Text | VoteThe Omnibus Constitutional Correction Act
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1. This bill shall be cited as the Omnibus Constitutional Correction Act.

Amendments to the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath
2. Article I, Section 2 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

2. The Underhusen shall be comprised of no less than four and no more than seven Skrifa elected by the Citizens of Wintreath. The exact number of Skrifa shall be determined by the Underhusen prior to Underhusen elections opening. Should the number of candidates not exceed the determined number of Skrifa, all candidates shall be considered elected by default.

3. Article I, Section 4 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

4. Upon the conclusion of the election, the Underhusen shall, under supervison of the Monarch, select a member of its own to preside over the Underhusen. Further procedure shall be declared in the Procedural Rules of the Underhusen.

4. Article I, Section 5 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

5. The Overhusen shall be comprised of no less than three and no more than five Peers appointed by the Monarch of Wintreath, who shall also determine the exact number of Peers during each session.

5. Article I, Section 6 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

6. The Monarch shall announce his or her appointments and reappointments to the Overhusen at the conclusion of elections for the Underhusen. The Monarch shall at the same time also appoint a Chairperson of the Overhusen, who shall execute the procedural rules established by the Overhusen. In the event of a vacancy, the Monarch shall have the authority to appoint a new Peer to fill the vacancy.

6. Article II, Section 4 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

4. The Monarch shall serve as Commander-in-Chief of all the military forces based in Wintreath.

7. Article III, Section 2 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

2. All trials and cases shall proceed according to the procedures established by the Storting.

8. Article IV, Section 3 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

3. In elections of government officials or referendums, Citizens shall have the option to post their votes publicly or send their votes to the person overseeing the election via private message.

9. Article IV, Section 4 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

4. Any Citizen who 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.

10. Article IV, Section 5 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

5. A proposal shall be included in the next regular election if the greater of thirty percent rounded down or six Citizens who voted in the previous election, including the petitioner, sign the petition within forty-eight hours of its creation. The Monarch shall then verify that all signatories to the petition voted in the previous election.

11. Article IV, Section 6 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

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

12. Article IV, Section 6 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

7. Any Citizen who 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 there are fewer than twenty-one days left until the next regular election.

13. Article IV, Section 7 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

8. A recall election shall be triggered immediately if the greater of thirty percent rounded down or six Citizens who voted in the previous regular election and retained citizenship, including the petitioner, sign the petition within forty-eight hours of its creation. The Monarch shall then verify that all signatories to the petition voted in the previous election.

14. Article IV, Section 8 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

9. The recall election shall compose of a forty-eight hours nomination period in which candidates may stand for election, followed by a seventy-two hours election period. The winner of the recall election shall assume the seat in question upon its conclusion.

15. Article IV, Section 9 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

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

16. Article IV, Section 10 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

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

17. Article V, Section 3 of the Fundamental Laws of Wintreath shall be amended as follows:

3. Citizens shall have the right to a fair trial.