A2303.01 [2309.AB] Change in the Election of Ministers

A2303.01 | Change in the Election of Ministers

Legislators of the South Pacific,

There has been a seconded motion to change the method of electing Ministers. The debate thread can be found here.

This is a amendment to constitutional legislation, according to the Legislative Procedure Act requiring a majority greater than 60% to pass. The voting period will be 5 days, thus concluding on Mon Mar 13 2023 20:30:00 UTC (20:30 in London, 16:30 in New York, 07:30 on Mar 14 in Sydney).


Please vote by poll if possible. If you cannot vote by poll, post ‘Aye’, ‘Nay’ or ‘Abstain’ in this thread. Please do not vote both by poll and by post. Comments and discussions belong in the debate thread and should be posted there.

The text of the bill is as follows:

Should this amendment be adopted?
  • Aye
  • Nay
  • Abstain
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A2303.01 | Change in the Election of Ministers

Legislators, please be aware that a clerical error was corrected from the original text that was put to vote.

Correction in blue. This text was altered from the original proposal as well, with Minister-elect Prime Minister-elect being simplified.

A2303.01 | Change in the Election of Ministers Passed

Final Result


This amendment required a 60% supermajority of votes in favour, excluding abstentions, to pass. The results are tabled as follows:

Type Tally Percentage of Vote Final Percentage
Ayes 26 51.0% 65.0%
Nays 14 27.5% 35.0%
Abstentions 11 21.6%
Total 51 67.1% of Legislators
Absent 26 32.9% of Legislators

In light of these results, the proposal passes, having reached the required supermajority.

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Vote has passed, this thread no longer needs to be open.