Law:The Book Buying Act (OrgLaw Amendment)
The Book Buying Act (OrgLaw Amendment)
In the interests of diversity the Ziu hereby authorizes the following amendment to Article XVII, Sec. 8., which will have the effect of requiring new citizens to make at least one of their required book purchases a non-Ben Madison-authored book (which is not currently the case). As this change can only be accomplished by a national referendum, the Ziu also authorizes a national referendum on the amendment, to coincide with the July Clark.
(Words in ALL CAPS constitute the new language, the rest are unchanged from the current law:)
Sec. 8 Once the Citizen has been approved, he must (within two months of his approval) legally acquire of the following materials: a) The Lexicon of Talossan English; and b) any other two Talossa-related books from the Index of Permitted Books, one or both of which must be WRITTEN AND PUBLISHED by someone other than Ben Madison. The Index of Permitted Books shall be devised and updated by the Committee on Immigration.
Uréu q'estadra så: John A. Jahn (PC-Maritiimi-Maxhestic)