Only the king can call parliament for, and parliament can only be called in the winter season. Players have three seasons to vote, and only those that voted count when the "yeas" and "nays" are counted. To remove a king, you also need to call parliament. But a Herald must do it and will do so if two or more nobles of the kingdom in question requests it. The players calling for the kings removal must have been in the game for at least three years and the Herald must verify this.
The player Herald or the king enters one line proposition to be voted on for England or France.
There are three important propositions possible;
· 1- Vote the king a special tax of up to 90% of players (active and inactive) purses (enter
the percentage). This is not implemented yet.
· 2- Remove the king from power, later voting in another player as the king and leaving the existing king with nothing but his character, family and purse .
· 3- Allow the king to take away a title from a player (a title, like duke, that is not attached to a fief).
All other players with fiefs in that kingdom can vote up to three seasons after proposition has been made (if proposition entered in Winter 1349, vote can be made until Fall 1350 from Official Acts menu, which lists propositions waiting for vote. Voting populations are determined at the end of the Fall season, when all votes are calculated.
Players may vote yea or nay and may not change vote). At least 60% YEA is needed for either proposition to pass. When the system does the update from Fall 1350 to Winter 1350, it notes players who have voted on propositions due on that update, tallies the scores and takes the actions indicated.
The king is always assumed to have voted against a proposition to remove him from power (especially if he doesn't vote), unless the king actually votes for it. Once the king is removed, the royal fiefs still under control of the crown will still vote for the old king when it comes time to vote for a new king.