Law:The Bill Act
The Bill Act
WHEREAS it may be necessary to distinguish between Government-proposed bills, Opposition party bills, and Private Member's Bills, perhaps to bring forward manifesto policies or something;
THEREFORE if the Prime Minister or a member of the Government party proposes a bill, and with the PM's permission marks it as a Government Bill, the Clark will denote this as a bill proposed by "HM Government, represented by" the member. If the Opposition Leader, or a member of the Opposition proposes a bill, and with the OL or the member's Party Leader's permission marks it as an Opposition Bill, the Clark will denote this as a bill proposed by "HM Loyal Opposition, represented by" the member. Any other bill will be called a Private Member's Bill, and will be denoted in the Clark the same way they've always been. This is solely a "cosmetic" bill. Naturally the phrases would be in the Clark in the Talossan Language. The Ziu asks our language gurus to help the SoS in the translation.
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