Law:The No Ouija Boards Act
The No Ouija Boards Act
WHEREAS sending ballot to 'dead' citizens is fruitless and expensive, and communication with dead people is abhorrent to atheists and Christians alike, the Cosâ hereby undoes the work of some forgotten Leftist transient and changes Article 34 of the Constituziun to read as follows:
Art. 34. The Secretary of State shall produce election ballots and send one copy to the leader of each registered political party. He shall also retain copies at his office. Citizens may, by post, phone, or personal visit, obtain a copy (at or below cost) of the ballot for their own use. Citizens may freely photocopy ballots and distribute them to other citizens as Taveliéirs (Couriers), the point being that any party leader or citizen may distribute ballots at their own expense to any likely supporters. Citizens may under no circumstances alter, amend or abridge ballots.
Uréu q'estadra så: Robert Madison (PC-Vuode)