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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.
Resoluton 127: Parks and Recreation Transfer Act
Written by mine_man_, endorsed by skelezomperman, kittycat11231 and mjpwwf
This resolution is an enacted resolution.
Upon approval of this resolution, the Parks and Recreation Committee shall be converted from an executive committee to a legislative committee.
The committee once transfered will be chaired by the current chairman mine_man_, and shall keep the current members. The chairman will be able to nominate and appoint members to the committee or revoke membership with a majority vote inside of the committee.
The chairman of the committee can be replaced with a 60% vote in favour of another candidate by members of the committee. This candidate must be a member of the committee prior to being chosen as chairman.
The goal of the committee will remain the same.
General Assembly Voting: Closed 14:10 GMT August 9th
Resolution passes to the President.
Resolution 128: Confirmation of SilverBubble as Associate Justice
By the power vested in me as Chief Justice of the United Cities Court, I, mjpwwf, present to the General Assembly SilverBubble as one of my two nominees for Associate Justice of the Court forementioned.
This resolution shall be treated as a motion of the General Assembly.