Law:The Provincial Election Amendment
The Provincial Election Amendment
Wheras, provincial leaders are not fond of holding elections all the time (as evidenced by their not doing it), the Constituziun (article 89) is rewritten as follows, to allow provinces a period of two years (instead of the previous one) between elections: "Art. 89. Confederate Provinces must have a parliamentary form of government, with free elections held no less often than once every two years. Provinces may adopt such form of government, of their own choosing, to meet these requirements. The provincial constitutions must allow provision for provincial laws to be overturned by national law."
Proposed by: Robert Madison (PC-Vuode)