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A Bill to Amend the Constitution of the Kingdom of Zealandia:


Text of the section (amended):

The Parliament shall consist of two houses: The House Of Commons and The Senate. The House of Commons Shall; be the house in which bills of parliament originate, the bill once passed through the House of Commons, shall be put before the Senate once it has passed through the Senate it is passed on to the Executive Council of Zealandia signs the bill, then the bill is presented to the monarch for royal assent and it becomes an act of parliament. The Senate must not delay any vote on monetary or supply matters by more than two consecutive sittings. If the senate rejects a bill more than four consecutive sitting that bill on the advice of the Speaker of The House of Commons shall be submitted to the people via a referendum if the bill then passes the referendum with a simple majority then it may be submitted before the monarch for royal assent.

Each House of parliament shall have its own speaker, the house of commons has a speaker, and the Senate shall a Chairman. Each house shall have its own debating chamber. The Monarch may order the Parliament into a joint sitting at any time. The Joint sitting shall be called the National Parliament of The Kingdom of Zealandia Fully Assembled. The National Parliament of The Kingdom of Zealandia Fully Assembled shall maintain its own plenary chamber and The National Parliament of The Kingdom of Zealandia Fully Assembled shall have the monarch as its president. All Bills before The National Parliament of The Kingdom of Zealandia Fully Assembled shall having passed by a majority shall be submitted to the Monarch for royal assent.

The Monarch may enter every house, speak in all the house and vote in all the houses of parliament. The Parliament shall operate according to the Westminster System, based on the British parliament.

The legislative power is vested in the Parliament unless legislated elsewhere. Their office ends after a five-year term or when they lose their electoral rights or when the parliament is dissolved, everyone eligible to vote has recourse to the Supreme Court for scrutiny of the elections. The national parliament draws up its own rules of procedures Based on the Westminster system, elects a parliamentary Speaker and elects a Deputy Speaker in the respective houses. Decisions of the Parliament require a majority of the votes cast (simple majority in all houses) unless any law enacted provides otherwise. The Monarch has the right to dissolve parliament at any time and call an election wether this is with the advice of the first minister or not. Members of Parliament are bound by their conscience. Members of Parliament must not be subjected to court proceedings or disciplinary action for a vote cast or a statement made by them in the Parliament. Members of Parliament may not be arrested for opposing the crown whilst being on the opposition. The Bill of supply and The Budget are introduced in the parliament by the Monarch. All Citizens considered old enough have the equal right to vote and to be elected. There is compulsory voting. Anyone who has attained the age of fourteen years is considered old enough to vote Everyone has the right to address written petitions to the competent agencies, to governments, and to parliaments. The Parliament shall meet wherever the monarch decides, this can include the internet. The Parliament may not vote to become a republic.

The monarch is responsible for all elections within the Kingdom of Zealandia.


Text of the Section as of Monday 20 September 2010:

A clause setting out the structure of the parliament of the Kingdom of Zealandia.

The Parliament shall consist of two houses: The House Of Commons, The House of Peers. The House of Commons Shall; be the house in which bills of parliament originate, the bill once passed through the House of Commons, shall be put before the House of peers once it has passed through the house of peers where if it is passed monarch may then give his or her royal assent to the bill and it becomes an act of parliament.

Each House of parliament shall have its own speaker, the house of commons has a speaker, the House of Peers has a Lord Speaker.

The Monarch may enter every house, speak in all the house and vote in all the houses of parliament. The Parliament shall operate according to the Westminster System, based on the British parliament.

The legislative power is vested in the Parliament unless legislated elsewhere. Their office ends after a five-year term or when they lose their electoral rights or when the parliament is dissolved, everyone eligible to vote has recourse to the Supreme Court for scrutiny of the elections. The national parliament draws up its own rules of procedures Based on the Westminster system, elects a parliamentary Speaker and elects a Deputy Speaker in the respective houses. Decisions of the Parliament require a majority of the votes cast (simple majority in all houses) unless any law enacted provides otherwise. The Monarch has the right to dissolve parliament at any time and call an election wether this is with the advice of the first minister or not. Members of Parliament are bound by their conscience. Members of Parliament must not be subjected to court proceedings or disciplinary action for a vote cast or a statement made by them in the Parliament. Members of Parliament may not be arrested for opposing the crown whilst being on the opposition. The Bill of supply and The Budget are introduced in the parliament by the Monarch. All Citizens considered old enough have the equal right to vote and to be elected. There is compulsory voting. Anyone who has attained the age of fourteen years is considered old enough to vote Everyone has the right to address written petitions to the competent agencies, to governments, and to parliaments.

The Parliament shall meet wherever the monarch decides this can include the internet. The Parliament may not vote to become a republic.


The monarch is responsible for all elections within the Kingdom of Zealandia.


The Bill Passed the House of Commons with 18 vote to 0 Votes 1 Abstain 4 Not Present

The Bill Passed The House of Peers with 6 votes to O Votes 1 Abstain 1 Not Present.

The Bill Gained Royal Assent from HM King Anthony

The Bill is now before a Referendum.

The Bill Passed the Required 60% minimum yes vote with the total vote being 85% Yes to 25% No.

The Bill Enters into Effect from 00:01 Hours on Monday November 8, 2010.

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