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The civil service record and publish the details of each Senate session.


Like the Conclave and the Military Council, the Senate conducts its official business at formal sessions, where matters are discussed and votes are cast. Although members of the Senate meet to discuss business throughout the day (the Speaker for the Senate encourages all members to discuss Senate in advance of the session), the sessions are the best chance to address the entire Senate and the only time that motions can be raised and voted upon. Traditionally, the Senate aims to have have two sessions each full day of an Imperial summit and one session each half-day.

Following each summit, the motions raised and voted on during the Solstice or Equinox are collected together and made public knowledge by the civil service.