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Senator Tyrion
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« Reply #1525 on: July 09, 2014, 03:05:13 am »
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The Attorney General Renumbering Resolution

1. The Senate of Atlasia, in accordance with its Article 1, Section 5, Clause 28 powers over the executive departments, hereby grants the Attorney General, and any of his lawfully confirmed deputies, the ability to retroactively change the numbering of any statute to promote the clarity of said statute without changing its meaning.

2. This Resolution shall not be construed to allow the Attorney General to change the content of the bill in any way, shape, or form without the consent of the Senate.

3. The term "numbering" refers to the numbers assigned to particular articles, sections, or clauses for the sake of organization and ordering, and does not include the use of numbers to determine quotas, dollar amounts, limits, percentages, or any other use of numbers within the text of the legislation at hand.

4. The Attorney General, or one of his deputies, must inform the Senate of any such changes in a public post on the Atlas Fantasy Government board, in either the thread of the particular statute being changed, or in any stickied thread devoted to Senate proceedings. This statement shall not be construed to allow the Attorney General to post in a stickied Senate thread and interrupt Senate proceedings by creating a discontinuity in a legislative queue, noticeboard, or amendment tracker.

5. The Senate retains the right to revisit any changes by the Attorney General or his deputies, and revert or augment them to promote clarity. The Senate also retains any reserved right to amend the bill in any form.
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« Reply #1526 on: July 10, 2014, 03:45:56 pm »
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The Candidacy Withdrawal Initiative

1. All declared candidates for office who decide to withdraw their candidacies prior to any election they are running in within the Republic of Atlasia must state their intentions in the Candidate Declaration Thread through a separate post.

2. Neither the Secretary of Federal Elections, regional executives, nor any other official responsible for the opening of a voting booth shall be responsible for the inclusion of withdrawn candidates who failed to withdraw from their respective elections via a separate post on the Candidate Declaration Thread.

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« Reply #1527 on: July 12, 2014, 07:53:41 am »
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A Resolution
To amend the OSPR to further the replacement of latent incorrect references and define the terms of redraft votes.

Title: This Resolution shall be entitled the "Windjammer-Yankee Override, Redraft and Tabling OSPR Amendment".

Article 5, Section 2, clause 2 is amended as follows:

2. Extensions to this time period may only be allowed by the PPT President of the Senate in case of a publicly announced absence from the forum, if such are conducted in accordance with the standards established in Article 12, Section 1.

Section 3, Clause 3 is amended as follows:

3. A 24-hour debate period following the introduction of the redraft by the President shall be required prior to the start of the vote on that redraft, the rules for which shall be the same as that of a final vote save for it being just three days in length.

Article 5, Section 4, Clause 2 is amended as follows:

2. The PPT President of the Senate shall open a vote on the motion to table. This vote shall last for a maximum of two (2) days during which time the Senators must vote. Voting may be declared final at any time if the motion to table has been approved or rejected.
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