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  1. UNITED STATES CODE TITLE II - CRIMES CHAPTER 1 - AIRCRAFT AND MOTOR VEHICLES § 1. Destruction of aircraft, aircraft facilities, air fields or airports It is strictly prohibited to, through any means, directly or indirectly, cause danger or damage to aircraft, aircraft facilities, air fields or airports in the United States. § 2. Violence at international airports It is strictly prohibited to provoke or execute any acts of violence at international airports. § 3. Unsafe operation of aircraft, failure to obey ATC It is strictly prohibited to operate aircraft in any manner which is unsafe, including but not limited to: performing stunts at low attitude, landing aircraft on areas which were not designated to accept aircraft unless in case of emergency. § 4. Destruction of motor vehicles, motor vehicle facilities, or buildings designated for parking It is strictly prohibited to, through any means, directly or indirectly, cause danger or damage to motor vehicles, motor vehicle facilities, or buildings which were designated for parking of vehicles (such as garages). § 5. Hijacking It is strictly prohibited to hijack any commercial transport, or public transport vehicle in the United States. § 6. Drive-by It is strictly prohibited to discharge a weapon from a moving vehicle. CHAPTER 2 - ASSAULT, TORTURE AND MURDER § 1. Assaulting, resisting or impeding federal officials Any person which assaults, resists, intimidates, or impedes a federal official shall be imprisoned for no less than 1 year and no more than 5 years. § 2. Retaliation against federal officials Any person that retaliates against a federal official in form of assault, kidnap, murder, or conspires of these, or attempts to execute these, or threatens to commit these, shall be imprisoned for no less than 1 year and no more than 5 years. § 3. Torture Any person which attempts to or does inflict severe physical or mental pain or suffering upon another person in his custody shall be imprisoned for no less than 15 and no more than a life sentence. § 4. Murder Any person which unlawfully kills another person, unless through self defense which occurred on the premises of the killer's home and is provable through investigative means, shall be imprisoned for no less than 10 and no more than a life sentence. § 5. Self defense Any person which commits an act of murder or assault on the premises of own property, with the goal to defend own property and life from malicious intent of any person that is attempting to trespass, burglarize, damage the property, or in any way harm the resident of the property, shall be excused of the committed act. CHAPTER 3 - CONCEALMENT OF ASSETS, VIOLATION OF OATH, PERJURY, FORGERY § 1. Concealment of assets Any person which fraudulently and knowingly conceals an asset in an official proceeding, such as a law enforcement investigation or a court proceeding, shall be punished by a fine of $1,000,000 up to $5,000,000 or a prison sentence no less than 1 year and no more than 5 years. § 2. Violation of oath Any person which fraudulently and knowingly violates an oath, whether it is an oath to speak the truth or an oath of office, shall be imprisoned for no less than 5 years and no more than 10 years. § 3. Perjury Any person providing false information in the course of an investigation, court proceeding or congressional hearing shall be fined by no more than $10,000,000 and no less than $1,000 or imprisoned for no less than 1 year and no more than 5 years. § 4. Forgery Any person which forges a signature, a document, evidence, work of art or other shall be imprisoned for no less than 5 and no more than 10 years. CHAPTER 4 - BRIBERY, CORRUPTION, ABUSE OF POWER § 1. Bribery Any person which offers any form of bribery to a public official, witness or a victim shall be imprisoned for no less than 1 year and no more than 20 years based on severity and position. Any individual who accepts a bribe shall be equally guilty of this charge and serve the same punishment. Anybody accepting bribe in a position, whether law enforcement official, emergency service official, government official, or judicial official shall be removed. Bribery is considered the act of offering, giving, soliciting, or receiving of any item of value as a means of influencing the actions of an individual. § 2. Abuse of power Any person in a position of power, whether a law enforcement official, emergency service official, government official or a judicial official, who maliciously uses power shall be removed from the position and imprisoned for no less than 1 year and no more than 20 years. § 3. Corruption Any official who uses his position or power maliciously for foreign, private or other interests which are not beneficial for the well-being of the United States shall be imprisoned for no less than 20 years and no more than a life sentence, and removed from positions. CHAPTER 5 - CURRENCY § 1. Use of foreign currency It is only acceptable in the United States to use United States Dollar as a mean of making payment. § 2. Forging bills Any person which forges bills, distributes forged bills, pays or attempts to pay using forged bills shall be imprisoned for no less than 5 years and no more than 15 years. § 3. Money laundering Any person which engages in money laundering, which is considered the act of making money through illegal activities, not limited to but including drug, weapon and human trafficking, rasnom, bribery shall be imprisoned for no less than 10 and no more than 20 years. CHAPTER 6 - ASSASSINATION OR KIDNAPPING OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS § 1. Any person which conspires, attempts to, or does assassinate a government official, which is any member of the Congress, the President or the Vice President, or a Federal Judge, shall be sentenced to death or life sentence. § 2. Any person which conspires, attempts to, or does kidnap a government official described above, shall be sentenced to death or life sentence. CHAPTER 7 - CONSPIRACY § 1. Conspiracy to commit offense or to defraud United States Any person which conspires to commit any offense against the United States or to defraud the United States, or any agency of the United States, shall be sentenced to no less than 5 years and no more than 10 years. § 2. Conspiracy to impede or injure federal law enforcement officials Any person which conspires to impede or injure a federal law enforcement official through any means, directly or indirectly, shall be imprisoned for no less than 5 years and no more than 10 years. CHAPTER 8 - CONTEMPT § 1. Contempt of Congress Any person found in contempt of congress, which is considered any act which obstructs the work of Congress, or failure to comply with congressional subpoena, shall be sentenced to punishment determined by the Congress. § 2. Contempt of Court Any person found in contempt of court, which is considered any act which obstructs the work of Court, or failure to comply with a court order, shall be sentenced to punishment determined by the Court. CHAPTER 9 - ESPIONAGE § 1. Gathering, transmitting or losing confidential information Any person in knowledge or possession of confidential information, which transmits, maliciously gathers, obtains confidential information without authorization, or loses confidential information shall be imprisoned for no less than 10 years and no more than 20 years. The person shall also be removed from positions. § 2. Recordings of military installations Any person recording a military installation shall be fined no more than $10,000 and no less than $1,000, or imprisoned for no more than 1 year if resumed with the activity after being fined. § 3. Disclosing confidential information Any person which discloses confidential information without authorization of respective person shall be imprisoned for no less than 10 years and no more than 20 years. The person shall also be removed from positions. CHAPTER 10 - CITIZENSHIP AND ALIENS § 1. Residing in the territory of United States without a US passport Any person residing in the territory of United States for more than seven days without a valid US passport shall be imprisoned and exported back to the country the person entered the US from. § 2. Smuggling Any person smuggling immigrants into the United States territory shall be imprisoned for no less than 5 years and no more than 15 years. § 3. Immigration control Federal law enforcement officials may establish checkpoints targeting immigration violations to which anybody coming through must be compliant with. CHAPTER 11 - RACKETEERING § 1. Defining racketeering activity Racketeering may refer to the act of acquiring a business operation through illegal activity, operating a business with illegally-derived income, or using a business operation to commit illegal acts. Crimes of racketeering include but are not limited to: bribery, various fraud offenses, gambling offenses, money laundering, a number of financial and economic crimes, obstructing justice or a criminal investigation, murder for hire, and sexual exploitation of children § 2. Interference with commerce through threats or violence Any person which attempts to, or does interfere with commerce, by use of violence or threats, shall be imprisoned for no less than 5 years and no more than 15 years. § 3. Engaging in monetary transactions in property derived from unlawful activity Any person which engages in, or attempts to engage in a monetary transaction in an unlawfully derived property of a value greater than $10,000 shall be punished by no less than 5 years and no more than 15 years. § 4. Receiving income derived from racketeering activity Any person which receives income, directly or indirectly, from racketeering activity or through collection of unlawful debt shall be punished by no less than 5 years and no more than 15 years. § 5. Maintaining or acquiring enterprise through racketeering Any person which through racketeering activity or collection of unlawful debt acquires or maintains an enterprise, directly or indirectly, shall be punished by no less than 5 years and no more than 15 years. § 6. Enterprises in racketeering activity Any enterprise in conduct of racketeering activity shall be disassembled and closed. CHAPTER 12 - ROBBERIES AND BURGLARIES § 1. Robbing personal property of United States Any person which attempts to, or does rob any kind of personal property belonging to the United States shall be imprisoned for no less than 5 and no more than 15 years. § 2. Bank and automated teller machine robberies Any person which through force, violence or intimidation takes, or attempts to take from a bank or automated teller machine shall be imprisoned for no more than 20 years and no less than 15 years. § 3. Receiving, possessing, concealing, storing, selling or disposing stolen property Any person which commits one of the above listed acts in relation to § 1 or § 2 of this chapter shall be imprisoned for no more than 10 years and no less than 5 years. § 4. Taking or attempting to take material or compound containing controlled substance Any person which attempts to, or does take any material or compound containing any quantity of controlled substance from a storage facility, whether it is a law enforcement station, a storage unit, or a person who seized said items, shall be imprisoned for no less than 5 and no more than 10 years. CHAPTER 13 - ACTIONS AGAINST UNITED STATES § 1. Treason The act of an individual who, owing permanent or temporary allegiance to the state, fails to report information vital to national security or violates one of the articles mentioned in this section. An individual is considered to owe allegiance to the state when inside the state borders by legal means, ranging but not necessarily limited to.: living, working, studying, visiting, seeking asylum, diplomatic duties or otherwise perform any other type of actions by having received the authorization from border officials to be allowed inside the state. § 2. Disturbing the unity or integrity of United States Any act that can compromise the unity of the United States, that range but is not necessarily limited to: making the nation go at war with another, seizing or occupying territory from the state in any form, planning to inflict huge casualties on the population and/or infrastructures of the state or helping a domestic and/or foreign organization or militia that plan to do one of the above. § 3. Terrorism Any person that uses systematic threats or actions against the public good to cause fear and intimidation at a grand scale. § 4. Civil disorder Any person which incites, organizes, promotes, encourages or participates in a civil disorder, shall be imprisoned for no more 5 years and no less than 1 year. Any person interfering in work of law enforcement officials or emergency service officials during civil disorder shall be imprisoned for no more than 10 years and no less than 5 years. § 5. Arson Whoever within the territory of United States, willfully or maliciously sets fire or burns any building, structure, vehicle, machine, materials or other shall be imprisoned for no less than 3 years and no more than 8 years. § 6. Sedition Creation or participation in creation or spread of false propaganda which provokes uprising against the United States CHAPTER 14 - SEARCH AND SEIZURE § 1. Destruction or disposal of property to prevent seizure Any person which destructs or disposes of property which is to be seized shall be punished by no less than 1 year and no more than 5 years. § 2. Rescue of seized property Any person which attempts to, or does rescue seized property shall be punished by no less than 5 and no more than 10 years. CHAPTER 15 - CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES AND WEAPONS § 1. Defining controlled substances and weapons Controlled substances and weapons are substances and weapons which are restricted in manufacturing, distribution and possession. Current controlled substances are: methamphetamine, heroin, weed and any biological or chemical material or substance which can be used as a weapon. Current controlled weapons are: assault rifles, scoped long range rifles and any explosive ordinance weapons. § 2. Federal quantity restriction Whilst each state can adjust their legal limits of possession of methamphetamine, weed and heroin, the federal limit as to maximum to have in possession is 1,000 grams for weed, 250 grams for methamphetamine and heroin and no possession of a biological or chemical substance which can be used as a weapon or a weapon defined under § 1 is permitted. § 3. Possession, distribution or manufacturing of controlled substances or weapons Any person in possession of a controlled substance or weapon in quantity higher than defined in § 2, or distributing, or manufacturing a controlled substance or weapon in any quantity shall be imprisoned for no less than 1 year and no more than 20 years. CHAPTER 16 - FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE AND OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE § 1. Concealing a wanted person or a prison escapee Any person which helps a wanted person or a prison escapee through any means, directly or indirectly, shall be imprisoned for no less than 5 and no more than 15 years. § 2. Fleeing to avoid testimony or prosecution Any person which flees the country to avoid giving testimony or prosecution shall be declared international fugitive and imprisoned upon extradition from foreign country or voluntary arrival to the United States for no less than 15 and no more than 20 years. § 3. Obstruction of justice Any person which through any means, directly or indirectly, attempts to, or does influence an investigation, or attempts to, or does obstruct it, shall be imprisoned for no less than 5 and no more than 10 years. CHAPTER 17 - FEDERAL ASSETS § 1. Defining federal assets Federal assets are vehicles and buildings owned by the federal government: the US Congress, the President, the Court, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. § 2. Trespassing Any person which is trespassing a restricted part of a federal building or its premises shall be fined no less than $1,000 and no more than $50,000 or imprisoned for no more than a year. § 3. Causing damage or attacking federal assets Any person which damages or attacks a federal building or a vehicle shall be fined no less than $5,000 and no more than $100,000 or imprisoned for no less than 5 and no more than 10 years. CHAPTER 18 - CIVIL RIGHTS § 1. Conspiracy against rights Any person which conspires to injure, oppress, threaten or intimidate any person in any state, territory, or district in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him by the Constitution or laws of the United States shall be imprisoned for no less than 5 and no more than 10 years. § 2. Deprivation of rights under color of law Any person which under color of any law, statute or ordinance, regulation or custom, willfully subjects any person in any state, territory, or district, to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured or protected by the Constitution or laws of United States, or to different punishments, pains or penalties, on account of such person being an alien, or by reason of his color, or race, shall be imprisoned for no less than 5 and no more than 10 years. § 3. Federally protected activities Any person which by force or threat of force, willfully injures, intimidates or interferes with, or attempts to injure, intimidate or interfere with any person: Voting; Participating in or enjoying any benefit, service, privilege or program, facility or activity provided or administered by United States; Serving, or attending upon any federal court or federal government; Participating in or enjoying the benefits of any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance; Travelling in or using any facility of interstate commerce, or using any vehicle, terminal, or facility of any common carrier by motor, rail, water or air; Enjoying the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages or accommodations of any inn, hotel, motel, or other establishment which provides lodging to transient guests, or of any restaurant, cafeteria, or other facility which serves the public and which is principally engaged in selling food or beverages, or of any gasoline station, or of any motion picture house, theater, concert hall, sports arena, stadium or any other place of exhibition or entertainment which serves the public; § 4. Deprivation of relief benefits Any person which indirectly or directly deprives, attempts to deprive, or threatens to deprive any person of any employment, position, work, compensation or other benefit provided for or made possible in whole or in part by any Act of Congress appropriating funds for work relief or relief purposes, on account of political affiliation, race, color, sex, religion or national origin, shall be fined no less than $100,000 and no more than $10,000,000 or imprisoned for no less than 1 year and no more than 5 years. § 5. Damage to religious property, obstruction in expression of religious beliefs Any person which intentionally defaces, damages, or destroys any religious property, because of the religious character of that property, or attempts to do so, or obstructs by force or threat of force, any person in the enjoyment of that person's free exercise of religious beliefs, or attempts to do so shall be fined no less than $100,000 and no more than $10,000,000 or imprisoned for no less than 1 year and no more than 5 years. § 5. Hate crime Any person which willfully causes injury to any person because of the actual or perceived race, color, religion, or national origin of any person shall be imprisoned no less than 10 and no more than 15 years.
  2. UNITED STATES CODE TITLE I - GENERAL PROVISIONS § 1 - THE BRANCHES OF THE GOVERNMENT Legislative US Congress - The Congress is the legislative branch of the United States government. The Congress consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate. The Congress makes and amends laws and the constitution, conducts oversight over the President, the government bodies, forms various committees to address matters deemed important for the United States, declares war or peace against enemies threatening the integrity and unity of the United States, controls the federal budget, and spending of the federal government. Executive US President - The President is the executive branch of the United States government. The President is accompanied by the Vice President. The main tasks of the President are to conduct diplomacy, represent the nation as the head of state, command the Armed Forces and Law Enforcement. The President may sign the legislation into law or veto laws. However, Congress can overrule a veto by a two-thirds vote in both houses (the House of Representatives and the Senate). Judiciary US Supreme Court - The Supreme Court is the highest judicial branch of the United States. The Supreme Judge, referred to as Chief Justice, is accompanied by Associate Justice. The Supreme Court handles appeal cases from District Courts and makes final rulings in such cases. The Supreme Court can be asked to verify the legality of laws that a Governor implements for the state. All state and federal laws must be in accordance to the constitution. § 2 - FEDERAL LAW A body of law at the highest or national level of a federal government, consisting of a constitution, enacted laws and the court decisions pertaining to them. The federal law of the United States consists of the United States Constitution, laws enacted by Congress, and decisions of the Supreme Court and other federal courts. Federal crimes can be charged in federal court when a defendant's activities violate a federal criminal law, a crime that is committed across state lines or a crime that is committed in international waters over which the United States has jurisdiction. These crimes may also occur on federal property such as a post office, federal government building or airport. Federal criminal laws are defined by the federal criminal code. These crimes are prohibited under federal statutes. There are also federal laws regarding the potential criminal sentence that a defendant can receive if convicted of a crime of this nature. § 3 - ENFORCEMENT OF FEDERAL LAW The enforcement of the federal law falls under the jurisdiction of a federal law enforcement agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, § 4 - APPLIANCE AND INTERPRETATION OF FEDERAL LAW The US District and Supreme Court is the appropriate judiciary body for interpretation and appliance of the federal laws. § 5 - POWERS OF FEDERAL AGENTS A federal agent is an employee of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, with the following authorities: To hold right of passage on the road when responding to an emergency. To be able to violate the speed limits and traffic orientation during emergencies. To restrict access to an area if there is an emergency in progress, or a possible and concrete risk of one happening, such as death threats to the dwellers of said area or an important figure such as a politician visiting it. To detain an individual upon probable cause if the act was witnessed by a law enforcement officer or another individual. To seize the properties of others if pertaining to a violation of federal law or an order of the court, and to provide the reason of why the seizure happened when asked by the victims or when interrogated in front of the judiciary branch. To bear arms and other military equipment forbidden to the general population, with lawful intent and justification. To identify when the subject of a complaint unless not feasible due to dangerous elements around the officer. To approve search and arrest warrants, if ranked Special Agent in Charge or higher. To arrest or detain government officials implicated in violations of federal law or ongoing investigations with probable cause or warrant. § 6 - PROSECUTIONS For the prosecution of violations of the federal law, the prosecuting agency in the name of United States is the Federal Bureau of Investigation through a prosecutor approved by the Director to represent in the specific case.
  3. United States Congress H. RES 019 Space Administration Dated 4th of June, 2020 The Congress delivers a resolution which defines the Space Administration as a federal body for space exploration and research, with the primary goals of: Setting American boots on the Moon Research of space technology to combat competing countries Exploration of Mars and establishment of camps on Mars Research and development of space combat vehicles Research of alien life forms The Congress recognizes Barracuda Corporation as the current partner of the Space Administration with who it shall work on developing spacecraft and achieving the goals defined above. The logo of the Space Administration: Additionally, the following amendments are made to the law: Area 51 which is owned by the Federal Government and currently in use by the FBI may be used by Barracuda Corporation for development and research of spacecraft technology for the upcoming launch on the Moon. As such, the law also amends that Area 51 is classed as military-level research facility, consequently trespassers may be imprisoned or shot after neglecting warnings to leave the premises of the facility. Trespassers are subject not only to imprisonment or risk of injuries, but also to interrogation by the FBI and detention until motives and intentions have been cleared.
  4. VOTING OFFICIALLY STARTED AS OF 00:00 RESULTS: 09/MAY/2020 AT 20:00 CET CANDIDATES SHOULD BE ONLINE @ THE GIVEN TIME WITH A PREPARED VICTORY SPEECH
  5. United States Congress H. RES 018 San Andreas Police Department Dated 29th of April, 2020 Based on the statements of the witnesses who deposited their statements, which are: Kacper Kowalski Stock Smith Shane Williams Eduardo Santos Charles McCane The Congress came to the following conclusions: The idea of creating a Crime Suppression Division was proposed by Kacper Kowalski The division was approved by the Chief with agreement of other Command Staff members Shane Williams provided an insincere statement under influence of Charles McCane Charles McCane provided conflicting statements versus statements made in SAPD channels SWAT, according to Command Staff, is inactive and dysfunctional There are no reasonable justifications for creating a new division with SWAT in such state Consequently to those conclusions: The Congress finds Charles McCane guilty of perjury and is sentenced to 6 months in prison. The Congress orders SAPD to merge CSD with SWAT and maintain one tactical division The Congress orders SAPD to resolve issues within SWAT and establish a healthy team. Kacper Kowalski and recently pardoned persons may not be given divisional leadership positions until otherwise allowed by the President or the Congress in order to maintain stability and internal health which would be disturbed if newly reinstated or pardoned members suddenly got appointed to high ranks whereas members who have been employed for a longer time are not.
  6. United States Congress H. RES 017 San Andreas Police Department Dated 27th of April, 2020 The Congressional Oversight committee has been made aware of a recent establishment of a new division within San Andreas Police Department which is called Crime Suppression Division. To the committee's knowledge, the SAPD has had the division previously in numerous occasions, and in every occasion the division ended up causing issues and instability within the department. The committee has been informed that creation of such division was disagreed with by the President, and including some high ranking individuals within the San Andreas Police Department. Taking into consideration the fact that the department has struggled with active personnel, insufficient staffing, and facing issues with a yet another Special Weapons and Tactics division which is falling into absence, the Congressional Oversight committee is launching an investigation into the creation of the specified division with the President's Office. The goals of this committee are: To determine whether such division is necessary; To determine if the objectives of such divisions could be handled by existing division; To determine whether ordinary units could execute objectives of such a division; To determine who approved the division's creation despite the objections; To determine the issues such division could deliver to the department; To determine whether the department can afford to have another division; The Congress asks the following individuals to make available for a hearing session within the next seven days by a letter (( discord PM )) to Senator Leonardo Carter or Matthew Carter; Chief Eduardo Santos Captain Shane Williams Lieutenant Stock Smith Staff Sergeant Charles McCane Lead Trooper Kacper Kowalski
  7. THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES ANNOUNCES ____________________________________________ SAN ANDREAS STATE GOVERNOR ELECTIONS APRIL/2020 The Government of the United States officially opens the process to elect a new San Andreas State Governor that will serve a term from June 1st, 2020. The index of this document goes as follow: ELECTORAL PROCEDURES ELECTORAL DATES ELECTORAL RULES ELECTORAL APPLICATIONS THE GOVERNOR ROLE AND IT'S ATTRIBUTIONS 1. ELECTORAL PROCEDURES The whole electoral process will consist of the following procedures: Application as a candidate - the citizens of the state, who are eligible is determined by the conditions stated in this document will make a formal application on this topic. The application will go through a background check done by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, along with a review by the congress. If all conditions are met, it will be accepted without a problem; Campaign - After the application period is over, the campaign officially starts. The campaign may consist of any acts the candidate wishes to perform, as long as it's with law boundaries and the electoral rules: rallies, speeches, meetings, debates, interviews, etc. The candidates should use their creativity in this process; Voting - After the campaign period is over, voting will be called for all the candidates. More information on voting rules (who is eligible to vote, voting period, etc) will be announced maximum 3 DAYS before the end of the campaign period. 2. ELECTORAL DATES The whole electoral process will happen on the following dates: April 26th to April 28th - citizens may apply for candidature for the position of a Governor April 29th to May 6th - campaign time frame where candidates are to present their goals and host public conferences May 7th to May 8th - voting period May 9th - official ceremony of appointment of the elected Governor to the position 3. ELECTORAL RULES The whole electoral process will bear the safeguard of these rules: 3.1 - APPLICATION RULES The electoral application is subject to be questioned by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, responsible to perform the background checks, or by the congress itself. In any case, the candidate is questioned, he shall follow all instructions provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation or by the congress. 3.2 - CAMPAIGN RULES A candidate, during the electoral campaign or BEFORE the campaign (if found performing), or even before the acceptance of the candidature itself, is STRICTLY forbidden to: bribe other citizens for votes, by offering them any possible advantage in exchange for a vote. Only people registered in the political parties are allowed to make propaganda for the candidate. Propaganda is recognized as: forum publications; in-game /ad; official campaign acts (rallies, speeches, events, etc). Non-listed actions here are not counted as official propaganda and may be performed by any citizen. There is no specific limit for candidature donations - however, the donated cash, must not originate from illicit acts (ex. using marked money from ATMs to sponsor a candidate). 3.3 - GENERAL RULES A candidate may not be found guilty of any crimes during the electoral period (regardless if the guiltiness is assured in-game, by the police [arrested in the act], or by a Court decision), under punishment of being excluded from the election. A candidate may not be found guilty of any breach of the Electoral Rules, under punishment of being excluded from the election. The candidate must have a person running along for the position of a Vice Governor, and from the same party. A candidate must organize at minimum two campaign events during the campaign period, which may be rallies, charity events, or another kind of campaign events which must be scheduled prior to the hosting. 4. ELECTORAL PROCEDURES The electoral application form goes as follow - post in THIS topic: 1. THE GOVERNOR CANDIDATE INFORMATION A. NAME: <your name> B. RESIDENCE: <your residence> C. POLITICAL ORIENTATION: <your political orientation: socialism, feudalism, communism, ...> 2. THE VICE GOVERNOR CANDIDATE INFORMATION A. NAME: <name of YOUR vice governor> B. RESIDENCE: <residence location of YOUR vice governor> 3. ADDITIONAL CABINET CANDIDATE INFORMATION: A. NAME: <name of your cabinet member> B. RESIDENCE: <residence of your cabinet member> C. POSITION: <position your cabinet member will have> 5. THE GOVERNOR'S ROLE AND IT'S ATTRIBUTIONS The elected Governor of the State of San Andreas will be entitled to: Create and implement new laws; Add amendments to current laws; Set property taxes per region; Set toll fees per region; Set base paycheck for emergency services 1; Close or open stations for emergency services; Add or remove vehicles from emergency services; Bear the executive control of the State and all its cities and territories; Promote measures that enrich the quality of life of the citizens of the State; Work along with the guidance of the Congress and the Senate 2; Use government budget for various projects; Propose operations to be conducted by emergency services; 1 - In this context, the emergency services are considered the Police Department, the Fire Department and the Emergency Medical Services, along with their divisions. 2 - The congress and the senate consist of the server management and server leadership. Electoral applications can be sent from the moment this topic is published, till the deadline set and accorded in item 2 - Electoral Dates. Good luck everyone!
  8. EXAMPLE APPLICATION 1. THE GOVERNOR CANDIDATE INFORMATION A. NAME: John Doe B. RESIDENCE: Los Santos, Idlewood C. POLITICAL ORIENTATION: communism 2. THE VICE GOVERNOR CANDIDATE INFORMATION A. NAME: Wayne Doe B. RESIDENCE: Los Santos, Jefferson 3. ADDITIONAL CABINET CANDIDATE INFORMATION: A. NAME: Roger Doe B. RESIDENCE: Los Santos, Rodeo C. POSITION: Chief of Staff A. NAME: Jannet Doe B. RESIDENCE: Los Santos, Rodeo C. POSITION: Secretary of Transport
  9. THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES ANNOUNCES ____________________________________________ SAN ANDREAS STATE GOVERNOR ELECTIONS FEB/2020 The Government of the United States officially opens the process to elect a new San Andreas State Governor that will serve a term from March 2nd to May 31st, 2020. The index of this document goes as follow: ELECTORAL PROCEDURES ELECTORAL DATES ELECTORAL RULES ELECTORAL APPLICATIONS THE GOVERNOR ROLE AND IT'S ATTRIBUTIONS 1. ELECTORAL PROCEDURES The whole electoral process will consist of the following procedures: Application as a candidate - the citizens of the state, who are eligible is determined by the conditions stated in this document will make a formal application on this topic. The application will go through a background check done by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, along with a review by the congress. If all conditions are met, it will be accepted without a problem; Campaign - After the application period is over, the campaign officially starts. The campaign may consist of any acts the candidate wishes to perform, as long as it's with law boundaries and the electoral rules: rallies, speeches, meetings, debates, interviews, etc. The candidates should use their creativity in this process; Voting - After the campaign period is over, voting will be called for all the candidates. More information on voting rules (who is eligible to vote, voting period, etc) will be announced maximum 3 DAYS before the end of the campaign period. 2. ELECTORAL DATES The whole electoral process will happen on the following dates: February 14th to February 16th - all citizens interested in running for Governor may submit application February 17th to February 26th - campaign time frame where candidates are to present their goals and host public conferences February 27th to February 29th - voting period March 1st - official ceremony of appointment of the elected Governor to the position 3. ELECTORAL RULES The whole electoral process will bear the safeguard of these rules: 3.1 - APPLICATION RULES The electoral application is subject to be questioned by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, responsible to perform the background checks, or by the congress itself. In any case, the candidate is questioned, he shall follow all instructions provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation or by the congress. 3.2 - CAMPAIGN RULES A candidate, during the electoral campaign or BEFORE the campaign (if found performing), or even before the acceptance of the candidature itself, is STRICTLY forbidden to: bribe other citizens for votes, by offering them any possible advantage in exchange for a vote. Only people registered in the political parties are allowed to make propaganda for the candidate. Propaganda is recognized as: forum publications; in-game /ad; official campaign acts (rallies, speeches, events, etc). Non-listed actions here are not counted as official propaganda and may be performed by any citizen. There is no specific limit for candidature donations - however, the donated cash, must not originate from illicit acts (ex. using marked money from ATMs to sponsor a candidate). 3.3 - GENERAL RULES A candidate may not be found guilty of any crimes during the electoral period (regardless if the guiltiness is assured in-game, by the police [arrested in the act], or by a Court decision), under punishment of being excluded from the election. A candidate may not be found guilty of any breach of the Electoral Rules, under punishment of being excluded from the election. The candidate must have a person running along for the position of a Vice Governor, and from the same party. A candidate must organize at minimum two campaign events during the campaign period, which may be rallies, charity events, or another kind of campaign events which must be scheduled prior to the hosting. 4. ELECTORAL PROCEDURES The electoral application form goes as follow - post in THIS topic: 1. THE GOVERNOR CANDIDATE INFORMATION A. NAME: <your name> B. RESIDENCE: <your residence> C. POLITICAL ORIENTATION: <your political orientation: socialism, feudalism, communism, ...> 2. THE VICE GOVERNOR CANDIDATE INFORMATION A. NAME: <name of YOUR vice governor> B. RESIDENCE: <residence location of YOUR vice governor> 3. ADDITIONAL CABINET CANDIDATE INFORMATION: A. NAME: <name of your cabinet member> B. RESIDENCE: <residence of your cabinet member> C. POSITION: <position your cabinet member will have> 5. THE GOVERNOR'S ROLE AND IT'S ATTRIBUTIONS The elected Governor of the State of San Andreas will be entitled to: Create and implement new laws; Add amendments to current laws; Set property taxes per region; Set toll fees per region; Set base paycheck for emergency services 1; Close or open stations for emergency services; Add or remove vehicles from emergency services; Bear the executive control of the State and all its cities and territories; Promote measures that enrich the quality of life of the citizens of the State; Work along with the guidance of the Congress and the Senate 2; Use government budget for various projects; Propose operations to be conducted by emergency services; 1 - In this context, the emergency services are considered the Police Department, the Fire Department and the Emergency Medical Services, along with their divisions. 2 - The congress and the senate consist of the server management and server leadership. Electoral applications can be sent from the moment this topic is published, till the deadline set and accorded in item 2 - Electoral Dates. Good luck everyone!
  10. United States Congress H. RES 016 San Andreas Government Dated 27th of January, 2020 This resolution is a conclusion of the allegations brought forward by the San Andreas Police Department relating to the abuse of power by the State Government following an interaction which occurred at the Police Department's precinct at East Los Santos on 21st of January, 2020. As for the investigation by the Oversight Committee, the following is established: Allegation which states the paychecks being altered after 17th January could not be verified and is therefore dismissed. Allegation which states the Government attempted to forcefully obtain information from the Police Department is proven to be true. The hearings have shown that the Government also attempted to force internal changes within the Police Department by using the authority to manage paychecks. Review of the footage from the precinct's CCTV, the uniformed trooper's body camera and the dash camera of the vehicle parked next by showed rather hostile approach from the Government. This resolution establishes the following: Both parties could have prevented the incident from occurring by establishing more fluent communication and utilizing more diplomatic approach to the matters of concern. Both parties are to arrange a meeting at which they are to discuss the issues at hand and find appropriate path forward to avoid such incidents from reoccurring. State Government may not use their authority to alter paychecks in such a manner, without any legitimate reasons, that it is used as a bargaining tool in order to achieve a goal or obtain information. Such acts can be considered extortion. State Government has the authority to make proposals to the State Agencies, and to work along with the State Agencies, however, the State Government does not have the authority to force changes on the State Agencies, the changes must be agreed upon by the State Agency head. State Government make a public notice on the appropriate public bulletin board at whichever point a change in paycheck is made, so all may be aware of the change as well as the date and time at which the change took place. The Congress will take no action against either party. Both parties are to align with this resolution and work in harmony in a reasonable manner which is within the boundaries of the law and ethics for the bodies of the Government.
  11. United States Congress H. PUB 001 San Andreas Government Dated 26th of January, 2020 The Congress has taken notice of the recent publication by the San Andreas Government and denies allegations made against the United States Congress. The function of the Congress and its Oversight Committee is to establish whether abuse of power occurred at the specified situation by calling in all witnesses from both parties and obtaining the accurate timeline of the events and facts on the matter. The Congress received a complaint on Friday, January 24th, 2020 7:41 pm. As a result of this complaint which alleges abuse of power to obtain internal information of the agency, the Congress launched an investigation to determine whether the State Governor used his position and the authority to manage the State Agencies' paychecks to obtain information which is outside the Governor's jurisdiction. Furthermore, in the first hearing which occurred on the 25th of January, 2020, Mr. Derek Shelby who voluntarily stepped up as a witness upon a request by the Congress, and by the statements given by both, Mr. Santos and Mr. Shelby, it was stated that the paychecks were altered after the confrontation at the Police Department's "South Central" precinct. Part of the transcripts from the hearing: 25-01-2020 19:06:55 - Matthew Carter: According to Mr. Santos, Governor Finney decreased paycheck of Command Staff to $800 25-01-2020 19:07:01 - Matthew_Carter: After the confrontation at the precinct 25-01-2020 19:07:04 - Matthew_Carter: Is that correct? 25-01-2020 19:07:21 - Derek_Shelby: Yes sir. Considering the severity of the allegations in question and the statements from both parties which are matching, the Congress has the duty to investigate the matter and obtain more necessary facts in order to make a determination on whether abuse of power occurred or not.
  12. United States Congress H. RES 015 San Andreas Governor Dated 25th of January, 2020 The Congress received a complaint from San Andreas Police Department in regards to recent actions taken by the San Andreas State Government - the reduction of paycheck for the commanding ranks in the Police Department. While the Governor has the authority to adjust paychecks, the circumstances of the specific case, as stated in the complaint, question if the authority was misused in order to obtain access to confidential information from the Police Department. Consequently, the Congress has launched an investigation into the whole scheme in order to determine whether the State Government overstepped their boundaries and abused their authority for ill intentions. The Congress held the first hearing on the 25th of January, 2020 and had sent an invitation to the hearing to Governor Brendan Finney a day prior, at a time at which both parties agreed were available at. In the hearing, a witness was revealed through the statement of Mr. Santos from the Police Department which was Mr. Derek Shelby. Mr. Shelby was called forward to provide his statement to the Congress, however, Mr. Shelby suddenly ran outside of the hearing with no explanation or justification. As the Governor failed to appear at the scheduled Congressional hearing, and the witness failed to comply with providing a statement as one of the key witnesses, the Congress is forced to issue a subpoena on the two persons in order to complete the investigation. S U B P O E N A To: Governor Brendan Finney, Mr. Derek Shelby Pursuant to lawful authority, YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to make available to the CONGRESSIONAL OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE of the United States Congress, on Sunday, 26th of January, 2020, between 14;00 CET and 22:00 CET, with a notice of appearance which is to be submitted at minimum four hours prior to the availability. Failure to appear will be considered contempt of the Congressional subpoena and will be sanctioned.
  13. United States Congress H. RES 014 Bone County Dated 8th of January, 2020 Due to the recent rise in hostility shown by Bone County Resistance, which includes advertisements being published by the head of it, Reis Mucahit, The Congress will proceed with appropriate response. The United States, and San Andreas State, will not be threatened with violence and hostility, especially not by the people who were given a huge amount of space and opportunity to prove their intention, ability and will to cooperate with the US and State Government. However, and which is unfortunate for them, they failed to do that. Consequently, the following actions are decided: Any and all statuses that were previously delegated to Bone County are effective immediately nullified and considered invalid. Bone County is to once again fall under authority of San Andreas State Government, and will no longer have a Government of their own. San Andreas Police Department has full authority to enforce all applicable state and federal laws on the territory of Bone County.
  14. United States Congress H. RES 013 Nationalization of Market Ammunation Dated 5th of January, 2020 The Congress passes resolution to nationalize Market Ammunation, the business currently owned by Mr. Carlo Gambino. Market Ammunation has significance in the weapon market, as the primary source of legal weapons in the State of San Andreas, and as a business that generates massive amounts of profits on daily basis. The current law allows citizens to purchase these legals weapons sold in the Ammunations to use it to defend themselves and their property on the premises of their property. Unfortunately, the State has been suffering some symptoms of monopoly for the past years, which the Congress is forced to combat, in order to maintain healthy economy in the country. The following are the terms of the nationalization: Market Ammunation will remain in ownership of the current owner, Carlo Gambino. On the next time, at which the current owner, Carlo Gambino, chooses to sell, lease, rent or abandon the property, or in any way, shape, or form chooses to transfer it to another party other than himself, this resolution will come in effect. Once the resolution is in effect, the Federal Government will provide the owner, Carlo Gambino, with a reasonable buyout, keeping in mind the profit the business generates, its location and other relevant attributes. Finally, the Federal Government will lease the business to any citizen who wishes to lease the Market Ammunation, for lease price that will be determined at that point, and for which applications will be held where citizens who are interested into leasing the property will apply and be evaluated by the Federal Government.
  15. BRENDAN FINNEY is the new GOVERNOR of the SAN ANDREAS STATE
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