Regional session system

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New Deal
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Top left: The TVA Act signed into law in 1933
Top right: President Franklin D. Roosevelt led the New Dealers;
Bottom: A public mural from the arts program
LocationUnited States
TypeEconomic program
CauseGreat Depression
Organized byPresident Franklin D. Roosevelt
OutcomeReform of Wall Street; relief for farmers and unemployed; Social Security; political power shifts to Democratic New Deal Coalition

The regional session system is a current government policy executed by the Cupertino Alliance government of Jayden Lycon on September 2020.

Establishment of Regional Ministries and Sessions Act
Created 29 August 2020
Ratified 1 September 2020
Authors Sertor Valentinus
Signers Member states of the Cupertino Alliance
Purpose To establish the specialized ministry known as "Regional Ministries"

The Establishment of Regional Ministries and Sessions Act, commonly shortened to the Regional Sessions Act, is a landmark act in the Cupertino Alliance designating the Division of European and African Affairs and the Division of Asian Affairs as regional ministries, granting them the power to host sessions, and changing the main session schedule to occur fortnightly.