Trying to keep this short and sweet to avoid any problems with trying to go deeper into defining the exact powers and limits of advisers to the delegate, so here we go: Spoiler: Old first post Spoiler: Markup Version Article 3 Section 8 of the Constitution will be amended as follows: 1. The Delegate will be the head of state and government of The North Pacific and hold the in-game position of delegate. 2. The Delegate may eject and ban nations from the region as permitted by law, and will eject or ban nations from the region when required by law. 3. The Delegate may negotiate treaties with foreign powers. No treaty will come into effect unless approved by a two-thirds majority vote of the Regional Assembly. 4. When a proposal of the Regional Assembly to enact, amend or repeal a law is passed, the Speaker shall promptly present it to the Delegate, and it shall take effect immediately upon their signature. 5. The Delegate may veto a proposal of the Regional Assembly to enact, amend or repeal a law within one week of its passage. 6. The Regional Assembly may override such a veto by a two-thirds majority vote, which shall cause a proposal to take immediate effect. 7. If a proposal of the Regional Assembly to enact, amend or repeal a law has not been signed or vetoed by the Delegate, it shall take effect seven days after being passed. 8. The Delegate may appoint executive officers and may dismiss these officers freely. Executive officers may be regulated by law.and advisors to assist them and may dismiss these appointees freely. Executive officers and advisors may be regulated by law. 9. The Vice Delegate will chair the Security Council and enforce the continued eligibility of its members as determined by law. 10.. The Vice Delegate will hold the second most endorsements in the region. The Delegate may eject or ban any nation which exceeds any legally mandated endorsement limit. 11. In the case of a vacancy or absence in the office of Delegate or Vice Delegate, the first available person in the line of succession will assume the duties of the vacated position. If a member of the line of succession assumes the duties of either position while serving in, or having assumed the duties of, any other constitutionally-mandated elected office, they will be considered absent from that office. 12. The Delegate and Vice Delegate will be elected by the Regional Assembly by a majority vote every four months. No person shall be elected Delegate to a full or partial term in three consecutive election cycles. Chapter 7 Section 7.1 of the Legal Code will be amended as follows: 2. Executive Officers are government officials appointed by the Delegate to assist in the execution of their duties. 3. Executive Advisors are government officials appointed by the Delegate to offer advice and council to the Delegate. 4. The Serving Delegate is the person holding the constitutionally-mandated elected office of the Delegate or, in the case of a vacancy in that office, the person that has assumed the duties of that office. 5. The WA Delegate is the nation holding the WA Delegacy of the region The North Pacific. Happy to hear suggestions on alternate wording but I'd like to be clear - the intention here is ensure that advisors to the delegate are brought under the law are subject to all the other limitations that other delegate appointees are, including recall.