Writing and amending the legislation of direct interests

Within the constitution of a Republic each congress of direct interests has the right to be represented by an elected legislator. They will be responsible for writing their legislation and any amendments to it. Each congress shall also have the right to elect a delegate who will take it to a place (the symposium?), where all the other delegates can vote for it. If passed it becomes law after it is signed by all the delegates. A chairperson is also to be elected to take responsibility for keeping the proceedings in order.

edited on Mar 18, 2015 by Noita Sadler
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