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|sponsor=[[Ian Plätschisch]]
 
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'''51RZ8 - The Protracted Simulated Coup Amendment'''
  
Primary source (bill text): URL <br/>
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Primary source (bill text): http://www.talossa.ca/files/bills.php?cosa=51&bill=8 <br/>
 
Primary source (results): http://www.talossa.ca/files/cosa_vote_result.php?cosa=51&clark=3 <br/>
 
Primary source (results): http://www.talossa.ca/files/cosa_vote_result.php?cosa=51&clark=3 <br/>
  
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WHEREAS The King derives his power from the people, and
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WHEREAS There is currently no mechanism to hold the King accountable to the people except when he outright breaks the law, and
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WHEREAS The procedure for removing the King even in that instance is more difficult that simply passing an amendment to change the monarch or get rid of the monarchy altogether, and
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WHEREAS That's weird, and
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WHEREAS If the King proves inept, even if he hasn't done anything illegal, the citizens must have some method to replace him, and
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WHEREAS It should still be more difficult to remove the King when he hasn't done anything illegal than when he has
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THEREFORE Section 7 of of Article III, which currently reads;
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In dire circumstances, when the King is judged by competent medical authority to be incapable of executing his duties, or if he is convicted by the Talossan Uppermost Cort of violation of the Organic Law, treason, bribery or other high crimes, the nation may remove the King from the Throne. The Cosâ shall pronounce by a two-thirds vote, with the approval of the Senäts, that the King is to be deposed, and this pronouncement shall immediately be transmitted to the people for their verdict in a referendum. If a two-thirds majority of the people concur, the King is considered deposed and the succession occurs according to Section 4, above.
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is amended to read;
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In dire circumstances, when the King is judged by competent medical authority to be incapable of executing his duties, or if he is convicted by the Talossan Uppermost Cort of violation of the Organic Law, treason, bribery or other high crimes, the nation may remove the King from the Throne. The Cosâ shall pronounce by a three-fifths vote, with the approval of the Senäts, that the King is to be deposed, and this pronouncement shall immediately be transmitted to the people for their verdict in a referendum. If three-fifths of the people concur, the King is considered deposed and the succession occurs according to Section 4, above.  At any other time, a three-fifths majority of the Cosâ, with the approval of the Senäts, may resolve to depose the King, and a referendum to this effect shall be put to the people in a referendum occurring during the next General Election.  If three-fifths of the people vote to depose the King, in the session of the Ziu immediately following, the Ziu may, as above, again resolve to depose the King, and a referendum to this effect shall again be put to the people in a referendum occurring no later than the next General Election.  If three-fifths of the people again vote to depose the King, the King is considered deposed and the succession occurs according to Section 4, above.
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Uréu q'estadra så: [[Ian Plätschisch]] - (MC-MRPT)

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Ziu 51st Clark 3rd (February 2018)
Sponsored by: Ian Plätschisch

Cosa.png Cosa: Rejected in the Cosa
PER 66 — CON 106 — AUS 4

Senats.png Senäts: Rejected in the Senäts
PER 4 — CON 4 — AUS 0

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51RZ8 - The Protracted Simulated Coup Amendment

Primary source (bill text): http://www.talossa.ca/files/bills.php?cosa=51&bill=8
Primary source (results): http://www.talossa.ca/files/cosa_vote_result.php?cosa=51&clark=3

WHEREAS The King derives his power from the people, and

WHEREAS There is currently no mechanism to hold the King accountable to the people except when he outright breaks the law, and

WHEREAS The procedure for removing the King even in that instance is more difficult that simply passing an amendment to change the monarch or get rid of the monarchy altogether, and

WHEREAS That's weird, and

WHEREAS If the King proves inept, even if he hasn't done anything illegal, the citizens must have some method to replace him, and

WHEREAS It should still be more difficult to remove the King when he hasn't done anything illegal than when he has


THEREFORE Section 7 of of Article III, which currently reads;


In dire circumstances, when the King is judged by competent medical authority to be incapable of executing his duties, or if he is convicted by the Talossan Uppermost Cort of violation of the Organic Law, treason, bribery or other high crimes, the nation may remove the King from the Throne. The Cosâ shall pronounce by a two-thirds vote, with the approval of the Senäts, that the King is to be deposed, and this pronouncement shall immediately be transmitted to the people for their verdict in a referendum. If a two-thirds majority of the people concur, the King is considered deposed and the succession occurs according to Section 4, above.


is amended to read;

In dire circumstances, when the King is judged by competent medical authority to be incapable of executing his duties, or if he is convicted by the Talossan Uppermost Cort of violation of the Organic Law, treason, bribery or other high crimes, the nation may remove the King from the Throne. The Cosâ shall pronounce by a three-fifths vote, with the approval of the Senäts, that the King is to be deposed, and this pronouncement shall immediately be transmitted to the people for their verdict in a referendum. If three-fifths of the people concur, the King is considered deposed and the succession occurs according to Section 4, above. At any other time, a three-fifths majority of the Cosâ, with the approval of the Senäts, may resolve to depose the King, and a referendum to this effect shall be put to the people in a referendum occurring during the next General Election. If three-fifths of the people vote to depose the King, in the session of the Ziu immediately following, the Ziu may, as above, again resolve to depose the King, and a referendum to this effect shall again be put to the people in a referendum occurring no later than the next General Election. If three-fifths of the people again vote to depose the King, the King is considered deposed and the succession occurs according to Section 4, above.

Uréu q'estadra så: Ian Plätschisch - (MC-MRPT)