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I, as Deputy Chair of the Assembly, with explicit approval of
@Cryo Chair of the Assembly, present to you a proposed discretionary edit to fix numbering on the recently amended World Assembly Act.
The Discretionary Edit Law
Legislative Procedure Act
2. Powers and Responsibilities of the Chair
(4) The Chair may correct typographical errors, grammatical errors, naming or formatting inconsistencies at any time, as long as these corrections do not alter the original intent of the law, following a three day period in which the corrections are presented to the Assembly for comments. Any such corrections must be recorded with the legislative history of each law.
3. Approval voting
(1) The Delegate may give an approval vote on proposed World Assembly resolutions freely or based on the instruction of the Office of World Assembly Legislation.
(2) The South Pacific Special Forces are prohibited from engaging in approval raiding, except as prescribed in the Charter.
4. 3. Voting
(1) The Office of World Assembly Legislation shall determine the medium for voting on proposed World Assembly resolutions.
(2) Nations of the South Pacific that are World Assembly members or members of the South Pacific Special Forces may not be barred from eligibility in having their votes counted.
(3) If a nation resigns from the World Assembly or their membership in the South Pacific Special Forces before the voting period ends, their vote shall not count.
5. 3. Legal Impact of Security Council Declarations
(1) “Security Council” is an official organ of the World Assembly, to which the Delegate serves as the South Pacific’s representative.
(2) “Declaration” is an official resolution adopted by the Security Council that attempts to express the will of the Security Council on any issue under its jurisdiction.
(3) No declaration adopted by the Security Council will be recognized, abided by, or considered law within areas subject to the jurisdiction of the South Pacific, unless sent to the Assembly by the Prime Minister and ratified by a majority vote of the Assembly.
(4) No vote cast by the Delegate on a declaration of the Security Council will be considered implicit or explicit approval or disapproval of the declaration by the South Pacific itself.
At the absence of any discussion, comments or objections. I’m assuming that everyone is all good with this. As the three-day period for comments has expired. I will be implementing this discretionary edit.
Discretionary Edits implemented and adopted. This thread no longer needs to be open, any further enquiries should be done via the Office of Assembly Affairs.