CITIZENSHIP RECORDS ACT 2019
[Passed: 6-0, Royal Assent: 1st Oct 2019]
An Act to require the collection of important citizenship data for elections, and for other purposes.
I. SHORT TITLE
This Act may be cited for all purposes as the “Citizenship Records Act.”
II. DIRECTIONS TO THE HOME SECRETARY CONCERNING CITIZENSHIP RECORDS
A. The Home Secretary shall create and maintain a database with citizenship records.
B. The Home Secretary shall, at a minimum, record the names, e-mail addresses, and Facebook profile links to all lawfully initiated citizens of the Kingdom of Scone.
C. The Home Secretary shall keep this information in a format that may be shared with Election Managers and subsequent Home Secretaries.
D. All persons who have access to citizenship records shall only use the information contained within to carry out official duties of the Kingdom of Scone.
E. Any person who has access to these records and uses this information other than for an official duty within the Kingdom of Scone shall be guilty of a Class A misdemeanor.
F. Any person who has access to these records shall not share the information contained therein except for elections and any other circumstance where the Prime Minister has authorized its sharing for good reason. Any person who shares these records other than for election purposes and without authorization shall be guilty of a Class A misdemeanor.
G. Upon leaving office, the outgoing Home Secretary shall provide the new Home Secretary with access to the database.
H. The Home Secretary may, at their discretion, allow other members of the Home Office to access and update this information. Such persons shall be subject to the same confidentiality requirements and penalties previously outlined.
III. DEADLINE FOR INITIAL COMPLETION
No later than one month after the enactment of this bill, the Home Secretary shall have created this database in compliance with this legislation.
IV. AUTHORIZING THE HOME SECRETARY TO FIND MISSING INFORMATION
A. In the event a citizen filled out an incomplete citizenship application, or if a citizen joined prior to the citizenship application form and failed to provide the information outlined in Section II.B, the Home Secretary shall contact that citizen and obtain the missing information.
B. All citizens shall be required to provide the information to the Home Secretary upon request.
V. CITIZENS RESPONSIBLE FOR UPDATING INFORMATION
In the event that a citizen shall change the information outlined in Section II.B, it is the responsibility of the citizen to contact the Home Secretary to update their information.
This legislation and all the provisions therein shall come into force upon receiving the Royal Assent.