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[h1]I.

The Rights of Citizens[/h1]


1. Every Italian citizen has the right to work.
2. Every Italian citizen has the right of free speech.
3. Every Italian citizen has the right to own land.
4. Every Italian citizen has the right to free education.
5. Every Italian citizen has the right to a trial.
[h1]II.The Monarch, Chamber of Nobles, and the Judiciary[/h1]
1. The Monarch of the Italian Empire is sovereign and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed
Forces. They are blood member of the House of Mountbatten. They may sign foreign treaties
without consent from Parliament, and have the power to command the Armed Forces. The
Monarch has the power to appoint or remove someone from any position. The Monarch reigns
until death, or abdication, and they have legal immunity (cannot be tried in court). The Monarch
chooses their own successor, and they have the right to appoint and dismiss royals at any time.
Any claims to succession that were not chosen by the previous Monarch are illegitimate.The
Monarch may veto any legislation.
2. The Chamber of Nobles will consist of 9 members appointed by the Monarch. Members of the
Chamber of Nobles have no political affiliation. Members have one vote each. A simple majority
is needed to pass bills. The Lord Chancellor is the senior ranking member in this House. He
directs meetings and is responsible for organizing the Chamber of Nobles.
3. The Lord Chief Justice is a member of the Chamber of Nobles. They act as a judge in court
cases. The Lord Chief Justice is responsible for accepting, judging, and decided cases. He/she
also decides the sentence for convicted criminals.
4. The Law Lords are a group of 5 Members of the Chamber of Nobles (including the Lord Chief
Justice) that may vote on the legality of bills and legislation if they are called into question.
5. In a court case, the defendant and plaintiff hire lawyers to represent them. The plaintiff
presents evidence against the defendant, and then the defendant presents evidence defending
them. The evidence of both parties must be shared with each other before the trial begins. Any
new evidence they wish to present during the trial must be approved by the Lord Chief Justice.
If the plaintiff does not provide evidence against the defendant, the case is declared a mistrial
and tossed out. The jury then privately elaborates on the case, and votes guilty or not guilty.
After reaching a verdict (3 to 2 vote), the Lord Chief Justice gives the sentence. The verdict may
be appealed if new evidence surfaces, in which case the Lord Chief Justice may decide to hold
a retrial. Only one retrial is allowed for a single case, and you may not be tried for the same
crime twice.
6. Definition of Treason:
- The act of attempting to overthrow the Monarchy, Parliament, government, or constitution.
- Releasing classified government information without consent of the government.
- A general or admiral switching allegiances and helping the enemy in a state of conflict.
7. People may not appoint themselves to positions without the consent of the Monarch. One
person may be a member of His Majesty's Government and Parliament in the Chamber of
Nobles at the same time.
[h1]III.The Armed Forces, and Intelligence[/h1]

1. The first branch of the Armed Forces is the Royal Army. The army consists of armies led by
generals. Generals may not use their armies in military combat unless requested by the
Monarch.
2. The second and third branches of the Armed Forces are the Royal Navy and Royal Marines.
The navy consists of fleets led by admirals. Admirals may not use their fleets in military combat
unless requested by the Monarch. The marines are amphibious assault corps that is stationed
on naval ships. Each Marine Corps is led by a commander who directs the corps fleet where to
deploy. The navy's highest ranking officer is the First Sea Lord. The marine's highest ranking
officer is the Commandant of the Royal Marines.
3. The fourth branch of the Armed Forces is the Royal Air Force. The air force consists of
squadrons under the command of Air Marshals. Within the squadrons are squadron leaders who
are ordered by their Air Marshal. Air Marshals may not use their squadrons in military combat
unless requested by the Monarch. Squadrons are stationed in air bases. The highest ranking
officer of the Royal Air Force is the Chief of the Air Staff.
4. The Italian Intelligence Service is the official intelligence service of the Empire. They are
operated by the royally appointed Director of Intelligence and report directly to the Monarch and
Prime Minister. The Service may only be used with consent of the Monarch.

[h1]IV. Foreign Affairs and Colonial Possessions[/h1]


1. Foreign relations are handled by the Monarch, Prime Minister, and Foreign Secretary. Only
these three people may sign foreign treaties on behalf of the Empire. The Prime Minister and
Foreign Secretary must request permission from the Monarch to sign foreign treaties.
2. The overseas territorial possessions of the Empire are all governed by a regional governor.
This governor, whatever their title, shall be appointed direct to the Monarch, and report all
actions directly to the Monarch. The Monarch is sovereign over all territorial possessions of the
Empire. The way the possession is governed, including who governs it, and what level of
autonomy they have shall be decided by the monarch.
3. Members of the royal family, including the Monarch, are hereby considered group
administrators. Members of His Majesty's Government, Parliament, and the Armed Forces shall
be group moderators. All other members shall be neither.
[h1]V. The Chamber of Deputies, Prime Minister, and Elections[/h1]
1. The Prime Minister is the head of His Majesty's Government. The Prime Minister
independently appoints (and may dismiss) a cabinet of ministers to advise them on policy. The
Monarch appoints the Prime Minister while the Deputy Prime Minister is selected by the Prime
Minister, who takes over when the Prime Minister is either dismissed, or resigns. Minister
positions in the cabinet may be added and removed by a vote in Parliament with a simple
majority and approval from His Majesty. They may appoint and dismiss people to positions in
His Majesty's Government, and sign foreign treaties with approval from the Monarch. The Prime
Minister must report all actions to the Monarch, who then must approve such actions. The Prime
Minister has the power to command the Armed Forces when granted by the Monarch. In the
instance of a Prime Minister resigning, his Deputy Prime Minister becomes the Acting Prime
Minister.

2. The Monarch has the power to dismiss the Prime Minister at any time they deem necessary.
The Deputy Prime Minister, who is chosen by the Prime Minister, will be referred to as The Right
Honourable Acting Prime Minister and assumes all powers that come with the position.
3. Chamber of Deputies will have 250 seats. Seats will be allocated proportionally to the votes
for each party in a Parliamentary election. The number of seats a party has determines the
weight of the Party Leader's vote when voting. A simple majority is needed to pass bills, but the
Monarch retains the final say on any legislation. The leader of the majority (or plurality) party in
the Chamber of Deputies is appointed as Prime Minister by the Monarch. One party's seats
cannot be given to another party, nor can two parties be merged together to form one party, but
coalitions may be formed There must always be a minimum of three political parties in the
Chamber of Deputies.
4. A bill becomes law by being accepted by a simple majority of both houses of Parliament, and
then being signed by the Monarch. All members of Parliament and ministers may introduce bills
in the form of an announcement.
5. Elections for Parliament will take place in three stages. The first stage is registration of parties
for the election, which will take place on the first day of the month. This will continue into the
second day of the month. If needed, it will go into the third day, because the election cannot
begin unless a minimum of four parties have signed up. The second stage is a dice roll in which
the Election Commission will elect parties to their given seats based upon real life factors. The
third and final stage is the Monarch formally appoint the majority party leader or the leader of
the coalition to the position of Prime Minister. The next day, which is the fifth day of the month,
the party with a majority of seats leads the new government. If there is no majority, parties must
form a coalition (party alliance) to achieve a majority of seats (51%:326). The leader of the
majority party (or primary party in a coalition) is sworn in as Prime Minister, and may decide to
give an inaugural speech.
6. Any political party that supports the following ideologies and/or policies is barred from running
for and holding political office: Authoritarianism, totalitarianism, supports dictatorships, is antidemocratic, racism, anti-Semitism, homophobia, white-supremacy, anti-monarchist.
7. None Citizens cannot Run for any elected office. (Citizenship Act)
[h1]VI. British Powers[/h1]
1. All amendments to the Constitution must be approved by the Italian Parliament and the British
House of Commons.
2. Great Britain may use Italy as a military base from which to operate from.
3. The Constitution of Italy cannot be removed or overthrown, unless otherwise stated by a jointagreement between Italy and Great Britain.