|Enacted by||Ecclesia of Taijitu|
|Introduced||January 7, 2015|
|Vote||February 10, 2015|
|Full text of the Citizen-Initiator Act|
The Citizen-Initiator Act is a law establishing the office, powers, and responsibilities of the Citizen-Initiator of Taijitu.
1. Qualifications and Election
- Any citizen of Taijitu may stand for election to the office of Citizen-Initiator.
- An election for Citizen-Initiator will be held when three months have passed since the last election, the Ecclesia chooses to hold an election by a majority vote, or the office of Citizen-Initiator is vacant.
- No person may serve as Citizen-Initiator for more than two consecutive terms.
- The Ecclesia may remove the Citizen-Initiator by a majority vote.
2. Powers and Responsibilities
- The Citizen-Initiator will review and approve citizenship requests according to law.
- The Citizen-Initiator will serve as presiding officer of the Ecclesia and will be responsible for moderating debate in the Ecclesia, recording the results of votes, and making rulings on procedure.
|Government of Taijitu|
|Legislative||Ecclesia · Citizen-Initiator||Executive||Delegate · Citizen-Diplomats · Citizen-Liaison · Armed Forces . Citizen-Sergeant||Constitution||Constitution|
|Laws||Alliance Between Taijitu and The North Pacific . Citizen-Initiator Act .Citizen-Liaison Act. Citizenship Act . Delegacy Act . Flag and Seals Act · Holidays Act . Judiciary Act . Militia Act . Noble Houses Act . Revolutionary Calendar Act . The Rejected Realms - Taijitu Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation . University of the Revolution Act|