Law:The "I Knew KRI, and You're No KRI" Amendment

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36RZ16 — The "I Knew KRI, and You're No KRI" Amendment

WHEREAS, it's probably a good idea to make sure that the Organic Law doesn't contain false claims or at least not too many real whoppers; and

WHEREAS, whether one likes him or not, King Robert I is the creator and founder of Talossa, and the only person to whom it is accurate to say that "the nation itself owes its existence"; and

WHEREAS, it would therefore be false and wrong to describe any subsequent King in a way that can only accurately be applied to King Robert I (c'mon give the guy his due),

THEREFORE the Ziu hereby approves the following Amendment to the Organic Law, and transmits it to the voters for their ratification.

Article III, Section 2 of the Organic Law is amended to read, in full:
Section 2. The King is the symbolic head of the nation. The nation democratically grants the King and his successors certain Royal Powers: The right to declare national holidays, grant titles of nobility, make the annual Speech From the Throne on the 26th of December (or at other times when events warrant), to veto bills (or Prime Dictates), to issue Writs of Dissolution and Warrants of Prorogation for the Cosâ, to grant pardons and commute sentences, to confer awards and decorations, to appoint the Seneschál after elections, and to appoint Governors of Territories upon the advice of the Seneschál.
Article III, Section 3 of the Organic Law is amended to read, in full:
Section 3. The historic and official title of the King of Talossa is: "__________ (name), by the Grace of God, King of Talossa and of all its Realms and Regions, King of Cézembre, Sovereign Lord and Protector of Pengöpäts and the New Falklands, Defender of the Faith, Leader of the Armed Forces, Viceroy of Hoxha and Vicar of Atatürk, Founder of the Great Nation of Talossa." The title shall, along with the Royal dignity, pass to the King's successors. However, because the nation itself owes its existence to His Majesty, Robert I, King of Talossa, the phrase “Founder of the Great Nation of Talossa” shall not pass but shall appertain solely to His Majesty King Robert I.

Uréu q'estadra så:
Danihél Lord Lauriéir (MC, DOTT)

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