Criminal Complaint Against St George

St George

Name of Complainant: St George

Name(s) of Accused: St George

Date(s) of Alleged Offense(s): May 3rd 2019

Specific Crime(s):
Section 1.8. Gross Misconduct
23. "Gross Misconduct" is defined as the violation of an individual's legally mandated sworn oath, either willfully or through negligence.

Summary of Events: On May 3rd 2019 the accused sent a regional telegram about their candidacy for the delegacy via the powers granted to them on-site by their role of Minister of Culture in a breach of Section 7.2 of the legal code:
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.
This I believe would qualify as gross misconduct, as the accused has violated their oath of office.

I, St George, do hereby solemnly swear that during my term as Minister of Culture, I will uphold the ideals of Democracy, Freedom, and Justice of The Region of The North Pacific. I will use the powers and rights granted to me through The North Pacific Constitution and Legal Code in a legal, responsible, and unbiased manner, not abusing my power, committing misfeasance, malfeasance, or nonfeasance in office, in any gross or excessive manner. I will act only in the best interests of The North Pacific, not influenced by personal gain or any outside force, and within the restraints of my legally granted power. As such, I hereby take up the office of Minister of Culture, with all the powers, rights, and responsibilities held therein.