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  1. “Dear sir or madam, We have received your application for candidacy in the House of Commons election for the twenty-second Imperial Diet, and found it incomplete. Your application for candidacy must be resubmitted with all questions answered in order to appear on the ballot. Warm regards, The Office of the Director of Civil Affairs.” “Dear sir or madam, We have received your application for candidacy in the House of Commons election for the twenty-second Imperial Diet, and found it incomplete. Your application for candidacy must be
  2. THE IMPERIAL DIET Lo and behold for elections for the House of Commons, as prescribed by the Edict of Reform (1763) and the Edicts of Amendment, have come upon us for the 22nd Diet. This gazette shall serve as a formal application of candidacy with the Department of Civil Affairs, which shall open presently. Candidates for the House of Commons are required to complete the following application within the following two months in order to appear on the ballot. If these candidacies are accepted, the Department shall issue a short letter of confirmation. This
  3. THE IMPERIAL DIET Lo and behold for elections for the House of Commons, as prescribed by the Edict of Reform (1763) and the Edicts of Amendment, have come upon us for the 22nd Diet. This gazette shall serve as a formal application of candidacy with the Department of Civil Affairs, which shall open presently. Candidates for the House of Commons are required to complete the following application within the following two months in order to appear on the ballot. If these candidacies are accepted, the Department shall issue a short letter of confirmation. This
  4. THE IMPERIAL DIET Lo and behold for elections for the House of Commons, as prescribed by the Edict of Reform (1763) and the Edicts of Amendment, have come upon us for the 22nd Diet. This gazette shall serve as a formal application of candidacy with the Department of Civil Affairs, which shall open presently. Candidates for the House of Commons are required to complete the following application within the following two months in order to appear on the ballot. If these candidacies are accepted, the Department shall issue a short letter of confirmation. This
  5. THE IMPERIAL DIET Lo and behold for elections for the House of Commons, as prescribed by the Edict of Reform (1763) and the Edicts of Amendment, have come upon us for the 22nd Diet. This gazette shall serve as a formal application of candidacy with the Department of Civil Affairs, which shall open presently. Candidates for the House of Commons are required to complete the following application within the following two months in order to appear on the ballot. If these candidacies are accepted, the Department shall issue a short letter of confirmation. This
  6. ACT OF THE IMPERIAL DIET Domestic Priority Act, 1803 Introduced in the Commons. Passed in the House of Commons and House of Lords. INTRODUCTION With the economic development of Providence from the ground up, a key important note to this development is price control -- a concept that lies at the core of business. To make business more attractive, it is important that operational costs of domestic businesses are kept low, and foreign businesses kept higher. Being an Orenian Citizen legally will have benefits, centrally, being able to use the city mines fre
  7. ACT OF THE IMPERIAL DIET Excise Act, 1803 Enacted on 14 Sigismund's End Introduced in the House of Commons. Passed in the House of Commons and House of Lords. COMMONS AYE Armas Aubert Barrow d'Azor de Aurdan Galbraith Sarkozy LORDS AYE His Grace, the Duke of Helena The Right Hon. Count of Mordskov The Right Hon. Count of Leuven The Hon. Viscount of Valles The Hon. Baron of Carrington INTRODUCTION The Crown has granted landed property across the
  8. ACT OF THE IMPERIAL DIET AMENDMENT TO THE LEGAL PROCEDURE ACT, 1803 Enacted on 14 Sigismund's End, 1804 Introduced in the Commons. Passed in the 21st Imperial Diet. INTRODUCTION To further improve the Courts, both of Circuit & Supreme nature, the following amendment aims to alter the Legal Procedure Act, CH611.01D, to improve upon the nature of judicial reviews. Whereas the current reviews are flawed due to the availability of the public to immediately request review from the Supreme Court, this amendment aims to draw the process of legal rev
  9. ACT OF THE IMPERIAL DIET YOUTH JUSTICE ACT, 1799 Enacted on 14 Sigismund's End, 1804 Introduced in the Commons. Passed in the 21st Imperial Diet. INTRODUCTION The aim of this act is to bring further detail to 210.06 - On Infancy in order to create a just system of legal standard. The Youth Justice Act, henceforth referred to as the YJA, is intended to protect the public by holding youth accountable, by preventing crime and by rehabilitating and reintegrating youth in the community. The act requires that youths be treated separately from adults
  10. ACT OF THE IMPERIAL DIET JUDICIAL REFORM ACT, 1800 Enacted on 14 Sigismund's End, 1804 Introduced in the Commons. Passed in the 21st Imperial Diet. INTRODUCTION The Imperial Judiciary, as defined within the Judiciary Act of 1740, has been a vital part of the Empire through the sixty years wherein it has existed. With the addition of the municipal charters, wherein magistrates have been allowed to verdict in cases of law, the judiciary has been left with uncertainty as to duties. The following act aims to modify the Imperial Judiciary, wherein the
  11. ‎ ‎ VOTE OF CONFIDENCE OF PRESENTATION OF THE SARKOZY MINISTRY TO THEIR IMPERIAL MAJESTIES AYE: Keaghen Armas; Franz Sarkozy; George Galbraith; Dmitri Orlov; Vladislav Barrow; Alyndel Yl'Asath; Edward Napier; NAY George Kovachev; Ledicort d’Azor; Alexander d’Arkent; William Theodore Aubert; Ophelia Elizaveta; ABSTAIN ABSENT As this matter has received majority, the House of Commons gives confidence in and presents Franz Sarkozy to seek audience with Their
  12. SITTING OF THE 21ST IMPERIAL DIET THIS HOREN'S CALLING, 1800 Present: Keaghen Armas; Franz Sarkozy; George Galbraith; Dmitri Orlov; Vladislav Barrow; Edward Napier; George Kovachev; Ledicort d'Azor; Alexander d'Arkent; William Theodore Aubert; Ophelia van Wick; Absent: Alyndel Yl'Asath; George Galbraith: “Believed we have reached quorum, correct?” Franz Sarkozy: “Indeed so. All we're missing is Mr. Alyndel, but he's submitted his absentee vote.” Edward Napier: “Gentleme
  13. [!] The Representatives of the House of Commons across Oren would settle inside the Hall within Providence, taking their seats. As each Representative took a seat, George Galbraith would stand up. "Fellow legislators, we have an important piece of business today, that being electing the President of our House. We urge each Representative to submit forth a nominee for their favored Speaker." He would wait, as each Representative would input their ballots.
  14. IMPERIAL LETTERS FOR THE BARONY OF STAHL-ELENDIL, 1799 Issued and Confirmed by Their Imperial Majesties, Anne I and Joseph II, 12 Sun’s Smile, 1799 TO OUR BELOVED SUBJECTS, It has pleased the Imperial Throne to reward the service of Our leal subject, Jonah Stahl-Elendil, with official verification of their tenure in fealty to the Holy Orenian Empire. Accordingly, with this grace of God and the counsel of Our court, we do invest Jonah Stahl-Elendil as the Baron of Stahl-Elendil, a role they as peers of the Holy Orenian Empire s
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