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The Constitution of The Royal Sovereign Nations.

ARTICLE 1 - LEADERSHIP STRUCTURE OF THE ROYAL SOVEREIGN NATIONS

The leadership of The Royal Sovereign Nations shall consist of:

  1. An empowered executive World Assembly delegate.

  2. A council consisting of four World Assembly member nations, hereafter referred to as 'the council'.

ARTICLE 2 - POWERS GRANTED TO COUNCIL MEMBERS

Elected council members within The Royal Sovereign Nations shall be granted the following powers, rights and authority:

  1. The power to initiate a vote for the removal of a nation from the council.

  2. The right to propose legislation and matters of discussion to the council.

  3. The power to propose the ejection and banning of member nations of The Royal Sovereign Nations to the council.

  4. The right to resign from the position of council member.

  5. The authority to communicate to member states of the region.

  6. The authority to communicate on behalf of the region.

  7. The power to propose an amendment to the constitution The Royal Sovereign Nations to the council.

  8. The right to vote on matters put to vote before the council.

    1. With the exception of a vote to remove the council member in question.

ARTICLE 3 - SPECIAL POWERS OF THE EXECUTIVE DELEGATE

The incumbent executive World Assembly delegate is granted the following special powers:

  1. The power to dismiss a council member immediately if the council member in question:

    1. Violates the constitution

    2. Engages in behaviour that violates NationStates rules.

    3. Has been found unfit for leadership by the council.

  2. The power to ban and/or eject nations suspected of raiding activity without warning.

  3. Pardon a member state if the state has violated the constitution for the following reasons:

    1. In order to preserve the region from destruction.

    2. In order to protect the region from hostile activity.

    3. In order to enforce NationStates rules and codes of conduct.

  4. The power to veto legislation or votes passed by the council.

    1. With the exception of a vote to remove a council member.

  5. The power to decide the outcome of tied votes.

ARTICLE 4 - THE RIGHTS OF MEMBER STATES

Member states are granted the following rights upon 5 days consecutive residency within The Royal Sovereign Nations:

  1. The right to petition an appeal to legislation.

  2. The right to a hearing before being banned and/or ejected from the region.

  3. The right to participate in elections and referendums held within The Royal Sovereign Nations.

  4. The right to run for public office within The Royal Sovereign Nations.

  5. The right to request a referendum.

ARTICLE 5 - EMBASSIES

Embassies can be constructed following:

  1. Council approval via vote.

    OR

  2. Approval from the incumbent executive World Assembly delegate.

    OR

  3. A successful referendum.

Embassies can be withdrawn following:

  1. Council approval via vote.

    OR

  2. Approval from the incumbent executive World Assembly delegate.

    OR

  3. A successful referendum.

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