According to our Constitution and Code of Laws I, as a citizen in the Citizen’s Assembly, have the right to propose an amendment to our Code of Laws. According to the above I must first post my idea for the amendment. Basis: My idea is based on an appointed officer who is tasked with taking over a formerly held official position mid-term and our regulations on the limit of terms. According to our laws elected officers can hold any one office for no more than two consecutive turns, but how does this affect an appointed official who accepts the position of office mid-term? Is this partial term considered one of the allowed terms allotted in the two term limit? Or is it not counted in that limit? Foundation: For those Americans reading this you may recall how are own US Government deals with the above. My own idea is based on this very concept. My Modified Idea: In my opinion I believe the amount of time of the partial term is what determines whether that partial term is considered as a term under the limits of term limits. I suggest the defined amount of 15 days shall be what considers whether a partial term is considered a term. If an official takes office with 15 days or less of the term since its inception than the newly appointed official shall count that term as an official term. In this way the officer may only run for one more turn if he/she wishes it and it is accepted by vote from the Citizens Assembly. If an official takes office with more than 15 days of the term since its inception than the newly appointed office shall not count that term as an official term. In this way the officer may run for two more terms if he/she wishes it and it is accepted by vote from the Citizens Assembly. In Summary: If the first day of a new term is considered as one for the purposes of the above, than this is how my idea would look: Elected Officer takes command of Office: Day 1 thru Day 15: Officially considered as a term and under the restrictions of consecutive term limits. Day 16 thru the end of Term: Officially not considered as a term and not held to the restrictions of term limits.