The Forty-Sixth Amendment to the Charter (Powers of the Minister of Role Play Act 2016) Author(s): Ivory Rhodes, South Jarvis (editor) Co-signer(s): N/A Date Enacted: 7 December 2016 Final Vote Count: 10-1-1
"Establishing that Article II, Section 2.4, Subsections 2.4.3 thru Subsection 2.4.7 of the Charter are meant to give enumerated powers to the Minister of Role Play: Recognizing that previous Subsections 2.4.1 and 2.4.2 give detailed information as to the authority of the Minister of Role Play: Also recognizing that the subsequent Subsections are completely devoid of any definition as found in the precursor Subsections: Further recognizing that the wording of these subsections and the Charter in its current state legally allow for the circumvention of the Charter through a bastard interpretation of said responsibilities of the MoRP:"
The following is inserted as Cl. VIII of Art. II, Sec. IV:
Clause VIII. The rules referred to in subsections 2.4.4 thru 2.4.7 may only be established by an Act of Congress and may not be defined by the Minister of Role Play or any other Cabinet Member.