The Legal Code is to be amended as follows: Spoiler: Marked Version Section 7.2: Regional Officers 6. Regional Officers may only be appointed and granted powers as explicitly allowed under this section. 7. The Serving Delegate may assign any Regional Power, with the exception of Border Control, to any government official or nation created for the purpose of performing government functions. 8. The Serving Delegate may assign Border Control powers to any of the three members of the Security Council earliest in the Order of Succession. 9. In the event of a Delegate Emergency, or with the permission of a majority vote of the Regional Assembly, the Serving Delegate may assign Border Control powers to any member of the Security Council. 10. The WA Delegate will promptly grant all Regional Powers to the Serving Delegate and assign additional powers to other government officials or regional nations as instructed. 11. The Delegate, Vice Delegate, and Executive Officers are required to present a summary report of the actions of their office to the Regional Assembly on a monthly basis in which the elapsed time is no more than 30 days after their previous report. The inclusion of sensitive information may be omitted at the discretion of the report author. I see this legislation as a way to increase communication between those who serve and represent the interests of our region and the citizenry. These reports will allow citizens to engage the Executive and remain educated on the functions and whereabouts of the region. This requirement also increases transparency and may even be a way for ministers to recruit new and active members to their ministries.