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Parlement Act of 125
Provisions made at Nessa in the presence of our Lord King
Carlos, King of Kassians, Lord of Nessa
In the year of founding, one hundred five-and-twenty, year of
the reign of King Carols the Just our Lord who does find it just
that he finds the establishment of a Parlement so as they
represent the people and members of the non-nobility in life
amongst the Kassians. t was Provided, agreed, and ordained,
that whereas the Realm of Kassia of late had been disquieted
with manifold Troubles and Dissensions; for Reformation
whereof Statutes and Laws be right necessary, whereby the Peace
and Tranquility of the People must be observed; wherein the
King, intending to devise convenient Remedy, hath made these
Acts, Ordinances, and Statutes underwritten, which he willeth to
be observed for ever firmly and inviolably of all his Subjects, as
well high as low.
Section 1. Establishment of a Court
It is by the word of our King that a court shall be established
known as the Kassian Parlement. This Parlement is a house
that shall reside in Nessa and is comprised of one-and-twenty
seats comprised of a representative from each county. These
representatives may be nominated by their respective count or
duke, but must be approved but our just and noble King.
Section 2. Powers of the Parlement
The Court of Parlement will reside under the full power of the
King. The court upholds the right and representation of the people
by creating and writing legislation that may be later brought
before the King for approval. Members that are ordained agree to
play a role an advisor to the King.
Section 3. Members of Parlement
Any man appointed by the King may reside as a member of
Parlement. This is excusing any members of landed nobility who
are forbidden to hold seats as it may contradict their role as the
ruler of their respective land. A single member is appointed from
each county and that appointee must be approved by the King.
The King reserves his right to decline any man to the council
who may be a threat or otherwise.
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