Lex Iunia de magistratuum aetate (Nova Roma)

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This lex has been REPEALED.

Approved by Comitia centuriata
Yes: No: Abs.:
a.d. X Kal. Dec. L. Equitio Dec. Iunio cos. MMDCCLII a.u.c.


This law shall regulate the minimum age a person may hold specific magistracies.

I. No person may assume the office of censor or consul until he or she has reached the age of 27.

II. No person may assume the office of praetor or tribune of the plebs until he or she has reached the age of 25.

III. No person may assume the office of quaestor, aedile, or be appointed to the position of provincial governor, until he or she has reached the age of 21.

IV. No person shall assume any office of the Vigintisexviri until he or she has reached the age of 21.

V. This law shall regulate only those people who assume any of the aforementioned offices after January 2, 2000 C.E. Any person holding one of the aforementioned positions at the time of the passage of this law or currently running for one of the regulated positions shall be exempt from its provisions for the remainder of his or her current term.

VI. An exemption to this law may be granted to a person by the approval of both censors and a senatus consultum approved by a two thirds majority vote.

Chapter VI has been amended by the lex Vedia de magistratuum aetate. A. Tullia Scholastica, Latinista, Scriba praetoris et magistri aranei.
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