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Constitution Discussion : Article E

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Demo Game V: Citizens' started by Rik Meleet, Jul 19, 2004.

  1. Rik Meleet

    Rik Meleet Top predator Retired Moderator

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    Constitution Discussion : Article E

    Here is a starting point for Article E -- discussion?

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    Article E.  The Legislative Branch will be formed of two houses. 
                The Senate will be formed of the Provincial Governors, 
                each of whom are responsible for the care, management 
                and use of the cities and lands of a province in 
                addition to legislative responsibilities.  The Congress
                will be formed of the entirety of the citizenry and is 
                responsible for the drafting of new Laws.
    
     
  2. Cyc

    Cyc Looking for the door...

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    This works for me, but we're going to have to scratch the part about legislative responsibilities 'cuase they have returned to a state of just doing Gov duties. Also, I think some citizens want to change the name of the Senate to one not so official sounding, like Council of Governors.
     
  3. Immortal

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    How about "The *name of our nation* council"?
     
  4. Epimethius

    Epimethius Wish I Hadn't Been Here

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    Finally, I have something to object to. :p

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    Article E. The Legislative Branch will be formed of [i]one[/i] house. 
                The [i]National Assembly[/i] will be formed of the entirety
                of the citizenry and is responsible for the drafting of new 
                Laws.
    The governors are more than welcome to have an informal topic called a Council of Governors in which they can coodinate their gubernatorial efforts, but such will be informal, powerless beyond that its members have otherwise, and certainly not in the constitution.
     

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