Assembly Committee Act
An Act of Establishment for Assembly Committees
1. Scope of Assembly Committees
(1) Assembly Committees are represent an organized group of legislators, which convene to establish a recognized institution, for the sake of modernizing legislative jurisdiction.
a. Convening of an Assembly Committee may be introduced by any active legislator and/or an Officer inn the Coalition.
b. Assembly Committees receive the status of a recognized institution upon a recognition of the Chir of the Assembly.
c. An Assembly Committee Is effective upon receiving the recognition.
(2) Assembly Committees are convened for a specific purpose.
a. Goals and methods of the Assembly Committee must be described in their convention.
b. Depending on the nature of the purpose, an Assembly Committee may be convened or recognized as a permanent or temporary Committee.
(3) Assembly Committees may be convened by request of the Chair of the Assembly or any other Officer in the Coalition.
a. If the Assembly Committee is convened by request, the requesting Office is responsible for providing the specific purpose for the desired Assembly Committee to achieve, along with the goals and methods which this Committee is to use in achieving the specified purpose.
b. If the Assembly Committee is convened by request of the Chair of the Assembly, its recognition as an institution is reduntant, from which, such an Assembly Committee needn’t receive a recognition from the Chair of the Assembly to initiate its duty.
2. Structure of Assembly Committees
(1) The constituents of an Assembly Committee include;
a. Commissioner of the Assembly Committee
b. Bureaucrats of the Assembly Committee
(2) The structurre of an Assembly Committee convened by legislators is to be determined by the legislators which participate in its convention.
a. Assembly Committees convened by legislators may adjust their structure, including constituents of said Committee, by 2/3 majority of the convening legislators and a recognition from the Chair of the Assembly.
b. Changes to the structure of such an Committee are to be addressed as “Reorganization”.
c. Reorganizations of Assembly Committees mustn’t include an adulteration of the purpose by which said Assembly Committee is guided, not the goals and methods of achieving this purpose.
(3) The structure of an Assembly Committee convened by the Chair of the Assembly or any other Officer of the Coalition is to be determined by the Chair or Officers which requested for the convnning of this Committee.
a. Assembly Committees convened on the request of the Chair or any other Officer, may adjust their structure, including constituents of said Committee, by either consent of 2/3 maority legislators operating within such a Committee or by its dissolution.
(4) Duties of the Commissioner and the Bureaucrats of the Assembly Committee.
a. The Commissioner is chosen by simple majority of legislators involved in convening the Committee; alternatively The Commissioner is chosen by simple majority of the Office involved in requesting of convening the Committee.
b. The Commissioner is tasked with briefing members of the Assembly, the Chair of the Assembly, relevant Offices as well as citizens on the workings and accomplishments of the Committee on a monthly basis.
c. The Bureaucrats of the Assembly Committee are chosen by: The Commissioner, simple majority of other legislators in the Bureaucracy of the Committee, the Char of the Assembly or the Office of the Coalition which requested for the convening of this Committee.
d. The Bureaucracy of the Assembly Committee is obligated to work towards completing the purpose for which the Committee was convened, using provided goals and methods, as well as vital communications with Offices of the Coalition which are related to the purpose by which the Commtttee was convened.
3. Oversight over the duties of recognized Assembly Committees and their dissolution
(1) Membership in an Assembly Committee does not yield a legal role.
a. All members of an Assembly Committee continue to hold their role and position outside of the Assembly Committee; which is to say that all members of an Assembly Committee are expected to hold the role and position of a legislator.
(2) Duty of the Assembly Committee.
a. The Assembly Committtee, once recognized, is obliged to publicly proclaim its initiation to all of TSP.
b. The Assembly Committee answers to; citizens of the Coalition, legislators which are not members of the Committee in question, the High Court, and the Office of the Chair of the Assembly.
c. Office of the Chair of the Assembly is to act as a connecting medium between other Offices of the Coalition and the Committee in question.
d. Extraordinarily, the Committee in question answers to the High Court, which excercises freedom to determine justiciability of a case relating to the Committee and the specific case relating to it, by precedent.
(3) The Assembly Committee is dissolved in the following events.
a. The purpose for which the Committee in question was convened has been fulfilled.
b. The purpose for which the Committee in question was convened has continuously failed to be fulfilled.
c. In the instances that the Committee in question was convened by request of an Office of the Coalition, the Office in question may dissolve the Committee by its own discretion if this dissolution is recognized by the Chair of the Assembly.
d. The Committee in question has been found guilty before the High Court.
e. The Office of the Chair of the Assembly may dissolve the Committee on its own discretion.
4. List of recommended Assembly Committees to be formed
HS presented this idea in the GC around August. I presented the idea of working together on drafting this, though I’ve yet to get a reply from them. Naturally, as the forums are my only channel of communication with both the Assembly and other Offices, I chose to attempt doing it myself.
Everyone seems to accept that, not only was a law regarding Committees drafted but that it was already in effect. This is the reason why I left the recommended List unfinished.
The idea behind this draft was to offer the basic framework for Committees to exist, which is why it might seem very minimalist. Reading others mention the Committees, it seems that such a law is favorable.