The Amalgamated Territories of Friends
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Constitution of The Amalgamated Territories of Friends
Article 1: Bill of Rights
All persons have the freedom of speech, press, expression, and religion.
All persons shall have the right to arm bears. Bears don’t kill people arms kill people… get it?
All persons shall be secure in their property unless there is a real threat.
All persons have the right to do anything to their body as long as it has no affect on others.
No military force shall be organized unless at a time of war.
The Constitution of The Amalgamated Territories may be amended with a majority in all branches of government but The Monarchical.
Article 2: List of Noes
No persons over the age of 15 shall be denied the right to vote.
No political parties shall be formed.
No private companies shal exist.
No caucusing is allowed among government officials.
No election shall have more than two persons running. If more primary will be held.
No persons over the age of 18 shall not vote.
No product that is producing a profit for any persons shall be pushed on you by the government.
No tax shall be forced upon the people by their government.
No owning people!
Article 3: The Monarchical Branch
The king shall not at any time over power the people.
The king has the right to appoint any ministers if need be.
The king may call for a recall election if he feels an elected official is not doing his/her job correctly.
If the king calls for a recall the the people and the third branch must approve.
The king shall not vote on any laws but may propose them to congress who may amend it and call for a vote by the people.
The King shan't have a say in if the Constitution is amended.
The King may propose constitutional amendments.
If nobody runs for an elected seat the king may appoint a person.
Article 4: The Congressional Branch
Members of congress shall not have any more voting power on bills than any other citizen.
Until the date of June Fifteenth 2018 there shall be five Congressmen. This number may be changed by the king after that date.
Elections shall be every two years for congress.
A Congressman shall not be in office over 20 years.
When a person becomes a citizen they are randomly placed in a voting sector.
If unbalanced in population the Supreme Court may change what sector people are in without any knowledge of voting record.
A candidate may only run in his appointed sector.
Article 5: Supreme Court
Justices shall not have any more voting power than the normal citizen.
Until June Fifteenth 2020 there shall be 3 Justices. This number may be changed by the king after that date.
Elections shall be every four years.
A Justice shall not be in office over 20 years.
The Supreme Court may overturn a bill if it does not follow the constitution.
There are different voting sectors than for Congress but they are random.
Sectors may be changed by Congress if unbalanced in population.
A ruling by the supreme court may be overturned if all other branches vote to overturn said ruling.
Article 6: The People
The people shall always be the most powerful branch of the government.
The people vote in any and all elected officials unless nobody runs.
The people vote on all laws drafted by congress and approved by the Supreme Court
The people may get a petition signed by an appropriate percent of the people to hold a recall election for an elected official.
If the people have a 75% majority and a congressman willing to draft the change they can call for an amendment to the constitution.
After the year 2050 the people may decide to replace the Monarchical branch with a Presidential branch with a majority of 60%
If the people feel the King has overstepped his abilities guaranteed in the Constitution he may be voted out with a majority of 80% and replaced with a president.
To hold an election to overthrow the King 80% of congress must approve and 60% of the Supreme Court.
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