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Constitution of the Union of Communist Republics

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Constitution of the Union of Communist Republics

Post by RA2Leader on Mon Aug 13, 2012 2:09 pm

Chapter I
Article I: Purposes and Principles

The Purpose of the UCR is:
1. To maintain peace and security of all of its member states, and to that end: to take effective cooperative measures for the prevention and removal of threats to the peace, and for the containment of acts of aggression or other breaches of the peace, and to bring about by peaceful means;
2. To develop friendly relations among nations based on Ideals of Socialism, and to take appropriate measures to strengthen them.
3. To achieve co-operation of Socialist nations in solving international problems of an economic, social, cultural, or humanitarian character, and in promoting and encouraging respect for social rights and for basic freedoms for all without difference as to race, sex, language, religion or orientation.
4. To be a center for the dealings of Socialist nations in the acquirement of these common goals.

The Organization and its Members, in pursuit of the Purposes stated in Article 1, shall act in accordance with the following Principles.

1. The Organization is based on the principle of the equality of all its Members.
2. All Members, in order to ensure to all of them the rights and benefits resulting from membership, shall fulfill in good faith the obligations assumed by them in accordance with the present Constitution.
3. All Members shall settle their disputes by peaceful means in such a manner that peace and security, and justice are not endangered.
4. All Members shall refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force against the political independence of any Nation, without an approval from the Defense Department or Premier.
5. All Members shall give the UCR assistance in any action it takes in accordance with the present Constitution, and shall refrain from giving support to any state against which the UCR is taking policing action against.

Chapter II
Article I: Applications

1. Membership in the UCR. is open to all other Socialist states which accept the obligations contained in the present Constitution and, in the judgment of the Organization, are able and willing to carry out these obligations.
2. The admission of any such state to membership in the UCR. will be affected by a decision of the General Assembly and by the Government.
3. All Members of the UCR shall agree obey the Constitution of the UCR.
4. All members shall have an active Profile on the UCR off site Forums.
5. All members shall have their Alliance affiliation set to "Union of Communist Republics"
6. Properly fill out their Application
7. Answer the Graduation test correctly with 100% correct.
8. Applying members cannot be a listed member of another alliance (enemy of the state to a foreign power)
9. Listed or formerly listed as an "Enemy of the State" of the UCR.
10. Cannot currently be engaged in an offensive war.
11. Applying member cannot be a multi or can not be a foreign spy.

A Member of the UCR. which has persistently violated the Principles contained in the present Constitution may be expelled from the Organization by the General Assembly or by the Government upon the recommendation of the Government or of the General Assembly.

All applications to the UCR will be handled by the Premier (or the Commissars) who may accept, reject, or refer any applications to the General Assembly.

Article II: Komsomol

After an applicant's application is approved, he or she will be at the rank of "Komsomol."
The first 5 days of membership shall be spent studying and asking questions after which a general knowledge test shall be issued to be completed and returned not more than one week from the issued date. The test will be reviewed and membership status determined with those nations that receive a passing grade being made full members.
2.  If Komsomol had not passed graduation test with 100% then membership will be halted for an additional two weeks, or expelled if Internal Affairs deems it necessary.
3.  Graduating Tests can only be issued and graded by the Internal Affairs Commissar.

Article III: Membership Rights
1. Member nations may govern their nations as they please, however they must come to the aid of a fellow member nation under attack when called with orders from the Government, uphold the core values of communism or socialism, and exist on the red sphere.
2. All member nations of the UCR have a right to a fair trial if they commit a crime against the alliance.
3. Member nations of the Union of Communist Republics are not to be discriminated against regardless of age, sex, physical or emotional disability, height, weight, sexual orientation or race.
4. Member nations of the UCR have the right to free and open discussion, protest, and petition as long as it conforms to forum rules and does not contain derogatory or otherwise offensive or violence orientated material.
5. Member nations have the right to resign after a notice of resignation is given 24 hours before actually departing from the alliance. In which case, the said nation must remove their Union of Communist Republics alliance tags within 24 hours, or equivalent to server update to protect the alliance and its members. Failure to do so may result in military repercussions.

Article IV: Expulsion
Any member may be expelled or otherwise punished, upon trial and conviction, for reasons including, but not limited to:

1. Declarations of war on an UCR member or ally
2. Unauthorized declarations of war on any nation
3. Membership in another alliance
4. Forwarding information to other alliances
5. Disobeying the lawful order of a superior, or the Court
6. Desertion in war
7. Actions unbecoming of an UCR member
8. Disobeying any other laws of the UCR.
9. Performing Harmful acts to the Union.

Chapter III:  Government

Article I: Premier

The Premier is the Highest officer, leader, and representative of the Republic.

SECTION II: Powers. Duties
1. The Premier has the power to create or disband departments as necessary, other than those outlined in the constitution.
2. He/she also has the power to approve non-military treaties.
3. The right to enact martial law and clear out all Commissars.
4. Also has the right to take down “unlawful” votes,  and deny applying members.  
5. Also has the right to declare someone an “enemy of the state.”
6. has the power to create Alliance holliday
7. has the power to hand out medals and ribbons.
8. has the power to get down and call a communist party.

The Premier is elected for life, or until removed by a vote of no confidence or steps down.

Article II: Commissars

The Duty of a Commissar is to ensure the smooth operation of the alliance by assisting the General Assembly and the Premier in Day to day activities. Each commissar may assign Lieutenants to assist them with their duties. In the event of a criminal trial, Commissars will play the role of Judge.

Each Commissar must report in with the General Assembly twice a month, this is an opportunity to keep the membership informed of progress and happenings in the wider world.  If a commissar fails to report in they may be removed from office in place of a more active commissar.

Commissar of Defense
This position has the task of controlling the military of the UCR and ensuring that the UCR is safe from attack and that all hostile nations are disposed of quickly and efficiently.

1.  Powers/ Duties

A. The Defense Commissar can give targets to member nations during times of war or in defense of an allied nation.
B. The Commissar can advise Foreign Affairs and the Premier in matters of defense and offensive.
C. The Commissar is responsible for keeping track of member nations that have gone AWOL, or that have attacked other nations.
D. Is responsible for issuing orders to all nations and rallying them to the call of war.
E. Has the Power to give warnings to members.
F. Can hand out Medals and ribbons.
G. Has the power to call for a roll call.


Commissar of Foreign Affairs
This position is in charge of negotiating and improving relations with other alliances as well as representing the UCR.

1. Powers/ Duties

A. The Foreign Affairs Commissars must represent the UCR the in best light possible.
B. The Commissar will keep a active list of Alliances in which we have an embassy with.
C. The Commissar will keep Government Informed of all dealings with foreign governments.
D. The Commissar will maintain relations with all Allies and others deemed important.
E. Can hand out medals and ribbons.
F. The commissar will be responsible for arranging tech deals with 3rd party nations and alliances.


Commissar of Internal Affairs
This position is in charge of the everyday events of the alliance. The Commissar of Internal Affairs also oversees the other departments and their duties, the recruitment and admissions process, and the education of new members.

1 Powers/ Duites

A. The Commissar of Internal Affairs must review all applying members and diplomats.
B. The Commissar must mask them or deny them in a timely fashion
C. The Commissar must also add newly accepted members Ingame.
D. The Commissar is also Responsible to end all discussions that go against the “Civil Discussion Act” or go against alliance protocol.
E. Can give out punishments such as warnings, temporary ban, and expulsion.
F. Can ask for updates on the inners working of other departments.
G. Can strip other government members of their duties if necessary.
H. Can bring evidence against members and set up trials.    
I. To set up and operate a forum in which members can receive medals and ribbons for their deeds.  
J. To gather all relevant data in the alliance for safe keeping.
J. Has the power to warn members for infractions.
K. Has the power to count.
L. Will be responsible for arranging internal tech deals and trade circles.  

Article III: The General Assembly of the Union of Communist Republics

The General Assembly is the main government body of the UCR and is composed of all full member nations. It has the task of voting on legislation for the alliance, electing government, and removing government through a vote of no confidence. Unless otherwise stated any votes by the General Assembly shall take 72 hours and/or shall be determined by a simple majority rules.

SECTION II: Powers/duties
A. The General Assembly consists of all full members.
B. Komsomol do not have the right to vote in GA votes.
C. Can bring forth legislation to be discussed, reviewed, voted on, and adopted.
D. has the right of no confidence.
E. has the right to vote on military treaties.  

Article IV: Vote of No Confidence

“Vote of No Confidence” is the process by which a member of the government is removed from their position by a General Assembly vote. A motion for a Vote of No Confidence must be submitted with the names of at least five supporters and the reason for the vote. The governmental duties, privileges, and powers of a government member subject to a Vote of No Confidence shall be suspended until the conclusion of a vote of No Confidence.

Chapter IV: Military and War

Article I: General Military Code

A. No member of the Union of Communist Republics shall engage in any aggressive attacks or spy missions that are not explicitly authorized by the Premier or the People's Commissar of Defense.
B. Members are obligated to follow military orders issued by the Premier, the People's Commissar of Defense or military staff.
C. During times of war leaving the UCR, surrendering or keeping ones nation in peace mode by individual members without authorization shall be considered desertion and will be punished as such
D. Tech Raiding is not allowed under any circumstances.
E. Any aid to foreign nations at war must be approved by the Premier or People's Commissar of Defense.
F. Nuclear weapons shall not be used unless authorized by the Premier or the People's Commissar of Defense unless a nation has been attacked first by nuclear weapons.
G. In accordance with the Tillistan Initiative, all nations over 2000 nation strength need to have a warchest. The amount of the warchest should be a minimum of 18 days of tax collection at 28% income tax rate. Nations under 2000 strength are strongly encouraged to have a warchest, but are not required to. In addition to having a warchest, nations will be required to report their warchest when asked by the Premier, People's Commissar of Defense or People's Commissar for Finance.

Article II: Alliance Warfare

A. The UCR will not commit unprovoked acts of aggression and shall only commit to war in response to acts of aggression, real or threatened, against the UCR, or her allies.
B. In the event of such acts of violence the Premier, or in his absence the Peoples Commissars of Defense and Foreign Affairs, shall move for a declaration of war by presenting all necessary reasoning and recorded events to the General Assembly for review. Upon appropriate review, the General Assembly shall have 48 hours to vote and determine whether or not a declaration of war is appropriate, unless the action is previously authorized by a treaty
C. The General Assembly will declare peace via a 48 hour vote after reviewing the peace terms. If White Peace is given the Premier has the power to accept it without a General Assembly vote.
D. During times of open war the Premier, People's Commissar of Defense, or any other military staff members may designate target(s) free to attack for any period of time.

Article III: Martial Law
The Premier is given unrestricted control of the alliance; with the only exception being the constitution cannot be changed or thrown out, only suspended. Martial Law can be declared in situations where the ability to maintain order and security, and provide essential services is compromised. The Premier may declare martial law for no more than a week unless approved by the General Assembly. The Premier needs no approval to end Martial Law. Martial Law will be reviewed every two months (if it does extend beyond two months) by the General Assembly, who will then give vote to extend martial law, or discontinue it.

Article IV: Trial and Punishment

Any nation found breaking the constitution and/or engaging in inappropriate or disruptive conduct shall be tried by the Premier, and Commissars of the UCR. The Trial shall be presented as fairly as possible with the accused being allowed to explain their actions. During the next 72 hours anyone is allowed to present evidence related to the trial at hand and discussion shall take place concerning the case. At the end of discussion a vote takes place for 24 hours with a simple majority vote being required to determine whether the person on trial is guilty or not guilty along with the punishment that is appropriate for his actions.

Member nations have the right of appeal should they be tried and convicted. In the case of appeal the trial shall go to the General Assembly following similar procedures as those outlined above. Member nations also have the right of appeal should new evidence come to light that can prove their innocence; evidence presented in the original trial will be reviewed in the appeal.

Chapter V: Amendments and Disbandment
Article I: Amendment
Any member of the Union of Communist Republics may propose amendments to the Constitution. A majority vote of the member nations is required to ratify amendments to the Constitution.

Article II: Disbandment
To disband the Union of Communist Republics, a 2/3rd super majority vote of the member nations is required.

Article III: Tillistan Initiative
Tillistan Initiative, all nations over 2000 nation strength need to have a warchest. The amount of the warchest should be a minimum of 18 days of tax collection at 28% income tax rate. Nations under 2000 strength are strongly encouraged to have a warchest, but are not required to. In addition to having a warchest, nations will be required to report their warchest when asked by the Premier, People's Commissar of Defense or People's Commissar for Finance.

Article IV: Civil Discussion Act
The CDA gives the Government the right to properly police the UCR forums in the event of any major disagreement or when members have become unruly to each other. Members that Troll, flame, discriminate, or otherwise completely delittle other members can be punished, also if member attempt to Derail or attempt to openly deceive other members Can be punished. Punishments Include but not limited to:

1. First, Second offense: warning
2. Third Offense: 24 hour ban.
3. Fourth offense: 1 week forum ban
4. Fifth offense: 2 week forum ban.
5. Sixth offense: Complete ban on forum, in game AA, and if gov removed from post.
6. If a member can constructively post on the forums for a month the warnings will slowly be removed however lurking will not.
7. Any member of government can hand out warnings and warnings can be appealed through am unanimous Vote through Internal Affairs NKVD. In the event that there is not enough NKVD then through the Internal Affairs Commissar.

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