Law:The Constitution for Vuode Act
40RZ14 — The Constitution for Vuode Act
WHEREAS this Constitution was unanimously ratified through a Provincial Referendum, and
WHEREAS passing provincial constitutions through the Ziu seems to be the chic thing to do, and
WHEREAS we haven't heard from our Cunstaval in ages and he seems unreachable, and
WHEREAS the people of Vuode have spoken, now
THEREFORE , the Constitution of the Sovereign Province of Vuode is hereby proclaimed.
Uréu q'estadra sa:
Alexandreu Gavárþic'h (MC-PP, Vuode)
Éovart Grischun (MC-PP, Vuode)
- 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 the inactivity of the Cunstaval for Vuode which had caused the representatives of that province to take this question to the Ziu, King John proceeded to promulgate the Constitution of Vuode himself.