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    [008] Congressional Affairs Bill

    Post by RWA on Thu 18 Jun 2009 - 21:47

    Article One
    This article dictates the procedure regarding the removal of a Congressman.

    Section One: Impeachment
    This action is to be used in a Congressman commits a crime and needs to be removed from Office. A 60% vote is required to impeach a Congressman. The Congressman under charge may not have a vote. In the event that two or more Congressman are being tried the Supreme Court will vote.

    Section Two: Removal from Office
    This is to be used if a Congressman misses three or more votes. A 60% vote is required to remove the member.

    Article Two
    This article dictates the process of a bill.

    Section One: Proposal and Vote

    Any Congressman may propose a bill on the Congressional Floor. Congressman may then debate the bill and cast votes on the bill. Once the required number of votes is reached the Delegate may sign it. Congressman may still vote for the record after the signing. If a bill does not reach the required votes it is thrown out. Bills that need to be signed will be moved to the Congressional Wing of Limbo Bills. If the Delegate vetos it, the bill will be moved back to the floor for a re-vote.

    Section Two: Time Frame
    All bills will be up for vote and debate for 3 days. Any bills 3 day limit that extends beyond the term of that Congress will be thrown out if it is not ratified before the term ends. Once the 3 days is over the bill must be re proposed or forgotten about.

    Article Three
    This article deals with hearings.

    Section One: Process
    All Hearings will take place in the Office of Hearings. They are to be created and then debated. Witnesses or the like may be called to testify at a hearing in order to help a decision be reached.

    Section Two: Time Frame
    All Hearings will take place over 4 days. Any hearings 4 day limit that extends beyond the term of that Congress will be thrown out if it is not concluded before the term ends. Once the 4 days is over the hearing must be restarted or forgotten about.


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    Re: [008] Congressional Affairs Bill

    Post by Anti Neo Nazis on Fri 19 Jun 2009 - 11:06

    I think it should be three or more. Anyone can miss two votes once in a while.


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    Re: [008] Congressional Affairs Bill

    Post by RWA on Fri 19 Jun 2009 - 12:49

    Edited and expanded.

    Aye


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    Re: [008] Congressional Affairs Bill

    Post by Anti Neo Nazis on Fri 19 Jun 2009 - 12:55

    Aye


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    Re: [008] Congressional Affairs Bill

    Post by Guest on Sat 20 Jun 2009 - 21:47

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    Re: [008] Congressional Affairs Bill

    Post by Guest on Sun 21 Jun 2009 - 0:38

    Aye

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    Re: [008] Congressional Affairs Bill

    Post by New Griffinland on Sun 21 Jun 2009 - 12:09

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