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BILL TITLE
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'''51RZ9 - The Council of Governors Resuscitation Act'''
  
Primary source (bill text): URL <br/>
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Primary source (bill text): http://www.talossa.ca/files/bills.php?cosa=51&bill=9 <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/>
  
Text of bill
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WHEREAS The Council of Governors has done nothing for at least the past two years, and probably has done nothing for far longer than that, and
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WHEREAS That might be because no one is actually responsible for getting it going, and
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WHEREAS That is probably also because many provincial executives are not very active, and
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WHEREAS The Council could be a useful tool for finding ways to increase activity, and it is a shame that it never meets
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THEREFORE Lex.D.9, which currently reads
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9. The Ziu authorises the formation of a Council of Governors (el Cußéglh del Governadéirs in Talossan, abbreviated CG) to be comprised of each provincial leader, whether he or she is called "Governor" or not. The Council will hold meetings at its own discretion, or at the request of any one of the Governors/Provincial Leaders. ([[31RZ29]])
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9.1. The rules and regulations of this Council may be decided by the Council itself at a founders' meeting. The Council may only operate within the bounds of the Organic Law. The Council will meet to begin designing a constitution or other set of rules for self-governance.
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9.2. The Ziu also hereby authorises the creation of the position of Governor-General of Talossa, who shall be the leader of the Council of Governors, chosen by a majority of the Council members (who are the collective governors and provinical leader of Talossa). In matters provincial, the Governor-General shall serve as a liaison to the Government of Talossa, to serve at the behest of the Council of Governors. ([[32RZ10]])
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is amended to read
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9. The Ziu authorises the formation of a Council of Governors (el Cußéglh del Governadéirs in Talossan, abbreviated CG) to be comprised of each provincial executive, whether he or she is called "Governor" or not.
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9.1. The Minister of the Interior shall call the Council into order no later than the first day of the first Clark of each Cosa term. Each provincial executive shall accept his or her seat in the Council no later than the last day of that Clark.
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9.1.1. If the executive of a province does not accept his or her seat by the specified time, the Minister of the Interior may appoint a resident of that province to the Council, who shall serve until the executive of that province accepts his or her seat. The Minister of the Interior shall not appoint him or herself to the Council in this manner.
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9.2. The Council shall meet and operate under rules of its own design.
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9.3. The Governor-General of Talossa shall be the leader of the Council, chosen by a majority of the Council members (who are the collective governors and provincial leaders of Talossa). In matters provincial, the Governor-General shall serve as a liaison to the Government of Talossa, to serve at the behest of the Council of Governors. (32RZ10)
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9.4. If a member of the Council ceases to be a provincial executive, he or she shall immediately lose his or her seat in the Council. The new executive of the province shall have one month to accept his or her seat in the Council, after which the Minister of the Interior may appoint a resident of that province to the Council, who shall serve until the new provincial executive accepts his or her seat.
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9.5. If a province is without an executive, the Minister of the Interior may appoint a resident of that province to the Council, who shall serve until the province elects an executive and that executive accepts his or her seat.
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Uréu q'estadra så: [[Ian Plätschisch]] - (Minister of the Interior, MC-MRPT)

Latest revision as of 15:04, 9 January 2020

This law is currently
IN FORCE

IT HAS BEEN AMENDED BY:
link to amending laws

It amends the following:
(32RZ10)

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

Cosa.png Cosa: PASSED in the Cosa
PER 142 — CON 30 — AUS 4

Senats.png Senäts: PASSED in the Senäts
PER 8 — CON 0 — AUS 0

Digest of Laws

View Clark Results


51RZ9 - The Council of Governors Resuscitation Act

Primary source (bill text): http://www.talossa.ca/files/bills.php?cosa=51&bill=9
Primary source (results): http://www.talossa.ca/files/cosa_vote_result.php?cosa=51&clark=3

WHEREAS The Council of Governors has done nothing for at least the past two years, and probably has done nothing for far longer than that, and

WHEREAS That might be because no one is actually responsible for getting it going, and

WHEREAS That is probably also because many provincial executives are not very active, and

WHEREAS The Council could be a useful tool for finding ways to increase activity, and it is a shame that it never meets


THEREFORE Lex.D.9, which currently reads

9. The Ziu authorises the formation of a Council of Governors (el Cußéglh del Governadéirs in Talossan, abbreviated CG) to be comprised of each provincial leader, whether he or she is called "Governor" or not. The Council will hold meetings at its own discretion, or at the request of any one of the Governors/Provincial Leaders. (31RZ29)

9.1. The rules and regulations of this Council may be decided by the Council itself at a founders' meeting. The Council may only operate within the bounds of the Organic Law. The Council will meet to begin designing a constitution or other set of rules for self-governance.

9.2. The Ziu also hereby authorises the creation of the position of Governor-General of Talossa, who shall be the leader of the Council of Governors, chosen by a majority of the Council members (who are the collective governors and provinical leader of Talossa). In matters provincial, the Governor-General shall serve as a liaison to the Government of Talossa, to serve at the behest of the Council of Governors. (32RZ10)


is amended to read

9. The Ziu authorises the formation of a Council of Governors (el Cußéglh del Governadéirs in Talossan, abbreviated CG) to be comprised of each provincial executive, whether he or she is called "Governor" or not.

9.1. The Minister of the Interior shall call the Council into order no later than the first day of the first Clark of each Cosa term. Each provincial executive shall accept his or her seat in the Council no later than the last day of that Clark.

9.1.1. If the executive of a province does not accept his or her seat by the specified time, the Minister of the Interior may appoint a resident of that province to the Council, who shall serve until the executive of that province accepts his or her seat. The Minister of the Interior shall not appoint him or herself to the Council in this manner.

9.2. The Council shall meet and operate under rules of its own design.

9.3. The Governor-General of Talossa shall be the leader of the Council, chosen by a majority of the Council members (who are the collective governors and provincial leaders of Talossa). In matters provincial, the Governor-General shall serve as a liaison to the Government of Talossa, to serve at the behest of the Council of Governors. (32RZ10)

9.4. If a member of the Council ceases to be a provincial executive, he or she shall immediately lose his or her seat in the Council. The new executive of the province shall have one month to accept his or her seat in the Council, after which the Minister of the Interior may appoint a resident of that province to the Council, who shall serve until the new provincial executive accepts his or her seat.

9.5. If a province is without an executive, the Minister of the Interior may appoint a resident of that province to the Council, who shall serve until the province elects an executive and that executive accepts his or her seat.

Uréu q'estadra så: Ian Plätschisch - (Minister of the Interior, MC-MRPT)