Harley C (Essexia)
|Crown Minister Harley|
|Official Cabinet Photo|
9 July 2020
|Successor||Currently holds position|
|Appointed by||Lord Sam|
3 June 2020 - 9 July 2020
|Predecessor||Crown Minister Jacob|
|Appointed by||Lord Sam|
26 April 2020 - 3 June 2020
|Appointed by||Crown Minister Jacob|
The North, United Kingdom
|Spouse(s)||Amy Cracky (m.2019)|
|Occupation||Minister of the Interior|
Harley first became active in Essexia between April and May 2020, after a period of relative peacefulness and during the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. As a student of law, alongside Crown Minister Jacob and Lord Jack, he developed an interest in developing the nation's legal and legislative systems, prominently displayed by his work in the Essexian Legislative Review. His first solo Bill, the Brothels Act 2020 (presented by Emperor Terry on behalf of the Junior Minister), displayed his ability at creating and passing clear, effective and original legislation, a skill no doubt aided by his close cooperation with Crown Minister Jacob.
Harley was made Minister of Justice on the 3rd of June 2020 after Crown Minister Jacob moved to the position of Supreme Judge. As his first action as Crown Minister Harley created the Delegated Legislation Act 2020. On the 20th of June 2020 Harley named his Junior Minister as Earl Jamie to assist in the creation of a fuller and more efficient judicial system.
On the 21st May 2020 Harley was awarded the Jack Cross by First Minister Jamie for showing exceptional levels of commitment and hard work in constructing the Legal Essexian Database and preparing to create the Law Commission.
As part of the Ministry of Justice Harley has co-written two prominent pieces of legislation, the Legal Essexian Database Act and the Law Commission Act. As well as these he has also written the Brothels Act which legalises the creation and running of Brothels within Essexia. He has also written the Delegated Legislation Act that adds the law making system and allows for a secondary form of legislation to be created that does not go through parliament and so saves time but only minor changes can be made and this does not take away from parliamentary sovereignty.
|Bill||Pass/Fail||Date of Assent||Notes|
|Legal Essexian Database Act||Passed||27 April 2020||Advocated by Earl Finn|
|Law Commission Act||Passed||28 April 2020||Advocated by Lord Ben|
|Brothels Act||Passed||22 May 2020||First solo act|
|Delegated Legislation Act||Passed||17 June 2020|
|Digital Crime Act||Passed||4 July 2020|
|Bollock Cam Act||Failed||9 July 2020|
|Total: 6 Documents||5 Passed | 1 Failed|