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 Post subject: Re: Completion of the Workers' Revolution
PostPosted: Mon Jun 16, 2014 11:05 pm 
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How can there be a civil war if you people just stay out?

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 16, 2014 11:09 pm 
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There can't. Though, thanks to some in the community, that is not a likely response from a few ideologies for lack of a better word.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 16, 2014 11:13 pm 
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Then perhaps those people should be shown the door?

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We like puting them on the metaphorical corner for a little but in such fragile situations as this, they like to tip the balance.

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How long were you away?

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Just to clarify from a Goldshirian perspective, we consider the Treaty of Kingsgate still in effect (it is worded to take frequent changes of regime into account). We consider the EWP, having unchallenged control over Elwynn for some days now, fulfils the criteria of Elwynn's pre-eminent power under Article I.III of that treaty.

Goldshire stands by its non-aggression and co-operation commitments to Elwynn under that Treaty, and unless or until the EWP government declares the treaty void under Article V.II, Goldshire considers said obligations to remain binding upon Elwynn.

For both our sakes, I urge this peaceful state of affairs to continue.

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Indeed I agree.

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Duke Ryabin Merkayastreb,

I am happy to inform you and your government that the Elwynnese Central People's Government fully acknowledges the treaty between Elwynn and Goldshire as still binding.

When the new constitution of the Democratic People's Republic has been enacted, the question of which laws to repeal and not will be clarified. Until then, the treaty remains, and I expect it to remain in force after the enactment of a new constitution.

Elwynn prevails.

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Most reassuring. Goldshire Hamlet sends its best wishes for the constitutional work that lies ahead of you, and will be intrigued by the eventual result.

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The Presidium of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn


BACKGROUND.

Following concerns that Comrade Deimos Jasonides (Deimoos Jasoonnai) displayed unrepentent bourgeois tendencies in contravention of the spirit of democratic socialism, Comrade Deimos Jasonides was invited for tea with the Presidium of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn.

A friendly conversation followed, in which Comrade Jasonides agreed that his bourgeois tendencies, indeed, were unrepentent and that he desired not to change them. The Presidium offered to admit him to a sanatorium for members of society with similar afflictions. Comrade Jasonides kindly declined and agreed that he would, for the sake of the stability of the Elwynnese socialist society-building, refrain from being within the territory of Elwynn until he is of sane mind (to be determined by the Presidium following advice from medical expertise). He also agreed that his citizenship in Elwynn would be cease for the duration of his hermitage.

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The following orders are made:

1. The only communication allowed between Comrade Jasonides and authorities of the Democratic People's Republic will be done with the People's Bureaux of Elwynn outside the country.

2. The Elwynnese citizenship of Deimos Jasonides is revoked.

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The Presidium of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn makes known that it has appointed Comrade Malliki Nur Pinito to the position of Supreme Political Commissar of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn.

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Comrade Chairman, I accept the appointment to the position of Supreme Political Commissar of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn. I will work for the glory of the motherland and to further the goals of the revolution.

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CONSTITUTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF ELWYNN

Chapter 1 Politics
 
Article 1
The Democratic People’s Republic of Elwynn is a sovereign socialist state representing the interests of all the Elwynnese people.
 
Article 2
The Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn is a revolutionary state which has inherited brilliant traditions formed during the glorious revolutionary struggle against the imperialist aggressors, in the struggle to achieve the liberation of the homeland and the freedom and well-being of the people.
 
Article 3
The Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn is guided in its activities by the idea of a world outlook centred on people and the revolutionary ideology for achieving the independence of the masses of people.
 
Article 4
The sovereignty of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn resides in the workers, peasants, working intellectuals and all other working people.

The working people exercise power through their representative organs – the Supreme Council and local people’s assemblies at all levels.
 
Article 5
All the State organs in the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn are formed and function on the principle of democratic centralism.
 
Article 6
The organs of State power at all levels, from the bailiwicks' People's Councils to the Supreme Council, are elected on the principle of universal, equal and direct suffrage by secret ballot.

Article 7
Deputies to the organs of State power at all levels have close ties with their constituents and are accountable to them for their work.

The electors may recall the deputies they have elected if the latter are not to be trusted.
 
Article 8
The social system of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn is a people-centred system under which the working people are masters of everything, and everything in society serves the working people.

The State shall defend and protect the interests of the workers, peasants and working intellectuals who have been freed from exploitation and oppression and become masters of the State and society.
 
Article 9
The Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn shall strive to achieve the complete victory of socialism in all of Elwynn by strengthening the people’s power and vigorously performing the three revolutions – the ideological, cultural and technical.

Article 10
The Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn bases itself on the political and ideological unity of the entire people based on the worker-peasant alliance in which the working class plays a leading role.

The State strengthens the ideological revolution and revolutionizes all the social members, and binds the whole society in a united group, linked in grand comradeship.
 
Article 11
The Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn shall conduct all activities under the leadership of the Elwynnese Workers' Party.
 
Article 12
The State shall adhere to the class line, strengthen the dictatorship of people’s democracy and firmly defend the people’s power and socialist system against all subversive acts of hostile elements at home and abroad.
 
Article 13
The State shall implement the mass line and apply the Elwynnese socialist spirit method to all its activities, the spirit and method by which superiors assist their subordinates, mix with the masses to find solutions to problems and rouse them to conscious enthusiasm preferentially through political work, with people.
 
Article 14
The State shall powerfully conduct revolutionary mass movements and accelerate the building of socialism to the maximum.
 
Article 15
The Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn shall champion the democratic, national rights of Elwynnese overseas and their rights recognized by the international law.
 
Article 16
The Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn shall guarantee the legal rights and interests of human foreigners in its territory. Non-human foreigners will enjoy legal rights and interests on a case-to-case basis.
 
Article 17
Independence, peace, and solidarity are the basic ideals of the policy toward the union of sovereign Shirerithian states and the principles of external activities of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn.

The State shall consider the Shirerithian Charter in its dealings with supra-State authorities and Shirerithian states.

The State shall establish diplomatic as well as political, economic and cultural relations with all friendly Shirerithian states, on principles of complete equality, independence, mutual respect, non-interference in each other’s affairs and mutual benefit.

The State shall promote unity with the world public defending peoples who oppose all forms of aggression and interference and fight for their countries’independence and national and class emancipation.
 
Article 18
The law of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn reflects the wishes and interests of the working people and is a basic instrument for State administration.

Respect for the law and its strict adherence and execution is the duty of all institutions, enterprises, organizations and citizens.

The State shall perfect the system of socialist law and promote the socialist law-abiding life.
 
Chapter 2 Economy
 
Article 19
The Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn relies on the socialist production relations and on the foundation of an independent national economy.
 
Article 20
In the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn, the means of production are owned only by the State and social cooperative organizations.
 
Article 21
The property of the State belongs to the entire people.

There is no limit to the property which the State can own.

Only the State possesses all the natural resources, railways, airports, transportation, communication organs and major factories, enterprises, ports and banks.

The State shall guarantee giving priority to the growth of its property which plays a leading role in the development of the national economy.
 
Article 22
The property of social cooperative organizations belongs to the collective property of working people within the organizations concerned.

Social cooperative organizations can possess such property as land, agricultural machinery, ships, medium-small sized factories and enterprises.

The State shall protect the property of social cooperative organizations.
 
Article 23
The State shall enhance the ideological consciousness and the technical and cultural level of the peasants, increase the role of the property of the entire people in leading the cooperative property so as to combine the two forms of property systematically, shall consolidate and develop the socialist cooperative economic system by improving the guidance and management of the cooperative economy and gradually transform the property of cooperative organizations into the property of the people as a whole based on the voluntary will of all their members.
 
Article 24
Private property is confirmed to property meeting the simple and individual aims of the citizen.

Private property consists of socialist distributions of the result of labour and additional benefits of the State and society.

The products of individual sideline activities including those from the kitchen gardens of cooperative farmers and income from other legal economic activities shall also belong to private property.

The State shall protect private property and guarantee its legal inheritance.
 
Article 25
The Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn regards the steady improvement of the material and cultural standards of the people as the supreme principle of its activities.

The constantly-increasing material wealth of society in our country, where taxes have been abolished, is used entirely for promoting the well-being of the working people.

The State shall provide all working people with every condition for obtaining food, clothing and housing.
 
Article 26
The independent national economy of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn is a solid foundation for the people’s happy socialist life and for the prosperity of the fatherland.

The State, holding fast to the line of building an independent national economy, shall accelerate modernization and scientific sophistication of the national economy, develop the national economy into a highly developed one, strive to build a solid material and technical foundation commensurate with a complete socialist society.
 
Article 27
The technical revolution is vital to the development of the socialist economy.

The State shall perform all economic activities by giving top priority to solving the problem of technical development, push vigorously ahead with a mass technical revolution movement by accelerating scientific and technical development and the technical innovation of the national economy, free the working masses from backbreaking labour and narrow down the differences between physical and mental labour.
 
Article 28
The State shall accelerate the technical revolution in the rural areas in order to eliminate differences between urban and rural areas, and class distinctions between the working class and the peasantry, industrialize and modernize agriculture, strengthen the guidance and assistance to rural areas by enhancing the role of the county.

The State shall undertake, at its own expense, the building of production facilities for the cooperative farms and modern houses in the countryside.
 
Article 29
Socialism and Communism are built by the creative labour of the working masses.

In the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn, labour is an independent and creative work of the working masses, who have been freed from exploitation and suppression.

The State renders the labour of our working people, who do not worry about unemployment, more joyful and worthwhile, so that they willingly work with enthusiasm and creativeness for society, organizations and for themselves.
 
Article 30
The daily working hours of the working masses are six hours.

The State will decide to shorten the daily working hours depending on the hardness and special conditions of labour.

The State shall organize labour effectively, strengthen labour rules and take fully utilize labour’s working hours.
 
Article 31
In the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn, the minimum working age is 16 years old.

The State shall prohibit child labour under the stipulated working age.
 
Article 32
The State shall firmly adhere to the principle of properly combining political guidance with economic and technical guidance, the unified guidance of the State with the creativity of each unit, monolithic leadership with democracy, political and moral incentives with material incentives in the guidance and management of the socialist economy.
 
Article 33
The State shall guide and manage the national economy according to the socialist economic management form whereby the economy is operated and managed in a scientific and rational way depending on the collective power of the producing masses, and according to the agricultural guidance system whereby agricultural management is conducted by industrial methods.

The State shall introduce a cost accounting system in the economic management according to the demand of this work system, and utilize such economic levers as prime costs, prices and profits.
 
Article 34
The national economy of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn is a planned economy.

The State shall balance a proportion between accumulation and consumption properly, accelerate the economic construction, continue to raise people’s living standard and formulate and implement national economic development plans in order to strengthen the national defence capability.

The State shall formulate unified and detailed plans and guarantee a high rate production growth and a balanced development of the national economy.
 
Article 35
The Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn shall compile and implement the State budget along with the national economic development plan.
The State will intensify campaigns for increased production and expanded economy, carry out financial regulations strictly, increase the State’s savings, and expand and develop the socialist property.
 
Article 36
In the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn, the State and social cooperative organizations shall conduct foreign trade activities.

The State shall develop foreign trade on the principles of complete equality and mutual benefit.
 
Article 37
The State shall encourage institutions, enterprises or associations of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn to establish and operate equity and contractual joint venture enterprises with corporations or individuals of foreign countries within a special economic zone.
 
Article 38
The State shall pursue a tariff policy with the aim of protecting the independent national economy.
 
Chapter 3 Culture
 
Article 39
Socialist culture, which is flourishing and developing in the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn, contributes to the improvement of the creative ability of the working people and to meeting their sound cultural and aesthetic demands.
 
Article 40
The Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn shall, by carrying out a thorough cultural revolution, train the working people to be builders of socialism and communism equipped with a profound knowledge of nature and society and a high level of culture and technology, thus making the whole of society intellectual.
 
Article 41
The Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn shall develop a truly popular, revolutionary culture which serves the socialist working people.

In building a socialist national culture, the State shall oppose the cultural infiltration of imperialism and any tendency to return to the past, protect its national cultural heritage, and develop it in keeping with the existing socialist situation.
 
Article 42
The State shall eliminate the way of life inherited from the outmoded society and establish a new socialist way of life in every sphere.
 
Article 43
The State shall put the principles of socialist education into practice and raise the new generation to be steadfast revolutionaries who will fight for society and the people, to be people of a new communist type who are knowledgeable, morally sound and physically healthy.
 
Article 44
The State shall give precedence to public education and the training of cadres for the nation and combine general education with technological education, and education with productive labor.
 
Article 45
The State shall develop universal compulsory 11-year education which includes a compulsory one-year preschool education at a high level in accordance with the trend of modern science and technology and the practical requirements of socialist construction.
 
Article 46
The State shall train competent technicians and experts by enhancing the regular educational system as well as different forms of study while working, and by improving the scientific and theoretical levels of technical education and education on social science and basic science.
 
Article 47
The State shall provide education to all pupils and students free of charge and grant allowances to students of universities and colleges.
 
Article 48
The State shall strengthen social education and provide the working people with all available conditions for study.
 
Article 49
The State shall maintain all children of preschool age in crèches and kindergartens at State and public expense.
 
Article 50
The State shall establish socialism in scientific research, introduce advanced science and technology in every possible way, open up new areas of science and technology and raise the country’s science and technology to the world level.
 
Article 51
The State shall draw up a proper plan for scientific research work, consolidate creative cooperation between scientists, specialists and producer masses.
 
Article 52
The State shall develop revolutionary literature and art, national in form and socialist in content. The State shall encourage creative workers and artists to produce works of high ideological and artistic value and enlist the working masses widely in literary and artistic activity.
 
Article 53
The State shall provide sufficient modern cultural facilities to meet the demands of the people who want to continually improve themselves, both mentally and physically, so that the working people may enjoy a socialist cultured, aesthetic life to their hearts’ content.
 
Article 54
The State shall safeguard our language from all attempts to obliterate it and shall develop it to meet present-day needs.
 
Article 55
The State shall popularize physical culture and make it in a habit of people’s life to make people fully prepared for labour and national defence; and develop physical technique conforming to the actual situation of our country and trends in the development of modern physical technique.
 
Article 56
The State shall consolidate and develop the system of universal free medical service, and consolidates the section doctor system and the system of preventive medicine to protect people’s life and improve working people’s health.
 
Article 57
The State shall adopt measures to protect the environment in preference to production, preserve and promote the natural environment and prevent environmental pollution so as to provide the people with a hygienic environment and working conditions.
 
Chapter 4 National Defence
 
Article 58
The Democratic People’s Republic of Elwynn rests on the people’s nationwide defence system.
 
Article 59
The mission of the armed forces of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn is to safeguard the interests of the working people, to defend the socialist system and the gains of the revolution from aggression and to protect the freedom, independence and peace of the country.
 
Article 60
The State shall implement the line of self-reliant defence, the import of which is to arm the entire people, fortify the country, train the army into a cadre army and modernize the army on the basis of equipping the army and the people politically and ideologically.
 
Article 61
The State shall strengthen military and mass discipline in the army and promote the display of the noble traditional trait of unity between officers and men and unity between the army and the people.
 
Chapter 5 Fundamental Rights and Duties of Citizens  
 
Article 62
The terms for becoming a citizen of the Democratic People’s Republic of Elwynn are defined by the Law on Nationality.

A citizen is under the protection of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn regardless of the domicile.
 
Article 63
In the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn the rights and duties of citizens are based on the collectivist principle, “One for all and all for one.”
 
Article 64
The State shall effectively guarantee genuine democratic rights and liberties as well as the material and cultural well-being of its citizens.

In the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn the rights and freedom of citizens shall be amplified with the consolidation and development of the social system.
 
Article 65
Citizens enjoy equal rights in all spheres of State and public activities.
 
Article 66
All citizens who have reached the age of 17 have the right to elect and to be elected, irrespective of sex, race, occupation, length of residence, property status, education party affiliation, political views or religion.

Citizens serving in the armed forces also have the right to elect and to be elected. A person who has been disenfranchised by a Court decision and a person legally certified insane do not have the right to elect or to be elected.
 
Article 67
Citizens are guaranteed freedom of speech, of the press, of assembly, demonstration and association.

The State shall guarantee conditions for the free activity of democratic political parties and social organizations.
 
Article 68
Citizens have freedom of religious beliefs. This right is granted by approving the construction of religious buildings and the holding of religious ceremonies.

No one may use religion as a pretext for drawing in foreign forces or for harming the State and social order.
 
Article 69
Citizens are entitled to submit complaints and petitions.
Complaints and petitions shall be investigated and dealt with according to procedure and within the period fixed by law.
 
Article 70
Citizens have the right to work.

All able-bodied citizens choose occupations in accordance with their wishes and skills and are provided with stable jobs and working conditions.

Citizens work according to their abilities and are paid in accordance with the quantity and quality of their work.
 
Article 71
Citizens have the right to relaxation. This right is ensured by the establishment of the working hours, the provision of holidays, paid leave, accommodation at health resorts and holiday homes at State expense and by a growing network of cultural facilities.
 
Article 72
Citizens are entitled to free medical care, and all persons who are no longer able to work because of old age, illness or a physical disability, the old and children who have no means of support are all entitled to material assistance. This right is ensured by free medical care, an expanding network of hospitals, sanatoriums and other medical institutions, State social insurance and other social security systems.
 
Article 73
Citizens have the right to education. This right is ensured by an advanced educational system and by the educational measures enacted by the State for the benefit of the people.
 
Article 74
Citizens are free to engage in scientific, literary and artistic pursuits.

The State shall grant benefits to inventors and innovators.

Copyright and patent rights shall be protected by law.
 
Article 75
The citizens shall have freedom to reside in and travel to any place.
 
Article 76
Revolutionary fighters, the families of revolutionary and patriotic martyrs, the families of soldiers of the People’s Army and disabled enjoy the special protection of the State and society.
 
Article 77
Women and men are accorded equal social status and rights.

Article 78
Marriages and the family shall be protected by the State.

The State pays great attention to consolidating the family, the basic unit of social life.
 
Article 79
Citizens are guaranteed inviolability of the person and the home and privacy of correspondence.

No citizens can be placed under control or be arrested nor can their homes be searched without a legal warrant.
 
Article 80
The Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn shall grant the right of asylum to foreign nationals persecuted for struggling or peace and democracy, national independence and socialism for the freedom of scientific and cultural pursuit.
 
Article 81
Citizens shall firmly safeguard the political and ideological unity and solidarity of the people.

Citizens must value organizations and collectives, and must demonstrate the spirit of devoting themselves to the work for the society and the people.
 
Article 82
Citizens shall strictly observe the laws of the State and the socialist standards of life and defend their honour and dignity as citizens of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn.
 
Article 83
Work is noble duty and honour of a citizen.

Citizens shall willingly and conscientiously participate in work and strictly observe labour discipline and the working hours.
 
Article 84
Citizens shall take good care of State and communal property, combat all forms of misappropriation and waste and manage the nation’s economy diligently as the masters.

The property of the State and the social, cooperative organization is inviolable.
 
Article 85
Citizens shall constantly increase their revolutionary vigilance and devotedly fight for the security of the State.
 
Article 86
National defence is the supreme duty and honour of citizens.
Citizens shall defend the country and serve in the army as required by law.
 
Chapter 6 The Structure of the State
 
I. The Supreme Council
 
Article 87
The Supreme Council is the highest organ of State power in the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn.
 
Article 88
The Supreme Council exercises legislative power.
When the Supreme Council is not in session, the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council also can exercise legislative power.
 
Article 89
The Supreme Council is composed of deputies elected on the principle of universal, equal and direct suffrage by secret ballot.

Article 90
The Supreme Council is elected for a term of five years.

A new election is held before the term expires according to the decision of Presidium of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council .

The term is extended if an election is not held due to unavoidable circumstances.
 
Article 91
The Supreme Council has the authority to:

1. amend and supplement the Constitution,

2. adopt, amend and supplement departmental laws,

3. approve major departmental laws adopted by the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council in the intervals between the sessions of the Supreme Council,

4. establish the basic principles of the State’s domestic and foreign policies,

5. appoint the members of the Standing Committee.

6. appoint or remove the Prosecutor-general,

7. elect or transfer the Chief Justice,

8. elect or transfer the chairmen, vice chairmen and members of the committees of the Supreme Council,

9. examine and approve the State plan for the development of the national economy and a report on its fulfillment,

10. examine and approve a report on the State budget and on its implementation,

11. receive a report on the work of the Executive Commission and national institutions and adopt measures, if necessary,

12. decide on the ratification or abrogation of treaties submitted to the Supreme Council.
 
Article 92
The Supreme Council holds regular and extraordinary sessions.

Regular sessions are convened once or twice a year by the Presidium of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council . Extraordinary sessions are convened when the Presidium of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council deems them necessary or at the request of a minimum of one-third of the total number of deputies.
 
Article 93
The Supreme Council requires a quorum of at least two-thirds of the total number of deputies in order to meet.
 
Article 94
The Supreme Council elects its Chairman and vice chairmen.

Article 95
An item on the agenda to be deliberated on by the Supreme Council is submitted to the Presidium of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council, the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council and the Supreme Council committees.
 
Article 96
Each of the first session of the Supreme Council elects a Credentials Committee and, on hearing the Committee’s report, adopts a decision confirming the credentials of deputies.
 
Article 97
The Supreme Council adopts laws and decisions.

Laws and decisions of the Supreme Council are adopted when more than half of the deputies attending signify approval by a show of hands.

The Constitution is amended and supplemented with the approval of more than two-thirds of the total number of deputies to the Supreme Council.
 
Article 98
The Supreme Council sets up committees such as the legislation committee and the budget committee.

The Supreme Council committees consist of its chairman, vice chairmen and members.

The Supreme Council committees assist in the work of the Supreme Council; they plan or deliberate on the State policy and bills and take measures for their implementation.

When the Supreme Council is not in session, committees operate under the guidance of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council.
 
Article 99
Deputies to the Supreme Council are guaranteed inviolability as such.
No deputy to the Supreme Council can be arrested or punished without the consent of the Supreme Council or, when it is not in session, without the consent of the Presidium of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council, except for a flagrant offence.
 
II. The National Defence Commission
 
Article 100
The National Defence Commission is the highest military leading organ of State power and an organ for general control over national defence.
 
Article 101
The National Defence Commission consists of its Chairman, first vice chairman, vice chairmen and members.

The term of the National Defence Commission Chairman is the same as that of the Supreme Council.
 
Article 102
The Chairman of the National Defence Commission directs and commands all the armed forces and guides defence affairs as a whole.
 
Article 103
The National Defence Commission has the duties and authority to:

1. guide the armed forces and guide the State in defence building as a whole,

2. set up or abolish a national institution in the defence sector,

3. appoint or remove major military cadres,

4. set up military titles and confer the military rank of general and higher ranks,

5. proclaim a state of war and orders for mobilization.
 
Article 104
The National Defence Commission issues decisions and orders.
 
Article 105
The National Defence Commission is accountable to the Supreme Council.
 
III. The Standing Committee of the Supreme Council
 
Article 106
The Standing Committee of the Supreme Council is the highest organ of power in the intervals between sessions of the Supreme Council.
 
Article 107
The Standing Committee of the Supreme Council consists of its Chairman, vice chairman, secretaries and members.
 
Article 108
The Standing Committee of the Supreme Council elects its Presidium which shall oversee its work.

Article 109
The term of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council is the same as that of the Supreme Council.

The Standing Committee of the Supreme Council continuously fulfil its duty after its term expires until a new Standing Committee of the Supreme Council is elected.
 
Article 110
The Standing Committee of the Supreme Council has the duties and authority to

1. convene sessions of the Supreme Council,

2. examine and adopt new departmental bills and regulations, raised when the Supreme Council is in recess, and examine and adopt drafts of amendment and supplement to departmental bills and regulations in force, and receive approval from the next Supreme Council session on important departmental bills which will be adopted and implemented,

3. examine and approve the State plan for the development of the national economy, the State budget and its adjusted plan, raised when the Supreme Council is in recess due to unavoidable circumstances,

4. interpret the Constitution, departmental laws and regulations in force.

5. supervise the observance of laws of State organs, and adopt measures,

6. abolish State organs’ decisions which violate the Constitution, Supreme Council’s laws and decisions, National Defence Commission’s decisions and orders and the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council’s decrees, decisions and directions, and suspend the implementation of unwarranted decisions by a local people’s assembly,

7. do work for an Supreme Council deputy election, and organize an election for deputies in a local people’s assembly,

8. do work with Supreme Council deputies,

9. do work with Supreme Council departmental committees,

10. form or abolish commissions and ministries of the Executive Commission,

11. appoint or remove vice premiers, chairman, and Executive Commission and ministry members upon a proposal by Premier when the Supreme Council is in recess,

12. appoint or remove members of departmental committees of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council,

13. elect or transfer judges of the Central People's Court of Justice and people’s assessors,

14. ratify or abrogate treaties concluded with other countries,

15. decide on and publish the appointment or recall of diplomatic envoys accredited to foreign countries,

16. institute a decoration, a medal, an honorary title and a diplomatic rank, and grant a decoration, a medal, and an honorary title,

17. exercise the right to grant general amnesties or special pardon,

18. institute and reorganize an administration unit and district.
 
Article 111
The Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council organizes and guides the work of the Presidium.

The Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council represents the State and receives credentials and letters of recall of diplomatic representatives accredited by a foreign state.
 
Article 112
The Standing Committee of the Supreme Council convenes a plenary meeting and an executive meeting.

The plenary meeting consists of all the members and the executive meeting of the Chairman, vice Chairmen, and secretary.
 
Article 113
The Standing Committee of the Supreme Council’s plenary meeting deliberates on and adopts important issues for the Presidium to implement its duties and authority.

The executive meeting deliberates on and adopts issues which are entrusted to it by the plenary meeting.
 
Article 114
The Standing Committee of the Supreme Council issues decrees, decisions and directions.
 
Article 115
The Standing Committee of the Supreme Council may set up its assistant departmental committees.
 
Article 116
The Standing Committee of the Supreme Council is accountable to the Supreme Council.
 
IV. Executive Commission
 
Article 117
The Executive Commission is the administrative and executive body of the highest organ of State power and a general state management organ.
 
Article 118
The Executive Commission consists of such members appointed by the Presidium of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council and who are confirmed by the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council and of the Supreme Council to be members of the Executive Commission.
The Executive Commission’s term is the same as that of the Supreme Council.
 
Article 119
The Executive Commission has duties and authority to:

1. adopt measures to execute state policy,

2. institute, amend, and supplement regulations concerning state management based on the Constitution and departmental laws,

3. guide the work of the Executive Commission commissions, ministries, direct organs of the Executive Commission, local people’s committees,

4. set up and remove direct organs of the Executive Commission, main administrative economic organizations, and enterprises, and adopt measures to improve the State management structure,

5. draft the State plan for the development of the national economy and adopt measures to put it into effect,

6. compile the State budget and adopt measures to implement it,

7. organize and exercise works in the fields of industry, agriculture, construction, transportation, communications, commerce, trade, land management, city management, education, science, culture, health, physical training, labour administration, environmental protection, tourism and others,

8. adopt measures to strengthen the monetary and banking system,

9. do inspection and control work to establish a state management order,

10. adopt measures to maintain social order, protect State and social cooperation body’s possession and interests, and to guarantee citizens’ rights,

11. conclude treaties with foreign countries, and conduct external activities,

12. abolish decisions and directions by economic administrative organs, which run counter to the Executive Commission decisions or directions,
 
Article 120
The Premier of the Executive Commission organizes and guides the work of the Executive Commission.

The Premier represents the government of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn.
 
Article 121
The Executive Commission convenes a plenary meeting and an executive meeting.

The plenary meeting consists of all the Executive Commission members and the executive meeting of the Premier, vice premier and other Executive Commission members whom the Premier nominates.
 
Article 122
The Executive Commission plenary meeting deliberates on and adopts new and important issues in economic administrative work.
 
Article 123
The Executive Commission adopts decisions and directions.
 
Article 124
The Executive Commission may set up non-permanent departmental committees which assist in its works.
 
Article 125
The Executive Commission is accountable to the Supreme Council, and to the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council when the Supreme Council is in recess.
 
Article 126
The newly elected Premier of the Executive Commission makes an oath in the Supreme Council, representing Executive Commission members.
 
Article 127
The Executive Commission commission and ministries are departmental executive organs, and departmental management organs.
 
Article 128
The Executive Commission commissions and ministries grasp, guide and manage the work in charge, under the guidance of the Executive Commission.
 
Article 129
The Executive Commission commissions and ministries manage committee assemblies and cadres assemblies. Commission and ministry committee assemblies and cadres assemblies deliberate on and adopt measures to exercise Executive Commission decisions, and directions and other important issues.
 
Article 130
The Executive Commission commissions and ministries issue directions.
 
V. Local Council
 
Article 131
Circular, municipal (bailiwick), and other local people’s councils, in this section “local council”, are local sovereign power organs.
 
Article 132
The local council consists of deputies elected on the principle of universal, equal and direct suffrage by secret ballot.
 
Article 133
The term of circular, municipal (bailiwick), and other local councils is four years.

A new election of the local council is held according to a decision of a Local People’s Committee (LPC) at the corresponding level before the local council’s term expires.
 
Article 134
The local council has the duties and authority to:

1. deliberate on and approve a report on local plans for the development of the national economy, and their implementation,

2. deliberate on and approve a report on a local budget and its execution,

3. adopt measures to exercise State laws in the area concerned,

4. elect or recall the chairman, vice chairmen, secretary of the people’s committee at the corresponding level,

5. elect or recall judges of a court and people’s assessors,

6. abolish unwarranted decisions and directions adopted by a people’s committee, and a lower council.
 
Article 135
The local council convenes a regular assembly and an extraordinary assembly.

The regular assembly is convened once or twice in a year by an LPC at the corresponding level.

The extraordinary assembly is held when the people’s committee at the corresponding level deems it necessary or at the request of a minimum of one-third of the total numbers of deputies.
 
Article 136
The local council forms a quorum when the two-third of the deputies participate in it.
 
Article 137
The local council elects its chairman.
 
Article 138
The local council issues its decisions.
 
VI. Local People’s Committee
 
Article 139
Circular, municipal (bailiwick) and other local people’s committees are local sovereign power organs when the corresponding local councils are in recess, and are administrative executive organs of local sovereignty.
 
Article 140
The LPC consists of its chairman, vice chairmen, secretaries and members.
The term of LPC is the same as that of the local council.
 
Article 141
The LPC has the duties and authorities to:

1. convene a people’s assembly,

2. do preparatory work for the election of a local assembly,

3. do work with deputies of a people’s assembly,

4. exercise laws, decrees, decisions and directions of the people’s assembly at the corresponding level, upper people’s assemblies, people’s committees, and the Executive Commission, Executive Commission subcommissions, and ministries,

5. organize and exercise all the administrative work in the area concerned,

6. draft a local plan for the development of the national economy and adopt measures to put it into effect,

7. compile a local budget and adopt measures to put it into effect,

8. adopt measures to maintain social order in the area concerned, protect the property and interests of the State and social cooperative organizations, and to guarantee citizens’ rights,

9. do inspection and control work to establish order in state management in the area concerned,

10. guide the lower people’s committees in its work,

11. abolish unwarranted decisions and direction adopted by a lower people’s committee, and suspend implementation of unwarranted decisions made by a lower people’s committee.
 
Article 142
The LPC convenes a plenary meeting and an executive meeting.
The plenary meeting consists of all the LPC members, and the executive meeting of the chairman, vice chairmen, and secretary.
 
Article 143
The plenary meeting deliberates on and adopts important issues for the LPC to implement its duties and authority.
 
Article 144
The LPC issues decisions and directions.
 
Article 145
The LPC may set up non-permanent departmental committees which assist in its works.
 
Article 146
The LPC is accountable to the local council at the correspondent level.

The LPC is subordinate to the upper people’s committees and the Executive Commission.
 
Part VII Public Procurators’ Office and Court
 
Article 147
Justice is administered by the Central People's Court of Justice, the People's Circular Court of Justice (for Circles), the People's District Court of Justice (for bailiwicks) and the People's Special Court of Justice.
 
Article 148
The term of office of the Chairman of the Central People's Court of Justice is the same as that of the Supreme Council.
 
Article 149
The Central Procurators’ Office appoints and recalls a public procurator.
 
Article 150
The functions of the Public Procurators’ Office are to:

1.ensure the strict observance of laws by institutions, enterprises, organizations and by citizens,

2. ensure that decisions and directives of State bodies conform with the Constitution, the Supreme Council’s laws and decisions, the National Defence Commission’s decisions and orders, the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council’s decrees, decisions, and directions, and the Executive Commission decisions.

3. expose and institute legal proceedings against criminals and offenders in order to protect the State power of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn, the socialist system, the property of the State and social, cooperative organizations and personal rights as guaranteed by the Constitution and the people’s lives and property.
 
Article 151
Investigation are prosecution are conducted under the unified direction of the Central Public Procurators’ Office, and all Public Procurators Offices are subordinate to their higher offices and the Central Procurators’ Office.
 
Article 152
The Central Procurators’ Office is accountable to the Supreme Council, and to the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council when the Supreme Council is in recess.
 
Article 153
Justice is administered by the Central People's Court of Justice and subordinate courts.

Verdicts are delivered in the name of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn.
 
Article 154
The term of director of the Central People's Court of Justice is the same as that of the Supreme Council. The term of judges of the Central People's Court of Justice and the subordinate courts, and that of the people’s assessors are the same as that of the local council at the corresponding level.
 
Article 155
The Central People's Court of Justice appoints and removes the director and judges of the Special Court.

People’s assessors of the Special Court are elected by soldiers of the unit concerned or by employees at their meetings.
 
Article 156
The court has the duties to:

1. protect through judicial procedure the State power and the socialist system established in the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn, the property of the State and social, cooperative organizations, personal rights as guaranteed by the Constitution, and the lives and property of citizens,

2. ensure that all institutions, enterprises, organizations and citizens abide strictly by State laws and staunchly combat class enemies and all law-breakers;

3.give judgments and findings with regard to property and conduct notarial work.
 
Article 157
A trial is conducted by a court which consists of one judge and two people’s assessors. In a special case, the court may consists of three judges.
 
Article 158
Court cases are heard in public and the accused is guaranteed the right of defence.

Hearings may be closed to the public as stipulated by law.
 
Article 159
Judicial proceedings are conducted in the English or Elw languages.
 
Article 160
In administering justice, the Court is independent, and judicial proceedings are carried out in strict accordance with the law.
 
Article 161
The Central People's Court of Justice is the supreme court of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn.

The Central People's Court of Justice supervises trial activities of all courts.
 
Article 162
The Central People's Court of Justice is accountable to the Supreme Council, and to the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council when the Supreme Council is in recess.

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Glory to the revolution and the dictatorship of the proletariat!

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Present this to the Supreme Council!

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The Supreme Council is now in session.


As Chairman of the Presidium, I call the meeting to order. *bangs gavel*

Item 1 on the agenda is the authorization of this constitutive session. Are the attendees in agreement that the session is duly authorized?

All those in favour, say yea.

[loud shouts of aye]

All those against, say no.

[deafening silence]

The yeas have it. The meeting is duly authorized. *bangs gavel*

Item 2 on the agenda is the adoption of the proposed Constitution of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn.

Do we wish to debate the matter?

[loud shouts of no!]

OKay... Anyone wishing to stand to debate it?

[silence]

Okay. Debate suspended. We will begin voting.

The motion is to adopt the proposed Constitution of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn.

All those in favour, say yea.

[loud shouts in favour]

All those against, say no.

[silence once more]

I find that the Constitution of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn has been adopted. *bangs gavel*

[thousand of voices exploding in loud cheers. Among the people in the Krull Opera House, where the SC was meeting, hugs were exchanged and confetti (of small paper red stars, hammers and sickles) were released. And then large fireworks exploded over the Eliria evening sky]

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As Supreme Political Commissar, I invite the members of the Supreme Council to participate in a five minute standing ovation for the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn, for our new glorious constitution, and for the Chairman of the Presidium of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council of the Democratic People's Republic of Elwynn!

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Jack wrote:
Kildarian forces will join the militias in an attempt to get this wicked thing undone.

I propose that you propose such a move in the Seanad first. :tegong:

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I'm sorry we disappoint you, whatever shall we do when we disappoint people whose opinions we could care less about?

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