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Should the below bylaws replace the current Taijitu Founder Committee bylaws?

Yes
5 (83.3%)
No
0 (0%)
Abstain
1 (16.7%)

Total Members Voted: 6

Voting closed: July 30, 2016, 04:51:31 PM

Author Topic: New Bylaws Ratification  (Read 11848 times)

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New Bylaws Ratification
« on: July 23, 2016, 04:51:31 PM »
Quote from: New Bylaws
Committee Bylaws
1. The Taijitu Founders Committee, hereafter called the Founders, is incorporated in Taijitu and subject to its jurisprudence. The Founders reserve the right to ignore arbitrary or capricious exercise of the judiciary's power by unanimous agreement.
2. The Founders will decide on rules and mechanisms for accessing Taijitu Founder by a majority vote.
3. The Founders may expel a member of the Founders, hereafter called a Founder, by the unanimous consent of the other founders.
4. The citizens of Taijitu, hereafter called the citizens, may propose a new Founder by a majority vote. The Founders may admit a proposed new founder by majority vote.
5. The Founders may amend these bylaws by unanimous consent of the Founders with the consent of the citizens.
6. The Founders must seek to have an odd number of members.
7. Whenever these bylaws refer to the consent of the citizens of Taijitu a vote must be held for at least one week. Forum membership may be a requirement to vote.
8. Each Founder must promise to follow these bylaws and uphold the constitutional government of the region.
9. If a Founder's nation ceases to exist for more than seven days, they will be removed.
10. A proposal by a Founder meets unanimous consent if no Founder objects to it within seven days.

The differences:
Quote from: proposed changes
1. The Taijitu Founders Committee, hereafter called the Founders, is incorporated in Taijitu and subject to its jurisprudence. The Founders reserve the right to ignore arbitrary or capricious exercise of the judiciary's power by unanimous agreement.
2. The Founders will decide on rules and mechanisms for accessing Taijitu Founder by a majority vote.
3. The Founders may expel a member of the Founders, hereafter called a Founder, by the unanimous consent of the other founders.
4. The citizens of Taijitu, hereafter called the citizens, may propose a new Founder by a majority vote. The Founders may admit a proposed new founder by majority vote.
5. The Founders may amend these bylaws by unanimous consent of the Founders with the consent of the citizens.
6. The Founders must seek to have an odd number of members.
7. Whenever these bylaws refer to the consent of the citizens of Taijitu a vote must be held for at least one week. Forum membership may be a requirement to vote.
8. Each Founder must promise to follow these bylaws and uphold the constitutional government of the region.
9. Each Founder must make themselves available to each Senate during its term.
9. If a Founder's nation ceases to exist for more than seven days, they will be removed.
10. A proposal by a Founder meets unanimous consent if no Founder objects to it within seven days.


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