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Constituent Assembly 2011

Post by SGJason on 14th October 2011, 22:15

Welcome in Election of Constituent Assembly!

After the death of Duke, in beginning in October, under article 2 of constitution, a Constituent Assembly should be elected within 60 days. Sunday 30th October is the date choice by Prime Minister by interim, David Kasaoui, for this election. In this topic, follow the election with regular updates.

Modality:

Only official political parties are authorized to participate in this election.
A official party is a party with a headquarter, no religious objective and with 1'000 members minimum.

For win seat, a party should have a minimum of 8,5% of voice in a linguistic area. The 75 seat are distributed on 3 linguistic area according to demographics population.

Calendar:

Sunday, October 30th: Election
Wednesday, November 2nd: Replacement of Parliament by the Constituent Assembly

Political Parties:

List of political parties in this election:
Spoiler:
* National Alliance of Federalism
* Conservative Party
* Party of the United Right
* Social-Conservative Party
* Democrats Party
* Party of Sustainable Future and Ecologic
* Liberty and Democracy
* Socialist Party
* Left Front
* Worker's Party
* Labor's Party

Result:

Coming soon (October 30th, 2011)
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Post by SmartbyLaw on 14th October 2011, 22:45

Hope to see more soon Smile
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Re: Constituent Assembly 2011

Post by SGJason on 18th October 2011, 11:26

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Post by SGJason on 30th October 2011, 09:16

ELECTION DAY

Today, the election begins! Challenges is big for every party, but particularly to the Conservative Party and Socialist Party! In program for after election, the write of Constitution of the Second Republic! If a new flag and a new coat of arm has create and approved by principally parties, the major difference are institution, economic, immigration, socialization and right of employees, religious (some parties want a religious state with catholicism, protestantism and quenya's cult...), Senate's right, and more again...

You can follow every vote of article by article in Parliament after next week (I have a regular Internet connection soon.) in this topic. Official result next TUESDAY. At now, this is a survey of yesterday of electoral tendency for today:

Party : votes in % (seat estimate in Constituent Assembly (75 seats))

Conservative Party = 25 % (25-30)
Socialist Party = 22 % (20-25)
Party of the United Right = 13 % (8-10)
Democrats Party = 11 % (4-6)
Party of the Sustainable Future and Ecologic = 10 % (3-4)
Social Conservative Movement = 8.5 % (2-3)
National Alliance of Federalism = 5.5 % (2-3)
Worker's Party = 1.5 % (0)
Labor's Party = 1% (0)
Liberty and Democracy = 0.5 % (0)
Left Front = 0.5 % (0)
None / blank votes = 1.5 %
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Re: Constituent Assembly 2011

Post by Thomas on 30th October 2011, 11:51

Looks like you'll need a coalition.

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Post by Blakeway4 on 30th October 2011, 13:21

A big complicated coalition! Laugh go Socialists! Cheeky/Razz nice job Jason!
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Re: Constituent Assembly 2011

Post by SmartbyLaw on 30th October 2011, 18:08

Love it!
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Post by ForthWall on 30th October 2011, 22:51

Crazy ! Smile

in a good way Cheeky/Razz
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Re: Constituent Assembly 2011

Post by SGJason on 1st November 2011, 14:01

FIRST RESULT : SOCIALIST WINNER ?

This is the big news of the day! Socialist Party is probably winner of constituent election (within 70% of vote). If official result will be published this day in 6:30 pm (Giant Bay and French time > UTC +1), Conservative Party has already recognized this morning his defeat. With the possible coalition Liberal-Socialist for fundamental economic right and them mutual vision of Senate, Religion, etc... for future Constitution, this is a big reverse for the ruling party.

For the future, the transfer of power will take place Thursday (possible news if I have a Internet connection). And to finish, the provisional result within 70% and after rounding:

Socialist Party = 25 %
Conservative Party = 23 %
Party of the United Right = 12.5 %
Democrats Party = 11.5 %
Party of the Sustainable Future and Ecologic = 8.5 %
National Alliance of Federalism = 7.5 %
Social Conservative Movement = 5.5 %
Worker's Party = 3 %
Labor's Party = 1%
Liberty and Democracy = 0.5 %
Left Front = 0.5 %
None / blank votes = 1.5 %

So, rendezvous today in 6:30 pm (UTC +1) Wink
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Post by SGJason on 1st November 2011, 17:53

/!\ OFFICIAL RESULTS /!\
Socialist Party Win!


2 days after vote, the "Independent Electoral Commission" give in few minutes the official result!



To person who want compare with 2010 general election:
Spoiler:

And now, this is the new Parliament, or Constituent Assembly (effective from Thursday November 3th):


And for who wants to compare again:
Spoiler:


COMMENT by a political expert of Giant Bay:

This election is a double defeat for Conservative Party! Indeed, it loses the title of "first" party and the coalition liberal-socialist for write economic system in the new constitution is synonym of loss of his political allies. But David Kasaoui should stay Prime Minister by interim (except if he resign) because this Assembly hasn't the power to change of P.M. (Article 2 of Constitution). So, here is now the step of future:

First step: Establishment of Chapter of Constitution
Second Step: Establishment of Article in Chapter by Chapter
Third Step: Numbering of Chapters and Articles
Fourth Step: Referendum for approved or disapproved by People

But to begin, Thursday, after the transfer of power from Constituent Assembly, this new parliament will be elect his "President", a person with absolute no power except regulate debates in Parliament.

And to finish, remember of this assembly are too the legislative power during 1 year maximum if a new Constitution haven't proclaimed while this time.


Thinks to you, see you soon Wink

PS: I have regular Internet connection Sunday if I haven't problem, so bye Wink
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Post by Blakeway4 on 1st November 2011, 20:48

Élections serrées! Suprised Bravo Smile J'aime bien le tableau
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Re: Constituent Assembly 2011

Post by kakado_to_save on 2nd November 2011, 14:25

THE SOCIALISTS WIN AGAIN!
another socialist country for me! :shock:
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Re: Constituent Assembly 2011

Post by SmartbyLaw on 2nd November 2011, 20:24

I highly doubt that you two will have any relations (maybe, but your far from each other) and just because the party is socialist, doesnt mean EVERYTHING will become socialist.
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Post by SGJason on 3rd November 2011, 08:55

Indeed SmartbyLaw, isn't Communist's party, the Socialist Party (popular in European's countries) is a Social-democracy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_democracy) and Social-liberal (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_liberalism). His French equivalent is the Socialist Party (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socialist_Party_%28France%29), probably the future winner in Legislative and Presidential election in June 2012 Wink

In English speaker countries, you use the term of "Socialism" for the Communism. But not in French speaker countries. For us, Socialism are very different of Communism Wink

The election of President of Parliament (no power, just a regulate debates in Parliament) is today, 5:00 pm (utc+1). If I have a Internet connection, I published result Wink
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Post by Forsma on 4th November 2011, 11:22

Socialist won again.. will AIN nations are the country whom parlements from socialist party?

In Karasem, Karasem socialist party already dismissed in 1970 after parliamentary crash that cause chaos in Karasem government.
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Re: Constituent Assembly 2011

Post by SGJason on 16th November 2011, 19:18

News: After few day of votes in Constituent Assembly, all "Chapters" of future Constitution are approved! This is it now:

Chapter 1 : Of the Republic of Giant Bay
Chapter 2 : Of the Nationality of Giant Bay
Chapter 3 : Right and Duties of Citizen and Strangers
Chapter 4 : Of the President of Republic
Chapter 5 : Of the Prime Minister of the Republic
Chapter 6 : Of the National Assembly
Chapter 7 : Of the Senate
Chapter 8 : Of the Justice
Chapter 9 : Of the Economic and Social Rights
Chapter 10 : Exceptional Circumstances
Chapter 11 : Of the Constitution and the Constitutional Amendments

Since November 12th, few articles of actual Constitution are approved to be in the new constitution, and since last Monday, new articles are voted. Next news coming soon Wink
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Post by SGJason on 25th November 2011, 11:36

After few days of work, I finish the Chapter 1 of the new constitution Wink

Constitution of the Republic of Giant Bay



Preamble

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Chapter I: Of the Republic of Giant Bay:

Art. 1: The Republic of Giant Bay is a territory comprising all limited land following a decree law of the United Kingdom and the French Republic dating from the two (2) August nineteen hundred and eleven (1911). This land is Giant Bay, land in East and Quenya Island located in the northwest Bay Giant.

• Art. 1.1: The shortened name of Giant Bay is: Giant Bay
• Art. 1.2: The official name of Giant Bay: Republic of Giant Bay

Art. 2: The Republic of Giant Bay belongs exclusively to his people.
• Art. 2.1: No sale or secession of national territory can be made to any other nation.
• Art. 2.2: None international treaty can decide to dissolve all or part of the Republic.

Art. 3: Any resident of Bay Giant is a Giant Bayer.

• Art. 3.1: A resident of Giant Bay is not necessarily a citizen of Giant Bay. The terms "citizen" and "resident" are independent of each other.
• Art. 3.2: There is no feminization of "Giant Bayer."

Art. 4: The official languages in Giant Bay are English, French and Quenya.
• Art. 4.1: The English and the language of the National Government.
• Art. 4.2: English and French languages are diplomatic.
• Art. 4.3: National languages are not effective on the entire national territory. Every department (see art. 6.3) chooses his language for its territorial area.

Art. 5: The official emblems of the Republic of Giant Bay have its flag, coat of arms, anthem and currency.
• Art. 5.1: The Flag of the Republic is a rectangular flag, format two (2) to three (3), and composed of three (3) color bands respectively, orange, blue and red, from top to bottom, and of equal size .
• Art. 5.2: The coat of arms is the official flag of Giant Bay in a coat of arms, surrounded by two (2) leopards, with palms in the background, and the map of the nation above.
• Art. 5.3: The National Anthem of the Republic of Giant Bay xxx
• Art. 5.4: The national motto of the Republic of Giant Bay "xxx"

Art. 6: The Republic of Giant Bay has official subdivisions for the "Provinces", "Departments" and "Districts".
• Art. 6.1: There are two (2) provinces, namely that of "Giant-Bay-City" and "Provinces of Giant Bay."
• Art. 6.2: The names of departments and localities, and their numbers, are regulated by organic laws.
• Art. 6.3: Each department must have one (1) official language of the three (3) national languages of the nation.

Say me please if you see grammatical or orthography error :p

Thanks to you.
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