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Request for Review: RGBN State Charter, Article I

Offline Sir Salibaic

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on: August 12, 2022, 12:11:45 pm
I would like to present the following article of the RGBN for review due to its possible unconstitutionality. It enforces that a single nation must be World Assembly Delegate with no required consent. This would violate the Rights of Citizens as it states: "No citizen shall be forced into military or government service without their clear consent."

Article I: Suter
1. Suter is to be defined as the nation of Suter.
2. Suter is to be the on site World Assembly Delegate of RGBN.

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Reply #1 on: August 22, 2022, 01:25:35 pm
Unanimous majority opinion:
Suter has consented to being the WA Delegate for RGBN. As such, Article I of the RGBN state charter is constitutional until such a time as that consent is revoked.
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