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The Ladonian Parliament
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The Parliament is rather a new institution in Ladonia - it was opened on the 1st of March, 1998. The outline of the Parliament is still open for discussions. The opinion exchange, which preceeded the opening can be read on the Parliament Discussions page. There are still some vacancies open. If you wish to take part in the Ladonian Parliament, send you request to the Speaker.
Voting is a recent addition to the pariamentary activities. The questions put on voting will normally be first put on Agenda and discussed.
Here are details about each specific voting:
Parliament Voting #1 Question: Which type of majority should ratify a question on voting? This voting is closed. The results stated that over 50% majority should ratify a question.
Parliament Voting #2 (internal) Question: Does Ladonia need a new illustrated multi-paged passport? The results of the voting show that the majority of MLPs are for creation of a new Ladonian passport. The Passport Workgroup has been organized.
Parliament Voting #3(internal) Question: Should Ladonia introduce medals and orders as a mean of awarding outstanding deeds? The results of this voting lead to creation of Medal Designing Workgroup.
Parliament Voting #4 Question: Should the suggested two-week Anti-Action-Holidays be held in Ladonia for the reasons posted? Read Lord Aslak's posting "Re-vitalizing Ladonia: Shup up!" on the Agendaboard. The results show that the majority of still active Ladonians are for the Anti-Action-Holidays (with proportions 5 for, 2 against, and 2 unsure, giving 56% majority).
Here are the cases currently set on the Parliament's agenda (even if they do not appear on the board!):
Workgroups is an experiment, conducted to make Parliament's work more effective. A workgroup consisting of 5-6 MLPs gets a task for discussion, and shall present the results to the Parliament when this discussion/work is complete. At the present, there are two active workgroups. MLPs and Ladonians are welcome to make suggestions and inquiries with the workgroup.
Parties and Organisations
The Ladonian Parliament is also a place, where various parties and fractions can represent their views. There are currently three parties and organizations registered or assosiated with the Parliament: