Amendment to the Constitution: European Assembly Act (2017)



  • I urge the Speaker to schedule the reopening of this debate as soon as possible.

    Dame Viviana Ricchetti,

    Premier Commissioner



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    I believe that the discussion that previously was held on the subject of this constitutional amendment was inadequate, therefore I open the floor to the further debate of this legislative proposal for 48 hours. '

    The debate period will end on 16 September at 03:30 UTC. 

    If there are proposed amendments, voting on amendments will end on 18 September at 03:30 UTC.

    Voting will commence from that moment until 21 September at 03:30 UTC



  • "Although I can see this proposal is sincere and aims to bring our nations closer together, the Imperial government of Inimicus fails to see what this European Assembly would add to the structures already in place within our Union. We have a Council, which deliberates on central, regional issues, and we have a Commission, which enacts and enforces decisions made on these issues. I would kindly ask for an explanation as to what specifically would be different in terms of authority and powers between the Assembly and the Council, as, if there are too few, an Assembly would merely mean more layers of European administration and bureaucracy."

    Cllr Alexander Strathclyde



  • Cllr Strathclyde, the Assembly has been conceived to establish the basis of a European-wide gathering of Heads of State/ Government.

    Up until now, our leaders have never had the chance to meet and discuss about the Union's state, which, I think, would have helped avoid situations like the Kaasian/Pravoslaviyan crisis, or the recent instablity in Turkmenbaijan, which caused Derecta, the United Kingdom and Gallambria to withdraw their citizens from the country.

    The Assembly's sole "power" would be to propose the guidelines of European politics. The ensemble of HoS/G would express their desires and concerns about the Union, and the Council and Commission would choose whether to react or not to these issues.

    The Assmebly would not entail complex bureaucratic procedures, it would simply be an advisory body, under Council's prerogatives.

    Dame Viviana Ricchetti,

    Premier Commissioner



  • Mrs. Premier Commissioner,

    I want to underline that even we do have a new government in Turkmenbaijan the vision on this amendment hasn't changed. I genuinely believe in this way of working as well my government. Thank you.

    Mr. Saparmyrat Ogenyazow,
    Councillor for the State Turkmenbaijan



  • As no amendments have been proposed, I do believe voting on this Constitutional amendment is now open.

    In the name of His Imperial Majesty Emperor Artabanos of Inimicus, I, Alexander Strathclyde, vote AGAINST this proposal.



  • On behalf of the Federal Republic of Derecta, I vote FOR this proposal.

    HE Julian Maverick,

    Councillor for the Federal Republic of Derecta



  • on behalf of the State Turkmenbaijan, I vote FOR this amendment.

    Mr. Saparmyrat Ogenyazow


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    With two votes FOR and one vote AGAINSTthis amendment has passed.



  • May the European Council amend the Constitution as soon as possible, in order to assign the next presidencies of the European Assembly.

    Dame Viviana Ricchetti,

    Premier Commissioner


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