A House Resolution to Establish a No Confidence

A House Resolution to Establish a No Confidence

BE IT ENACTED BY THE STATE OF FIRESTONE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES HERE ASSEMBLED THAT:

Section 1: This resolution shall establish a no confidence vote within the Firestone House of Representatives.

Section 2: The Speaker of the House shall be recognized as the leadership for the Firestone House of Representatives.

Section 2A: A no confidence vote shall be defined as the act of doubting the abilities of the leadership within the Firestone House of Representatives.

Section 2B: In the event of when there is a no confidence vote against the leadership within the House of Representatives, then a session must be conducted and shall require ⅔ + 1 of the chamber present. It shall be the Speaker Pro Tempore who shall preside over the session.

Section 2C: A no confidence vote within the House of Representatives shall be recognized as the chamber’s resolution.

Section 2D: In the event of when a session is conducted for a no confidence vote within the House of Representatives the presiding officer (Speaker Pro Tempore) for the session shall be required to do a reading of the piece being presented. Upon finishing the reading the presiding officer (Speaker Pro Tempore) will open the floor to testimonies that will allow any member of the chamber present to give a testimony. The presiding officer (Speaker Pro Tempore) shall be required to ask individual(s) wanting to give a testimony if they wish to take an oath or affirmation depending on if they believe a god or not. The presiding officer (Speaker Pro Tempore) will then ask the following: (Oath): Do you solemnly swear that you shall give the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help you God.” (Affirmation): Do you solemnly affirm that the evidence you shall give is the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.” Upon finishing all testimonies the presiding officer (Speaker Pro Tempore) shall open the floor to debates. Once all debates concluded, the presiding officer (Speaker Pro Tempore) will open the floor to voting. Votes shall be unanimous which means that all members of the chamber present shall need to be in agreement (the leadership shall be excluded from voting). If the vote passes then the leadership shall be vacated.

Section 3: The Speaker Pro Tempore shall enforce this resolution in the terms of presiding a session going over a no confidence vote. The Governor shall also enforce this resolution in the terms of vacating the leadership (Speaker of the House) should a no confidence vote pass.

Section 4: This resolution shall go into effect immediately upon passing the House of Representatives.

Section 5: All laws in conflict with this resolution are hereby declared null and void.

Respectfully submitted to the Firestone House of Representatives,

Chief-Sponsor(s):

Speaker. Virginian_State

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