Order 2 of the Law Commission

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Order Deeming Certain Records of the Library of Parliament Needful and Protected
CitationLC-2
Enacted byLaw Commission
Date commenced29 April 2019
Legislative history
Introduced on26 April 2019
Introduced byRamelia, Anaaxes
Voting began26 April 2019
Vote results5 Yea, 0 Nay, 0 Abstain
Status: In force

ORDER DEEMING CERTAIN RECORDS OF THE LIBRARY OF PARLIAMENT NEEDFUL AND PROTECTED

Section 1. Privacy Policy of the Library of Parliament

A Privacy Policy of the Library of Parliament shall exist, and shall be located at Library of Parliament:Privacy Policy. It shall contain all information which may be required by any applicable laws, administered by the Social Liberal Union or otherwise, regarding collection, usage, and disbursement of personal data of Library of Parliament users. It should further contain relevant information on the government of the Social Liberal Union, and other information deemed necessary by the Chair of the Commission.

  1. The Privacy Policy shall be considered endorsed by the Commission, and its standards shall be binding upon all Library of Parliament conduct.
  2. The Privacy Policy shall be considered reasonably needful and a high-risk record by the Commission; thus, the Commission orders that the Privacy Policy be protected as though a mandatory record of the Library of Parliament.
  3. The Privacy Policy shall only be updated at the direction and supervision of the Chair of the Commission, or by order of the Commission.

Section 2. Manual of Style of the Library of Parliament

A Manual of Style of the Library of Parliament shall exist, and shall be located at Library of Parliament:Manual of Style. It shall contain regularly updated information regarding standard formatting of legislation and popular or otherwise reasonably needful optional records of the Library of Parliament.

  1. The Manual of Style shall be considered endorsed by the Commission, and its standards shall be binding upon all Library of Parliament documentation unless permission is granted otherwise by the Chair of the Commission, or by order of the Commission.
  2. The Manual of Style shall be considered reasonably needful and a high-risk record by the Commission; thus, the Commission orders that the Manual of Style be protected as though a mandatory record of the Library of Parliament.
  3. The Manual of Style shall only be updated at the direction of the Chair of the Commission, or by order of the Commission, or by a Librarian of Parliament of expertise in the matter of the update not otherwise directed.

Section 3. Regarding Election Pages

Pages on the Library of Parliament documenting past elections of the Social Liberal Union should be kept. They shall contain such information as shall be deemed necessary by the Manual of Style. If, in the judgement of the Chair of the Commission, they contain such information in sufficient form, they shall considered records of significant regional value by the Commission; thus, the Commission orders that they be protected as though mandatory records the Library of Parliament.

Section 4. Regarding Standing Orders of the Court of Justice

Pages on the Library of Parliament shall be kept documenting Standing Orders of the Court of Justice of the Social Liberal Union shall be kept, as follows: Standing Orders of the Court shall be considered reasonably needful and high-risk records by the Commission; thus, the Commission orders that such Orders be protected as though mandatory records of the Library of Parliament.

  1. Standing Orders of the Court, as recorded on the Library of Parliament, shall be considered to take precedence over any other recordings of the same, unless otherwise ordered by the Presiding Officer of the Court in the course of Court proceedings.
  2. The Presiding Officer of the Court shall be permitted to command that Standing Orders of the Court be modified or created, pursuant to their authorities to maintain such Orders.

Section 5. Regarding Certain Historical Records

Pages on the Library of Parliament documenting (a) major historical statements (such as Ainland's founding statement and Delegatory addresses to the region), (b) historical eras, or (c) current and/or former officeholders in the Social Liberal Union are eligible for protection as follows:

  1. The following may apply if, and only if, such records are deemed by the Chair of the Commission, or by order of the Commission, to be accurate and adequate, and in accordance any applicable requirements of the Manual of Style.
  2. Such records shall be considered of significant regional value by the commission; thus, the Chair of the Commission may designate such pages protected as though mandatory records.