THE START OF THE FEDERAL NATIONAL COUNCIL
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THE FEDERAL NATIONAL COUNCIL
Once, there was a king named Abdullah I, and he was the ruler of Al-Hudajjah, and a favorable one at that. He made the Federal Nation Council for the his laws to be reviewed, and be decided by his people. But for this to be acknowledged, he is going to explain what is it.
Welcome, it is I, King Abdullah I, and I will unfold on what is the FNC and what it does in my kingdom. The Federal National Council is a council dedicated to discussing issues, and drafted laws concerning the people and economy of the country. It is formed to represent the general people of Al-Hudajjah, to give them a voice, a decision, to either let drafted laws be declared, or not.
The FNC consists of 40 members that are given advisory tasks in the house of the legislative council. The members are elected by the National Election Committee, and any citizen can be selected.
The FNC exists because people often disagree with the declaration of a new law, as it may not fit with their lifestyle. And that's why the FNC is in charge with reviewing, discussing, and giving recommendations when it terms to laws, drafted laws, so that the FNC can make amendments to the law-in-making.
So in summary, the FNC is here because the people in general wants to have the right, or freedom in giving a voice to these laws, to make amendments if there is something wrong with it. And people now favor this kind of council. Now, thank you for lending your ears to this topic. Thank you and goodbye.
DISCLAIMER: Names that have been muttered in this storyboard is fictional, otherwise, it is coincidental.
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