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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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Bills / House Bill 45: Ministerial Subdivisions Act
« on: July 12, 2020, 10:42:26 pm »
House Bill 45: Ministerial Subdivisions Act

Purpose: To help formerly divide the ministries into smaller administrative bodies to combat the neglection of certain functions, responsibilities, and duties of the ministries and too encourage the formation of smaller government bodies to help give the citizenry of Force more unique positions within the government.

Article 1: Classifications
1. There shall be three named ministerial subdivisions.
1.1. Government Agencies are approved and ran by the Founder, Prime Minister, or an appointed subordinate.
1.2. Government Departments are approved by the Founder, Prime Minister, or respective minister and are ran by the leading minister or an appointed subordinate.
1.3. Citizen's Committees are approved by the Founder, Prime Minister, or respective minister and are ran by independent citizens.
2. The Prime Minister or Founder may override the creation of any Department or Citizen's Committee approved by a minister.
3. All subdivisions must belong to a ministry quoted in the Constitution of Force.
4. The rights to disbanding a subdivision are granted to any individual who can approve a subdivision of that category.

Article 2: Government Agencies
1. A Government Agency may be established within a ministry to classify subdivisions that are exempt from publicly displaying information and member communication.
2. Government Agencies shall abide to the law of the Founder, Prime Minister, and potentially the respective Minister if given access.
3. Government Agencies shall only be created by the Founder or Prime Minister.
4. The authority of a Government Agency is given through the power of the Founder or Prime Minister.

Article 3: Government Departments
1. A Government Department may be established within a ministry to classify subdivisions that are regulated by the same laws of that ministry and are governed by a member of the owning ministry.
2. Government Departments shall abide by the law of the Founder, Prime Minister, and the respective Minister.
3. Government Departments shall only be created by the Founder, Prime Minister, or the respective Minister.
4. The authority of a Government Department is given through the power of that ministry.

Article 4: Citizen's Committee
1. A Citizen's Committee may be established within a ministry to classify subdivisions that are regulated by the laws set by the committee itself and are governed by internal forces of that committee.
2. A Citizen's Committee may abide by the law of the Founder, Prime Minister, and the respective Minister.
3. A Citizen's Committee may be created by any citizen within Force but may only be approved by the Founder, Prime Minister, or the respective Minister.
4. A Citizen's Committee has no authority in any jurisdiction but may be given specific jobs by either the Founder, Prime Minister, or respective ministry.

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