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The Federal Authority Act is a proposed legislative bill in the Soviet Federation. It was drawn up by Premier Devlin of the Kingdom of Greenwood in 3578 and sponsored by Councillor Andrew of The Republic of Mandarr. It was proposed to the Soviet Council in the second council meeting of the Seventy-First Soviet Government. It asserts the authority of the Soviet Supreme Court and Interior Ministry in the active enforcement of Soviet Federal legislation and mandates the agencies of enforcement.
Section 1.1 - Authority of the Supreme Court
This Act affirms the authority of the Soviet Supreme Court in enforcing compliance with and constitutionality of Soviet Common Law passed by the Council of the Soviet Federation
Section 1.2 - Remit of the Supreme Court
This Act affirms the remit of the Soviet Supreme Court in consistently checking Soviet Legislation to see if it is in line with the Soviet Constitution.
Section 1.3 - Power of the Supreme Court
This Act permits the Soviet Supreme Court the power to strike down and deem ineffective any piece of Soviet Legislation it finds to be not compliant with the Soviet Constitution.
Section 2.1 - Authority of the Federal Government
This Act affirms the authority of the Soviet Federal Government (Premier and Interior Minister) in enforcing compliance with Soviet Common Law passed by the Council of the Soviet Federation.
Section 3.1 - Conflicting interpretations
This Act affirms that in the event of conflicting interpretations between the Federal Government (Premier and Interior Minister) around the constitutionality or enforcement of Soviet Legislation, the Soviet Supreme Court has precedence over all.