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Patrimony, Principles, and Policies of the Pan-Asiatic States

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Patrimony, Principles, and Policies of the Pan-Asiatic States

Part of the 1992 Constitution of the Pan-Asiatic States
Drafted via convention between the 1st January and 9th February 1991 CE
Ratified 17th October 1992 CE

PREAMBLE


Asia is one of the countries with the longest histories in the world. The people of all nationalities in Asia have jointly created a splendid culture and have promulgated a glorious revolutionary tradition. The Asian proletarians waged wave upon wave of heroic struggles for national independence, liberation, democracy, recognition, and freedom. Great and earth-shaking historical changes have taken place in Asia since the 20th century. Widespread death brought by American and British Imperialism in the Southeastern regions, and by the Tojo Regime in the Far East had but crippled the resolute pride of the indigenous inhabitants of this united continent. Thereupon the Asian people took state power into their own hands and became masters of the country.

After the founding of the People's Republic, the transition of Asian society from divided democratic Nation-States to a Soviet Socialist Society was established step-by-step. The socialist transformation of the private ownership of the means of production was completed, the system of exploitation of man by man eliminated and the socialist system established. The people's democratic dictatorship led by the working class and based on the alliance of workers and peasants, which is in essence the dictatorship of the proletariat, has been consolidated and developed. The Sino-Austronesian people and the New People's Army have thwarted aggression, sabotage and armed provocations by imperialists and hegemonists, safeguarded Asia's national independence and security and strengthened its national defense. Major successes have been achieved in economic development. An independent and fairly comprehensive socialist system of industry has in the main been established. There has been a marked increase in agricultural production. Significant progress has been made in educational, scientific, cultural and other undertakings, and socialist ideological education has yielded noteworthy results. The living standards of the people have improved considerably. Both the victory of Asia's new-democratic revolution and the successes of its socialist cause have been achieved by the proletarians of all nationalities under the leadership of the Asian Communist Party, the guidance of Marxism-Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought, by upholding truth, correcting errors and overcoming numerous reactionary adversaries, difficulties and hardships.

Therefore, we, the sovereign, and newly united Asian people, imploring the aid of our Forefathers, in order to build a just and humane society, and establish a Government that shall promote the will of the people, preserve the Dictatorship of the Proletarian, conserve and develop our patrimony, and secure to ourselves and our posterity, the blessings of Independence, Socialism and Democracy under the rule of law and a regime of truth, justice, freedom, love, equality, and everlasting glory, do ordain and promulgate this Constitution- which will embody the ideals and aspirations of every Asian proletarian under the almighty people's banner.


ARTICLE I
ON THE PATRIMONY OF THE PAN-ASIATIC STATES

Section 1. The territory of the People's Federation of Pan-Asiatic States comprises the modern Asian archipelago, with all the islands and waters embraced therein, and all other territories over which the Pan-Asiatic States has sovereignty or jurisdiction, consisting of its terrestrial, fluvial and aerial domains, including its territorial sea, the seabed, the subsoil, the insular shelves, and other submarine areas. The waters around, between, and connecting the islands of the archipelago, regardless of their breadth and dimensions, form part of the internal waters of the Pan-Asiatic States.

Section 2. The territory of the People's Federation of Pan-Asiatic States is formed on the basis of the voluntary association of Soviet Socialist Republics having equal rights, namely:

    The Tagalog Soviet Socialist Republic
    The Unitary State of Melanesia
    The Federation of New Nusantara
    The Siamese Soviet Socialist Republic
    The Burmese Soviet Socialist Republic
    The Tri-Interregional Popular Republic of Indochina
    The Chinese Confederation
    The Democratic People's Republic of Korea
    The Japanese Soviet Socialist Republic

Section 3. The jurisdiction of the People's Federation of Pan-Asiatic States, as represented by its highest organs of state authority and organs of government, covers:

  1. Representation of the Pan-Asiatic States in international relations, conclusion and ratification of treaties with other states;

  2. Questions of war and peace;

  3. Admission of new republics into the Pan-Asiatic States.;

  4. Control over the observance of the Constitution of the Pan-Asiatic States and ensuring conformity of the Constitutions of the Union Republics with the Constitution of the Pan-Asiatic States;

  5. Confirmation of alterations of boundaries between Pan-Asiatic Republics;

  6. Confirmation of the formation of new territories and regions and also of new Autonomous Republics within Pan-Asiatic Republics;

  7. Organization of the defense of the Pan-Asiatic States and direction of all the armed forces of the Pan-Asiatic States;

  8. Foreign trade on the basis of state monopoly;

  9. Safeguarding the security of the state;

  10. Establishment of the national economic plans of the Pan-Asiatic States;

  11. Approval of the single state budget of the Pan-Asiatic States as well as of the taxes and revenues which go to the Pan-Asiatic, Republican and local budgets;

  12. Administration of the banks, industrial and agricultural establishments and enterprises and trading enterprises of Pan-Asiatic importance;

  13. Administration of transport and, communications;

  14. Direction of the monetary and credit system;

  15. Organization of state insurance;

  16. Raising and granting of loans;

  17. Establishment of the basic principles for the use of land as well as for the use of natural deposits, forests and waters;

  18. Establishment of the basic principles in the spheres of education and public health;

  19. Organization of a uniform system of national economic statistics;

  20. Establishment of the principles of labor legislation;

  21. Legislation on the judicial system and judicial procedure; criminal and civil codes;

  22. Laws on citizenship of the Union; laws on the rights of foreigners;

  23. Issuing of Pan-Asiatic acts of amnesty.

Section 4. The sovereignty of the People's Federation of Pan-Asiatic States is limited only within the provisions set forth in Article I, Section 3 of the Pan-Asiatic States constitution. Outside of these provisions, each Pan-Asiatic Republic exercises state authority independently. The Pan-Asiatic States protects the sovereign rights of its Pan-Asiatic Republics.

Section 5. Each Pan-Asiatic Republic has its own Constitution, which takes account of the specific features of the Republic and is drawn up in full conformity with the Constitution of the Pan-Asiatic States.

Section 6. To every Pan-Asiatic Republic is reserved the right freely to secede from the U.S.S.R.

Section 7. The territory of a Pan-Asiatic Republic may not be altered without its consent.

Section 8. The laws of the Pan-Asiatic States have the same force within the territory of every Pan-Asiatic Republic.

Section 9. In the event of a discrepancy between a law of a Pan-Asiatic Republic and a Federal law, the Federal law prevails.

Section 10. A single Federal citizenship is established for all citizens of the Pan-Asiatic States.


ARTICLE II
ON THE GOVERNANCE OF THE PAN-ASIATIC STATES

PRINCIPLES OF THE STATE

Section 1. The supreme State which governs Modern Asia is the People's Federation of Pan-Asiatic States, which predominantly defines itself as a Democratic State-Socialist Federal Republic. It will be committed to the ideals of the People's Democracy and the equitable welfare of all, and thus, must be respected by all its citizens. Sovereignty resides in the people and all government authority emanates from the people.

Section 2. Federal authority supersedes regional authority at all times in order to protect the integrity of the Pan-Asiatic States' collective sovereignty, which grew and attained strength as a result of the overthrow of the landlords and capitalists and the achievement of the dictatorship of the proletariat, constituting the political foundation of the Pan-Asiatic States

Section 3. Civilian authority is, at all times, supreme over the military. The Pan-Asiatic States Armed Forces is the protector of the people and the State. Its goal is to secure the sovereignty of the State and the integrity of the national territory.

Section 4. The prime duty of the Pan-Asiatic government is to serve and protect the collective interests of the Pan-Asiatic people. The Pan-Asiatic government may call upon the people to defend the State and, in the fulfillment thereof, all citizens may be required, under conditions provided by law, to render personal, military, economic, or civil service. Work for the development of the Pan-Asiatic people is a duty and a matter of honor for every able-bodied citizen, in accordance with the principle: "He who does not work, neither shall he eat."

Section 5. The socialist system of economy and the socialist ownership of the means and instruments of production firmly established as a result of the abolition of the capitalist system of economy, the abrogation of private ownership of the means and instruments of production and the abolition of the exploitation of man by man, constitutes the economic foundation of the Pan-Asiatic States. Socialist property in the Pan-Asiatic States exists either in the form of state property (the possession of the whole people), or in the form of cooperative and collective-farm property (property of a collective farm or property of a cooperative association), in accordance with the principle: "From each according to his ability, to each according to his work."

Section 6. The land, its natural deposits, waters, forests, mills, factories, mines, rail, water and air transport, banks, post, telegraph and telephones, large state-organized agricultural enterprises (state farms, machine and tractor stations and the like) as well as municipal enterprises and the bulk of the dwelling houses in the cities and industrial localities, are state property, that is, belong to the whole people.

POLICIES OF THE STATE

Section 7. The State shall ensure in perpetuity that it will actively promulgate Democratic Socialism, Marxist-Leninism Maoism, and Orientalism; which represent the modern ideas, dreams, and aspirations of the Asian peoples and the Pan-Asiatic Revolution. As such, the Asian Communist Party (ACP), will be the State's highest governing body, and the people's only legitimate political party in achieving the State's objectives.

Section 8. The State shall ensure in perpetuity that public enterprises in collective farms and cooperative organizations, with their livestock and implements, the products of the collective farms and cooperative organizations, as well as their common buildings, constitute the common socialist property of the collective farms and cooperative organizations. In addition to its basic income from the public collective-farm enterprise, every household in a collective farm has for its personal use a small plot of land attached to the dwelling and, as its personal property, a subsidiary establishment on the plot, a dwelling house, livestock, poultry and minor agricultural implements in accordance with the statutes of the agricultural artel.

Section 9. The State shall ensure in perpetuity that it shall continue to guarantee a just and dynamic social order that will ensure the prosperity of each Member-State of the People's Federation equally, maintain the right to free expression, and actively free the people from poverty through policies that provide adequate social services, maintain full employment, ensure a rising standard of living, and an improved quality of life for all. The economic life of the Pan-Asiatic States is determined and directed by the state federal economic plan with the aim of increasing the public wealth, of steadily improving the material conditions of the working people and raising their cultural level, of consolidating the independence of the Pan-Asiatic States and strengthening its defensive capacity.

Section 10. The State guarantees that the land occupied by collective farms is secured to workers and peasants for their use free of charge and for an unlimited time.

Section 11. The State, alongside the socialist system of economy, which is the predominant form of economy in the Pan-Asiatic States, permits the small private economy of individual peasants and handicraftsman based on their personal labor and precluding the exploitation of the labor of others.

Section 12. The State guarantees the right of life for all, and will dispense necessities, utilities, housing, healthcare, and education free for all citizens of the Pan-Asiatic States.

Section 13. The State shall ensure that only native-born citizens may hold elected office, that elected representatives must leave office after a legally mandated amount of time, and that votes translate linearly to elected representation.

Section 14. The State shall pursue an independent foreign policy. In its relations with other states, the paramount consideration shall be national sovereignty, territorial integrity, national interest, and the right to self-determination.

Section 15. The State shall protect and promote the right to health of the people and instill health consciousness among them.

Section 16. The State shall protect and advance the right of the people to a balanced and healthful ecology in accord with the rhythm and harmony of nature.

Section 17. The State shall give priority to science and technology, arts, culture, and sports to foster collectivism, accelerate social progress, and promote total human liberation and development.

Section 18. The State affirms labor as a primary social economic force. It shall protect the rights of workers and promote their welfare.

Section 19. The State shall develop a self-reliant and independent Federal economy effectively controlled by Asians, under the provision of the Federal government, to advance the economic interests and conditions of each Member-State equitably.

Section 20. The State recognizes the sanctity of family life and shall protect and strengthen the family as a basic autonomous social institution. The natural and primary right and duty of parents in the rearing of the youth for civic efficiency and the development of moral character shall receive the support of the government.

Section 21. The State recognizes the vital role of the youth in nation-building and shall promote and protect their physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual, and social well-being. It shall inculcate in the youth patriotism and collectivism, and encourage their involvement in public and civic affairs.

Section 22. The State recognizes and promotes the rights of indigenous cultural communities within the framework of national unity and development.

Section 23. The State shall encourage non-governmental, community-based, or sectoral organizations that promote the welfare of the nation.

Section 24. The State recognizes the vital role of communication and information in nation-building.

Section 25. The State shall ensure the autonomy of Member-State republican governments from the affairs of Federal government.

Section 26. The State recognizes the role of women in nation-building, and shall ensure the fundamental equality before the law of women and men.

Section 27. The State shall maintain honesty and integrity in the public service and take positive and effective measures against graft and corruption.

Section 28. Subject to reasonable conditions prescribed by law, the State adopts and implements a policy of full public disclosure of all its transactions involving public interest.

Section 29. The State shall recognize the right to die as a human right, the freedom for one's body and one's life are one's own, to dispose of as one sees fit, and shall not enact laws in penalization of it. The State shall actively promote physician-assisted suicide as an alternative to unsupervised suicide.

Section 30. The State shall ensure the growth of the national economy through population control and the legitimization of eugenics as a means to achieve this end.

Section 31. The State recognizes the necessity of corporal punishment to achieve justice; the prosecuted may be ordered to undergo physical punishment.

Section 32. The State recognizes the necessity of capital punishment to achieve justice; the prosecuted may be executed for their crimes.

Section 33. The State shall maintain mandatory military conscription for all its citizens, with exemption only for the incapacitated.

Section 34. The State shall establish a national database detailing the profile of each citizen, compartmentalizing each citizen's DNA, which must be submitted to the State.

Section 35. The State shall mandate the use of the metric system as a universal mean of measurement.

Section 36. The State shall reject gambling as a form of entertainment, and considers it detrimental to the welfare of its people.

Section 37. The State shall refuse citizenship to all foreigners, excluding refugees and emissaries, who must be granted explicit permission by the executive authority of the Pan-Asiatic government.

Section 38. The State shall refuse permanent residence by its native-born citizens in states beyond the territories of the People's Federation.

Section 39. The State shall reject the duality of citizenship to multiple Nation-States.


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