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  1. THE IMPERIAL DIET Lo and behold for the inaugural elections for the Imperial Senate, as prescribed by the Edict of Establishment (1736) and the Edict of Election (1736), have come upon us for the year 1738. This gazette shall serve as a formal application of candidacy with the Ministry of Civil Affairs, which shall open presently. Candidates for the Senate are required to complete the following application by the deadline of the first day of 1738 in order to appear on the ballot. If these candidacies are accepted, the Ministry shall issue a short letter of confirmation. This gazette is pertinent to the first seat of Curon, where the incumbent, Senator Charles Bower, has a term expiring in 1738. He may elect to re-nominate his candidacy. ((Candidates for Senate for Curon, please respond to this post with the filled application.)) Candidacies for the 1738 Imperial Senate Election in Curon SURNAME: FIRST NAME: ADDRESS OF RESIDENCE: DATE OF BIRTH: Are you registered and eligible to vote in the province of Curon?: Do you have any other title, peerage or public service that may conflict with becoming an Imperial Senator, as per the Edict of Establishment (1736) or Edict of Election (1736)?: If yes, do you understand that you will be required to resign or abdicate from this position should you be elected to the Imperial Senate, and if this does not occur your seat shall be considered to be vacant?: ((MC NAME)):
  2. THE IMPERIAL DIET Lo and behold for the inaugural elections for the Imperial Senate, as prescribed by the Edict of Establishment (1736) and the Edict of Election (1736), have come upon us for the year 1738. This gazette shall serve as a formal application of candidacy with the Ministry of Civil Affairs, which shall open presently. Candidates for the Senate are required to complete the following application by the deadline of the first day of 1738 in order to appear on the ballot. If these candidacies are accepted, the Ministry shall issue a short letter of confirmation. This gazette is pertinent to the first seat of Kaedrin, where the incumbent, Senator Frederick Armas, has a term expiring in 1738. He may elect to re-nominate his candidacy. ((Candidates for Senate for Kaedrin, please respond to this post with the filled application.)) Candidacies for the 1738 Imperial Senate Election in Kaedrin SURNAME: FIRST NAME: ADDRESS OF RESIDENCE: DATE OF BIRTH: Are you registered and eligible to vote in the province of Kaedrin?: Do you have any other title, peerage or public service that may conflict with becoming an Imperial Senator, as per the Edict of Establishment (1736) or Edict of Election (1736)?: If yes, do you understand that you will be required to resign or abdicate from this position should you be elected to the Imperial Senate, and if this does not occur your seat shall be considered to be vacant?: ((MC NAME)):
  3. THE IMPERIAL DIET Lo and behold for the inaugural elections for the Imperial Senate, as prescribed by the Edict of Establishment (1736) and the Edict of Election (1736), have come upon us for the year 1738. This gazette shall serve as a formal application of candidacy with the Ministry of Civil Affairs, which shall open presently. Candidates for the Senate are required to complete the following application by the deadline of the first day of 1738 in order to appear on the ballot. If these candidacies are accepted, the Ministry shall issue a short letter of confirmation. This gazette is pertinent to the first seat of Haense, where the incumbent, Senator Sigismund Corbish, has a term expiring in 1738. He may elect to re-nominate his candidacy. ((Candidates for Senate for Haense, please respond to this post with the filled application.)) Candidacies for the 1738 Imperial Senate Election in Haense SURNAME: FIRST NAME: ADDRESS OF RESIDENCE: DATE OF BIRTH: Are you registered and eligible to vote in the province of Haense?: Do you have any other title, peerage or public service that may conflict with becoming an Imperial Senator, as per the Edict of Establishment (1736) or Edict of Election (1736)?: If yes, do you understand that you will be required to resign or abdicate from this position should you be elected to the Imperial Senate, and if this does not occur your seat shall be considered to be vacant?: ((MC NAME)):
  4. THE IMPERIAL DIET Lo and behold for the inaugural elections for the Imperial Senate, as prescribed by the Edict of Establishment (1736) and the Edict of Election (1736), have come upon us for the year 1738. This gazette shall serve as a formal application of candidacy with the Ministry of Civil Affairs, which shall open presently. Candidates for the Senate are required to complete the following application by the deadline of the first day of 1738 in order to appear on the ballot. If these candidacies are accepted, the Ministry shall issue a short letter of confirmation. This gazette is pertinent to the first seat of Helena, where the incumbent, Senator Veikko Harjalainen, has a term expiring in 1738. He may elect to re-nominate his candidacy. ((Candidates for Senate for Helena, please respond to this post with the filled application.)) Candidacies for the 1738 Imperial Senate Election in Helena SURNAME: FIRST NAME: ADDRESS OF RESIDENCE: DATE OF BIRTH: Are you registered and eligible to vote in the province of Helena?: Do you have any other title, peerage or public service that may conflict with becoming an Imperial Senator, as per the Edict of Establishment (1736) or Edict of Election (1736)?: If yes, do you understand that you will be required to resign or abdicate from this position should you be elected to the Imperial Senate, and if this does not occur your seat shall be considered to be vacant?: ((MC NAME)):
  5. THE IMPERIAL DIET THE SENATE GAZETTE INTRODUCTION This publicly available gazette serves as a frequently updated noticeboard detailing the composition of the Imperial Senate, established by the Edict of Establishment (1736) issued by the Crown. Senators style themselves as: [First name] [Surname], Imperial Senator from [Province]. More simply, they may use the prefix of ‘Senator’ before their names. VICE CHANCELLOR As the Vice Chancellor is the presiding officer of the Senate, who controls proceedings and may cast a tie-breaking vote, occupants of that office are listed here from the date of the Edict of Establishment. John de Balain, Baron of Selm [TangoIsPointless] (1736 - present) HELENA Senator Veikko Harjalainen [frill] (1736 - present) Appointed 1736. Term expires in 1738. Senator Antony Sigismundic [Architecus] (1736 - present) Appointed 1736. Term expires in 1740. HAENSE Senator Sigismund Corbish [nathanbarnett36] (1736 - present) Appointed 1736. Term expires in 1738. Senator Terrence May [Piov] (1736 - present) Appointed 1736. Term expires in 1740. KAEDRIN Senator Frederick Armas [esterlen] (1736 - present) Appointed 1736. Term expires in 1738. Senator Othodoric Helvets [Byzabro] (1736 - present) Appointed 1736. Term expires in 1740. CURON Senator Charles Bower [PapaFordy] (1736 - present) Appointed 1736. Term expires in 1738. Senator Matthias Rutledge [1_Language_1] (1736 - present) Appointed 1736. Term expires in 1740. COMMITTEES There are currently no Imperial Senate committees established. These are frequently voted on in times of need, subsequent to election cycles. PAST SENATORS There are currently no past senators listed on this gazette.
  6. Frederick Armas, Senator from Kaedrin, stands up in the chamber of the Senate to issue a short speech, brandishing a bundle of parchments as the Vice Chancellor calls the assembly to order. “I thank His Excellency the Vice Chancellor and President of the Senate for the opening of the inaugural session of the Senate. Since the days of the catastrophic Josephite War, it has long been the ambition of many to establish a functional and empowered legislature to represent the Orenian people. The Pertinaxi ‘parliament’ of the last century, and I use such a phrase loosely, for three elected representatives sitting in the same chamber with twenty-seven appointed lords is truly no such body, had manifold flaws. Yet it set alight the spirit of civic duty among the Orenian people, and sixty years later we sit here because of that.” He pauses for a moment, addressing John de Balain as is customary. “Your Excellency the Vice Chancellor, the reforms that brought about this Senate are a step in the right direction, for which I have naught but gracious thanks to the Lord Protector for enacting. Time will tell if they prove lasting enough to provide a meaningful exercise. I say, on behalf of the people of Kaedrin who I represent, that I am committed to serving this chamber, ensuring that the provinces and constituents of the entire Empire are represented in the development of important reform and legislation. One of our roles is to assist the Council of State in discharging their duties, and for that reason, with the Vice Chancellor’s consent I would like to invite my honorable friend the Senator from Haense to speak.” He sits down, indicating for Terrence May to present before the chamber.
  7. LUCIO v. R 11 S.E 1728 To whom it may concern, This letter seeks to establish a notice of intent to launch a civil suit against the jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Haense, alleging judicial malpractice, in regards to the violation of due process with respect to our client, Mr. James Lucio of the Commonwealth of Kaedrin. The facts of the case are as follows: On the 7th of Sigismund’s End, in the year of our Lord 1728, Mr. Lucio was arrested in the jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Haense in respect to an allegation of defamation (Understood within the Haeseni jurisdiction as slander). He was tried before court at Reza and found guilty of this infraction. These facts are not disputed by our client. Upon sentencing, Mr. Lucio was sentenced to mutilation by way of removal of the tongue. The Kingdom of Haense’s law codex, Chapter IX, Article I, states as follows in respect to slander: “Any man who slanders that of another without cause or evidence through verbal form shall be brought to court and tried. The maximum punishment being the removal of one’s tongue.” However, the equivalent offense of defamation (Enumerated within the Ten Tables – Injury Against the Person) in respect to the Pandectarum Johannes Fredericus Imperator, the law of the Holy Orenian Empire, which takes primacy over regional legislation in regards to such inconsistencies, states that: “Where an individual knowingly disseminates false information about an individual, with intent to harm the reputation of that individual, this shall be defamation in the second degree, an infraction.” In accordance with this codex, the sentencing limitations on infractions are determined as: “Infractions, of least severity, include the appropriated sentences: monetary fine up to two thousand mina, confinement to prison for up to two annum, designated service to state or faith for up to five annum, removal of up to two fingers to the second knuckle, removal of up to two teeth, removal of up to two toes of the same foot, removal of one quarter-inch of the ears if elven, partial removal of a tusk if orcish, removal of the beard if dwarven, removal of one inch of the tail if feline, or branding by hot iron on the chest or buttocks.” Though it mentions several other varieties of mutilation – tongue removal has no presence in this document as a sanctioned Imperial punishment. My client also alleges that during the trial, he was tortured through sorcery, leaving him unable to properly defend himself and thereby violating his entitlement to due process under Imperial law. In the matter of the sentencing of a citizen of the Commonwealth of Kaedrin, for a crime committed in the Kingdom of Haense, there is a particularly strong argument that Imperial law must take primacy over any regional legislation. Indeed, there is an even stronger argument that in all cases of inconsistencies, Imperial law holds primacy as per the terms of the Emperor’s justice. To fail to support this contention completely undermines the unitary state beneath His Imperial Majesty’s just reign, and is a conclusion most intolerable to any loyal Imperial citizen. This forms the basis of our civil suit. We also wish to inform you that we seek the recusal of the Lord Justiciar, His Excellency Otto Sigmar of Haense, on account of a conflict of interest in regards to this jurisdictional dispute, requesting most humbly that this case be heard before an unbiased and fair agent of the Imperial courts. Yours sincerely, Frederick S. Armas, Esq. Solicitor-at-law
  8. You on disc, friendo?

    1. Esterlen

      Esterlen

      I am, friendo! esterlen#0470

    2. Jonificus
  9. @Esterlen Add me in Discord: sergisala#5457

     

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  10. i would like to roleplay, if possible

    1. Esterlen

      Esterlen

      please tell me ur alive

      msg me bucko ive missed u

    2. roggvir42

      roggvir42

      the turk crows at midnight    its not safe here     discord: latin_clyde7      479feb36b1bf1e9ef25a8c1d05f0e015.png

  11. rat.

    1. Esterlen

      Esterlen

      away with you vile beggar

  12. Jack McCain reads the writing with some surprise, adjusting a pair of round eye-glasses perched upon the bridge of his nose. The Harrenite cannot help but feel flattered by the Farfolk, Haraccus’ words – indeed, he emits a grumble of excitement at the mere idea that the old Whiggish Harrenite philosophies are gaining traction within his countrymen in Ves. If only his friend Alfred still drew breath to witness such a thing!
  13. Jack McCain reads of the victory of their allies in his office on Sabo Square, adjusting his spectacles in viewing the narrative, “Tremendous, I dare-say. These Pertinaxi rebels will be done with soon, I should think.”
  14. Jack McCain celebrates the Harrenite verse. “God save Emperor Joseph and what-not,” he offers to no one in particular.
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