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Vote Result:

Constitutional Convention Act
Authors: Islonia & Brototh
Sponsor: Islonia

AYES (9) - Clarance, Gallo Republic, Islonia, Marvinville, Primo Order, Rhyssuan Peoples, Rivogna, Sma Cyrillic, Zon island
NAYS (0)
ABSTAINS (0)
DID NOT VOTE (2) - Angypt, Nova Anglicum

The Constitution Convention Act has passed the House and will move to the Senate for further action.

Vote Period:

Author: Brototh
Co-authors: Dendrobium, Marvinville
Sponsor: XXX

Noting that the reduction of the Senate has caused major political upheavel in the region,
Believing a third party's motion, which is unrelated to the other two, is the best solution to reduce argument to a minimum,
Convinced that the reduction of the Senate is imperative,
Knowing that a house divided against itself cannot stand,

Congress, united, hereby agrees:

Section I - The Senate is reduced from a total of 9 seats to a total of 7 seats.

Section I: The Senate and the House of Commons must pass this motion with a 2/3rds majority approval.
Section II: Shall this motion receive a 2/3rds majority approval by both chambers of Congress, it requires a regional referendum to pass with a 3/5th majority approval.
Section III: Upon passage of this motion, The Electoral Commissioner shall start the process of creating a regional referendum. The title of the referendum shall be Motion to Reduce the Senate. The referendum shall have 2 options, labelled Aye for support of the reduction and Nay for opposition of the reduction.

Section I: Article I of this motion must be applied to the subsequent Senate election to the ratification of this motion by public referendum.

Read dispatch

We have now begun voting on whether to start debate on this new motion to reduce the Senate to 7 seats.

My vote is Aye

Aye

Aye

Aye

Aye

Aye

AYE

Aye

Aye

Noting how likely it is for Antenion to get confirmed as the Acting Cultural Minister, as well as a by-election coming after his confirmation, I announce my resignation from the House of Commons effective immediately. Peace.

Debate Period:

Author: Brototh
Co-authors: Dendrobium, Marvinville
Sponsor: XXX

Noting that the reduction of the Senate has caused major political upheavel in the region,
Believing a third party's motion, which is unrelated to the other two, is the best solution to reduce argument to a minimum,
Convinced that the reduction of the Senate is imperative,
Knowing that a house divided against itself cannot stand,

Congress, united, hereby agrees:

Section I - The Senate is reduced from a total of 9 seats to a total of 7 seats.

Section I: The Senate and the House of Commons must pass this motion with a 2/3rds majority approval.
Section II: Shall this motion receive a 2/3rds majority approval by both chambers of Congress, it requires a regional referendum to pass with a 3/5th majority approval.
Section III: Upon passage of this motion, The Electoral Commissioner shall start the process of creating a regional referendum. The title of the referendum shall be Motion to Reduce the Senate. The referendum shall have 2 options, labelled Aye for support of the reduction and Nay for opposition of the reduction.

Section I: Article I of this motion must be applied to the subsequent Senate election to the ratification of this motion by public referendum.

Read dispatch

The House has voted to debate the motion. We will now begin to debate said motion.

I support this motion and I urge my fellow MP's to vote for it. The vote will begin within a few hours since there is no debate

Yeah please vote for this

Vote Period:

Author: Brototh
Co-authors: Dendrobium, Marvinville
Sponsor: XXX

Noting that the reduction of the Senate has caused major political upheavel in the region,
Believing a third party's motion, which is unrelated to the other two, is the best solution to reduce argument to a minimum,
Convinced that the reduction of the Senate is imperative,
Knowing that a house divided against itself cannot stand,

Congress, united, hereby agrees:

Section I - The Senate is reduced from a total of 9 seats to a total of 7 seats.

Section I: The Senate and the House of Commons must pass this motion with a 2/3rds majority approval.
Section II: Shall this motion receive a 2/3rds majority approval by both chambers of Congress, it requires a regional referendum to pass with a 3/5th majority approval.
Section III: Upon passage of this motion, The Electoral Commissioner shall start the process of creating a regional referendum. The title of the referendum shall be Motion to Reduce the Senate. The referendum shall have 2 options, labelled Aye for support of the reduction and Nay for opposition of the reduction.

Section I: Article I of this motion must be applied to the subsequent Senate election to the ratification of this motion by public referendum.

Read dispatch

We will now begin voting on this motion to reduce the Senate.

My vote is Aye

Aye

Aye

Aye

Aye

Aye

AYE

Aye

Vote Result:

Author: Brototh
Co-authors: Dendrobium, Marvinville
Sponsor: XXX

Noting that the reduction of the Senate has caused major political upheavel in the region,
Believing a third party's motion, which is unrelated to the other two, is the best solution to reduce argument to a minimum,
Convinced that the reduction of the Senate is imperative,
Knowing that a house divided against itself cannot stand,

Congress, united, hereby agrees:

Section I - The Senate is reduced from a total of 9 seats to a total of 7 seats.

Section I: The Senate and the House of Commons must pass this motion with a 2/3rds majority approval.
Section II: Shall this motion receive a 2/3rds majority approval by both chambers of Congress, it requires a regional referendum to pass with a 3/5th majority approval.
Section III: Upon passage of this motion, The Electoral Commissioner shall start the process of creating a regional referendum. The title of the referendum shall be Motion to Reduce the Senate. The referendum shall have 2 options, labelled Aye for support of the reduction and Nay for opposition of the reduction.

Section I: Article I of this motion must be applied to the subsequent Senate election to the ratification of this motion by public referendum.

Read dispatch

AYES (8) - Clarance, Gallo Republic, Islonia, Marvinville, Nova Anglicum, Primo Order, Sma Cyrillic, Zon island
NAYS (0)
ABSTAINS (0)
DID NOT VOTE (2) - Angypt, Rhyssuan Peoples

The motion to reduce the Senate has passed and will now go to a regional referendum!

Confirmation Hearing:

We will now hold the confirmation hearing of Armentieux to be the Electoral Commissioner. Please express your thoughts and ask questions to the nominee. The nominee is welcome to give us an opening statement.

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