An Amendment to C.VI.III
PREAMBLE: Shall the members of the Congress take actions upon the recent petition and recent confusion of C.VI.III.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE STATE OF FIRESTONE CONGRESS HERE ASSEMBLED THAT:
SECTION 1: The State of Firestone Constitution shall be amended.
SECTION 1A: Section III, Article I states:
An individual may put forth an inactivity notice, advising of how they may be inactive for reasons plausible, which may only last for a maximum of fourteen (14) days; though an individual may only put forth an inactivity notice no more than once every thirty (30) days.
SECTION 2: Section III, Article I shall now state:
Whereas a government official shall put forth an inactivity notice, advising of how they may be inactive for reasons plausible, which may only last for a maximum of twenty-one (21) days; shall the government official wish to go inactive again, that individual shall wait thirty days (30) days before requesting another inactivity notice. The department heads shall be the only ones permitted to set inactivity policies on their own department. The department head of the same department that the individual is in shall be the only person who has permission to grant an official leave of absence.
SECTION 2A: Department heads shall be defined as: Secretary, Deputy Secretary, Sheriff, Undersheriff, Superintendent, Colonel, Director, Deputy Director, Attorney General, Deputy Attorney General, Fire Chief, Deputy Chief, Commander, Major General, and the Secretary of the requestee’s respective department.
SECTION 3: Upon passage from both chambers of Congress, the amendment shall take effect immediately.
SECTION 4: All laws in conflict with this legislation are hereby declared null and void.
Respectfully submitted to the Congress of the State of Firestone,