Our Founders' Warning: “Every government degenerates when trusted to the rulers of the people alone. The people themselves are its only safe depositories.” (Thomas Jefferson)

3.6: Processing Requests

Processing requests from the IQA shall be prompt. The IQA shall be promptly informed if the requested party decides or intends not to process a requests for advice or opinion, otherwise the advice or opinion shall be in writing, freely given, and provided in a timely manner. The Senate, the House of Representatives, the President, and the Supreme Court shall each send to the IQA brief timely written opinion on Candidates Initiatives. The IQA will include these opinions with each Candidate Initiative for the Electorate’s guidance.

Explanation of Processing Requests

The IQA should seek advice and opinion from government. If it will not be forthcoming, the IQA must be informed so it can proceed without it.