NS 263-3: Registrar-General Reform Act [PASSED] Oct 7, 2017 11:48:19 GMT -5
Post by Markanite on Oct 7, 2017 11:48:19 GMT -5
NS 263-3: Registrar-General Reform Act
Record Number: NS 263-3
1. The Registrar-General shall be appointed by the Chief Executive in accordance with the constitution of XKI, and shall serve until dismissed or resigned.
2. The Registrar-General may be any person the Chief Executive chooses who is otherwise eligible to run for delegate or senator of XKI.
3. The Registrar-General shall be given access to the Council of Nine, and shall be a non-voting observer in matters before the council, which:
a. Should the founder appoint a non-senator or minister to the role, the Registrar-General shall refrain from discussing council matters, as would be required of any senator or minister the same.
b. Should any minister or senator be appointed as Registrar-General, they shall be able to vote as their seat allows but shall receive no additional preference in council matters.
4. It shall be the responsibility of the Registrar-General to act as Chief of Staff to the founder, which may include but is not limited to:
a. Aiding the founder, as requested in any functions they wish to delegate, as necessary for the good working order of the council.
b. The archival, explanation, and preservation of laws and votes as required under the constitution and other laws passed by the council.
c. All other duties and responsibilities as defined by the laws of XKI.
5. It shall be the responsibility of the Registrar-General, as requested by, or in-concert with the Founder, to oversee the elections of the Islands which shall include but not be limited to:
a. Announcing and promoting the election to all XKI citizens.
b. Announcing election results, and archiving campaign threads.
c. Aiding elected officials in transition between offices, as requested.
d. Other election related duties that the council or chief executive may define.
6. The registrar general shall receive an additional stipend, above other renumeration, for their work as registrar-general.
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