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This page shows every state legislature and all the applicable laws determined by local governments.

States Constitution Edit

The States Constitution defines all the laws and working system of the States. It needs a 2/3 Majority in the People's Federal Assembly to be modified.

Article 1 : This constitution takes full effect once it has been approved by 2/3 of the members in the Congress.

Article 2 : Every state may create or modify laws in a series of subjects that are purposely left to local governments by the Congress. See the list of subjects here: https://particracy.fandom.com/wiki/States_of_Beluzia

Article 3 : Every law created or modified by a State Parliament applies only on the territory of the State.

Article 4 : In order to create or modify a law in a State, a political party has to : 

1 - Create a bill (like this one)

2 - Indicate in the bill the State in which the change applies.

3 - Indicate the new legislation(s) proposed or the modification(s) proposed to the laws in application

4 - The bill has to obtain more "yes" votes than "no" votes (or a 2/3 majority) from parties represented in this State Parliament. 

For example, if a party has an absolute majority in a State Parliament, this party can be the only one to vote "yes" for a law modification to pass. 

Article 6 : A State Parliament cannot have less than 50 seats and more than 500 seats. 

Article 7 : The electoral threshold for the election of State Parliaments cannot be higher than 10% of the casted votes. 

Article 8 : A law that has not yet been created is referred to as "undetermined" on the Wikia page (https://particracy.fandom.com/wiki/States_of_Beluzia).

Article 9 : Only 2 laws per year can be MODIFIED for every State. There is no superior limit on the number of laws that can be CREATED (referred to as "undetermined on the Wikia page). 

Article 10 : The election of State Parliaments takes place at the same time the Congress Election takes place.  Article 11 : This Constitution can be modified with a 2/3 majority in congress. 

Article 12 : This page holds every important information in order to modify or create laws in every State of Beluzia: https://particracy.fandom.com/wiki/States_of_Beluzia

State governments Edit

See this page: https://particracy.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_States_governments_in_Beluzia

Westmoreland Edit

Party Seats +/-
PP
124 / 250
Decrease 11
ONOP!
56 / 250
Decrease 6
SH
43 / 250
Increase 28
BRP
15 / 250
Increase 15
SUP
12 / 250
Increase 12
UBWP
0 / 250
Decrease 39
NRF
0 / 250
Increase 0
CB
0 / 250
Increase 0

Westmoreland Prime Minister: Dorothy Naismith (PP)  

Governing majority: PP-BRP  

LegislationEdit

2/3  majority (!)Edit

  • Number of seats in the parliament : 250
  • Electoral treshold : 3%
  • Electoral system : Webster/Sainte-Laguë method

1/2 +1 majorityEdit

  • State of emergency: no
  • Curfew policy (if a state of emergency has been declared): no
  • Charter school policy (free, privately run, publicly funded schools): undetermined
  • Government funding for private schools: undetermined
  • The government's policy towards the funding of libraries: undetermined
  • Commercial fishing regulation: undetermined
  • Government policy on the nation's power grid: undetermined
  • Education system:
  • Regulation of advertising of substances classified as addictive and harmful (if general advertising by companies is permitted and sale of the addictive/harmful products is allowed):
  • The government's policy regarding child benefit:
  • The appointment of mayors:
  • State penalties for blasphemy:
  • Policy on airports:

Bamburgh Edit

Party Seats +/-
ONOP!
76 / 250
Decrease 13
BRP
51 / 250
Increase 51
SUP
47 / 250
Increase 47
UBWP
36 / 250
Decrease 33
SH
24 / 250
Decrease 7
PP
16 / 250
Decrease 45
CB
0 / 250
Increase 0
NRF
0 / 250
Increase 0

Bamburgh Prime Minister: Ron Cowley (ONOP!)

Governing majority: ONOP!-BRP

LegislationEdit

2/3  majority (!)Edit

  • Number of seats in the parliament : 250
  • Electoral treshold : 0%
  • Electoral system : Webster/Sainte-Laguë method

1/2 +1 majorityEdit

  • State of emergency: no
  • Curfew policy (if a state of emergency has been declared): no
  • Charter school policy (free, privately run, publicly funded schools):Charter schools must be non-profit and have a specific focus
  • Government funding for private schools: undetermined
  • The government's policy towards the funding of libraries: undetermined
  • Commercial fishing regulation: The government establishes fishing quotas.
  • Government policy on the nation's power grid: undetermined
  • Education system:
  • Regulation of advertising of substances classified as addictive and harmful (if general advertising by companies is permitted and sale of the addictive/harmful products is allowed):
  • The appointment of mayors:
  • State penalties for blasphemy:
  • Policy on airports:

Bailon Edit

Party Seats +/-
SUP
26 / 70
Increase 26
BRP
16 / 70
Increase 16
CB
11 / 70
Increase 11
UBWP
11 / 70
Decrease 19
ONOP!
4 / 70
Decrease 10
PP
0 / 70
Decrease 26
SH
0 / 70
Decrease 0
NRF
0 / 70
Increase 0

Bailon Prime Minister: ?? (SUP)

Governing majority: SUP-UBWP


LegislationEdit

2/3  majority (!)Edit

  • Number of seats in the parliament : 70
  • Electoral treshold : 5%
  • Electoral system : Webster/Sainte-Laguë method

1/2 +1 majorityEdit

  • State of emergency: no
  • Curfew policy (if a state of emergency has been declared): no
  • Charter school policy (free, privately run, publicly funded schools): Charter schools must be non-profit and have a specific focus.
  • Government funding for private schools: Private schools are given funding on a case-by-case basis.
  • Commercial fishing regulation: The government establishes fishing quotas.
  • Government policy on the nation's power grid: The national grid is fully owned by the state.
  • Education system: There is a free public education system alongside private schools.
  • Regulation of advertising of substances classified as addictive and harmful (if general advertising by companies is permitted and sale of the addictive/harmful products is allowed): Advertising is banned.
  • The government's policy regarding child benefit: Child benefits are granted according to race. Bonuses are granted for large families
  • The appointment of mayors: The candidate obtaining the most votes at a mayoral election becomes the mayor.
  • State penalties for blasphemy: Blaspheming Hosianism and Kamism is fined.
  • Policy on airports: The government has some involvement in the ownership and operation of airports, but leaves a role for the private sector too.

Harlingen Edit

Party Seats +/-
BRP
52 / 250
Increase 52
UBWP
45 / 250
Decrease 32
SUP
41 / 250
Increase 41
CB
39 / 250
Increase 39
PP
28 / 250
Decrease 57
ONOP!
27 / 250
Decrease 40
SH
18 / 250
Decrease 3
NRF
0 / 250
Increase 0

Harlingen Prime Minister: Alfred Winter (BRP)

Governing majority: BRP-CB-PP-SH


LegislationEdit

2/3  majority (!)Edit

  • Number of seats in the parliament : 250
  • Electoral treshold : 0%
  • Electoral system : Webster/Sainte-Laguë method

1/2 +1 majorityEdit

  • State of emergency: no
  • Curfew policy (if a state of emergency has been declared): no
  • Charter school policy (free, privately run, publicly funded schools): undetermined
  • Government funding for private schools: undetermined
  • The government's policy towards the funding of libraries: undetermined
  • Commercial fishing regulation: undetermined
  • Government policy on the nation's power grid: undetermined
  • Education system:
  • Regulation of advertising of substances classified as addictive and harmful (if general advertising by companies is permitted and sale of the addictive/harmful products is allowed):
  • The government's policy regarding child benefit:
  • The appointment of mayors:
  • State penalties for blasphemy:
  • Policy on airports:

Negunia Edit

Party Seats +/-
ONOP!
120 / 250
Decrease 11
PP
67 / 250
Decrease 10
SUP
21 / 250
Increase 21
SH
17 / 250
Increase 0
BRP
16 / 250
Increase 16
UBWP
9 / 250
Decrease 16
CB
0 / 250
Increase 0
NRF
0 / 250
Increase 0

Negunia Prime Minister: Christian laker (ONOP!)

Governing majority: ONOP!-BRP

LegislationEdit

2/3  majority (!)Edit

  • Number of seats in the parliament : 250
  • Electoral treshold : 3%
  • Electoral system : Webster/Sainte-Laguë method

1/2 +1 majorityEdit

  • State of emergency: no
  • Curfew policy (if a state of emergency has been declared): no
  • Charter school policy (free, privately run, publicly funded schools): Charter schools must be non-profit and have a specific focus.
  • Government funding for private schools: Private schools are given funding on a case-by-case basis. The ministry of education of Negunia will determine if the funding can be granted or not based on the school's characteristics.
  • Commercial fishing regulation: The government establishes fishing quotas.
  • Government policy on the nation's power grid: The national grid is fully owned by the state.
  • Education system: There is a free public education system alongside private schools. There will be regular checks in private schools to verify if they follow the national curriculum.
  • Regulation of advertising of substances classified as addictive and harmful (if general advertising by companies is permitted and sale of the addictive/harmful products is allowed): Advertising is banned.
  • The government's policy regarding child benefit: Child benefits are granted according to race. Bonuses are granted for large families
  • The appointment of mayors: The candidate obtaining the most votes at a mayoral election becomes the mayor.
  • State penalties for blasphemy: Blaspheming Hosianism and Kamism is fined.
  • Policy on airports: The government has some involvement in the ownership and operation of airports, but leaves a role for the private sector too.
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