Party Promotion Privilege Act
|Party Promotion Privilege Act 201|
|An act to foster creation and development of political parties by supplying parties with the means to promote themselves.|
|Date passed||December 22, 2017|
|Date signed||December 22, 2017|
|Signed by||Martyn Kiryu|
|Date commenced||December 22, 2017|
|Administered by||Central Committee|
|Sets the rules Parties can use to promote themselves and ganer members.|
|Status: Substantially amended|
Party Promotion Privilege Act 2017
An act to foster creation and development of political parties by supplying parties with the means to promote themselves.
Now, therefore, BE IT ENACTED by the order of the glorious Constitution of this People's Republic, by and with the advice and consent of the democratically elected representatives of the Central Committee, in holding the public mandate, in this present committee assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows --
ARTICLE I - Short Title
(1) This act may be cited as the “PPP Act”.
ARTICLE II - Definitions
(2) “Principal Act” shall refer to the current bill here presented.
(3) “Advertisement” shall be defined as any explicitly or otherwise partisan media produced by a member of a party or any other media that features such.
ARTICLE III - Telegram Advertisement
(4) All political parties shall be given the permission to send free mass telegrams to the residents of The Communist Bloc, provided:
(a) All advertisement telegrams are sent from a single nation, expressly marked as a nation used for party promotion, with the party name included in full in either name or type of the nation.
(b) All advertisement telegrams feature the following paragraph, with markup included, and the words PARTY NAME replaced by the party's full name, at the very start:
This is an advertisement telegram from [PARTY NAME]. If you do not wish to receive updates from this party anymore, please click on the telegram timestamp (should be just above), then locate and click a link that says "Block Sender" to **permanently unsubscribe** from all telegrams from this party.
(5) The regional World Assembly Delegate shall be tasked with providing all parties with the technical tools enabling the privilege described above.
Article IV - Front Page Exposure
(6) All political parties shall be given the permission to publish articles on the main page of the forum with moderate frequency.
(7) All political parties shall be given the permission to have one dispatch pinned on the regional page, provided it is explicitly marked as party advertisement.
(8) The Administration Council shall be tasked with providing all parties with the technical tools enabling the privileges described above.
ARTICLE V - Abuse
(9) Abuse of any of the privileges, including but not limited to intentional violation of the privilege constraints the Principal Act delineates, shall result in irreversible revocation of all privileges outlined in this act.
(10) Issuing official messages or telegrams using the name of a party while not being an official representative of it shall be considered Impersonation, punishable as The Criminal Code specifies.
(11) This article does not exempt the perpetrators from any additional punishment.
ARTICLE VI - Schedule
(12) The principal act shall come into force immediately upon passage of the Central Committee with the signature of the General Secretary.
(Proposed and written by Micha)