Uskorian High Queen Charlotte Katrínsdóttir has issued a writ of election for the Landtag, the Commonwealth of Uskor’s legislature. It is to be a general election in pursuance of the Uskorian constitution, meaning the entire membership will now be re-elected.
Per the Office of the High Queen, the three parties of the local Fatherland Union, the Labour Party, the People’s Party, and the Progressive Citizens Party have all made nominations to the Landtag. Robert Illawarra, head of the Independent List Party, is according to local media preparing his own party’s list for submission, and it will be submitted some time today.
The election itself will take place on the 13th of October and the 14th of October.
Also on the ballot is a proposal to amend the Constitution of Uskor. It is unclear what the specifics of the ballot are, but local media refers to it as a proposal which would “change the way the Landtag is elected to include seats appointed by Her Majesty the High Queen and to include percentages of votes to how many votes or delegates a party or independent member may have.”
Sources suggest that this election may have ramifications for Uskor’s attendance at the Quorum of the Grand Unified Micronational, confirmed to be occurring tomorrow. The High Queen is currently in discussions with the Lord Chief Justice of Uskor to ascertain whether it would be legal for the Uskorian delegate to take part in Quorum discussions while the Uskorian government itself is in “caretaker mode”.