The Seventh Amendment was proposed by MOTC Martha Van Ghent and came into law on November 15th 2010. The purpose of the very short amendment was to give all citizens the right to own three properties, which previously had belonged only to MOTCs, and to clarify another sentence in the Constitution. It gave citizens the right to:

  1. To have a number of residences in Lovia, but no more than three.
  2. To participate in federal and state politics and to be a candidate in any Lovian election, unless he or she does not meet the requirements.

Although the law passed without major difficulties and proved to be popular, it became controversial as it caused a large number of citizens to buy new houses immediately prior to the 2011 state elections, which led to accusations that parties were trying to manipulate Lovia's demographics to affect the results of the election.

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