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Started by Üc R. Tärfă, March 23, 2023, 05:16:39 AM
Talossan since: 2005-03-08
Quote6.5. A Legislative Advisory Committee of Talossa (in Talossan, el Comità da Redacziun Legislatïu; and hereinafter, "the CRL") shall review or revise all legislative items from the Hopper once they have moved to committee; and may recommend acceptance or rejection, or suggest amendments in their best judgment. 6.5.1 The CRL shall conduct all its deliberations openly in the Hopper. 6.5.2 The CRL shall consist of the incumbent Mençéi, Túischac'h, and Avocat-Xheneral. 6.5.3. The CRL may create further committees to which their functions may be delegated, as concerns any bill or category of bills. Such a committee must have at least 3 members, including at least 1 MC and at least 1 Senator.
Quote6.5. For each Cosă term is created a Comità da Redacziun Legislatïu (in english Legislative Advisory Committee), hereinafter "the CRL", which shall review or revise all legislative items from the Hopper once they have moved to committee; and may recommend acceptance or rejection, or suggest amendments in their best judgment. 6.5.1 The main, but not exclusive, purpose of the CRL, with the assistance of the Scribery, shall be to evaluate bills from the technical point of view of the quality of the legislation, the correctness of the language, the internal consistency of the document and consistency with existing legislation. 6.5.2. The CRL shall conduct all its deliberations openly in the Hopper. 6.5.3. Ex officio members of the CRL are the incumbent Avocat-Xheneral, Mençéi and Túischac'h. 18.104.22.168. The Mençéi and the Túischac'h may at any time appoint and dismiss one Senator and one Membreu dal Cosă, respectively, to serve as a member of the CRL in their place. 6.5.4. The CRL may create further committees to which their functions may be delegated, as concerns any bill or category of bills. Such a committee must have at least 3 members, including at least 1 Membreu dal Cosă and 1 Senator.
Talossan since: 6-9-2006
Quote from: Baron Alexandreu Davinescu on March 23, 2023, 06:22:02 AMCould you expand on the purpose of this bill? It seems fairly harmless, as far as I can tell, but I'm curious about why you think it's necessary.
QuoteIf it's not too much trouble, I think we're trying to make it a matter of common good practice, also, to include the existing language so that MZ's can easily see what is being changed.
Talossan since: 27 September 2007
Quote from: Üc R. Tärfâ on March 23, 2023, 06:49:43 AMIt adds flexibility, potential, which is always a good thing and better indicates and defines the role of the CRL in the legislative process. It is merely an ameliorative change, nothing radical.
Quote from: Üc R. Tärfâ on March 23, 2023, 09:42:11 AMI didn't spoke neither with the Mençéi nor the Túischac'h.It's just me strongly beleiving that to have flexibility in the law, whether used or not, is always a good thing. It could be useful, and there could be situations where it would be useful and it's good to already have it rather than saying "there isn't we should add it. What if, let's say for example, 2 of them are in holiday in the same time and cannot use Witt, or just one of them and the A-X is also unavailable for a time? With this provision it would be possible not to halt the legislative process (or delay it for a Clark) simply because one of them is unavailable for whatever reasons (just like the Regency I'd say).The fact that there's a clause allowing that flexibility, doesn't mean that it should be used. It's there, it can be used if necessary or not.That's the part on the flexibility.On the other part, I think it's self-explanatory. To better highlight one of the focus of the CRL work.