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WHEREAS The current coalition agreement says that a goal of ours is to "introduce a nuanced system of mandatory Cosa lists which allow parties to deal with events beyond their control", and
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WHEREAS A voter should know which individuals they are voting for when casting a vote for a certain party, and
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WHEREAS This will serve to increase accountability to the voters, and
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WHEREAS I hope it passes this time
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THEREFORE A new subsubsection B.2.3 is added to el Lexhatx which reads
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B.2.3 The ballot must also include, for each party contesting the election, a list of citizens to whom the party intends to award Cosa seats.  If a party does not submit a candidate list to the Secretary of State before the election, the party leader is assigned all seats won, and seats which cannot be held by the Party Leader are forfeited.
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    B.2.3.1 Before the conclusion of the first Clark, each party leader must submit to the Secretary of State a report containing the distribution of the seats won in the election
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        B.2.3.1.1 The party leader may assign seats to any eligible citizen(s) they see fit, so long as the following criteria are met:
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            B.2.3.1.1.1  The party's internal procedures are followed
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            B.2.3.1.1.2  No one who was not named on the list is assigned more seats than any eligible citizen who was named on the list
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            B.2.3.1.1.3  The total number of seats awarded to those not on the list does not exceed 1/3 of all seats won by the party
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            B.2.3.1.1.4  No person occupies more than the legal number of seats.
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        B.2.3.1.2  Any person assigned a seat as above may decline to take their seats in which case they will be reallocated according to the criteria of B.2.3.1.1.
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        B.2.3.1.3  If a party cannot assign all of their seats under the criteria of B.2.3.1.1, the additional seats are forfeited.
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Other subsubsections in B.2 are renumbered accordingly.
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FURTHERMORE  Org.VIII.3, which currently reads
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Each party shall assign its seats to such individuals as it sees fit, provided that each such individual is eligible to serve in the Cosa under this article and is assigned a whole number of seats. The Ziu may by law establish a maximum number of seats that any one Member of the Cosa may hold by law, but the minimum number of Members of the Cosa shall be no less than the number of Senators, and the same limit shall apply to all Members of the Cosa, and any changes to the limit shall take effect no earlier than the distribution of seats after the next General Election.
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shall be amended to read
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Each party shall assign its seats to such individuals as it sees fit, subject to regulations regarding the reporting of such individuals prior to elections set forth by law, provided that each such individual is eligible to serve in the Cosa under this article and is assigned a whole number of seats. The Ziu may by law establish a maximum number of seats that any one Member of the Cosa may hold by law, but the minimum number of Members of the Cosa shall be no less than the number of Senators, and the same limit shall apply to all Members of the Cosa, and any changes to the limit shall take effect no earlier than the distribution of seats after the next General Election.
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Uréu q'estadra så:
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    Ian Plätschisch - (MC-MRPT)
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    C. Carlüs Xheraltescù - (MC-FreeDem)
  
 
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Revision as of 00:39, 14 December 2015

Debate:The Mandatory Cosa Lists (Again) Act and Amendment

48RZ35, The Mandatory Cosa Lists (Again) Act and Amendment

This amendment
is PENDING ratification.

Ziu 48th Clark 6th
Sponsored by: Ian Plätschisch, C. Carlüs Xheraltescù

Cosa.png Cosa: PASSED
PER 0 — CON 0 — AUS 0

Senats.png Senäts: PASSED
PER 0 — CON 0 — AUS 0

Digest of Laws

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WHEREAS The current coalition agreement says that a goal of ours is to "introduce a nuanced system of mandatory Cosa lists which allow parties to deal with events beyond their control", and


WHEREAS A voter should know which individuals they are voting for when casting a vote for a certain party, and


WHEREAS This will serve to increase accountability to the voters, and


WHEREAS I hope it passes this time


THEREFORE A new subsubsection B.2.3 is added to el Lexhatx which reads



B.2.3 The ballot must also include, for each party contesting the election, a list of citizens to whom the party intends to award Cosa seats. If a party does not submit a candidate list to the Secretary of State before the election, the party leader is assigned all seats won, and seats which cannot be held by the Party Leader are forfeited.


   B.2.3.1 Before the conclusion of the first Clark, each party leader must submit to the Secretary of State a report containing the distribution of the seats won in the election
       
       B.2.3.1.1 The party leader may assign seats to any eligible citizen(s) they see fit, so long as the following criteria are met:
           B.2.3.1.1.1  The party's internal procedures are followed
           B.2.3.1.1.2  No one who was not named on the list is assigned more seats than any eligible citizen who was named on the list
           B.2.3.1.1.3  The total number of seats awarded to those not on the list does not exceed 1/3 of all seats won by the party
           B.2.3.1.1.4  No person occupies more than the legal number of seats.


       B.2.3.1.2  Any person assigned a seat as above may decline to take their seats in which case they will be reallocated according to the criteria of B.2.3.1.1.
       B.2.3.1.3  If a party cannot assign all of their seats under the criteria of B.2.3.1.1, the additional seats are forfeited. 


Other subsubsections in B.2 are renumbered accordingly.



FURTHERMORE Org.VIII.3, which currently reads


Each party shall assign its seats to such individuals as it sees fit, provided that each such individual is eligible to serve in the Cosa under this article and is assigned a whole number of seats. The Ziu may by law establish a maximum number of seats that any one Member of the Cosa may hold by law, but the minimum number of Members of the Cosa shall be no less than the number of Senators, and the same limit shall apply to all Members of the Cosa, and any changes to the limit shall take effect no earlier than the distribution of seats after the next General Election.

shall be amended to read

Each party shall assign its seats to such individuals as it sees fit, subject to regulations regarding the reporting of such individuals prior to elections set forth by law, provided that each such individual is eligible to serve in the Cosa under this article and is assigned a whole number of seats. The Ziu may by law establish a maximum number of seats that any one Member of the Cosa may hold by law, but the minimum number of Members of the Cosa shall be no less than the number of Senators, and the same limit shall apply to all Members of the Cosa, and any changes to the limit shall take effect no earlier than the distribution of seats after the next General Election.

Uréu q'estadra så:

   Ian Plätschisch - (MC-MRPT)
   C. Carlüs Xheraltescù - (MC-FreeDem)


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