Senatus consultum ultimum on Senators and others - tax arrears

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I. I. This Senatus consultum ultimum is issued by the Senate under the authority granted to it under section V.E of the Constitution of Nova Roma.

II. The following citizens and senators are in arrears of the Nova Roman tax:

Publius Annaeus Constantinus Placidus
Gaius Marcius Crispus
Lucius Equitius Cincinnatus Augur
Gaius Petronius Dexter
Gaius Tullius Valerianus Germanicus
Quintus Vipsanius Agrippa

III. The following citizens and ex-magistrates subscribed to the Senate list are in arrears of the Nova Roman tax:

Aulus Liburnius Hadrianus
Sextus Lucilius Tutor

IV. Those citizens listed at section II are removed from the "album senatorum" and are no longer senators of Nova Roma. They shall be removed also from the official Senate list and all Senate committee lists.

V. Those citizens listed at section III are removed from the the official Senate list and all Senate committee lists. As per section III of the SENATUS CONSULTUM ULTIMUM ON THE LEX POPILLIA SENATORIA the loss of their grandfathered right to be subscribed to the Senate list voids their right to be re-subscribed to the Senate list as holders of the now former right of ius sententiae dicendae.

VI. Upon enactment of this Senatus consultum ultimum:

A. The only lawful method of subsequently superseding, amending or repealing this Senatus consultum ultimum must be by way of a Senatus consultum ultimum, that must achieve an extraordinary majority before it can be enacted. Any other method or attempt shall be illegal and forbidden. The Princeps senatus may at his/her discretion replace the requirement above for an extraordinary majority with a requirement for a special majority, or a simple majority.

B. No other Senatus consultum ultimum shall be enacted where the proposed content of which conflicts, negates, overrides, limits or otherwise affects in a negative manner the contents and/or purposes of all or any part of this Senatus consultum ultimum, whether directly or indirectly other than by the method at specified at section VI.A of this Senatus consultum ultimum.

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