A Constitution for a General Federation
If in the long collective past of One-Thousand years of experience in the organization of human society we could find the words to tender our sorrows to the millions who suffered, endured and bled for the liberation of the Individual soul we’d offer them here. But the long arm of history yields not the ephemeral liberty so long sought and so nearly obtained for so few, so briefly. If in that time in so vast a store of human spirit and longing should none so virtuous emerge to fall on that vaunted Altar of Freedom – as has for periods of time occurred – these words would simply fade away. But that Glorious Altar is stained with the blood of thousands to ensure that these intrepid words you are about to read shall never again fade from this Earth.
Article 1: Basic Structure of the Federation
Article 1 – Section 1
§ 1.1.1 The Federation shall be organized as a General Federation of bounded but infinite physical jurisdiction. It shall employ the English language for day to day operations and communication.
§ 1.1.2 The Federation shall consist of a popular body called the Senate and four separate, distinct Houses chosen in accordance with Article 6 of this Constitution; the Parliament consisting of the House of the Legislator and the House of the Fiduciary, the House of the Executor and the House of the Judiciary.
§ 1.1.3 For the purposes of this Constitution, a “lawful delegate” of the Federation is a lawful delegate of this Constitution and shall thus include any Individual who is a member of an Official family or any Individual elected, acceded, employed or otherwise assigned to, or under the Lawful authority of, the Federation or a State, or State subsidiarity.
§ 1.1.4 No lawful delegate of the Federation shall associate, be an active participant in or otherwise act as a member of, any organization, club, society or non-governmental organization whose core activities, membership, general agenda or general character is secret or otherwise not publicly disclosed or accessible to public scrutiny. Upon charge by Grand Jury and subsequent conviction by jury of said offense by an acting lawful delegate of the Federation, said delegate shall be speedily impeached as the House of the Legislator shall by Law uniformly regulate.
§ 1.1.5 For the purposes of this Constitution, an “Individual” is to mean any human being within the Federation or subject to Its jurisdiction who is, liberally understood, biologically defined to be of that specie in any conjugation of time, to additionally include any being other than human – if presenting similar natural characteristics and a mental faculty equal to or exceeding that understood to be possessed thereof – and so expressly designated by Law.
§ 1.1.6 The political Union herein codified shall be known as “The Federation” or, secondarily, “The General Federation”.
Article 1 – Section 2
§ 1.2.1 The four Official seats of the Houses of the Federation shall be held each by members of an Official family such that there are sitting in each House four families unrelated to the extent that none share relatives closer than fourth cousins of zero’th removal. All members of each shall from here on be referred to as Legislators, Fiduciaries, Judges and Executors as the case may be, who in each are composed of a family core; two spouses matched one-to-one or any multiple of spouses matched one-to-many; all genetic children of the paired spouses, all first cousins of zero’th removal of all the children and both parents of the spouses. The minimum family size eligible for election under this Constitution is one spousal couple and at least four relatives fulfilling the designations supra.
§ 1.2.2 The Official families of the Houses shall receive a compensation for their services, to be ascertained by Law, and paid out of the Treasury of the Federation. They shall in all cases, except treason, felony and breach of the peace, be privileged from detention or arrest during their attendance at any Official Session of their House, and in conveyance to and from the same; and for any speech or debate in their House, they shall not be confronted in any other place.
§ 1.2.3 Upon satisfying § 7.25.3 all members of each Official family shall have one vote within their respective House, and they’re affirmations or negations made public in each instance. In the case of the House of the Executor, the Head of that House may act unilaterally and without consulting other family members in any decisions strictly within the role of Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces.
§ 1.2.4 A family member may abstain if one prefers, or if one fails to provide a vote within 30 days of the first family member vote that was rendered public. If no vote is rendered public within 30 days, the Bill or exercise of enumerated power is defeated.
§ 1.2.5 For the purposes of this Section, succession to Head of House of a family shall make upon the death, incapacitation, voluntary resignation of the current Head of House or upon the passage of seventy-seven years since the Head of House became an Official family member and consisting of a minimum, combined sixty five years of which the Head of House has been a member of any Official family or families, whichever occurs first, and thence shall the acceding member be defined as a parent, and all relations defined herein are then made upon that referent.
§ 1.2.6 Each Branch of Federation governance, including the Senate, may establish any offices, cabinets or delegates it sees fit in the execution of its official duties.
Article 1 – Section 3
§ 1.3.1 All authority under this Constitution to make Law, issue Specific Performance, exercise equity in Law or to in any manner otherwise exercise authority in deed shall stand or fall at the discretion of the Courts of the Federation of appropriate jurisdiction on the principle of established Fundamental Subject Matter Jurisdiction, as defined in § 1.3.2 of this Constitution.
§ 1.3.2 Fundamental Subject Matter Jurisdiction, for the purposes of this Constitution, shall be defined as that admissible Subject Matter Jurisdiction over any event affecting in any manner any individual or individuals within the jurisdiction of the Federation in which said individual or individuals rights under this Constitution are at material issue in a case heard in any Court of the Federation.
§ 1.3.3 No authority of any kind shall make within the jursidiction of the Federation where Fundamental Subject Matter Jurisdiction does not exist; or, where, in one or any number of individual circumstances, an Equal Protection within Fundamental Subject Matter Jurisdiction amongst any and all Individuals affected by any case heard in any court of the Federation should fail. The courts of the Federation shall, when any such case is heard, render any Law, Policy, Orders, Acts or Equity issued within the jurisdiction of the Federation void or sustained upon adjudication of said case under the instruction of this Article of this Constitution.
§ 1.3.4 Each House, including the Senate, shall state for each law it passes at the time of passage, by what more general but material law – by what legal predicate – said law is legitimized under this Constitution, reverting directly to this Constitution or to previously enacted law as it deems logical.
§ 1.3.5 No Bill shall pass either the House of the Legislator or the House of the Fiduciary without each Statutory Law therein qualified with at least one stated, more general legal predicate, such logical ordering subject to review by the House of the Judiciary.
§ 1.3.6 The Parliament, in whole or in part, shall retain no powers except by the laws proposed through Bills It approves and which are enacted in the manner this Constitution prescribes.
§ 1.3.7 All legislative Powers herein granted to make Law shall rest jointly and solely and in the manner prescribed herein with the House of the Legislator of the Federation, the House of the Fiduciary of the Federation and the Senate.
§ 1.3.8 All laws passed by the Federation which shall regulate, govern or otherwise disfurnish the sovereignty of the government of any State of this Union shall be passed if for the one State then for all simultaneously and uniformly.
§ 1.3.9 Recognizing and hence here regulating the necessity of delegation in the creation of complex Bills, all Houses of the Federation and the Senate shall record and make public upon their vote for passage or rejection of all such Bills the specific instructions or parameters they assigned for drafting to any delegate thereof; clearly delineating those portions voted on and written or otherwise contrived by themselves versus those written or contrived in the least by any of their delegates, regardless of the significance of the type, kind or difference therein.
§ 1.3.10 Any Bill proposed by any Body under The Federation shall suffer full public disclosure in full content and fidelity at least five days before a vote may occur.
Article 1 – Section 4
§ 1.4.1 Official family succession of Head of House shall, in all four Houses, follow the precedence from high to low of eldest child extant to youngest child extant, then from eldest to youngest 1st cousins of zero’th removal from the children’s (hypothetical or real) maternal family extant and finally from eldest to youngest 1st cousins of zero’th removal from the children’s (hypothetical or real) paternal family extant.
§ 1.4.2 If the aforementioned succession should exhaust the next candidate therein shall be nominated by the remaining regnant families and subsequently chosen by a general election of the Individuals of the Federation, the candidate family with the highest vote being confirmed. Should no Official family exist (as in ratification), the Senate shall make its own nominations as in § 6.1.1 of this Constitution.
§ 1.4.3 The Head of House is officially presumed first amongst equals within that family and shall speak for that family in all official capacities or where appropriate.
§ 1.4.4 If in any Official vote of any of the four Houses there should be a tie, then the Head of House shall act as the tie-breaker.
§ 1.4.5 Should any member of any House procreate with any member of another House, then both parents and children and their descendants shall be stripped of Official status and denied recovery or accession to House member status at any time in the future.
§ 1.4.6 Once every ten years, on a date to be determined by Law, the contemporaneous seniority ranks of the Official families shall become vested by Official family claims for the House they choose to hold made in the order in which their seniority ranks them; highest seniority getting first choice and likewise descending, each House selection completing in less than fifteen days. In any case, if any Official family surpasses the seniority of the existing House of the Executor Official family, then the most senior of all families upon vesting shall thence promote to the House of the Executor. In cases of equal seniority the Senate shall choose to which House an Official Family shall vest.
Article 2: the House of the Executor of the Federation
Article 2 – Section 1
§ 2.1.1 The executive power shall be vested in an Executor of the Federation whose Head of Household as defined in Article 1 of this Constitution shall be entitled President of the Federation. The House of the Executor also assumes the title of Its sitting Official family, “First Amongst Equals”.
Article 2 – Section 2 Powers of the Executor
§ 2.2.1 The Executor shall be Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces whenever an out of Law regime exists, and of the Militia of all States, when called into the service of the Federation.
§ 2.2.2 The House of the Executor may require the opinion, in writing, of the principal Officer in each of the executive departments, upon any subject relating to the duties of their respective Offices.
§ 2.2.3 The House of the Executor shall nominate, and by and with the advice and consent of the Parliament, shall appoint ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls and all other Officers of the Federation, whose appointments are not herein otherwise provided for, and which shall be established by Law: but the House of the Legislator may by Law vest the appointment of such inferior Officers, as they think proper, in the President of the Federation alone, in the courts of Law, or in the heads of departments.
§ 2.2.4 The House of the Executor may, on extraordinary occasions, convene both Houses of the Parliament or the Senate, or any combination of them, and in case of disagreement between them, with respect to the time of adjournment, It may adjourn them to such time as it shall think proper.
§ 2.2.5 The Head of the House of the House of the Executor, or any member of said House which the Head of House shall in any given case so officially designate, shall receive ambassadors and other public ministers.
§ 2.2.6 The House of the Executor, acting as one body, shall have the power to issue any and all necessary Specific Performance agreeable to this Constitution for compelling compliance with the Laws of the Federation, provided that if Ordered enforced for one then Ordered enforced for all as applicable per case. Nothing in this provision shall be construed to imply that said Executor shall hold any power whatsoever to create any Law. Specifically but not exhaustively, the House of the Executor is expressly denied the power to attach riders, amendments or any content of any sort to any legislation passed by the Parliament.
§ 2.2.7 The Head of the House of the Executor shall periodically give to the House of the Fiduciary information on the State of the Economy and to the Legislators information on the State of the Federation, in a public forum, and recommend to their consideration such measures as It shall judge necessary and expedient.
Article 3: the House of the Judiciary of the Federation
Article 3 – Section 1
§ 3.1.1 The judicial power of the Federation shall be vested in one House of the Judiciary and in such inferior Judiciaries as the House of the Legislator may periodically ordain and establish. The Judges of the inferior Judiciaries, shall hold their Offices during good behavior, and shall, at stated times, receive for their services a compensation, which shall not be reduced during their continuance in Office.
Article 3 – Section 2
The judicial power shall extend:
§ 3.2.1 To all cases, in Law and Equity, including all Trustee relations public and private, arising under this Constitution and the Laws of the Federation.
§ 3.2.2 To all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls.
§ 3.2.3 To all cases of undefined or ambiguously defined jurisdictions.
§ 3.2.4 To controversies to which the Federation shall be a party.
§ 3.2.5 To controversies between two or more States.
§ 3.2.6 Between a State and Individuals of another State (however the judicial power of the Federation shall not be construed to extend to any suit in law or equity, commenced or prosecuted against one of the Federation by Individuals of another State, or by Individuals or subjects of any out of Law regime).
§ 3.2.7 Between Individuals of different States.
§ 3.2.8 Between Individuals of the same State claiming property under grants of different States, and between a State, or the Individuals thereof, and out of Law regimes; their Individuals or their subjects.
Article 3 – Section 3
§ 3.3.1 In all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, and those in which a State shall be party, the House of the Judiciary, acting and also known as a Supreme Court, shall have original jurisdiction. In all the other cases before mentioned, the Supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction, both as to Law and Fact, with such exceptions, and under such regulations as the House of the Legislator shall make.
§ 3.3.2 The trial of all crimes, except in cases of impeachment, shall be by jury; and such trial shall be held in the State where the said crimes shall have been committed; but when not committed within any State, the trial shall be at such place or places as the House of the Legislator may by Law have directed.
§ 3.3.3 Should the House of the Judiciary dissent in the validity of a legal predicate as defined in §1.3.2 of this Constitution, the associated most specific law shall be made null by a ruling of the same. The powers of the House of the Judiciary in such cases shall be limited only to nullification of said law and the House of The Judiciary shall hold no power to define, revoke or establish such legal predicates.
§ 3.3.4 All courts under the jurisdiction of the Federation, to include the House of the Judiciary, shall initially set aside principles of equity in law by bias instead for substitution by Rule of Law in the predicate force of any more general law germane to the specific law at hand, as the House of the Legislator saw fit to declare as such and as prescribed in §1.3.2 of this Constitution, and may restore equity in law should it deem it necessary only upon exhaustion of all such Rule of Law and their predicates in force; and this practice shall maintain in the House of The Judiciary, in all cases of common law, and in all other courts in the Federation. And the court shall state in its opinion the causes for or against – as the case may be – the substitutions for which it was biased.
§ 3.3.5 Any court of the Federation, to include the House of the Judiciary, shall be obliged in hearing any case in law or equity, to review both the law in question and the predicates declared for that law; that each predicate is logically general with respect to the law in question. If the court shall find that the law fails that test, the law is rendered unconstitutional and is null; nowwithstanding the court’s opinion of the law itself. Any equity in law considered by the Court must then proceed to include consideration of the law or laws predicate to said nullified law.
§ 3.3.6 The House of the Judiciary shall issue “considerable bonds” upon any request of any citizen or lawful organization of the The Federation if the applicant for the bond meets or exceeds the criteria set by regulations the House of the Fiduciary shall enact by Law; the criteria set being predicated on the expected return on currency investment as reckoned by the Federation when the bond is presented for redemption in currency and the needs of the Federation. The consideration of an application for considerable bonds shall in all cases occur by a double-blind approval process.
§ 3.3.7 As it deems proper, the House of the Judiciary may delegate Its powers granted in §3.3.6 to any other organization obligated to distribute currency under contract of wage or salary to any person in Its employ.
§ 3.3.8 A court or its delegate as in § 3.3.7 may re-allocate property of the Public Trust to a new use only upon demonstration that to so do is necessary for the public good, as in the case of the exercise of imminent domain. In any case, no re-allocation of assets may occur without impartial, due process for all organization Officers and intrapreneurs whose enterprise is thus affected. And should the House of the Fiduciary prevail in said due process then any such Officers or intrapreneurs shall enjoy the right to compensation for their loss based on fair market value.
§ 3.3.9 A court or its delegate as in § 3.3.7 shall re-title all commercial property of newly admitted States to this Union from private title to the Public Trust; however, all Officers and Investors of any such commercial property or enterprise shall enjoy right of status quo ante and shall not be subjected to compensation by productivity, as is provided for in this Constitution, and if not subjected to the same compensation scheme previously, for the duration of their tenure or vesting in said enterprise property. And no Individual becoming a new citizen of The Federation on account of their State’s new admission to this Union shall be dispossessed of property without the right of profit and income compensation status quo ante here provided. Nothing in this provision shall be construed to grant the Federation the right to re-title any private, non-profit property into the Public Trust on account of the admission of a State to this Union.
§ 3.3.10 All Executive Officers and Boards of Investors of banks of the newly admitted State shall enjoy first right to placement in another industry in the nearest same role. Regardless of the particular details of such Union with the Public Trust, no person shall be subject to dispossession of personal wealth or property against their will except as may to a small measure incidentally occur as herein and only under fair market value compensation.
§ 3.3.11 All Courts of the Federation and of all States of this Union shall operate under conditions of an adversarial system in which the preponderence of evidence proven true and valid in Court shall weigh with equal force as that of all laws considered in the application of equity in law in rendering any decision. All decisions rendered shall be done so in standardized format to include the algorithmic formal logic of method describing how equity in law was applied; including but not limited to, the full description of what was included as a preponderence of evidence and all laws referenced. No exceptions by case type or kind shall intervene. And no right, title or role de jure or any such right by any other name or title shall be construed to grant any power within the jurisdiction of the Federation to, in the rendering of a decision, contradict, violate, nullify or materially and substantively disfurnish any provision of this Constitution or standing Statutory law and any such occurrence shall be subject to the setting aside of such a ruling with prejudice.
§ 3.3.12 All attorneys operating in any court within the Federation who, while representing a client, or any judge who, violates any law either in or outside a Court, shall, upon the charge made by any person and upon the presence of sufficient evidence of that crime, shall be prosecuted for that crime. Federal Courts shall exercise original jurisdiction in any case in which such a crime was reported and evidence sufficient to prosecute was present, but for which prosecution did not occur in a timely manner, and shall prosecute the case in federal Court; rendering a ruling for punishment for violation of federal law if found guilty thereof and returning to the appropriate State Court for trial and punishment, if found guilty, of any violation charged under State law.
§ 3.3.13 No court within the Federation shall receive, consider or otherwise entertain physical evidence in combination with any examination or analysis thereof which shall have occurred without the application of double-blind standards established between submitter and examiner, or any evidence for which any other matter of Rule of Law was not observed.
§ 3.3.14 Except in the case of the Supreme Court, all Judges of all Courts of the Federation shall be appointed to said Title by selection from a pool of candidates nominated by the equal suffrage of the Citizens of the Federation twelve years of age or older and subject to the jurisdiction of the Court to which that Title belongs. No Official of any Court of the Federation shall be seated in that Title or Office by any form of election, vote or suffrage and all such Officials shall take their Title or Office only upon an appointment made in accordance with Law and from the universe of nominations described supra.
§ 3.3.15 In both the House of the Judiciary and the House of the Fiduciary there shall be appointed nine eminently qualified Judicial Professors and nine eminently qualified Fiducial Professors respectively, in both cases by first being nominated by the Head of Household of the respective House and thence appointed by the consent of the House of the Legislator. In both the House of the Executor and the House of the Legislator there shall be appointed nine eminently qualified Professors of Organizational Leadership and nine eminently qualified Professors of Statutory Law and Legislative Process respectively, in both cases by first being nominated by the Head of Household of the respective House and thence appointed by the consent of the House of the Judiciary.
§ 3.3.16 Once appointed Professors as defined in § 3.3.15 shall hold their office until their death or incapacitation or for a period of seventy-seven years since confirmation, whichever occurs first. All members of the respective Official Families twenty-six years of age or younger shall receive the services of the respective professors of each House for their education in their respective fields supra, beginning at birth or at the seating of said House member, whichever makes first, for a matriculation of not less than twelve years one-half of full time continuous, and no prior education of any amount or kind or objection to that education in deed or content from any Official Family member shall intervene.
§ 3.3.17 The House of the Legislator shall by Law establish a National Academy to provide the staff, research, educational and other general resources required for § 3.3.15 and § 3.3.16 as the consensus of Professors shall require.
Article 4: the Parliament of the Federation
Article 4 – Section 1
§ 4.1.1 All Bills proposed and dependent directly or indirectly on the Public Treasury shall originate with the House of the Legislator and, if approved, shall pass to the House of the Fiduciary for consideration.
§ 4.1.2 Every Bill which shall have passed by majority consent of the House of the Legislator shall, before it become a Law, be presented to the House of the Fiduciary for consideration or, if received of the House of the Fiduciary for consideration, to the Executor of the Federation and, if the Senate at its discretion shall consider the Bill, to the Senate simultaneously, and if both the House of the Executor and the Senate approve it by signatures it shall become Law, but if not the House of the Executor shall reject it or the Senate shall have considered it and shall reject it. But in all such cases the consents, dissents and abstentions shall be rendered public within 30 days. If any Bill shall not be returned or rejected by the House of the Executor nor considered, returned and rejected by the Senate within ten days after it shall have been presented to them, the same shall be a Law, in like manner as if the House of the Executor had signed it and the Senate approved it or elected not to consider it, unless the House of the Fiduciary by their adjournment prevent its return, in which case it shall not be a Law.
§ 4.1.3 Every Order, Resolution, or vote to which the concurrence of the House of the Legislator may be necessary (except on a question of adjournment) shall be presented to the Executor of the Federation; and before the same shall take effect, shall be approved by it else it shall fail.
Article 4 – Section 2
§ 4.2.1 The House of the Executor shall appoint a Governor or President whenever a vacancy in any State of the Union shall occur; each such appointee to hold their office, including time already spent in that role, a duration not to exceed ten years; and provided the appointee is a native of that State and the legislative authority of that State confirms the appointment with a vote favoring of one-third or greater.
§ 4.2.2 All Governors and Presidents within the Federation shall enjoy under this Constitution a guarantee of his or her right to veto all laws about to be passed in the State of which he or she shall be Governor or President, subject to such qualifications and regulations, as the House of the Legislator shall prescribe. He or she shall in all other respects have the same power only which the fundamental Law of the State does or shall allow to its Governor or President, except as to appointment of Officers of the Militia.
§ 4.2.3 The House of the Legislator shall propose no law fiscally dependent directly or indirectly on the Public Trust, or any State Trust of this Union.
§ 4.2.4 The House of the Legislator shall have the power to propose and pass any Bill regulating or directly affecting any matter other than economic exchange within the jurisdiction of the Federation provided; any such Bill proposed or passed is, to a reasonable degree of fidelity, necessary and minimally sufficient for the enforcement and guarantee of the provisions of §7.5.2 to §7.12.5 inclusive of this Constitution wherein such laws for enforcement cannot be well delegated to the States or the Individuals and provided; any Bill proposed or passed obligates enforcement universally and uniformly throughout the full jurisdiction of the Federation.
Article 4 – Section 3
§ 4.3.1 An enemy combatant of the Federation shall be defined as such under this Constitution upon declaration of the same by the House of the Executor of the Federation provided; the House of the Judiciary of the Federation shall concur and provided; explicit concurrence of the House of the Judiciary shall be required for each Individual designation of enemy combatant the House of the Executor may seek.
§ 4.3.2 Except in cases of enemy combatants, the right to file Writ of Habeas Corpus by any Individual on the grounds of any form of detention or confinement by anyone or any entity within the Federation’s jurisdiction against another’s will for any reason at any time anywhere within the jurisdiction of the Federation and in a timely and non-onerous manner shall not be infringed.
§ 4.3.3 An enemy combatant or prisoner of war to include any such combatant presumed deceased or missing but truly living in a location knowable to the Federation, notwithstanding their status, detained by the Federation, either directly or indirectly at its direction or behest, shall enjoy the basic right of Habeas Corpus limited soley to the right to the notification of the said combatant’s next of kin as to who is detaining them and upon what cause they are being detained wherever, if said combatant is not a citizen of the Federation, a period of two years has elapsed since the Federation gained such custody for the first time or, if a citizen of the Federation, in a deliberately speedy manner after the Federation has gained custody, as the Federation may, under its best effort, effect.
§ 4.3.4 No enemy combatant of any kind or status, in peace or war, shall be made to suffer any cruel, sadistic or unusual punishment against their person mentally or physically or to their consanguinity; excepting cases of the detention of enemy combatants as conviction under laws of military justice and as reasonable forms of punishment as the exigencies of war may require. The Federation shall, up to its best reasonable effort, notify as quickly as possible the next of kin of any enemy combatant killed in action stating the precise time and manner of death and the reasons for the loss as provided for under military law.
§ 4.3.5 No Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law or amnesty Law shall be passed.
§ 4.3.6 No capitation, Income or other direct, tax shall be laid.
§ 4.3.7 No tax or duty shall be laid on articles exported from any State.
§ 4.3.8 All Law under the Federation regulating commerce or revenue shall be, whence enacted for one State, then enacted for all.
§ 4.3.9 No money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in consequence of appropriations made by Law; and a regular statement and account of the receipts and expenditures of all public money shall be periodically published.
§ 4.3.10 No law, varying the compensation for the services of any House, shall take effect, for a period of five years after enactment.
§ 4.3.11 The House of the Legislator shall guarantee in Law to all Individuals of the Federation the right to vote in elections of the members of the Senate without regard to income, assets, gender, professed gender identity, religion, conscience, beliefs, age, sexual affections, nationality, State, race or ethnicity.
§ 4.3.12 The Public Treasury and the Treasuries and accounts of the various States shall be held inviolable and no monies, assets or remuneration shall issue between the Public Treasury and the Treasuries and accounts of the various States; except in such temporary exigencies as the House of the Legislator may, with the concurrence of the House of the Executor, so declare publicly, stating the reasons, duration and extent of issue to be drawn and further excepting that whatever the purpose no consideration of assets or monies – overt or discreet – of the Federation’s Public Treasury in exchange for the judicial rulings, enactment of laws, passage of Bills, origination of Bills, support for Bills, executive declarations, fiduciary decisions or other sovereign acts of any State of this Union shall make.
Article 4 – Section 4
§ 4.4.1 No State shall grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; establish a currency; emit Bills of Credit; pass any Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law, amnesty Law, or Law impairing the obligation of contracts, or grant any Title of Nobility.
§ 4.4.2 Neither the Federation, nor any State, nor any lawful delegate of the Federation shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance, or Confederation.
§ 4.4.3 No State shall, without the consent of the House of the Legislator, lay any imposts or duties on imports or exports, except what may be absolutely necessary for executing it’s inspection Laws: and the net produce of all duties and imposts, laid by any State on imports or exports, shall be for the use of the Treasury of the Federation; and all such Laws shall be subject to the revision and control of the House of the Legislator.
§ 4.4.4 No State shall, without the consent of the House of the Legislator, keep troops, or militarily armed vessels in time of peace, enter into any agreement or compact with another State, or with any other out of Law actor, or engage in war, unless invaded, or in such imminent danger as will not admit of delay.
Article 4 – Section 5
§ 4.5.1 All Bills of Law proposed and dependent directly or indirectly on the Public Trust or directly affecting compensation calculations and exchanges or Motions for Proportionate Increase of Curreny to match Wealth (MPI) shall originate with the House of the Fiduciary and, if approved, shall pass to the House of the Legislator for consideration.
§ 4.5.2 Every Bill which shall have passed by majority consent of the members of the Official family of the House of the Fiduciary shall, before it become a Law, be presented to the House of the Legislator for consideration or, if received of the House of the Legislator for consideration, to the Executor of the Federation and, if the Senate at its discretion shall consider the Bill, to the Senate simultaneously, and if both the House of the Executor and the Senate approve it by signatures it shall become Law, but if not the House of the Executor shall reject it or the Senate shall have considered it and shall reject it. But in all such cases the consents, dissents and abstentions shall be rendered public within 30 days. If any Bill shall not be returned or rejected by the House of the Executor nor considered, returned and rejected by the Senate within ten days after it shall have been presented to them, the same shall be a Law, in like manner as if the House of the Executor had signed it and the Senate approved it or elected not to consider it, unless the House of the Fiduciary by their adjournment prevent its return, in which case it shall not be a Law.
§ 4.5.3 Every order, resolution, or vote to which the concurrence of the House of the Fiduciary may be necessary (except on a question of adjournment) shall be presented to the House of the Executor; and before the same shall take effect, shall be approved by it else it shall fail.
Article 4 – Section 6
§ 4.6.1 For the purposes of this Constitution, “Economic Planning” and “Economic Plans” shall have the force of Law.
§ 4.6.2 For the purposes of this Constitution, a “Motion for Proportionate Increase of Curreny to match Wealth (MPI)” shall mean any request by any citizen or lawful corporation of the Federation to request an enlargement of the total circulating currency of the Federation at the time of the request approval, such approval to depend upon non-discriminatory and conflict of interest free, objective, actuarial risk assessment criteria regarding the probability of the future performance of a monetary investment equal to or less than the depreciated, market assessed, added wealth so requested (as the net sum of the proposed enterprises’ intrinsic, initial wealth and the wealth the enterprise is projected to generate and the depreciation it is expected to endure over its projection limited life) and which is stipulated as, and is the, binding purpose of the demand and; excepting that the House of the Fiduciary shall have the power to additionally consider upon a MPI the criteria it may by Law establish for the furtherance of economic planning wherever strictly limited to the power to uniformly lend favor or disfavor by industry or business type to consideration of MPIs and; excepting that no consideration of the efficacy of the business model proposed or any other speculative consideration shall redound to criteria and; provided the criteria applied includes the past business performance of the stakeholders of responsibility and accountability appointed in the proposed enterprise. No approved MPI shall be subject, directly or indirectly, to principal or interest repayment; or a risk transference scheme; nor shall the Federation emit any currencies except upon approval of a MPI.
§ 4.6.3 The Public Trust shall consist of one unbreakable, public, discretionary and irrevocable Trust composed of all Federation currency in existence at any given time including any wealth said currency represents; excepting such wealth as is necessarily and exclusively for government use in discharging its duties and all wealth held privately and not in use for profit or commercial gain. By appropriate legislation the House of the Fiduciary shall establish the precise form of legally tender currency, create and oversee any agency for the minting or emittance and maintenance of the currency; provide standards and regulations affecting the use of currency and provide all services required to calculate salaries, wages and contractual obligations paid within the Federation. The House of the Fiduciary shall be the party to account for the emittance of all currency under an Agency duly created under the authority of the Federation and no currency production or creation shall be delegated to a private party. And the sum of remuneration for all supervisory roles within a given enterprise or organization shall equal no less than one-fifth of the enterprise’s total corporate income.
§ 4.6.4 The House of the Fiduciary shall have sole power to raise Bills exercising trustee power over the Public Trust or to establish criteria in Law for the processing, approval and disapproval of MPIs as used for the furtherance of economic planning. All compensation, calculations thereof and determinations of amounts and frequencies; rendered as obligation to labor by a for-profit entity shall exclusively remain the jurisdiction of the House of the Fiduciary or its delegates and shall not occur as a privately performed transaction; nor shall any form of banking or banks, ponzi, pyramid or arithmetically exploitative speculation schemes exist within the jurisdiction of The Federation.
§ 4.6.5 The House of the Fiduciary shall propose no law fiscally dependent directly or indirectly on the Public Treasury, or any State Treasury in this Union.
§ 4.6.6 The House of the Fiduciary shall have the power to propose and pass any Bill regulating or directly affecting the manner of all compensation within the jurisdiction of the Federation and MPIs provided; any such Bill proposed or passed is, to a reasonable degree of fidelity, necessary and minimally sufficient for the enforcement and guarantee of provisions of §7.5.2 to §7.12.5 inclusive of this Constitution wherein such laws for enforcement cannot be well delegated to the States or the Individuals and provided; any such Bill proposed or passed obligates enforcement universally and uniformly throughout the full jurisdiction of the Federation.
§ 4.6.7 Any economic entity or Individual operating a business or propertiership whose profits are paid in whole or in part to Individuals outside the jurisdiction of the Federation, and which proposes to market goods or services within the jurisdiction of the Federation shall, for the purposes of this Constitution, be denominated a foreign enterprise.
§ 4.6.8 Any presumptive foreign enterprise whose business model is to market products or services within the jurisdiction of the Federation which do not manifestly serve the public good or whose effect on the physical and psychological health of Individuals is unfavorable to the Individual shall not exist or operate within the jurisdiction of the Federation. The House of the Fiduciary shall establish in Law the standards by which the House of the Executor shall enforce these provisions.
§ 4.6.9 Any foreign enterprise which is not a foreign free market entity, that is, is owned in whole or part by an out of Law State regime or government, shall not operate within the jurisdiction of the Federation.
Article 4 – Section 7
§ 4.7.1 The Public Trust of the Federation shall be held inviolable and no assets, remuneration or monies of the same shall issue between the Public Treasury and the Public Trust for any reason; or from the Public Treasury to a Trustee of any State or its inferior Trustee bodies.
§ 4.7.2 No money or assets shall exchange into, within, or out of the Public Trust, but in consequence of lawful economic transactions; and a regular statement and account of the receipts and MPI criteria used of and for all Public Trust money and assets shall be periodically published.
Article 5: The States of this Union
§ 5.0.0 All powers not delegated to the Federation or the individual States by this Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively or to the Individual and the enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by Individuals.
Article 5 – Section 1
§ 5.1.1 Full faith and credit shall be given in each State to the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other State. And the House of the Legislator may by general Laws prescribe the manner in which such acts, records and proceedings shall be proved, and the effect thereof.
Article 5 – Section 2
§ 5.2.1 If any privileges and immunities of Individuals shall exist in one State then they shall exist identically in all.
§ 5.2.2 An Individual charged in any State with treason, felony, or other crime, who shall flee from justice, and be found in another State, shall on demand of the executive authority of the State from which he fled, be returned to the State having jurisdiction of the crime.
Article 5 – Section 3
§ 5.3.1 New States may be admitted by the House of the Legislator into the Federation; but no new State shall be formed or erected within the jurisdiction of any other State; nor any State be formed by the junction of two or more States, or parts of States, without the consent of the Legislatures of the States concerned as well as of the House of the Legislator. In any case, the Federation shall establish in law the rules by which State boundaries upon admission to this Union shall be altered or modified as above to ensure unitary representation of identifiable religions, cultures and ethnicities in Statehood, in the geographic and economic scale associated with a State; including admission of States de novo.
§ 5.3.2 The House of the Legislator shall have power to dispose of and make all needful rules and regulations respecting the territory or other property belonging to the Federation; and nothing in this Constitution shall be so construed as to prejudice any claims of the Federation, or of any particular State.
§ 5.3.3 The House of the Fiduciary shall have power to dispose of and make all needful rules and regulations respecting the territory or other property value represented in the Public Trust; and nothing in this Constitution shall be so construed as to prejudice any claims of the Federation, or of any particular State to the same rights to its State Trust.
§ 5.3.5 The Federation shall actively pursue the incorporation of out of Law jurisdictions into the Federation using whatever means the House of the Legislator shall find necessary and expedient, both for eventual union and in the furtherance of Section 4 of this Article prior to admission.
Article 5 – Section 4
§ 5.4.1 The Federation shall guarantee to every State in the Federation a General Federalist form of representative government if they so choose it; however, all States shall in their governance establish and maintain a national legislature for the passage of Law and an office for Governor or President which shall be held by one Individual and shall be that States true executive authority.
§ 5.4.2 Any State of this Union may secure the protection of the Federation upon invasion or public disorder, upon application of that State’s legislature.
§ 5.4.3 Any State, upon becoming a new State of the General Federation, may present a National Codicil to a Social Contract, as described in Article 6 of this Constitution, in which all Individuals of that State at the time of admission are presumed signatories, and those signatures shall have the force of Law indicated by this Constitution.
Article 6: Ratification and Amendments
Article 6 – Section 1
§ 6.1.1 Any entity seeking the ratification of a social contract that conforms to General Federalism and this Constitution shall do so by holding a general election to elect all members of the Senate as prescribed in this Constitution. Within thirty days of the election of the full Senate the Senate shall nominate – and within thirty days following – shall elect the family of the House of the Judiciary.
§ 6.1.2 The House of the Judiciary shall exercise the corresponding Powers enumerated in this Constitution during the nomination and election of the remaining Houses.
§ 6.1.3 The House of the Judiciary shall, within thirty days of being seated, nominate exactly five candidate families for the House of The Executor. The Senate shall elect the House of The Executor from the nominations provided within thirty days of their nomination. The House of The Executor shall exercise its Powers enumerated in this Constitution during the nomination and election of the remaining Houses.
§ 6.1.4 The House of the Judiciary shall, within thirty days of being seated, nominate exactly five candidate families for the House of The Legislator. The House of the Executor shall, within thirty days of being seated, nominate exactly five additional candidate families for the House of The Legislator. The Senate shall elect the House of The Legislator from the candidate families nominated by both regnant Houses within thirty days of their nomination. The House of The Legislator shall exercise its Powers enumerated in this Constitution during the nomination and election of the House of the Fiduciary.
§ 6.1.5 The House of the Judiciary shall, within thirty days of being seated, nominate exactly five candidate families for the House of The Fiduciary. The House of the Executor shall, within thirty days of being seated, nominate exactly five additional candidate families for the House of The Fiduciary. The House of the Legislator shall, within ninety days of being seated, nominate exactly five additional candidate families for the House of The Fiduciary. The Senate shall elect the House of The Fiduciary from the candidate families nominated by all three regnant Houses within thirty days of their nomination.
§ 6.1.6 All powers granted by this Constitution to each House shall be delegated in trust thereto by the Senate, as if the Senate were such House, and the Senate shall initially act with those powers enumerated in this Constitution as that House, until such time as that actual House shall be elected and seated. All Senate elections of House candidate families described in this Section shall elect the candidate of the greatest numeric vote of all nominations presenting.
§ 6.1.7 In any cases requiring creation or replacement of any House where the process for such is not otherwise specified herein, such House shall by the method provided in this Article, to include its hierarchical context, be elected.
§ 6.1.8 Shall the Senate clearly fail to meet the qualifications set out herein Right of Conquest for the initiating entity of the Senate is assumed if effected prior to the House of The Judiciary being seated.
Article 6 – Section 2
§ 6.2.1 Should expansion of jurisdiction to a sovereign State be proposed by any House, the House of the Legislator shall approve or disapprove on the basis of a simple majority and majority consent by the sovereign State’s legislature and its institutional form adequate to comply with this Constitution and upon re-titling in those cases requiring it and as provided for in this Constitution is satisfied, shall be sufficient for its inclusion as a State of the Federation.
Article 6 – Section 3
§ 6.3.1 This Constitution, and the Laws and Economic Plans of the Federation which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all Official consensus with out of Law regimes, or which shall make, under the authority of the Federation, shall be supreme Law sans pareil; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding.
§ 6.3.2 The Senators and members of the Houses before mentioned, and the members of all the State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the Federation and of all States, shall be bound by oath or affirmation, to support this constitution; but no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the Federation.
§ 6.3.3 No lawful delegate of the Federation, excepting those exercising the powers specifically enumerated in this Constitution to the families of the four Houses – to include all Courts of the Federation – and the Senate, shall exercise any discretion in official matters of law, economics, enforcement or equity and all official acts and duties thereof shall attain but by authority of Rule of Law; excepting such cases where discretion is specifically provided for in law, stating each action and circumstance under which that discretion is permissible, the exigency that requires it and specifically stating who is to be legally accountable for any acts of said discretion; and excepting wherever a court of the appropriate jurisdiction may find any given instance of discretion to have occurred in virtue. In any case, all Official families, all Official delegates of the Federation and all Individuals within the jurisdiction of the Federation are bound and beholden to Rule of Law under which they are all equally subject.
Article 6 – Section 4
§ 6.4.1 The Senate, whenever it shall deem it necessary, shall propose Amendments to this Constitution, or, on the application of the Legislatures of three fourths of all States, shall call a Convention for proposing Amendments, which, in either case, shall be valid to all intents and purposes, as part of this Constitution, when ratified by the Legislatures of four fifths of all States, or by Conventions in four fifths thereof, as the one or the other mode of Ratification may be proposed by the Senate; for a period of fifty years from the date of ratification, after which time the amendment is null and no longer a part of this Constitution and shall have effect as if no such amendment had attained; excepting any other limitations in this Article. In any case, results of Ratification shall be rendered public within 30 days of its conclusion and before it may take effect.
Article 6 – Section 5
§ 6.5.1 The Senate, as with any other Bill, may exercise Right of Interdiction for any amendment or alteration of this Constitution as a result of Convention or Senate vote and shall, regardless of circumstance, possess legal standing for the same. Nothing in this section should be construed to grant amendment, modification, rescinding or otherwise change in this Constitution consequent to the Senate’s exercise of the Right of Conquest. Upon successful exercising of Right of Conquest, this Constitution shall apply status quo ante.
Article 6 – Section 6
§ 6.6.1 No Convention or Senate vote shall have jurisdiction extending to Article 6 Section 4 and Section 6 of this Constitution, or to any jurisdiction or issue beyond that which it shall publicly state in the proposal to amend as cause for Convention or Senate vote. The House of the Judiciary shall have sole power to resolve jurisdictional consistency between those amendments proposed for Convention or Senate vote and the conclusions of any Convention or Senate vote and; this Constitution status quo ante shall prevail over any conclusions of Convention or Senate vote if said Judicial review should not complete within 30 days of Convention or Senate vote or if the Judicial Review shall dissent. And the amendment shall pass if the Judicial Review shall return in 30 or fewer days and shall concur.
§ 6.6.2 Not the Federation, the House of the Fiduciary, any Federation agency nor any organ or body of the Federation, to include all its bureaucracy, shall hold direct entitlement to ownership, or the rights attached thereto, of anything of valuable consideration in the marketplace; except that said entities may own such wealth as is necessarily and exclusively for government use in discharging its duties and not intended for profit and which is funded solely of the Treasury.
Article 6 – Section 7
§ 6.7.1 Any State of this Union may append to this Constitution a National Codicil to a Social Contract bearing legal force and effect only within said State’s jurisdiction as set by the Federation by Law; provided each Individual subject to the jurisdiction of that Codicil, acting freely of duress of the State, attach their willful and non-coerced signature thereto; and provided, nothing in said Codicil shall contradict, contravene, suspend, ameliorate or supersede the sovereign force and effect of this entire Constitution; excepting § 7.7 through § 7.12 inclusive of same.
§ 6.7.2 All Courts and Laws of the Federation, by Law and Equity, shall render full faith and credit to each State’s National Codicil to a Social Contract; provided the parties affected are valid signatories to that Codicil.
§ 6.7.3 The Federation shall define by Law a Regional boundary which includes two or more States, whenever it deems it appropriate, whose boundaries shall not cross the interior geographical boundaries of any State of this Union.
§ 6.7.4 Membership of any State in a Regional boundary shall be established by its nearest geographic neighboring State which has declined to exercise the right of attaching a National Codicil to a Social Contract. If no such State exists, or such a State is outside a Legally defined Regional boundary, the Federation shall assign by Law one State within this Regional boundary as one for which § 6.7.1 of this Constitution made be rendered null under that Law. Should there exist more than one State having declined the right to exercise a National Codicil to a Social Contract in a Regional boundary defined by Law, then the Federation shall select by Law one of the qualifying States to act as a regional authority for that Regional boundary. In any case, such a State shall be denominated a Regional Authority.
§ 6.7.5 A Regional Authority shall in Law and Equity be the least inferior political subdivision within the General Federation and all appeals to Acts, Courts, Laws and lawful authority within the jurisdiction of the Federation shall make through it; as if the Regional Authority were itself a Regional, meta-State. As in the case of the General Federation, each Regional Authority shall render full faith and credit to the Acts, Laws and Equity of each said Regional member State; including the National Codicil to a Social Contract wherever Individual signatures thereto wax relevant.
§ 6.7.6 Nothing in this Section shall be construed to confer upon any Regional Authority the power to make Law, issue Acts or enforce law beyond the physical and subject jurisdiction of the Regional Authority’s State jurisdiction; excepting Laws passed by the Regional Authority’s State legislative authority prescribed solely for resolving intra-Region disputes. In any case in which two or more State National Codicils to a Social Contract shall conflict in an interstate matter, § 7.7 through § 7.12 inclusive of this Constitution shall supersede, prevail and be the Law of the Land.
Article 7: the Senate of the Federation
§ 7.0.0 The Individual and the rights retained by them shall enjoy Official representation by the Senate whose primary role is to act as the sole Constitutional authority to delegate or revoke at it’s will the seating and authority under this Constitution of Officials of branches of the Federation government exercising powers enumerated in this Constitution and in accordance with this Article of this Constitution. Nothing in this Article should be implied to construe Senate power to create or revoke Law, or to otherwise exercise direct governing powers, except as specifically and partially provided under the rights and powers so specifically described for the Senate in this Article of this Constitution.
Article 7 – Section 1
§ 7.1.1 All exercise of remaining powers where herein granted to make, amend or defeat Law shall be solely vested in the Senate of the Federation, which shall consist of Senators chosen directly by equal suffrage of all Individuals of the Federation; provided, no person shall cast a vote for any Senator who has not been twelve years a citizen of the Federation.
§ 7.1.2 The Parliament shall pass no Law modifying or replacing, to the extent of their generality in Rule of Law, the understood definitions, syntactical meanings or grammatical meanings within this Constitution as informed by the present standards of the English language such as to adversely prejudice the rights enumerated to or otherwise held by any Individual under this Constitution. Stare decisis notwithstanding, all Equity in Law and Economics issued within the Federation shall bias to the favor of Individual rights and liberties wherever an alternative may present.
§ 7.1.3 No favorable act of any lawful delegate of the Federation shall be held in abeyance of any Individual right real or implied in this Constitution.
Article 7 – Section 2
§ 7.2.1 The Senate shall be composed of members chosen every second year by Individuals of the several States.
§ 7.2.2 No Individual shall be a Senator who shall not have been twelve years a citizen of the Federation or who has previously served a total of four years or greater as a Senator of the Federation.
§ 7.2.3 Senators shall be apportioned among the several States according to their respective numbers, counting the whole number of Individuals in each State. The actual enumeration shall be made within three years after the first meeting of the Parliament of the Federation and within every subsequent term of ten years, in such manner as the Senate shall by Law direct. The number of Senators shall not exceed one for every one million, but each State shall have at least two Senators.
§ 7.2.4 Each State of this Union shall enact and enforce State law to qualify each Senator elected from each respective State. Such qualification shall be limited strictly to the moral and ethical standing of the Senate candidate; derived of whatever moral standards the Individuals of that State find appropriate. No other State, nor the Federation itself, shall have any authority to challenge this qualification.
§ 7.2.5 When vacancies happen in the representation from any State, the Executive authority thereof shall issue Writs of Election to fill such vacancies.
§ 7.2.6 The Senate shall choose their Elder Senator and other Officers.
§ 7.2.7 No candidate, former or current lawful delegate of the Federation may receive assistance from any entity in their selection or election as lawful delegate of the Federation except where such assistance is paid in full at market value by said lawful delegate and Individual donors acting strictly as Individuals.
Article 7 – Section 3
§ 7.3.1 No other Bills outside the type and kind defined in this Article shall originate in the Senate.
§ 7.3.2 The Senate shall have exclusive power to exercise Right of Interdiction. Upon a four-fifths majority of members of the Senate favoring the rejection of any Bill, and if rendered during but not after the 10 day period in which the House of the Executor may consider a Bill for veto, said Bill is defeated and shall not become law regardless if it is vetoed, not at the time signed or signed in the affirmative at any time by the House of the Executor.
§ 7.3.3 The Senate shall have exclusive power, as in and limited by Section 4 of this Article of this Constitution, to exercise Right of Conquest. The right to overthrow an existing Official Family by force is a right unto which all Individuals are entitled under this Constitution if, before any action to dissolve, impede or remove any Official Family from power, it is executed upon the conditions provided in Section 4 of this Article of this Constitution.
§ 7.3.4 The Senate shall have exclusive power to exercise Right of Arms. The Senate shall retain exclusive powers to regulate, define, classify or otherwise create Law pertaining to Individual, combat arms – to include all such arms which the Federation may obtain by purchase or other means and which the Federation may employ, military or civilian. Any Bill exercising these powers shall be enacted and obtain in Law by a two-thirds majority vote of the Senate, any other organ or House of the Federation or any other authority in the jurisdiction of the Federation notwithstanding.
§ 7.3.5 In any case, the Senate shall pass no Law, nor shall any lawful delegate of the Federation take any action of commission or omission, infringing upon the right of any Individual to keep and bear Individual, combat arms of a kind and type appropriate for Right of Conquest; and which shall, at the Individual’s discretion, be of precisely the same make, type and lot as the arms in common combatant use, or in use by the Federal Militia defined in § 7.4.12 of this Constitution, or would likely be in common combatant use, by the real or hypothetical Armed Forces of the Federation.
Article 7 – Section 4
§ 7.4.1 The Right of Conquest, if and when exercised, shall proceed as follows. A vote to impeach an Official family may be proposed by a concurrence of one-half of the States of this Union or upon a petition of Individuals numbering at least two-thirds of the population of the Federation as enumerated in the most recent Census. Within 90 days of said proposal or passage of
petition the Senate shall vote on the matter holding in that period whatever hearings as are necessary for the defense of the Official Family in question. The Official Family shall enjoy the right of discovery for a period not to exceed 90 days and to be established in public procedure by the Senate. If the impeachment is passed by a four-fifths majority of the Senate and no other impeachment against an Official Family lays unresolved at the time of the vote, the impeachment is promoted to an Order to Surrender the House at the Will of the Senate. If it is not so passed or the Senate fails to vote within 90 days, it is defeated.
§ 7.4.2 Upon the passage of two years since the Order to Surrender the House at the Will of the Senate was passed all other Houses shall either concur or dissent and render their decisions public. If they all concur, the Official Family so Ordered and their heirs shall be permanently denied all powers enumerated under this Constitution and shall permanently remove from office, fully surrendering their Offical Status under this Constitution and vacacting all government premises. If not, the Order to Surrender the House at the Will of the Senate is challenged for further review. Failure to provide a response within the allocated two years shall count as concurrence of the House failing to respond.
§ 7.4.3 If a Order to Surrender the House at the Will of the Senate is challenged – vetoed – by an Official Family other than the one so Ordered by same, the Senate may override all Houses by; a public referendum of equal suffrage of all Individuals of the Federation resulting in a four-fifths majority favoring – that is, confirming – the Order to Surrender the House at the Will of the Senate and; a single vote of two-thirds majority of the Senate favoring like confirmation. If the Order is thusly confirmed, the Official Family so Ordered and their heirs shall be permanently denied all powers enumerated under this Constitution and shall permanently remove from office, fully surrendering their Offical Status under this Constitution and vacacting all government premises. If not, the Order is reversed and the Family so charged prevails and retains all powers status quo ante.
§ 7.4.4 If any Official family upon full confirmation as supra of the Order to Surrender the House at the Will of the Senate shall fail to do so in deed within 30 days of final confirmation, the Senate shall vote as soon as circumstances allow to exercise Right of Conquest. Upon a one-tenth minority favoring, Right of Conquest shall perform under the leadership and control of the Senate Elder in consultation with the House of the Executor – if and only if the House of the Executor is not the one in defiance of the Order – by any means the Senate Elder may choose. No appeals, delay or alternative actions shall intervene. The Senate shall then Officially Issue the Order to Surrender the House at the Will of the Senate to the Federal Militia provided for in § 7.4.12 of this Constitution; and each person of such removed Official family who has surrendered as combatant shall enjoy immunity from further prosecution, punishments or detention and/or confinement and shall enjoy the same rights and privileges of any private Individuals as guaranteed by this Constitution. However, nothing in this Section shall be construed to establish any restriction on the amount of force, including lethal force and property destruction, required by the Officials commissioned by the Senate, and where necessary in their judgment, to compel compliance with the Senate’s Order.
§ 7.4.5 Should the House of the Executor be one of the Houses convicted and stripped of its powers, command of the Armed Forces of the Federation, and all Executive Authorities granted under this Constitution, shall be deduced in the following order of precedence to the first regnant House; the House of the Judiciary, the House of the Legislator, the House of the Fiduciary and then to the Elder Senator.
§ 7.4.6 For the purposes of this Constitution, the Controlling Generation of an Official family of any House of the Federation shall be defined as that generation whose Head of House is the great grandparent of the earliest ancestor whose ancestral designation is biologically accurate – of the current Head of House of that Official family.
§ 7.4.7 Upon passage of any impeachment of an Official family of any House of the Federation, or upon any enforcement of Senate Orders provided for in this Section, it shall be the Fundamental General Order to the Armed Forces of the Federation, without explicit Order given, but rather given by this Order reposed in this Constitution, to cease and desist in all actions real, imagined, verbal or actual, lawful or unlawful, regarding any matter associated with this Section of the Constitution. And all Officers of the Armed Forces shall, upon commission, swear upon Oath to uphold and defend this Constitution and specifically, to make Oath of obedience and loyalty to this Fundamental General Order to the Armed Forces of the Federation.
§ 7.4.8 The Federation shall at all times maintain a Federal Militia whose members are chosen by random lot from the entire population of the Federation – but to include equal numbers from each State – and who, if they voluntarily accept their commission or enlistment, shall be counted as a servicemember of same. The Federal Militia shall determine its own procedures, rules and methods of operation to include the sole power to determine a means of discharge or release from the Federal Militia, or for accepting unsolicited volunteers for service, provided such procedures ensure equal recruitment amongst the States. Each State of this Union shall provide in equal proportion from its respective Treasury appropriate funding for the Federal Militia. The Federal Militia shall regulate and retain control of access by its servicemembers to all equipment and arms for the exercise of their duties. The Senate Elder shall be Commander in Chief of the Federal Militia and shall appoint its Officers.
Article 7 – Section 5
§ 7.5.1 Upon any case held in the House of the Judiciary or any of its inferior courts, any Individual party therein shall retain sole and unilateral, total defense by Right of Challenge; to wit, the Individual right to challenge any portion of Law not favorable to their defense which they charge was fashioned with the assistance of any delegate of the House of the Legislator, the House of the Fiduciary, the Senate or any combination thereof and where in the opinion of that court said portion in question shall contradict, undermine or extend beyond the instructions or parameters so delegated by any of the Houses, Senate or any combination thereof in the original drafting of that portion; and where such content is precisely defined as in §1.3.6. And, if in that case the charge shall, in the opinion of the court in question, sustain victory in Right of Challenge, that portion of Law and any other portions necessarily conjoined under compliance to that portion, shall be null and rendered unconstitutional, shall have no standing in the case presenting, and shall not thence exist as Law or Performance in the Federation or any place subject to Its jurisdiction.
§ 7.5.2 Wherever not diminishing or exceeding the force or effect of §4.2.3 and §4.6.11 of this Constitution, the Federation shall enjoy all immunities and privileges which pertain strictly to the formal form and function of a central federalist system – its general supremacy of legislative sovereignty over any State – with the exception of any Federally sovereign act that shall, in the judgment of the House of the Legislator which they’ve defined by uniform Law, if for one State then for all, infringe upon the popular, deeply ensconced and historically long traditions of a State’s culture or religion whose relegation of standing and effect would manifestly be traumatic to the majority of the State’s people and a shock to their popular conscience. In any case, the rights enumerated of the Individual in Article 7 of this Constitution shall enjoy favor and bias in any such exception.
§ 7.5.3 Law and Equity under the Federation and within its jurisdiction shall uniformly neither furnish nor disfurnish any particular spiritual or religious perspective or any mutually voluntary communication between two or more Individuals; regardless of sender, recipient or nature of content; and expressly denying any Official organ or Individual in Official capacity the right to decline communication as in a one-way message or multiplex manner between any Individual to said Official organ, Individual or Individuals, regardless of it’s nature; except as the broader security of the Federation may require as and how provided by §7.10.1 of this Constitution.
§ 7.5.4 No Court of the Federation shall instruct, guide, require, or compel any juror to reckon, calculate or think contrary to any conscience of belief they hold, regardless of the Laws of the Federation or the provisions of this Constitution, and the conscience of belief of any Juror within the jurisdiction of the Federation shall be held Supreme, Sans Pareil, to all Law and Equity in the Federation. Nothing in this provision shall be construed to deny any Court the authority to require, in any final finding of a Jury, that such a finding comply with all Laws of the Federation and this Constitution; provided, the requirement admits of a Jurors conscience of belief in the formulation of a finding thereof.
§ 7.5.5 A Jury in all Courts of the Federation shall be composed of twelve Individuals, three of whom are chosen by a double-blind, random process wherein the selection of the Juror is immutable, and whose universe for selection shall be defined solely on the basis of the full extent of the given Court’s physical jurisdiction. The remaining nine members shall be chosen in a like manner initially, after which they may, if the Court agrees, be struck from the Jury and replaced by another Juror chosen in like manner, and this process may repeat, provided the first three selected, immutable Jurors remain. Nothing in this provision shall be construed to deny the Court the option of replacing any one or combination of the initial, immutably selected Jurors if, for any reason outside the Juror’s and Court’s control, that Juror is not able to serve in said capacity, or if serving in that capacity would deny that Juror’s rights under this Constitution; and provided, the same selection process is employed for each replacement. In any case, no Court or lawful delegate of the Federation shall tamper in any manner with the composition of a Jury so as to disfurnish this provision.
§ 7.5.6 No lawful delegate of the Federation in the execution of Official duties shall act as to furnish nor disfurnish any cause or purpose other than an Official duty and not by necessity or practical gain associated with said Official act.
§ 7.5.7 All acts cited in Article 7 of this Constitution as acts permissible or denied by a lawful delegate of the Federation shall serve prima facie in the role of tort for any civil case brought against the torfeasor, regardless of whether the plaintiff or the torfeasor is an official delegate of the Federation.
Article 7 – Section 6
§ 7.6.1 No lawful delegate of the Federation shall trespass, enter upon, or otherwise extract information from within, the habitual place of residence of any Individual for any reason, at any time or under any circumstances notwithstanding any consent or invitation provided by that Individual; except as provided for in §7.6.2 of this Constitution.
§ 7.6.2 Only upon probable cause of the commission of an ongoing crime requiring entry or trespass, or upon a signed and notarized invitation from an Individual, shall a lawful delegate of the Federation trespass, enter upon, or otherwise extract information from within, the habitual place of residence of that Individual provided; the delegate upon the case of an invitation shall hail to conduct Official business or private affairs, and adding that in such a case no signature or notary of invitation shall be required, or provided; the delegate is committed upon active pursuit of an Individual or Individuals he or she shall, under exigency, reasonably surmise to be a danger to the rights of another Individual as enumerated in this Constitution or provided; a court of the proper jurisdiction shall issue an order to protect an Individual’s said rights who, it is found under oath or affirmation, is presently located therein the residence and is presently in danger of serious injury or death or held against their will or provided; the clear and present national security of the Federation will not admit of observing any provisions of this Section or §7.6.1 of this Constitution. And any act to evade justice by exercise of an Individual’s sovereignty of abode mentioned supra shall, in all cases, prejudice their guilt in absentia for any crime for which they might be charged.
§ 7.6.3 Only upon probable cause for trespass upon a private property not serving as any habitual place of residence shall any lawful delegate of the Federation enter upon without consent, or otherwise extract information from within without consent, any such private property subject to the jursidiction of the Federation; provided that probable cause is supported upon an oath or affirmation and that, exclusive of all else, the actions to be taken upon entry, things to be examined or observed, or things to be held temporarily by authority as according to Law, are clearly listed thereon.
§ 7.6.4 No lawful delegate of the Federation shall act upon any oath, affirmation, or order of a court, until the Individual or their interest of who is the object of the oath, affirmation or order has the means and time, within a reasonable standard set by Law, to learn its content and verify its authenticity as having been issued by legitimate authority.
§ 7.6.5 No lawful delegate of the Federation may knowingly engage in deception of any Individual when executing any official act by misrepresenting the rules of law, their legal rights, their legal status or any other legal matter unless authorized by an order of the court of proper jurisdiction where the deception regarding Rule of Law is to occur and stating what deception regarding Rule of Law is to be used and providing the investigative or legal necessity for such action.
Article 7 – Section 7
§ 7.7.1 Any and all forms of punishment by any lawful delegate of the Federation, to include all forms of Capital punishment or penalties of death, shall not exist in the Federation or any place subject to Its jurisdiction; except as the House of the Legislator may by Law direct death or injury be lawful as an act not of punishment but of clear, present and exigent necessity for the security of the Federation or for the public order wherever said circumstances do not admit of any lesser application of force.
§ 7.7.2 The right of any Individual to obtain necessity in absolute defense to prejudice bias for life generally, whether acting Officially or privately, secondary to bias for the lives of themselves or their consanguinity shall not be infringed.
§ 7.7.3 Nothing in this Article should be construed to deny any lawful delegate of the Federation, in a manner prescribed by law, the right to confine for any period of time any Individual adjudicated and convicted in a court of law of the Federation as a threat to the public safety, to themselves, the Federation or any other protected entity, object or property as may be defined by Law.
§ 7.7.4 Nothing in this Article should be construed to make unlawful any acts of physical or psychological harm to an Individual that may present as a minor and reasonable but practically necessary consequence to arrest, detention, confinement, questioning or medical treatment; nor shall injuries or deaths consequent to physical resistance or a presenting threat to authority acting in Rule of Law be necessarily contrary to this Constitution.
Article 7 – Section 8
§ 7.8.1 The right of the Individual to be secure and safe in their sexual and/or emotional affections – regardless of their nature – and to privacy in their residences in their sexual, medical and psychological behaviors, features, passions, conditions, beliefs, conscience, and words shall not be infringed – or otherwise held against them in abeyance of certain rights or privileges of Law – by any lawful delegate of the Federation.
§ 7.8.2 The right of the Individual to create a natural family, and to procreate in any biological manner, with anyone of their choosing who consents in free will, without interference, and to, under the law, enjoy the presumption of protections necessary for the maintenance and health of their family, shall not be infringed; excluding the provisions given in §7.8.3 and §7.10.3 of this Constitution.
§ 7.8.3 The right of any Individual to have and to hold any sexual relationship, up to and including any sexual act which might derive of it, as in a relationship between two Individuals or as in a group of Individuals, with any other Individual or Individuals, regardless of their legal, social, biological, generational, religious or general relationship to that person, shall not be infringed.
§ 7.8.4 As exception to §7.8.2, the House of the Legislator shall exercise sole power, to specifically exclude individual States, to regulate the number of offspring any one Individual may knowingly produce, but if so regulating for one then for all Individuals in the jurisdiction of the Federation likewise and if for one State then for all. Notwithstanding this Section, the Federation’s power to limit one’s count of offspring shall extend to no fewer than two surviving offspring per biological couple.
§ 7.8.5 The right of the Individual to eschew procreating or partnering free of discrimination for same shall not be infringed. The right of any Individual to consensually utilize means of influencing natural consequences to the sexual act, to include means of preventive birth control, shall not be infringed. The right of any Individual to procreate without a traditional family and with the presumption of the same protections necessary for the maintenance and health of their partner or partners and their consanguinity, shall not be infringed.
§ 7.8.6 The right of the Individual, and of any Individual, to proclaim and bear out a union with any other Individual or Individuals, regardless of their biological capacity to procreate, and to enjoy the same uniform presumption of protections which existed naturally before the union and are necessary for the maintenance and health of that union in Rule of Law in the Federation, shall not be infringed.
§ 7.8.7 The power to establish in Law responsibilities in any declared union or family, upon the one or one’s making the union, an exigible of union or family wherever those responsibilities are not modest, reasonable and manifestly and scientifically pertinent to the health and durability of the family or union, shall not exist within the Federation or to any place subject to Its jurisdiction.
§ 7.8.8 No individual subject to the jurisdiction of the Federation shall be made to suffer the loss of physical or legal custody of their natural child provided; the court of proper jurisdiction can find no overwhelming, incontrovertible moral necessity to do so. In cases of mother and father residing separately, both mother and father shall thus be presumed to have equal custodial rights, including equal physical exposure and time with the child.
§ 7.8.9 The right of any Individual to alter or modify their sex, whether by natural or unnatural means, and without discrimination, and upon the cause of their genuine conscience of gender wherever they so aver, shall not be infringed.
§ 7.8.10 The right of any Individual who is twelve years of age or older to obtain full standing in Equity and Law as bearing full legal capacity in all matters of Law and Economics shall not be infringed. Nothing in this Section shall be taken to construe that legal guardians of the same may not make motion to the Court of appropriate jurisdiction to constrain the presumption of legal capacity for any such Individual less than sixteen years of age or who, for reasons other than chronological age and/or maturity, is found by a jury of their peers to lack capacity.
§ 7.8.11 No Individual who has attained the age of twelve years or greater, and who shall not be found by a jury of their peers to lack capacity, shall be denied the rights guaranteed generally by this Constitution, nor shall any age of any Individual greater than twelve years – to explicitly include any advanced age – be held in abeyance of any rights or privileges guaranteed under this Constitution. In accordance with this provision, the Federation shall act uniformly not to disfurnish the means of any Individual twelve years of age or greater – to again explicitly include any advanced age – to earn a respectable living, engage in commerce, pursue an education or otherwise realize the same pursuits generally guaranteed to any other Individual. Nor shall any female be denied the same rights, privileges and presumptions of worthy pursuits on account of the pregnancy, early care or other legitimate obligations to her consanguinity.
§ 7.8.12 Any Individual who, prior to having attained the age of sixteen years, was found to lack capacity by a jury of their peers, shall, by dint of this provision, be recognized as bearing full legal capacity in all Law and Equity in the Federation upon attaining the age of sixteen years. Nothing in this provision shall be construed to deny any Court of the appropriate jurisdiction the authority to revoke the legal capacity of an Individual after attaining the age of sixteen years if so determined by a jury of their peers.
§ 7.8.13 No mother or father shall be denied the rights guaranteed under this Constitution on account of the pregnancy, in the case of a female, or the early care of their consanguinity in the case of both males and females.
§ 7.8.14 Any Individual within the jurisdiction of the Federation who shall have suffered a clear and present loss or denial of General Equity as determined by a Court of the appropriate jurisdiction on account of their sex, shall be entitled to full legal remedy for the same from the tortfeasor as said Court may find.
§ 7.8.15 Excepting such cases as arising in § 7.9.11 of this Constitution, any Individual who shall enter any Court of the Federation for any reason shall enjoy the right to a finding of General Equity by a jury of their peers; and wherever the physiological characteristics of one’s sex shall solely wax material, by a likewise, subject matter limited, same-sex jury of their peers.
§ 7.8.16 The Parliament shall pass no Law nor shall any court of the Federation issue Specific Performance denying any Individual the right join or partake in any family unit abiding this Constitution, regardless of social structure, to include all voluntary associations of Intentional Communities or other communal arrangements. Should a public need for the temporary care of children by persons other than the children’s natural parents, as the obligations of the parents may from time to time or with scheduled frequency require, be identified, the Federation shall promote the non-discriminatory use of private, Intentional Communities as the preferred solution.
§ 7.8.17 No court or lawful delegate of the Federation shall revoke or diminish legal or physical custody of any Individual’s natural child without first granting the Individual the right to join, and to likewise surrender the custodial rights withdrawn from the parent by the court, to an Intentional Community; provided, proper redundant oversight for the safe and health of the child can be assured, the association made is voluntary between Individual and Community, and the program of the Intentional Community has been approved by the court of appropriate jurisdiction, either by a ruling or by the issuance of Fieri Facis. In any case, the courts of the Federation shall in all such cases involving a removal, reduction or otherwise disfurnishing of custodial rights of any parent operate with deliberate prejudice to transfer those custodial rights lost to an agent, Individual or entity that is fully independent of any governmental or public agency or authority.
Article 7 – Section 9
§ 7.9.1 The right of every Individual to life, liberty and the general pursuit of happiness and contentment shall not be infringed.
§ 7.9.2 The right of every Individual abiding in Law and Equity to be secure in all their general liberties shall not be infringed.
§ 7.9.3 The right of every Individual to commit any act of commission or omission which does not disfurnish the natural rights of others shall not be infringed or regulated.
§ 7.9.4 All Individuals shall be presumed eligible – without condition – for elected office but for want of talent or virtue.
§ 7.9.5 The Federation shall guarantee to all Individuals in all law and equity the presumption of equal standing under the law and full legal capacity – with all the rights implied or codified in this Constitution – unless and until a feature other than income, assets, gender, religion, conscience, beliefs, chronological age, sexual affections, race or ethnicity is proven and adjudicated by a jury of their peers to qualify them as unequal or lacking capacity under the law.
§ 7.9.6 The right of the Individual to have and to hold private property shall not be infringed.
§ 7.9.7 The right of the Individual to be free of coercion or undue influence in relinquishing private property to public use, shall not be infringed. This shall not be construed to preclude the exercise of imminent domain for worthy public use and wherever it entails no coercion or undue influence.
§ 7.9.8 No Individual shall be held to answer for a crime for which they may be detained or lose liberties without first being indicted by a Grand Jury, excepting such cases arising in the Armed Forces of the Federation, nor shall any Individual be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of detention or loss of liberties whether explicitly or by the de facto conviction of violation of 2 or more laws of similar nature; nor shall any Individual be compelled in any court case to be a witness against himself or herself, nor be deprived of liberty.
§ 7.9.9 In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and internal political division wherein the crime shall have been committed, which division shall have been previously ascertained by State 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 or her defense.
§ 7.9.10 No Individual shall be compelled to suffer any financial loss on account of being charged with a crime or misdemeanor in any court of the Federation if they are duly found innocent of the charge that directly or indirectly caused the loss. Any valid loss suffered in such a case shall enjoy automatic full legal remedy and compensation.
§ 7.9.11 In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed the product of the smallest current Federal currency and 10,000, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise reexamined in any court of the Federation, than according to the rules of the common law. In any case, any common law within the Federation or any place subject to Its jurisdiction shall bias initially to be a matter of first impression upon the court, and only secondarily shall precedent wax material.
§ 7.9.12 No lawful delegate of the Federation shall exercise authority outside that provided by Rule of Law and equity in law as established as such and as provided in this Constitution.
§ 7.9.13 Neither primogeniture as a practice nor dynastic inheritance of property, rights or privileges not granted Individuals uniformly shall exist within the Federation or any place subject to Its jurisdiction. Nothing in this Section shall be construed to deny the designation of an Individual, if that designation be the only thing inherited, as a member of any House of the Federation as provided in this Constitution.
§ 7.9.14 Excessive bail for release from confinement shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed.
§ 7.9.15 Excepting the provisions of §1.1.4, the right of free association shall not be infringed.
Article 7 – Section 10
§ 7.10.1 Any act of the Federation requiring discretion shall be fully documented and recorded securely and independently in a manner to be determined by Law; and recorded as near to real-time as technological limitations allow. The Senate, once every ten years, shall initiate, and by and with the concurrence of the House of the Judiciary, an examination of these records to recommend to the House of the Legislator that they be made public if it deems proper; which the House of the Legislator may so do by appropriate legislation wherever it sees fit.
§ 7.10.2 Upon disclosure of acts of the Federation deemed discreet to the House of the Judiciary, the House of the Judiciary shall review those records for probable cause of a crime. If probable cause makes, the House of the Judiciary shall hold hearings as it deems proper to prosecute said crimes. The House of the Judiciary shall establish a special court of discretion – enjoying immunity from public observation – to prosecute the crime, should secrecy still be required. In any case, wherever secrecy is required, those proceedings shall likewise be recorded as in § 7.10.1.
Article 7 – Section 11
§ 7.11.1 Any form of slavery generally defined as any valuable consideration in speculation of the future performance of a human being, coerced or voluntary or implicit or explicit; shall not exist within the Federation, or any place subject to Its jurisdiction.
§ 7.11.2 No monetary loan not issued upon an MPI nor any interest fee assessed by any means shall exist within the Federation, or any place subject to Its jurisdiction.
§ 7.11.3 Employment, or status in employment, conditioned upon any act of commission or omission of the employee which manifestly contributes not to the employees legitimate organizational financial productivity in their role of employment shall not exist within the Federation or any place subject to Its jurisdiction.
§ 7.11.4 No law of the Federation or lawful delegate of the Federation shall prejudice remedy by dint of natural economic acts outside a Individual’s control, in whole or part, on behalf of said Individual’s right to Equity in Law, Equity in Economics or General Equity.
§ 7.11.5 The House of the Fiduciary shall establish by Law one, and only one, dignified and livable minimum standard of compensation for all time committed by Individuals in public and private, and upon which a sum of that and a metric of Individual financial productivity may apply to hence redound to a total income or profit.
§ 7.11.6 No bank, interest bearing economic enterprise, contract or association; interest obligation or fractional reserve organization or scheme shall exist within the Federation or any place subject to Its jurisdiction. All economic growth shall make upon an MPI, with zero interest and zero fractional reserves, whose form and specifics the House of the Legislator shall by Law establish and by Law render immune to corruption and fraud.
§ 7.11.7 All Individuals unemployed or lacking sustained productive work, as the House of the Legislator shall have defined by the same Law referenced in § 7.12.2, shall receive of the Treasury a stipend equal to one-fourth of the sum of the the average cost within the jurisdiction of the Federation of Individual private housing, clothing, food and bare expense necessity.
Article 7 – Section 12
§ 7.12.1 No Individual shall be denied access to any mental health services for any reason if the service is professionally indicated and is feasible to provide. And any Individual involuntarily separated from employment more than five times within any five year period due to insufficient productivity shall receive a direct, confidential offer for mental health services without charge or onerous condition from a lawful delegate of the Federation as the House of the Legislator shall provide by law.
§ 7.12.2 Any Individual unemployed or lacking sustained productive work, as the House of the Legislator shall define by Law, for a period exceeding two years shall be subject to placement and, if needed, re-placement, in employment roles for a period of five years according to the needs of the Federation and in accordance with that Individual’s qualification, interests, talent and best likelihood for achieving maximum productivity. And no employer may deny or frustrate such placement. The House of the Legislator shall standardize this process by appropriate legislation.
§ 7.12.3 The Federation shall provide up to the capacity of the economy as it deems it, financial, employment, medical, mental, quality of life treatments and any other services credibly indicated for the promotion of the good health of a human being for all Individuals in its jurisdiction and no Individual, by reason of want of the finite resources the Federation by law assigns, shall suffer said services in values less than any other Individual who seeks the same.
§ 7.12.4 The Federation shall provide educational services for all Individuals, up to and including the highest standardized degree of education in an Individual’s native State, with all resources for operation provided by the Federation. No publicly funded school, college or University of the Federation shall levy any charge to any Individual for any reason; nor shall it deny public access to its records, academic findings, research results and other information favorable to the public good provided; the Federation resources required to comply are insufficient to appreciably undermine the institutions further capacity to function as that institution operating with its given budget.
§ 7.12.5 The Federation shall guarantee to each citizen a core education leading to the highest competence in; their spoken native language, English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Law and Economics; up to each Individual’s personal capacity. Basic functional literacy, tested or observed degree of comprehension of content notwithstanding, in the language grammar of English and Mathematics shall likewise be assured.
§ 7.12.6 Not less than ten percent of all time consumed in the education of all Individuals of less than twelve years age and within the jurisdiction of the Federation shall be allocated for education in any matter of that Individual’s guardian’s discretion, which the Federation shall provide in a strictly neutral and egalitarian manner as the House of the Legislator shall determine by Law.
§ 7.12.7 The Federation shall provide no education in any subject matter beyond that provided by § 7.12.5, § 7.12.6 and § 7.12.9 of this Constitution for any Individual less than twelve years age.
§ 7.12.8 All scientific research study reports performed within the Federation shall, upon publication or dissemination in the Federation, be discriminated and identified clearly and prominently as having been submitted with, or as the case may be without, all primary sources and/or any data upon which the methodology/s of the study shall depend or which it shall reference directly or indirectly; and all such sources and/or data shall be disseminated or published or otherwise made available simultaneously with said report.
§ 7.12.9 The Federation shall, before an Individual’s citizenship in the Federation shall have exceeded twelve years continuously, guarantee and require for and of all such Individuals an impartial, exhaustive education in the standing statutory Code of the Federation, the principles of virtue as understood in General Federalism, and the legal processes and principles of this Constitution of the Federation.
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