Needed Changes to Law Enacted

30 November 2007 § 2 Comments

Revodna, 8 p.m. — At a full meeting of the Executive Council of the Central Committee of the Congress of Peoples’ Deputies late this afternoon, Vice-Chairman and First Deputy President Josef Kulik proposed certain changes to Koskovian Acts and Statutes. The Executive Committee approved the proposals and have sent them on to the Congress for switch enactment.

    The acts and statutes affected are:

• The Act of Executive Succession (1989), Section 139(A), Paragraph 87(F), Line 16, Word “may” to “must.”
• The Statute of Authority of the Executive Council of the Central Committee of the Congress of Peoples’ Deputies (1978), Section 55(C), Paragraph 2(A), Line 54, phrase “…authority will devolve…” to “…authority will not devolve…”
• The Act Concerning the Proper Procedure for the Calling of a Full Session of the Congress of Peoples’ Deputies to Convene as a Constitutional Convention (1982), Section 33(G), Paragraph 44(E), Line 889, phrase “…by sole authority of the President of the Peoples’ Free Democratic Republic of Koskovia…” to “by the joint authority of the President and First Deputy President of Peoples’ Free Democratic Republic of Koskovia…”
• The Act Concerning the Proper Role in Government of the First, Second, Third and Fourth Deputy Presidents (1992) is repealed, replaced with The Act Abolishing the Positions of Second, Third and Fourth Deputy Presidents (2007).
• The introduction of the “Act to Relieve the Pressures of Daily Government on the President of the Peoples’ Free Democratic Republic of Koskovia and/or Chairman of the Executive Council of the Central Committee of Congress of the Peoples’ Deputies of the Peoples’ Free Democratic Republic of Koskovia” (2007).

According to Vice-Chairman and Deputy President Kulik, all thee suggested acts and revisions have the full approval of President and Chairman Mladik Vladik, still recovering from his recent colonoscopy at his summer home at Lake Koskovia.

UPDATE (8:17 p.m.): The Congress of Peoples’ Deputies has voted 298-2 to enact all of the suggested revisions.

UPDATE (8:19 p.m.): The Congress of People’s Deputies now has 298 members.

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