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#1
As this prospective did not respond to the request for her to take the Oath of Citizenship within the allowable time, this petition will no longer be considered and the prospective immigrant will not be granted citizenship. Should she wish to become a citizen, she will need to undergo the full immigration process.




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#2
It is my pleasure to open call for bills of the May 2024 Clark.

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

www.talossa.ca/files/cosa_vote_result.php?cosa=59&clark=6 (for the votes)

and here:

www.talossa.ca/files/clark.php?cosa=59&clark=6 (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 15th, 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 15th,

To vote on the Clark, you will once again have 2 options:

1 ) You will be able to vote in the Clark thread (which will be created later on the 1st of May), as usual. 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 retrieve manual activation on my part).




Secretár d'Estat/Secretary of State
#3
Quote from: Miestră Schivă, UrN on April 11, 2024, 07:35:45 PMHappy to consider other suggestions for the Regency btw, but this is the existing procedure (with a tweak or two) as stipulated in OrgLaw II.5. We could even have a "sunset clause" to make sure we do actually choose a King in a decent time frame.

I have no issue with either this or the Active Monarchy Assurance Amendment going through, but if they both got Clarked and both passed, we'd be in trouble :D I just have a feeling that this has a better chance.
this is an excellent addition on the sunset clause BTW..
#4
Wittenberg / Re: Poker 2024
Last post by Tric'hard Lenxheir - Yesterday at 10:50:50 PM
Okay keep me posted and if I can make it I will play...I should be easy to take out LOL
#5
Benito / Re: [Senate of Benito] The Thi...
Last post by Mic’haglh Autófil, SMC EiP - Yesterday at 07:42:21 PM
With four Senators casting a vote, this bill passes the Senate by a vote of 3-1.

As the bill has passed both houses of the Chancellery, it now goes to the King or Vicere for approval or veto. If neither takes any action on the bill by Calondă Mai, it will become law and the Maestro shall begin preparations for the referendum.
#6
Quote from: Baron Alexandreu Davinescu on Yesterday at 05:49:26 PM
Quote from: Miestră Schivă, UrN on Yesterday at 04:23:46 PM
Quote from: Baron Alexandreu Davinescu on Yesterday at 10:48:00 AMMaybe the solution is just to do a separate bill?  That would be easiest, and I think trust would extend that far at this point.  If they were viewed as a joint package, I'd support that (not that I have a vote, but I am pretty noisy).

Can we do a separate bill as a joint package, i.e. the two go up or go down together? I would be worried that one would get vetoed but the other passed.

I really really really doubt you need to worry about a veto. And yes the provisions can be easily written so that they are contingent on each other. That is a good solution. That wouldn't go in the text, but in the therefore clauses. I can do it tonight if you'd like.

Yeah good, I liked the wording in my Abdication Bill. If there really is no chance of a veto, this is the dignified way out.
#7
Quote from: Miestră Schivă, UrN on Yesterday at 04:23:46 PM
Quote from: Baron Alexandreu Davinescu on Yesterday at 10:48:00 AMMaybe the solution is just to do a separate bill?  That would be easiest, and I think trust would extend that far at this point.  If they were viewed as a joint package, I'd support that (not that I have a vote, but I am pretty noisy).

Can we do a separate bill as a joint package, i.e. the two go up or go down together? I would be worried that one would get vetoed but the other passed.

I really really really doubt you need to worry about a veto. And yes the provisions can be easily written so that they are contingent on each other. That is a good solution. That wouldn't go in the text, but in the therefore clauses. I can do it tonight if you'd like.
#8
Fiôvâ / Re: [Cantzelerïă/Chancery] Con...
Last post by Miestră Schivă, UrN - Yesterday at 04:39:59 PM
Quote from: Sir Txec dal Nordselvă, UrB on Yesterday at 04:35:04 PMAzul leaders of Fiova,

The Chancery is preparing the 60th Cosa election and needs to confirm details regarding your upcoming Senate election. The Chancery has details that the election for senator is run by the Chancery, is this correct or should the province conduct the election?

Regards
Sir Txec dal Nordselvâ
Secretary of State

Please run our Senäts election for us Mr SoS kthx.

miestra la capitan
#9
Azul leaders of Maritiimi-Maxhestic,

The Chancery is preparing the 59th Cosa election and needs to confirm details regarding your upcoming Senate election. The Chancery has details that the election for senator is NOT run by the Chancery, is this correct or should the province conduct the election?

Regards
Sir Txec dal Nordselvâ
Secretary of State
#10
Benito / [Cantzelerïă/Chancery] Confirm...
Last post by Sir Txec dal Nordselvă, UrB - Yesterday at 04:36:01 PM
Azul leaders of Benito,

The Chancery is preparing the 60th Cosa election and needs to confirm details regarding your upcoming Senate election. The Chancery has details that the election for senator is run by the Chancery, is this correct or should the province conduct the election?

Regards
Sir Txec dal Nordselvâ
Secretary of State