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Constitution of the Republic
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Constitution of the Republic
The League and Concord


In our everlasting bid for progress and conservation of our community, The League and Concord, or regions, in this document, hereby declares this new Constitution of the Republic to govern its people in a uniquely combined experiment under the guidance of the Consulate and the further rule of its remaining institutions. If in the course of future events, it becomes necessary to re-align the order of governance, the Consulate may act with and on behalf of the people as previously to ensure the longevity and prosperity of the regions. This document may be altered by the Consulate as deemed necessary under the advisement of the populace and Council of the Republic.


Section One - Status Definitions and Qualifications
  • I. Defines resident(s) as individuals who possess a nation in either The League or Concord.
  • II. Defines citizen(s) as official members of the regions whose ability to participate in political affairs is recognized by the Consulate.
  • III. Citizenship may be granted and rescinded by the Consulate at their discretion in consultation with the relevant security officials. 
  • IV. Residents do not inherently possess the rights and privileges afforded in this document, such status is held to those with citizenship.

Section Two -  Defined Rights
  • I. Residents of The League and Concord maintain the right to freedom of speech, so long as it acts within the rules of the relevant official platform and does not harm the further rights defined.
  • II. Citizens have the right to request fair arbitration of disputes by the Consulate. 
  • III. Residents shan't be met with advertisements from inter-regional organizations unless these are approved by the organs in charge.


Section One - Purpose and Establishment
  • I. The Consulate is to be formed of three sitting Consuls of the Republic, equal in authority yet organized by the Chief Consul. All Consuls of the Republic sit on the Council of the Republic, an institution which will be further elaborated upon in this document.
  • II. The Consulate should maintain a level of neutrality and decorum, and thus its members do not vote or campaign in elections or referenda and abstain from certain Council functions. Consuls of the Republic may maintain their convictions and encourage members to seek civic involvement so long as they do not violate previous restrictions and give up those certain aspects of standard citizen rights.
  • III. The Consulate is tasked with organizing the Council of the Republic and its Delegates, as well as any other organizational mandated duties. 
  • IV. The Consulate is to ensure the longevity and stability of the regions, as a guiding hand rather than a micromanaging institution, and thus its succeeding members are selected by those on the Consulate at the time of a new appointment. 
  • V. The tenure of a Consul of the Republic is until their resignation or until they become unable to fill their position.
  • VI. The Oath of Office for a Consul of The League and Concord is as follows. "I, as a Consul of The League and Concord, one of the three Heads of State, vow to serve within the Constitution as my mandate, vow to ensure the government representation of the public, and vow to use my power and impartiality for the longevity, freedom, and prosperity of the regions."

Section Two - Authorities of the Consulate
  • I. The Consulate shall use their authority to facilitate regional development and progress. 
  • II. The authority of the Consulate is vested in the citizens of The League and Concord, and the Consulate is to act for their benefit in regulating the government.
  • III. The Consulate will be responsible for appointing a World Assembly Delegate in both regions.
  • IV. The Consulate maintains veto rights over the Council of the Republic in dire situations, such as those pertaining to Constitutional questionability or regional security.
  • V. The Consulate is responsible for proper record keeping of the Council of the Republic and shall oversee the ascension of new Delegates to the Council.
  • VI. The Consulate has the authority to formally convene the Council of the Republic. This may be done by their own initiative or that of at least two Delegates to the Council or three Citizens.
  • VII. The Consuls of the Republic are vested with the authority to ensure the regions' regional stability and security and to prevent any incursions to either. This includes prevention of recruiting, foreign propaganda, and other dangers to regions' sovereignty as deemed by the Consulate.
  • VIII. The Consulate is empowered to establish and organize a regional military at their discretion. At times where a regional military is in active existence, its alignment will be defender with specific policies compiled by its leadership under Consulate direction.
  • IX. The Consulate is, at the advice of other executive officials and members of the Council of the Republic, empowered to sign foreign treaties and issue declarations of war against hostile entities. 
  • X. The Consulate has the authority to interpret the law and to make these interpretations known to the legislature and citizenry.
  • XI. The Consulate will arbitrate any disputes within the regions regarding criminality, the law, and other such forms of disagreement. This shall be done in consultation and at the advice of the Council of the Republic and other relevant officials.
  • XII. The Consulate of the Republic may establish further institutions under its direct management in an effort to better aid and develop the regions and its functions.
  • XIII. Further authorities and responsibilities may be mandated to the Consulate in addition to those in this Constitution, based on the directive of the Council of the Republic.


Section One - Purpose and Establishment
  • I. The Council of the Republic is to be the main governmental institution of the regions, composed of Delegates to the Council of the Republic, including and presided over by the Consuls of the Republic.
  • II. The Council of the Republic is a politically-based institution, and thus its members are allowed to have political alignments so long as it does not hinder the regions or subvert the Constitution and its intents to ensure the popular will.
  • III. The Council of the Republic is to handle legislative matters of the regions and serve as an advisory to the Consulate.  
  • IV. Delegates to the Council have varying terms. Consuls serve indefinitely, whereas other Delegates may serve either one month or two-month terms unless they resign prematurely. These terms are flexible for new selections.
  • V. Following the expiration of terms in the Council of the Republic, the Consulate shall open citizen nominations and contesting in the relevant area. If a citizen is nominated and at least two more people explicitly second that nomination, they shall be added to the quorum.
  • VI. Once the nomination and contestings phase concludes, a citizenry-wide poll for the group at quorum without three contentions will be organized by the Consulate, a simple majority is required for those citizens to take office as Delegates to the Council of the Republic. If a nominated citizen has their nomination explicitly contested three or more times, they will be given an individual poll open to citizens on the regional Discord server which shall require a simple majority of those voting for them to take office. 
  • VII. Consuls of the Republic shall abstain on ascension votes in the Council of the Republic. This does not include exercising a collective veto in situations or possible corruption or regional security risks.
  • VIII. There shall be a legislative officer titled Speaker of the Council of the Republic with no higher authority than their fellow Council Delegates who shall be tasked with encouraging and facilitating improvements in regional legislation.
  • IX. The Speaker of the Council shall be nominated by the Consulate and then confirmed by a Consulate-managed process which must include the consent of the majority of an incoming Council. If a nomination does not gain the majority consent of the Council, the Consulate will nominate a different Delegate until one is approved. 
  • X. The Speaker of the Council's term shall fulfill a cycle of the Council of the Republic. The Consulate may remove the Speaker of the Council from office if there is a clear and present ineptitude in their duties. If the post is vacated by removal or resignation, the Consulate shall appoint an acting Speaker of the Council until the term has expired.
  • XI. The Oath of Office for a Delegate to the Council of The League and Concord is as follows. "I, as a Delegate to the Council of The League and Concord, pledge to use my authority to represent the common good in government and advance the legislative and administrative standing of the regions, and to contribute to a balance for both the veterans and the advancing youthful members of the regions."

Section Two - Authorities of the Council
  • I. Through formal convened votes, the Council of the Republic may create additional institutions, statutes of law, or publish documents of advice for the administration of the regions.
    • Council of the Republic Bills are documents proposed as regional statutes. Upon passage, they shall be designated as regional laws.
    • Council of the Republic Motions are documents and excerpts of non-binding advisement to other institutions or bodies of the Republic.
  • II. Any citizen or Delegate to the Council may submit a vote request to the Council. Should a non-Delegate citizen do this, the Consulate will present it before the Council on their behalf unless a Delegate to the Council wishes to sponsor it.
  • III. Consuls of the Republic shall abstain on legislative votes in the Council of the Republic. This does not include exercising a collective veto in the aforementioned dire situations.
  • IV. The Council of the Republic may be delegated responsibilities not explicitly stated in this document through further legislation, provided it does not violate this document.
  • V. All members of the Council are equal in authority but may be assigned further responsibilities for specific institutions or work. This does not apply to the further role of Consul of the Republic.
  • VI. The Council of the Republic shall have two formal and official meeting locations, one which is open to the public viewership and another further including other officials of relevance, this private location being reserved for more sensitive conversations.
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