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Post by Xolox on Wed Apr 15, 2015 7:02 pm

We're a region without a constitution, which needs to be fixed! This convention is open to everyone. Please post suggestions, ideas, and whatever else you can think of that can go towards making our constitution perfect!


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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Saint Nikolo on Wed Apr 15, 2015 7:18 pm

I think we should:

• Make a news network
• Make the expansion limit 4 or 5 instead of three.
• Elect Court Members. (required eligibility)
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Xolox on Wed Apr 15, 2015 9:36 pm

Ebsotz wrote:I think we should:

• Make a news network
• Make the expansion limit 4 or 5 instead of three.
• Elect Court Members. (required eligibility)

1. Like the one in Global Diplomacy, or one for the region's news? I could get behind that, but that wouldn't really be apart of the constitution.

2. Again, I don't think this would be apart of the constitution. I like the limit, makes room for more people, but if enough people agree with you, I guess we can change it.

3. My thoughts for this- I don't think there should be set elections or somebody to decide. I believe that each council seat should belong to the nation with the most support at any given time, just like the regional delegacy. That way, we don't end up with indefinitely serving members and constituents aren't stuck with their representative if they realize they picked the wrong guy halfway into his term.
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Apepistan on Thu Apr 16, 2015 3:47 am

I think we should set the basics down for civilized roleplay.

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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Xolox on Thu Apr 16, 2015 8:50 pm

ARTICLE I: COMPOSITION



POSITIONS- The Global Federation's governing body shall consist of three branches, those being the Executive, Judicial, and Legislative branches. The Executive branch shall consist of only one position, the President of the Global Federation. This position will be largely honorary, but the President will be expected to mediate in conflicts, and de-escalate them before a judge is required. The President also has the perk of being able to select a judge, which brings us to the Judicial branch. The Judicial branch shall consist of one role, but three positions. There will be two elected judges and one appointed judge. They are all equal in status and will handle cases in which the law has been broken or a member-state feels it has been wronged. Their word is final, unless another Judge aggrees to an appeal on the case. The President may not be judged by the judge he appointed. Finally, there is the Legislative branch. The Legislative branch shall consist of an elected council of six representatives. Five of these representatives will be representing our five regions, while the last will be the Head Representative. This council of legislators will vote on proposals brought to it. Only a representative may bring a proposal before the council. The Head Representative will convene and adjourn all voting sessions and he is allowed one veto. Using this veto will cost him his position and will ensure that the veto'd law will not be allowed to pass for another month.

MEMBERSHIP- No member-state may have a representative in more than one position on the governing body. The President of the Global Federation will be elected by all members of the organization. He and his appointed judge will serve a one month term and there is no limit to the amount of terms he is allowed to serve. To run for this position, the potential candidate must be nominated. They may not nominate themselves. The two elected judges will serve two month terms. As was with the President, they must be nominated and there is no term limit. The Council of Representatives will be dynamically elected. The member-state with the most endorsements in any region at any given time will become that region's representative. Member-states are only allowed one endorsement and may only vote in the region that their capital resides in, unless there is an uninhabited region. In that case, all members of the Global Federation may voice their support of a representative for that region. Member-states may choose a nation that is not on their continent to represent their continent if they so wish. The Head Representative must be a member of the Council of Representatives and will be elected by it. He may nominate himself and will serve a one month term unless he uses his veto power. There is no limit to the amount of terms he may serve.

What do y'all think? Suggestions? Criticisms?
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Lockdownn on Thu Apr 16, 2015 9:23 pm

That's really cool, I love it!
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Apepistan on Fri Apr 17, 2015 3:48 am

I like it, it's good that the 3 branches of power are separated.
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Saint Nikolo on Fri Apr 17, 2015 6:25 pm

Xolox wrote:
ARTICLE I: COMPOSITION



POSITIONS- The Global Federation's governing body shall consist of three branches, those being the Executive, Judicial, and Legislative branches. The Executive branch shall consist of only one position, the President of the Global Federation. This position will be largely honorary, but the President will be expected to mediate in conflicts, and de-escalate them before a judge is required. The President also has the perk of being able to select a judge, which brings us to the Judicial branch. The Judicial branch shall consist of one role, but three positions. There will be two elected judges and one appointed judge. They are all equal in status and will handle cases in which the law has been broken or a member-state feels it has been wronged. Their word is final, unless another Judge aggrees to an appeal on the case. The President may not be judged by the judge he appointed. Finally, there is the Legislative branch. The Legislative branch shall consist of an elected council of six representatives. Five of these representatives will be representing our five regions, while the last will be the Head Representative. This council of legislators will vote on proposals brought to it. Only a representative may bring a proposal before the council. The Head Representative will convene and adjourn all voting sessions and he is allowed one veto. Using this veto will cost him his position and will ensure that the veto'd law will not be allowed to pass for another month.

MEMBERSHIP- No member-state may have a representative in more than one position on the governing body. The President of the Global Federation will be elected by all members of the organization. He and his appointed judge will serve a one month term and there is no limit to the amount of terms he is allowed to serve. To run for this position, the potential candidate must be nominated. They may not nominate themselves. The two elected judges will serve two month terms. As was with the President, they must be nominated and there is no term limit. The Council of Representatives will be dynamically elected. The member-state with the most endorsements in any region at any given time will become that region's representative. Member-states are only allowed one endorsement and may only vote in the region that their capital resides in, unless there is an uninhabited region. In that case, all members of the Global Federation may voice their support of a representative for that region. Member-states may choose a nation that is not on their continent to represent their continent if they so wish. The Head Representative must be a member of the Council of Representatives and will be elected by it. He may nominate himself and will serve a one month term unless he uses his veto power. There is no limit to the amount of terms he may serve.

What do y'all think? Suggestions? Criticisms?
I love it! One note though:

1. When will the "continental" maps be made?
2. Little too much on the U.S side. Can you incorporate some more "non-U.S." stuff? I'm not saying I don't like it, I was just giving you a head and thumbs up. Eyeroll
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Apocryphi on Mon Apr 20, 2015 4:04 am

It's fine, lets just pass it. As for the leader name, historically the leader of a Federation is a President, there's plenty of presidents other than the American fella.

Maps have been updated.
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Xolox on Mon Apr 20, 2015 8:06 pm

Apocryphi wrote:It's fine, lets just pass it.

Can't pass it with only one article. I'll make a couple more right now.
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Saint Nikolo on Mon Apr 20, 2015 8:20 pm

Xolox wrote:
ARTICLE I: COMPOSITION



POSITIONS- The Global Federation's governing body shall consist of three branches, those being the Executive, Judicial, and Legislative branches. The Executive branch shall consist of only one position, the President of the Global Federation. This position will be largely honorary, but the President will be expected to mediate in conflicts, and de-escalate them before a judge is required. The President also has the perk of being able to select a judge, which brings us to the Judicial branch. The Judicial branch shall consist of one role, but three positions. There will be two elected judges and one appointed judge. They are all equal in status and will handle cases in which the law has been broken or a member-state feels it has been wronged. Their word is final, unless another Judge aggrees to an appeal on the case. The President may not be judged by the judge he appointed. Finally, there is the Legislative branch. The Legislative branch shall consist of an elected council of six representatives. Five of these representatives will be representing our five regions, while the last will be the Head Representative. This council of legislators will vote on proposals brought to it. Only a representative may bring a proposal before the council. The Head Representative will convene and adjourn all voting sessions and he is allowed one veto. Using this veto will cost him his position and will ensure that the veto'd law will not be allowed to pass for another month.

MEMBERSHIP- No member-state may have a representative in more than one position on the governing body. The President of the Global Federation will be elected by all members of the organization. He and his appointed judge will serve a one month term and there is no limit to the amount of terms he is allowed to serve. To run for this position, the potential candidate must be nominated. They may not nominate themselves. The two elected judges will serve two month terms. As was with the President, they must be nominated and there is no term limit. The Council of Representatives will be dynamically elected. The member-state with the most endorsements in any region at any given time will become that region's representative. Member-states are only allowed one endorsement and may only vote in the region that their capital resides in, unless there is an uninhabited region. In that case, all members of the Global Federation may voice their support of a representative for that region. Member-states may choose a nation that is not on their continent to represent their continent if they so wish. The Head Representative must be a member of the Council of Representatives and will be elected by it. He may nominate himself and will serve a one month term unless he uses his veto power. There is no limit to the amount of terms he may serve.

What do y'all think? Suggestions? Criticisms?
One question:

Do all of the nations get involved in all of the branches? Or certain areas?
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Xolox on Mon Apr 20, 2015 8:24 pm

Ebsotz wrote:
Xolox wrote:
ARTICLE I: COMPOSITION



POSITIONS- The Global Federation's governing body shall consist of three branches, those being the Executive, Judicial, and Legislative branches. The Executive branch shall consist of only one position, the President of the Global Federation. This position will be largely honorary, but the President will be expected to mediate in conflicts, and de-escalate them before a judge is required. The President also has the perk of being able to select a judge, which brings us to the Judicial branch. The Judicial branch shall consist of one role, but three positions. There will be two elected judges and one appointed judge. They are all equal in status and will handle cases in which the law has been broken or a member-state feels it has been wronged. Their word is final, unless another Judge aggrees to an appeal on the case. The President may not be judged by the judge he appointed. Finally, there is the Legislative branch. The Legislative branch shall consist of an elected council of six representatives. Five of these representatives will be representing our five regions, while the last will be the Head Representative. This council of legislators will vote on proposals brought to it. Only a representative may bring a proposal before the council. The Head Representative will convene and adjourn all voting sessions and he is allowed one veto. Using this veto will cost him his position and will ensure that the veto'd law will not be allowed to pass for another month.

MEMBERSHIP- No member-state may have a representative in more than one position on the governing body. The President of the Global Federation will be elected by all members of the organization. He and his appointed judge will serve a one month term and there is no limit to the amount of terms he is allowed to serve. To run for this position, the potential candidate must be nominated. They may not nominate themselves. The two elected judges will serve two month terms. As was with the President, they must be nominated and there is no term limit. The Council of Representatives will be dynamically elected. The member-state with the most endorsements in any region at any given time will become that region's representative. Member-states are only allowed one endorsement and may only vote in the region that their capital resides in, unless there is an uninhabited region. In that case, all members of the Global Federation may voice their support of a representative for that region. Member-states may choose a nation that is not on their continent to represent their continent if they so wish. The Head Representative must be a member of the Council of Representatives and will be elected by it. He may nominate himself and will serve a one month term unless he uses his veto power. There is no limit to the amount of terms he may serve.

What do y'all think? Suggestions? Criticisms?
One question:

Do all of the nations get involved in all of the branches? Or certain areas?

"No member-state may have a representative in more than one position on the governing body."
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Xolox on Mon Apr 20, 2015 9:18 pm

GLOBAL FEDERATION CONSTITUTION


PREAMBLE

The Global Federation is founded with the intent to bring the nations around the world together into a democratic community. The Global Federation will promote democracy, liberty, and the regulation of nations so that they do not infringe upon the basic rights of other nations. This federation will be given the tools to help ensure world peace, order, and a higher standard of living around the world.

ARTICLE I: COMPOSTION

POSITIONS- The Global Federation's governing body shall consist of three branches, those being the Executive, Judicial, and Legislative branches. The Executive branch shall consist of only one position, the President of the Global Federation. This position will be largely honorary, but the President will be expected to mediate in conflicts, and de-escalate them before a judge is required. The President also has the perk of being able to select a judge, which brings us to the Judicial branch. The Judicial branch shall consist of one role, but three positions. There will be two elected judges and one appointed judge. They are all equal in status and will handle cases in which the law has been broken or a member-state feels it has been wronged. Their word is final, unless another Judge aggrees to an appeal on the case. The President may not be judged by the judge he appointed. Finally, there is the Legislative branch. The Legislative branch shall consist of an elected council of six representatives. Five of these representatives will be representing our five regions, while the last will be the Head Representative. This council of legislators will vote on proposals brought to it. Only a representative may bring a proposal before the council. The Head Representative will convene and adjourn all voting sessions and he is allowed one veto. Using this veto will cost him his position and will ensure that the veto'd law will not be allowed to pass for another month.

MEMBERSHIP- No member-state may have a representative in more than one position on the governing body. The President of the Global Federation will be elected by all members of the organization. He and his appointed judge will serve a one month term and there is no limit to the amount of terms he is allowed to serve. To run for this position, the potential candidate must be nominated. They may not nominate themselves. The two elected judges will serve two month terms. As was with the President, they must be nominated and there is no term limit. The Council of Representatives will be dynamically elected. The member-state with the most endorsements in any region at any given time will become that region's representative. Member-states are only allowed one endorsement and may only vote in the region that their capital resides in, unless there is an uninhabited region. In that case, all members of the Global Federation may voice their support of a representative for that region. Member-states may choose a nation that is not on their continent to represent their continent if they so wish. The Head Representative must be a member of the Council of Representatives and will be elected by it. He may nominate himself and will serve a one month term unless he uses his veto power. There is no limit to the amount of terms he may serve.

ARTICLE II: LEGISLATIVE PROCESS


The entire region is invited to help in the proposal of legislature. They are invited to bring ideas up, so that they may edited to perfection. A completed proposal can then be sponsored by a member of the Council of Representatives. After the proposal is brought to the floor, it cannot be modified. The Head Representative will open the voting for the other nations, but will not place his vote until the very end. The voting should last five days. The Head Representative is responsible for the closing the voting process and tallying the votes, so the time may extend past the standard five days, but this is not recommended. During these five(or more) days, the Council may argue their sides, but may not propose modifications to the act. Each Representative is issued one vote. If a councilman votes and is subsequently replace or removed from office, their vote cannot be changed and new representative of their region may not vote on the proposal. The Representatives may vote in favor, against, or they have the option to abstain. To abstain is to exclude your vote from the final tally, the same result will come from not choosing to vote entirely. A 66% percent vote in favor is required for the passage of a proposal. If a proposal fails or is vetoed, it cannot be re-proposed for an entire month. If it passes and is not vetoed, it will immediately be implemented into the law.

ARTICLE III: JUDICIAL PROCESS AND AUTHORITY

PROCESS- A case can be started by any nation, as long as a judge agrees to preside over it. The first judge to claim the case can preside over it unless either the of the involved parties declares a conflict of interest. One of the three judges must preside over the case. If the offending and defending parties cannot agree on a non-biased judge, the judges will decide amongst themselves who will preside over the case. The parties are permitted at least 5 days to argue their case. The Judge can end the case and declare his verdict at any point after these 5 days. Any nations not directly involved are only allowed to post at the behest of one of the directly involved parties.

AUTHORITY- The Judge may issue any verdict of their choosing, as long as one of the parties has broken some law. This verdict will be implemented immediately unless one of the parties appeals to another judge. Both remaining judges must accept the appeal and choose among themselves who will preside over the case. If the judge wishes to apply a temporary or permanent ban to the offending nation, the verdict must be approved by all three judges.

If nobody has a problem or addition for this, we can get this passed and make the other laws according to this!
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Lockdownn on Mon Apr 20, 2015 9:25 pm

Spoiler:
Xolox wrote:
GLOBAL FEDERATION CONSTITUTION


PREAMBLE

The Global Federation is founded with the intent to bring the nations around the world together into a democratic community. The Global Federation will promote democracy, liberty, and the regulation of nations so that they do not infringe upon the basic rights of other nations. This federation will be given the tools to help ensure world peace, order, and a higher standard of living around the world.

ARTICLE I: COMPOSTION

POSITIONS- The Global Federation's governing body shall consist of three branches, those being the Executive, Judicial, and Legislative branches. The Executive branch shall consist of only one position, the President of the Global Federation. This position will be largely honorary, but the President will be expected to mediate in conflicts, and de-escalate them before a judge is required. The President also has the perk of being able to select a judge, which brings us to the Judicial branch. The Judicial branch shall consist of one role, but three positions. There will be two elected judges and one appointed judge. They are all equal in status and will handle cases in which the law has been broken or a member-state feels it has been wronged. Their word is final, unless another Judge aggrees to an appeal on the case. The President may not be judged by the judge he appointed. Finally, there is the Legislative branch. The Legislative branch shall consist of an elected council of six representatives. Five of these representatives will be representing our five regions, while the last will be the Head Representative. This council of legislators will vote on proposals brought to it. Only a representative may bring a proposal before the council. The Head Representative will convene and adjourn all voting sessions and he is allowed one veto. Using this veto will cost him his position and will ensure that the veto'd law will not be allowed to pass for another month.

MEMBERSHIP- No member-state may have a representative in more than one position on the governing body. The President of the Global Federation will be elected by all members of the organization. He and his appointed judge will serve a one month term and there is no limit to the amount of terms he is allowed to serve. To run for this position, the potential candidate must be nominated. They may not nominate themselves. The two elected judges will serve two month terms. As was with the President, they must be nominated and there is no term limit. The Council of Representatives will be dynamically elected. The member-state with the most endorsements in any region at any given time will become that region's representative. Member-states are only allowed one endorsement and may only vote in the region that their capital resides in, unless there is an uninhabited region. In that case, all members of the Global Federation may voice their support of a representative for that region. Member-states may choose a nation that is not on their continent to represent their continent if they so wish. The Head Representative must be a member of the Council of Representatives and will be elected by it. He may nominate himself and will serve a one month term unless he uses his veto power. There is no limit to the amount of terms he may serve.

ARTICLE II: LEGISLATIVE PROCESS


The entire region is invited to help in the proposal of legislature. They are invited to bring ideas up, so that they may edited to perfection. A completed proposal can then be sponsored by a member of the Council of Representatives. After the proposal is brought to the floor, it cannot be modified. The Head Representative will open the voting for the other nations, but will not place his vote until the very end. The voting should last five days. The Head Representative is responsible for the closing the voting process and tallying the votes, so the time may extend past the standard five days, but this is not recommended. During these five(or more) days, the Council may argue their sides, but may not propose modifications to the act. Each Representative is issued one vote. If a councilman votes and is subsequently replace or removed from office, their vote cannot be changed and new representative of their region may not vote on the proposal. The Representatives may vote in favor, against, or they have the option to abstain. To abstain is to exclude your vote from the final tally, the same result will come from not choosing to vote entirely. A 66% percent vote in favor is required for the passage of a proposal. If a proposal fails or is vetoed, it cannot be re-proposed for an entire month. If it passes and is not vetoed, it will immediately be implemented into the law.

ARTICLE III: JUDICIAL PROCESS AND AUTHORITY

PROCESS- A case can be started by any nation, as long as a judge agrees to preside over it. The first judge to claim the case can preside over it unless either the of the involved parties declares a conflict of interest. One of the three judges must preside over the case. If the offending and defending parties cannot agree on a non-biased judge, the judges will decide amongst themselves who will preside over the case. The parties are permitted at least 5 days to argue their case. The Judge can end the case and declare his verdict at any point after these 5 days. Any nations not directly involved are only allowed to post at the behest of one of the directly involved parties.

AUTHORITY- The Judge may issue any verdict of their choosing, as long as one of the parties has broken some law. This verdict will be implemented immediately unless one of the parties appeals to another judge. Both remaining judges must accept the appeal and choose among themselves who will preside over the case. If the judge wishes to apply a temporary or permanent ban to the offending nation, the verdict must be approved by all three judges.

If nobody has a problem or addition for this, we can get this passed and make the other laws according to this!

I love it, so when this does pass, we'll be able to "amend" the constitution no?
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Xolox on Mon Apr 20, 2015 9:26 pm

Yes, of course we can amend it.

I guess for the passage of the constitution everyone in the region can vote and it'll be a simple majority ruling, since there are no laws concerning the passage of laws currently.

I'll wait for a few more responses to post it in the Federal Governance thread for voting.
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Saint Nikolo on Tue Apr 21, 2015 6:35 pm

Excellent. Can I name the positions differently in my nation? (they won't be too different, and the position itself will never change)
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Xolox on Tue Apr 21, 2015 6:46 pm

Ebsotz wrote:Excellent. Can I name the positions differently in my nation? (they won't be too different, and the position itself will never change)

I don't really understand. Are you modeling your nation's government after the regional government?
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Saint Nikolo on Tue Apr 21, 2015 9:22 pm

Example: President=Prime Minister (or Chancellor)

Legislative House: Cabinet of Royals (Ebsotz only)

And another question: Should we put this in "Federal Governance"? The Articles?
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Saint Nikolo on Tue Apr 21, 2015 9:24 pm

And we are only giving it different names for the regional government, which will be used in Ebsotz.

Example: The Prime Minister (president) has fallen out of power!
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Lockdownn on Tue Apr 21, 2015 9:26 pm

Ebsotz wrote:Example: President=Prime Minister (or Chancellor)

Legislative House: Cabinet of Royals (Ebsotz only)

And another question: Should we put this in "Federal Governance"? The Articles?

I suggest that to be clear and easy to understand for new members, that we accept the positions as they are rather then addressing them differently.

If the current version of the constitution has no other suggestions the I suggest that we move it to voting so we can start up other things, like new laws, elections, and proposals to make this region whole!
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Saint Nikolo on Tue Apr 21, 2015 9:38 pm

Excellent! And yes, I will comply.
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Post by Lockdownn on Tue Apr 21, 2015 9:44 pm

Ebsotz wrote:Excellent! And yes, I will comply.
Well, I don't wanna sound like a dictator when you phrase it like that. xD

I'm entirely open to suggestions of new laws and proposals and such. Telegram me or Xolox your ideas!
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Xolox on Tue Apr 21, 2015 10:09 pm

I agree with Lockdownn on the specific names thing. Keeping it consistent will be easier.

I'll put the constitution up for vote momentarily.
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Re: Constitutional Convention

Post by Xolox on Wed Apr 22, 2015 9:25 pm

The constitution has been completed and voted into law. This thread is obsolete.
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