Law:The Cézembrian Constitution Act
40RZ13 — The Cézembrian Constitution Act
WHEREAS the Cézembrian people ratified a constitution last year, and
WHEREAS the Cunstaval of Cézembre asked the king to ratify this constitution, and
WHEREAS the king failed to respond, and
WHEREAS Cézembre needs a constitution, now
THEREFORE the constitution of Cézembre is hereby proclaimed.
Uréu q'estadra sa:
Tycho van Die (MC, PP)
- King John vetoed this legislation, asserting that to promulgate a provincial constitution is an exclusively royal prerogative that the Ziu cannot Organically take upon itself.
- Apologising for his inactivity, which had caused the representatives of that province to take this question to the Ziu, King John proceeded to promulgate the Constitution of Cézembre himself.