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ECoJ

Members of the European Court of Justice

  • RE: HM Government

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    22 May 2024

    The Government will join California, The UnionDuxburian Dominions and Spain in the Mojave renewable energy project.

    posted in Government Offices
  • RE: Commission Elections, May 2024

    The United Kingdom's national vote has yielded the following, and will be affirmed by Parliament:

    Corinna Larsen
    James Mizrachi-Roscoe
    Vincent Drake

    posted in European Commission
  • RE: Commission Elections, May 2024

    The Kingdom of Spain votes as follows:

    For the Office of Premier Commissioner

    1. Corinna LARSEN (Spain)

    For the Office of Internal Affairs Commissioner

    1. Sofie ČIKAROVÁ (Czech Slavia) [Write-in]

    For the Office of Foreign Affairs Commissioner

    1. Vincent DRAKE am Weisshaupt (Duxburian Union)
    posted in European Commission
  • RE: ECoJ Elections, May 2024

    The Kingdom of Spain votes as follows:

    1. Mae LYNWOOD (Elthize)
    2. Marine MARCHAND (Istkalen)
    3. Christopher VAJDA (Reitzmag)
    4. Christopher COLUMBO (Leagio)
    5. Rob BONTA (California)
    posted in European Court of Justice
  • ECoJ Elections, May 2024

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    EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE ELECTIONS

    VOTING

    It's time to elect the next European Court of Justice. Each player has one vote; please rank as many or as few candidates as you wish for the office of Chief Justice. The candidate with the most votes will be named the Chief Justice.

    The candidates are as follows:

    • Christopher COLUMBO (Leagio)
    • Mae LYNWOOD (Elthize)
    • Christopher VAJDA (Reitzmag)
    • Marine MARCHAND (Istkalen)
    • Rob BONTA (California)

    Voting starts NOW and ends at 23:59 GMT on May 25th, 2024.

    posted in European Court of Justice
  • Commission Elections, May 2024

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    EUROPEAN COMMISSION ELECTIONS
    VOTING

    It is time to vote for the next European Commission. Each office will be elected separately, and each player has one vote for each office. Please rank as many or as few candidates as you wish for each office.

    (In accordance with Article III, Section III, §IV-V of the EU Constitution, for each Office, voters vote by ranking in order of preference as many candidates as they wish. Each Commissioner shall be elected under the Alternative Vote system. Ties shall be broken by determining the proportion of each candidate’s votes that are first preferences, with the candidate with the highest proportion winning the tie. If that is tied, the process shall be repeated for the next-highest preference. If the candidates are tied for all preferences, then the tie shall be broken by a coin toss.)


    The candidates are as follows:

    For the Office of Premier Commissioner

    • Corinna LARSEN (Spain)

    For the Office of Internal Affairs Commissioner

    • James MIZRACHI-ROSCOE (United Duchies)

    For the Office of Foreign Affairs Commissioner

    • Vincent DRAKE am Weisshaupt (Duxburian Union)

    Voting starts NOW and ends at 23:59 GMT on May 25th, 2024.

    posted in European Commission
  • RE: Member State Applications

    @Bajor-Lorraine Membership has been granted. Welcome to the European Union!

    posted in Welcome Centre
  • RE: California News Media

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    Federal Government Struggles With Housing

    SACRAMENTO---The Albanese Government is struggling to deal with its approach to the housing crisis. They have found that local governments are fighting with state and federal government rezoning. The position has also reached the Christian Democrats. Peña Nieto has framed the many disputes as an idealogical dispute against big government. The extent of the homeless problem is 43 people per 10,000. That makes the number to the crisis 361,200. The CLP proposed more high-density residential zones.

    posted in European News Consortium
  • RE: Government of California

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    7 May/Mayo 2024

    The Governments of The Duxburian Union and Spain have agreed to join the desert, solar energy project.

    posted in Government Offices
  • RE: British News Media

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    YouGov Scottish Parliament Poll

    SNP: 28%
    LAB: 27%
    CON: 17%
    GRN:9%
    LIB: 8%

    AlBA: 4%

    posted in European News Consortium