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Gothic Vandelia wrote:I am glad you finally see reason. Marriages just lead to poor sex anyways.

Actually the problem may be inbreeding is perhaps the conclusion to the many things wrong in Odinburgh.

Jesia will rise

Vote No on Amendment 1: AoR Amendment for Unicameralism in the Assembly

On July 10th, the Citizens of the AoR will make a huge choice when it comes to the way our parliament is elected. The major change coming would be to combine both parts of Parliament, one side called the House of Delegates and the other side called the Council of Regions into one legislative body called the Council of Representatives. It might sound good as all regions will be represented in one body and things will get done faster as legislation would only have to go through one body instead of two. But at the same time, this would have a negative effect on all of our regions as a whole. If the Amendment for Unicameralism passes, this would hinder the power of smaller regions and give more power to political parties.

The Assembly of Regions is made up of the House of Delegates and the Council or Regions. The House of Delegates is suppose to represent the feeling of the region and is run mostly by political parties. The Council of Regions are members elected or appointed by their respective regions. The Council is a place where every region is represented equally. Therefore no larger region can run over the other as easily. It is a system based on compensation. Different regions have different needs and the Council of Regions gives a place where their problems can be heard a lot better then in the House of Delegates. If this amendment passes, smaller region's power in the Assembly of Regions will be significantly reduced as each region would be reduced to one vote in this much larger body.

At the same time, this would give political parties more say over what the Assembly of Regions does in everyday activities. It would make our Supreme Court more partisan based on who is in power in this one body. Overall, this may push away smaller regions from joining the AoR and if bigger regions join, they could control the way this body looks in the end as if they all voted for one party, that would already give them 30% of the seats.

Overall, this would threaten regional sovereignty as we know it as smaller regions would not have a chance to speak up as their votes would be completely ignored by this one body of the legislature. Which means that there is no say for smaller regions anymore, possibly pushing them away for the AoR for good.

The Council of Regions is there to check the power of the Majority and to make sure legislation does not run over the rights of their home regions. Lets not ruin it. We need to make sure we continue to grow and there are better ways to put Independent members in the house, this is just not the way to do it.

This is why I am asking you to please Vote no on Amendment 1. Please pass this letter on to every region in the AoR and spread the message.
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Abstimmung Nr. Zu Änderungsantrag 1: AoR-Änderungsantrag für Einkammer in der Versammlung
Am 10. Juli werden die Bürger der AoR eine große Auswahl treffen, wenn es um die Art und Weise geht, wie unser Parlament gewählt wird. Die wichtigste Änderung wäre, beide Teile des Parlaments, eine Seite als Abgeordnetenhaus und die andere Seite als Regionsrat, zu einem gesetzgebenden Organ namens Repräsentantenrat zusammenzufassen. Es mag gut klingen, da alle Regionen in einem Gremium vertreten sind und die Dinge schneller erledigt werden, da die Gesetzgebung nur ein Gremium anstelle von zwei Gremien durchlaufen müsste. Gleichzeitig würde sich dies jedoch negativ auf alle unsere Regionen insgesamt auswirken. Wenn der Änderungsantrag zum Einkammerismus verabschiedet wird, würde dies die Macht kleinerer Regionen behindern und den politischen Parteien mehr Macht verleihen.

Die Versammlung der Regionen besteht aus dem Abgeordnetenhaus und dem Rat oder den Regionen. Das Abgeordnetenhaus soll das Gefühl der Region repräsentieren und wird hauptsächlich von politischen Parteien geführt. Der Rat der Regionen sind Mitglieder, die von ihren jeweiligen Regionen gewählt oder ernannt werden. Der Rat ist ein Ort, an dem jede Region gleichermaßen vertreten ist. Daher kann keine größere Region so leicht über die andere laufen. Es ist ein System, das auf Kompensation basiert. Verschiedene Regionen haben unterschiedliche Bedürfnisse und der Rat der Regionen gibt einen Ort, an dem ihre Probleme viel besser zu hören sind als im Abgeordnetenhaus. Wenn dieser Änderungsantrag angenommen wird, wird die Macht der kleineren Region in der Versammlung der Regionen erheblich reduziert, da jede Region in diesem viel größeren Gremium auf eine Stimme reduziert würde.

Gleichzeitig würde dies den politischen Parteien mehr Einfluss darauf geben, was die Versammlung der Regionen bei alltäglichen Aktivitäten tut. Dies würde unseren Obersten Gerichtshof parteiischer machen, je nachdem, wer in diesem einen Gremium an der Macht ist. Insgesamt könnte dies kleinere Regionen vom Beitritt zur AoR abhalten, und wenn größere Regionen beitreten, könnten sie die Art und Weise kontrollieren, wie dieses Gremium am Ende aussieht, als ob sie alle für eine Partei gestimmt hätten, was ihnen bereits 30% der Sitze geben würde.

Insgesamt würde dies die regionale Souveränität bedrohen, wie wir sie kennen, da kleinere Regionen keine Chance hätten, sich zu äußern, da ihre Stimmen von diesem einen Organ des Gesetzgebers völlig ignoriert würden. Das bedeutet, dass kleinere Regionen kein Mitspracherecht mehr haben und sie möglicherweise endgültig für die AoR wegschieben.

Der Rat der Regionen ist da, um die Macht der Mehrheit zu überprüfen und sicherzustellen, dass die Gesetzgebung nicht die Rechte ihrer Heimatregionen außer Kraft setzt. Lass es uns nicht ruinieren. Wir müssen sicherstellen, dass wir weiter wachsen und es bessere Möglichkeiten gibt, unabhängige Mitglieder in das Haus aufzunehmen. Dies ist einfach nicht der richtige Weg.

Aus diesem Grund bitte ich Sie, zu Änderungsantrag 1 mit Nein zu stimmen. Bitte leiten Sie diesen Brief an alle Regionen in der AoR weiter und verbreiten Sie die Botschaft.
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Vote non sur l'amendement 1: amendement AoR pour l'unicaméralisme à l'Assemblée
Le 10 juillet, les citoyens de l'AoR feront un choix énorme en ce qui concerne la façon dont notre parlement est élu. Le principal changement à venir consisterait à combiner les deux parties du Parlement, une partie appelée Chambre des délégués et l'autre partie appelée Conseil des régions en un seul corps législatif appelé Conseil des représentants. Cela peut sembler bon car toutes les régions seront représentées dans un seul organisme et les choses se feront plus rapidement car la législation ne devra passer que par un seul organisme au lieu de deux. Mais en même temps, cela aurait un effet négatif sur l'ensemble de nos régions dans leur ensemble. Si l'amendement pour l'unicaméralisme est adopté, cela entraverait le pouvoir des petites régions et donnerait plus de pouvoir aux partis politiques.

L'Assemblée des Régions est composée de la Chambre des Délégués et du Conseil ou des Régions. La Chambre des délégués est censée représenter le sentiment de la région et est principalement dirigée par des partis politiques. Le Conseil des régions sont des membres élus ou nommés par leurs régions respectives. Le Conseil est un lieu où chaque région est représentée de manière égale. Par conséquent, aucune région plus grande ne peut recouvrir l'autre aussi facilement. C'est un système basé sur l'indemnisation. Les différentes régions ont des besoins différents et le Conseil des régions offre un lieu où leurs problèmes peuvent être mieux entendus qu'à la Chambre des délégués. Si cet amendement est adopté, le pouvoir des petites régions à l'Assemblée des régions sera considérablement réduit, car chaque région serait réduite à un vote dans cet organe beaucoup plus important.

Dans le même temps, cela donnerait aux partis politiques plus de voix sur ce que l'Assemblée des régions fait dans les activités quotidiennes. Cela rendrait notre Cour suprême plus partisane en fonction de qui est au pouvoir dans cet organisme. Dans l'ensemble, cela peut éloigner les petites régions de l'adhésion à l'Ade et si de plus grandes régions adhèrent, elles pourraient contrôler la façon dont cet organe semble finalement comme si elles avaient toutes voté pour un parti, ce qui leur donnerait déjà 30% des sièges.

Dans l'ensemble, cela menacerait la souveraineté régionale telle que nous la connaissons, car les petites régions n'auraient pas la possibilité de s'exprimer car leurs votes seraient complètement ignorés par cet organe unique de la législature. Ce qui signifie qu'il n'y a plus de mot à dire pour les petites régions, ce qui pourrait les repousser définitivement pour l'AoR.

Le Conseil des régions est là pour vérifier le pouvoir de la majorité et pour s'assurer que la législation ne dépasse pas les droits de leur région d'origine. Ne le gâche pas. Nous devons nous assurer de continuer à croître et il existe de meilleures façons de mettre des membres indépendants dans la maison, ce n'est tout simplement pas la façon de le faire.

C'est pourquoi je vous demande de bien vouloir voter contre l'amendement 1. Veuillez transmettre cette lettre à toutes les régions de l'Ade et diffuser le message.
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Stem nr. Over amendement 1: AoR-amendement voor eenkamerstelsel in de Vergadering
Op 10 juli zullen de Burgers van de AoR een enorme keuze maken als het gaat om de manier waarop ons parlement wordt gekozen. De belangrijkste verandering die zou komen, zou zijn om beide delen van het Parlement te combineren: de ene kant heette het Huis van Afgevaardigden en de andere kant heette de Raad van de Regio's tot een wetgevend orgaan, de Raad van Afgevaardigden. Het klinkt misschien goed, want alle regio's zullen in één instantie worden vertegenwoordigd en de zaken zullen sneller worden gedaan, aangezien de wetgeving maar door één instantie hoeft te gaan in plaats van twee. Maar tegelijkertijd zou dit een negatief effect hebben op al onze regio's als geheel. Als het amendement voor eenkamerisme overgaat, zou dit de macht van kleinere regio's belemmeren en meer macht geven aan politieke partijen.

De Vergadering van Regio's bestaat uit het Huis van Afgevaardigden en de Raad of Regio's. Het Huis van Afgevaardigden zou het gevoel van de regio vertegenwoordigen en wordt voornamelijk gerund door politieke partijen. De Raad van de Regio's zijn leden die door hun respectieve regio's zijn gekozen of benoemd. De Raad is een plaats waar elke regio gelijk vertegenwoordigd is. Daarom kan geen grotere regio zo gemakkelijk over de andere heen lopen. Het is een systeem gebaseerd op compensatie. Verschillende regio's hebben verschillende behoeften en de Raad van Regio's geeft een plaats waar hun problemen veel beter kunnen worden gehoord dan in het Huis van Afgevaardigden. Als dit amendement wordt aangenomen, zal de macht van de kleinere regio in de Vergadering van Regio's aanzienlijk worden verminderd, aangezien elke regio in dit veel grotere orgaan tot één stem wordt teruggebracht.

Tegelijkertijd zou dit politieke partijen meer zeggenschap geven over wat de Algemene Vergadering van de Regio doet bij dagelijkse activiteiten. Het zou ons Hooggerechtshof partijdiger maken op basis van wie aan de macht is in dit ene lichaam. Al met al kan dit kleinere regio's ervan weerhouden om lid te worden van de AoR en als grotere regio's toetreden, zouden ze de manier waarop dit orgaan eruit ziet, kunnen controleren alsof ze allemaal op één partij hebben gestemd, wat hen al 30% van de zetels zou geven.

Over het algemeen zou dit de regionale soevereiniteit bedreigen, zoals we die kennen, aangezien kleinere regio's geen kans krijgen om te spreken, aangezien hun stemmen volledig worden genegeerd door dit ene orgaan van de wetgever. Wat betekent dat er geen zeggenschap meer is voor kleinere regio's, en deze mogelijk voorgoed wegduwt voor de AoR.

De Raad van de Regio's is er om de macht van de meerderheid te controleren en ervoor te zorgen dat de wetgeving niet over de rechten van hun thuisregio's heen gaat. Laten we het niet verpesten. We moeten ervoor zorgen dat we blijven groeien en er zijn betere manieren om onafhankelijke leden in huis te halen, dit is gewoon niet de manier om het te doen.

Daarom vraag ik u om alstublieft te stemmen. Stem nee over amendement 1. Geef deze brief door aan elke regio in de AoR en verspreid de boodschap.

Read dispatch

USA crossing the 50,000 barrier once again today with nearly 57,000 cases in the past 24 hours.

I wonder if the US can hit 100,000 cases per day 🤔
At this rate y'all will have herd immunity before a vaccine even exists.

Odinburgh wrote:Glad for u remind us. I've been bad in participating in AoR or even keep up. Therefore I am considering meeting each of the party heads to get a briefing on things and where we each stand. I am particularly drawn GPP and UGD. I am with the UGD but not much active in party. Must be missing something here to why this. Anyways I need a fresh start to reassimilate into it again to feel engaged.

Well, New Nationale Einheit (DerKanzler) and J were talking about the same thing how Novus Lucidium can use a fresh start in AoR which is why DerKanzler joined GPP a while back because even he was not that active in AoR, but I came up to him and proposed that same thing and DerKanzler wanted the same thing so we teamed up.
He has been trying to get NL ramped up into AoR as well and I want that as well as NL can flourish in AoR and be a good power there as well due to how passionate people are here.
It would be great to have you and others in NL involved in AoR once again!!

Ionalands wrote:USA crossing the 50,000 barrier once again today with nearly 57,000 cases in the past 24 hours.

I wonder if the US can hit 100,000 cases per day 🤔
At this rate y'all will have herd immunity before a vaccine even exists.

Shut up Canada

Greater Jes New Islands wrote:Jesia will rise

sure thing bud

Greater Jes New Islands wrote:Shut up Canada

Y'all lost any right not to be shat on a long time ago tbh.

Ionalands wrote:Y'all lost any right not to be shat on a long time ago tbh.

I agree with you Iona though, but I still cannot in good conscious agree with a Canadian. I would rather be thrown into the pits of Hell and be mauled by imps 10,000 times then thrown into an enteral flame to forever suffer than ally myself with a Canadian

Greater Jes New Islands wrote:I agree with you Iona though, but I still cannot in good conscious agree with a Canadian. I would rather be thrown into the pits of Hell and be mauled by imps 10,000 times then thrown into an enteral flame to forever suffer than ally myself with a Canadian

Why do you hate Canada so much it's like..... what did we ever do.

Ionalands wrote:Why do you hate Canada so much it's like..... what did we ever do.

You wouldn't get it

Greater Jes New Islands wrote:You wouldn't get it

Try me.

The Greenhorn Gazette: Ancient Rilandsen Union Party shatters!

The eldest and former super-majority party of the Rilandsen Union Party has been shattered as the issue of slavery has divided its members. Although the party still exists, the Rilandsen Separatist Party has split away, dragging many of its members away. Out of the sixteen seats in the Rilandsen Central Council, four now belong under the Separatist Party, five under the Union Party, two who are "independent", and five who are under an alliance part known as the Rilandsen Utilitarian Party.

The Rilandsen Separatist party is submitting a bill to the council for a second attempt to legalize territory, this time only allowing it in the most recent western portion of the country.

The Arken wrote:NOT TRUE!! FAKE NEWS!! SEX OUTSIDE OF THE HOLY INSTITUTION OF MATRIMONY IS IMMORAL AND PUNISHABLE BY DEATH!!

Aaw, did I hurt your over moralistic feudal sense of prudence? Will no one think of the children?

Getting married is illegal and punished by a huge fine and community service.

Ionalands wrote:Why do you hate Canada so much it's like..... what did we ever do.

Basically, Canada is US goody-2-shoes little brother. You know, the guy who shows up sober at the family reunion and brings a cake.

Rilandse wrote:The Greenhorn Gazette: Ancient Rilandsen Union Party shatters!

The eldest and former super-majority party of the Rilandsen Union Party has been shattered as the issue of slavery has divided its members. Although the party still exists, the Rilandsen Separatist Party has split away, dragging many of its members away. Out of the sixteen seats in the Rilandsen Central Council, four now belong under the Separatist Party, five under the Union Party, two who are "independent", and five who are under an alliance part known as the Rilandsen Utilitarian Party.

The Rilandsen Separatist party is submitting a bill to the council for a second attempt to legalize territory, this time only allowing it in the most recent western portion of the country.

Having different laws like that in different parts of the country seems worrying but not as worrying as having a "separatist" party. This is a typical thing that will eventually lead to a civil war.

Gothic Vandelia wrote:Aaw, did I hurt your over moralistic feudal sense of prudence? Will no one think of the children?

Getting married is illegal and punished by a huge fine and community service.
Basically, Canada is US goody-2-shoes little brother. You know, the guy who shows up sober at the family reunion and brings a cake.

I mean, so our only crime is being better than the US?

And we all know Scandinavia is the douchey older brother with the six-figure job and hot wife that he rubs in everyone's face! 🤬

Ngl I can insult Canada, but when foreigners do it..
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Ionalands wrote:I mean, so our only crime is being better than the US?

And we all know Scandinavia is the douchey older brother with the six-figure job and hot wife that he rubs in everyone's face! 🤬

Ngl I can insult Canada, but when foreigners do it..
.

Better is a relative term. US have a better salary but is less well mannered and constantly slightly drunk. He also gets into bar fights.
Lol, yeah, Scandinavia married the homecoming queen and brags about it to the entire family, that seems accurate.;)

Gothic Vandelia wrote:Aaw, did I hurt your over moralistic feudal sense of prudence? Will no one think of the children?

Getting married is illegal and punished by a huge fine and community service.
Basically, Canada is US goody-2-shoes little brother. You know, the guy who shows up sober at the family reunion and brings a cake.

Official Announcement

After a recent census, we are pleased to announce that The Arken has the lowest rates of STDs in the region. This is in large part thanks to our traditionalist viewpoint with regards to sexual relations and activity, which has also resulted in the lowest rates of teenage pregnancies regionwide.

The Arken wrote:Official Announcement

After a recent census, we are pleased to announce that The Arken has the lowest rates of STDs in the region. This is in large part thanks to our traditionalist viewpoint with regards to sexual relations and activity, which has also resulted in the lowest rates of teenage pregnancies regionwide.

Can't have STIs if you make sex illegal

Novus Lucidum

It has come to my attention that the Communications Officer role is not a very active role. I don't like 'not' working. I believe there is more that could be done with this role, except.. I don't see what else there can be done.

I'm asking for you to give off ideas as to how I could better serve this region or NS as a whole. Passively sitting around for recruitment telegrams to be funneled through is getting on my nerves. I NEED TO WORK.

Thank you.

Gothic Vandelia wrote:Having different laws like that in different parts of the country seems worrying but not as worrying as having a "separatist" party. This is a typical thing that will eventually lead to a civil war.

Separatist party referring to racial separatism, not breaking free.

Gujjubhai wrote:Well, New Nationale Einheit (DerKanzler) and J were talking about the same thing how Novus Lucidium can use a fresh start in AoR which is why DerKanzler joined GPP a while back because even he was not that active in AoR, but I came up to him and proposed that same thing and DerKanzler wanted the same thing so we teamed up.
He has been trying to get NL ramped up into AoR as well and I want that as well as NL can flourish in AoR and be a good power there as well due to how passionate people are here.
It would be great to have you and others in NL involved in AoR once again!!

Then I am switching to GPP. I like your politics as much as UGD. Making this switch doesn't really bother me. So not sure if I have notify anyone but I will join GPP and begin this new start.

Scalesburg wrote:Novus Lucidum

It has come to my attention that the Communications Officer role is not a very active role. I don't like 'not' working. I believe there is more that could be done with this role, except.. I don't see what else there can be done.

I'm asking for you to give off ideas as to how I could better serve this region or NS as a whole. Passively sitting around for recruitment telegrams to be funneled through is getting on my nerves. I NEED TO WORK.

Thank you.

If you have any new polls. Come up with a writting contest. I got let's do a best summer destination thing. I have done this before. Find some new region allies.

Accidentally junked Straona's season 1 card. So here I go trying to buy a new copy. Really they put a lock on cards you have in collections.

Greater Jes New Islands wrote:Jesia will rise

I am closing in on you in defense rating.

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