Law:The Non-Political Monarchy Act
35RZ17 — The Non-Political Monarchy Amendment
WHEREAS the day-to-day grit of political maneuvering, deal-making, and rhetoric, while necessary to members of the Ziu, is below the dignity of the Monarch and Royal Consort of Talossa, and
WHEREAS it is essential for the well-being of the country that any legislator and any party be able to oppose any proposed legislation, without incurring the odium or suspicion of disloyalty to the Crown,
THEREFORE the Ziu hereby adopts the following Amendment to the Organic Law, and transmits it to the electorate for ratification.
- Article VIII Section 6 of the Organic Law is amended to read:
- Except as otherwise provided by law, anyone eligible to vote in Talossa is eligible to hold any governmental position, including Member of the Cosâ. However, neither a reigning King, nor his Consort, nor a Regent during his regency shall hold any seats, either in the Cosâ or in the Senäts.
Uréu q’estadra så:
Fritz von Buchholtz, Seneschál (MC, CLP)