Legislation passed by the Council or previous Parliament.
With 3 votes in favour and 2 votes against, the Refugee Protection Act has passed. Sir Edward Mountain, 4th Baronet of Oare Manor and BrendonSpeaker of the European CouncilCouncillor for the United Kingdom of Great Britain
The application to establish the European Liberals has been accepted. The European Liberals must hold a vote among its member councillors regarding its system of internal decision making within one month from today.Congratulations on being the second new-style Political Group in the Council!Speaker John Walters
The Councillor stood up: 'thank you Premier Commissioner for giving me the floor. I am incredibly proud of the work we have done on this constitution now enshrined in European law, protecting our right as humans and defining our roles here in Council and Commission.It has been a great privilege to chair the UDoHR committee and been a privilege to work with you all.
I feel my time in council and serving my country in this role has come to an end and formally submit to council my resignation as Councillor for Os Corelia. It seems fitting to end on a high point and wanted to thank you all personally for helping me work on a variety of council actions of my years in the chamber and have found friends in many of you'
I second the proposal and begin the debate period. Debate and proposal period starts from now and goes until 17 July 2018 at 20:30 BSTVoting on amendments to the proposal will begin from then and end on 18 July 2018 at 20:30 BSTVoting on the final proposal will begin from then and end 19 July 2018 at 20:30 BST
Dear Deputy Speaker and Councillors,
We share the Deputy Speaker’s need of clarification. And we are gravely concerned about the Kyrzbeks situation and how this could impact a future crisis, we want to prevent. We applaud the efforts of Turkmenbaijan to normalize the situation but right now they need more than normality, they need peace. In any moment riots and violent demonstrations from any side can come up, why? because they still feel that they don't have a voice. And Turkmenbaijan officials knows this and they have anticipated, they asked for help. The have anticipated and this is good.
As far as I understand the European Relief Force is not a peace-keeping force, so that's one of the reasons we accept the petition from Turkmenbaijan on the development of a peacekeeping mission in the area. But this is the forum where we can discuss this, and we open the talks. We express our sincere appreciation to the Prime Minister of Australia and Turkmenbaijan, for their efforts but they to need to find common ground and build momentum toward implementation of the peace agreement between the Kyrzbeks and Turkmenbaijanis. We consider that all the parties have wasted far too much time when little progress was made, they need to sit.
And this Council should use all available means to bring a sense of urgency to the process and encourage quick progress in uniting the Kyrzbeks and Turkmenbaijanis around a common project. And if we do not see progress, we should seriously consider how long we can sustain this discussion without serious and active partnership of the parties.
Thank you mr Speaker.
Lady Emma Granger, 2th Baroness of Montague
His Majesty's Councillor of the Kingdom of Montenbourg
Voting has now concluded. With 3 votes FOR and 1 vote AGAINST, this motion has passed.
Happy Pride Month everybody! I will organise a pride parade in Europolis for the end of the month. Councillor Annayewa can be our pride matron. See you all there!
Councillor of Inquista; Deputy Council Speaker
Councillor Lady Granger's vote is past the deadline of votes.
With one vote AGAINST and no votes FOR, the proposed Act is defeated.
Sir Edward Mountain, 4th Baronet of Oare Manor and Brendon
Councillor for the United Kingdom of Great Britain
Speaker of the European Council
I am bound to the procedure of this Council, and as such, this is not proposed legislation. The honourable Councillor would do well to come back with drafted legislation rather than snippets of Council records. Then, once the motion is seconded, it will be debated and put to the proper timetable and scrutiny and then to a vote. Until then, this is not a vote nor a proposed piece of legislation. As to Montenbourg's recent declaration as a neutral country, I ask the Lady to have put a separate motion calling for the recognition of Montenbourg as a neutral nation which will also be put through the constitutionally outlined procedures. Until such, neither is true. The vote cast by the Lady Granger, Councillor from the Kingdom of Montenbourg is not valid and is not recognised by the chair.As I have said as well, the matter for signing is with the Premier Commissioner, and you should petition her for that. Procedure dictates legislation is signed in Europolis in the Office of the Premier Commissioner. I will not be addressing this a second time, and must ask that the Councillor follow correct proceedings.