|This law is currently|
IT HAS BEEN AMENDED BY:
It amends the following:
Ziu 53rd Clark 1st (May 2019)
|Sponsored by: Miestrâ Schivâ|
Cosa: PASSED in the Cosa
|PER 136 — CON 48 — AUS 13|
Senäts: PASSED in the Senäts
|PER 6 — CON 1 — AUS 0|
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RZ1 - The Fantastic Fusion of Fiova and Florencia Bill
WHEREAS part of the role of the new Cultural Development Secretary is ensuring the observance of Public Holidays and Days of Observance under El Lexhátx F.2-F.4; and
WHEREAS the Cultural Development Secretary has produced a report recommending the following changes to these Observances, to make their job feasible;
BE IT ENACTED by the King, Senäts and Cosa of Talossa in Ziu assembled as follows: 1. El Lexhátx F.2. shall be replaced by the following text:
The list of public holidays recognised and observed by the government is as follows:
2.1 Feb 28-Mar 1: Ziuas dal Anavatan - Combines Landmark, Culture, and Cestour Days into a multi-day festival leading into Berber Heritage Month. It is a celebration of all things Talossan, with a special emphasis on the special relationship all Talossans have to the Greater Talossan Area. On leap years, Feb 29th should be marked by the staging (digital or otherwise) of a Talossan Opera.
2.2 April 20: Reunision Day - Celebrates the healing of the great National Schism, and the history of the Talossan Republic of 2004-2012.
2.3 May 1: Flag Day - recalls the theft of the national flag in 1984. In true Talossan fashion, this day should be spent NOT displaying the flag, to encourage meditation on national symbols and Talossanity in general.
2.4 1st Monday in September: Monarchy Day - celebrates the institution of the Talossan monarchy and marks the resumption of the monarchy with the coronation of King Florence in 1988.
2.5 November 25: Victory Day - celebrates our victory in the Cone Wars.
2.6 December 26: Independence Day - celebrates our independence from the Big Neighbor.
2. El Lexhatx F.4.2 and F.4.3 shall be replaced by the following text:
4.2 The list of Days of Observance recognised and observed by the government is as follows:
4.2.1 the month of March: Berber Heritage Month. All citizens are encouraged to express themselves in whatever medium is appropriate, on the question of Talossa's real or imagined Berbercentric prehistory. 4.2.2 June 24: Immigration Day 4.2.3 September 28: Democracy Day 4.2.4 October 16: Publicity Day 4.2.5 December 12: Llimbaziua (Language Day).4.3 The Minister of Culture may declare additional one-time Days of Observance upon petition by Talossan citizens. Permanent Days of Observance must be approved by the Ziu.