Law:Confusing Language Amendment
Confusing Language Amendment
A glitch in the Constituziun of 1988 retains language relating to a long-lost day when the King and the Prime Minister both had veto power. Since the PM no longer has that power, the Cosâ hereby deletes the words "he Prime Minister and" in Article 69 of the Constituziun.
Proposed by: Robert Madison (PC-Vuode)