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The '''Chancellor''' is a constitutional office created with the passage of the [[Third Constitution of the Social Liberal Union]]. The powers and duties of the Speaker are mainly outlined in Article 9 of the [[Third Constitution of the Social Liberal Union|Constitution]]. The Chancellor is the presiding officer of the [[Court of Justice]], head of the judicial branch, and serves as the Vice Chair of the [[Law Commission]]. The Chancellor is elected for a five month term, and no nation can be elected more than twice consecutively.
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The '''Chancellor''' is a constitutional office created with the passage of the [[Third Constitution of the Social Liberal Union]]. The powers and duties of the Chancellor are mainly outlined in Article 9 of the [[Third Constitution of the Social Liberal Union|Constitution]]. The Chancellor is the presiding officer of the [[Court of Justice]], head of the judicial branch, and serves as the Vice Chair of the [[Law Commission]]. The Chancellor is elected for a five month term, and no nation can be elected more than twice consecutively.
  
 
The position of Chancellor was created with the passage of the Third Constitution, consolidating the powers of the Parliamentary, Executive, and Free Justice positions which previously oversaw the Court. The Justice positions were abolished at that point to increase judicial efficiency.
 
The position of Chancellor was created with the passage of the Third Constitution, consolidating the powers of the Parliamentary, Executive, and Free Justice positions which previously oversaw the Court. The Justice positions were abolished at that point to increase judicial efficiency.

Latest revision as of 08:53, 4 December 2019

Chancellor of the
Social Liberal Union
Chancellor Seal.png
Seal of the Chancellor
Hirematia-Flag.svg
Incumbent
Hirematia

since 17 March 2019
Judicial Branch of the SLU Government
Member ofAdministration
Law Commission.
AppointerOpen Parliament
Term lengthFive Months
Renewable once consecutively
Constituting instrumentSLU Constitution
Inaugural holderMons Garle
Formation20 May 2017
(2 years ago)
 (2017-05-20)

The Chancellor is a constitutional office created with the passage of the Third Constitution of the Social Liberal Union. The powers and duties of the Chancellor are mainly outlined in Article 9 of the Constitution. The Chancellor is the presiding officer of the Court of Justice, head of the judicial branch, and serves as the Vice Chair of the Law Commission. The Chancellor is elected for a five month term, and no nation can be elected more than twice consecutively.

The position of Chancellor was created with the passage of the Third Constitution, consolidating the powers of the Parliamentary, Executive, and Free Justice positions which previously oversaw the Court. The Justice positions were abolished at that point to increase judicial efficiency.