Who controls the Boule?
The People control the Boule as shown in the flow of control below: The United States Constitution The U.S. Constitution established by the People is the source of the Boule’s authority. This constitutional Amendment specifies that the Boule shall be responsible to the People. It grants the Boule broad powers so that additional Amendments will not be needed each time new circumstances are encountered. However, an initial set of rules is adopted by the constitutional Amendment creating limits on these broad powers. This permits the Boule to have functioning Rules when it is first convened, but without access to more authority than it initially needs. Part A Rules Boule Rules that can only be changed by Direct Initiative passed by the Electorate The Direct Initiative Rules can only be changed by Direct Initiative passed by the Electorate. It is here that the People exercise their continuing high-level control over the Boule. For example, the People must approve any changes to: the Boule
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