(Dismissed) Criminal Offenses Act

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(Dismissed) Criminal Offenses Act

Post  Ireland on Mon Jun 30, 2014 12:28 pm

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SECTION 1. TITLE, EFFECT.
(a) This bill will be known and cited as the "Criminal Offences Act of 2014".

(b) This bill will take effect upon its enactment.

SECTION 2.
Any persons that is suspected of committing the following,in the section below, by the the Secretary General, the Parliament, or the Council can be brought in front of Court of Justice, Interrogated, Investigated, etc. with warrant.

SECTION 3. PROVISIONS.

(a) The word “document” includes a book and also a newspaper, magazine, or other periodical publication, and also a pamphlet leaflet, circular, or advertisement; the expression “incriminating document” means a document of whatsoever date, or bearing no date, issued by or emanating from an unlawful organization or appearing to be so issued or so to emanate or purporting or appearing to aid or abet any such organization or calculated to promote the formation of an unlawful organization;

The expression “treasonable document” includes a document which relates directly or indirectly to the commission of treason; the expression “seditious document” includes --

(1) a document consisting of or containing matter calculated or tending to undermine the public order or the authority of the State, and

(2) a document which alleges, implies, or suggests or is calculated to suggest that the government functioning under the Constitution is not the lawful government of the State or that there is in existence in the State any body or organization not functioning under the Constitution which is entitled to be recognized as being the government of the World Alliance; and

(3) a document in which words, abbreviations, or symbols referable to a military body are used in referring to an unlawful organization;
the word “offence” includes treason, felonies, misdemeanors, and statutory and other offences. References to printing include every mode of representing or reproducing words in a visible form, and the word “print” and all cognate words shall be construed accordingly.


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Official Debate & Info

Post  Kaevi on Mon Jun 30, 2014 12:44 pm

The first official debate term has begun, with an expiration at 00:00 GMT on July 2, 2014. Votes cast during a debate term will not be counted. The voting period will begin at 00:00 GMT on July 5, 2014 and will end on July 8, 2014, at 00:00 GMT.

A debate term may be renewed twice by one of two options: three parliament member requests along with approval from the Speaker or seven parliament member requests with approval from the President.

The Speaker reserves the right to dismiss any proposal deemed "not interesting" by the parliament by asking the parliament for a dismissal. This period may last 24 hours and if no parliament member objects, the proposal may be removed from the floor.
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Re: (Dismissed) Criminal Offenses Act

Post  Kaevi on Thu Jul 03, 2014 8:09 am

The first debate term has expired without a petition to renew and the voting session will now begin. The voting session will last three days, ending at 00:00 GMT on July 6, 2014. All parliament members are encouraged to voice their final vote of agree, abstain, or against within the limited time period.
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Re: (Dismissed) Criminal Offenses Act

Post  Ireland on Thu Jul 03, 2014 8:13 am

Aye
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Re: (Dismissed) Criminal Offenses Act

Post  Kaevi on Thu Jul 03, 2014 9:01 am

Yes
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Re: (Dismissed) Criminal Offenses Act

Post  Zackalantis on Thu Jul 03, 2014 12:43 pm

YES
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Dismissal

Post  Kaevi on Wed Jul 09, 2014 6:03 am

This proposal did not reach the minimum amount of votes within the time period. Three votes were submitted out of the eight (as of now) required for a proposal to be passed/rejected. The "Criminal Offenses Act" has been dismissed for insufficient votes.

The Speaker declares this proposal "Dismissed".
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