(Original post by Moleman1996)
Got this so far.
Constitution of the TSR Arab League
-A President Nation is elected every three months
-Two Deputy President Nations are elected every three months
-The President Nation has 2 votes in the Presidential Council, each deputy president nation has 1 vote
-To pass in the Presidential Council, a 50% in favour vote is required
-The President can Veto 2 measures per term in the council. A veto causes the measure to be voted on by the entire assembly (see "Voting").
-The Deputy President nations can veto 1 measure each per term.
-A VoNC in the president may be submitted by any member of the assembly, but must be seconded by another member state and receive a 60% vote to go through.
-There will be two tiers of voting, a presidential council vote (see above), and a full assembly vote, which requires a 75% majority vote to pass. It is up to the president nation alone to determine which measures go to which vote.
-Any nation may submit a measure to the president nation for voting on, this does not require seconding by any other nations.
- A 'High Elector' will be appointed by the President before each election. The High Elector may not participate in either Presidential or Deputy Presidential elections for that term. In the absence of a High Elector, elections are managed by the Secretary General of the TSR Model United Nations
-Elections for both President and Deputies are held every 3 months, Deputy Presidential elections are held after the election of the president.
-The High Elector may be a former president nation, however they must not be the serving president or deputy even if they do not intend to run in said election.
Votes of No Confidence
-In the event of a VoNC succeeding, the Deputy President nations may govern until the next scheduled election, or they may choose to hold an immediate election, relinquishing all power until/unless re-elected.
-A VoNC may not be called in a deputy president nation, however a statement of complaint may be issued to the President nation, who will have the power to organise an unscheduled election for said seat, allowing the current nation and others to stand. However the president may choose to ignore said statement and take no action.
-Observer members may be admitted by the council or general assemby (see above, at presidents discretion).
-Admission of Observer Members is dealt with on a case by case basis
-Observer Members must submit a 300 word (max.) manifesto as to why they should become an observer member.
-The admission of nations to full member status must be voted on by the full assemby, and receive a majority vote (over 50%)
-Full members may be removed by a 60% majority vote on the general assembly, and re-admitted at a future date under the same conditions
The Arab League may be represented at any MUN wide summits by a representative appointed by the Presidential Council.