[Proposal] Closing Proposals

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[Proposal] Closing Proposals

Post by Comrade Frank on Tue Sep 29, 2015 10:47 am

Last session there was several discussion concerning how long a Proposal has in order to garner 10 supporters. IMO proposals should last no longer than 72 hours before being closed. I would like to discuss a Constitutional Amendment to place a time limit on Proposals as follows:

Original Wording wrote:1.21 Proposals
Before a proposal can be made, a member of Congress (hereafter "member") must pose the subject for discussion and allow 24 hours to pass.  The SOH or DSoH may waive this requirement if necessary.  Ten members must approve an identically worded proposal for it to come to a vote.

Edited to reflect an extension of up to 72 hours.

Proposed Changes wrote:1.21 Proposals
Before a proposal can be made, a member of Congress (hereafter "member") must pose the subject for discussion and allow 24 hours to pass.  The SoH or DSoH may waive this requirement if necessary. Proposals will last for at least 24 hours and may be extended up to 72 hours. Ten members must approve an identically worded proposal for it to come to a vote.
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