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DispatchFactbookMiscellaneous

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Government [LE]

Last updated on Monday May 11th, 2018. If you find this dispatch helpful, please upvote.


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This page lists all the members of the Board of Directors and Senior Management, the responsibilities with which they are charged, and company policies and bylaws. Please direct any questions to Clarkentrent.


  1. Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

    • Held by Clarkentrent.

    • Most powerful position in the region.

    • Elected semiannually by the Board through a one-week private vote at the beginning of the month.

    • Sets the course of the region and directs other officers.

    • Regional Officer authority includes Appearance, Border Control, Communications, Embassies, and Polls.

  2. Board of Directors (BoD)

    1. Chief Operating Officer (COO)

      • Held by Okla-texas.

      • Elected quarterly by shareholders through a one-week public vote at the beginning of the month.

      • In charge of official operations and functions, appointing Senior Management, overall second-in-command.

      • Regional Officer authority includes Appearance, Border Control, Communications, Embassies, and Polls.

    2. Chief Recruiting Officer (CRO)

      • Held by Grater Tovakia.

      • Elected quarterly by shareholders through a one-week public vote at the beginning of the month.

      • In charge of recruiting new members, integrating them into the region, and promoting share ownership.

      • Regional Officer authority includes Communications.

    3. Chief Legal Officer (CLO)

      • Held by Bonnie Blue Republic.

      • Elected quarterly by shareholders through a one-week public vote at the beginning of the month.

      • Conducts trials and determines punishments for misconduct in the region.

      • Determines legality/validity of bills based on passed laws; makes sure that laws do not contradict each other.

      • Regional Officer authority includes Communications.

    4. Chief Information Officer (CIO)

      • Held by [position vacant].

      • Appointed by the founder.

      • In charge of maintaining offsite properties and handling technical matters.

      • This position includes no Regional Officer authority.

    5. Chief Trade Officer (CTO)

      • Held by The united banking associaton.

      • Elected quarterly by shareholders through a one-week public vote at the beginning of the month.

      • In charge of building profitable relationships with other regions and acting as a liaison to them.

      • Regional Officer authority includes Embassies.

    6. WA Delegate

      • Held by Clarkentrent.

      • Elected to the BoD through endorsements.

      • Handles all WA-related matters for the region (posting in WA subforums, approving and voting, gauging opinion, maximizing endorsements and influence).

      • Regional Officer authority includes Executive, Appearance, Border Control, Communications, Embassies, and Polls.

    7. Founder

      • Held by Mercantana.

      • Provides highest level of oversight.

      • Permanent seat on the BoD.

      • Regional Officer authority includes Executive, Appearance, Border Control, Communications, Embassies, and Polls.

  3. Senior Management

    1. Building Manager (BM)

      • Held by Buryasia

      • Appointed by the COO.

      • Maintains the company's floor plan and distributes office space.

      • This position includes no Regional Officer authority.

    2. Vice President for Public Relations (VP-PR)

      • Held by Waikaloa.

      • Appointed by the COO.

      • Publishes news articles.

      • This position includes no Regional Officer authority.

    3. Vice President for Accounting (VP-A)

      • Held by [position vacant].

      • Appointed by the COO.

      • Publishes statistics and quarterly reports.

      • This position includes no Regional Officer authority.

    4. Vice President for Research (VP-R)

      • Held by Unike.

      • Appointed by the COO.

      • Collects data from all employees and guests through polls.

      • Regional Officer authority includes Polls.

    5. Ambassador

      • Held by Fanter kesh .

      • Appointed by CTO, application requires at least one reason why you are qualified.

      • Reports to CTO for questions and works with him directly to scout out regions

      • This position includes no Regional Officer authority.

  4. Shareholders

    • "Citizens" of the region.

    • Able to vote.

    • Able to propose bylaws.

    • Status granted through WA membership and an application.

  5. Employees

    • All residents not belonging to one of the above categories.

    • Still able to speak freely and make suggestions, but not vote (except via endorsements).

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Shareholders are residents who own a stake in the region, and are thereby afforded special rights. Any resident who joins the World Assembly, submits the following application to the COO (currently Okla-texas), and is approved, is then considered a shareholder. Shareholder status may be revoked by the CLO (currently Bonnie Blue Republic) upon a conduct review by the Board, or unilaterally by the Founder. Resignation from the WA will result in the loss of shareholder status, except for members of the Joint Task Force.

Application

Nation Name:
Founding Date*:
WA Status (Y / N):

*To view one's founding date, visit this page.

At present, the additional abilities possessed by shareholders include the right to vote for Board members and to propose bylaws.

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Process of Proposing a Bylaw
  1. Authority

    1. All shareholders are allowed to propose bylaws.

    2. A shareholder is allowed to submit any proposal at any time.

  2. Submission

    1. All proposals must be sent to the CLO to check if they are legally consistent with existing bylaws.

    2. The CLO is given a week to respond to any bylaws. If you have not been given a response in that amount of time, contact the COO with your bylaw request.

    3. The shareholder who proposed the bylaw will be sent a telegram by the CLO stating whether the bylaw was accepted or denied.

    4. If the bylaw is approved by the CLO, it will go to the Board for a two day voting period via telegram.

    5. All of the board votes will go to the CLO.

    6. If the bylaw is passed by the board, it will be sent to the CEO, who may choose to accept or veto the proposal.

    7. If the proposal is rejected by the the board, it will not go to the CEO.

  3. Veto Nullification

    1. If a shareholder wishes to have the CEOís veto nullified, they must first send a request to the CLO.

    2. After the request has been sent, it will be reviewed by the CLO and then it shall be put to a vote open to all the shareholders of Lands End for a 3 day voting period via telegram. If this request is not in a serious manner and/or does not contain proper grammar and spelling, the request will be denied by the CLO.

    3. All votes must be sent to the CLO in order to be valid.

    4. Any attempts to overturn a veto must pass with a ⅔ majority vote.

  4. Requirements to Propose a Bylaw

    1. All proposals must maintain proper grammar and spelling.

    2. All proposals must state the name of the bylaw.

    3. All proposals must state how it will benefit Landís End Company as a whole.

    4. All proposals must be legally consistent with all other bylaws.

  5. Notifying the Public

    1. The CLO is responsible for telling the public the CLOís decision on the bylaw, the Boardís decision on the bylaw, and if the CEO has vetoed a bylaw via RMB.

    2. The CLO will send out a mass telegram if a bylaw is passed.

    Lands Endís Election Process
    1. Lands Endís Board of Directors Election Process

      1. The WA delegate will conduct the votes for the Board of Directors.

      2. All Shareholders must send a telegram to the WA delegate entailing who they will be voting for, in order for the vote to be valid.

        1. When sending the telegram you must follow this format:
          Chief Operating Officer (COO):
          Chief Recruiting Officer (CRO):
          Chief Legal Officer (CLO):
          Chief Trade Officer (CTO):

        If you do not follow this format, your vote will be rendered null and void.

      3. Votes must be sent in by the seventh day of the month that elections are held, if they are sent any later they shall be rendered null and void.

      4. If you are planning on running, you must send a notification the WA delegate stating what position you are running for.

      5. Voting for someone who has not publicly announced they are running for any position will not be counted.

      6. Elections will be held quarterly starting August 1st, so the next election will be November 1st and so on.

    2. Lands Endís CEO Election Process

      1. The COO will conduct the votes for the CEO.

      2. Elections will be held semi-annually, and will start on the second week of every February and August of the year.

      3. All Board of Directors are required to vote for CEO unless they are out for the week with a reasonable excuse.

        1. If a Board of Director knows they will be absent for the week of the election, they will have the option to vote the week beforehand.

      4. Votes must be sent in by the fourth day of the second week of August and February.

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This section contains our official embassy policy, which is currently subject to change at any time. Foreign ambassadors should read carefully before making an in-game embassy request.

1. Please telegram a request to the CTO (currently The united banking associaton). The request should include at least one good reason why we should accept your request. All regions collecting embassies will be categorically denied.

2. Embassies do not signify alliances, but good inter-regional relations. We are a neutral region, and an embassy with another region should not be taken as a sign of ideological or gameplay alignment with that region.

3. Keep in mind that nations in embassy regions have RMB posting ability in our region.

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