I issue this edict as I am about to undergo a medical treatment that will temporarily indispose me.
I. Tribunus Laticlavius, Tiberius Cilnius Maecenas, (http://romanrepublic.org/civitas/citize ... ecenas/280) is granted the authority provided by LEX CURIATORUM: On the Consul (http://romanrepublic.org/forum/download/file.php?id=65), in subsection Powers and minimum responsibilities of the consul:
II. Must organize the Comitia Centuriata and Comitia Tributa to elect censores, consuls,
praetors, curule aediles and quaestors for the year after their term expires
IV. Can summon the following assemblies and propose items before these assebilies:
a. Comitia Curiata
b. Comitia Tributa
c. Comitia Centuriata
XI. A consul may veto the actions of their colleague and any of these junior ranked elected
magistrates in accordance to the bylaws
XII. A consul may veto the actions of any appointed (unelected) magistrate (officer)
II. All decisions made by my Tribunus Laticlavius in my name shall be reviewed upon my return and are to be regarded as temporary but effective immediately as if issued by my own hand.
III. The Comitia Tributa is to be called within the next 40 days by my Tribunus Laticlavius if not called sooner by my Consular colleague or the Praetores. This meeting is to elect an additional Quaestor and ratify any pending legislation passed by the Senate. Tribunus Laticlavius, Tiberius Cilnius Maecenas is to chair this meeting in my name if not called by another magistrate sooner. If this meeting is called by Maecenas, then Quaestor, Gaius Cominius Laenas is to act as Rogator to verify the results. Quaestor, Lucius Livius Seneca is to act as Custode assisting in this task.
IV. This edict is effective immediately and will remain enforce until vetoed or rescinded. This edict expires on the Kalends of Quintilis at midnight.
Id. Apr. L. Curtio L. Aurelio cos. MMDCCLXX a.u.c.