Law:The National Law Act (Rewrite of Article 90)
The National Law Act (Rewrite of Article 90)
Art. 90. This Consitituziun takes precedence over all provincial legislation. National law, defined as law which genuinely furthers the interests of the Talossan nation, is superior to provincial law. In the event of a conflict between a Law of the Cosâ (or PD) and a law passed by a Province, the Cort shall decide which law is genuinely national on the basis of its utility for Talossa as a whole. The Cosâ may, if a Province attempts illegal, unconstitutional, or secessionist activities, or when it is demonstrably imperative, suspend the constitutional government of a Province by law.
Proposed by: Robert Madison (PC-Vuode)