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  1. “Revisionism.” muttered Cesar II, the grandson of Cesar I de Pelear, with a sigh as he watched from the seven skies with a shake of his head. “Ay dios mios…It is obvious they do not know who Maria de Rivera is, nor Carlos Mendez…the first knight of Hyspia. Nor do they know who Cesar de Rivera is, the progenitor of our culture. I fear the ignorance of Blessed Francisco is next….Honoring the past is honoring the martyrs of old. The de Riveras deserved just as much recognition within our traditions as the de Pelears. I am saddened that two names in there were removed. This Calendar I created was supposed to honor ancient figures from old millenia, not modern family members…such vanity and egoism disguised as change.” He muttered with a sigh.
  2. Full Name of Man - Brandt II Barclay Date of Birth of Man - 1961 Name of Woman - Frederica Barclay Date of Birth of Woman - 1957 Location of Ceremony - Reinmar Date of Ceremony (Year) - 1980 Name of Clergyman who performed ceremony - Father Ivan Full Name of Man - Paul Sebastian Temesch Date of Birth of Man - 1959 Name of Woman - Emmeline Date of Birth of Woman - 1963 Location of Ceremony - Balian Date of Ceremony (Year) - 1980 Name of Clergyman who performed ceremony - Father Ivan
  3. Father Ivan would pray that night at the Church within Portoregne. He would pray that Her Majesty would find peace and serenity within the Seven Skies as she leaves behind an impactful legacy for Balian and her people. "A Queen who had touched the hearts of many. May she rest now in comfort."
  4. SENATE RESOLUTION I.01: RULES AND ETIQUETTE OF THE SENATE Legislated and Decreed on 13th of Sigismund’s End, 111 BA WE THE SENATE RESOLVE, That the Balianese Senate, a distinct legislative body of the nation, must follow a set of rules and ethical principles. Such principles apply to each and every senator amidst a senatorial session and outside of the legislative chambers. So it follows: Definitions: Gran Orator - The Speaker of the Senate Projects - Any plans or agendas introduced by a Senator which have not yet been written into a bill. Bills - Written proposals outlining the legislative plan or agenda, in the form of legislation to be voted on and passed through the senate. Resolutions - Housekeeping bills related to interior government operations. Proposals - introducing a declared agenda on the session floor. Committees - A group of senators involved in turning a project into a bill. Sponsors - Senators or the Peer of the Segnoria who are the writers of a bill. Primary Sponsor - The main writer of the bill, or leader of the committee. The primary sponsor must be a senator or a Peer of the Segnoria who introduced the bill. Political Party - An interest group or denomination which a senator may identify themselves to. Summons/Subpoenas - A formal summon of Duana members or any Balianese citizen, including members of the royal family to a public session of the court for senatorial hearings. Sovereign/Royal Privilege - A sacred privilege designated through the mandate of heaven to the Crown. ARTICLE I, SECTION I: Standard of Procedure for Senatorial Sessions Sec. I.01 - On Convenance - As stated within the Edict of Senatus Civis the Senate shall convene once every Saint’s Week Sec. I.02 - On Attendance - Attendance shall be taken five Saint’s minutes within the start of the session by the Speaker of the Senate hereinafter known as the Gran Orator. Sec. I.03 - On Appointment of the Duana - As stated within the Edict of Senatus Civis the Senate shall begin the session with the procedure for a vote of confirmation for any Duana nominations from the Crown, if applicable. Sec. I.04 - On Proposals - The Senate shall continue the session with bills, projects or resolutions proposals introduced by primary sponsors on the session floor. The Gran Orator shall conduct the order of proposals accordingly. Sec. I.05 - On Debates, Comments, and Questions - Senators may debate, comment, or question a proposal under the moderation of the Gran Orator. Sec. I.06 - On Passing Legislation - Once a debate has been resolved and if a bill or resolution is ripe for legislation, the Gran Orator may call for a vote on the bill or resolution. Sec. I.06 - On Conclusions of Proceedings - At the end of each session, the Gran Orator shall strike the gavel on the podium three times, signaling the end of the session. ARTICLE I, SECTION II: Rules Regarding Committees Sec. II.01 - On Formation - For the sake of expediency, senators may form committees to work on a project and turn it into a bill. However, the committee must be publicly formed during a senatorial succession under oversight from the Gran Orator. Sec. II.02 - On Conduct - Committee meetings must be conducted in private. However, the Crown reserves the right to request for information from committees. Sec. II.03 - On Dissolution - Committees may be dissolved through a vote within the Senate or through the will of the Crown. ARTICLE I, SECTION III: Rules Regarding Summons and Subpoenas Sec. III.01 - On Summons and Subpoenas - The Senate may summon a Balianese citizen, including members of the Crown’s Duana, government, or royal family for a public senatorial hearing. Sec. III.01 - On Reasonable Cause - All requests or orders of subpoenas must have reasonable cause specifically stated within the published missive. Sec. III.02 - On Royal Privilege/Sovereign Privilege - The Crown may assert their right of Royal/Sovereign Privilege for the royal family. Such a right protects the royal family from a senatorial summon. Sec. III.03 - On Veto of Summons - The Crown may veto a request or order of summons for members of the public or the Duana. All vetoes should be written and published with the reasoning specifically enumerated within. ARTICLE II, SECTION I: Code of Conduct for Senators Sec. I.01 - On Application - All Senators must adhere to the rules and ethical principles enumerated within this article. Sec. I.02 - On Etiquette - Unless otherwise stated by the Crown, Senators must uphold maturity during senatorial sessions. Senators may not belittle, verbally insult, or instigate conflict among senators. Senators are OBLIGATED to engage in only civil debates if necessary. Sec. I.03 - On Integrity - Senators are obligated to uphold a certain level of integrity while in office. Senators may not publicly insult the Crown, Duana, or their fellow senators. Respectful constructive criticism, however, is allowed. Sec. I.04 - On Privacy - Although Senate sessions are conducted in public, all bills and committee meetings must be conducted in private. Once a bill has been finalized however, it must be introduced and passed in public. This is to ensure unbiased conduct, and convenience in the passing of legislation. Sec. I.05 - On Voting of Legislation - A senator may only vote for a bill during a session, or, under recognized circumstances, through mail-in voting. For mail-in voting, the letter must be addressed to the Gran Orator. Sec. I.06 - On Privacy between the Duana and the Senate - Unless summoned to a session, the Senate must uphold the secrecy and privacy of classified national information in any meetings conducted amongst Senators and the Duana. ARTICLE II, SECTION II: Code of Conduct for the Gran Orator Sec. II.01 - On Election - The Gran Orator shall be elected or appointed pursuant to the Edict of Senatus Civis. Sec. II.02 - On Application - The Gran Orator shall adhere to the rules enumerated within Art. II, Sec. I and Art. II, Sec. II of this resolution. Sec. II.03 - On Moderation - The Gran Orator must moderate all procedures, debates, and votes conducted within the Senate. Sec. II.04 - On Recordation - The Gran Orator must record the attendance, minutes and proceedings of each senate session. The Gran Orator has discretion on whether or not to publish the records. Sec. II.05 - On Integrity - The Gran Orator may be a part of any political party within the Senate. However, Gran Orator must be unbiased in their moderation of Senatorial debates and proceedings. Sec. II.06 - On Privacy - The Gran Orator must keep all meetings between the Crown and themselves private. However, with the Crown’s ascent, the Gran Orator may share the details or information regarding the meeting to the Senate in a PRIVATE meeting. ARTICLE III, SECTION I: Disciplinary Action for Senators Sec. I.01 - On Application - This article applies to all senators, including the Gran Orator. Sec. I.02 - On Severe/Continuous Violations - If a Senator continuously violates any code of conduct or rule enumerated in this resolution, the Gran Orator may file a notice of disciplinary action to the Crown. Through the Crown’s ascent, the Senator may be removed from office pursuant to the Edict of Senatus Civis. Sec. I.03 - On Violations amidst Sessions - If a senator violates the rules stated in Article II, Section I during a session, pursuant to the Edict of Senatus Civis, the Gran Orator may remove a Senator from the ongoing session at their own discretion but with good cause. Sec. I.04 - On Violations Conducted by the Gran Orator - Pursuant to the Edict of Senatus Civis, if the Gran Orator violates the code of conduct stated within Article II, Sections I and II the Senate may call for a vote of no confidence. Thus, under the watchful gaze of the Almighty, The Senate hereby adheres to the rules and principles enumerated within this resolution for the betterment of the Kingdom of Balian. AD GLORIAM DEI, Her Royal Majesty, Sybille I, by the Grace of GOD, Queen of Balian, Princess of Providence, Duchess of Helena, Reutov, Sunholdt and Lorraine, Countess of Pompourelia and Kositz, Viscountess of Eflen and Anatis, Baroness of Renzfeld, Brucca, Valens, Malenos, Montcoure and Ciavola, Lady of Portoregne, Atrus and Monterosa, Warden of La Costa Rubinissima, Protector of the Heartlanders and the South, etcetera Father Ivan var Ruthern, Gran Orator of the Senate, Voice of Her Majesty’s Legislature, Clergyman of the Archdiocese of Lotharia.
  5. Father Ivan’s priest senses were tingling. “I sense a fellow brother of the cloth getting too lost in Ruthern sauce in the force…”
  6. Father Ivan thinks that some of his Ruthern kin from both sides of the family, Balian and Haense alike, should seek Penance for their overcompensating egos.
  7. The Second Senatorial Session Published by the Office of the Gran Orator on 9th of Horen’s Calling, 111 BA HEAR YE! HEAR YE! The Balianese Senate, the legislative body of the Kingdom of Balian, shall convene on the 8th of Owyn’s Flame, in the Year of Our Lord 111 B.A. All senators must be present during this session. The members of the Balianese public are invited to attend and watch at the upper floor of Ledicort’s Hall. LEGISLATIVE AGENDA: This session shall entail the introduction of the proposal of the Senate Resolution Bill I.01, and the Financial Audit Bill. All senators must either discuss or vote for the bill in the Senate chambers, or mail-in their voting to the Gran Orator. Senators may also introduce any other bills on the floor. Future projects and agendas shall also be discussed during the session. May the Almighty grant us the strength to serve our people. IN NOMINE DEI, Father Ivan var Ruthern, Gran Orator of the Senate, Voice of Her Majesty’s Legislature, Clergyman of the Archdiocese of Lotharia.
  8. Name: Ivan var Ruthern Age: 20 Residence: Marsana Did you fill out the Census? Da (IGN: ) WaveLincoln (Discord:) wavelincoln
  9. “I don’t see an issue with this.” Commented Ivan with a nod of approval as he read the missive. “Two nations who share similarities with one another are now together as one. This is good news! The heartlands is healing.”
  10. Ivan scratched his head upon reading the decree. "Although I understand the numerosity of ibleesian cultists and sympathizers donning tattoos upon their bodies...I fear a sudden knee-jerk reaction in banning all forms of tattoos proves more harm than good in culling fears from the faithful populace." The Ruthern let out a sigh as he set the paper down, "His Holiness had good intentions...but at what point does fear conflict with the sanctity of faith and safety of our flock? There are some faithful members of our Canon flock who adorn religious tattoos, ink, and henna revering our faith and the scrolls. The necessity of the preseverence of our faith in conjunction with the respect of local cultures is imperative to promote virtue. Fearing the unknown and letting such govern our decisions only weakens our willpower." He then knelt before his bedside as he clasped his hands together, "I pray that our innocent members of the Canon flock need not be persecuted out of overzealous and irrational fear of the ink."
  11. An aging De Pelear, now a hermit travelling amongst the realms and settlements of Mankind, read the missive in a village within the rural heartlands of Aaun . Cesar then raised a curious brow. "Finally...unity amongst mankind. It was something I once advocated to the late Aleksandr. I am pleased to see the other leaders of the realms of Canondom feel the same way." Yet he was curious to why a certain nation was missing. Maybe the reason was more than meets the eye...However after a few brief seconds, he raised his shoulders in a shrug. "Eh, ya no es mi problema. It is not my problem anymore." ------- Ivan var Ruthern read the missive with a smile, nodding his head in content approval and agreement. "Unity amongst mankind...we are getting ever the more closer to such a goal. Her Majesty has done dobry!" There were many more drafts and manifestos which Ivan seeks to publish for public view, but this official missive from the covenant was a good first step for mankind. "Back to the writing board." He murmured as he picked up his quill.
  12. Venus stands in her arch

    Her son Cupid flies above her 

    Winter’s wrath had brought death 

    But from the desolation, life emerges 

    Botticelli calls it rebirth 

    As the grass dies, orange trees begin to rise 

    But Sandro did you forget?

    Oranges grow in the winter. 

  13. Ivan couldn’t be more prouder of his father. “Way to go Papej!” The merriment in Marsana would continue on for the entire night that day.
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