: August 30, 2020, 03:37:52 pm »
House Bill X: House Revisal Act

Purpose: To make House repeals and edits to existing laws more efficient and reduce the chances of conflicting law.

Article 1: House Bill Revising Procedure
1. The House may repeal and pass a revised version of the bill during the same vote.
1.1. If the revised version of the bill passes the constitutional minimum of 50% the previous version of the bill is made null by the vote to pass the revised version.
2. The Speaker of the House exercises the sole right during House voting to not adhere to the clarifications set by clause 1.1. of this bill.
2.1. For any reason chosen by the Speaker, clause 1.1. will not apply to a vote if explicitly stated prior to voting.
2.2. If no statements were made prior to voting is it assumed by law the previous bill will become nulled once and if the revised version is passed by the House and approved into law.

Article 2: House Bill Editing Procedure
1. Any individual may propose an edit to an existing House Bill.
1.1. House Bill Edits, like a law, may pass with a 50% vote from the House of Representatives.
1.2. House Bill Edits shall be formatted as indicated in Article 3 of this bill.
2. Edits given to bills may only apply to the idea of the bill and may not majorly restructure or change the purpose previous bill.
2.1. Any House passed edits to a bill is subjected to Article F, Clause 11, of the Force Constitution on it's legality.

Article 3: House Bill Editing Format
1. Any added text to a House Bill through an edit must be boldened characters.
2. Any removed text to a House Bill through an edit must be strikethrough characters.
3. After the edit has passed voting, the Speaker of the House, The Founder, or the writer of the bill may remove these bolded and strikethorugh characters and properly format the edit.

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General / Re: Civil Service Registration
« on: August 26, 2020, 10:03:31 pm »
Nation: Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia
Ministry: Culture
Position: Brainstormer
Past Experience: Former Event Organizer in TSSU

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Foreign Affairs / Re: MoFA Applications (Aug, 2020)
« on: August 21, 2020, 12:33:29 am »
Nation: Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia
Discord Username: NeverthelesS

QUESTIONS:
1. How active can you be? Less than three minutes and forty-three seconds.
2. What is your experience in Foreign Affairs? None at all.
3. How do you plan to improve the Ministry? I donít
4. What kind of relations will you look to build? Bad ones.
5. Do you plan to work with Advisor Texas to expand FA staff? Once the fucker builds the reactor.
6. Are you a capable diplomat, are you good at working with other people? No, I hate people.
7. If appointed, would you be happy to stick to the Minister of Foreign Affairs's current agenda, or would you want to revise things and create your own agenda? I would make no agenda because yes.

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I believe the  Internal Affairs Minister of Force is tasked to only oversee domestic policy of Force itself and not the territories. The High Commission has itís respective  jurisdiction and say over the territories, being superior to the will of the Internal Affairs Ministry on territorial issues.

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Bills / Re: House Bill X: The Political Party Act (Revised)
« on: August 09, 2020, 02:58:18 pm »
Constitutional

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Repeals / Re: House Repeal 15
« on: August 09, 2020, 02:56:42 pm »
Constitutional

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Courtroom / Re: Order for Review: Article A, Section 5
« on: August 08, 2020, 01:52:10 pm »
With a general nature and how other such proceedings are done in the constitution I believe Tigslarlowduckenís interpretation is in fact how House impeachment should be ran.

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Culture / Re: Fourth Emoji Contest
« on: July 29, 2020, 01:28:11 pm »
FINALS VOTE: Walla

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Parties / Re: Force Unity Party
« on: July 26, 2020, 11:27:47 am »
I, Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia, for the third time swear to uphold the values of the Party with the greatest of my ability and affirm that I will not disrespect the party's reputation, nor risk ejection from the party.

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Bills / Re: Bill X: Force Cheese Day Act
« on: July 25, 2020, 08:22:12 pm »
Constitutional

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