Nice, that was the intention, swearing the oath when it's finalized
TeeArctic1 wrote:D. Concerning the executive power and duties of the presidentWell, I don't have any particular points of contention. These points seem pretty reasonable.
XXXIV. The executive power shall lie with the President of OT. The president shall hold office during the term of one year, of which he must be elected for.
XXXV. No person who has not been a denizen, per the requirements of the royal society, for a minimum of three months, may be chosen president.
XXXVI. In case of the removal, death, resignation, or inability to perform duties of the President, the OTParliament may appoint an officer who shall act as president until the inability is removed or a new president is elected.
XXXVII. Before entering office, the President shall swear the following oath: "I solemnly swear that I will rightfully execute the Office of President of OT, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the OTConstitution.
XXXVIII. The president shall act, and perform the duties related to the role as:
a) Chief of State
b) Chief executive
c) Chief administrator
d) Chief diplomat
e) Commander in chief
f) Chief legislator
g) Chief of party
h) Chief citizen
XXXIX. The president shall at the start and end of his term, give a speech adressing the State of OT, and reccommend to the OTParliament what to do.
XXXX. The President, and all other civil officers of OT, shall be removed from office on conviction of high crimes and misdemeanors.
There's one quick thing, though.
XXXVII - This has yet to be done. Then again, once the constitution is finalized, I could swear my oath to uphold the duties of office and the preservation of the OT!Constitution.