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Preface to Constitution

This constitution is a serious attempt to provide a constitution that not only creates a limited monarchy, but one that is effective in that it protects and safeguards the people from government corruption and meddling. It is to make a nation free, prosperous and strong to prevent the formation of what is, in effect, hidden, organized, government crime, which so often prevails and robs the innocent and unsuspecting though the misuse of the immense power and force of government. (See "Sources of Corruption in Government: The Need for Checks and Balances")

The wording is not what is important, it is the principles taught and the checks and balances provided that are important. No constitution will thrive or provide a solid base unless it is held sacred and supreme above all other concerns especially corruption motives and the false principles that would ruin what would otherwise be a masterpiece and a benefit to any land and any people. It is recommended that the following articles be read as a foundation to understanding this model constitution:

1. Briefly, the Benefits of Constitutional Monarchy
2. Ideals
3. Advantages
4. Sources of Corruption in Government:  The Need for Checks and Balances

A constitution is the foundation upon which government stands or falls. It is like the backbone of society upon which everything is organized, established and held together for the good and benefit of all. Its provisions must be held inviolate and supreme, even sacred. Destroy the foundation and you have little left --- everything else is built round upon it. Take the hub of a wheel away and the wheel disintegrates, looses its balance and whirls out of control into oblivion. "Thirty-three democracies descended into tryanny during the 20th century by failing to uphold constitutional protections. These include Germany, Russia and China." (2009: Dr. Orly Taitz before the Supreme Court of California: http://citizenwells.wordpress.com/2009/01/15/stephen-pidgeon-update-january-15-2009-plains-radio-therightsideoflifecom-broe-v-reed-attorney-press-release-eligibility-issue-will-not-go-away-obama-not-qualified) The Constitution and each and every protective measure therein must be revered and followed without deviation for any country to remain free.  Without inviolability, the Constitution provides nothing but a dream, a beautiful wish of a glorious land of liberty. It must not, ever, be violated. It is to be the supreme law above everything else. Nothing is more paramount to the best good of everyone. (See: "27. Inviolability of the Constitution" "Sources of Corruption in Government: The Need for Checks and Balances")

As James Madison said: "If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government would be necessary." But because men are not angels, but tempted on everyside to abuse power and money and deprive the people of their liberty, they have to be curtailed. Hence, "The intent of the Constitution was to control the government, to limit the government’s conduct, not the individual citizen.” (David W. New, The Constitution for Beginners, p. 2) In other words, “The government was set up to protect man from criminals—and the Constitution [this great document of freedom] was written to protect man from the government [which would otherwise rob the people and grow bigger and bigger and destroy freedom].” (Ayn Rand, The Virtue of Selfishness, pp. 111—112) Again, because men are not angels, “A constitution should [always] be structured to permanently protect the people from the human frailties of their rulers.” (Dr. W Cleon Skousen, Principles of Liberty # 13 The Five Thousand Year Leap) Thomas Jefferson said the same thing in different words. He declared that, "The two enemies of the people are criminals and government, so let us tie the second down with the chains of the Constitution so the second will not become the legalized version of the first." (www.answerbag.com/q_view/1476140)

This great and important purpose can be observed throughout the following document. The secret of success in this field is to provided "checks and balances" that are so effective and powerful that lawmakers, judges and executives cannot walk all over the people and abuse the enormity of government power and turn it into tyranny and oppression. The point is, leadership must be above politics and protected from temptation and personal profit. Their efforts must be a service, not a way to become rich. The heart of an effective constitutional system must be beyond political capture. This is where a hereditary House of Lords and a Royal House come in and the outlawing of political contributions, bribes and a conflict of interests. Everything is designed to protect freedom and liberty.

It must always be remembered that unless the people can hold the government and its officers, both collectively and personally, accountable, it doesn't matter what promises exist in the constitution or laws of the land, which are designed to protect freedom and libertly, because important rights can be set aside, usurped and ignored by the corrupt and power hungry. Therefore, the people must have an effective way to enforce obedience to good laws or to nulify what is patently absurd or short sighted. This is essential to protect liberty and keep government true to its limited role. Such laws must provide great power to the people to stop what is unjust. These laws and rules must have the teeth to mandate compliance to maintain a power balance between the people and their government.

Preamble

Humbly relying on the blessing of Almighty God, we, the people, hereby enact this Constitution as the cornerstone and basic law of our society in order to assure the dignity and freedom of the individual as well as the unity and integrity of our Nation and kingdom. Valuing the national spirit which binds us together in both adversity and success, we undertake to abide by and follow the laws of this society, to respect the rights and cultures of all its citizens, and consider that equal justice for all is paramount. We recognize and accept that each and every citizen has important rights and responsibilities and is equal before the law. To ensure the continuance, safety, success and prosperity of our Nation, kingdom and people, we declare that both for now and for evermore, this society will be governed by this Constitution as the supreme law of the land.


General Applicability  

This Constitution shall apply equally to all parts of the Kingdom and Nation of __________ and to all citizens of the land. The Laws made in pursuant thereof shall take precedence over any State or Community law to the Contrary. If conflicts exist, the laws and judicial findings of the Federal Governmet shall be superior to State and Community laws and judicial findings. The provisions of the Constitution are the supreme or highest law of the land. No law, no regulation, no treaty or military command or order shall be of greater weight or importance, except under a state of emergency or martial law, which can only be temporary and must be in full accord with Article XIX or they are void.

Title I: Basic Rights and Duties
[See "14. Justice," 20. Property,"  "26. Vice" and
"30. Inviolability of the Constitution"
in "Sources of Corruption in Government:
The Need for Checks and Balances"]

Article I

(1) The dignity of the person, the inviolable rights which are inherent, the free development of the personality, respect for the law and the rights of others, are the foundation of political order and social peace.
(2)That the sole object and only legitimate end of government is to protect the citizen in the enjoyment of life, liberty, and property, and when the government assumes other functions it is usurpation and oppression.

Article II

The norms relative to basic rights and liberties which are recognized by the Constitution shall
be interpreted in conformity with the following bill of rights:
(1) All human beings are precious and have a right to life. All persons are born free and equal in dignity and respect and are to be looked upon as valued. They are endowed with reason and conscience and are encouraged to act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood, kindness and respect;
(2) Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Bill of Rights, without distinction of any kind, such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth, age or other status. This includes the right to decline receiving any kind of vaccinations or other medical procedure that might otherwise be forced upon a person;
(3) Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person. No one shall be denied his or her rights no matter what his or her age or other condition;
(4) No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms including any kind of draft for the military or civil service unless there is a national emergency as specified in Article XIX. When the emergency ends, the compulsory draft ends immediately with appropriate compensation;
(5) No one, citizen or alien, foreign or domestic, in war or in peace, will be subjected to torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment, sterilization, nor be subject to any cruel or unusual punishments, involuntary vaccinations, excessive fines or bail, nor brain washing, mind games or psychological or medical treatment including those used to induce confession or for extorting information;
(6) Threats and bribes of any kind, whether overt or covert are catagorically condemned as against the supreme law of the land and are punishable as are the other violations of the principles herein elaborated according to their seriousness;
(7) All are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law. All are entitled to equal protection against any discrimination in violation of this Bill of Rights and against any incitement to such discrimination;
(8) Everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the competent tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the Constitution or by law;
(9) No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile, which includes involuntary coercive measures suggested by a pandemic;
(10) (a) Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal in the determination of his or her rights and obligations under any criminal or civil charge. This includes the right to a trial by jury, who have the right of annulment. (b) International courts or law shall have no impact or have the force of law in any court of the land;
(11) (a) Everyone charged with a penal offence has the right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law in a public trial at which he has had all the guarantees necessary for his defense, (b) No one shall be held guilty of any penal offence on account of any act or omission which did not constitute a penal offence, under national law, at the time when it was committed. Nor shall a heavier penalty be imposed than the one that was applicable at the time the penal offence was committed;
(12) No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honor and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks;
(13) No bill of attainder or ex post facto law shall be passed;
(14) (a) Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state, and (b) Everyone has the right to leave the country and to return to his former nation should he or she should so chose;
(15) (a) Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution, and (b) This right may not be invoked in the case of prosecutions genuinely arising from non-political crimes or from acts contrary to the purposes and principles of the Constitution;
(16) (a) Everyone has the right to a nationality, and (b) No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality;
(17) (a) Men and women of full age, without any limitation due to race, nationality or religion, have the right to marry and to found a family. They are entitled to equal rights as to marriage, during marriage and at its dissolution, (b) Marriage shall be between a man and a woman and shall be entered into only with the free and full consent of the intending spouses, and (c) The family is the natural and fundamental unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and all levels of government;
(18) (a) Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others, and (b) No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property, but shall be protected in his or her right to fully and completely own what is rightfully theirs, (c) failure to pay property tax for a home or land shall never at any time allow the government or any other entity to confiscate and take that property away, it shall be considered sacrosanct and immune from such actions;
(19) Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance;
(20) Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any medium provided the individual does not commit slander and/or libel or promote obscenities or violence;
(21) (a) Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association, and (b) No one may be compelled to belong to any association;
(22) (a) Everyone has the equal right to take part in the government by anonymous vote or secret ballot and through his or her freely chosen representatives, (b) Everyone has the right of equal access to public service, and (c) Voters must be registered nationally before elections to prevent voter fraud;
(23) (a) Everyone has the free choice of employment, and has the right to form and to join trade unions for the protection of his interests. (b) He or she may not be discriminated against for his or her involvement or membership in such an organization. (c) No one shall be forced to join or continue membership in such an organization. It will be at his or her own free-will discretion and choice, (d) No union, trade or any other type of organization will have the power or right to interfere in any way or stop the business of any company, religion or club as long as such company, religion or club complies with the law. (e) All union or trade organizations voting will be by secret ballot to protect individuals from any kind of retrobution;
(24) The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized;
(25) In matters of justice, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved as inalienable unless both parties agree to use the Small Claims Court. All juries, whether in criminal or civil court, have the right to acquit in spite of whatever evidence is presented and shall not be held accountable for such an action when, in their judgment, a law or legal contention is unjust and absurd. In other words, the right of jury nullification shall not be abridged, but is a basic and important power to prevent injustice, wrongful prosecution or the enforcement of tyranny or oppression. Jurors are to be good men and true. They are to have no conflict of interests and are to be nonpartisan and shall sworn in to uphold the Constitution and uphold justice and appropriately punish crime to the best of their abilities;
(26) In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State in the general area wherein the crime shall have been committed, which jurisdiction shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him or her; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his or her favor, and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defense;
(27) No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment and/or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself;
(28) The powers of eminent domain shall not be use against any person or corporate entity unless the justification is a matter of national security or something as equally serious, and that, not without just remuneration at fair market prices and due process through a court of law;
(29) No State or community, neither the general government of the land shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the kingdom, nor shall any State, Community or the National government deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection and benefit of the laws;
(30) The right of the people to have ethical, lawful and well-ordered Independent, Community and/or States militias shall not be denied;
(31) The right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed or curtailed, nor will guns ownership or ammunition be registered or regulated; except for convicted felons or the insane;
(32) The right to petition the Government for a redress of grievances or peacefully assemble or protest will not be curtailed or used against those who participate is such activities;
(33) The right of petition of habeas corpus is considered to be an inalienable right to safeguard and protect the freedom of the people from injustice or wrongs perpetrated against them;
(34) The enumeration of the above rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage other lawful rights retained by the States, the Communities and/or the People;
(35) These rights are not to be abrogated, diminished or maginalized on any level of government, whether Federal, State or Community, but are to be at the heart and soul of the highest law of the land superceding all others in power and importance.

Article III

With freedom come responsibilities:

(1) It shall be the duty and obligation of all citizens to be honest, forthright and do all things in good faith and integrity, to shun crime of any kind and treat each other justly and respectfully.
(2) All public servants are expected and required to show an example worthy of the best and most legitimate ideals and values of the nation. Honesty and integrity are some of the foremost qualities expected.
(3) Clandestine operations of any sort, shadow governments or organized crime are particularly suspect. It is considered to be the moral and ethical duty of the citizens of this Nation to report such to the proper authorities that such may be investigated, exposed and eliminated. Such are not to be tolerated in any form.
(4) Harassment, threats, bribes, enticements, or pressure of any kind against any public servant or his or her family is considered to be a serious crime against the nation and its people.
(5) All military, judicial, legislative and civil officers and servants of the nation shall be removed from office on impeachment and/or conviction of treason, bribery, or other high crimes. No one is to be above the law.
(6) To avoid unwarranted or frivolous nuisances, all accusations, criminal or civil, against the reigning King or Queen and family, Prime Minister, any other National Minister, Deputy and/or Lord of the National Parliament will be handled under the auspices and jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and will be defended by the Public Defender's office.
(7) The right of pardon granted under the authority of the reigning monarch or head of state will not apply to a conviction of treason or sedition against the government or its people and shall be administered individually with written justification and not on a collective basis.
(8) Great care needs to be taken that laws, statues, ordinances and regulations do not strangle, overly complicate or uneccessaily restrict freedom and liberty of the people. All laws, statues, ordinances and regulations must subscribe to a standard of justice, fairness and equity, and must be morally and ethically sound and just to all. Laws, rules, etc., which fail this standard shall be eliminatied or nullified to protect and benefit all the people of the land.
(9) No national, state or community public official, whether military, legistative, executive, regulator or public servant in any minor station, nor their families, friends or acquaintences, either during or after their service in the government, shall profit from any insider information. Violations of such is to be considered a felony, and all profits as determined by a court of law, are forfeit to the general fund on the land.   


Title II: The Crown
[See "Briefly, the Benefits of Constitutional Monarchy,"
"Ideals," "Advantages" and "30. Inviolability of the Constitution"
in "Sources of Corruption in Government:
The Need for Checks and Balances"]

Article IV

(1) The Crown is established as a permanent unending sovereign entity of the government of __________ as an inalienable right never to be dispensed with or overthrown. It is a permanent and perpetual feature of the land and its people.
(2) The King or rightful Queen is the Head of State, the Lord Commander and Chief of all the Militaries, and the symbol of the national unity and permanence. He or she arbitrates and moderates the regular functioning of the institutions, assumes the highest dignity and representation of the State in international relations and exercises the functions expressly attributed to him/her by the Constitution and the laws.
(3) His/Her title is that of "His majesty, the King of __________" or "Her Majesty, the Queen of __________" and he/she may use the others titles which rightfully belong to the Crown or royal family whether historical or created.
(4) The person of the King or Queen is inviolable and is not subject to responsibility. In his representation of the nation and in his official actions, he shall have the authorizations as set forth in Article XIII.
(5) Should the need ever arise for a government-in-exile, the reigning King or Queen, and/or his or her rightful successor or rightful collateral heirs, if necessary, would be fully endowed indefinitely with all the sovereign executive, legislative and judicial powers or plenary authority of the entire kingdom and nation of __________.  Therefore, such person, and his or her rightful and legitimate successors, would have all lawful rights, powers and royal prerogatives pertaining to this Constitution, the territory and all the people from generation to generation whether reigning or as a "de jure" non-reigning monarchy.

Article V

(1) The Crown of __________ is hereditary for the successors of His Majesty, King __________, the legitimate heir of the historic dynasty. Succession to the throne will follow the regular order of primogeniture and representation, the first line always having preference over subsequent lines; within the same line, the closer grade over the more remote; in the same grade, the male over the female; and in the same sex, the elder over the younger.
(2) The hereditary Prince or Princess, from his or her birth or from the time he acquires the claim, will have the title of "His (Her) Royal Highness, the Crown Prince (or Princess) of __________ and "Prince (or Princess) of __________" and the other titles traditionally linked to the successor to the Crown and the royal family.
(3) The Crown Prince or Princess is to be a General Officer in all the Militaries when so appointed by the monarch and when it is age, training and maturity appropriate.
(4) Other members of the royal family including grandchildren shall be titled prince and princess of the land with the pronominal of "His (or Her) Royal Highness and may serve either directly or indirectly as ambassadors at large of __________ as decided upon and accredited by the reigning King or Queen. The husband or wife of a prince or princess of the land willingly obtain the same title if their marriages were approved by the King or Queen either before or sometime afterward their marriage. Such being a courtesy title will be relinquish in the case of a divorce as designated by the royal house.
(5) Adopted children may be titled as any other child born to the King or Queen, but only children born of a lawful royal marriage shall have right to succession.
(6) If all the normal lines entitled by law to the Crown become extinct, the senior collateral line of relatives shall become the rightful successors to the throne according to Article V Section. Titles and honors for the collateral lines shall be as deemed appropriate by the reigning monarch.
(7). All successors to the throne up to 50 shall be numbered and kept by the royal family in order of the highest rights on down to the least. If there is a disagreement as to who among them is the rightful successor, the Parliament shall decide who among the closest six shall succeed to the throne in a manner which is in the best interests of the nation.
(8) If those persons, who have an immediate right to succession to the throne, the closest six, contract marriages against the express prohibition of the reigning King or Queen and/or the House of Lords, shall be excluded, along with their descendants, from succession to the Crown.
(9) Abdications and renunciations and any doubt in fact or in law which may occur in the order of succession to the Crown, shall be resolved by the rules established by the Royal House, or if necessary, by the House of Lords.

Article VI

Neither the Queen consort, the wife of the reigning King, or the consort of the Queen, the husband of the reigning Queen, may assume constitutional functions except as provided for by the Regency or as accredited to be an ambassador at large. The wife of the King shall have the title of "Her Majesty, the Queen" and any other appropriate titles. The husband of the reigning Queen shall have the title of "His Royal Highness, the Prince of __________" and any other appropriate titles as designated.

Article VII

(1) When the King or Queen, Head of State, is a minor, the Head of State's father or mother or in their absence the oldest relative closest to succession to the Crown pursuant to the order established by the Constitution, shall immediately exercise the Regency during the King's or Queen's minority.
(2) If the King or Queen becomes incapable of exercising his or her authority and this incapacity is recognized by the Parliament, the Crown Prince/Princess or heir to the Crown shall immediately begin to exercise the Regency if he is of age. If he is not, the procedure outlined in the previous paragraph will be adhered to until the Prince or Princess heir reaches adulthood.
(3) If there is no person who can exercise the Regency, it shall be appointed by the Rules of the Royal House with the concurrence of Parliament.
(4) In order to exercise the Regency, it is necessary to be a Citizen of the country and of age.
(5) The Regency shall be exercised through constitutional mandate and always in the name and in the authority of the King.

Article VIII

(1) The tutor of the King, who is a minor, shall be the person named in the will by the deceased King provided that he is an adult and a natural born citizen by birth. If he is not named, the father or the mother shall be the tutor as long as they remain widowed. In their absence, the Parliament shall appoint someone, but the positions of Regent and tutor may not be held by the same person except in the case of the father, mother, or direct descendents of the King.
(2) The exercise of the tutorship is also incompatible with the exercise of any office of political persuasion or faction of the
government.

Article IX

(1) The King or Queen, on being proclaimed before the Parliament, will swear to faithfully carry out his or her functions, to obey the Constitution and the laws, and be loyal, faithful and true to his or her trust as well as respect and protect the rights of all the people of the land without prejudice.
(2) The Prince heir, when coming of age, and the Regent or Regents when they assume their functions, will swear the same oath of loyalty to the Constitution as well as that of loyalty to the King or Queen.

Article X

It is incumbent upon the reigning King or Queen, as Head of State:
(1) to approve and promulgate laws;
(2) to convene and dissolve the Parliament and to call elections under the terms provided for in the Constitution;
(3) to convene a referendum in the cases provided for in the Constitution;
(4) to propose the candidates for Prime Minister, or when required, to terminate his/her functions under the terms provided in the Constitution;
(5) to appoint and dismiss the members of the Government at the proposal of its President, the Prime Minister or Chief Governor-General of the land with the unanimous concurrence of the Council of Ministers;
(6) to issue the decrees approved in the Council of Ministers, confer civilian and military positions, and national awards, honors and distinctions in accordance with the law;
(7) to issue royal honors and distinctions including certificates, grants, medals, knighthoods and titles of nobility and royalty (Baron, Count, Marquis, Duke, Prince) at his or her own personal discretion;
(8) to appoint hereditary and/or lifelong Lords (Barons, Counts, Marques, Dukes, Princes) who are then eligible to become members of the Upper Chamber of Parliament as part of the protective need for checks and balances of power in the government as specified in Article XXVIII, Section (2);
(9) to verify and confirm the validity of both foreign and domestic titles of nobility and/or royalty to determine eligibility to become a legislator in the either the State or National House of Lords;
(10) to appoint the Minister of Finance, the Minister of Mass Media and the Chief of the Court of Accounting subject to the approval of the House of Lords; to be informed of the affairs of state and for this purpose preside over the sessions of the Council of Ministers when he/she deems it appropriate and important or at the request of the Prime Minister or President of the Government;
(11) to nominate the State Governor-Generals;
(12) to exercise supreme command of all military forces as the Captain General of the Armed Forces and its Supreme Commander, which includes all the National Security Forces and Corps as well as the State military and/or police forces of the individual States and Communities when called into national service in a time of emergency. Unorganized State or Community militias will remain under the control of local leaders to protect local interests in such extremities as local laws require. (See Article XIX);
(13) to exercise the right of clemency or pardon as appropriate and according with the law established for such;
(14) to have permanent veto power of any measure, resolution, rule, treaty, law, or regulation even if the statute or ordinance has been operating for time beyond the memory of man. A sovereign veto cannot be overruled or anulled. This power is a last resort check on problematic active or inactive laws or regulations considered to be subversive to the best interests of the nation or its people;  
(15) to be the High Patron of the Royal Military Academies and promote the best in the arts, the ideals of each culture and the refinement of the people by word, reward, honors and personal example;
(16) to be the champion of the common man and develop voluntary charity projects based upon sound principles to benefit the poor and needy of the nation encouraging education and personal growth;
(17) to give nonpartisan advise, counsel, encouragement and warning when it is desirable or necessary for the good and benefit of individuals and the nation.
(18) to be the highest noble of the land, preside over all the recognized nobility (to include approved foreign nobility) and provide for the office and staff of a Chief Historian and Presiding Herald (king of arms) who will act as a National Judge when required in issues pertaining to noble and royal titles, heraldry, both noble, military and security forces, and succession issues among the nobility. The Chief Herald and Historian will also be the head of the National Museum and Library and operate under the aupices and direction of the King (or reigning Queen). This position is to be a nonpolitical appointment requiring expertise appropriate to his or her station.

Article XI

(1) The reigning King or Queen and their royal consorts are to set a reasonable example or be exemplary in their personal lives for it shall be the duty and obligation of the king and queen and all the princes and princesses of the realm, worthy of the name, title and distinction, to remain true, under all circumstances, to the noblest and most legitimate ideals of the nation. This may be one of the most important of all responsibilities of the royal family have as they represent the kingdom and nation and could, by this important means, be instrumental in transmitting the highest ideals of good citizenship to future generations.
(2) It shall be the duty of any Royal Prince and/or Princess of the land to promote charity for
the poor and needy, and to promote cultural projects of good taste and at the proper age be
officially appointed ambassadors of good will both nationally and internationally under the
discretion and discernment of the King (or Queen) as well as the Prime Minister or head of
the government.

Article XII

(1) The King or Queen, as Head of State, is head of the diplomatic corp and the highest diplomat or representative of the nation. He or she will accredit ambassadors and other diplomatic representatives. Foreign representatives in the country will be accredited before him or her.
(2) It is incumbent on the King/Queen to express the consent of the State to obligate itself internationally through treaties in conformity with the Constitution and the laws.
(3) It is incumbent on the King, after authorization by the Prime Minister and Parliament, to declare war and make peace.
(4) In case of illness, travel or any other cause, the King or Queen is unavailable, the Crown Prince (or Princess) or any other designated Prince (or Princess) of the Realm duly authorized may temporarily carry out the King or Queen's royal functions.
(5) Should the reigning King or Queen be continuously prevented from carrying out his or her
duties or failed to carry them out for over a year, the government shall notify Parliament. The
House of Lords shall decide whether, the monarch shall be deemed to have abdicated. If
this is determined to the affirmative, the Crown Prince (or Princess) will be
proclaimed as the new King or Queen of
__________.
(6) Should there ever come a time that the government is destroyed, the
King or Ruling Queen, or his or her successors, through the direct or
collateral lines, if necessary, will hold inviolate the full and complete
sovereign right to rule and govern according to succession rules. This inalienable
right will continue to pertuity according to the laws of sovereignty in the rules of
"prescription."  

Article XIII

(1) The Monarchy shall not be answerable to the actions of the government.
(2) The official actions of the reigning King or Queen shall be countersigned by the Prime Minister, as Head of the Government, and other ministers as appropriate. The persons who countersigns the acts of the King or Queen shall be responsible for them.
(3) The reigning King or Queen will not hold any other public office or position while
serving as Head of State, but do those duties peculiar to this office. He or she will not be
involved in political campaigns or politics. It is incumbent upon the dignity of the King or
Queen to provide a sense of unity and solidarity and be above all political activities or
partisan politics.

Article XIV

(1) The King/Queen receives an overall amount from the State budget for the successful and effective maintenance, protection and safety of the Royal Family and shall dispose this important resource freely according to his or her best discretion.
(2) The King freely appoints and relieves the civilian and military members of his Household or staff as deemed appropriate.

Article XV

(1) Other than holding a title, or titles of nobility or royalty, and eligibility to sit in either a State or the National House of Lords, the nobility, or members of a royal family, will be equal in every way to all other citizens of the Kingdom and Nation of __________ except as specified in Article 3, Section (6).
(2) Those chosen to be members of either a State or the National House of Lords, who do not have a title of nobility or royalty will be created as such by the authority of the Royal House of __________. Such a title may or may not be permanent or hereditary.


Title III: The Executive Branch
[See "2. Executive Orders," "3. Bureaucratic Rules and Regulations,"
"4. Nullification of Federal Laws, Statues or Regulations"
and "30. Inviolability of the Constitution"
in "Sources of Corruption in Government:
The Need for Checks and Balances"]
Article XVI

The Government directs domestic and foreign policy, civil, and military Administration, and the defense of the State. It exercises the executive function and regulatory power in accordance with the Constitution and established laws.

Article XVII

(1) The Executive Branch is established
as a permanent entity of the
government of __________. The Prime
Minister or Chief Governor-General of
the kingdom is the Head of the
Government and shall do business in
the name of the King (or reigning
Queen) and the People of the land. He
is first and foremost, the number one
Civil Servant of the land and shall direct
the government in full and complete
conformity with the Constitution and the
laws and statutes passed by the
National Parliament.
(2) He or she shall be made a General officer in the military forces of the nation while serving
as the Head of the Government and shall remain an honorary general officer for the rest of
his or her life.
(3) The administration of the government is to operate according to the law and serve the
general interest with objectivity, fairness and equity and in full accord with the principles of
efficacy, decentralization and efficiency of operation.
(4) All members of the Executive Branch will take the following oath of office:

     I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the King and Constitution of the Kingdom of _________ against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter; that I will, by my example, show what it means to be loyal and true to my trust, and honor the law and the people of this nation. So help me God.

Article XVIII

(1) To be eligible to become the Prime Minister, a person must be thirty years of age and a "natural born" citizen of the country.
(2) Ten candidates for the Office of Prime Minister are chosen by the reigning King or Queen from among the current National Deputies and/or Lords of Parliament. Each State House of Commons will vote on which of them should be the chosen as Prime Minister. The result of these votes will be tallied and averaged so that only two candidates will remain. The National House of Lords will then decide which of them will become the Prime Minister or Chief Governor-General of the land. After all the approvals have been successfully made, the King or Queen will appoint him or her to be the Prime Minister of the land. If no candidate gains the approvals needed, the process will start over again. If this fails as second time, the King shall appoint an individual to be Prime Minister or Chief Governor-General of the kingdom.
(3) If a Deputy from the House of Commons is chosen, this individual will be given a lifelong or hereditary title of nobility (Baron, Count, Marquees, Duke) appropriate to his status through the auspices or royal prerogative of the reigning King or Queen.
(4) The Prime Minister is to serve for five years and may be re-elected for a total of two terms. The Prime Minister may be relieved of his duties by the reigning King (or Queen). If such takes place, the monarch must either reinstate the Prime Minister within three months or send ten nominations to the State Houses of Commons within that same period for a new Prime Minister to be chosen in the manner explained in Article XVIII, Section (2).
(5) If there is temporarily no Prime Minister, the Acting President of the House of Lords will conduct the business of the government with all the authority, powers and responsibility of this high office until he or she is replaced by a Prime Minister chosen in the manner explained in Article XVIII, Section (2).
(6) Except for the Minister of Finance, the newly chosen Prime Minister will select his cabinet with Ministers of his own choosing, which must then be sustained by a simple majority vote of the House of Lords to function in their office. The Minister of Finance will be chosen according to XLV, Section (2).
(6) The Prime Minister and his Cabinet or Counsel of Ministers will be sworn in to faithfully execute their offices to the best of their abilities and preserve, protect and defend the Constitution, from enemies both foreign and domestic, to shun crime or wrongdoing of any kind and to be loyal, faithful and true to the most noble and legitimate ideals of the nation in both their public and private lives.

Article XIX

(1) Martial law may be declared in a national emergency by the King, by order of the Prime Minister and his Council. Under such a circumstance executive orders may be drawn up and enforced, but such shall not violate the spirit and intent of the Constitution and the responsibility of an emergency government to protect the rights and liberty of its people as much as is possible according to the Constitution and in the laws of the land.
(2) If a declaration of "emergency" is not sustained by a majority vote of Parliament within four months, all executive orders become null and void. That is, executive orders are not authoritative except in a state of emergency, and emergencies cannot continue or perpetuate longer than four months without being sustained by a majority vote of Parliament. If the Executive order(s) is/are not made into a law by Parliament, but merely approved for the time being, such order(s) will again have to be sustained after the next four months have passed by a majority vote of both Chambers. This process could conceivably go on indefinitely.
(3) If Parliament is not available, because of a severe and unusual circumstance, executive orders will be enforceable until Parliament can be reconvened or reconstituted.
(4) Hence, except for an extreme situation, the Executive branch is not go beyond it's bounds and infringe in any way upon the rights, privileges and powers of the Legislative or Judicial Branches, the Crown or the rights of the States, legally constituted Communities or the People. The Executive branch will confine itself to the provisions of the Constitution except under unusual circumstances.

Article XX

The Prime Minister shall have the right to line veto, or completely veto, of any measure, resolution, rule, treaty, law, or regulation up to 10 years after it has been signed into law or from the date it was made effective. Parliament shall be empowered to reinstate and override any such veto by a two/thirds majority or reintroduce the bill. The veto power of the king cannot be annulled or made void.

Article XXI

The Prime Minister will have power to fill all needed vacancies that may occur in the National House of Lords during any session by granting temporary commissions which shall expire at the end of the next scheduled election. The States will have power to fill all needed vacancies that may occur in the National House of Commons by granting temporary commissions which shall expire at the end of the next scheduled election.

Article XXII

(1) The National government is only allowed to obtain, at the most, 20% of its working capital from taxes or tariffs, etc. The rest of the capital needed to run the government must be obtained evenly, according to population, from the States.
(2) The Federal or national government is forbidden to operate a income tax of any type or kind. This authority is reserved exclusively to the individual States and their Communities.
(3) Any State has the right to withhold as much as half of their support share from the Federal Government provided that a two/thirds majority of both Chambers of the State Parliament agree that the Federal Government is in some meaningful and legitimate way abusing its powers, overstepping it bounds, being wasteful, or failing to protect the citizens of their State in their right to life, liberty and property,
(4) If such a situation arises, the difficulty may be settled by a change in Federal and/or State policy, law, regulation or treaty agreement as to rectify the situation, or by a formal decision of the Supreme Court on the matter within one year of the formal complaint.
(5.) Any State has the full right to nullify any Federal law, statute or regulation that is not in tune with or in harmony with the Constitution as a check and balance against unlawful Federal meddlings or mandates.

Article XXIII

(1) The Government in its political conduct is collectively accountable before the House of
Commons. As such, any public servant or staff member may be called to make reports,
which if found to be deceitful by a court of law shall be guilty of perjury.
(2) The House of Commons shall have power to remove the Prime Minister or any of his staff by a two/thirds majority vote.

Article XXIV

No authority other than the Federal government may adopt measures which directly or indirectly hinder the freedom of movement of persons and the free movement of goods throughout country.

Article XXV

(1) The Constitution guarantees the autonomy of the legally constituted Communities, which consist of villages, towns, cities and counties. These enjoy full legal personality. Their government and administration is the responsibility of their own city, town or municipal governments which are made up of the mayors, presiding counselors and elected councilmen. The councilmen shall be elected by the residents of the community by free, direct, and secret ballot in the manner established by law. The mayors or presiding councilmen shall be elected by the councilmen or by the residents according to the respective communities ordinances.
(2) State and local treasuries must have the means necessary for carrying out the rightful governmental functions which the law attributes to the respective States and Communities. They shall operate financially through their own taxes and/or and by State rather than national revenue as deemed appropriate according to the laws of each State and/or Community.

Title IV: The Legislative Branch
[See "26." on a House of Lords in "Advantages," "9. Corrupt Currency,"
"11. Deficit Spending," "11. Pork and Barrel Projects," "12. Government Waste,"
"13. Sovereign Immunity," "15. Big Government,"
"4. Nullification of Federal Laws, Statues or Regulations
"30. Inviolability of the Constitution"
in "Sources of Government Corruption:
 A Need for Checks and Balances"]

Article XXVI

(1) Parliament is established as a permanent
entity of the government of __________. It shall
perform its proper functions in the name of the
King or Queen and the people of __________.
(2) As a check and balance of power, there will be
two legislative houses. The House of Commons,
which shall represent the people, and an upper
House, the House of Lords, to the represent the
States and the nation as a whole.
(3) The Parliament exercises the legislative
power of the Nation and Kingdom of
__________, approves its budgets, controls its
actions, and has all other authorities and offices
assigned to it by the Constitution. The
legislature is not to act beyond it bounds as set
forth in this document.
(4) Either or both Houses of the National
Legislative Branch may be temporarily dismissed
by the King under the authority of the Prime
Minister at any time when in the course of events it
shall be considered wise. However, either they
must be reinstated or there must be a call for new
elections to be completed within a four month
period unless the national is under a state of emergency or martial law as prescribed in Article
XIX.
(5) The King or Ruling Queen or Crown Prince or Princess presides if he or she is present in
any meeting of the House of Lords or the House of Commons, but will not conduct under normal
circumstances. The President of both Houses will be the Prime Minister who may or may not
attending any of its meetings. The Acting Presidents shall be chosen according to the rules
created by the respective Houses and,
(6) Both Chambers of Parliament will create and establish their own rules and procedures and
budgets. Any joint session will be conducted by the Prime Minister who is the President of both
Houses.
(7) In order to adopt or approve any resolution, agreement, regulation, treaty or law, both
Chambers must be in a regular or emergency session with the attendance of the majority of their
members. The vote of any Deputy or Lord is personal and cannot be delegated to anyone else.
All meetings of Parliament and their committees will be public except in the case of national
security as established by law or the rules of each House.
(8) No attachments can be added to any measure. Each must stand
on its own merits.
(9) While direct involvement of citizens in legislation is prohibited,
both Chambers may receive and consider petitions through their
representatives if appropriate.
(10) Members of Parliament must absent themselves from voting or
influencing the vote where there is a conflict of interests, or be
removed permanently from Parliament.
(11) The House of Commons and the House of Lords, and if
necessary both Chambers jointly, may appoint investigating Commissions on any subject of
public interest or import.Their conclusions shall not be binding on the courts or the government,
but their findings may be transmitted to the proper authorities for appropriate action.
Appearance before either Chamber or any authorized Subcommittee of Parliament shall be
mandatory and considered to be a duty and obligation.
(12) No member of Parliament will receive any money, gifts, perks, favors, promises of gifts
or any indulgence or gratuity or other kind of benefit pertaining to his or her position as a
member of Parliament, either before, during or after their tour of duty as a public servant.
Nor shall he or she profit, or allow others to profit from any insider information obtained by virtue
of position or status, or to receive any money, gifts, perks, favors, promises of gifts or any
indulgence or gratuity or other kind of benefit pertaining to their position as a member of
Parliament, either before, during or after their tour of duty as a public servant. The violation of
this provision is considered to be a crime against the integrity of our system of government and
may result in severe punishment.
(13) National Deputies and Lords will not serve actively in
any other public office, business or calling that would take
their time and energy away from being active and
contributing members of Parliament.
(14) Remuneration and benefits for services rendered as
a Deputy or Lord for King and Country shall be not be
exorbitant, but modest and in conformity with what is
typical for the by upholding the Constitution and
defending freedom from those who would attempt to use
the power of government to set up monopolies or give
unfair advantage to one group of people over another.
Care must be taken that the national government does not
become too big, meddlesome, wasteful, corrupt or inefficient. Honesty and integrity must adore
the lives of those who serve.
(15) The legislative system of the nation, the state and communities as a whole are to be
immune from prosecution or law suit. However, no immunity is provided for what Deputies
and Lords, or any of their staff do as individuals in their official positions or personal lives.
Therefore, great care must be taken to ensure that a reasonable standard is constantly
upheld. Nevertheless, the Public Defenders office is tasked to give a proper defense for
members of Parliament for anything involving their official duties.
(16) State and National Deputies and Lords shall be sworn in to defend the Constitution
from all enemies both foreign and domestic, to uphold the freedom, and the basic rights of
mankind, to shun crime and to be trustworthy, loyal and true under all circumstances.

Article XXVII

(1) The House of Commons is composed
of a minimum of 100 and a maximum of
400 Deputies, or representatives elected
by the people out of their respective
judicial districts at the rate of one per
district.
Each district throughout the land shall have
a relatively equal number of people in it.
(2) To be a Deputy or member of the
National or a State House of Commons,
one must be a citizen and be at least
twenty-one years old.
(3) Elections to the House of Commons is
for four years in full accord with the Election requirements of Article LII. Deputies may be re-
elected to serve the people of their districts and the nation no more than three times or a total of
twelve years.
(4) All adults, male or female, without bias or prejudice, upon their majority, if they are registered,
may have the full use of their political right to vote for those individuals eligible at the times
appointed and under certain circumstances may vote by absentee ballot as established by law.
(5) The House of Commons shall have power to remove any Minister from office including the
Prime Minister by a two/thirds majority vote.
(6) The House of Commons will operate the Court of Accounts or General Auditing Agency of
the country who are charged with auditing all National agencies whether it be the crown, the
executive branch or the judiciary, national security forces, or military.

Article XXVIII

(1) The National House of
Lords shall be composed of two
members for each State with a
minimum of 50 members. They
shall be chosen by their
respective State Governor-
Generals and sustained by a
majority vote of the State House
of Commons and State House
of Lords.
(2) Members of the upper
houses of the State
Legislatures, or every State
House of Lords, must be a
citizen and be at least 25 years
old. He or she must hold a
native or foreign title of nobility
and/or royalty as verified and
confirmed through the Office of
the King or reigning Queen. They shall be chosen for their responsible positions by the State
House of Commons and be approved by their respective Governor-Generals or in his absence
by the Lt. Governor-General of the particular State in question.
(3) Members of the National and State House of Lords are to serve for 10 years and may serve
as a Lord of Parliament if re-approved for no more than a total of 20 years.
(4) If it becomes necessary under special circumstances, by special approval of a State
Governor-General, a person who does not have a title of nobility rightfully appointed to be a
member of a State House of Lords will be given a lifelong or hereditary title of nobility
(5) If the Acting President of the House of Lords is called upon to act temporarily in the
office of Prime Minister on a temporary or emergency basis, his second in command will
carry on and conduct the business of the House of Lords until such a time as the Acting
President is returned or a new Acting President is appointed,
(6) State Governor-Generals will be nominated by the King from among the
members of the House of Lords and be sustained by a majority vote of the
same. The State Governor-General will be the head of the State government
and commander and chief of the State Militias and Security Forces. He or she
will serve for five years and may serve an additional two terms.
(7) Candidates for the office of Lt. Governor-General will be nominated by the
State Governor-General from among the State Deputies and will be sustained by
a majority vote of the State House of Commons. He or she shall serve with the
State Governor-General during his or her term of office.

Article XXIX

Both the Parliament and Government administration shall hold exclusive competence over
the following matters in accord with the supreme law of the land---the Constitution of
__________. All other powers shall be reserved to the States, the Communities and the
People. The National Government is forbidden to go beyond the bounds of its authority. All
national laws, rules, regulations, treaties, etc. passed by Parliament must be in harmony with the
Constitution to protect freedom, property rights and not overburden business or promote
monopolies or cartels. The national Government shall be limited to the following concerns other
than those already permitted:
(1) to protect, support and defend the common citizen in his right to the enjoyment of life,
liberty, and property with as little government meddling interference as possible;
(2) to provide for the defense of the nation and establish an orderly, effective, well-equipped,
well-trained and well-armed Military to include an Army, Navy, and Air Force with appropriate
bases, ships and facilities; all military personnel are to be sworn in to defend the Constitution
from enemies, both foreign and domestic, to shun crime, protect the innocent and helpless,
and honor and obey all lawful orders (orders are
automatically considered unlawful if they violate the
Constitutional rights of the people); before any individual may
be advance in rank, they must be sworn in again to the same
oath to benefit and safeguard King (Queen) and Country, and
never violate the rights of the people;
(3) to provide a national security force including an
intelligence corp(s) outside of the Military as appropriate to
have the mission of protecting the free exercise of rights and
shall be sworn in to defend the Constitution from enemies,
both foreign and domestic, to shun crime, protect the innocent and helpless and honor and obey
all lawful orders; before any individual may advance in rank, they must be sworn in again to the
same oath to benefit and safeguard King (Queen) and Country and never to violate the rights of
the people;
(4) to declare war, grant letters of marque and reprisal, suppress insurrections and repel
invasions;
(5) to administer Justice and equity on the Federal level and provide for humane Federal
prisons and prison administration;
(6) to have a corp of ambassadors or diplomat, consulates to maintain good international
relations to the mutual benefit of our country and others to operate under the direction and
counsel of the Crown;
(7) to establish a uniform rule of naturalization and asylum;
(8) to regulate and protect the interests of the nation via customs,
tariffs, and foreign trade, where necessary and appropriate;
(9) to regulate and protect a uniform system of weights and measures;
(10) to print money and coinage as needed, to ensure that all paper
money and/or coins are based on real worth, a gold and silver standard,
except for a certain amount of fiat money that can be used in trading
with other countries.
(11) to make loans to and regulate banks and all other financial
institutions to ensure there is no usury, corruption or schemes to do
harm to the people, and to operate an effective and powerful agency to deter and eliminate
counterfeiting or other infringements on the quality and purity of the nation's money; the power
herein specified in this clause shall never be delegated under any circumstances --- no foreign
money or coinage shall be used as the currency of the nation;
(12) to borrow money on the credit of the Nation; to eliminate any and all debt, whether national,
state, community or individual, through bankruptcy and/or insolvency laws that in emergency can
include government bankruptcy on all levels;
(13) to lay and collect taxes in a uniform way, but not to institute a personal income tax;
(14) to regulate the concession of water resources and projects when the waters run through
more than one State;
(15) to establish and operate post offices and an telecommunications; aerial cables, submarine
cables, and radio communication to promote completive enterprise;
(16) to promote the progress of science and useful arts, by securing for limited times to authors
and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries;
(17) to protect the freedom of the press, radio, internet and television and, in general, of all other
means of social communication in a way that ensures that no monopolies or hidden
monopolies are permitted in any of these
endeavors --- that free enterprise and competition
prevail. However, freedom of speech does not
provide license to slander or commit libel,
defamation or promote obscenities, vulgarities or
violence;
(18) to regulate the general coordination of health
and education on a national level, not socialized
health or education, nor promote any kind of
government or private monopoly, but to protect
and promote free-enterprise and a healthy
competition in these fields of endeavor;
(19) to regulate and protect the freedom of the
merchant marine and the ownership of ships; the
lighting of the coasts and maritime signals; ports
of general interest, airports of general interest,
the control of the air space, transit and transport,
meteorological service and registration of
aircraft;
(20) to define and punish piracies and felonies
committed on the high seas or in the air; and
offenses against the law of nations;
(21) to regulate and promote railroads, land transportation, protect woodlands and forestry
projects, mining and energy to prevent the creation of monopolies and promote healthy
competiveness and free-enterprise in the economy of the nation;
(22) to protect the environment where possible in ways that do not create major financial
problems, nor violate property rights, but promotes free-enterprise and competition;
(23) to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the
foregoing powers and responsibilities, and all other powers vested by this Constitution ---
laws that go beyond these powers are considered to be null and void;
(24) laws are not to be passed, which will promote any special interest group --- equality
before the law will be observed inviolate;
(25) laws, rules and statutes are not to be multiplied so that they become burdensome,
costly or crippling to free enterprise, nor are they to become so numerous and detaled
that they can be used to destroy individuals or companies on insignificant absurdities
and/or nonsense;
(26) to collect statistical
information as needed without
violating privacy or the free will of
the people.
(27) to ensure that the Federal
government does not spend more
than it takes in. The only except to
this can only be under a declared
emergency as described in article
XIX.

Article XXX

(1) The powers not delegated to the federal government by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it
to the States, are reserved to the States, to the legally constituted communities and to the
people. Thus the national government is limited to the enumerate powers set forth and to no
others.
(2) If any of the above powers can be delegated to the States, Communities or the People, this
shall be done or encouraged in order to keep the government from becoming too big and
controlling which must be done in order to protect freedom and promote free-enterprise,
incentives and liberty.
(3) To add any power to the National government not specified above will require an amendment
to the constitution.
(4) Each and every act, law, statute or regulation created by the legislature of the Nation and
Kingdom or any State or Legally Constituted Community shall contain a concise and definitive
statement of the constitutional authority relied upon to grant or justify authority to the enactment
of each separate clause of such act, law, statute or regulation to ensure that all laws, statutes
and regulations full and completely comply with the supreme law of the land. No organization of
government will go beyond the bounds or limits of the Constitution.
(5) Hate or thought laws will not be created, established or enforced. All citizens of the country
are equal before the law. No group of citizens will have special protection or privileges above
any other group as pertaining to the law of the land.
(6) The national government is forbidden to make laws, provide
support or promote abortion or euthanasia.
(7) The death penalty is permitted according as the law shall read.
(8) No government entity shall make any law which nullifies private
contracts.
(9) No government entity is ever at any time to be in competition
with private companies or operate any kind of business. Nor shall
the government over-regulate business or put unnecessary
burdens on any legitimate business entities.
(10) The only criminal laws which the federal government can enact shall relate only to the
enumerated powers specified above. Hence, national law shall only be related to such
things as treason, counterfeiting the securities and current coin of the of the United States,
piracies, and felonies committed on the high seas, and offenses against the law of nations,
and no other crimes whatsoever, except those that pertain exclusively to the limited powers
of the National government. Criminal law is reserved almost exclusively to the States and
Communities. Duplication of laws by the Federal government and the States and/or
Communities are forbidden.
(11) Acts, laws, statutes or regulations will not be allowed to create monopolies for any
profession or merchandise or organization. Veto power and/or court nullification shal be
used to eliminate absurdities.

Article XXXI

The King shall sanction the laws approved by the Parliament within a period of thirty days
and shall promulgate them and order their immediate publication in both prominent legal journals
and in a public medium to ensure the public are made aware of them and have easy access to
them.

Article XXXII

It shall be the responsibility, duty and obligation of the National
government and all its public servants to provide an example of
honesty, integrity, and sacrifice for the betterment of the country and
the people. All National public servants including their staff shall also
be sworn in to defend the Constitution from enemies both foreign
and domestic, shun crime of any kind, and be loyal, faithful and true
to their trust.

Article XXXIII

Three-fourths of the State Parliaments by majority vote can over-ride and cancel out any
law, treaty, rule or regulation passed into law by the National Parliament.

Article XXXIV

(1) All public servants shall carefully observe in their work the equality of all persons before
the law and shall maintain objectivity and impartiality in their treatment of the people to
reflect dignity and respect for each and every person.
(2) No public servant shall receive a salary greater than what is considered to be in the
middle or upper middle class range, nor a salary higher than the Deputies or Lords of
Parliament.
(3) No public servant will receive any money, gifts, perks, favors, promises of gifts or any
indulgence or gratuity or other kind of benefit pertaining to his or her position as a
public servant, either before, during or after their tour of duty as a public servant. Nor shall
he or she profit, or allow others to profit from any insider
information obtained by virtue of their position or status, or
to receive any money, gifts, perks, favors, promises of gifts
or any indulgence or gratuity or other kind of benefit
pertaining to their position as a public servant, either before,
during or after their tour of duty. The violation of this
provision is considered to be a crime against the integrity of
our system of government and may result in severe
punishment.
(4) Neither Lord or Deputy, any public servant nor anyone
associated with them, shall profit from insider information while
serving as a public servant or after their term of office or
employment. Legislators and those associated with them will
dedicate themselves wholly to their sacred duty to King and Country and shall be barred from
any other pursuit or temptation to use their office for personal gain or anything other than to
promote the best interests of the nation in full harmony with the principles and rules of the
Constitution of the land.
(5) Legislators shall not vote for any law, regulation, ordinance, etc., unless he or she has read it
and deems it to be thoroughly constitutional, uncomplicated and has appropriate checks and
balances built into it to ensure that it could not abused to harm freedom and economic
prosperity should a less than honorable person or group of people be unfortunately placed in
charge of enforcement.
(5) All Public and Military servants must take an oath of office to defend the King [or Queen] and
Constitution from enemies both foreign and domestic, to shun crime of any kind and be faithful,
loyal and true to their trust. This oath shall be repeated upon any change in position. The
following shall be their oath of office:

     I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the King and Constitution of the Kingdom of _________ against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter; that I will, by my example, show what it means to be loyal and true to my trust, and honor the law and the people of this nation. So help me God.


Title V: The Judicial Branch
[See "1. Judicial Decrees," "13. Sovereign Immunity,"
"14. Justice," "25. Alcohol and Drugs" and
"30. Inviolability of the Constitution"
in "Sources of Government Corruption:
 A Need for Checks and Balances"]

Article XXXV

(1) The Judicial branch is established as a permanent entity of the government of __________ .
(2) Justice shall be administered in the name of the King or Queen and the people of the land. The President of the Supreme Court shall be appointed by the Head of State, the King or Queen, in consultation with the Council of Ministers.
(3) Justices shall be subject to the rule of law. They shall be sworn in to uphold and sustain the Constitution and the laws of the land and promote justice, equity and fairness in all their dealings. They shall remove themselves from considering any case where there is a conflict of interests or be removed permanently from the bench.
(4) The judicial power of __________, shall be vested in one Supreme Court, composed of twelve nonpartisan judges and in such inferior courts as Parliament may from time to time ordain and establish. Four of the judges of the Supreme Court shall be chosen by the House of Lords, four by the House of Commons and four by the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers. After choosing, if the individuals selected for the Supreme Court are sustained by the House of Lords with a two/thirds majority vote, he or she may act in their judicial position along with the other justices.
(5) It will take a two/thirds written majority decision to create a verdict or decision in any case. (6) The Justices of the Supreme Court shall be subject to the rule of law, both in its limitations and its full extent.  They will not interpret any case in such a way that will make laws, regulations or ordinances by judicial decree or verdict. Making laws and approving regulations is the exclusive domain of Parliament. No court may operate beyond its bounds.
(7) Inferior federal judges shall be nominated by the House of Lords and sustained by a simple majority of the House of Commons and may not make laws, rules or regulations or anything similar to them by judicial decree, but shall judge according to the rule of law.
(8) Supreme Court and inferior judges are to serve for 10 years based on good behavior. A Supreme Court judge may, if it becomes necessary, be removed from office for nonpolitical reasons, at the request of the Prime Minister and Council, and a three/fourths majority vote of the House of Lords. An inferior federal judge may be removed, for nonpolitical reasons, at the request of the Prime Minister and Council and a three/fourths vote of the House of Commons or by due process of the law.
(9) General oversight of federal judges shall be delegated to a permanent standing committee of the House of Lords. All judges may be subject to impeachment for high crimes or failure to fulfill their oath of office to support and sustain the supreme or most important law of the land as contained in the Constitution.

Article XXXVI

(1) The judicial power shall extend to all cases, in law and equity, arising under this Constitution and all federal laws and treaties made, or which shall be made, to all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls; to all cases of admiralty and maritime jurisdiction; to controversies to which the national government shall be a party, such as the military or armed forces and the concerns of prisoners; to controversies between states; and between states and their citizens or another state or and a state or states; between a state and citizens of another state; between citizens of different states; and foreign states, citizens or subjects. All other controversies are reserved for the States and legally constituted communities.
(2) There shall be courts of appeal to consider any cases in question. The court of last appeal in the Supreme Court of the land.
(3) The following may lodge an appeal of unconstitutionality of any law, rule, regulation or treaty before the high court. The Prime Minister, the President of the House of Commons and the President of the House of Lords, or by a majority vote of either Legislative House, the National Public Defender and/or the National Public Prosecutor, as appropriate.
(4) All decisions of the High Court shall be published and include dissenting opinions under the Office of the King or Queen so that the public may easily obtain an understanding of what happened.
(5) Any part of a law, rule, regulation or treaty not affected by a
decision of unconstitutionality shall remain in force subject to the
normal proceedings of law, i.e. the 10 year veto power of the Prime
Minister, as the Head of Government, and the legislative
deliberations of Parliament.

Article XXXVII

(1) The Office of the Public Defender shall, without prejudice to the functions of any
other organization, promote justice, equity and fairness and watch over the courts and
report to the appropriate constitutional bodies, and see to it that defendants and
accused parties have adequate defense on the federal level.
(2) The Public Defender and his senior staff are to be sworn in to defend the
Constitution against all enemies both foreign and domestic, be loyal, faithful and true to
their trust, and promote justice, equity and fairness in all their deliberations. No legal
organization, association or union of legal professionals or jurists shall be discriminated
against or favored in the employment of such men or women.
(3) The Office of the Public Prosecutor shall, without prejudice to the functions of any
other organization, promote justice, equity and fairness and watch over the courts and
report to the appropriate constitutional bodies, and see to it that plaintiffs and accused
parties are prosecute effectively on the federal level.
(a) It shall be the chief aim of the Prosecutors office that criminal behavior will
not be tolerated, nor be considered profitable or attractive in government or
in society in general.
1. Corruption and waste in government is considered to be a particularly
serious crime against the nation and its resources. The government must
provide an example of honesty, integrity and accountable as well as
demonstrating responsible management.
2. Whistle blowers, who are reporting authentic offenses are to be
honored appropriately and protected for their courage and contribution
from vengeful parties.

(b) The Prosecutor's Office is not to be used for any political purposes or to
wrongfully penalize innocent citizens who have different views than the
majority.
(c) Alcohol and drug abuse is particularly hurtful and costly to the people of
the nation. It is a special concern that must take the utmost care to prevent
and curtail. It is expected that this office will develop a special task force to
effectively research and combat this problem.
(d) The Public Prosecutor and his or her senior staff are to be sworn in to
defend the Constitution against all enemies both foreign and domestic, be
loyal, faithful and true to their trust and promote justice, equity and fairness in all their
deliberations. No legal organization, association or union of legal professions or jurists
shall be discriminated against or favored in the employment of such men and women.

Article XXXVIII

(1) Unless there is an emergency, jury duty takes precedence over most other affairs of life. It is a high and most important civic duty to which one should feel honored and privilege to attend and to do so with all diligence.
(2) Juries shall consist of twelve reputable men and/or women. Pre-emptory challenges are not allowed except in very serious cases at the discretion of the judge who is to preside over the case. They shall serve and receive just remuneration for their service.
(3) Jurors are to be sworn in to uphold the law and use good judgment in applying the principles of justice, equity and fairness in any or all the cases they are asked to be involved in. Jurors are to excuse themselves from any case that involves a conflict of interests.
(4) Jurors are to be given a copy of the statutes for the case in question and are to be told that they can, in extreme cases, nullify or alter the law in the name of justice and equity if appropriate.
(5) Jury verdicts do not have to be unanimous. They can be eleven to one and be acceptable,
but in such a situation, the judge can overturn their verdict if he or she feels that this is in the best interests of justice. If, however, the jury is unanimous, its decision is inviolable and cannot be overturned except on appeal.
(6) Members of juries are permitted to ask questions in open court, but not to make conclusions or comments nor ask leading questions.

Article XXXIX

(1) Justice shall be administered in the name of the King or Queen and the people in all State and Community Courts.
(2) Except for the Supreme Courts of the various States, all other judges or magistrates in the States and legally constituted communities shall be nominated by the people according to the election laws in Section ___, and are not to be attorneys or legal professionals.
(3) Those so nominated must then be sustained by the respective State House of Lords or by the Mayer and Community Councils as the case may be.
(4) All judges are to be nonpartisan and reputable individuals and shall be sworn in to uphold and sustain the Constitution and the laws of the land and promote justice, equity and fairness in all their dealings. Judges are to excuse themselves from any case involving a conflict of interests or be removed permanently from the bench.
(5) Judges shall serve for 10 years based on good behavior.
(6) State Judges, if it becomes necessary, may be removed by their respective Governor-Generals in consultation with the State Standing Legal Committee of the State House of Lords. Community judges may, for similar reasons, be removed by the Mayor and Community Councils by a three/fourths majority vote.
(7) There shall be courts of appeal for contested cases. Normally the last court of appeal for State and Community Courts is the State Supreme Court.

Article XL

(1) The Judges and Magistrates, as well as the prosecutors, while on active service in such positions, may not hold other public positions or belong to political parties, unions or associations that might impair their judgment, objectivity and to avoid conflicts of interest. Their primary concern must be to promote impartial justice and fairness for all races, ethnic, or religious groups within the land, without discrimination, such that, all have equal opportunities and equitable chances for justice.
(2) Defendants shall have a right of access to any and all public documents relevant to their defense that do not pose a threat to national security. If a defendants case is dependant on such information, the documents may be produced in a limited or reduced form to protect national interests, or a special witness, who has the proper clearance may act as a witness. However, such an individual will not be required to give information that is forbidden or would be damaging to the defense of the nation.

Article XLI

(1) Community Small Claims Courts shall administer justice in the name of the King or Queen.
(2) The Small Claims Court is a due court of law and are to be accorded all the respect and judicial rights of a higher court. They may try small and medium size cases where extensive damages may be awarded to provide for greater general access to justice at more reasonable costs than a higher court.
(3) Small Claims Courts are for civil matters only and may function without juries. They should, however, try cases of fraudulent, negligent or innocent misrepresentation as violations of tort law, but not pronounce criminal penalties except for contempt of court charges.
(4) In complicated cases, three Community Judges may be needed to try a case. This may be determined by the judge assigned.
(5) Such Courts will operate under preponderance of evidence except in complicated cases where the presiding judge with the unanimous agreement of two other Community judges assigned to the case, make the determination to do otherwise.
(6) Where possible, people are to be encouraged to use private arbitrators and mediators to avoid the expense and energy drain of full legal proceedings.

Article XLII

(1) The justice system of the nation, the state and communities as a whole are to be immune from prosecution or law suit. However, no immunity is provided for what judges or any other legal professionals or staff do as individuals in their official positions or personal lives. Therefore, great care must be taken to ensure that a reasonable standard is upheld at all times. The Public Defenders office is tasked to give a proper defense for Federal judges for anything involving their official duties.
(2) For the sake of justice, frivolous law suits are to be summarily thrown out and caps
established to ensure that no one, neither plaintiffs or their attorneys, will look at law suits as a way to become rich rather than to promote justice, equity and fairness. Laws suits are not to be considered as way to redistribute wealth or take advantage or ruin a business or a person. Law suits are for equity and fair compensation only and not for punishment.
(3) Everyone accused of a crime is to be considered innocent until proven guilty. However, repeat violators on a second conviction, lose this precious legal right and will be considered guilty until proven innocent for 4 years after the second conviction.
(4) Fraud and misrepresentation crimes are extremely rampant to the point that this particular crime is, in far too many instances, immune from criminal prosecution and law suit because of the costs involved. As such, to promote justice and contain costs, let it be hereby proclaimed that those who commit such crimes will be presumed to have misrepresented the truth and the onus or burden of proof will, therefore, be on the defendant or the accused to demonstrate that they are innocent. This provision may be vacated by the judge presiding over the case, if it is appears that it is being abused either by prosecutors or legal representatives.
(5) Half of all fines required of convicted felons and/or those convicted of misdemeanors shall be given to their victims. If the offender has made adequate restitution prior to sentencing, the judge may determine that  he or she may receive a lesser penalty and/or fine for the offense that was committed.
(6) There is to be no legal monopoly of legal representatives, advocates, attorneys, lawyers or solicitors. Any of a number of different types of legal professional may be hired to be a representative before any court of the land. Citizens may represent themselves without prejudice or bias, but are encouraged to at least have an advisor. Legal professions, of whatever name, are not to do business by receiving a percentage of the reward. Charges are to be either by lump sum or hourly.
(7) All Judicial personnel including all judges and/or legal advisors both National, State and Community shall take the following oath of office:

I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the King and Constitution of the Kingdom of _________ against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter; that I will, by my example, show what it means to be loyal and true to my trust, and honor the law and the people of this nation. So help me God.


Tile VI: Grand Juries
[See "Jury Reform" and "Grand Juries" in "14. Justice"
and "30. Inviolability of the Constitution"
in "Sources of Government Corruption:
 A Need for Checks and Balances"]

Article XLIII

Grand Juries shall be independent legal entities, which are a part of a check and balance system of the government and private sector to ensure that corruption does not prevail and important criminal concerns are not neglected, but addressed by the judicial system. An inditement or presentment of a grand jury must, by law, be brought to trial before an impartial judge. Grand Juries are also to protect individual citizens from unwarranted, arbitrary or oppressive prosecutory action in that a judgement of insufficient evidence or dismissal of charges by a Grand Jury denies that criminal actions may to be taken against an individual on the charges presented.
(1) Such juries may bring indictments and/or presentments against any person, citizen or foreigner, within the boundaries of the country including the highest public officers of the land for high crimes and/or fellonies that may result in impeachment or and other appropriate punishment as decreed by a court of proper jurisdiction.
(2) The meetings of a Grand Jury are to be kept secret and interested judges, prosecutors, and/or defense attorneys are not to attend such meetings. That is, no one may attend such meetings unless invited by majority vote of the same.
(3) Grand Juries will have the compulsory authority to call witnesses, supena information and order searches based on "probable cause" and to hold violators in contempt equal to the authority given to the highest courts of the land.
(4) Neither a grand jury, or individual jurer of the same, can be dismissed or disbanded by anyone other than the Grand Jury itself, except in extraordinary cases, where there is substantial evidence of abuse, then the majority vote of  the National House of Lords may call for the removal of any jurer or officer thereof.
(5) Any Grand Jury may voluntarily decide to remove or replace a jurer on its own accord. The may also, after completing their scheduled business, disband and dismiss themselves so that they no longer have any legal authority to act as a Grand Jury, but may, if they so decide, put their legal standing on an inactive basis for an agreed upon period of time not to exceed two years.
(6) Grand Juries are created to fulfill Article II(26). Every State will have at least one active or temorarily dormant Grand Jury organized, which is to have both National and State authority. The State Legislatures are to create a Grand Jury, but cannot terminate such a body.
(7) Grand Juries are to operate independent of all government, private or corporate bodies or organizations of any kind.
(8) Jurers are to be nominated, according to population, by the Community Judges and their names approved by the State House of Lords.
(9) Grand Juries do not have to make a record of their proceedings or use normal rules of evidence, but are to operate ethically and responsibly according to the laws of the land and to be composed of good, faithful and true citizens, who swear an oath to defend the Constitution from enemies, both foreign and domestic, and to uphold justice, fairness and equity in all their dealings.
(10) Grand Juries shall consist of 25 citizens with 25 alternates. They shall be non-partisan, with no conflict of interests, no political agendas, but be committed to following the Supreme Law of the Land --- the Constitution and to making fair, objective and just decisions.
(11) No financial compensation will be offered to serve in such a body, except for a small reasonable, but partial compensation for an active jury member. The respective States are to provide an appropriate court room, facilities, legal services and operating budgets for their Grand Juries to function.
(12) All jurers will take the following oath of office:

I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the King and Constitution of the Kingdom of _________ against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter; that I will, by my example, show what it means to be loyal and true to my trust, and honor the law and the people of this nation. So help me God.  


Tile VII: Treaties or International Agreements
[See "International Law" in
"Sovereignty & The Future of Nobility and Royalty" and
"30. Inviolability of the Constitution"
in "Sources of Corruption in Government:
The Need for Checks and Balances"]

Article XLIV

(1) Treaties and agreements between _________ and other nations must first be approved by the Prime Minister and his Counsel. The next step is to present it to both Houses of Parliament where it will be considered. Since treaties and agreement are not considered to be of greater authority than any other law, a simple majority of both Houses of Parliament can make it a law of the land.
(2) Incompatible treaties or agreements may be altered to make them acceptable, but under no conditions will a treaty or agreement that violates the Constitution be tolerated or considered.
(3) If a treaty does obtain final approval, it will be presented by the reigning King or Queen.
(4) Any treaty or agreement may be denounced or abolished, modified or suspended in the same manner in which it was first approved by the National Legislature. Or: (a) Since a treaty or agreement has no greater legal standing than a law of the law, it will be subject like any other law, rule or regulation to the full or line veto power of the Prime Minister, and, as such, can be annulled by him at any time within ten years of its approval. (b) Similarly, the Supreme Court has authority to void any treaty or agreement that is found to be unconstitutional. (c) Lastly, three/fourths of the State Parliaments by majority vote can over ride any law, treaty, rule or regulation passed into law by the National Legislature.
(5) No foreign government, overt or hidden domestic power (shadow government) or outside force or organization of any kind shall supersede the full and complete authority, soveriegnty, or rights of the national government or any government agency, court, states or community. If such is found to exist, it shall be considered an act of treason.


Title IX: National Money And Credit
[See "8. Money," "9. Corrupt Currancy" and
"30. Inviolability of the Constitution"
in "Sources of Corruption in Government:
The Need for Checks and Balances"]

Article XLV

(1) All financial and money matters will be under the control of the Office of Finances.
(2) The Minister of Finance is to be in charge of the Office of Finances. This, being one of the most important and responsible positions in the government, will be appointed by the Head of State, the reigning King or Queen with a majority approval of the House of Lords and is to be a non-political office with a term of five years. The Minister of Finances will serve no more than 10 years.
(3) Chief or senior staff of the Office of the Minister of Finances will be appointed by the Prime Minister with the majority approval of the Financial Committee of the House of Lords and the majority approval of the House of Commons.
(4) As stated in Article XXIX(10), all money will be backed up by gold and/or silver except for a certain amount of fiat money, to be determined, for exchanging with other fiat money of other nations.

Article XLVI

(1) Only the government of __________ can create coins or print money as the exclusive legal tender for any part of the country. This responsibility is not to be delegated for any reason whatsoever. No foreign currency will be allowed as legal tender.
(2) The creation of credit in __________ is the exclusive domain of the government and is not to be delegated.
(3) The Minister of Finances and staff are charged with the creation of all legal tender of the country and credit and will be audited on a monthly basis by the General Auditing Agency of __________ or the Court of Accounts. This report will be shared with both Chambers of Parliament and shall be explained in clear and understandable terms.
(4) The said Minister is to perform his duties with the assistance of his or her staff under the scrutiny of the Council of Ministers and the Finance Committee of the House of Lords.
(5) Should the Minister of Finances or any of his staff be found to be in collusion with any foreign or international interests or involved in any crime pertaining to the duties of his or her office, he or she will be summarily discharge by the Head of the Government or Prime Minister.

Article XLVII

The Office of Finances will supervise a highly trained corp of agents to detect and thwart any counterfeiting operations with authority to investigate, arrest and detain violators whether foreign or domestic to be held for trial and punishment as appropriate according to the laws of the land. These federal agents are to be a part of the National Security forces of the nation.

Article XLVIII

(1) No bank, entity or financial institution residing in any of the territories of __________ will be allowed to loan money they do not actually have in their possession. If a bank wishes to obtain additional funds, they must obtain a loan from the government through the Office of Finances. Should such an entity wish to borrow from a bank or financial institution of another country, or from foreign interests, permission must be granted from the Office of Finances to do so.  
(2) Interest charged to consumers cannot be over 10% or it is considered usury in that it creates financial servitude and bondage instead of freedom and independence.

Article XLIX

(1) The Court of Accounts, or General Accounting Agency of the nation, is the highest organ
for checking the accounts and economic management of the State and the public sector. It
shall be the direct dependent of the House of Commons and shall exercise its functions
through delegation by them in the examination and verification of the General Accounts of the
entire nation.
(2) The accounts of the State and the state public sector shall be rendered to the Court of Accounts and shall be examined by it.
(3) The Court of Accounts, without prejudice to its own
jurisdiction, shall send an annual report to King and
Ministers and both Houses of Parliament which, when
applicable, shall list any noted violations or failure in
responsibilities, which in its opinion have occurred.
(4) The Head of Accounting shall be a Minister and member of the Council of Ministers. This, being one of the most important and responsible positions in the government, will be appointed by the Head of State, the reigning King or Queen with a majority approval of the House of Lords and is to be a non-political office with a term of five years. The Minister of Accounting will serve no more than 10 years.
(5) The senior staff of the Court of Accounts will be appointed by the Prime Minister with the majority approval of the Financial Committee of the House of Lords and the majority approval of the House of Commons.

Article L
(1) It is incumbent upon the Government to prepare the General Budgets of the Nation and upon the Parliament to examine, amend, and approve them.
(2) The General Budgets of the Nation shall be of an annual character and shall include the totality of expenditures and revenues of the public sector of the Nation.
(3) The Government must present to the House of Commons the General Budgets of the State at least three months before the expiration of those of the previous year.
(4) If the Budget Law is not approved before the first day of the corresponding fiscal year, the Budgets of the previous fiscal year will automatically be considered extended until the approval of the new ones.
(5) Once the General Budgets of the Nation have been approved, the Government may present bills  to alter the budget as deemed appropriate.


Title X: Monopolies
[See "6. Monopolies" and
"30. Inviolability of the Constitution"
in "Sources of Corruption in Government:
The Need for Checks and Balances"]

Article LI

(1) There will be no scientific, financial, bank, medical, legal, news, craft, guild, union, business or other professional or business monopolies in the private sector neither by law, regulation or license. No profession, craft or for-profit enterprise will be given the sole right to use any particular word or phrase to the exclusion of all others. There will be no monopolies or cartels allowed in any for-profit field of endeavor. This is done as an important safeguard to protect to the people of the land and thus promote, by competition, higher quality services and goods at reasonable prices.
(2) Freedom cannot exist in a vacuum of truth, therefore, of all monopolies, there must not be any open or hidden control or suppressive influence of any type in the mass media, except laws against obscenities, libel, slander, public nuisance or against the reputation, dignity and honor of the king, queen or royal family who are the highest and most important representatives of the nation. To enforce this provision, the Minister of the Mass Media shall assure:

a. that journalists shall have free access to information to investigate claims or suspicions;
b. that honest whistle blowers or the watchdogs of society are promoted and/or honored if appropriate;
c. that journalists or companies involved in TV, movies, internet, books, newspapers, radio, tapes, CD's, music, etc. are not bribed, threatened, editorialized, marginalized or coerced in any way to keep quiet or hide important truth from being revealed in an effective way;
d. that independent journalism prevail all over the land and that journalists are shielded or given the right to refuse to testify as to the information and/or sources of information obtained during the news gathering and dissemination process; and
e. that journalists are protected and respected in their work that we will have an informed society.

(3) The Minister of Mass Media will be appointed by the Head of State, the reigning King or Queen with a majority approval of the House of Lords and is to be a non-political office with a term of five years. The Minister of Mass Media will serve no more than 10 years.


Title XI: Elections
[See "5. Raising Money for Elections" "7. Truth and Lies"
and "30. Inviolability of the Constitution"
in "Sources of Corruption in Government:
The Need for Checks and Balances"]

Article LII

(1) No elected office of the Federal, State or Community will receive any money, gifts, favors,
promises of gifts or any thing like unto it for any reason either before, during or after their tour of duty as a public servant.
(2) No elected official is to profit, or allow others to profit, from any insider information they may obtain by virtue of their position.
(3) All campaign contributions to any candidate will be given directly to the respective federal,
state or community government involved and will be distributed evenly to no more than 10 candidates for each elected office or post to be used exclusively for campaign purposes only.
(4) No candidate for any public office is permitted to raise any money or use his or her own money for campaign purposes. The candidate is only allowed to use his even share of the campaign money he or she receives from the respective government involved. If he or she uses more, then that person automatically disqualifies themselves from holding the public office they sought.
(5) All elections are to be free, anonymous or by secret ballot by registered voters who are at least 18 years of age.

Title XII: The General Welfare of Society
[See "19. Welfarism," "26. Vice" "21. The Poor," and
"30. Inviolability of the Constitution"
in "Sources of Corruption in Government:
The Need for Checks and Balances"]


Article LIII

(1) It is not the duty of the government to protect the individual or any corporation from his or her foolishness. It is the duty of the government to protect the freedom of each individual to fail or succeed according to their good or bad choices or circumstance beyond their control.
(2) The government has no right to redistribute wealth. The responsibility to help the poor and the needy will come exclusively from the free-will generosity of the people. The free-enterprise system, being more effective and less wasteful than government, can do a far better and more effective job for the needy of the nation, and most importantly, it will be voluntary.
(3) According to Article XXII, Section (2), there will be no income tax on a federal or national scale. The federal government will confine itself to its proper role to defend the rights of its citizens to be free and unfettered by myriads of unnecessary laws, regulations and mandates that end up strangling freedom instead of enhancing it. It is encouraged and expected that businesses and individual citizens will be law abiding, accountable, fair, honest and charitable and thus permit the least amount of interference and restrictions from the federal, state or community governments.
(4) The national government (a) will not raise taxes for schools nor provide any financial
support for them, (b) will not be involved in accrediting schools or certifying teachers, but
will act in an advisory role only, except to properly ensure that no monopolies are
created that gives power into the hands of a few or limits competitiveness.
(5) States and the proper legally constituted communities will take upon them the
following responsibilities:

a. that the ethics, morals, values and ideals esteemed
as representing the best and most just ever enunciated
by man should be taught, not relativism, nor bias, but
that honesty and integrity and good citizenship should
be enshrined and revered;
b. if a concept is a theory, not a proven fact, all sides of
the question shall have equal and fair time. No theory
shall be considered absolute or dominate the academic
landscape whether in politics, science, education or any
other field;
c. the importance and the duty as well as the benefits of
whistle blowing to a rational and decent society should
be taught;
d. the family shall be revered as the building block of
tommorrow and everything that builds and strengthen
marriage and the family shall be considered as desireable,
d. each student shall know and understand the Constitution and the reasons behind its
provisions;
e. each minor shall be able to go to any school or schools for which he or she may qualify
and must complete a high school diploma or equivalent;
f. the national language shall be a required and elevated study for all students.

(6) No private or public organization, club, school, college or university shall teach or
espouse violence or civil disobedience as methods for change or protest. Violations will
be dealt with as the law shall prescribe.  

Article LIV

(1) All candidates for citizenship must be able to speak, understand and converse in the
dominant language of the nation to be eligible for citizenship.
(2) Such a candidate must also know and understand the Constitution and the reasons
behind all of its provisions.
(3) In becoming a citizen, an oath of allegiance must be taken to be loyal, faithful and
true to the laws, freedoms and interests of the Kingdom and Nation of __________.


Title XIII: Amendments and Referendums
[See "Secession, Rebellion, Referendums and Sovereignty"
 in the article "Sovereignty & The Future of Nobility and Royalty" and
"30. Inviolability of the Constitution"
in "Sources of Corruption in Government:
The Need for Checks and Balances"]

Article LV

(1) The right to propose a Constitutional amendment shall be exercised only by a majority agreement of both houses of the Parliament.
(2) Article IV, Section (1), Article XVII, Section (1) and Article XXXV, Section (1) are immune from amendment and cannot be altered.  
Article LVI

(1) Bills on the proposal of a Constitutional amendment
must be approved by a majority of the members of each
Chamber. If there is no agreement between the
Chambers, an effort to reach it shall be made by setting
up a Joint Commission of Deputies and Lords which
shall submit a text to be voted on by the House of
Commons and the House of Lords.
(2) If the proposal is adopted, it shall be given to each
State to consider. Three/fourths of the State Parliaments must approve the proposed
amendment by a three/fourths majority vote in order for the amendment to become part of
the Constitution, except as challenged as specified in below in Article LV, Section (3).
(3) Once the amendment has been passed by the National Parliament and three/fourths
of the State Parliaments, it shall be submitted to a referendum for its full and complete
ratification, if so requested by one/third of the members of either Chamber within
fifteen days after its passage.

Article LVII

A Constitutional amendment may not be initiated in time of war or while the country is in a state of emergency.

Article LVIII

(1) Political decisions of special importance may
be submitted for a consultative referendum of all
the citizens of the nation.
(2) No national referendum will change any law,
regulation, rule or treaty except in as specified in
the Article LV, Section (3). Referendums on the
national level are for information purposes
only.
(3) The referendum shall be convened by the
reigning Monarch at the proposal of a simple
majority vote of either Chamber of Parliament.

Article LIX

No State or Community has the right or
entitlement to secede. If secession is desired in
any part of the land, it must go through the same
process as an amendment to be approved.

Article LX

(1) The above contitutes the supreme law of the land. To violate, stray or ignore any of its provisions, or knowingly attempt to do so, shall be considered in law an act of treason, which shall be punished by permanent deportation or the forfeiture of one's life.
(2) As long as the national government is faithfully attempting to follow this Constitution, any act of rebellion and sedition, or attempting such, must be considered as serious crimes against the nation, and should be dealt with severely as acts of treason.
(3) It is incumbent on all good citizens to report suspicious activities to the authorities for investigation. Such reporting can be done anonymously and are considered rightful acts for which recognition is due and appropriate especially if found to be accurate and factual.


Title XIV: Final Provision
[See: "30. Inviolability of the Constitution"
in "Sources of Corruption in Government:
The Need for Checks and Balances"]

Article LXI

This Constitution shall enter into force on the day proclaimed by the reigning King or Queen and shall be printed in full in the official publications of State and in various mediums for the public in all the normal languages of the land.


Resources for the above model include ideas from the article "Sources of Corruption in Government: The Need for Checks and Balances" and words and phrases and ideas from:

The Alabama State Constitution (www.harbornet.com/rights/alabama.txt)
The Spanish Constitution (www.servat.unibe.ch/icl/sp00000_.html)
The United States Constitution (www.usconstitution.net/const.html)
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (www.un.org/Overview/rights.html)
The Danish Constitution (www.servat.unibe.ch/icl/da00000_.html)
The Swedish Constitution (www.servat.unibe.ch/icl/sw00000_.html)
Suggested Model for an Australian Constitution (www.national-renewal.org.au/ModelCon/start.shtml)

Other articles in this section:

Article #1: "Dynastic Law" by Stephen P. Kerr, LL.M., JD

Article #2: "The Imperial Family of Brazil" by Astrid Bodstein

Article #3: "German Nobility" by Michael Waas

Article #4: "Nobiliary Law and Succession" by Jan-Olov von Wowern

Article #5: "Royal and Noble Ranks, Styles and Addresses"

Article #6: "HM Juan Carlos I: The King who Championed Democracy"

Article #7: "Genealogy"

Article #8: "Heraldry"

Article #9: "Chivalry and Modern Times" by D. Edward Goff

Article #10: "Demoralised Georgia may renewed itself by restoring its monarchy"

Article #11: "The Royal Line of Kings & True Successors of the Kingdom of Georgia"

Article #12: "A Statement Issued by the Chancellery of the Royal House of Georgia"

Article #13: "Some Inaccuracies on the Website of Prince David Bagrationi"

Article #14: "The King and the Kingdom of Bunyoro-Kitara"

Article #15: "Monarchy Efforts in Serbia"

Article #16: "Sources of Corruption in Government: The Need for Checks and Balances, Part One"

Article #17: "Sources of Corruption in Government: The Need for Checks and Balances, Part Two"

Article #18: "Virtue, Greatness and Government"  

Article #19: "The Model Constitution"

Article #20: "The Return of Royalty to Indonesia" by Gerry van Klinken & Donald P. Tick

Article #21: "Sovereignty in the Holy Roman and Byzantine Empires"

Article #22: "Saved by the Crown" by Joshua Kurlantzick

Main articles written by the Commission:

(1) "IDEALS"
(2) "ADVANTAGES"
(3) "SOVEREIGNTY & THE FUTURE OF NOBILITY AND ROYALTY"
(4) "DEPOSED SOVEREIGNTY AND ROYALTY: how to preserve it and how to lose it"
(5) "MONARCHY AND NOBILITY: DIVINE RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES"
(6) "FAKE TITLES AND COUNTERFEITS"
(7) "TITLES OF NOBILITY SCAMS"

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