Law:The Designation of the Royal Family Name (Amendment) Act

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The Designation of the Royal Family Name (Amendment) Act

WHEREAS in the years since the adoption of the Organic Law, considerable genealogical research has been done on the ancestry of the Talossan Royal Family; and

WHEREAS recent discussions have concerned the prospect of changing the official designation of the Royal Family to reflect its ancient roots among the Counts of Toulouse;

THEREFORE the Ziu hereby approves, and confers to the people for their decision in a referendum, the following law:

The sentence

"The present Royal Family shall be styled, in the national language, La Casâ és la Dünastà Donatüs. In the English language, 'The House and Dynasty of Madison'",

in the first part of Article III, Sec. 4, of the Organic Law is changed to read as follows:

"The present Royal Family is styled as is appropriate on historical grounds, __________. The designation of the name of the Royal Family shall be announced by the King and confirmed by a law of the Ziu."

Uréu q'estadra så: Robert Ben Madison - (PC-Vuode)

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