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That the bill be passed as AIN Law...

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Re: VOTING | New Union Act

Post by Liberater444 on 18th December 2011, 06:56

I think that this could be a rejuvenating bill, keeping our union with the times. However, I think a few things should be thought over more.

1. Repealing the Constitution:: The Constitution has played a very important role in the past, allocating rules and keeping our organization a fun and interactive one. I think getting rid of it would be relinquishing a vital roleplaying element. IMO, "Executive Handbook" and "Forum Rules" sounds like we are simply playing a forum game, rather than giving a nice element of sovereign "nations" interacting. At the very least, transfer the important rules and regs from the Constitution to the two documents, and call those the Constitution.

2. Membership levels:: I believe the system of 2 levels of membership has worked superbly in the past, giving new members a time to get used to the atmosphere, allow them to flesh out their nations, and have a period of "probationary" judgement, if you will, by senior members. That being said, I think that the current system is functional, ("Why fix what isn't broken") and doesn't really need to change. However, I would be open to eradicating member levels, but there needs to be some conditions; we need a minimum length of time between membership acceptance and ministerial application, checkpoints for character and nation development,and some sort of accolade for time in the Union.
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Re: VOTING | New Union Act

Post by MiguelLeal on 18th December 2011, 09:05

In fact, as many others members my only preocupation about this is that we don't distinct types of members. We should stay with the two current types of members: Associated and Members. This will force the "mediocre" skilled members to develope their skills and the members to maintain them.
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Re: VOTING | New Union Act

Post by will on 18th December 2011, 15:44

Miguel/Geoff: We're keeping Membership discussion out of this bill, we'll worry about that later Smile

I agree with Smart Smile
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Re: VOTING | New Union Act

Post by Neil on 18th December 2011, 19:49

Moved to Senate

- By Vice President, in agreement with MPS
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Re: VOTING | New Union Act

Post by SmartbyLaw on 18th December 2011, 20:44

Voted
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Re: VOTING | New Union Act

Post by will on 18th December 2011, 21:13

How many does it need? Half the union or half the full members?
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Re: VOTING | New Union Act

Post by Liberater444 on 18th December 2011, 21:15

Voted.
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Re: VOTING | New Union Act

Post by Neil on 18th December 2011, 22:16

will wrote:How many does it need? Half the union or half the full members?

As it is a constitutional amendment, 4/5 majority with at least 10 union members voting. If people do not think the vote has included as many people as it should, it can be extended (the poll) for up to 72 hours...
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Re: VOTING | New Union Act

Post by will on 18th December 2011, 22:36

Ok, so it's actually sort of automatically passed at this point, since it's an 8-2 win at worst with the next vote. It looks good though Smile
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Re: VOTING | New Union Act

Post by Jo on 19th December 2011, 01:51

Voted yea
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