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Post by TeMing on Fri Dec 31, 2010 7:49 am

Some threads worthy of becoming reference:

Blacklisted citizens

Official message to citizenship applicants

Parliment Protocol
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Re: Some references

Post by Joseph Straatmann on Fri Dec 31, 2010 9:20 pm

Over the next few weeks, we should work to make an archive or something similar for old forum topics here. Only copy the important ones over though and we can leave the old forum as is for historical purposes.
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Re: Some references

Post by Mansour09 on Fri Dec 31, 2010 10:15 pm

plus we may need to up-date the eMalaysia wiki page and agree with this.

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Re: Some references

Post by gen_tiger on Sat Jan 01, 2011 4:57 am

TeMing: I think you might need to copy the whole post into here as some of the people might not have access to posts in the old forum

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Re: Some references

Post by TeMing on Sat Jan 08, 2011 7:42 am

Sorry I didn't realise there were replies, didn't come into Closed Door Congress much after mansour's complaint Very Happy
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Re: Some references

Post by TeMing on Sat Jan 08, 2011 7:45 am

Immigration:

The following list of citizens should not under any circumstances be granted citizenship in Malaysia.


Flamur, UK, for abusive language and threats sent to two members of the Thai government and a government organization.

Rockman 9, Brazil, for corruption. His original avatar has been banned, but he occasionally reappears.


Alex Lorre, by decision of former MoI.

CivilAnarchy, by decision of former MoI.


richie450, for attemtping to destabilize peaceful relations in the region.


ShoneDS, Congress medal hunter.

HajdukVeljko, Congress medal hunter.

Zeki1985, Congress medal hunter.

Sashapfc, Congress medal hunter.


Alfagrem, repeated attacks on our currency, and attacks on our territory during the time of the union.


888channers and their supporters for an ongoing PTO attempt in South Africa. Most of the group are currently banned, but keep an eye out for them with new names. Some more prominent, still active, current or former supporters include Moot and Allan Dobrowolski.

- From nevvven
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Allan Dobrowolski,Exilious, & Moot should be added to this list they are known PTOers, hacked the eSA Forums, and tried to get me hacked for showing their little meeting. (If I get hacked, it is either them or someone from the chan's, he probally posted something there to get someone to hack me)

- From Balkan Beast

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Add:


"Goons"
"Kwong Son Gan"
"John Roca"
"Alius Guunsby"
"SAElRoach0"
"Zuljo"
"MaximumPrime"
"Amram Fyfe"
"Annyon g"
"Spookius Diodotus"
"Breton Boy"
"Snayke"
"Hong Kong Phooey"
"Stalin-chan"
"Rad the White"

- From Ramon_Sanchez. Same reason as posted by Balkan Beast
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Re: Some references

Post by TeMing on Sat Jan 08, 2011 7:47 am

Parliamentary Protocol:

Parliamentary protocol


Each party in the parliament can elect a floor leader from its congress members. Floor leaders have special rights as outlined below.

There are 3 priority levels for proposals:

- Normal: First a discussion topic has to be opened in the Congress and Government section. Once it’s up for 24 hours at least the proposer can move on to start the actual poll in the Voting Room. The poll has to be up for at least 24 hours there but a longer time frame can be set, too. The proposal can be submitted in-game only after the poll finishes. Can be started by congress members, floor leaders, senators, ministers and the president.

- Urgent: The poll in the Voting Room can be started at the same time as the discussion topic in the Congress and Government section. The poll has to run for 24 hours. The proposal can be submitted in-game only after the poll finishes. Can be started by floor leaders, ministers and the president.

- Emergency: The in-game proposal, the poll in the Voting Room and the discussion topic in the Congress and Government section can all be started at the same time. Can be started only by the ministers and the president. The in-game proposal can be submitted by any congress member at their request though.

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(- Exceptions: Donations from the treasury to The Central bank of Malaysia can be proposed in game right away by any congress member. The only requirement is that you should link the following topic as debate area if possible:
http://erepublik.forumotion.net/congress-main-hall-f15/topic-for-donations-from-treasury-t209.htm )


If the proposal is not identical to an in-game proposal then when the poll closes the final decision is considered to be made. If it's an in-game proposal as well then the proposal should be submitted in-game if it was accepted on the forums once the poll closes. Congress members can submit such proposals in-game as well even if it was voted down on the poll but it is mandatory to link the failed poll as debate area.

If an issue is confidential both the discussion and the voting procedure should be conducted in the Secret Lobby.

Finished polls will be locked by admins/mods and moved to a separate archive. Discussion topics idle for more than a month can also be locked and moved to an archive after a while.


Proposals should be submitted containing a header in the following format:

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Name/type: (few words)
Proposer: Private/Party/Government*
Priority: Normal/Urgent/Emergency
Starting time: eRepublik time + date
Length: number of hours the discussion runs before the poll is submitted/number of hours the poll runs
Link to discussion topic: link (when the proposal is already in the Voting Room)
Link to in-game proposal: link (in case of emergency proposals)

Proposal:
text

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For an actual example you can check these:

http://erepublik.forumotion.net/congress-main-hall-f15/tax-reform-t724.htm - normal procedure, discussion phase
http://erepublik.forumotion.net/voting-room-f24/tax-reform-t731.htm - normal procedure, voting phase

http://erepublik.forumotion.net/voting-archive-f32/issuing-40k-myr-t594.htm - emergency procedure

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(Formalities like a precise header are not that important, just please submit your planned proposals for discussion and then for polling here on the forums before submitting it in game.)

- by Nagyzee
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Re: Some references

Post by TeMing on Sat Jan 08, 2011 7:49 am

New Message to Citizenship Applicants

Topic:Welcome to eMalaysia

Message:Greetings!

I am [title], [name].
Please, answer these questions as honestly as you can.
1)How many times per week to you log in at eRepublik?
2)Do you know how to work at maximum productivity?
3)Would you become active on the FRoSEA Forum and/or the IRC?
4)What is your primary reason to apply for citizenship?
5)Have you participated in political takeovers or resistance wars in any nation you have lived in previously?
6)For how long do you intend to stay in the FRoSEA?
Sincerely,
[title], [name]

- by nicholas2000

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Greetings!

Welcome to eMalaysia [name of applicant]! Before we can grant you citizenship we would like to learn more about you. Please answer as honestly as you can, and keep in mind that your answers won’t be used against you.

First of all we would like to know how active you are, i.e. how many times per week do you log on to eRepublik? We would also like to know if you intend to become active on the eMalaysian forum and IRC channel. It is important to us that our citizens enjoy the country as much as possible, but it is also important that they benefit eMalaysia, so we need to ask if you know how to work at maximum productivity?

A short background story of your elife is also needed. (Things like past countries of residence, your involvement in possible political takeovers, resistance wars etc.)

We value our citizens and we hope our citizens value the government and all the people involved in making their stay in eMalaysia better. That is why we would like to know why you have chosen our country, what your primary reason for applying for citizenship is, and how long you intend to stay here.

Your patience and cooperation is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Sincerely yours
[title], [name] /alternatively/ Immigration Office of Malaysia


If you have any objections, add-ons or comments regarding this new message, feel free to express them.

- by nevvven
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