0th Congress of Arkonia

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The 0th Congress of Arkonia is the current governing legislative branch of Arkonia.

Congress of Arkonia
0th Congress of the Federal Kingdom of Arkonia
Type
Type
Houses 2
History
Founded January 22, 2019 (2019-01-22)
Preceded by Legislative Assembly of the Federal Kingdom of Arkonia
Succeeded by First Congress
Leadership
N/A, N/A
since N/A
N/A, N/A
since N/A
Structure
Seats 22
Patriot Party of Arkonia, Absolutist Party of Arkonia, Social Democratic Party of Arkonia, Memeist Party of Arkonia
High Assembly of Arkonia political groups
N/A
House of Representatives of Arkonia committees Administration, Appropriations, Armed Services, Education and Labor, Ethics, Foreign Affairs, Judiciary, Oversight, Reform, and Rules
High Assembly of Arkonia committees Administration, Appropriations, Armed Services, Education and Labor, Ethics, Foreign Affairs, Oversight, Reform, and Rules
Joint committees
Emergency
Elections
First-past-the-post
First-past-the-post
November 2018
April 2019
April 2019
Meeting place
Online
Website
Official Site

Etymology

The Name of "0th Congress" was given because the 0th Congress was not elected as the Congress of Arkonia, but is contained of wholly of holdovers from the Federal Kingdom of Arkonia. The first elected congress will be called the "1st Congress".

List of Legislation

Not Voted on yet

  1. The Legislative Rules Act[1]
  2. The Alert System Act[2]
  3. The Titles Act[3]
  4. The Military is Back Act[4]
  5. Condemnation of Venezuela Act[5]
  6. Political Reorganization Act[6]

Passed

References

  1. The Legislative Rules Act Written on the 23 of January by A. Dillman.
  2. The Alert System Act Written on the 25th of January by A. Dillman.
  3. The Titles Act Written on the 27th of January by A. Dillman.
  4. The Military is Back Act Written from February 1–10 by A. Dillman
  5. Condemnation of Venezuela Act Written on February 8, 2019 by A. Dillman.
  6. Political Reorganization Act Written from February 15–26, 2019 by A. Dillman.