Article XI (Andalus)

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Article XI (Andalus)
Andalusian Parliament
Andalusian Law Regarding The Status of the Armed Forces
Enacted by Damien Moulin
Date enacted 1 March 2016
Date passed 15 February 2016
Date of Royal Assent 20 February 2016
Date commenced 1 March 2016
Legislative history
Introduced by Francis Buckley
First reading 18 November, 2015
Second reading 30 November, 2015
Third reading 23 December, 2015
Summary
Passed by Senate 234 YEA - 15 NAY
Passed by National Assembly 466 YEA - 122 NAY
Status: In force

The Andalusian Law Regarding The Status of the Armed Forces more widely known as Article XI is a law passed by the Andalusian Parliament that eliminated Statue E-41 of the Andalusian Constitution which barred the Andalusian government from joining military and defense alliances, and removed the six-decade old Armed Neutrality Clause, which prevented the Andalusian Defense Forces from carrying out acts in support of allies. It also replaced the wording of the 1983 Acts of the Union to accommodate a dramatic increase in size of each of Andalus' five Mobile Defense Battalions.

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Andalus v. Bakri State[edit]

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