Article 9 – Officials


1.   The purpose of this article is to ensure that elected officials do not delegate their elected responsibilities to another party.

2.   It would be grounds for impeachment if an elected official votes on bills without having read all the details of the bill and demonstrating a convincing knowledge of its contents to the public. Candidates spend a lot of effort and resources to get voters’ votes. They should remain equally diligent in demonstrating their zeal for their constituents in getting fully acquainted with the contents of the legislations they vote for.

3.   It would be grounds for impeachment if an elected official votes for items in a bill that have not been publicly debated in the body of representatives where debates are conducted.

4.   It would be grounds for impeachment if elected officials show a lower than expected attendance to constituents’ business.

5.   It would be grounds for impeachment if elected officials promote, show favor, or vote into law any action or bill that violates or contradicts existing law. If such conflicts exist, the conflicting laws must first be abrogated or rolled up into the new legislation.

6.   It would be grounds for impeachment if elected officials introduce, promote, show favor, or vote for any action or bill that could lead to the violation of the U.S. Constitution and The American Universe Constitution.

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