Amendment 2 to the Offences and Sentencing Act

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Amendment 2 to the Offences and Sentencing Act
Amendment 1 Amendment 3
Enacted byOpen Parliament
Date enacted10 December 2017
Legislative history
Introduced on14 November 2017
Introduced byAnaaxes
Voting began3 December 2017
Required majoritySimple majority
Vote results9 Yea, 0 Nay, 0 Abstain[1]
Status: Passed

This Amendment creates four new offences.

Section 1. Establishment of a new offence for ejecting or banning the lawful Delegate or Delegate-elect

A section shall be appended to Article 5, to be titled "Ejection or banning of the lawful Delegate or Delegate-elect," to read as follows:

Any State which ejects or bans the lawful Delegate or Delegate-elect may be subject to prosecution for a class 5 offence, or, if such act was done with malicious or corrupt intent, or results in an invasion (or attempted invasion) against the Social Liberal Union, may be subject to prosecution for a class 6 offence.
Clause 1. This Section shall be inoperative in cases where a Delegate is ejected or banned by the Founder or other officer authorized by the Court of Justice due to the Delegate unlawfully using the powers of the delegacy to obstruct or attempt to obstruct justice following their conviction for an offence against the Social Liberal Union.

Section 2. Establishment of a new offence for unauthorized use of an original and unique flag created by another State

A section shall be appended to Article 8, to be titled "Unauthorized use of an original and unique flag created by another State," to read as follows:

Any State which, after being reasonably warned, refuses to remove a national flag, of an original, unique, and non-default design, created by another Member State in the Social Liberal Union, but used without their authorization, may be subject to prosecution for a class 1 offence for the first violation, and for a class 2 offence for any subsequent violations.

Section 3. Establishment of a new offence for disclosure or misuse of the Social Liberal Union API key

A section shall be appended to Article 9, to be titled "Disclosure or misuse of the Social Liberal Union API key," to read as follows:

Any State which has possession or knowledge of the API key assigned to the Social Liberal Union, and then discloses it to any organization or State other than a member of the Cabinet or a former elected Delegate, without the authorization of the Delegate or the Cabinet, or, any State which, knowingly or through gross negligence, violates API rules while using the Social Liberal Union API key and causes the Social Liberal Union to be subject to sanctions, may be subject to prosecution for a class 3 offence, or, for a class 6 offence if such conduct results in the deletion of the Social Liberal Union or its lawful Delegate or Founder.

Section 4. Establishment of a new offence for destruction, mutilation, or removal of records belonging to public offices

A section shall be appended to Article 9, to be titled "Destruction, mutilation, or removal of records belonging to public offices," to read as follows:

Any State whose office is abolished by law, or which, after the expiration of the time for which they may be appointed or elected, or after they have resigned or been legally removed from office, willfully and unlawfully:
Mutilates, destroys, or takes away the records, files, documents, or other writings appertaining or belonging to their office; or
Withholds or detains from their successor, or other State entitled thereto, the records, files, documents, or other writings appertaining or belonging to their office, may be subject to prosecution for a class 3 offence.
Clause 1. Any lawfully-entitled Member State may petition the Court of Justice for injunctive relief to recover such records, files, documents, or other writings appertaining or belonging to that office.
  1. http://socialliberal.proboards.com/thread/2633/amendment-2-offences-sentencing-act
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