Merits of Freedom - Constitution of the Merit State of Regelis

  • Article 0: Definitions
  • Article 1: Freedom of Complete Security
  • Article 2: Freedom of Universal Speech
  • Article 3: Freedom of Information Acquisition
  • Article 4: Freedom of Organized Protest
  • Article 5: Freedom of Exercised Religion
  • Article 6: Freedom of Individual Expression
  • Article 7: Freedom of Political Asylum

Article 0: Definitions

Person

Any being who would in every instance;

  • {a} exercise and understand all of the freedoms granted to any other person through will alone, (and)
  • {b} would act upon, coordinate, (or) communicate with others to balance the moral average of all other people, (and)
  • {c} create through due process of law, a method of enforcing this balance to purge the people of hatred, (and)
  • {d} motivate themselves to develop and improve the quality of life for the benefit of all people.

Freedom

An irremovable sense, feeling, (or) responsibility that cannot be denied to any person that;

  • {a} was bestowed upon them at the moment of their birth, (and)
  • {b} cannot be removed from them by any force, by anyd means, for any reason, by any person (or) collection of individual people.

Right

A freedom that has, by order of the state of Regelis, is enforced by this Constitution and the government in which the constitution represents, that;

  • {a} has been extended, (or) included to resolve disagreements, dissolve disputes, (or) to grant additional freedoms that would otherwise, (not)
  • {b} be given to a person as a sensible right of their birth, (or)
  • {c} could be taken away from them by the state should a person infringe upon the freedoms and rights of another individual.

Citizen

A person whom;

  • {a} pays taxes to the state of Regelis, (and)
  • {b} has all personal freedoms and rights acquitted to them through their own free will, as described in this Constitution, (and)
  • {c} has visited, (or) occupies a territory of state, (or)
  • {d} has been declared a citizen by order of the government of the state of Regelis, (and)
  • {e} obeys laws put into effect via the houses of the state of Regelis, (and)
  • {f} does not infringe upon the rights and freedoms of any other citizen, (or)
  • {g} is seeking political asylum under a principle laid forth by Article 7 of this constitution.

National

A citizen whom;

  • {a} in addition, has lived within the territory of the state for a period of no less that 8 years, (or)
  • {b} is employed by the state, its government, and entity of that government, (or) the military of Regelis, (or)
  • {c} was born within the territory of the state, without regard to the nationality of the parent(s).

Variables

  • +concent_age+ 16 years
  • +gambling_age+ 18 years
  • +intoxication_age+ 18 years
  • +majority_age+ 18 years
  • +minimum_wage+ 1 Houro H Per Hour
  • +service_age+ 18 years
  • +suffrage_age+ 18 years
  • +working_age+ 15 years

Article 1: Freedom of Complete Security

The people have the freedom to remain completely secure, not only from forces outside of their control, but from outside of the confines of our borders, as well threats within. This complete security is extended to them through the possession of any armament one would use to defend themselves. We know that the people would feel forfeited of this right if another arms themselves against them in a manor that would diminish the power of this freedom in their eyes. For this reason, it will be the state's duty keeps such armaments in the hands of those skilled enough to use them. This article enforces the following duties upon the state, and provides the following services to the people.

  • {a} The establishment of a nationally standardized, state operated weapons registration system for firearms and armaments.
  • {b} No law abridging the right for a citizen to carry a bladed weapon into any public venue shall be made. With the exception of areas in which education and government are involved, (or) in areas of privately owned property.
  • {c} The retention of land to the owner that land will remain paramount, (and) no unlawful requisition of land or property will be accepted by the state as truth. Unless this land is reclaimed by the state for violation of rights, freedoms, (or) laws of the state of Regelis.
  • {d} The establishment of a state operated military, as well as, a nationally standardized state funded people's army for the purpose of securing the people's control over their government. These organizations will be responsible for the safe regulation of weapons with territory of the state, and separate from the control of the government of the state.

Article 2: Freedom of Universal Speech

The people should have the ability to speak of the injustices of the state, of the people, (or) of circumstance at any time without fear of retaliation or censorship. In the manor of speech the people have the power or scope to act as they please, unless broadcast in those unwilling to the voice of reason. To protect the people's liberty from each others right to universal speech, restrictions have to apply. In this regard, private institutions, and centers of education have the right to restrict speech from within their scope. The people are asked to respect their freedoms. This freedom extends to include, and respects, the press in all cases in which the press does not infringe upon other person's freedoms. The press is encouraged to catalog both the greatest of the people's accomplishments, and the horrors that the people suffer at the hands of others or forces outside of our control. However, in light of the freedoms that this article represents; no cunt will fuck the people's right to free speech. This article enforces the following duties upon the state, and provides the following services to the people.

  • {a} The establishment of a state operated broadcasting network in addition to private ventures in all forms of media and communication. These networks will be separate from the state serving the people, at the discretion of the people's consent. Communication in this medium will be established by the people.
  • {b} Censorship will be controlled by the people in relation to education and public state institutions. In this respect, a democratic opinionated response will govern these mediums of communication.
  • {c} The establishment of a state operated communications network between all people, represented by these rights or rights outside of the state are open to all speech about any person, organization or private institution, including those within the state and its government, both publicly and transparently. Investigation into injustices will be taken seriously by the state in order to preserve its national security.

Article 3: Freedom of Information Acquisition

The people have the freedom to access information at their own will, in relation to any subject they seek, without fear of intervention by the government. Unfortunately, there will be those who use this information freedom as a means to bring harm upon others or themselves. This cannot be avoided, so the state will make no attempts to prevent it, in the hopes that other, informed citizens, may take action against them. Because of the nature of the transparency our government will attempt to take, sensitive information will need to be restricted from the public eye in respect of national security. There are many examples of situations that would incur of this. Therefore, we hope the public will respect the government's decision to value secrecy more than information freedom in such sensitive circumstances. Trust that the government will, in due time, shed light of this information in a manner both public, (and) obvious. This article enforces the following duties upon the state, and provides the following services to the people.

  • {a} The establishment of a state operated network of research and development materials, under direct control of the people.
  • {b} Any person of any age may seek, through a center of education, information relating to any subject of their interest. However, they are to expect retaliation if the information they seek is unjust.
  • {c} There is some subject matter that in all circumstances that are unjust and immoral to the people at large. It will be clear to the people what this is, thus a promise is made by the state to the people to support the restriction of access of such information.
  • {d} The establishment of an entire branch of the government, dedicated to making information free to all people represented by these rights or those outside of the state. It will distribute this information to the public as well as secure control of personal information to each person.
  • {e} An bank of know scientific research knowledge, for the betterment of all mankind, available to be accessed at will, by any person who wishes to do so, regardless of their allegiance to the state of Regelis.

Article 4: Freedom of Organized Protest

The people may assemble in any public place for any reason, even in numbers insurmountable, in order to bring to light issues that are in their eyes, and of the people at large, to be unjust; against any private institution, public service, or against the state or government itself. This freedom represents the democratic power of the people, even should democratic freedom not be recognized by the state. When the people arise, a revolution in the thoughts of, and actions of, a civilization also take place. Interference of this kind can spark fear in the people, and for this reason, the people's government have taken the responsibility to ensure their security. Ironically, when the people are rising fist against the government, who is trying to protect the people by deterring the fist of revolution; the government can appear oppressive. This is not just, so measures must be taken in order to deter the complications and facsimiles to these revolutionary ideologies. This article enforces the following duties upon the state, and provides the following services to the people.

  • {a} The establishment of a law enforcement agency, as a sub organization of the people's army, in order to protect citizens in their day to day lives, and to mediate the force of people when the fist of revolution arises. This law enforcement is no control, direct, or indirect by the government as a whole, but instead the state's judges, and its judicial branch the House of Judges.
  • {b} An organized, delivered, (and) controlled method; with ease of use, for any citizen to occupy a public space, without fear of retaliation by local enforcement of law. Any land controlled by the state, with the exception of centers of primary education, or private property, is employed this purpose in addition to any normal function.

Article 5: Freedom of Exercised Religion

Article 6: Freedom of Individual Expression

Article 7: Freedom of Political Asylum