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the CONSTITUTION, for a sane society

Preamble

We believe that it is the inalienable right of the all people to have freedom and to enjoy the fruits of their toil and have the necessities of life, so that they may have full opportunities of growth. We believe also that if any government deprives a people of these rights and oppresses them the people have a further right to alter it or abolish it.

Incorporated in this constitution is the UN charter of Human Rights.

 

Every citizen of the country has equal status to all others and the state will endeavour to provide a minimum standard of living for every statement as outlined under Article 12.

 

Definitions

The Main (Republic/Monarchy) Government, the highest level of government within the Nation State. (e.g. UK)

The State Government, Country government (e.g. Scotland)

The Regional Government, County Government (e.g. South-West or Devon)

Local Government. Local government(e.g. Parish/Town councils)

 

Residents, People with the right of abode in the Nation State

Citizens, People full rights of the Nation State.

 

Article 1. Governance

Every UK citizen over 16 years will be entitled to one vote.

All representatives must be over 30 years.

No representative can hold more than one position

There are three levels of government.

Central Government
Regional Government
Local Government

Central government made up of two chambers. top Add Comment

 

Chamber 1 elected by constituency by Transferable vote. Approx 60,000 voters. Election 1. (max length of term 5 years)

Chamber 2 elected from lists, All parties that achieved 1% of the vote (based on everyone’s first choice in Election 1) (length of term 8 years)
Every .5% will represent 1 elected representative.

Responsibilities

Chamber 1.

Elected leader from its members, who in turn forms the government from the elected members of the Chamber. Who in turn will draft any legislation required.

All legislation will have to pass both houses by a majority before becoming law.

 

Chamber 2.

Any member can put forward any legislation which will need at least 100 representatives before it will be debated and potentially become law.

 

The leader and cabinet

Can without pre approval take emergency measures which will need retrospective approval within 4 weeks.

 

ARTICLE 2.

This constitution upholds the independence of the institutions of the Judiciary, the Media and the government.

Article 3.

The sovereignty resides in the people, from whom all of the power of the State emanates. That power is exercised directly or through the Assemblies of the People’s Power and other organs of the State derived from them, in the manner and according to the rules established by the Constitution and the laws.

Article 4.

All residents are equal before the law, fines will be issued according to the wealth of the guilty party.

Article 5.

All laws will be drafted by the government and approved by 60% of the parliamentary representatives in both parliamentary chambers.

The Central government will delegate all reasonable powers to the State Governments etc.

 

All residents over 16 have the right to vote top

1.      Elections to be held regularly to all chambers

1.1.      Main government to two chambers, two both chambers, open to all over 16 held.

A.           Chamber 1, forms the government from districts covering, approx. 20 thousand voters in each constituency each. elected every 6 years, by single transferable vote.

B.     Chamber 2, Elections to be held every four years based on the top 10 parties (as long as they acquired at least 1%, of the vote) initially voted for in the election to Chamber 1. (The initial vote before it was transferred is counted, not the party it was transferred to). The chamber consists of 300 members organised by the percentage of the vote. i.e. if the get 50% of the vote they have 50% of the seats. There fore if a third of a percentage point voted for a party they will get one representative. To be elected every 5 years.

1.2.      regional government elected every 5 years by single transferable vote

1.3.      Local government every 6 years

2.      All representatives must be over 30.

3.      Every resident over 16 has one vote every election.

4.      No one person can hold more than one elected position.

5.      Every resident has freedom of movement to and from the country, unless convicted or restricted by a court.

6.      Every citizen has the right to the basic income.

7.      Every resident has the right to claim citizenship after being a resident for 5 years.

8.      No citizen can hold citizenship of another country.

Responsibilities for Chamber 1

1.      to form a Government and Cabinet and elect a leader amongst themselves

To draft legislation on all matters except maters dealing with freedom of speech, (i.e. the Media) and the Judiciary.

2.       to analyse and debate legislation where a simple vote is over 50% passed, then forwarded to 2nd Chamber.

Responsibilities for Chamber 2

1.       To analyse and debate legislation where a simple vote over 55% passed then becomes passed and enters into law.

2.      To appoint judges and draft legislation regarding Freedom of Speech and the judiciary.

If any legislation is rejected by either chamber it does not become law.

Main roles in cabinet, Prime Minister from Chamber 1

Home secretary, from Chamber 2

No legislation to become law unless passed by both houses.

Regional government approx. million residents. Flexibility due to history 100 representatives,

Authority Planning, education

 

Local government approx. 100 000 residents 10 representatives

 

 

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