[Draft] Dissolution of the Interior

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« on: September 10, 2021, 11:55:21 am »

Dissolution of the Interior

Recognising that the Councillor of the Interior seat was created by the passage of RRS 6, Definitions and Responsibilities of Regional Councillors, for the purposes of integrating new members into government,

Observing the text of RRS 6(e) to presently state:

The Councillor of the Interior, whose responsibilities are defined as facilitating Regional engagement through communication with and polling of Member States and residents.

This Councillor shall:
    i.   Broadcast announcements via telegram.

    ii.  Ensure an amicable discussion environment.

    iii. Initiate polls to facilitate Regional engagement.

Recalling, the position has existed for some fifteen months and has been populated by a Member State from its inception until its most recent incumbent's departure from corporeal reality. However:
    i.   Facilitation of a discussion environment has arguably not taken place by initiation or instigation from any previous Councillor.
    ii.  Four polls have ever taken place, the last of which being four months ago.
    iii. No regional announcements have ever been dispatched.
    iv. Suppression of messages which may be considered spam, trolling, disruptive, or harassing have never taken place.

Perceiving the prevailing interpretation of RRS 6(e) to start and end with periodically, but exclusively, posting welcome messages into the Regional Message Board, an elected office appears not required for such a role,

Whereas the office does not appear able to retain its occupant with a responsibility as light as this,

RRS 6(e) and all of its subsections are struck from the Refugia Revised Statutes and removed from extant law.

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