Today’s Congressional report was prepared by Congressmen John Largo and Duncan Crowe and is followed by a brief statement from Immigration Enforcement Director Dr Luis Sentieiro. Please be sure to subscribe and watch for additional news from Congress.
One topic that will be addressed in the report below I would like to draw your attention to, concerns about budget discussion. I recognize our military branches have all worked tirelessly to reduce costs and work towards maximum efficiency and that deployment expenses have been identified as the greatest burden borne by our mobile units. While we continue to work together with the Executive, the Secretary of Defense, and concerned Commanders to find an agreeable solution, there is something we all can do. If you are a member of one of the branches of USAF, ensure you are not moving more than necessary. Deploy and stay put until orders dictate otherwise. If you are not currently active in a mobile unit and have the resources, please donate gold or currency to help support our troops. Donations earmarked for any USAF Mobile troops may be sent to Directors of Congressional Budget Office, Publius or Evry or, if you prefer to specify your donation by Unit, sent directly to the Branch Commanders.
Hello and welcome fellow Americans,
The 62nd USA Congress has just concluded the third week of its term!
Accordingly, to increase transparency and better your opinion of the US government, we want to inform you of what your representatives are discussing, proposing, and ratifying in The Legislative Branch during our third week.
The comments from Speaker's Word for Week 2 gave Congress relevant questions and feedback.
We strongly encourage everyone to comment with questions, positive feedback or constructive criticism, on this week's article, and let us know how you think we are doing as a Congressional body, and if there are any issues you want to see addressed or topics considered in the final week of our term, week 4. Remember, this is the 2nd to last Speaker's word, so if you're really itching to see US Congress discuss something you want, comment and let us know!
Here are questions and answers from the Speaker's Word for Week 2.
Question: "Which nation was denied an MPP and why?"
Answer - Albania. We continue to be friends, bros and allies of Albania, but a MPP with them would not be able to sustain itself due to conflicting MPPs within our new alliance, Circle of Trust.
Comment: “Funny how many congressmen felt the need to vote on Bacon instead of using that time to come to an agreement on budget.”
Answer #2 - US Congress created and passed this month’s budget in the first week. Congress continues to discuss alternate revenue sources and more efficient ways to spend our nation’s income, as budget decline and deficit is always relevant to our nation's safety.
Now, time to discuss this week! Please remember to leave feedback in the comments below.
For the third week of our term, we signed-in to establish quorum. Remember, quorum is the minimum amount of votes that must be cast for a Congressional bill to be considered legitimate law for American citizens. This week's quorum was set at 12 (down from 13 the previous week), as can be seen HERE.
A discussion on the Congressional Orientation threads, continued from last week, turned into two complementary votes One to add all the pertinent info to a sticky and One to trash the remaining sub-board. Both votes were approved and met the quorum requirements.
There was another MPP debate (Mutual Protection Pact) this week due to a miscommunication between the Executive and Legislative branches. The President (Executive) is in charge of foreign policy and negotiations with other nations, while Congress (Legislative) approves all MPPs and alliances. This miscommunication has led to separate discussions on establishing a foreign affairs committee and a discussion on codifying the foreign affairs reporting process. In the meantime, communication is improved through Secretary of State posts on the MPP thread and separate topics for MPP votes in question.
The discussions are ongoing from last week for identifying alternate revenue streams for the government as well as identifying the most efficient way to spend our current revenue. This will continue to be a "hot" topic in Congress.
So, that’s what your Congress did in its third week. Now, so that we may improve, please leave a comment with what you, the American citizenry, want us to discuss and work to ratify.
Thanks for reading!
Remember, we only seek to satisfy you,and will take all considerations seriously.
Immigration Enforcement Service
We are the gatekeepers of USA, we filter who comes with friendly intent to join our nation from who comes to harm us. We work in cooperation with many agencies and Departments such as Department of State, Homeland Security and CIA. We blacklist bribers, PTOers and outlawed people who just come in to violate the US Constitution. The IES Director is appointed by the US Congress and it is his responsibility and judgement to decide with his agents whether someone enters the USA or not. Currently the IES has 4 Agents and counts with most of the congress to provide citizenship to the immigrants who pass the security clearance.
We are here to keep America safe despite the fact AFA does everything to violate this process and bring PTOers and unapproved Serbs into our borders.
I hope this was informative,
Dr Luis Sentieiro
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Speaker, 62nd US Congress
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