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The United Socialist States of Communist Federation of New Jersey

North carolinan soviet republic wrote:hello

Fellow Communist USA State
I take it back, I clicked on your icon and you are a fake communist.

The United Socialist States of Pingviinn

Union of rising sun wrote:Question: What is your nation's currency?

Pingvin

The Kawaii Peoples Empire of Yong

Union of rising sun wrote:Question: What is your nation's currency?

Mines the Yongian Yen

The Anarchist Confederacy of Ghillemear

Union of rising sun wrote:Question: What is your nation's currency?

Ghillemear don't have no currency.

The Democratic Socialist Union of Sauros

The grand union kingdom wrote:General Assembly Announcement: I would like to present Election Act Amendment (No Judges) for a regional forum. Please feel free to discuss the bill on the RMB. The discussion period will end in 24 hours.
What is the reason for this bill being presented? Not inherently against it, just confused and want to know why it exists in the first place.

Election Act Amendment (No Judges)

by The grand union kingdom

Overview


Purpose

The amendment seeks to stop incumbent Supreme Court Justices from seeking the office of Secretary

Implementation

The amendment shall be implemented immediately.

Author/signatory

The grand union kingdom

Result

TBD

Existing Law


  1. A Secretarial election shall commence on the first day of every March, June, September, and December, and adhere to the following structure:

    1. Nomination period; three days

    2. Debate period; four days

    3. Voting period; three days

    4. Counting period; conducted at the soonest discrepancy of the election committee

  2. A Legislative election shall commence on the fifteenth day of every January, April, July and October, and adhere to the following structure:

    1. Nomination period; three days

    2. Debate period; four days

    3. Voting period; three days

    4. Counting period; conducted at the soonest discrepancy of the election committee

  3. Concerning the nomination period:

    1. Nominations shall be open for Secretary or the General Assembly

    2. World Assembly citizens shall be eligible to nominate for Secretary in a Secretarial election, unless they have held that position for two consecutive terms immediately preceding that election

    3. All electoral citizens shall be eligible to nominate for the General Assembly in a Legislative election

    4. All nominations shall take place on the Regional Message Board

    5. A candidate shall be disqualified for the following actions:

      1. Failing to post on the Regional Message Board confirming their candidacy within three days of the closure of the nomination period

      2. Departing from the region for more than one day

      3. Not residing in the region at the commencement of the voting period

      4. Failing to be a World Assembly member at any point during the election as Secretary candidate

    6. A candidate may withdraw at any time prior to the voting period by announcing their intention to do so on the Regional Message Board

  4. Concerning the voting period:

    1. A group of citizens, henceforth known as the election committee, shall be formed to organise the offsite voting form and to count the ballots

    2. The election committee shall consist of one founder appointed by the Secretary and two non-candidate citizens appointed by the General Assembly

    3. All electoral citizens shall be eligible to vote, including in any tiebreakers

    4. Voters must confirm the casting of their ballot with the founder account for it to be deemed valid

    5. If a contest has equal or fewer candidates than available positions, voters shall indicate their approval or disapproval of each candidate individually

    6. If the Secretary contest has multiple candidates, voters shall rank the candidates in order of preference

    7. If the General Assembly contest has more candidates than available positions, voters shall be allowed to select a number of their preferred candidates equal to or lesser than the number of available positions

  5. Concerning the counting period:

    1. If a contest has equal or fewer candidates than available positions, each candidate shall require a majority to approve their candidacy to be elected

    2. If the Secretary contest has multiple candidates, ballots shall be counted using the single transferable voting system

    3. If the General Assembly contest has more candidates than available positions, ballots shall be counted using the plurality-at-large voting system

    4. For a tie between two candidates that must be broken to determine the filling of one position:

      1. A one-day vote shall be held via a regional poll, where the candidate with the most votes shall be elected to the position

      2. If still tied, the winner shall be determined via a randomised method selected by the election commission

    5. For a tie between more than two candidates that must be broken to determine the filling of one position:

      1. A one-day vote shall be held via a regional poll, where a candidate with a majority of votes shall be elected to the position

      2. If no candidate achieves a majority, the two candidates with the most votes shall proceed to a subsequent one-day vote held via a regional poll, where the candidate with the most votes shall be elected to the position

      3. If the two candidates with the most votes cannot be determined from the first tiebreaker poll, the nation who received the most votes shall be elected or, if that also cannot be determined, the winner shall be elected via a randomised method

      4. If the two candidates in the second tiebreaker poll are tied, the winner shall be determined via a randomised method

    6. For a tie between more than two candidates that must be broken to determine the filling of more than one position:

      1. A one-day vote shall be held via a regional poll, where the number of candidates with the most votes equivalent to the number of available positions shall be elected

      2. If a tie between any candidates in the first tiebreaker poll must be broken to determine the filling of any positions, all winners shall be determined via a randomised method

    7. If the Secretary contest has no candidates, the following shall apply:

      1. The election for that position shall be suspended

      2. The incumbent Secretary shall continue to serve in their role until the conclusion of the next Secretarial election, unless they appoint a new Secretary in their place

      3. The Cabinet shall be primarily tasked with increasing the number of nominations in the next Secretarial election

    8. If the General Assembly contest has two fewer candidates than the total number of available seats following the nomination period, the following shall apply:

      1. The election for the General Assembly shall be suspended

      2. The incumbent Speaker shall continue to serve in their role until the conclusion of the next Legislative election, unless they appoint a new Speaker in their place

      3. The Speaker shall be responsible for appointing a number of electoral citizens equivalent to the original seat determination as the remaining Members of the General Assembly

    9. If the General Assembly contest results in at least two vacant seats following the counting period, the following shall apply:

      1. The by-elections for the General Assembly shall be suspended

      2. The newly elected Members of the General Assembly shall internally elect a Speaker from among themselves

      3. The Speaker shall be responsible for appointing a number of electoral citizens equivalent to the vacant seats as the remaining Members of the General Assembly

Proposed Law


  1. A Secretarial election shall commence on the first day of every March, June, September, and December, and adhere to the following structure:

    1. Nomination period; three days

    2. Debate period; four days

    3. Voting period; three days

    4. Counting period; conducted at the soonest discrepancy of the election committee

  2. A Legislative election shall commence on the fifteenth day of every January, April, July and October, and adhere to the following structure:

    1. Nomination period; three days

    2. Debate period; four days

    3. Voting period; three days

    4. Counting period; conducted at the soonest discrepancy of the election committee

  3. Concerning the nomination period:

    1. Nominations shall be open for Secretary or the General Assembly

    2. World Assembly citizens shall be eligible to nominate for Secretary in a Secretarial election, unless they have held that position for two consecutive terms immediately preceding that election or are an incumbent Supreme Court Justice

    3. All electoral citizens shall be eligible to nominate for the General Assembly in a Legislative election

    4. All nominations shall take place on the Regional Message Board

    5. A candidate shall be disqualified for the following actions:

      1. Failing to post on the Regional Message Board confirming their candidacy within three days of the closure of the nomination period

      2. Departing from the region for more than one day

      3. Not residing in the region at the commencement of the voting period

      4. Failing to be a World Assembly member at any point during the election as Secretary candidate

    6. A candidate may withdraw at any time prior to the voting period by announcing their intention to do so on the Regional Message Board

  4. Concerning the voting period:

    1. A group of citizens, henceforth known as the election committee, shall be formed to organise the offsite voting form and to count the ballots

    2. The election committee shall consist of one founder appointed by the Secretary and two non-candidate citizens appointed by the General Assembly

    3. All electoral citizens shall be eligible to vote, including in any tiebreakers

    4. Voters must confirm the casting of their ballot with the founder account for it to be deemed valid

    5. If a contest has equal or fewer candidates than available positions, voters shall indicate their approval or disapproval of each candidate individually

    6. If the Secretary contest has multiple candidates, voters shall rank the candidates in order of preference

    7. If the General Assembly contest has more candidates than available positions, voters shall be allowed to select a number of their preferred candidates equal to or lesser than the number of available positions

  5. Concerning the counting period:

    1. If a contest has equal or fewer candidates than available positions, each candidate shall require a majority to approve their candidacy to be elected

    2. If the Secretary contest has multiple candidates, ballots shall be counted using the single transferable voting system

    3. If the General Assembly contest has more candidates than available positions, ballots shall be counted using the plurality-at-large voting system

    4. For a tie between two candidates that must be broken to determine the filling of one position:

      1. A one-day vote shall be held via a regional poll, where the candidate with the most votes shall be elected to the position

      2. If still tied, the winner shall be determined via a randomised method selected by the election commission

    5. For a tie between more than two candidates that must be broken to determine the filling of one position:

      1. A one-day vote shall be held via a regional poll, where a candidate with a majority of votes shall be elected to the position

      2. If no candidate achieves a majority, the two candidates with the most votes shall proceed to a subsequent one-day vote held via a regional poll, where the candidate with the most votes shall be elected to the position

      3. If the two candidates with the most votes cannot be determined from the first tiebreaker poll, the nation who received the most votes shall be elected or, if that also cannot be determined, the winner shall be elected via a randomised method

      4. If the two candidates in the second tiebreaker poll are tied, the winner shall be determined via a randomised method

    6. For a tie between more than two candidates that must be broken to determine the filling of more than one position:

      1. A one-day vote shall be held via a regional poll, where the number of candidates with the most votes equivalent to the number of available positions shall be elected

      2. If a tie between any candidates in the first tiebreaker poll must be broken to determine the filling of any positions, all winners shall be determined via a randomised method

    7. If the Secretary contest has no candidates, the following shall apply:

      1. The election for that position shall be suspended

      2. The incumbent Secretary shall continue to serve in their role until the conclusion of the next Secretarial election, unless they appoint a new Secretary in their place

      3. The Cabinet shall be primarily tasked with increasing the number of nominations in the next Secretarial election

    8. If the General Assembly contest has two fewer candidates than the total number of available seats following the nomination period, the following shall apply:

      1. The election for the General Assembly shall be suspended

      2. The incumbent Speaker shall continue to serve in their role until the conclusion of the next Legislative election, unless they appoint a new Speaker in their place

      3. The Speaker shall be responsible for appointing a number of electoral citizens equivalent to the original seat determination as the remaining Members of the General Assembly

    9. If the General Assembly contest results in at least two vacant seats following the counting period, the following shall apply:

      1. The by-elections for the General Assembly shall be suspended

      2. The newly elected Members of the General Assembly shall internally elect a Speaker from among themselves

      3. The Speaker shall be responsible for appointing a number of electoral citizens equivalent to the vacant seats as the remaining Members of the General Assembly

Read dispatch

Unity in Diversity!

Folcvania wrote:Hey Assemblians, what languages do y'all know, and what languages are y'all wanting to learn?

I'm a native English speaker, but I know a little german and I study Anglo-Saxon for fun. I'd love to learn Russian or Spanish, but I just don't have the attention span for it as of late.

Native *nglish speaker here also. I do know a bit of Latin though, and I can also curse in it (which is something I guess). Some of my family knows Afrikaans, but unfortunately I have really never had the opportunity to learn it.

The Sultanate of Sharifian

How do I raise my population?

The Constitutional Monarchy of Folcvania

Sharifian wrote:How do I raise my population?

Answer issues and wait. it goes up naturally over time.

The Sultanate of Sharifian

Folcvania wrote:Answer issues and wait. it goes up naturally over time.

I've answered 15 and only got an extra million.

The Constitutional Monarchy of Folcvania

Sharifian wrote:I've answered 15 and only got an extra million.

It's very slow, just be patient.

The Republic of Hindutva is Fascism

Sharifian wrote:How do I raise my population?

Every day you will gain some

The Socialist Jüraxchi States of Ceodor

Union of rising sun wrote:Question: What is your nation's currency?

Hydro-Dioxides, which is used as a environmentally friendly fuel instead of oil or gasoline

The Constitutional Monarchy of Folcvania

Union of rising sun wrote:Question: What is your nation's currency?

Folcvania's currency is called Arpings, which is an Anglo-Saxon word that means something like "value".

The Greater Socialist Union of Talao

Union of rising sun wrote:Question: What is your nation's currency?

the assembly note, a TLA euro-style regional currency that was made years back and i adopted because it sounded neat

The Greater Socialist Union of Talao

Sharifian wrote:How do I raise my population?

it's an exponential kinda thing
i've been into nationstates on-and-off for a few years and i've reached 10 billion

The People's Republic of Slavichistan

North carolinan soviet republic wrote:hello

Hello.

The Republic of Hindutva is Fascism

Talao wrote:the assembly note, a TLA euro-style regional currency that was made years back and i adopted because it sounded neat

that sounds like the placeholder for a subsaharan nation's hyperinflated currency

The grand union kingdom

General Assembly Announcement: Election Act Amendment (No Judges) has now moved to vote within the General Assembly. All discussion by the public has been noted and will be taken into account by Members of the General Assembly while voting; results will be returned in a maximum of 48 hours.

Unity in Diversity!

Fakedommy

Good afternoon everyone. I have a question about getting into the game and getting more active within the community. How do I go about doing that? And is there something that I can read that is kind of like a tutorial or a guide?

The Republic of Hindutva is Fascism

Fakedommy wrote:Good afternoon everyone. I have a question about getting into the game and getting more active within the community. How do I go about doing that? And is there something that I can read that is kind of like a tutorial or a guide?

https://nsindex.net/wiki/Home
This is what you need

Fakedommy

Hindutva is Fascism wrote:https://nsindex.net/wiki/Home
This is what you need

thank you. I'll read through it.

The Anarchist Confederacy of Ghillemear

Announcement from the Ministry of Information:

"A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver, with some fava beans and a nice Chianti. ksksksksksks" -Hannibal Lecter, PsyD.

In order to avoid a similar fate, the May 2022 Census' filling period is now over, with 75 participants having responded. Thank you all for contributing to the demographics and stuff of the Leftist Assembly! The results will be out by next week.

Unfortunately, my dear comrades, the form filling isn't over yet. At least this time, it's not a census. It's a cabinet appreciation poll! After all, election time is nigh, so we have to figure out if you think we did a good job.

You can find this form here:

https://forms.gle/FLpmV75asNp37Dea9

This here form voting thing will last for 48 hours.

Unity in Diversity,

Minister of Information Ghillemear

The Tannu Tuvan People of of Gloucester City

POV a hypothetical Politcal Theory.

Scandinavian Democratic Socialism is a good idea because its a mix and a werid place where two ideoligies can get along. But thats just a theory. A politcal theriy

Dyntopia and Supraton

The Workers' Republic of American Soviet Confederation

Union of rising sun wrote:Question: What is your nation's currency?

The American people's dollar, usually colloquially known as the dollar.

Bikini bottom-squidward trap house

North carolinan soviet republic wrote:hello

Greetings, I take it you're from North Carolina?
Thoughts on Madison Cawthorn?

United students army

Good on dyl

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