Combined Union Security Act

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Combined Union Security Act
CitationA-4
Enacted byOpen Parliament
Date enacted17 March 2012
Date repealed20 May 2017
Legislative history
Introduced on6 March 2012
Introduced byAnno Libertatis,
Azerzia
Voting began7 March 2012
Required majoritySimple majority
Vote results13 Yea, 0 Nay[1]
Amendments
Aa-1, Aa-2
Repealing legislation
SLU Modernization Act
Status: Repealed

To clarify the conditions in which the removal of states from the region take place, in accordance with the Constitution of the Social Liberal Union (SLU).[2]

Section 1: To clarify which Ministers control approvals for bans and ejections in particular circumstances:

1.1. The minister responsible for matters of immigration grants approval for ejections in cases of non-member states which do not meet membership requirements for over one week and have been informed of the risk of ejection. Bans are approved if an ejected state returns within one week of the ejection without any improvements.
1.2. The minister responsible for matters of defense grants approval for ejections and bans in cases of regional security concerns which cannot be handled by the conditions of the minister responsible for matters of immigration, as constrained by Section 2.

Section 2: The following are CUS Warning levels and the effects of each warning level on the actions of the SLU:

2.1. Green: no threat to the region; the WA Delegate must inform Parliament prior to ejections. Approval is needed from the minister responsible for matters of defense at least 12 hours in advance of ejecting any nation. Only ejections of non-member states are allowed.
2.2. Yellow: minor threat; the WA Delegate must inform the Ministers at least 2 hours in advance of banning any nation. Approvals are needed from the minister responsible for matters of defense in all cases and the Speaker of the Union in cases of member state ejections. Non-member states can be banned; member states can only be ejected.
2.3. Orange: clear risk; the WA Delegate must inform the minister responsible for matters of defense in all cases and the Speaker of the Union in cases of member states. All questionable states can be banned.
2.4. Red: invasion; the WA Delegate must act immediately to ban all nations that threaten the SLU, without the need to inform anybody. Approvals from the minister responsible for matters of defense/Speaker of the Union are allowed to be retroactive.

Section 3: Following bans or ejections, there must be a report within 24 hours about this occurrence from either the Delegate or the minister responsible for matters of defense or the minister responsible for matters of immigration, depending on which Minister gave approval for the action.

Section 4: The CUS Warning level can be increased by the agreement of two of following:

The WA Delegate.
The Speaker of the Union
Minister responsible for matters of defense
The CUS Chief Officer.

Section 5: The warning level can only be downgraded after 24 hours of decreased concern have passed.

Section 6: All judicial concerns involving bans and abuse of power through the use of ban or ejection power are controlled by Article 6 and Amendment 10 of the Constitution.

Section 7: If a state intentionally abuses the CUS Warning level system, by either keeping it too high or too low for a period of time, they may be tried according to Article 6 of the Constitution.