Bill: Accepted Separation of Powers Edit

Discussion in 'Government' started by FlamingNinja728, Jan 20, 2021.

How do you vote?

Poll closed Jan 29, 2021.
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  1. FlamingNinja728

    FlamingNinja728 Former Moderator Donator

    FlamingNinja728
    - Title: Seperation of Powers Act
    - Type: Edit - Reasoning: At the current state of the government, it is incredibly difficult to change the powers of any government official. This bill allows for members of one branch of the government to transfer powers from one position to another (ex. President giving Veto Power to PM).
    - Bill: Members of a government branch can move powers from one position to another, but not completely remove or add new powers. This process will be completed with by a vote within that branch of the government, and will to approved with a supermajority approval of members of said branch.
    - Additional Information: Credit to Cabinet and Parliament for this idea (Especially Bh)
     
    Last edited: Jan 22, 2021
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  3. Jeeeeef

    Jeeeeef Administrator Staff Member Administrator Speaker of the Parliament Member of Parliament City Advisor Economy Secretary

    Jeffp07
    Can this be changed to say 'position' instead of 'figure' that way it is more clear that the power moves to a position regardless of who is in that position