Law:The Royal Society to the People, Also Too, Bill

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This bill FAILED to pass.

It amends the following:
El Lexhatx

Ziu 50th Clark 2nd
Sponsored by: Miestrâ Schivâ, UrN

Cosa.png Cosa: FAILED
PER 73 — CON 102 — AUS 13

Senats.png Senäts: FAILED
PER 4 — CON 4 — AUS 0

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50RZ11, The Royal Society to the People, Also Too, Bill

WHEREAS the role of the Royal Society for the Advancement of Knowledge, viz. conducting and promoting academic study is vitally important; and

WHEREAS we have had problems for years keeping the Royal Society not only staffed, but active and actually functioning; and

WHEREAS the power of the elected Government to make this happen is attenuated due to the Royal Society being part of the Royal Household, and thus overseen by the King rather than the Seneschál and Ministers, and;

WHEREAS the King of Talossa clearly has better things to do with his time than actively oversee the activity of officials of the Royal Household, and;

WHEREAS in civilised countries science and education are the responsibility of the elected government, and since we don't have a Ministry of Science or Education, Culture is closest; and

WHEREAS cut-and-paste is a beautiful thing:

BE IT ENACTED by the King, Cosâ and Senäts of Talossa in Ziu assembled as follows:

1. Title C, Section 1.8 of El Lexhátx, reading as follows:


The Royal Society for the Advancement of Knowledge, headed by the President of the Royal Society. The function of the Royal Society is to conduct and promote research and academic study in all areas of human endeavor. (48RZ20)
1.8.1 Schools may be created within the Society for the purpose of focusing on a specific subject. The exact procedure for establishing a school shall be chosen by the President, who shall also appoint a dean to supervise each school.

is hereby deleted.

2. A new section of El Lexhátx, to be numbered as Title D, Section 2.7.3, to be added as follows, to the list of bodies under the Ministry of Culture:


2.7.3. The Royal Society for the Advancement of Knowledge, headed by the President of the Royal Society. The function of the Royal Society is to conduct and promote research and academic study in all areas of human endeavor. (48RZ20)
2.7.3.1 Schools may be created within the Society for the purpose of focusing on a specific subject. The exact procedure for establishing a school shall be chosen by the President, who shall also appoint a dean to supervise each school.

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