Memoranda of the Office of Viceroy

[center][font=Verdana][size=150]Viceroy’s Memorandum on Elections[/size][/font][/center]

[font=Verdana][size=150]I. Creation of the East Pacific Electoral Commission[/size][/font]

[font=Verdana]1- The East Pacific Electoral Commission is established under the authority of the Viceroy.[/font]
[font=Verdana]1.a- The East Pacific Electoral Commission may be alternatively referred to as EPEC or as EleCom.[/font]

[font=Verdana]2- The convening Viceroy shall be the Chief Executive of the Board.[/font]

[font=Verdana]3- The Electoral Commission shall encompass Viceroy-administered elections and referendums of the East Pacific.[/font]
[font=Verdana]3.a- The Commission shall consist of The Viceroy and a board constituted for each presently ongoing vote. [/font]

[font=Verdana]4- The Boards shall be constituted as follows: the Viceroy, the Chief Executive of the Board, all Scrutineers or Invigilators, and Viceroy-appointed citizens as board members. [/font]
[font=Verdana]4.a- Board shall cease their functions when election results are validated and there are no outstanding challenges to the results. [/font]

[font=Verdana][size=150]II. Functions of the Board[/size][/font]

[font=Verdana]1- The Board shall convene at the Viceroy’s request, or on a Citizen’s challenge.[/font]
[font=Verdana]1.a- Challenges shall be made by application to the Viceroy, applications must be submitted within one week of the validation. [/font]

[font=Verdana]2- The Board shall consider and debate any cases referred by the Viceroy.[/font]

[font=Verdana]3- The Board shall remain under the convening Chief Executive’s authority until its adjournment.[/font]
[font=Verdana]3.a- Should the convening Viceroy no longer be Viceroy, their title shall remain Chief Executive. [/font]

[font=Verdana]4- The Board is empowered to request an EPPS investigation, through the Viceroy. [/font]

[font=Verdana]5- The Board shall make recommendations for the treatment of the application. [/font]

[font=Verdana][size=150]III. Considerations[/size][/font]

[font=Verdana]1- Any referendum-based cases under the consideration of the Board are suspended until the board adjourns or a verdict is announced.[/font]

[font=Verdana]2- Any election-based cases under the consideration of the Board are not considered suspended. [/font]

[font=Verdana]3- The Devices of the Commission shall be as shown in Table A.[/font][/font]
[font=Verdana]3.a- Use of the devices is authorized only in the case of official usage by a member or as approved by the Viceroy. [/font]
[font=Verdana]3.b- Misuse of the devices or title of the Commission constitutes Fraud and will be subject to a trial. [/font]

[center][font=Verdana][size=150]Viceroy’s Memorandum on Acting Viceroyship[/size][/font][/center]

Be it instituted within the Conclave of The East Pacific, under the authority of the Office of Viceroy, the following rules shall constitute a direction to the same.

[size=150]Administrative Rules on Acting Viceroyship[/size][/b]


A.1- Truancy shall be declared when the Office or Duties of the Viceroy are unfulfilled -by inactivity or lapse of term- for longer than seven days from the time of a required action, such as the end of a voting period. Any Arbiter, Vizier, the Delegate, or the Provost may declare truancy.

A.2- Truancy shall only occur if the Viceroy and most recently appointed Viceroy Designee allow the Truancy Term to elapse without action, notice of intention to refuse action, or an equivalent notification.


B.1- When Truancy is declared, the remaining Arbiters must assume the functions of the Office of the Viceroy by consensus. Any Arbiter may act as the Acting Viceroy, so long as no other Arbiter objects within 24 hours of the action.

B.2- Should an Arbiter object to the action, this immediately triggers a Viceroy election. The objecting Arbiter shall invite the Provost of the Magisterium to officiate a voting period of 48 hours, or until all Arbiters have voted, in the public area of Conclave to determine a Viceroy.

B.3- If no Arbiter is willing to stand for election as Viceroy, the Provost shall request the Delegate to appoint a Viceroy Pro Tempore to conduct the duties of the Office of Viceroy. This office holds no vote, may not opine on matters of the law, and must conduct the procedural business of the Conclave. The Pro Tempore may be replaced by the Delegate at any time.

B.4- The Viceroy Pro Tempore must seek to conduct Viceroy elections until a Viceroy is elected.


C.1- At any time during Truancy Procedures, the Viceroy or the Viceroy Designee may reestablish procedural control unless the Conclave has chosen another Viceroy.

Viceroy’s Memorandum on Citizenship

Per the Concordat amendment passed on 2/14/2020, the Grand Vizier shall be taking over all citizenship duties formerly held by the Viceroy.

Per the wishes of the Grand Vizier, the Viceroy Memoranda relating to citizenship shall be updated to reflect this change of roles. The VMs shall eventually be transported to the Praesidium. After being transported, these original memoranda will be formally voided.

Memoranda Being Transferred:

Memorandum on the Public Conciliation Panel

Memorandum on Citizenship Applications


As of 3/20/2020, the above Memoranda have been voided and are now in the Expired Viceroy Memoranda thread in the Law Library, in Proceedural Matters.


The Viceroy hereby acknowledges the passage of the “Delegate Elections Act”, as passed by the Magisterium on March 24, 2020. The procedures laid out within this law shall replace the former Viceroy’s Memorandum on Elections. The law shall constitute election procedure until it is repealed.

Viceroy’s Memorandum on the East Pacific Attorney Office

4-27-2020; Extra Regulations to Accompany the Administrative Rule establishing the Office


A.1- Testing shall be conducted within this thread.

A.2- To pass, applicants must obtain a score of 75% or higher.

A.3- Applicants who fail to pass the exam must wait one month before trying again.

A.4- Attorneys who resign from their position must retake the exam in its current form in order to be restored to office.

B- Attorneys

B.1- All information surrounding who is available to serve as an attorney shall be found in this thread.

B.2- All Attorneys must place the image shown in Table B within their signature.


C.1- The image(s) displayed in Table A shall be used to represent the Office as an institution.

C.2- The image(s) displayed in Table B shall be used to designate who is a certified Attorney of the Office.

Table A
Table B
Attorney Badge