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(Passed) Freedom of Speech Law

Post  Muchos Estados Unidos on Tue Jun 09, 2015 7:19 pm

FREEDOM OF SPEECH LAW
MEU is the author

Article 1 

The law wants to open the WASC for all nations of the region to join the discussions that affects them. That is why this short law is being proposed for the benefit of all nations of World alliance.

Article 2

The law allows nations not members of WASC to join discussions of Security Council except on court cases to avoid interruption. But they cannot still vote because that is only given to members of WASC.

Article 3

Nations of the region can submit proposals for WASC to discuss and vote if it is supported by one member of WASC.


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Re: (Passed) Freedom of Speech Law

Post  Trinity Sector on Tue Jun 09, 2015 8:30 pm

Discussion/debate for this proposal Has been enacted for a total of 3 ( three) days.
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Post  Kingdom of Scottlands on Tue Jun 09, 2015 10:20 pm

FOR. This is the advocay of the Royalist Party
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Post  England and Wales on Wed Jun 10, 2015 12:50 am

For!
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Re: (Passed) Freedom of Speech Law

Post  Great Eurussia on Wed Jun 10, 2015 5:55 pm

Muchos Estados Unidos wrote:
FREEDOM OF SPEECH LAW
MEU is the author

Article 4

Past laws that prevents this are deleted.


Eurussia expresses opposition over this provision as we insist on either specifying the exact law this Act could interfere with or simply remove the entire provision. Because this is too general which could lead to complicated interpretations.

On the other hand, Eurussia supports the proposal but we will hold our vote.
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Re: (Passed) Freedom of Speech Law

Post  Trinity Sector on Wed Jun 10, 2015 10:10 pm

Great Eurussia wrote:
Muchos Estados Unidos wrote:
FREEDOM OF SPEECH LAW
MEU is the author

Article 4

Past laws that prevents this are deleted.


Eurussia expresses opposition over this provision as we insist on either specifying the exact law this Act could interfere with or simply remove the entire provision. Because this is too general which could lead to complicated interpretations.
On the other hand, Eurussia supports the proposal but we will hold our vote.
Trinity Sector is also concerned about the meaning of the article. Especially if it conflicts with the Propsed Soverienty Act.
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Re: (Passed) Freedom of Speech Law

Post  UnitedStatesOfScouting on Thu Jun 11, 2015 12:04 am

Great Eurussia wrote:
Muchos Estados Unidos wrote:
FREEDOM OF SPEECH LAW
MEU is the author

Article 4

Past laws that prevents this are deleted.


Eurussia expresses opposition over this provision as we insist on either specifying the exact law this Act could interfere with or simply remove the entire provision. Because this is too general which could lead to complicated interpretations.
On the other hand, Eurussia supports the proposal but we will hold our vote.

We concur with the Eurussian government.
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Re: (Passed) Freedom of Speech Law

Post  Muchos Estados Unidos on Fri Jun 12, 2015 7:18 am

Muchos Estados Unidos wrote:
FREEDOM OF SPEECH LAW
MEU is the author

Article 1 

The law wants to open the WASC for all nations of the region to join the discussions that affects them. That is why this short law is being proposed for the benefit of all nations of World alliance.

Article 2

The law allows nations not members of WASC to join discussions of Security Council except on court cases to avoid interruption. But they cannot still vote because that is only given to members of WASC.

Article 3

Nations of the region can submit proposals for WASC to discuss and vote if it is supported by one member of WASC.

I have removed Article 4.
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Re: (Passed) Freedom of Speech Law

Post  Trinity Sector on Fri Jun 12, 2015 7:49 pm

it seems that most nations who saw this have no other problem they brought forth in the debate/discussion. Therefore the voting process will extended for 3 (three) days so that every nation can vote to avoid any confusion, like the final result of The Sovereignty Act.
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Eurussian Vote

Post  Great Eurussia on Sat Jun 13, 2015 9:40 am

Muchos Estados Unidos wrote:
Muchos Estados Unidos wrote:
FREEDOM OF SPEECH LAW
MEU is the author

Article 1 

The law wants to open the WASC for all nations of the region to join the discussions that affects them. That is why this short law is being proposed for the benefit of all nations of World alliance.

Article 2

The law allows nations not members of WASC to join discussions of Security Council except on court cases to avoid interruption. But they cannot still vote because that is only given to members of WASC.

Article 3

Nations of the region can submit proposals for WASC to discuss and vote if it is supported by one member of WASC.

I have removed Article 4.

Eurussia is in favor.
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Re: (Passed) Freedom of Speech Law

Post  Trinity Sector on Tue Jun 16, 2015 1:40 am

With 1 yea, 0 abstains, and 0 nays. I checked twice; The Freedom of Speech Law has offically passed.
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Post  Great Eurussia on Tue Jun 16, 2015 10:11 pm

Trinity Sector wrote:With 1 yea, 0 abstains, and 0 nays. I checked twice; The Freedom of Speech Law has offically passed.

Eurussia welcomes the passage of the law. But we would like to raise these two points for the consideration of our fellow member states of the SC and the leadership of the international body:

1) In practice, as other proposals have shown, votes MAY BE counted from the time the proposal has been submitted in the floor whether it is still subject for debate.

2) In practice, as this proposal have shown, votes MAY BE counted or restricted only from the time the vote has been officially called.

3) Under the WA General Elections Act, there is a strict requirement that there must be at least THREE MEMBERS in the SC before any of its decision could take effect. On this proposal, only a single vote (according to the VP) has been cast and yet the proposal has passed. We believe that we should introduce a quorum requirement where there must be AT LEAST THREE VOTES cast as well to enforce a vote. Just for a thought.
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Re: (Passed) Freedom of Speech Law

Post  Marscida on Wed Jun 17, 2015 12:09 am

Quorums are welcomed and common when to amend and repeal passed acts.

To approve a law is enough a majority. Because as we have seen, is already hard to do things with current system.

Solution is not making things harder to avoid 1-vote bills but kick the arses and avoid that only 1 votes.

I suggest instead a "Strike" system for the WASC: after 3 strikes (mot voted) you're out.
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Re: (Passed) Freedom of Speech Law

Post  Corralejo on Wed Jun 17, 2015 2:24 am

Great Eurussia wrote:
3) Under the WA General Elections Act, there is a strict requirement that there must be at least THREE MEMBERS in the SC before any of its decision could take effect. On this proposal, only a single vote (according to the VP) has been cast and yet the proposal has passed. We believe that we should introduce a quorum requirement where there must be AT LEAST THREE VOTES cast as well to enforce a vote. Just for a thought.
Corralejo concurrs with this notion. Three votes cast should be the absolute miniumum for legislation to pass.
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Re: (Passed) Freedom of Speech Law

Post  Trinity Sector on Wed Jun 17, 2015 6:14 am

My apologies to everyone else that has voted, my I do not know if it was a glitch in the system or something but I had only seen Eurussia vote so: with 3 yeas, 0 abstains and 0 nays this law has offically passed.
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Re: (Passed) Freedom of Speech Law

Post  Trinity Sector on Wed Jun 17, 2015 6:21 am

Great Eurussia wrote:
Trinity Sector wrote:With 1 yea, 0 abstains, and 0 nays. I checked twice; The Freedom of Speech Law has offically passed.

Eurussia welcomes the passage of the law. But we would like to raise these two points for the consideration of our fellow member states of the SC and the leadership of the international body:
1) In practice, as other proposals have shown, votes MAY BE counted from the time the proposal has been submitted in the floor whether it is still subject for debate.
2) In practice, as this proposal have shown, votes MAY BE counted or restricted only from the time the vote has been officially called.
3) Under the WA General Elections Act, there is a strict requirement that there must be at least THREE MEMBERS in the SC before any of its decision could take effect. On this proposal, only a single vote (according to the VP) has been cast and yet the proposal has passed. We believe that we should introduce a quorum requirement where there must be AT LEAST THREE VOTES cast as well to enforce a vote. Just for a thought.
If you wish to propsoe this, please do in a new thread, I must move this in the passed resolution.
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