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Constitution of the Confederate States

Constitution of the Confederate States


Image taken of outer cover of the Constitution of the Confederate States

PREAMBLE

On this day the 14th of September, 0 After United Republic, the founding of the Confederate States of Anagonia has taken place and shall be formally recognized. The People have banded together in unity to create a society in which the government shall never become overlord of their souls nor lives nor happiness nor future. It shall be recognized that the Government shall bend to the Will of the People, that said Government shall be moderated by the Military, that said Military shall protect and obey the Will of the People. That in no terms shall another form of government, calling itself Anagonian or otherwise with said People pertaining to the Confederate States, decide to doom the People without due cause and Justice for all mankind. That this Republic, henceforth formed, shall strive for the Freedom of the People and Liberty for all sapient life.

ARTICLE I - GOVERNMENT

The Government of the Confederate States shall consist of three branches of governance with the possibility of more should the People and the Government agree to a change of constitutional contract. Hereunto the branches shall consist of the Executive branch, the Legislative Branch, the Judicial Branch. That these branches of Government shall, with due mindset and sound judgment, lead the Nation as a whole into a better and prosperous future.

Section I - EXECUTIVE BRANCH
The Executive Branch shall consist of the Office of the President, the Office of the Vice President, and therein any cabinet positions saught appointed by the President and Vice President with Congressional Approval. That the Executive Branch shall have the legal and just responsibility to make decisions on behalf of the Confederate States of Anagonia. That therefore the term limits for the Offices of the President and Vice President shall be executed dutifully and faithfully according to this CONSTITUTION of the CONFEDERATE STATES no longer than five years, that thereby following the term of five years shall the people vote accordingly on the successor to the Offices of the President and Vice President. That therein the Executive Branch shall not be above reproach and the Voice and Will of the People.

Section II - LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
The Legislative Branch shall consist of the Grand Senate of the Confederacy and the Grand House of Confederate Representatives, under therefore the name of the Grand Congress of the Confederacy. That therefore the responsibility of the Grand Senate shall be the passing or rejecting of National laws and International Treaties that therefore are of relevance to the continued prosperity of the Confederacy. That therefore the Grand House shall have the responsibility of passing of laws pertaining to Internal and State-to-State relations. That therefore the term limits for Grand Senate of the Confederacy having served dutifully according to these laws established within the CONSTITUTION of the CONFEDERATE STATES shall be no more than four years, that thereby following the term of four years shall the People vote accordingly on the successor Senators within said Grand Senate of the Confederacy. That therefore the term limits for the Grand House of the Confederate Representatives having served dutifully according to these laws established within the CONSTITUTION of the CONFEDERATE STATES shall be no more than four years, that thereby following the term of four years shall the People vote accordingly on the successor Representatives within said Grand House of the Confederate Representatives. That therefore the Legislative Branch shall not be above reproach and the Voice and Will of the People.

Section III - JUDICIAL BRANCH
The Judicial Branch shall govern rightfully and by law the courts of the Confederacy under the Supreme Court of the Confederacy. That therefore shall it be established that the Supreme Court of the Confederacy shall consist of SEVEN JUDGES, whom shall be appointed for approval by the People of each member-state within these CONFEDERATE STATES to the GRAND CONGRESS of the CONFEDERACY under the authority of both Grand Senate and Grand House accordingly, that therefore the number of judges shall increase or decrease by one according to the addition or loss of said member-states. That thereby the appointment of judges lower in authority to the Supreme Court of the Confederacy shall be delegated to the rights and authority of the districts and states therein. That therein all decisions shall be made according to this constitution and any relevant documents passed by the Will of the People and the Congress that Governs according to that Will. That therefore all disputes of a State-to-State nature shall be resolved according to fairness in laws. That therefore the Judicial Branch shall be the final decision making Branch when all attempts to resolve a dispute shall fail. That therefore the Judicial Branch shall govern according to the laws the People have agreed to and be fair and just without political nor personal attachments to said decisions.

ARTICLE II - MILITARY

The Armed Forces of the Confederate States, hereunto referred to as the Military, shall act as Protector of the People of Anagonia from the Government and Outside Aggression. That therefore the Military shall obey all constitutional laws for the People, act according to the Will of the People, and be therefore the one factor that shall continue the Confederacy should it collapse in anarchy. That therefore if a government elected rightfully by the People shall become tyrannical and oppress the freedoms of the People it shall be the right of the Military, with the support and active motivation of the People, to overthrow said government and reestablish normal governing procedures according to this Constitution of the Confederate States. That it shall actively support good diplomatic relations with outside forces and support good relations between the states of the Confederate States.

Section I - MILITARY POLICE
The Military Police shall, at all times, act as the civil protection for the People of the Confederate States. It shall be the responsiblity of the Military Police to assist in all troubles, to maintain order when none is present, to establish a ruling body when all else has failed, to bring together the people of a community when order has ceased, to cooperate with a rebellion and bring mediation between the conflict, to properly address the concerns and issues of the People between the Government and Military, to establish set rules that shall ensure the safe continuation not only of the Confederacy, but that which of the People shall have rule of law, thereunto resolving conflicts between citizens and people of the Confederacy in a fair and just manner by rule of law, that all convicted shall be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, that all citizens have the right to representation and free appointment of attorney and therein a trail by jury of their peers.

ARTICLE III - RIGHTS AND LAWS

The Constitution of the Confederate States shall therefore be the foundation of the Anagonian Civilization no matter the change of government nor creed, that therefore by law this constitution shall adapt to the Will of the People and change according to vote by the People for the People and with approval by sane and just moderators within the Military. That therefore a judicial review of all decision and legislation desiring to change any wording and/or sections and/or articles within this Constitution shall be undertaken. That therefore the Rights and Laws governing the Lands under the Confederacy, hereunto known as Anagonia, hereunto known as The Land in which Anagonains Reside, shall be held sacred and protected from all foreign and domestic harm.

Section I - RIGHTS AND LAWS
The Rights of the People shall include the following, that therein the People shall have the Right to Freedom of Speech that therefore shall not be infringed by any law or any ruling and shall be held sacred. That therein the People shall have the Right to Freedom of Religion that therefore shall not be infringed by any law or any ruling and shall be held sacred. That therein the People shall have the Right to Freedom of the Press that therefore the Government and the Military shall not impose rulings upon the Press to restrict the freedom of information that therein any method of sending information by the people shall never be infringed by any law or any ruling and shall be held sacred. That the People shall have the Right to a Fair Trial thereunto referring to a trail by jury which by the defense shall be allowed to question without fear those who accuse and demand all relevant information pertaining to the trail that therefore is relevant and hereunto be ensured a fair and just trail. That therefore the People shall have the right to Keep and Bear arms which shall be known as weapons and firearms and knives and swords and any mechanism or tool for the defense and proper stability of order and law that therefore the People shall keep in times of peace and in times of war that therefore this right shall never be infringed upon by any law or any ruling and shall be held sacred that therefore under the situation of a criminal case said right shall be under the jurisdiction of the Military Police whom shall not infringe the rights of this Constitution. That the People have the Right to be free from improper seizure from the Government and Military and shall have the right to Private Property be held sacred and not infringed by any law or ruling that therefore this shall include the Right of the People to not be forced to harbor Military Personnel of any sort or kind without proper consent of said property owner that therefore this shall not be infringed by any law or ruling and held sacred. That the People shall have the Right to Freedom of Happiness and Long Life by their own means and not by the means of any tyrannical ruling of any governing body that therefore this shall be held sacred and not infringed by any ruling or law. That therefore any form of government ruled by this Constitution of the Confederate States never under risk of action by court of law and military veto take upon itself a state religion or thereafter any official recognition of any religion without a natural evolution of governance and vote by the Will of People, thereby ensuring no risk to the peace and prosperity and continuity of the Civilization of Anagonia. That therefore the Government and Military shall not, under any condition, infringe these rights or any other rights not mentioned hereunto in this Constitution pertaining to the Happiness and Long Life of the People, without consequence of the People overthrowing the Governing and Military bodies with the proper assistance of all Branches of Military and Military Police and then shall reform said government and military to properly conform to the Rights and Laws of this Constitution of the Confederate States.

ARTICLE IV - DIPLOMACY

For the betterment of the People of Anagonia, wherein any government or provisional entity exists agreed to by the People for the People, henceforth shall the Constitution of the Confederate States govern all diplomatic relations to properly define the meaning of beneficial and harmful to the Anagonian Civilization. Therefore shall it be stated in writing to be followed with due honor and responsibility, that therefore all diplomatic summits and relations shall be engaged without prejudice and judgment unless such prejudice and judgment is warranted by the actions of party being engaged by the Confederate States.

Section I - FOREIGN POLICY
Henceforth shall the Confederate States seek open relations with all nations and territories regardless of size and merit depending upon the fairness of treatment to the People of the nation and/or territory being engaged for relations. That therefore the permanent foreign policy can be adjusted depending upon the rightfully elected administration of the Confederate States within a set term, without consequences to adjustments to said policies within said term and extending to every term thereafter, that term shall define the limit thereby which the Executive and Legislative Branch shall be in Power, that thereby "in Power" shall define the term limit defined by vote by the People of the Confederate States and thereafter any governance holding the name of Anagonia. That therefore no relation shall be engaged that shall harm the continuity of existence of the Confederate States of Anagonia and thereafter any governance holding the name of Anagonia.

Section II - DECLARATIONS
Henceforth shall the Confederate States make declarations, hereby defined as Declarations of War, Declarations of Peace, Declarations of Annexation, Declarations of Colonial Expansion, and thereby any Declaration befitting, with due judgment and consent of the rule of law and rights held sacred by this Constitution of the Confederate States. That therefore any Declaration shall be enacted with the knowledge that such Declarations shall benefit the future of the Confederate States and/or its continuity and thereafter any governance holding the name of Anagonia. That thereby such Declarations shall be approved by the Legislative Body of the Confederate States and approved by the President of the Confederate States.

Section III - MILITARY VETO
Henceforth shall the Armed Forces of the Confederate States, thereby recognized as the Military, shall take the responsibility of reversing any Declaration and/or Policy and/or Treaty that shall endanger the existence of the Confederate States should such enacted policies, declarations and/or Treaties be seen to cause incurable harm to the continuity of the Confederate States and thereafter any governance holding the name of Anagonia. That henceforth shall VETO powers be approved or condemned and reversed through a Court of Law and thereafter a vote by the People of Anagonia should such ruling be in violation of this Constitution of the Confederate States.

ARTICLE V - EVOLUTION OF GOVERNANCE

Henceforth it is recognized by this Constitution of the Confederate States that the natural evolution of governance from Republic to any other form of government found beneficial to the People of Anagonia shall take place over the course of time and history. That therefore any change of governance shall be ruled by the Constitution without exemption with the possibility of vote by the People of Anagonia to change this Constitution of the Confederate States to better fit the society and civilization that has naturally through the Will of the People and without external influence evolved into a better, more capable form of governance. That thereby shall no exemption be made to the role of the Military of the Confederate States to protect the Life, Liberty, Freedom and Happiness of the People of Anagonia and ensure that the People of Anagonia be made to live prosperously under any form of governance that has taken shape through the evolution of the Civilization of Anagonia.

Henceforth from this day, September 14th, 0 After United Republic, shall this Constitution of the Confederate States be legally binding for all of the Anagonian Civilizations. That therefore shall this Constitution be seen as the guiding principle of said Civilization. That thereby shall it evolve accordingly to meet the Will and Happiness and Prosperity and Continuity of the People of Anagonia.

Signed Hereunto By the Founders of the Confederate States of Anagonia by the Grace and Will of the People of Anagonia,

Oscar Vladinchi
Tuloth Kobra
Jason Paladin
Dimitri Molokov
Havok Agamemnon
Edgar Imperium
Dunan Ruu
Octavius Intrepid
Wilbert Johnson
Orion Ha'Goth
Theresa Europa
Tiberius Samsus
Caster Oblivion
William Saturn

AMENDMENTS

AMENDMENT I to ARTICLE II - MILITARY established on APRIL 15TH, 1 AUR
Therefore on this day, April 15th, One Year After United Republic, does the First Session of the Grand Congress of the Confederate States, with approval by the VOTING PUBLIC, establish into law the power of the military to enforce MANDATORY MILITARY SERVICE for the continued protection of the Confederate States, for the continued sovereignty of its Client States, for the continued freedoms and sovereignty and continuity of the Citizens which this Armed Forces of the Confederate States is duly charged to protect and ensure those rights thereof. That thereby this term of MANDATORY MILITARY SERVICE be no more than four years, that thereby all Citizens at the age of TWENTY-ONE must report for service, that thereby person of the age of Eighteen may report for service voluntarily, that therefore this MANDATORY MILITARY SERVICE may be voluntarily extended beyond the mandatory four year mark by decision of the serving citizen. That henceforth any immigrant to the nation of Anagonia can thereby apply for MANDATORY MILITARY SERVICE, within and thereby completing the four year service limit therein with full option to continue to serve thereafter this limit, to be considered a full citizen of these Confederate States after stated term under the condition they renounce the ties to their home country. Therefore shall this amendment be applied to both the CONSTITUTION of the CONFEDERATE STATES under ARTICLE II - MILITARY and there also to the ARTICLES of the ARMED FORCES of the CONFEDERACY under ARTICLE I - LIMITATIONS OF POWER to therefore enshrine in the laws of these CONFEDERATE STATES this authority thereof.

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