Laws of the Sorrenian Federation

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Ministry for Internal Affairs
Agency overview
Jurisdiction Sorrenian Federation
Headquarters Bowburn
Minister responsible Miles of Sorrenia, Various Ministers

The Ministry for Internal Affairs, along with Demography is responsible for collecting information about laws passed in the Federation. Here you can find a chronological list of all legislature passed in Sorrenia, with a brief description and a download link.

Separation of Church and State (02/02/14)

A law creating secularism in Sorrenia, and outlining the role of religion in the nation.[1]

Common Law Offence (25/02/14)

A law recognizing the British Commonwealth 'Common Law Offence', which outlaws the likes of battery, theft and murder.[2]

LGTB Rights Law (01/06/14)

A law emancipating LGTB peoples, and outlining the rights they receive in Sorrenia.[3]

'Propaganda War' Law (12/06/14)

A law stating what political parties can and cannot do when preparing for an election.[4]

Firearm Freedom Law (25/08/14)

A law legalizing all firearms in Sorrenia, as well as stating what they can and cannot be used for.[5]

Cannabis Legalization Law (29/08/14)

A law legalizing all Cannabinoids in Sorrenia, as well as stating what they can and cannot be used for.[6]

Media Protection Law (31/08/14)

A law stating the rights of the media in Sorrenia, and how they should display information.[7]

Rights and Responsibilities of the Subnational Monarchies (07/09/14)

An article fully outlining the rights and procedure of the subnational monarchies in Sorrenia.[8]

Sorrenian Concession Conversion Act (12/09/14)

An act covering the conversion of Sorrenian Concessions into Dependencies, and their new rights and responsibilities.[9]

Rights and Responsibilities of the National Assembly (13/12/14)

An article fully outlining the rights and procedure in the National Assembly, as well as several other issues such as Coalitions.[10]

Floor Crossing Law (20/12/14)

A law allowing both civilians and government officials in Sorrenia to 'cross the floor'.[11]

Non-Interference Act (11/01/15)

An act prohibiting the government from intervening in a military conflict unless it directly threatens Sorrenia and/or her allies; among other things.[12]

Deformation of Great Lumley and the Dradelia Question Act (17/01/15)

An act merging the State of Great Lumley into the neighbouring Eurania and Filostonia, and promoting Dradelia to an official province.[13]

New Economic Policy (17/02/15)

A law opening up Sorrenia's industries, allowing for more state run business, under the official terminology "Market Socialism".[14]

Knighthood Act (04/03/15)

An act allowing Monarchs to give out Knighthoods to their subjects.[15]

Sorrenian Language Law (11/03/15)

A law replacing Welsh with Sorrenian Cumbric as Sorrenia's second official language.[16]

Government Newspaper Decree (15/03/15)

A decree, giving the unbiased newspaper "Llais y Gwirionedd" the right to publish news on the votes in the National Assembly.[17]

Decree for the Advancement of Regional Culture (22/03/15)

A decree, allowing regional cultures to establish cultural organizations that will be officially endorsed by the Sorrenian government.[18]

Sorrenian Public Information Act (22/03/15)

An act providing Sorrenians the right to see any official government document, unless doing so would place another Sorrenian in danger or violate their privacy.[19]

National Assembly Transparency Law (31/05/15)

A law allowing citizens to find out how any member of the National Assembly voted - Monarchs were provided exception, only having to provide information on their voting patterns to their subjects.[20]

Sorrenian Holiday Decree (05/04/15)

A full list of Sorrenian holidays recognized by the government.[21]

Celtic Nations Recognition Act (05/04/15)

An act recognising all six Celtic nations as independent culturally, and stating support for any independence movements.[22]

3rd Language Law (09/04/15)

A law allowing various areas of Sorrenia to have a third official language.[23]

Right to Jury Law (18/04/15)

A law allowing citizens on trial to ask for a jury, chosen at random.[24]