Some might say Mal's post was initially answered at the level of substance it has, others might beg to differ, all the things some say can be so confusing.
Some others including yours truly might just say, have a nice campaign!
yes, after this the last thing we need is grounds for another r4r, given that a speedy solution isnt on the table naymore anyway, best to do it thoroughly.
And thanks for letting us know you guys are still working on it and not mia.
In the R4R that has been pending for some time and was the subject of a recent motion to recall the appointed THO's, one of the appointed THO's has vacated his office due to inactivity.
Section 3.2: Appointment of Hearing Officers
4. A conflict of interest occurs when a Justice or...
Has one of the THO's been here since the message in the court thread? Are they even aware of all this? Could an administrator perhaps say if any of them have been here recently?
I havent voted yet on the recall, for now I'm inclined to the benefit of the doubt and the possibility a recall will...
The law very clearly states that quorum is based on number of citizens voting in -at least one of three- votes, not that the lowest number of votes cast in one vote determines the quorum. I gather that the speaker also reads the law this way given the modified quorum posted.
I looked at the registry, but I have no idea how I can determine from it that a citizen voted in one of the last 3 legislative votes or how many citizens in total did that. It does mention a quorum of 12, but it appears that cannot be correct currently as we already know 46 citizens voted in one...
In the debate about recalling THO's it is now relevant what the quorum is to determine how many citizens are needed to force a vote. I think there is currently not a proper reading of the relevant law being applied.
Quorum is determined by the number of citizens who voted in at least one of...