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The Recalls and Referendums Amendment Act

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1. This Act shall be cited as the Recalls and Referendums Amendment Act.

Recalls and Initiatives

2. The following text shall be appended to Article IV of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath:

Initiatives

4. Any Citizen which voted in the previous regular election as defined in Article I Section 3 shall have the right to petition to place a non-binding proposal on the ballot of the next regularly scheduled election.

5. A proposal shall be included in next regular election if the greater of 30% rounded down or 6 Citizens who voted in the previous regular election, including the petitioner, sign the petition within 48 hours of its creation. The Monarch shall verify that all signatories to a petition voted in the previous election.

6. A proposal which fails to gather the requisite number of signatures may not be petitioned again until after the next regular election.

Recalls

6. Any Citizen which voted in the previous regular election as defined in Article I Section 3 shall have the right to petition for the recall of any member of the Underhusen unless unless there are fewer than twenty-one days left until the next regular election.

7. A recall election shall be immediately triggered if the greater of 30% rounded down or 6 Citizens who voted in the previous regular election who remain Citizens, including the petitioner, sign the petition within 48 hours of its creation The Monarch shall verify that all signatories to a petition voted in the previous election.

8. The recall election shall compose of a 48-hour nomination period in which candidates may stand for election, followed by a 72-hour election period. The winner of the recall election shall assume the seat in question upon its conclusion.

9. No member of the Storting may run in a recall election unless the member is the incumbent challenged by the recall.

10. No member of the Underhusen shall be subject to more than one recall election per session