eAus Department of Information
Following the flurry of activity in the Senate last week, the activity levels dropped throughout most of the week, but picked up again over the last 2 days.
The following bills/proposals/amendments have been voted on in the Senate:
Australian Warlord Infringement
This proposal was brought forward by Senators Mark Sanchez and Br0adside in response to a breach of conduct by Senator Australian Warlord. The Senate voted for the permanent ban of Senator Australian Warlord for the rest of the senatorial term. For more information click here
Removal of Icey1174
This proposal was brought forward by Treasurer Srg91 following former Senator Icey1174’s recent conduct. The Senate voted for banning Icey1174 indefinitely from the eAustralian government and IRC. The Department of Information will be releasing full details of this shortly. For more information click here
This proposal was done by Treasurer Srg91. The Senate voted ‘yes’ for the printing of 60,000AUD for 300 gold, allocating $2000, $6400 and $10000 to the Department of Cultured Services, stockpiling of Q1 weapons and an Emergency Deployment Money Fund respectively. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will receive 7 gold to establish an organisation and its newspaper. For more information click here
Senate Impeachment Bill Amendment:
This amendment was proposed by Senator Melchizedek Smith. It aimed to clarify the definition of Treason and High Crimes in the Senate Impeachment Act. This amendment was passed by the Senate. For more information click here
Senate Protocol Act Amendment:
This amendment was proposed by Inspector-General Alex Australis. It was proposed to give Senators the opportunity to abstain or vote in the negative for any individual bill even if the option to do so was not presented. For more information click here
Training ‘Boot Camp’ Trial June 2009 Proposal
This was proposed by Minister of Defence Ranger Bob. 10 citizens a fortnight will be enlisted over a 1 month trial period. It aims to get newer citizens active in the eAustralian military. They will participate in various military activities and will be supported with weapons and possibly moving tickets. It has a budget of no more than AUD$1,000. For more information click here
High Court of eAustralia Bill
This bill was proposed by Senator Mark Sanchez with help from citizen hongimaster in writing up the bill. It aims to establish the “Supreme Court of eAustralia”, an arm of the Judicial Review, which would provide a legitimacy to the democratic system of eAustralia. It was not passed by the Senate. For more information click here
eAustralia Parliamentary Process Act Amendment
This amendment was proposed by Prime Minister Tim09. It aims to clarify the members of the Cabinet of the eAustralian Government. It also proposes some inclusion criteria for Cabinet Ministers. It was passed by the Senate. For more information click here
The following amendment is currently being discussed in the Senate
Speaker’s Duties Amendment
This was proposed by Inspector-General Alex Australis. It aims to clarify the role of the Senate Speaker and Deputy Speaker in the event of a breach of the Government Secrets Act. For more information click here
The following issues are currently being discussed in the Senate:
This was brought forward by Senator Mark Sanchez. He is currently opening up for discussion updates to the Industrial Relations Act. For more information click here
The following Senators were present in the Senate this week:
Preditorian, Ranger Bob, Mark Sanchez, Melchizedek Smith, Alex Australis, Coppr, TheBlackAdder, Santic, Mamazelle, Son of Rambo, Maverick Goh, Newt Gingrich, Sir_c0nstant, Aussie Vegeta, Srg91, corny-ratbag, Aus Askar, Mouj, eViL nUt, Gareth Irwin, Aaron Camm, Br0adside, dotcmd, Dieselke, FallbackPants, Gercon Bonn, Timothy Rogers (27/37).
The following Senators were not present in the Senate this week:
StewartB, Saturnus Aurelio, Meli Bound, Synique, jinpachi, John Sykes, haugenmatt, Ryno101, Tom Reale, PezCore (10/37).
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