[Discussion] Changing the 'Code of the eUS'

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[Discussion] Changing the 'Code of the eUS'

Post by Comrade Frank on Fri Jan 27, 2017 9:29 am

1.1: Quorum

1.11: Definition of a Quorum
A Quorum, the minimum number of votes necessary for any measure to become law whether those votes are “yes” votes, “no” votes, or abstentions.

1.12: Requirement for Quorum to have been deemed reached
Quorum size shall be based on a weekly sign-in thread on the forum. If the number of sign-ins is odd, then the quorum is half that number rounded up to the nearest integer. If the number of sign-ins is even, then the quorum is half that number plus 1.

1.1: Quorum

1.11: Definition of a Quorum
A Quorum is the minimum number of votes necessary for any measure to become law whether those votes are “yes” votes or “no” votes, abstentions while be considered a non-vote and will not count toward the quorum.

1.12: Requirement for Quorum to have been deemed reached
Quorum size shall be based on a weekly sign-in thread on the forum. Congressional Members who do not sign in weekly shall have voting privileges revoked for that week. If the number of sign-ins is odd, then the quorum is half that number rounded up to the nearest integer. If the number of sign-ins is even, then the quorum is half that number plus 1

The current Code of the eUS calls for Congress to sign into Congress on a weekly basis. During the previous Congressional Session that did not happen. Therefore I wish to propose for discussion an automatic removal of the Speaker of the House if they fail to open a thread in Public Congressional Procedures for sign-in. I wish to discuss the above changes to the 'Code of the eUS' concerning signing into Congress weekly and procedures concerning 'the establishment of' and 'the reach of' quorum.
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Re: [Discussion] Changing the 'Code of the eUS'

Post by Comrade Frank on Sat Jan 28, 2017 6:56 am

This is the election results from the January 25th Congressional cycle. Please note after voter verification that the Feds and BSP lost votes. The Feds lost 2 votes and yet gained a seat along with the SFP and USWP. The BSP lost a vote but their delegation remained the same. Now the problem here is the recount brought us from 51 seats -1 less that regions owned- to 54 seats -2 more than regions we occupy.

First someone please explain how you lose 2 votes and yet gain a seat?
How can we have 54 Congress Members when we own or occupy only 52 Regions?

At day change it was (I expected 51 seats)
Feds: 29.66%, 121 votes (15 seats)
USWP: 24.26%, 99 votes (12 seats)
SFP: 19.85%, 81 votes (10 seats) (Niemand not in congress \o/)
BSP: 14.46%, 59 votes (8 seats)
WTP: 11.76%, 48 votes (6 seats)
Total votes: 408, total seats 51

The final result had 3 votes less but gave 3 seats more than I expected.
Change in seats is with December 2016
Feds: 29.38%, 119 votes (-2), 16 seats (+1)
USWP: 24.44%, 99 votes, 13 seats (+1)
SFP: 20%, 81 votes, 11 seats (+1, Niemand in congress)
BSP: 14.32%, 58 votes (-1), 8 seats (+0)
WTP: 11.85%, 48 votes, 6 seats (+0)
Total votes: 405, total seats 54
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