Law:An Act of Basic Decency and Apology
35RZ6 — An Act of Basic Decency and Apology
WHEREAS An Act to Delete a Defective Member of The Royal Family (27RZ23) is patently offensive in its title, its language, and much of its intent, and
WHEREAS there is no place in the law of a civilized country for gross personal insults directed against anyone, let alone against a lady who was once the Queen of Talossa and wife of the author of the law in question, and
WHEREAS the existence of this Act on the Talossan lawbooks is itself a disgrace to our entire nation,
THEREFORE the Ziu hereby
- REPEALS the so-called Act to Delete a Defective Member of The Royal Family (27RZ23), and
- ORDERS that it be expunged from L'Anuntziâ dels Legeux, and
- APOLOGIZES to former Queen Jenny for the insults visited on her in the name of the Kingdom of Talossa, and in the name of the Kingdom humbly begs her pardon.
Uréu q'estadra så:
John Woolley, MC (Florenciâ)
- As per the terms of this act, the act referenced herein (27RZ23) has been entirely and completely expunged from the Digest of Laws, and its text is no longer on record of the Kingdom of Talossa.