Lex Vedia de ratione edictorum (Nova Roma)
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The Lex Vedia de Ratione Edictorum is hereby enacted to provide guidelines for the issuance of magisterial edicta, as provided for in the Constitution.
I. As described in the Constitution, the activities of magistrates in the furtherance of their official activities shall, in large part, take place through the issuance of edicta (edicts). While edicta may be issued and acted upon under the authority of the issuing magistrate, edicta shall be published in at least one of the following public fora within 72 hours of their issuance: the officially sponsored email list or the officially sponsored Internet message board. Such edicta shall be posted in the aerarium Saturni by the magister aranearius as soon as practical.
II. Edicta are subject to intercessio (veto) by those legally empowered to do so by the constitution. Such intercessio may be issued as soon as the edictum has been issued, but no longer than 72 hours after its publication as described in section I, above.
(30 July 1999), and duly validated by senatus consultum, pridie Idus MMDCCLII, by 7x1
(12 Aug. 1999).
In accordance with the Lex Equitia de Vigintisexviris, the title 'curator araneum' has been replaced by 'magister aranearius.'
A. Tullia Scholastica, Latinista, Scriba praetoris et magistri aranei, 2758.