Censure Motion


  • EU

    I withdraw my amendment.

    Iras Tilkanas
    Councillor for the Republic of Istkalen


  • ECoJ

    Even in dark times, we not only dream, we do. We not only see what has been, we see what can be. I beg your forgiveness, too, for the sins of omission on the part of our party leaders who did not respond adequately, as well as by the victim herself; a woman like me, our Premier.

    Tusk Deputy’s spokemanship has strong legacy of accomplishment that needs to be appraised and honored. This is also speaking with integrity and truth. I support this censure motion for seven days, and my personal talks with the Councillor have been always ensured since the incident.

    We shall overcome, going forward together.

    Emma Granger,
    Councillor for Montenbourg


  • EU

    I do believe the Right Honourable Tusk and his statement there was miscommunication. We all know phrases meaning one thing in another country can mean something else entirely or come across totally differently in another. I do not believe there was any ill intent meant. Therefore I will be voting against this censure though this may be a lesson in the art of international communication and considering what a phrase can mean internationally when using a local phrase or idiom in the European Council but I do not think we should be punished for honest innocent mistakes.On a personal not you have no doubt heard the tragic news of my son being the victim of an evil anti-autistic hate crime in the Duchies and fighting for his life in hospital therefore my deputy Skye Hook will be attending the sessions for voting purposes until such a time I can return after my son hopefully by gods will recovers from his horrific attack. But in the meanwhile I must now serve my family at home and be with my child in the hospital and making sure all my family is okay at home , I hope you all understand but it would be wrong of me to continue in my role as if nothing is wrong at home in my family. Thank you

    James Mizrachi-Roscoe, Councillour for United Duchies


  • EU

    The debate period has ended. Voting on the proposed amendment will now commence.


    Amendment I: (Cllr Benfield, Inimicus)

    ...and suspends them from office and public service for a period of 7 days from the passage of this measure. requires them to take a two-week seminar program, organized by the European Commission, regarding gender inequality and gender inclusivity. Cllr. Tusk will then be required to make a public, official, and full apology, without any excuses or explanations rationalizing his behavior, which acknowledges and explicitly explains how his words were demeaning and wrong, in a way that does not shift the blame for the wording and its interpretation on others, and which fully acknowledges personal culpability. He shall then personally deliver a handwritten copy of the apology to presently Premier Cikarova, who shall then have the choice to accept it or reject it as insincere. If the apology is found insincere, Cllr. Tusk will be required to retake the seminar program, and submit another apology, and do so as many times as necessary until the apology is found sincere.


    Voting begins NOW and ends 17 October 2021 at 12h00 GMT.


    On behalf of the Republic of Fremet, I vote FOR the proposed amendment.

    Charles Michel
    Council Speaker and Councilor for Fremet


  • EU

    I vote FOR the proposed amendment.

    Bp. Karinn Lallana
    Councillor for Inquista


  • ECoJ

    I vote FOR the proposed amendment.

    Donald Tusk
    Deputy Speaker and Councillor for Spain


  • ECoJ

    The Empire of Inimicus votes For the amendment.


  • EU

    Voting on the amendment has ENDED.
    With 4 votes FOR, No votes AGAINST, and No Abstentions, the Amendment has PASSED.

    The Motion, as amended, is shown below:


    CENSURE MOTION: DONALD TUSK (2021)

    Given that the conduct of Donald Tusk, Deputy Speaker and Councilor for Spain, has been found to be in violation of the Code of Conduct of the European Council (2019),

    the Council of the European Union hereby CENSURES Deputy Speaker Tusk

    and requires them to take a two-week seminar program, organized by the European Commission, regarding gender inequality and gender inclusivity.

    Cllr. Tusk will then be required to make a public, official, and full apology, without any excuses or explanations rationalizing his behavior, which acknowledges and explicitly explains how his words were demeaning and wrong, in a way that does not shift the blame for the wording and its interpretation on others, and which fully acknowledges personal culpability.

    He shall then personally deliver a handwritten copy of the apology to presently Premier Cikarova, who shall then have the choice to accept it or reject it as insincere.

    If the apology is found insincere, Cllr. Tusk will be required to retake the seminar program, and submit another apology, and do so as many times as necessary until the apology is found sincere.


    Voting on this Motion begins NOW and ends 0h01 GMT on 22 October 2021.


    On behalf of the Republic of Fremet, I vote FOR this Motion.

    Charles Michel
    Council Speaker and Councilor for Fremet


  • Commission

    On behalf of the Kingdom of Reitzmag, I vote FOR this motion.

    Yuridiana Yahontov
    Councilor, Kingdom of Reitzmag


  • EU

    On behalf of the Archrepublic of Vayinaod, I vote FOR this motion.

    Carita Falk


  • EU

    On behalf of United Duchies I vote against this motion
    James Mizrachi-Roscoe , Councillor for United Duchies


  • EU

    I vote FOR this motion.

    Bp. Karinn Lallana
    Councillor for Inquista


  • ECoJ

    The Empire of Inimicus votes FOR this Motion.

    Cllr Nicholas Benfield
    Empire of Inimicus


  • ECoJ

    On behalf of the Kingdom of Spain, I ABSTAIN to vote.

    Donald Tusk
    Deputy Speaker and Councillor for Spain


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