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Wittenberg / August 2020 General Election - Polling Station Open
« on: July 14, 2020, 06:00:30 AM »
--Polling Station 1: Wittenberg-

NB: This is a polling place. Only use this thread for your votes! (Opinions, questions, comments can be posted elsewhere.)

NB: Your vote cannot be changed once cast. Do not edit your posts!

The August 2020 General Elections to elect the 55th Cosa, provincial assemblies and 4 senate seats* in addition to the five referenda on amendments to the Organic Law is now active.

*The provinces of Vuode and Maritiimi-Maxhestic are holding their own Senate elections. To vote and for more information please check the provincial forum on wittenberg.

You can find the election rules here.

Ballots will be sent today. If you do not receive a ballot today, please send me a pm.

If you believe there is something wrong with the ballot, please contact me ASAP.


HOW TO VOTE

As per the Organic Law, all votes are final, and cannot be retracted, modified or altered in any way: if multiple votes are sent, only the first one is counted. The only exception is that if you vote on the Cosa part, but forgot to vote on the Senate part, you may add your Senate vote before the election deadline using voting method 1, 2, or 4* (see below). The database admin will then manually insert your Senate vote into the database.

*In this case, make a new separate post, do not alter your original post.

There are five ways to vote:

1 ) You can reply to their Ballot email with your vote, provided the PSC code is in the email. Those votes will be entered manually into the Database system.

2 ) You can write a different email (to talossachancery@gmail.com), provided the PSC code is in it. Those votes will be entered manually into the Database system.

3 ) You can vote using the online form: www.talossa.ca/files/vote.php using only your citizen number (available online and in the email) and the PSC code from the email. Those votes will be entered automatically into the Database system.

4 ) Voters will be able to vote on Wittenberg publicly A single vote thread will be created for casting votes on Wittenberg. If you have received your vote code (PSC), you are requested to cast your vote in that thread WITH your PSC. A vote without PSC will be validated provided the account clearly belongs to a single eligible voter.

5 ) You can print the ballot located here at www.talossa.ca/files/votebymail.php and mail it to the address located at the bottom of the ballot. Keep in mind that votes need to arrive before the election deadline to be valid and voting by mail might take long, especially from a location outside western Europe. (NOTICE: the vote by mail ballot is not fully updated yet.  When voting by mail please keep in mind the instructions on the email ballot or here.)


KEEP IN MIND WHEN VOTING

Especially when voting using a different method than the database, keep in mind the following:

* Specify which part you are voting for. Unspecified party votes will only count towards the Cosa election.

* Write-in parties for the Cosa elections cannot receive votes. A write-in vote has the same effect as Present/Invalid.

* For the Senate part, rank as many eligible candidates as you want in order of preference. Do not include one candidate multiple times. Please include a candidate’s full name or citizen number. Ambiguous votes may be rejected. Write-In votes for eligible citizens are allowed.

* Party votes do not count in any way for Senate elections.

* As per the Organic Law, all votes are final, and cannot be retracted, modified or altered in any way: if multiple votes are sent, only the first one is counted. The only exception is that if you vote on the Cosa part, but forgot to vote on the Senate part, you may add your Senate vote before the election deadline using voting method 1, 2, or 4* (see above). The database admin will then manually insert your Senate vote into the database.

* *In this case, make a new separate post, do not alter your original post.

WHAT TO VOTE ON

If you vote on witt, please include the following parts:
(On witt your vote will always be public.)


Part 3: Cosa Election
For the Cosa, please vote for the party you want to vote for.

Three parties have registered:
FREEDEMS - Free Democrats of Talossa
NPW - New Peculiar Way
LCC - League of Centre Conservatives

More information about these parties (50 word statements, leaders, link to party platform, etc) can be found on your ballot, on the online voting form and on the election rules page.

If you do not wish to vote for a party you can also indicate "PRESENT" for the Party Vote. This counts as vote in regards to keeping your citizenship.
(You risk losing your citizenship if you did not vote or take part in a census during the last two years.)


Part 5: Referendum
There are five referenda this year:

* 54RZ16 - The There's No Such Thing As A Free Senäts Seat Amendment
* 54RZ22 - The Amada Mertgedes Martyrdom Memorial Act
* 54RZ23 - The Uniform Seneschál Election Act
* 54RZ25 - Judiciary Amendment of 2020
* 54RZ28 - The Non-Hereditary Monarchy Amendment
You may vote Për (in favour), Contrâ (against), or Abstain on these amendments.
The full texts can be found by clicking the links.


Part 6: Senate Election
Please include your vote for Senator if you are a citizen of any of the following provinces:

- Benito
- Cézembre

In addition, the provinces of Vuode and Maritiimi-Maxhestic are holding their own Senate elections. To vote and for more information please check the provincial forum on wittenberg.

To vote for Senate, list 1 or more (the database ballot accepts up to 5) eligible citizens of your province in order of preference!

If you leave this empty your vote will count as abstain and your vote for the other parts will still be valid.
Important: votes for a party do NOT count here. You will need to vote for an individual candidate.

The following candidates have registered for senate seats:
Benito: #330 - Eiric Börnatfiglheu
Cézembre: #152 - Sir X. Pol Briga
Cézembre: #284 - Ian Tamoran

Write-in votes for Senate are also allowed


Part 7: Provincial Election
Here you can vote for whichever party you wish to represent you in your provincial assembly. The provincial assembly elections of the following provinces are conducted by the chancery:

- Atatürk

- Benito
(For the Benito Legislative Assembly, please vote for a party, or PRESENT if you wish to cast a null ballot.)

- Cézembre

- Florencia
(Vote for a party or vote "present")

If you leave this empty your vote will count as abstain and your vote for the other parts will still be valid.

WHEN TO VOTE

Any time between 15 July 07:00 TST and 1 August 19:30 TST (UTC-5) (This corresponds to 19:30 in Milwaukee (WI), USA and 02:30 on the 2nd of December in St. Malo, France)


HAPPY VOTING EVERYONE!


Glüc da Dhi,
Secretary of State



PS for those interested: here you can find who have and have not voted yet.
Current turnout: 0

Also,  here(TBD) is a list of citizen numbers of citizens who are at risk of losing their citizenship at the end of the election.

Lastly, please just use this thread for voting. For questions, concerns, etc you can use this thread. Additionally, this thread should be treated as a polling station. This is not the place for campaigning or political arguments.

Many thanks to @mpf whose amazing work on the database makes this election possible.

EMAIL DATABASE FOR ALL CITIZENS
53RZ23 established a database of name, province and email address of all citizens who opt-in, available to every citizen. This has not been automated yet. If you wish to be included in this database please contact the Secretary of State on Witt or send an email to talossachancery@gmail.com stating that you wish to be included in the database for all citizens.

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Florencia / Nimlet election
« on: July 11, 2020, 04:04:50 PM »
Am I correct in interpreting the constitution that the Chancery is to conduct the Nimlet election?

Should there be an additional accompanying instructions?

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Cézembre / Cézembre Senate (+Etats) election
« on: July 11, 2020, 03:30:13 PM »
Azul,

I haven't had any confirmation as to whether Cézembre wants the Chancery to conduct its Senate election. Based on Chapter V of the Cézembre constitution the Sénéchal is supposed to request the Chancery to do so. Because this is essentially automated by law, barring any objections I'm going to assume that is the case, though I would still prefer to get an explicit request.

Similarly I'm going to assume the Chancery is to run the Etats election as last year. If this is not the case, or if the provinces wants me to add an accompanying instruction to the ballot please let me know.

tagging @Dame Litz Cjantscheir, UrN (Also sent an email)

PS also a reminder that if the Chancery is to conduct the election, Senate candidates have until the 14th of July to register to get on the ballot.

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Benito / Benito Senate (+Chancellery) election.
« on: July 11, 2020, 03:08:22 PM »
Azul,

I haven't had any confirmation as to whether Benito wants the Chancery to conduct its Senate election.

Will such a request be forthcoming?

Also, does Benito want the Chancery to conduct the Chancellery election again? Do you wish to keep the accompanying ballot text (last year it read "For the Benito Legislative Assembly, please vote for a party, or PRESENT if you wish to cast a null ballot.") or should it be removed/amended?

Tagging who I think is the current Maestro @Eiric S. Bornatfiglheu

PS also a reminder that if the Chancery is to conduct the election, Senate candidates have until the 14th of July to register to get on the ballot.

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Wittenberg / [Chancery] Rules and Registrations August (July) 2020 GE
« on: July 08, 2020, 06:37:07 PM »
Attention Citizens of Talossa!

His Majesty, King John I has dissolved the Cosa. That means a General Election will be held starting the 15th of July and ending the 1st of August.

The rules have not been changed since last time and have been attached to this post.
These rules are an addition to Talossan law regarding elections, specifically OrgLaw Sections III,IV and V and Lexhatx title B. Be aware that not every detail of the law has been explicitly included in the rules so knowledge of the relevant laws might be useful.

The rules can also be found on the rules page of the database.

This thread serves to announce the rules, to inform Parties, Senatorial Candidates, King and Provinces about what needs to happen before the election and as a way for parties and candidates to register.



Glüc da Dhi,
Secretary of State

Timetable
13 July 23:59 TST (-5 UTC) - Registration deadline Political Parties.
14 July 23:59 TST - Registration deadline Senatorial Candidates.
15 July, morning - Balloting Day, all citizens receive their ballots.
1 August 19:30 TST - Election deadline, results are announced.
14 August - Certification deadline
30 August - Party fee deadline to sit in the Cosa during the first clark

Information for Parties

In the upcoming election the 200 seats of the 55th Cosa will be elected.

For a party to be able to obtain seats in the 55th Cosa two things need to happen.
1. You need to register with the chancery. This needs to happen at least 24 hours before balloting day!

Registration should include:
* Full Party name
* Party Initials
* 50 word statement
* Party Leader(s)
* Candidate list (this is optional, but if no list is supplied only the party leader is allowed to receive seats (see Lex.b.2.3 for the full rules regarding party lists).
* Party platform URL (optional)

All of the above can be done by posting in this thread, sending me a pm or sending an email to talossachancery@gmail.com. (Information can be updated at any time before the deadline, but the initial registration needs to include at least all the mandatory parts).
Candidate lists and Platform URLs can still be provided/updated the day before balloting day.

2. You need to pay a fee. This needs to happen before assigning cosa seats.
The fee is 6¤40 ($10 USD) and needs to be paid to the Bürgermeister of Inland Revenue, Istefan Perþonest. Contact him to find out more about the best way to pay the fee. Parties can appear on the ballot before the fee has been paid.

Information regarding referenda statements (King + existing parties)
In addition, parties that currently hold cosa seats may provide a statement of up to 50 words for each referendum either in favour or against the bill.
In addition, the King may provide a 150 word statement for each amendment that was passed after the Ziu overruled an earlier objection.

This can be done by posting in this thread, sending me a pm or sending an email to talossachancery@gmail.com. Please do not wait until the last minute for this as they may have to be manually added to the ballot by the database admin


Information for Senatorial Candidates
Four Senate seats will be contested during the upcoming elections: Benito (3 cosa terms), Vuode (3 cosa terms), Maritiimi-Maxhestic (2 cosa terms), and Cézembre (special, 1 cosa term).
Some of these will be conducted by the provinces themselves. Others will be conducted by the chancery. A list will be included in this post with the most up to date information about which elections are conducted by the chancery.

If elections are conducted by the chancery, the election will use IRV and allow write-in candidates, but candidates do get the opportunity to be listed on the ballot. All you have to do to appear on the ballot is register with the chancery. This can be done by posting in this thread, sending me a pm or sending an email to talossachancery@gmail.com.

In order to appear on the ballot you have to register before the start of the elections.

Information for Provinces
The chancery provides the option for provinces to have their Senate and Assembly elections conducted by the chancery. Additionally in the case of assembly elections, provinces may provide supplementary instructions to the voters (this could be a description of the relevant provincial law, whether to vote for a party or person, a list of provincially registered parties, etc). The chancery requests that provincial representatives supply this information (what elections should be conducted, voting instructions) to the chancery. I will also look at relevant provincial law and post a thread in each province asking for details. If no information is provided by the province (in whatever form) the default option will be to include an option for a provincial assembly vote, but NOT to conduct the senatorial election, as this requires an explicit request from the province.

Assembly elections (Could be subject to change until balloting day.) -Pending confirmation by the provinces
Atatürk - Election conducted by the chancery.
Benito - Election conducted by the chancery. Instructions: "For the Benito Legislative Assembly, please vote for a party, or PRESENT if you wish to cast a null ballot."
Cézembre - Election conducted by the chancery. (no confirmation)
Fîovâ - No election, the General Assembly consists of all citizens.
Florencia - Election conducted by the chancery. Instructions: "Vote for a party or vote "present""
Maricopa - No election, all citizen can claim a seat in the Cabana.
Maritiimi Maxhestic - No election, all citizens can claim a seat in the Provincial assembly during the election.
Vuode - No election, all citizens can claim a seat in the Estats Xhenerais during the election..

Senate elections (Could be subject to change until balloting day.)
Benito (3 cosa terms) - Election conducted by the chancery.
Cézembre (1 cosa terms, special) - Election conducted by the chancery. (unconfirmed)
Maritiimi-Maxhestic (2 cosa terms) - Election conducted by the province.
Vuode (3 cosa terms) - Election conducted by the province.

Registered Senate Candidates


Benito:
* Eiric S. Bornatfiglheu

Cézembre (if conducted by the Chancery):
* Xhorxh Pol Briga
* Ian Tamoran

Registered parties
* FREEDEMS - Free Democrats of Talossa - leader: Miestră Schivă - Platform link
* NPW - New Peculiar Way - leader: Eiric S. Bornatfiglheu
* LCC - League of Centre Conservatives - leader: Ian Platschisch - Platform link

50 word statements
* FREEDEMS:
Re-elect Miestră Schivă as Seneschál for a third term! Free Democrats in government get things done and have more fun. We want a referendum on Royal powers; better outreach to the world via social media, our website and diplomacy; and more use of the Talossan language. Don’t mess with success!

* NPW:
The NPW looks to add levity, peculiarity, and fun to the Talossan scene.  Let's help people find those reasons to check in on a regular basis, as well grow Talossa in new and interesting ways.  "Everything's got a story in it. Change the story, change the world." -Terry Pratchett

* LCC:
Do you believe the Talossan Monarch should be more than a powerless figurehead? Do you believe in the cultural and political significance of the provinces? This broad coalition of centrists and conservatives (hence our name) is ready to deliver the active, principled opposition which has recently been sorely lacking


Candidate Lists
* FREEDEMS:
1. Miestră Schivă
2. Munditenens Tresplet
3. Martì-Páir Furxhéir
4. Txec dal Nordselvâ
5. Txoteu Davinescù
6. Cresti da Ion Nouacastră-Läxhirescu (also Senäts candidate)
7. Antalgha Xhenerös Somelieir
8. Eðo Grischün (also Senäts candidate)

* NPW:
1. Eiric S. Bornatfiglheu (also Senat candidate)
2. Ian SG Txalgh
3. Iason Taiwos

* LCC:
1. Brenier Itravilatx
2. Sir Cresti Siervicul
3. Jordan Placie

Referenda
* 54RZ16 - The There's No Such Thing As A Free Senäts Seat Amendment
* 54RZ22 - The Amada Mertgedes Martyrdom Memorial Act
* 54RZ23 - The Uniform Seneschál Election Act
* 54RZ25 - Judiciary Amendment of 2020
* 54RZ28 - The Non-Hereditary Monarchy Amendment

Party/King Referenda Statements
* FREEDEMS:
54RZ16 (PER):
VOTE PËR. Talossa needs all the sources of income it can get. Political parties have contributed $10 per election for a long time, but Senators have not had to contribute. This amendment will allow us to set a fee for successful Senäts candidates; we envisage $5 would be fair.
54RZ22 (PER):
VOTE PËR. Amada Mer‏‏‏tgedes was elected to the Senate, but was not allowed to vote because she hadn’t been a citizen for a year. But then she was kicked out of the Senäts for not voting! That was not supposed to happen, and this amendment fixes those contradictory OrgLaw provisions.
54RZ23 (PER):
VOTE PËR. Instead of the King choosing a Seneschál, this Amendment gives the Cosa the right to elect the Seneschál on the first Clark. This makes Talossa much more democratic and transparent.
54RZ25 (PER):
VOTE PËR. The Uppermost Cort has been in a muddle for ages, with inactive Justices and no clear procedure. This amendment was drafted by UC Justice and actual legal expert, Viteu Marcianüs, to make Talossa’s court system work on sound principles.
54RZ28 (PER):
VOTE PËR. Talossa has always elected its Kings. The one time we tried a hereditary succession, the crown went to a 7 year old boy whose family didn’t want him involved in Talossa at all. This amendment will ensure that Talossa’s next King is capable of doing the job.

*AMP:
54RZ28 (PER):
King of Talossa is too important a role to give to just anybody who happens to be the King's son. (Note that AMP is no longer a political party, is not contesting this election, and now exists as a think tank).

The EC discussed whether the elections should continue starting the 15th of July, because the writ of dissolution was posted a bit late. As it stands, we will continue as normal and balloting day will be the 15th of July. That means only a week left for preparations and registrations.
Because I was way too late in getting the EC to validate new rules, the rules will be the same as last year. One chance I hoped to make was to explicitly include the option for the King to submit a 150 word statement on amendments he objected to. Of course, even though it is now not explictly mentioned in the rules, it is still the case, because it is organically mandated.
I won't be able to finish the registrations thread today, but of course people should feel free to already submit information to the chancery (see the rules for details).
That means
for provinces - whether they would like the chancery to conduct Senate/provincial assembly elections, and potential ballot instructions to the voters for provincial assembly elections
for parties that want to participate in the election - party name, intials, leader(s), 50 word statement, candidate lists, party platform url
for parties that currently have cosa seats - 50 word statements on any of the referenda to be held (I havent checked exactly which those are yet, will post soon)
for senate candidates in provinces whose elections will be conducted by the chancery - their name for on the ballot (dont know which provinces exactly yet, but if you think your provinces elections might be conducted by the chancery, feel free to submit anyway, better safe than sorry)
for the King - 150 word statements on any of the referenda he objected to
Exact deadlines and procedures will be posted soon, but feel free to submit before then if you can.
The rules should be attached to this post and of course the database version can be found here: http://www.talossa.ca/files/electionrules.php

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Wittenberg / No Census
« on: July 08, 2020, 06:08:55 PM »
Eeh so the database decided to randomly sent out old census emails again. Already got some angry emails about that. To be clear, there is no census currently going on. Apologies.
That said, the database does register who responds, so anyone who does reply is considered as having filled out a census and will not be stricken from the voter list for the next two years, so it's not all pointless.

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The Lobby / June 2020 Clark Results (54th Cosa, 6th Clark)
« on: June 25, 2020, 05:05:57 PM »
54RZ27 - The UC Inactivity Definition Bill: Passed (145-0-22, 5-2-1)
54RZ28 - The Non-Hereditary Monarchy Amendment: Passed (150-12-5, 5-3-0) (Amendment requires approval by referendum)
VoC: Passed (159-8)

Votes per MZ can be found here: http://www.talossa.ca/files/cosa_vote_result.php?cosa=54&clark=6

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Wittenberg / Welcome back Éovart Andrinescu
« on: June 24, 2020, 08:45:13 AM »
Writ of Reinstatement - #418 Éovart Andrinescu

The chancery hereby reinstates the citizenship of Éovart Andrinescu, a citizen of Talossa and the province of Fiôvâ since 2013, in accordance with Lex. E.14.



Done by my hand in the name of King John and under his Royal Seal on this 24th day of June in the year of the common era 2020, in the 13th year of the reign of our gracious sovereign King John, and of the independence of Talossa the 41st.

Glüc da Dhi
Secretary of State

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To all concerned,

neither the Cort pü Inalt, nor the Mençei, nor the King/Seneschal have publicly made their appointments to the Electoral Commission before the deadline.
However, I did contact all parties and they have submitted to me their prefered appointments. Based on these discussions I hereby appoint
@Dr. Txec dal Nordselvă
@Viteu
@Açafat del Val
as the members of the August 2020 (55th Cosa) General Elections Electoral Commission.

I look forward to working with them. The members of the commission will soon be contacted by me. The proposed election rules (which are also late I'm afraid) will also soon be finished and posted so they may be validated in time.


Glüc da Dhi
Secretary of State

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The Lobby / The June 2020 Clark (54th Cosa, 6th Clark)
« on: June 01, 2020, 03:58:57 AM »
The June 2020 Clark is now here.

www.talossa.ca/files/clark.php?cosa=54&clark=6

Or here: www.talossa.ca/files/print_clark.php (this is the printer friendly version)


In PDF Form (which was made from the print_clark.php page):

www.talossa.ca/files/clarks/June2020Clark.pdf
! It appears something went wrong when creating the pdf file. Please stay tuned...

or can vote online here: www.talossa.ca/files/clark_vote.php

Or in this thread, until the 21st of the month, at 19h30 TST.

Senators or Cosa members are allowed to create a single thread in the Senate/Cosa chamber to post all of the Senate/Cosa Votes that are not cast in this thread. Any votes not posted either using the form above, the current thread, or any of the Senate/Cosa threads on witt might be ignored and void. Please do not vote by email or private messages.

When you vote, do not indicate any conditions which may make it sound like this vote isn't final: you can always change your vote later.

Please do not vote by email: We've had problems with email votes being caught in the spam filter.

All Cosa Members and Senators should have been emailed today.



Glüc da Dhi
Secretary of State

Note 1: There have been some problems with the chancery email system. Do not reply to sos@talossa.com, because I will not read it!
Note 2: Obviously in case of the Non Hereditary Monarchy amendment the real threshold is 3/4th not 2/3rd but there is no option for the database to show this yet...

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The Lobby / Call for bills - 54th Cosa, 6th Clark - June 2020
« on: May 28, 2020, 05:00:24 PM »
It is my pleasure to open call for bills of the June 2020 Clark.

Eventually, the clark can be viewed in real time here:

www.talossa.ca/files/cosa_vote_result.php?cosa=54&clark=6 (for the votes)

and here:

www.talossa.ca/files/clark.php?cosa=54&clark=6 (for the bills )

It is NOT too late to submit bills, of course, as you have OFFICIALLY until the morning of the 31st of this month, provided your bills have been in the Hopper before end of business day the 26th, of course. I will make the Clark on June 1st's morning and bills submitted up to a few hours before that will probably also be taken.

PLEASE note that in order to support a bill, you need to:

1 ) Be a Senator, the Secretary of State or the King
or
2 ) Have been nominated as a Cosa Member for the upcoming Clark BEFORE the 26th,

To vote on the Clark, you will have 3 options:

1 ) You will be able to vote in the Clark thread (which will be created later on the 1st of June), or in a separate Senate or Cosa voting thread. I will enter your votes in the DB.

2 ) You will be able to vote directly in the database, using your usernumber and DB password (which you can retrieve at: www.talossa.ca/files/login.php using the PSC of the election) or by login via Facebook (which requires manual activation on my part).



Glüc da Dhi
Secretary of State

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The Lobby / May 2020 Results (54th Cosa, 5th Clark)
« on: May 23, 2020, 07:00:39 PM »
54RZ23 - The Uniform Seneschál Election Act: Passed (164-0-0, 4-3-0) (Amendment requires approval by referendum)
54RZ24 - The Uniform Túischac'h Election Act: Failed (120-0-44, 2-4-1)
54RZ25 - Judiciary Amendment of 2020: Passed (93-27-44, 3-2-2) (Amendment requires approval by referendum)
54RZ26 - The Non-Hereditary Monarchy Amendment: Passed (137-27-0, 5-2-0) (Amendment requires approval by referendum)
VoC: Passed (149-15)

Votes per MZ can be found here: http://www.talossa.ca/files/cosa_vote_result.php?cosa=54&clark=5

The following members did not vote and risk losing their seats if they miss the next vote:
@Iason Taiwos

The following members did not vote for the second consecutive time and have lost their seats:
Jordan Placie

 


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The Royal Civil Service / [Chancery] Appointments
« on: May 05, 2020, 08:40:28 AM »
To all concerned,

I would like to announce two additions to the Chancery.

Firstly, @Iason Taiwos is hereby appointed State Elf in charge of Provincial (Re)Assignment. His responsibilities will most likely commence following the next census, the timing of which is yet to be announced.

Secondly, @Ian Plätschisch is hereby appointed Witt admin. His responsibilities as admin start immediately. S;reu Plätschisch will also be admitted to the board of admins once it is officially established, together with myself and any other admins who may have been appointed by that time.

Originally the plan was to also appoint Lüc da Schir as Witt admin (S;reu da Schir of course is already responsible for the technical side of the forum, but this was meant to confirm that he shares responsibility for the moderation side as well), but considering the recent circumstances I decided to hold of on that. Of course if S;reu da Schir still wishes to be appointed, I will do so immediately.

Many thanks to the two appointees for their willingness to help out the Chancery. I have great confidence in their ability to do so.

For more information about their respective job descriptions and a list of Chancery vacancies that haven't been filled, please check the following thread: https://wittenberg.talossa.com/index.php?topic=104.0



Glüc da Dhi
Secretary of State

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The Lobby / The May 2020 Clark (54th Cosa, 5th Clark)
« on: May 01, 2020, 08:12:48 AM »
The May 2020 Clark is now here.

www.talossa.ca/files/clark.php?cosa=54&clark=5

Or here: www.talossa.ca/files/print_clark.php (this is the printer friendly version)


In PDF Form (which was made from the print_clark.php page):

www.talossa.ca/files/clarks/May2020Clark.pdf

or can vote online here: www.talossa.ca/files/clark_vote.php

Or in this thread, until the 21st of the month, at 19h30 TST.

Senators or Cosa members are allowed to create a single thread in the Senate/Cosa chamber to post all of the Senate/Cosa Votes that are not cast in this thread. Any votes not posted either using the form above, the current thread, or any of the Senate/Cosa threads on witt might be ignored and void. Please do not vote by email or private messages.

When you vote, do not indicate any conditions which may make it sound like this vote isn't final: you can always change your vote later.

Please do not vote by email: We've had problems with email votes being caught in the spam filter.

All Cosa Members and Senators will be emailed today.



Glüc da Dhi
Secretary of State

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The Lobby / Call for bills - 54th Cosa, 5th Clark - May 2020
« on: April 28, 2020, 03:39:43 AM »
It is my pleasure to open call for bills of the May 2020 Clark.

Eventually, the clark can be viewed in real time here:

www.talossa.ca/files/cosa_vote_result.php?cosa=54&clark=5 (for the votes)

and here:

www.talossa.ca/files/clark.php?cosa=54&clark=5 (for the bills )

It is NOT too late to submit bills, of course, as you have OFFICIALLY until the morning of the 30th of this month, provided your bills have been in the Hopper before end of business day the 25th, of course. I will make the Clark on May 1st's morning and bills submitted up to a few hours before that will probably also be taken.

PLEASE note that in order to support a bill, you need to:

1 ) Be a Senator, the Secretary of State or the King
or
2 ) Have been nominated as a Cosa Member for the upcoming Clark BEFORE the 25th,

To vote on the Clark, you will have 3 options:

1 ) You will be able to vote in the Clark thread (which will be created later on the 1st of May), or in a separate Senate or Cosa voting thread. I will enter your votes in the DB.

2 ) You will be able to vote directly in the database, using your usernumber and DB password (which you can retrieve at: www.talossa.ca/files/login.php using the PSC of the election) or by login via Facebook (which requires manual activation on my part).



Glüc da Dhi
Secretary of State

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