Law:The Monarchy Referendum Act
The Monarchy Referendum Act
The Cosâ hereby instructs the Secretary of State to put before the Talossan people at the earliest possible opportunity the following non-binding public opinion poll-type referendum: Regarding the future of the Talossan monarchy, please select whichever one of the following five options is closest to your preference:
King Robert I should remain in office with his present powers and constitutional duties. King Robert I should remain in office with his present powers and constitutional duties, except that he should no longer have the right to appoint Prime Ministers or nominate Uppermost Cort judges. King Robert should abdicate the Throne in favour of someone else who will take over the King's present powers. King Robert should abdicate the Throne in favour of someone else, who will serve as a powerless figurehead King. The Monarchy should be abolished and a Talossan Republic set up.
Uréu q'estadra så: Robert Madison (PC-Vuode)