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Title: The Confidence Is Not A Binary Choice Bill
Post by: Miestră Schivă, UrN on August 10, 2020, 06:18:59 PM
WHEREAS in other countries it is perfectly acceptable for parties to abstain on a Vote of Confidence, for example, if they don't want to support a Government nor to bring it down;

AND WHEREAS the best I can figure why abstentions on the VoC have been invalid in Talossa is that KR1 wanted to make everyone be for or against him;


BE IT ENACTED etc. that El Lexhátx H.4.1, namely

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4.1 The Secretary of State will punish all Members of the Cosă who cast invalid votes in the Vote of Confidence; the punishment being the declaration of said member's votes in the same Clark as null and void.

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Title: Re: The Confidence Is Not A Binary Choice Bill
Post by: Ian Plätschisch on August 12, 2020, 08:04:03 PM
WHEREAS in other countries it is perfectly acceptable for parties to abstain on a Vote of Confidence, for example, if they don't want to support a Government nor to bring it down;

AND WHEREAS the best I can figure why abstentions on the VoC have been invalid in Talossa is that KR1 wanted to make everyone be for or against him;


BE IT ENACTED etc. that El Lexhátx H.4.1, namely

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4.1 The Secretary of State will punish all Members of the Cosă who cast invalid votes in the Vote of Confidence; the punishment being the declaration of said member's votes in the same Clark as null and void.

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The only type of invalid vote on a VoC, after the Organic reform, is forgetting to vote. Abstentions are allowed.
Title: Re: The Confidence Is Not A Binary Choice Bill
Post by: Miestră Schivă, UrN on August 12, 2020, 11:34:03 PM
This section still needs deleting