MESSENGER GROUP BILL 2020
[Royal Assent, October 7, 2020]
A bill which creates an alert system to all citizens when important information is posted in various groups directly connected to Scone.
BE IT ENACTED by the King’s Most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords and Burgesses in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:
I. SHORT TITLE
This bill may be cited for all purposes as the “Messenger Bill.”
II. CREATION OF THE GROUP
A. A new messenger group will be created that allows immediate contact with all citizens of Scone at the same time.
B. Citizen will be invited on creation of the group and given the opportunity to leave at their leisure
C. The Home Secretary, or a nominated member of the cabinet, should the Home Secretary encumbered, will be in charge of ensuring that only citizens are invited to the group and removed on their departure from the kingdom
III. USE OF THE GROUP
A. The Messenger group system will only be accessible to Citizens and Wards in Chancery of the Kingdom of Scone, Glennish dominions and provinces.
B. The Group may only be used as a point of information to citizens, to alert them when a new post has been created that involves all Citizens, such as, but not limited to; debates on laws, Votes of various dispositions and important announcements. These notifications should only be made by the authority it pertains to or through the private secretary or director of communications if said authority has them at their disposal.
C. When a post is made to alert all citizens, a link to the post must also be presented at the same time on both the main relevant pages and discord server.
D. The group may also be used as a way of contacting members of the government if a citizen does not who they may require to enquire about a specific issue, question or query.
E. The Messenger group is not to be used as a group chat which may clog up lines of enquiry any enquiries made, such as detailed in (III D). Can then be taken elsewhere for discussion once contact has been made.
IV. ABUSE OF THE GROUP
A. Any deliberate abuse of the group may result in reprimand or in the worst case, removal from the group for a specified amount of time.
VI. ROUTE OF APPEAL.
A. If a citizen is removed from the Group and they believe it is unlawful their reinstatement into the group can be appealed to the Court of Common Pleas.
This legislation and all the provisions therein shall come into force upon receiving Royal Assent.