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Posted: Feb 11 2012, 01:53 PM
Member No.: 5
Joined: 21-June 11
The Creation of Sub-Offices
I. Sub-offices are to be used to help an officer administer his roles.
II. The holder of an office may create a sub-office with defined responsibilities and with approval from the Chief of Staff.
III. The main officeholder is responsible for checking any possible corruption of the sub-officer ensuring that the minor officer is carrying out his/her duty.
IV. An officer may not interfere in the administration of another officerís sub-offices
V. If the main officeholder is removed from office (whether through election or otherwise) the sub-officers are removed with him. The new officeholder will have the choice of getting rid of his/her predecessor's offices or keeping them and filling them with sub-officers they deem fit.
The Sub-Office of Recruitment
I. The sub-office of recruitment is a permanent sub-office under the office of the Chief of Staff
II. There must always be a head of recruitment, appointed by the Chief of Staff
III. The main duty of the Head of Recruitment and the sub-office of recruitment is to grow the regionís population through recruitment
An Explication of Distinct Restrictions on the Government
I. The government may not restrict the freedom of speech of the member nations, put restrictions on their privacy, religion, or right to assemble
II. The government will infringe upon a member nationís sovereignty
III. The government cannot force a member nation to enforce laws passed by the region