Amendment 1 to the Regional Officers Act

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Amendment 1 to the Regional Officers Act
Amendment 2
CitationAa-1 to A-21
Enacted byOpen Parliament
Date enacted4 August 2016
Legislative history
Introduced on26 July 2016
Introduced byAnaaxes
Voting began28 July 2016
Required majoritySimple majority
Vote results5 Yea, 0 Nay, 1 Abstain[1]
Status: Passed

This amendment gives certain government officials additional in-game authority for regional security, and for other purposes.[2]

Section 1: A new section shall be inserted after Section 5, to read:

"Section 6: The Speaker of the Union shall be a regional officer with authority over:
6.1. Border Control, for all lawful purposes when necessary to repel an invasion; and
6.2. Communications, for all lawful purposes related to official Open Parliament business; and
6.3. Polls, for all lawful purposes related to official Open Parliament business."

Section 2: A new subsection shall be inserted under Section 3, to read:

"3.1. Border Control, for all lawful purposes when necessary to repel an invasion; and"

Section 3: A new section shall be appended to the Act, to read:

"Section 13: When necessary to repel an invasion, the World Assembly Delegate may temporarily appoint Deputy Ministers or officers of the Combined Union Security Agency as regional officers with Border Control authority for that express purpose only.
13.1. A regional officer appointed under this Section can serve a maximum of 5 days without needing to be approved by at least a majority vote of the Cabinet."

Section 4: A new section shall be appended to the Act, to read:

"Section 14: An outgoing Delegate shall appoint the lawful Delegate-Elect as a regional officer with all possible authority, which they may exercise for any lawful purpose."

Section 5: Appropriate sections and subsections may be renumbered for continuity.