Law:An Act to Amend Article VIII of the Organic Law
An Act to Amend Article VIII of the Organic Law
WHEREAS Members of the Ziu in the past have gotten overenthusiastic with the number of bills they submit monthly; and
WHEREAS other Members of the Ziu got exhausted with the number of bills thus submitted; and
WHEREAS the Organic Law does not allow the Ziu use any other force than Not-So-Invincible Moral Force to regulate the number of bills presented for the Clark;
THEREFORE Article VIII is hereby amended to read: Art.VIII:Sec. 6. Notwithstanding Sections 2 and 5 of this Article, the Ziu may make laws regulating the number of bills a Member of the Cosâ or a Senator may submit for one Clark without the need to amend the Organic Law.