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Therefore the sovereign must call on someone else to form a 'caretaker'
government to serve until the election. By the letter of the law he can ask any
member of the Grand Assembly, but as a matter of strict constitutional precedent
he has no ...
I thought the Grand Assembly didn't recognize proxies." "They don't, for all
ordinary procedure. You either pair, or you show up and vote. But this is just the
idler wheels going around in parliamentary machinery. If they don't let him
appear by ...
Then I was swearing allegiance to my sovereign, under and subject to the
constitutional limitations, swearing to defend and continue the rights and
privileges of the Grand Assembly, and to protect the freedoms of the citizens of
the Empire ...
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