Department of Culture Act (DUBS)

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Department of Culture Act
Flag of the Democratic Union, de facto symbol of the National Council
Long titleAn Act of the National Council of the Democratic Union of British States Respecting the creation of a Department of Culture
NicknamesDepartment of Culture Act
Enacted bythe 1st National Council
Effective19th February, 2017
Introduced byRep. Horatio Eden (District of Britannia)
Current statusActive legislation
MSLC CitationDepartment of Culture Act DUN P 2017
DULC CitationL1-2017-13
Legislative history
Considered byHouse Committee on Administrative Affairs
Passed by House of Representatives18th February, 2017 by House (4-1-0)
Signed by Lord President19th February, 2017 by Lord President Horatio Eden
Related legislation

The Department of Culture Act is an Act of the National Council of the Democratic Union of British States that creates the Department of Culture, a department of the Democratic Union's federal government. The department is responsible for overseeing Eden Studio - a state corporation created by the Game Development Act - administering government tech support and other such cultural affairs that fall within their remit. It additionally allows Secretaries of the various Departments to appoint Undersecretaries, which also require the House of Representatives to confirm them.

This was considered during the first session of the House of Representatives after the appointment by the Lord President of Anthony Clark, Patrick Renwick and Ava Neasa as Interim Representatives by executive order.

Introduced by Representative Horatio Eden (C-District of Britannia) on the 18th of February, 2017, the Act passed the House four votes to zero, with one abstention. It was signed into law by the Lord President the next day.