Elected and Accountable Council Act, 2020



  • On behalf of the Kingdom of Gallorum, I, Marion Rousselot, vote FOR the two amendments.



  • With 4 votes for and 1 vote against each amendment, BOTH amendments have PASSED. The Act has been updated accordingly.

    Final voting on the legislation has begun NOW and will last until 22:30 GMT January 19th 2020.

    Edward Firoux
    Council Speaker and Councillor for Inquitsa



  • On behalf of the Most Blessed State of Inquista, I vote FOR this Act.

    Edward Firoux
    Council Speaker and Councillor for Inquitsa


  • EU

    On behalf of The Malboryan Republic, I, Ectsi Ioneli, vote FOR this act.


  • EU

    On behalf of Spain, I vote FOR this act.

    Alfonso Rodríguez
    Councillor of Spain



  • On behalf of the Apostolic Kingdom of Angleter, whose government appointed me to act on its behalf, I, Hrayr Cruthin, vote AGAINST this Act.


  • EU

    On behalf of the Nine Dominions of Icholasen, I vote FOR this act.



  • With 4 votes for and 1 vote against, this Act has PASSED.

    This is an extraordinary step forward in the progress of democracy in the region. Thank you all.

    Edward Firoux
    Council Speaker and Councillor for Inquista



  • I have been instructed by the Apostolic Crown of Angleter to resign my seat on the European Council. I will not be replaced for the foreseeable future. Angleter, which stood alone against this legislation, will not comply with this legislation. Member states that seek to ECoJ us would do well to consider the extent to which Angleter's contributions underwrite the European Union budget.



  • The Apostolic Crown of Angleter's strong and clear rejection of this Act has been both noted and heard. It is very regrettable that Councillor Cruthin has resigned as a consequence, and that Angleter will not have a councillor in the foreseeable future. Councillor Cruthin has made many invaluable contributions within the Council since taking office, much like many of Angleter's distinguished Councillors that preceded him. Angleteric Councillors have long been an asset to the European Union by providing sound and fair judgement during all Council debates, as well as by being very active participants in all Council procedures. Angleter's lack of presence will definitely leave the Council weaker and worse-off. I therefore extend my hand to the government of the Apostolic Crown and would like to meet with them in the coming weeks, either in Europolis or in New Birmingham, to resolve this impasse as well as other impasses.

    Edward Firoux
    Council Speaker and Councillor for Inquista


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