Law:The King Must Be A Citizen Act
35RZ35 — The King Must Be A Citizen Amendment
WHEREAS it is in every way desirable that the King be a citizen of Talossa, and
WHEREAS the current Article III Section 5 of the Organic Law, preventing the former King Robert II and any of his descendants from ever becoming King, is entirely moot, since he is no longer living, and has no descendants,
THEREFORE the Ziu approves the following amendment to the Organic Law, and transmits it to the people for ratification.
- Article III Section 5 of the Organic Law is amended to read:
- But no person not a citizen of Talossa may assume the Throne. If a non-citizen would have been entitled to assume the Throne except for his not being a citizen, the succession shall pass over him to the next person in line. If the King shall at any time renounce or lose his citizenship, that renunciation or loss shall be deemed to imply his abdication of the Throne.
Noi urent q’estadra så:
John Woolley (Senator, Florenciâ)
Fritz von Buchholtz (Seneschál; Senator, Maritiimi-Maxhestic)
Ián Lord Metáiriâ (Senator, Atatürk)
Joseph Walkland (MC, Cézembre)