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==Campaign Outcome==
 
==Campaign Outcome==
 
* Once completed this commission will be overseen by the title '' Lepidean Librarian'' appointed by the Highborn National Assembly.
 
* Once completed this commission will be overseen by the title '' Lepidean Librarian'' appointed by the Highborn National Assembly.
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==Constitution==
 
==Constitution==

Latest revision as of 15:21, 11 October 2019

To commission the Lepidean University in Bastion, Highguard. This would create the title Lepidean Librarian. It would also produce a dose of true liao. It is a time limited opportunity. The Librarian would have the power to conduct historical research strictly to investigate the lives of paragons and exemplars or the details of a true liao vision. It would be appointed by the Highguard national assembly. Revocable by the Highguard national assembly and the General Assembly. The true liao would be distributed via a judgement of rewarding raised in the General Assembly. Costing 60 wains white granite, 30 wains weirwood, 180 crowns labour. Upkeep 20 thrones a season.
Proposed by Bastion, seconded by Casinea.

Outcome

  • Construct a university in Bastion drawing on the plans of Frederick di Sarvos.
  • Passed

Date

  • Autumn 383YE

Cost

  • Non-standard costs apply as detailed here.
  • 30 wains of weirwood
  • 60 wains of white granite
  • 180 crowns in labour costs
  • 20 thrones in upkeep

Progress

  • 30 wains of white granite, 15 wains of weirwood after Autumn Equinox 383YE.
  • 180 crowns provided by the Heirs of Lepidus after Autumn Equinox 383YE.

Campaign Outcome

  • Once completed this commission will be overseen by the title Lepidean Librarian appointed by the Highborn National Assembly.

Constitution

There was significant discussion among the Constitutional Court with regards to the decision to assign the true liao the civil service predict will be produced by the commission via the judgement of Rewarding. This was not one of the methods outlined in the original opportunity; however after considerable debate this return to the previous historical method of assigning true liao was judged to be neither unconstitutional. nor technically a deviation from a well worn path - merely one that had not been used since the time of Empress Teleri.

A number of priests have contacted the constitutional court and pointed out that there are several significant issues with this method of assigning the true liao. The court accepts these concerns, but indicates that these are not constitutional problems nor legal problems faced by the civil service in implementing it.

This method is compatible with the constitution and is legally implementable. If it doesn't produce outcomes the General Assembly wants - that is a matter for the Imperial Synod to discuss and the Imperial Senate to fix.