Esteemed participants of the Congress, may I propose these amendments to our Key Statute (please use the latest party Digest 7.0 for reference, it's available here):
1. Amend clause #6 to read: "The MRPT is composed of Party Members. Party Members can be appointed Party Offices. (See parts II and III)" Reason: grammar
2. Amend clause #8 to read: "Every Party Member can quit the party by simply and clearly stating his wish. Party membership is renounced once a Member has stated his desire to quit or loses his Talossan citizenship."
Also, add a new clause after clause #8: "In case a Party Member dies, his status changes from "Party Member" to "Party Member in Peace". His membership is thus not revoked". Reason: I thought it would be a good gesture to honor Party Members who stay with the Party till their end.
3. Remove clause #14 in its' entirety. Reason: I don't remember us ever having a Party Recruiter. I feel this office is redundant because we rarely actively encourage others to join us (our materials and propaganda serve that purpose) and even if we do, I doubt we need a special office for that.
4. Remove clause #15 in it's entirety. Reason: pretty much the same, this office seems redundant. On Talossan scale I don't see it being useful.
5. Amend clause #44 to read: "The Party Digest consists of sections. The mandatory sections are: Section 1: Introduction; Section 2: Key Statute; Section 3: Party Logo; Section 4: MC Regulations; Section 5: Congress Regulations." Reason: the last sentence about changing the contents of the Digest is redundant because obviously it should be done by amending this very clause.
6. Amend clause #47 to read: "The Key Statute and Congress regulations may only be amended in a vote in which the PËR votes outnumber the CON votes." Reason: it was "by a factor of 2", but isn't that too inflexible for a small party?"
7. Remove clause #48 in it's entirety. Reason: it was "Any major change to documents or other regulations is subject to Referendum or vote at the party Congress, except where otherwise provided.", but it seems redundant because #47 already says about voting, and _how_ exactly we vote is already obvious from other clauses: it's either Congress or a simple vote. Also "major change" was never really defined.
Last Edit: May 21, 2018 8:16:40 GMT 1 by Alèxandreu