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Tenth Constitutional Amendment 2016
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Central Committee
An act to reform the position of Premier, so that its term ends with the General Secretary’s term
Citation LA0CO11
Date passed November 30, 2016
Date signed December 2, 2016
Signed by Approved at Referendum
Date commenced December 2, 2016
Administered by The Premier
Introduced by Proposed by Geroge Milne and written by Lewis Flood
Summary
Ensured that the Premier and the General Secretary would have concurrent terms.
Status: Applied to Constitution at Time


Tenth Constitutional Amendment Act 2016

An act to reform the position of Premier, so that its term ends with the General Secretary’s term

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 of the Workers' Party, 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 “Premier Term Reformation Act 2016”.

ARTICLE II - Definitions

(2) “Principal Act” shall refer to the current bill here presented.

ARTICLE III - Provisions

(3) Article 3, Section 2 of the Constitution shall be amended to read:

(2) The General Secretary shall formally appoint a member of the Central Committee who has their full confidence to serve as Premier. The appointment shall be confirmed by the Central Committee though a vote, which shall need a 2/3 majority of votes to pass. The Premier's term shall end when either the Central Committee’s or General Secretary’s term ends.

(4) The original section read as follows:

(2) The General Secretary shall formally appoint a member of the Central Committee who has their full confidence to serve as Premier. The appointment shall be confirmed by the Central Committee though a vote, which shall need a 2/3 majority of votes to pass. The Premier's term end with the Central Committee's.

ARTICLE IV - Schedule

(5) The principal act shall come into force immediately upon passage of the Central Committee and upon passage of a public referendum.

(Written by Lewis Flood, on behalf of the Petrovsky Administration and proposed by George Milne)