A2402.01 [2404.AB] Military Code and Charter Changes

A2402.01 | Military Code and Charter Changes

Legislators of the South Pacific,

There has been a seconded motion to adopt the proposed amendments to both the Charter and the Military Code. The debate thread can be found here.


This is an amendment to two different pieces of legislation, including constitutional legislation. According to the Legislative Procedure Act, this vote shall require a majority greater than 60% to pass. The voting period will be 5 days, thus concluding on Thursday, February 15.



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 following proposed amendments are below:

Amendments to the Charter
Amendments to the Military Code

Should the above proposed amendments be adopted?
  • Aye
  • Nay
  • Abstain
0 voters

A2402.01 | Military Code and Charter Changes Failed

Final Result


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

Caucus Aye Nay Abstain Percentage of Vote
The Cakeists 2 3 1 20.7%
The Pieists 0 0 2 6.9%
The Ice Creamists 3 4 0 24.1%
Independent 3 8 3 48.3%
Type Tally Percentage of Vote Final Percentage
Ayes 8 27.6% 34.8%
Nays 15 51.7% 65.2%
Abstentions 6 20.7%
Total 29 74.4% of Legislators
Absent 10 25.6% of Legislators

In light of these results, the amendments fail, having not reached the required supermajority.