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03-22-2013, 02:56 PM
This also doesn't make sense to me:
Tal'aura reforms the Romulan political system to give her direct control over the make-up of the senate, irritating traditional Romulan noble families who lose some of their previous status.
The Romulan situation also spurs Spock and the unificationists to take the opportunity to assert their power and push for representation in the new senate and recognition and support of the movement by the Federation.
Tal'aura was an opportunistic tyrant who once killed the entire Romulan Senate. Now, she has control over the make-up of the senate.
Spock and the unificationists want to push for representation, and they want Federation support for it? How do they "assert their power and push for representation" when Tal'aura has direct control over the make-up of the senate?
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