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Triumvirate Content Poll #4 (Impeachment of Governors)

Discussion in 'Civ4 - Demo Game: Polls' started by Alphawolf, Dec 9, 2005.


How should impeachment work for Governors?

Poll closed Dec 13, 2005.
  1. The Triumvirate can fire them in some way

    0 vote(s)
  2. A Floor vote of the Citizens Assembly

  3. The Judiciary can remove them

  4. Combination (Please Post)

  5. Other (Please Post)

  6. No Impeachment

  1. Alphawolf

    Alphawolf Basileus, Founding Father

    Oct 6, 2005
    Nashville, Tennessee
    How should impeachment work for the Governors?

    The Triumvirate can fire them in some way,
    A Floor vote of the Citizens Assembly
    The Judiciary can remove them
    Combination (Please Post)
    No Impeachment

    -the Wolf
  2. DaveShack

    DaveShack Inventor

    Feb 2, 2003
    Arizona, USA (it's a dry heat)
    Same comment as the other impeachment vote, floor vote if all citizens are allowed to vote.
  3. Mike Lemmer

    Mike Lemmer New Member

    Nov 9, 2005
    Since being a governor means balancing your citizens' needs with the nation's needs, I say governors should be able to be impeached from both sides:

    -The governor's subjects can impeach him with a citizen poll, if he favors the nation over them too much.
    -The Judiciary can remove him if he favors his citizens over the nation too much. (I don't recommend a nationwide citizen poll for this; if there's something every state wants (a Wonder, for example) and one governor successfully gets it built in his state, it would be too tempting for the other citizens to impeach him for receiving it instead of them.)

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