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Past Election Results / Re: House Elections, October 2018: Debate
« on: October 06, 2018, 11:28:57 PM »
Candidates; please respond to the following questions:

Why do you wish to be a Representative?

What laws do you wish to pass as a Representative?

Do you believe you will be active enough for this demanding job?

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Past Election Results / House Elections, October 2018: Debate
« on: October 06, 2018, 11:27:47 PM »
The great debate now begins!

Force will be electing up to 4 Representatives to the House and Heart will be electing up to 1.

The debate shall last for 3 days, after which voting shall begin.

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Candidacy announcements are now closed.

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In accordance with the Constitution of Force, candidacy announcements are to be held for 3 days.

During this period of time, anyone who wishes to declare their candidacy to become a representative will do so here.

There are 6 spots up for election in Force, 1 in Heart, 1 in The New Kingdom, and 1 in RGBN.

All residents of these regions who have held residency for at least 10 days may be candidates.

Please use the following format to declare your candidacy. Any announcements made without the use of this sheet are invalid.

Nation:
Region:

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Role Play / Re: Force Map
« on: September 17, 2018, 10:26:30 PM »
Sorry for the long wait; updated

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Role Play / Re: Force Map
« on: September 12, 2018, 12:30:40 AM »
All granted with the exception of freedom fighter; no nation name provided

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Announcements & News / Executive Actions
« on: September 10, 2018, 12:21:53 AM »
The current Constitution of Force is hereby dismantled and the new one is brought into effect. It can be found here: https://forcens.com/index.php/topic,31.0.html

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Constitution / Constitution of Force
« on: September 10, 2018, 12:20:11 AM »

Constitution of Force

Article A: Citizenship

1. All residents of Force and its territories may apply for citizenship.
2. Citizenship shall entitle nations to the rights outlined in Article B.
3. Citizenship may be granted or removed by the Court or an Executive Order.
4. Citizenship shall only remain valid as long as the citizen's nation remains in Force or its territories.
5. Citizens shall hold the sole power to remove a Representative and shall do so by holding a democratic vote in which a simple majority is required to remove the Representative The Cabinet may override this decision by a 2/3 majority vote.


Article B: Rights of Citizenship

1. The right to a fair trial.
2. The right to protest freely.
3. The right to hold public office.
4. The right to freedom of the press.
5. The right to freely express and hold one's own political views.


Article C: The Cabinet

1. The Prime Minister of Force shall be the head of government of Force and its territories.
2. The Prime Minister shall appoint the Cabinet and have the power to remove any of its members, with the exception of the Founder, Prosecutor, and Judge. They shall be responsible for, at the minimum, appointing a Minister of Foreign Affairs, a Minister of Internal Affairs, a Minister of Defense, a Minister of Communications, and a Minister of Culture.

2.1. The Minister of Foreign Affairs shall be responsible for maintaining good relationships with embassy regions, overseeing the signing of treaties, and forging new relationships.
2.2. The Minister of Internal Affairs shall be responsible for overseeing domestic matters, ensuring new members of the region understand how the government works and know about all the opportunities available to them, and working to improve colonies and provinces.
2.3. The Minister of Defense shall be responsible for working to eliminate any foreign threats and maintaining a trained militia to protect the region if need be.
2.4. The Minister of Communications shall be in charge of publishing The Force Flyer once monthly and producing any other official publications and documents.
2.5. The Minister of Culture shall be in charge of creating and running events for citizens of Force and its territories to participate in and continuing old and forging new traditions.


Article D: Types of Law

1. Law shall exist in a way so that some types of law are more powerful than others.
2. Constitutional Law

2.1. The entire text of the Constitution; highest level of law.
2.2. Though Constitutional Law is the highest level of law, it can be bypassed for very specific things by Executive and Cabinet Law.

3. House Law

3.1. The laws passed by the House of Representatives; second highest level of law.
3.2. They can do anything that does not contradict the Constitution.

4. Executive Law

4.1. Any Executive Actions issued by the Founder or Prime Minister; can do anything except amend or suspend the Constitution or House Law.

5. Cabinet Law

5.1. Any orders issued by the Cabinet such as an extension to a sentence or an embassy closure.

6. Court Law

6.1. Court Rulings declaring things unconstitutional and reversing decisions.

7. Treaty Law

7.1. The text of various treaties between Force and other regions; lowest level of law.


Article E: The House of Representatives

1. The House shall consist of Representatives from Force and its territories, proportional to the total number of World Assembly members in each region. Each region will receive a single Representative for every 5 World Assembly nations they have.
2. The House shall hold the power to pass and repeal laws.
3. The House may pass or repeal laws by holding a democratic vote in which a simple majority is required for the amendment to pass.
4. The House may remove the following types of government officials for failing to perform one's responsibilities, for serious misconduct, or in response to 2/3 majority support among citizens for the impeachment.

4.1. The Prime Minister may be removed by a 2/3 majority vote of the House.
4.2. The Prosecutor may be removed by a 2/3 majority vote of the House.
4.3. The Judge may be removed by a 2/3 majority vote of the House.
4.4. Any other government official, with the exception of the Founder, Cabinet Ministers, and Representatives, may be removed by a simple majority vote of the House.

5. Any member of the House may propose an amendment to this Constitution. If the House votes in favor of it, with a 3/4 majority, it will then be sent to the citizens for a vote, lasting one week. If the citizens approve of the amendment with a 2/3 majority, the Constitution will be amended and the amendment will become law.


Article F: The Court

1. The Court shall consist of the Judge and the Prosecutor.

1.1. The Prosecutor shall hold the responsibility of deciding whether criminal cases should be pursued and provide reasons for this. Once they have made a decision, they will present it to the Cabinet who will have the option to override the Prosecutor's decision by a simple majority vote.
1.2. The Judge shall hold the responsibility of handing out a punishment if the defendant is found guilty and based upon the advice of the Jury.

1.2.1. This punishment must be in line with the appropriate punishment for the crime, as listed in Article I.

2. A maximum of two Court Cases may be heard at one time, based upon the seriousness of the accusations.
3. Each Court Case shall be heard by a Jury selected by agreement between the defendant and the plaintiff; consisting of three citizens, selected within 3 days of the Prosecutor choosing to pursue the case.

3.1. The members of the Jury may not be government officials, the defendant, or the plaintiff.


Article G: Absences

1. In the case of an absence of the Prime Minister, a House Representative, or a member of the Court, an emergency election must be held, if the next election is over 2 weeks away. Otherwise the Founder must appoint a replacement within 3 days.
2. In the case of an absence in the Cabinet, the Prime Minister must appoint a replacement within 5 days.


Article H: Elections

1. Three Stages & Process of Elections

1.1. Candidacy declarations shall be open for 3 days.
1.2. The debate shall be held for 3 days.
1.3. Voting shall be held for 4 days.

2. Prime Minister Elections

2.1. Elections shall start on the first of January, April, July, and October.
2.2. The candidate with the most votes shall be elected.

3. House Elections

3.1. Elections shall start on the first of January, April, July, and October.
3.2. Each territory of Force with at least 5 World Assembly nations shall hold House Elections.
3.3. Each territory shall elect the candidates with the most votes to the seats available for that territory as indicated in E.1.

4. Court Elections

4.1. The Prosecutor and the Judge shall be elected.
4.2. Elections shall start on the first of June and December.


Article I: Illegal Activities

1. Treason

1.1. Attempting to or successfully undermining the legitimate government of the region or its allies.
1.2. Attempting to or successfully harming the people of the region or the people of the region's allies.

2. Espionage

2.1. Attempting to or successfully sharing sensitive information with non-allied foreign governments without prior approval from the Founder or Prime Minister.
2.2. Attempting to or successfully accessing sensitive information without prior approval from the Founder or Prime Minister.

3. Conspiracy

3.1. Collaborating with one or more other citizens to commit any of the activities in this Article.
3.2. Collaborating with one or more foreign nationals to commit any of the activities in this Article.
3.3. Collaborating with a mix of citizens and foreign nationals to commit any of the activities in this Article.

4. Election Fraud

4.1. Attempting to or successfully undermining the validity of an election by creation of multiple accounts.
4.2. Attempting to or successfully undermining the validity of an election by bringing in nations to vote for one or more specific people or ideas.
4.3. Attempting to or successfully undermining the validity of an election by means of something other than that mentioned in I.4.1 & I.4.2

5. Malfeasance and Nonfeasance

5.1. Malfeasance shall be defined as wrongdoing or misconduct by a government official.
5.2. Nonfeasance shall be defined as a failure to perform one's responsibilities in any government office.


Article J: Punishments

1. Crimes listed in I.1 shall be punished by removal of citizenship and in more severe cases a ban from Force and its territories.
2. Crime I.2.1 shall be punished by removal of citizenship and a ban from Force and its territories.
3. Crime I.2.2 and crimes listed in I.4 shall be punished by removal from government office, temporary removal of the right to hold government office, and a temporary removal of the right to vote or in more severe cases removal of citizenship or a ban from Force and its territories.
4. Crimes listed in I.3 shall be punished based upon the crime being committed and the citizen's involvement in the crime.
5. Crimes listed in I.5 shall be punished by removal from government office and temporary removal of the right to hold government office.


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Announcements & News / Grant of Dot Citizenship
« on: September 08, 2018, 11:11:27 PM »


I, Renegalle, Emperor of Force, Master of the Imperial Court hereby grant Dot Citizenship to Sword BJ.

Sword BJ has been the most active, most passionate, and most effective Minister this region has ever seen. He has opened numerous new embassies, worked to strengthen existing relations, actively engaged in and proposed many ideas in the Cabinet, among many, many other things. Their hard work has not gone unnoticed and for it, they are being honored.

As a Dot Citizen, they are now the proud recipient of the highest award in Force, joining an exclusive group of others currently only including Libertatis Regalis. They are allowed to move a nation to the region of Dot where it may stay.

Thank you for your dedication and your willingness to do what you have. Congratulations!

Sincerely,

Emperor Renegalle

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Past Election Results / Heart Emergency Prime Minister Elections
« on: September 02, 2018, 04:59:13 PM »
Candidacy Announcements: Heart Prime Minister

This is the official thread to declare one's candidacy for Prime Minister of Heart.

If elected, one will be required to abandon all other government positions.

Candidacy announcements will be open until September 9th. After that time, you will be unable to announce or withdraw your candidacy and elections will begin soon after.

You are also free to create a campaign thread in this forum to rally support.

Current Candidates:

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Foreign Affairs / The Force Flyer - Issue XVIII, Embassy Distribution
« on: August 05, 2018, 04:40:25 PM »
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[big][big][big]TapaTalkalypse[/big][/big][/big]

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[big][big]Zetaboards, the forum software of choice for many notable regions within NationStates, including Force, The North Pacific, The East Pacific, and The Rejected Realms, is being sold to TapaTalk. This means more than just a simple change of host; it means that things like themes, permissions, and working bbCode among other things that some regions have taken years to perfect will be gone. This shift is gradual and although many of the largest regions haven't faced it yet, smaller regions, Force included have. It hit us without warning and to compensate, we are shifting over to a self hosted forum at the moment. For us as a new region, the change isn't too major, but for many older regions with years of history in those forums, it's huge.

by Renegalle[/big][/big]

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[big][big][big]Elections in Heart[/big][/big][/big]

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[big][big] The Heart elections were an interesting spectacle, with two candidates withdrawing, two standing, Southern States and Johnpre both withdrew, and Alemputo and The scottish republic battling it out for the office of Prime Minister, There was a debate and two press conferences, each featuring difference in opinions, interesting questions, and, best of all, each candidate showed lots of respect for the other, and in the end, Alemputo was victorious, but both candidates showed respect, in this intriguing election period.

by Lashnakia[/big][/big]

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[big][big][big]Elections in Force and the Trouble with Crazybloxian[/big][/big][/big]

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[big][big] Early last month, Candidacy announcements began for Prime Minister of Force, the three that decided to run, were, Libertatis Regalis, Seoul-Pyongyang and Crazybloxian Empire, Now, we all know, that Libertatis Regalis was re-elected convincingly, however, the build up to election had controversy, Crazybloxian Empire was a controversial candidate, who had his election mainly based off RP, which was also a bit controversial, his inactivity was a downfall, not joining discord till late, and not answering questions, in the end he left the region, clearly seeing he was going to lose, This was unfortunate to have a candidate like that, thankfully the other candidates were very sensible, and the election ended peacefully.

by Lashnakia[/big][/big]

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[big][big][big]PM Bennisia of Heart; A Region in Turmoil[/big][/big][/big]

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[big][big] A few months ago, some controversy broke out, with Bennisia II angered because he couldn't stand in an election, he kept constantly trying to prove he was right, which lead to more problems and complications, which ended in him being removed as PM of Heart, Bennisia II brought activity to Heart, but also brought problems and controversy, he ended up moving to New Western Atlantic, where there has been more controversy since, but that's for them to talk about, not me.
 
by Lashnakia[/big][/big]

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[big][big][big]A New Future for RGBN[/big][/big][/big]

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[big][big]RGBN is a laid back region, once comfortably large and active (130+ nations) has been reduced to just 10. Being among our very first embassies, we took notice. An agreement between Force and RGBN was made handing over control over the region to Force and allowing the founder to lead as Governor. Now, under Force control, efforts are being made to make RGBN the great and welcoming region it once was through recruitment and a revamped system of laws and leadership.

by Renegalle[/big][/big]

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[big][big][big]Other[/big][/big][/big]

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[big][big]Total Population: 259
Force Population: 158
The New Kingdom Population: 36
Heart Population: 55
RGBN Population: 10

Total WA Members: 55
Force WA Members: 38
The New Kingdom WA Members: 6
Heart WA Members: 10
RGBN WA Members: 1[/big][/big]

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Copyright ?2018 by the Force Communications Ministry

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The Assembly / Old Constitution
« on: August 02, 2018, 09:29:16 PM »
    Constitution

    We the people, of Force come together in the creation of a constitution to constitute how this region is run and how its citizens must act.

    1. Officials

    • 1.1. Mandatory Elected Officials
      The Prime Minister, Minister of Internal Affairs, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of the Military, Minister of Roleplay, Minister of Judicial Affairs, and Minister of Culture are all mandatory elected officials and are required to be elected or re-elected every 3 months.
    • 1.2. Mandatory Non-Elected Officials
      The Research Officers are mandatory officials and may be appointed or removed from their positions by the Founder and Prime Minister.
    • 1.3. Duties

      • 1.3.1. Prime Minister
         The Prime Minister is required to lead the region by actively getting members involved in events, working with the founder to get things done, and providing leadership and advice to their Ministers. In addition, they must contribute to the region in a meaningful way and work to make the region thrive. The Prime Minister is responsible for overseeing any executive actions, supervise all cabinet discussions and monitor other minister duties. The Prime Minister shall have the power to remove Ministers for failing to do their duty and/or committing criminal acts against the Constitution, Force, Force citizens, and allies. The Prime Minister shall have the power to appoint, or hold elections for interim Ministers in the event of an absence of a post until the next election period. Any powers not assigned by the constitution or other law shall be governed by the prime minister with oversight from the founder.
      • 1.3.2. Prosecutor
        The Prosecutor is required to review all requests for criminal cases and only elevate those cases which find the accused to be contravening any part of the Constitution or any other laws currently enacted. Elevated cases must include the Prosecutor abiding by the Court procedure to ensure that a fair verdict is reached. The Prosecutor must also maintain records of rulings, sentences, and any notes about cases during their time.
      • 1.3.3. Ministers

        • 1.3.3.1. Minister of Internal Affairs
          The Minister of Internal Affairs is required to manage all domestic matters of the region and should, along with the Prime Minister, work to actively involve members of the region in events, work to ensure nations of the region know what is happening, and that a nation's experience in the region is as fine as possible. They are also responsible for publishing a weekly newsletter including updates from all departments.
        • 1.3.3.2. Minister of Foreign Affairs
          The Minister of Foreign Affairs is required to appoint ambassadors to serve all embassies of Force (one ambassador may serve multiple regions), release editions of The Force Flyer at least every 20 days, and work to strengthen relations with existing embassies and forge relationships with new ones.
        • 1.3.3.3. Minister of the Military
          The Minister of the Military is required to maintain an existing and at least somewhat active military, and routinely run practice military operations to ensure that a strong military is maintained.
        • 1.3.3.4. Minister of Roleplay
          The Minister of Roleplay is required to maintain an active and working Roleplay program, ensure that all members of the region are aware of existing Roleplays, create new Roleplays routinely for members of the region to participate in, make sure a regional map is maintained with the help of the Founder, and ensure that all Roleplay is done in a professional manner and is kept to a strict set of rules.
        • 1.3.3.5. Minister of Judicial Affairs
          The Minister of Judicial Affairs shall be responsible for selecting a jury when needed, overseeing the Prosecutor, and helping to maintain court records.
        • 1.3.3.6 Minister of Culture
          The Minister of Culture is responsible for creating and running events and holidays, and preserving old and creating new traditions.

      • 1.3.4. Research Officers
        The Research Officers are required to run regional polls routinely (when other polls are not being run) and to report the findings of these regional polls (if of serious matters) to the Minister of Internal Affairs, Prime Minister, and Founder.
      • 1.3.5. Deputies
        Ministers shall have the power to appoint a deputy who will assist them in their duties.


    2. Elections

    • 2.1. Frequency
      Elections must be held every 3 months and may not be held before or after this time unless in the case of an absence.
    • 2.2. Process
      Elections will have 3 stages unless in the case of an absence of opposition. Candidacy Declarations will be held for 7 days, followed by formal debate for 3 days, and concluding with voting for 7 days.
    • 2.3. Absence of Opposition
      In the case of the absence of opposition for a position, the only candidate will automatically be elected if there is still a lack of opposition after candidacy declarations close. If no candidates are present, the Founder is granted the right to appoint a citizen without vote.
    • 2.4. Fraud
      Fraud is defined as a case in which a citizen up for election either individually, or with help from conspirators attempts to change the outcome of the election by means of creating multiple accounts. If discovered, all parties found to be committing the offense will have their voting rights suspended for a year and be disqualified from holding elected office for 2 years.

    3. The Assembly

    • 3.1. Membership
      All citizens are granted membership into The Assembly and have the right to vote on regional law without interference.
    • 3.2. Rights
      All Assembly members are granted the right to propose amendments to the Constitution as well as vote on changes to the law proposed by other Assembly members.
    • 3.3. Procedure
      After a proposal to change the law is made (a bill), formal debate starts. All Assembly members can openly make suggestions to change the bill or debate it and this period is until 2 citizens motion for a vote. At this time, a vote will be scheduled and no more changes can be made to the bill. Any changes made will result in the cancellation of a vote. The vote will last a total of 5 days after which a simple majority will decide whether or not the bill will become law.


    4. Absences

    • 4.1. Founder
      The absence of the Founder is defined as an event in which the region's founding nation ceases to exist. The WA Delegate is automatically granted executive authority through game mechanics. To ensure the safety of the region, the following must happen. The WA Delegate must password lock the region for a minimum of 14 days. During this time, meetings will be arranged with our allies to figure out how to protect the region. After this time, the law must be changed and the WA Delegate must become an elected position and in charge of the region. If at any time, the Founder nation is refounded, these talks must be cancelled and the password-lock must be removed.
    • 4.2. Prime Minister
      The absence of the Prime Minister is defined as an event in which the Prime Minister's nation ceases to exist or are not active in carrying out their duties in office. In this case, an emergency election must be held to replace them.
    • 4.3. Ministers
      The absence of a Minister is defined as an event in which a Minister's nation ceases to exist or are not active in carrying out their duties in office. In this case, an emergency election should be held to replace them although if the next election is within 14 days of this event, an emergency election is not needed.

    5. The Court

    • 5.1. Election of Prosecutor

      • 5.1.1. The Prosecutor is chosen by the member nations of Force as the guardian of the Constitution.
      • 5.1.2. An election of the Prosecutor must be held every 12 months.
      • 5.1.3. Elections will have three stages unless in the case of an absence of opposition. Candidacy declarations will be held for a period of 7 days, followed by formal debate, and concluding with voting.
      • 5.1.4. In the case of the absence of opposition for a position, the only candidate will automatically be elected if there is still a lack of opposition after candidacy declarations close. If no candidates are present, the Founder must appoint the candidate without a vote.

    • 5.2. Legal Cases
      All citizens have the right to present a legal case to the Court by opening a new thread in the 'Court' forum and presenting their case.
    • 5.3. Procedure

      • 5.3.1. Each nation has the right to bring a case, whether criminal or civil, before the Court.
      • 5.3.2. In bringing a case before the Court, the applicant nation should set out:

      • 5.3.2.1. An injury in terms of the region's Constitution;
      • 5.3.2.2. The respondent nation against whom relief is sought;
      • 5.3.2.3. The facts pertaining to the injury;
      • 5.3.2.4. Prove to the Court that the Court has the authority to adjudicate in the matter;
      • 5.3.2.5. Prove to the Court that it has send a Telegram to the respondent nation with a copy of the claims brought against it; and
      • 5.3.2.6. Set out the relief sought by the applicant nation.

    • 5.3.3. The Court will choose a jury to help them come to a verdict; this jury will consist of three citizens of Force.
    • 5.3.4. The Court will ask the respondent nation to reply to the applicant nation's claim/s, within 5 calendar days, by:

    • 5.3.4.1. Acknowledging or rebutting the Court's authority to adjudicate in the matter;
    • 5.3.4.2. Acknowledging or rebutting the applicant nation's facts pertaining to the injury;
    • 5.3.4.3. Giving new evidence and stating new facts pertaining to the matter; and
    • 5.3.4.4. Asking the Court for alternative relief or dismissing the matter.

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    [li]5.3.5. The Court will ask the applicant nation to reply to the respondent nation's acknowledgments/rebuttals, within 5 calendar days, by:

    [/li][li]5.3.5.1. Acknowledging or rebutting the respondent nation's evidence; and [/li]
    [li]5.3.5.2. Asking the Court for alternative relief or dismissing the matter.[/li][/list]

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    [li]5.3.6. The Court will, finally, ask the respondent nation to reply to the applicant nation's final acknowledgments/rebuttals, within 5 calendar days, by:

    [/li][li]5.3.6.1. Acknowledging or rebutting the applicant nation's further claims and/or evidence; and [/li]
    [li]5.3.6.2. Asking the Court for alternative relief or dismissing the matter. [/li][/list]

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    [li]5.3.7. After the final arguments are filed in the 'Court' forum, the Prosecutor & the Jury will have 10 calendar days to review all the evidence, apply the region's Constitution, and, where applicable, consider international law to reach a conclusion and decide on the appropriate relief. [/li]
    [li]5.3.8. The Prosecutor will review both their findings and the findings of the jury and make a judgement.[/li]
    [li]5.3.9. A judgment handed down by the Prosecutor is applicable across the whole of the region and enforceable against all member nations. [/li]
    [li]5.3.10. A judgment handed down by the Prosecutor must be in writing and posted on the 'Court' forum. [/li]
    [li]5.3.11. A judgment handed down by the Prosecutor must be enforced by all member nations. [/li]
    [li]5.3.12. Where the applicant and respondent are both members of the World Assembly, the Court must consider international law. Where one or both member nations are not members of the World Assembly, the Court should only apply the Region's Constitution. The former will not have region-wide precedence whereas the latter will have region-wide precedence.[/li][/list]

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    [li]5.4 Punishments

    • 5.4.1. The Cabinet shall review all punishments handed down by the Prosecutor.
    • 5.4.2. The Cabinet may vote to overturn punishments with a 2/3 majority vote.

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    [li]5.5. Removal of Prosecutor[/li]
    [li]
    [/li][li]5.5.1. A Prosecutor found to be contravening any provisions of the Constitution, or fails to fulfill his/her duties, must be brought before the Executive who, according to the procedures outlined in article 5.3.3. to 5.3.5. must conduct an investigation.[/li]
    [li]5.5.2. The Minister of Internal Affairs may temporarily be appointed to serve as the Interim Prosecutor.[/li]
    [li]5.5.3. The Executive, by a margin of at least 4 to 3, must decide to remove the Prosecutor from his/her position. [/li]
    [li]5.5.4. The Executive, by a margin of at least 4 to 3, must decide on an appropriate penalty for a Prosecutor found guilty in terms of article 5.5.3.[/li][/list]

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    6. Miscellaneous

    • 6.1. Treason
      Treason is defined as an event in which a citizen attempts to undermine the legitimate government of the region or its allies, hurt its people or its allies people, give sensitive information to foreign governments or people without the explicit permission of the government of Force, or break a legally binding oath. These events are considered crimes and are punishable by law.
    • 6.2. Conspiracy
      Conspiracy is defined as helping a citizen commit any of the listed crimes, however the punishment will be less harsh than the listed crime unless involvement in the crime is greater than that of other participants in committing the crime or where otherwise specified by law. In that case, the appropriate punishment for the crime will be given.
    • 6.3. Treaties
      All treaties between Force and foreign governments are official legally binding documents between both parties.
    • 6.4. Communications
      All cabinet members must have a Discord account and be in the Force Discord server.
    • 6.5. Meetings
      Non-mandatory cabinet meetings shall take place weekly under the supervision of the Prime Minister.
      Deputies may take the place of their department minister during the meeting.

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