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This page is the voting platform for the United Cities. On it will be listed resolutions up for voting. Finished resolutions and their voting records will be moved to an archive page.
IMPORTANT: All votes must be formatted as either YEA or NAY in the voting table. Votes not in this format will be discarded.
- 1 Resolution 224: The Election Certification Act 2
- 2 Resolution 225: The Legislative Committee Accountability Act
- 3 Resolution 226: The Legislative Committee Accountability Act Resolutions Act
Resolution 224: The Election Certification Act 2
Proposed by godzilltrain. Endorsed by Jian_Zen, KittyCat11231, and jphgolf4321
This is a constitutional amendment
This resolution repeals constitutional amendment 94
Henceforth, for the results of an election to be certified and released following the closure of the poll, each member of the Electoral Commission, including the Chief Electoral Commissioner, must independently certify the results, and each must declare their certification as a comment on a google doc page featuring the results of the election.
All certification comments must include the list of candidates they confirm to be officer elects alongside which roles they are elected for and the full and complete tallies; and the phrase “I, <player>, hereby certify the results listed above to be correct and accurate to the extent of my knowledge” where <player> is replaced with the electoral commission member’s full Minecraft username.
Once all Electoral Commissioners have certified the results of the election, the Chief Electoral Commissioner must share the results document containing the vote tallies, percentages and certifications with the United Cities in accordance with constitutional amendment 66.
General Assembly Voting: Ended 7th March 2018 @ 20:01 GMT
Resolution passes to the President.
Presidential Voting: Ended 3/10/2018 @ 10:26 PM GMT
No response. Resolution pocket vetoed. Returns to the General Assembly.
General Assembly Override: Ended 3/12/2018 @ 1:03 AM GMT
60% cast in favour, pocket veto overriden
Resolution 225: The Legislative Committee Accountability Act
Proposed by mine_man_. Endorsed by Jian_Zen, KittyCat11231 & ryanfr.
Upon signing of this resolution, Legislative Committees are obliged to submit a monthly report to the General Assembly outlining their plans for the next calendar month.
The Chairman of the Committee must submit their committee’s monthly report on the 1st of each calendar month at midnight UTC. Additionally, each member of the committee must place their signature by themselves on each monthly report.
In the case of which there is no allocated chairman of the committee, the president should file the monthly report for the committee.
Failure of any committee member to place their signature on a monthly report are subject to instantaneous removal from the committee by choice of the current committee chairman.
In the case where there is no chairman, it becomes the president’s responsibility to choose to remove committee members who fail to sign the monthly report.
The monthly report should be sent to the #general-assembly channel in discord, their committee channel in discord and their committee page on the Minecart Rapid Transit Wiki.
Failure to submit a monthly report in the way outlined by this resolution will result in the current committee chairman to be instantaneously removed from the committee and the trigger of an automatic motion internal to the committee to elect a new committee chairman.
In the case of which there is no allocated chairman of the committee, if the president fails to submit a monthly report, an automatic motion internal to the committee to elect a committee chairman will be triggered.
The monthly report should include the committee’s status on current projects, the results from each committee motion since the last monthly report, and the committee’s planned goals to be completed by the next monthly report including each committee members commitment to achieving these aims.
Failure to achieve the committee’s outlined goals two calendar months in a row will result in the current committee chairman to be instantaneously removed from the committee and the trigger of an automatic motion internal to the committee to choose a new committee chairman.
Additionally, if two committee chairmen are automatically removed from the committee by the processes outlined in this resolution in a period of four calendar months, a resolution will automatically be put up to voting in the general assembly to dissolve the committee.
In the case of which there is no allocated chairman of the committee, if the committee fails to achieve the goals outlined by the committee’s monthly reports two months in a row, a resolution will automatically be put up to voting in the general assembly to dissolve the committee.
General Assembly Voting: Ended 12th March 2018 @ 20:47 GMT
Passes General Assembly
Presidential Voting: Ends 13th March 2018 @ 21:35 GMT
Resolution 226: The Legislative Committee Accountability Act Resolutions Act
Proposed by KittyCat11231. Endorsed by godzilltrain, _ezzo, and Seshpenguin.
This resolution is a constitutional amendment.
This resolution waives the requirement for a resolution to have three endorsements or a Presidential exemption to be proposed for the circumstances in which Enacted Resolution 41 calls for an automatic resolution to be proposed.
The requirement for a resolution to have three endorsements or a Presidential exemption to be proposed are waived in any circumstance where the Constitution prescribes an alternate procedure for proposing a resolution.
General Assembly Voting: Ends 3/14/2018 @ 1:53 PM GMT