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== Assembly elections ==  
== Assembly elections ==  

Revision as of 13:31, 17 September 2021

The third Parlerment elections are scheduled to be held during the ninth month of 1701. At the same time, regional elections are scheduled for the legislative assembles in the States and districts of Hurmu.

See also 1701 Hurmu general elections/IRL for the OOC procedure of the election.

Procedure

Eighteen seats in the Senate (double the seats from the previous Senate), elected by the members of the Order of the Holy Lakes, and 99 seats in the Assembly, elected by persons with legal and permanent residence in Hurmu are up for election. All electors must be at least 18 years of age on the last day of the election. Thus not only citizens of Hurmu are allowed to vote, but legally resident foreigners too. Citizenship is a prerequisite, however, for being a candidate.

Residents in the Lake District will elect 38 members of the Assembly, while residents in Lontinien will elect 28 members, and Rekozemlje 31 members. Residents of the District of the Warring Islands and the District of Northern Bretland will be represented by 1 member each. Legal residency is not recognised in the Southern District, and as such, that district will remain outside the remit of the election. Hurmu citizens resident the Southern District or in Eesdeheito, as well as Hurmu citizens living abroad, may vote through their constituency of origin. Citizens who are members of the Order of the Holy Lakes do not vote in Assembly elections but in the Senate election.

The constitution of Hurmu allows for referendums to be held at the same time. Such referendums are binding and require the majority of electors to the Senate to be in favour in order to be binding upon the state institutions of Hurmu, for example amending the constitution or adopting legislation. Another option is for the Electorate through voting in the affirmative or negative to a question bind the Senate to introduce or not to introduce legislation on a specific matter. No provision in the constitution allows for country-wide referendums for Assembly voters.

Senate elections

In this Senate election, the adult members of the Order of the Holy Lakes, who during the year 1701 will reach an age of 18 or more, are electors. The electors will elect an enlarged Senate. The Senate will thus be expanded from 9 members to 18.

Registered Lists

Ayreonist List (A)

  1. Anskar Isamma
  2. Kir Ayreon-Kalirion of Waffel-Paine
  3. Eliza Aabooð
  4. Yukiji Ayreon-Kalirion of Waffel-Paine
  5. Johannes Klaron Djupvik
  6. Silva Astemaa
  7. Karl Tryggve
  8. Julia Osmondsdottra
  9. Julián de Todos los Santos
  10. Marianne Andersen
  11. Marcel Jolicoeur


Conservative List (C)

Humanist List (H)

  1. Daniyal al-Osman
  2. Jamshid-e Osman
  3. Chaghagan Khoga
  4. Ghawetkiin Enkhjargal
  5. Ardashir Babakan-e Osman
  6. Alissa Guadalim
  7. Khoga Orduoronartai
  8. Azen u-Germask
  9. Royston Merrick IV

Traditionalist List (T)

  1. Li Naomiai Avon-El
  2. Jan u-Samil Spiik
  3. Lyudmila Eduardovna
  4. Patrik Djupvik
  5. Erik Tyve Andersen
  6. Janek Tryggve
  7. Ellen Aarevalla
  8. Oden Djupvik
  9. Kersti Kallas
  10. Ivan "Hopsy" Maksimilianov-Shvinnskiy
  11. Monika Saajar
  12. Viktor Andreyevich Abramov
  13. Yrsa Djupvik
  14. Roderik Djupvik


Verionist List (V)

  1. Abigail Elenkoo
  2. Isor Verion
  3. Rachid Norgelai
  4. James Norwood
  5. Anders Zephyrion
  6. Thor Petersbuy
  7. Peter Sherrinford
  8. Aliande of Laegel
  9. Lisbet Vastorion
  10. Baldwin de Montfort

Assembly elections

Hurmu residents in the States of Hurmu and in the districts of Northern Bretland and the Warring Islands, as well as Hurmu citizens living abroad, may vote in the election to the Assembly of Representatives, provided they are above the age of 18 (or will turn 18 during the year of the election), and are not members of the Order of the Holy Lakes (in which case they will vote in the Senate election).

Residents in the Lake District will elect 38 members of the Assembly, while residents in Lontinien will elect 28 members, and Rekozemlje 31 members. Residents of the District of the Warring Islands and the District of Northern Bretland will be represented by 1 member each. Legal residency is not recognised in the Southern District, and as such, that district will remain outside the remit of the election. Hurmu citizens resident the Southern District or in Eesdeheito, as well as Hurmu citizens living abroad, may vote through their constituency of origin. Citizens who are members of the Order of the Holy Lakes do not vote in Assembly elections but in the Senate election.

State and elections

Lake District

Lontinien

Northern Bretland

Rekozemlje

Warring Islands

Referendums

Order of the Holy Lakes referendums

  • Question 1: Should Hurmu adopt its own currency based on the value of gold, including establishing a central bank, setting its own monetary policies, and leaving the currency area and monetary policies of Craitland?

Regional referendums

Lontinien

  • Question: Should the position of Khaghan of Lontinien be re-introduced and made a permanent office for the head of state of Lontinien, elected by the Legislative Assembly of Lontinien for six-year terms?