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We, the representatives of the people of Ali-Stan, declare this a representative republic of the people and for the people. The government as humble servants of the people insures the people justice, individual rights, protection both foreign and domestic, and the opportunity of a wholesome life filled with liberty and basic human rights.

Article I- The Republic

Title 1 Ali-Stan is a republic built on the principles of freedom, equality, and representation. Title 2 The governmental representatives are not allowed to oppress the people. They are to abide by the laws of the land and govern accordingly. Title 3 Any power, foreign or domestic, who tries to oppress the nation and overthrow the government, will be punished for treason. Should the nation be attacked, the duty of the government is to produce and maintain a strong military to provide defense.

Article II- Citizenship

Title 4 Citizenship will be granted to those born on Ali-Stan soil so as long as one parent is a citizen. Also, citizenship is given to children of unknown origin found within the perimeters of Ali-Stan. Title 5 If a child of at least one Ali-Stan citizen is born in a foreign land or military base, they are granted citizenship if a parent with proper documentation files the child as a citizen within 6 months of birth.

Title 6 Foreigners may apply for citizenship if they prove to be model citizens without any felonies, have means to work in our country, can pass an exam on our country written in our national language, and live in Ali-Stan for at least 3 years as a legal resident. Any other stipulations will be deemed by the immigration system. Title 7 Any foreigner convicted of a felony will serve their sentence and then be deported to their country of origin. Title 8 Foreigners are provided the same basic rights and protections under the law as citizens so long as they have not committed sedition.

Article III- Executive Branch

Title 9 The Supreme Council holds the executive power within Ali-Stan. It is council consisting of 13 people who are elected by the nation. The members of the council serve for six years. Seven of the members will be elected in one election and three years later the other six must be elected. Even years will be used to elect the seven and odd years will be used to elect the other six. The members may not be elected to consecutive terms. However, they may serve three terms which is a total of 18 years. The members must be born citizens of Ali-Stan. They may not be naturalized citizens. Title 10 The Supreme Council will consist of 7 politicians or civil servants and 6 experts in their field. Of the 6 experts one must have been, prior to the elections, some type of doctor, someone from a science field, a mathematician or engineer, a teacher, a farmer, and a military officer. They must have been actively involved in politics for at least 10 years and must be elected by the people. They must be at least 30 years old on January 1st when they begin their service.

Title 11 The Supreme Council may do the following: Be the Commander and Chief of the Ali-Stanian military. Send troops for a maximum of 60 days. Make treaties with foreign nations as long as 11 of the 15 members of the House of Servants agree. Make a suggested budget for the House of Servants. Appoint judges to the Chief Court and ambassadors. Grant pardons. Give quarterly state of the union addresses to notify the people of the countries well-being. Veto legislation passed by the House of Servants. Adopt new states into the union. In order to do the above, there must be a vote that results in at least 9 supporters and 4 who oppose. However, in order to send troops, there must be at least 7 supporters and only 6 that oppose.

Article IV Legislative Branch

Title 12 First and foremost, the House of the Servants is named to symbolically imply that these representatives are for the people and by the people. They are not literally in any sort of bondage. There will be 15 positions that will be nationally elected upon every 6 years. When the election comes, all positions will be elected at one time. They may not serve consecutive terms. No one can serve more than two terms or a total of 12 years. The positions must be filled by people at 30 years of age and older. The member must be born citizens of AliStan. They may not be naturalized citizens.

Title 13 The House of Servants will elect among them an official who will directly report to the Supreme Council, an official who will directly report to the people through use of media, and an official who will be their leader. The elected leader will be called the Voice of the Servants. The leader will conduct the meetings. They may not vote for themselves so the most worthy may win. Title 14 The House of servants has the power to do as follows: Tax the citizens and businesses at any rate but no higher than 35%. Borrow money both foreign and domestic. Decide the nations budget. Regulate trade among the nations states as well as international trade involving Ali-Stan. Print currency for the nation. Declare war on other nations and remove troops sent by the Supreme Council. Provide finances, training, and weaponry for a strong and effective Army, Navy, and Air Force. Impeach members of the Supreme Council. Provide a post office and roads. Establish Courts of the land. In order to do any of the previous there must be a vote which results in at least 11 supporters and 4 who oppose. Title 15

The states do not have the power to override any action of the Supreme Council or the House of Servants. Title 16 The House of Servants may only give raises to themselves and the Supreme Council for the next term. Title 17 Should one of the Supreme Council members die or resign office, a member of the House of servants will take his or her place based on the number of votes they received in their initial election to the House of Servants. Any member of the Supreme Council, House of Servants, or Court System who is convicted of treason, bribery, or other extreme crimes will be impeached and must suffer the punishment for the crime.

Article V- Judicial Branch

Title 18 The location of courts will be established by the House of Servants. The courts will deal with both criminal and civil case issues. There will be one Chief Court who has the power of judicial review to deem acts by the people, the House of Servants, and Supreme Council unconstitutional. The Chief Court is the most powerful court in the nation. The next level of the court is the Court of Appeals. There will be two appeal courts per state. The final and third level will be the trial courts in which each state will choose the number needed to adequately give the people speedy trials. Title 19 People will be convicted of treason if the person has committed war against the country or government or has aided those who have.

Article VI- Individual Rights and Guarantees

Title 20 All people are free and cannot legally be placed in bondage. People are equal before the law and will not be discriminated against based on religion, race, or even gender. All people above the age 18 have the right to vote. The people have freedom of speech, press, religion, petition, and press. All people have the right to possess certain weaponry to protect themselves and the nation. The people will not be forced to house the military in times of peace. In reference to criminal trials all people are guaranteed a trail by a grand jury, due process, no double jeopardy, no self-incrimination, speedy trial. People will not lose the right to privacy apart from probable cause. They will not be subjected to unreasonable searches and seizures of property. No one may be imprisoned for debt. The writ of habeas corpus cannot be revoked. No one may be punished to unreasonable or inhuman extents. Poll taxes will not be implemented because this takes away equality in voting.

Article VII The Citizens and Education

Title 21 All people are guaranteed a free public education from preschool through senior year of high school. However, the people may choose to send their children to private schools which must also meet certain academic requirements setup by each state and the House of Servants.

Title 22

At the age of 18 or the completion of high school all citizens who are mentally and physically capable are mandatorily required to serve in the military or civil service for a total of four years. In return, if the person so chooses, the government will give an undergraduate education to those who successfully complete their duties. If a person is dishonorably discharged from either profession, they will not be given a free education and must suffer the consequences of their actions.

Article VIII- Federal Government and Amendment Process

Title 23 The Federal government is the supreme law of the land. States may not make laws that make the federal laws void. Title 24 Nothing may be taken out of the Constitution. However, amendments may be made which cancel out previous laws and stipulations in the Constitution. Amendments may also be passed to add new laws or rights for the people. Title 25 In order for an amendment to be made, any member of the Supreme Council or House of servants may propose an amendment to the House of Servants. If the House votes and receives a total of 11 of 15 votes for the amendment, then the amendment will be elected upon by the states. There must be a 2/3 majority vote in order for the amendment to be passed. Title 26 The Federal government may not make laws which remove peoples right to a trial.

Article IX Closing Comments

We the representatives of Ali-Stan want a government with the intent of serving the people. The nation has the promise that the government will not oppress the people and take away their inalienable rights.