Law:The Loom of Language Act

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The Loom of Language Act

Whereas, it has been a tradition ever since 1981 to sear Prime Ministers in with their hand on a copy of The Loom of Language (a book from the 1940s about languages, which ignited King Robert's fanaticism for language and also his xenophilia which gve use Talossa), teh Cosâ hereby enshrines this ritualistic act in the Constituziun by adding the following text to Article 47: The Oath of Office shall be administered with the Prime Minister resting his left hand on a copy of The Loom of Language (unless this is absolutely and utterly impractical) and raising his right hand as if he were getting a passport or testifying in court.

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

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