the Security and Economical Union of Royalist States is an organization devoted to the development of fair, pacific and loyal cooperation and collaboration between royalist States.
Originally, it existed as a separate region, but now, with the merger of the member countries in the World Alliance, I am here to present it as a new organization inside our region.
Here http://secur.forumcommunity.net/ is the link to our forum. Also, you can read our Founding Charter there.
If you are interested to join us or simply curious, don't hesitate to ask!
Federal Aristocratic Kingdom of New Tarajan
United Kingdom of Zackalantis
People's Republic of Ienara
Royal Society of Arveyres
Kingdom of Aloia
Holy Orthodox Empire of Marquette
- THE FOUNDING CHARTER OF SECURS (Treaty of Merlberg):
We affirm our faith in the ideals of the enlightened monarchy and government, as the only way to promote security and prosperity, away from the dangers, violences and suffering caused by all kinds of revolution. We condemn totalitarianism, and especially communism, as an abomination of ideology, and the extreme threat to the future of mankind. We reject totalitarian and anti-monarchical democracy as a source of corruption, destabilization and inexorable erosion of the fundamental and indispensable values which are the foundation of the society itself. We shall promote with all necessary efforts and in all fields the values and principles stated in this preamble and to lead their peoples accordingly. We shall fight against totalitarianism in all its forms, with all our strength as the only way to save humankind. We shall respect and contribute to the development of International Law, and international organisations. We recognize the importance of cooperation, collaboration and integration between all those States which share these ideals.
All Member States will make every effort in order to promote cooperation, collaboration and integration between them in the field of social, economical, cultural and political matters, following the principles stated in the preamble of this Treaty and the ideals behind them.
They agree to resolve all their disputes with other Member States under the International Law, by peaceful means in such a manner that international peace and security and justice are not endangered and appealing, if necessary, to the Court of Justice of the Union.
This goal will be promoted both with common measures by the Assembly and with the foundation of Committees, Commissions and Institutions inside the SECURS.
To consider any kind of attack brought against one Member State as being against all Members, including internal and external attacks, taking all the necessary measures in order to stop the threat, including the use of armed force, if necessary, in accordance with the sovereignty of the attacked State.
All Member States agree to contribute with all necessary efforts to the fight against totalitarianism.
To, if the Assembly (see below) resolves to, declare war against so called "Threat States", or financing and/or support of rebel movements against so called "Threat States".
All Member States agree to resolve their disputes with other Member States peaceful in the SECURS Court of Justice.
SECURS will use its international position to encourage the setting up of an inclusive international organisation that all nations can join.
To setup a free trade area of member nations and to develop the free movement of goods and services between member nations. To integrate all member’s external tariffs which apply to non-member nations. To develop trade agreements between SECURS and non-member nations.
To setup the Council of Monarchs, composed of the monarchs of each member nation. It shall meet at least once a year and the venue shall rotate between member nations. Each member nation may send a substitute (preferably another member of the royal family). Decisions can be either by majority or unanimous as agreed by the Council and when by majority vote it shall be agreed before-hand if the majority decision will apply to all nations or if they can opt-out. This Council can create new Committees, Commissions and Institutions by majority vote that apply to those nations whose monarchs vote for them. Those who are in the minority may sign up their nations to these new Committees, Commissions and Institutions at any time thereafter.
The Head of SECURS shall be the monarch of Kingdom of New Tarajan who holds the office for life or until they resign. If the monarch Kingdom of New Tarajan resigns but continues as monarch of New Tarajan then the heir to the monarchy of New Tarajan shall be the Head of SECURS. If there is no monarch or heir of New Tarajan to be the Head, the Council of monarchs shall elect one of their number to be the Head for one year, which can be renewed continuously.
The Head of SECURS shall chair the Council of Monarchs and is the ceremonial face of SECURS.
SECURS is devoted to the promotion, instauration and support of diplomatic relations between SECURS and other organizations and nations.
It is also devoted to the promotion and progress of International Law, through the enactment of resolutions, recommendations and conventions between Member States or between the SECURS and other organizations. The endorsement is through a simple majority of the Council of Monarchs.
SECURS is the hub of diplomatic activities of all Member States, and it can enact binding resolutions in the field of international relations, in order to provide the Organization with a homogeneous international diplomacy.
Further design and implementation of a common foreign and security policy is devolved to the Council of Monarchs.
The Court of Justice is the judicial body of the SECURS composed of one senior judge from each member nation. Its main role is to arbitrate and judge disputes between member nations. It can also issue advice to the Assembly, the Council of Monarchs and the Council of Ministers regarding any matter under consideration.
Any member nation may bring a case against any other member nation for arbitration and judgement. Three judges (not including anyone from the nations in dispute) shall hear the case and either arbitrate or issue a judgement. If not appealed within three months the decision is binding on both parties and if necessary shall be imposed by the military of member nations. If there is an appeal a new set of three judges (not including anyone from the nations in dispute) shall hear the case and either arbitrate or issue a judgement. If this decision is the same as the first one it is binding. If a different decision is reached then it will become binding after three months if not appealed. If appealed then a third set of three judges (not including anyone from the nations in dispute) shall hear the case and either arbitrate or issue a judgement. This decision is final and binding on all parties.
Each member nation shall also submit the names of two other senior judges who can be involved in hearing cases when necessary. A substitute should always be considered when an appeal is required to ensure there is at least one permanent judge available for the second appeal if necessary.
The full Court of Justice has the power to interpret all treaties of SECURS and decisions of the Assembly, Council of Monarchs and Council of Ministers.
To setup the Council of Ministers, composed of individual ministers of each member nation. It could be composed of the first ministers of each member nation. It could be composed of the financial ministers of each member nation. It could be composed of the Business and Industry ministers of each member nation. The composition changes depending on the topics being discussed as agreed by the Assembly or Council of Monarchs in their recommendation to the Council. Decisions shall be unanimous for them to apply to all member nations. If they are by majority vote then those of the minority may opt-out of that requirement. This Council can create new Committees, Commissions and Institutions by majority vote that apply to those nations whose minister vote for them. Those who are in the minority may sign up their nations to these new Committees, Commissions and Institutions at any time thereafter.
To setup the SECURS Standard Committee, composed of one person from each member nations. The SECURS standard committee shall elect one of its number to be the Chair of the committee to chair meetings and represent the committee to other institutions of SECURS.
The SECURS Standard Committee shall consider the national standards of each member nation and to either unanimously agree a SECURS wide standard or by majority vote recommend a standard to the Assembly to decide if it should be considered by the Council of Monarchs or the Council of Ministers.
Any member nation can request that the SECURS Standard Committee consider questions regarding the standards of another member nation to ensure that it is not a form of unfair discrimination against similar products from other member nations. It shall reach a recommendation on the issue for it to be passed to the Assembly to decide if it should be considered by the Council of Monarchs or the Council of Ministers.
SECURS shall have its own budget and may employ people to further its aims. Each member nation shall contribute to SECURS in proportion to its GDP and the GDP of the other member nations. Disputes over the contributions shall be resolved in the Council of Monarchs or the Council of Ministers.
The subjects of each member state shall be allowed to travel to all other member states without the need for a visa.
Any member nation may leave SECURS by giving adequate notice and negotiating how the exit will happen within the Council of Ministers.
New member nations may apply for membership and if two-thirds of the Council of Monarchs agrees they shall become members once they have signed the relevant treaties and protocols.
This Treaty will become immediately effective after the affixing of the signatures by Member States.
Any State before signing the treaty can submit a reserve toward one or at least two Articles of the Treaty, justifying its position. In this case, the Council of Monarchs shall decide whether that nation shall be approved or not to the membership of SECURS.
Any new nation applying for membership shall set out which majority passed regulation, committees, commissions and institutions it wishes to have a reserve to opt-out.
Nations wich does not enjoy a monarchical form of government may join SECURS, provided that they conform themselves to the fundamental ideals of the Organization. They will have the same rights and duties as other members of SECURS except they will not be represented on the Council of Monarchs. These nations may sign up to any new Committees, Commissions and Institutions or reforms agreed by the Council of Monarchs when they wish to.
This Treaty can be modified by the Council of Monarchs or by the Council of Ministers, and if done by a majority those in the minority shall have the right to opt-out of those new terms they haven’t voted in favour of.
This Treaty can be modified by the Assembly, with a qualified majority of two thirds of the votes.
Abstention or not participation are not considered for the formation of the majority.
- PROTOCOL FOR MILITARY COOPERATION, COLLABORATION AND INTEGRATION:
The signatory nations, resolving
To promote peace and security throughout the world with all necessary efforts, as stated in the SECURS Founding Treaty;
To strengthen their capability to provide a fast and effective response to any threat would endanger any other Member State of the SECURS, as stated in the Article II of the Founding Treaty;
To contribute to the fight against totalitarianism in all its forms, and against the so-called Rogue States, which threats the security and prosperity of the International Community;
To make integration and cooperation between SECURS Member States a pillar also in the military field, in the respect of the International Law and of the inviolable human rights;
Agree as follows:
Every Signatory Nation agrees to the institution of the SECURS Joint Military Command (J.M.C.), as an integrate force, with the functions of SECURS military branch, in order to respect and promote the ideals stated in the Founding Treaty and reaffirmed in the Preamble of this Memorandum.
They agree to contribute to the establishment, reinforcement and commission to effectiveness of the J.M.C. with all possible means, commensurate to the dimensions and capacities of the single Nation, making available their armed forces and facilities, and all kind of assistance.
The J.M.C. is the military branch of the SECURS, and answers directly to the High Commission for Foreign Affairs, which decides about its deployment and political strategy. However, these decisions will be made without the contribution of the representatives of those Member States who didn’t previously sign this Memorandum.
The J.M.C. is composed by four branches: the Joint Army Command (J.A.C.); the Joint Naval Command (J.N.C.) and the SECURS Space Command (S.S.C.). The executive branch of the J.M.C. is the Joint Chiefs of Staff Command (J.C.S.C.).
The military bodies answers directly to the J.C.S.C. and to the SECURS, without any influence of single Member States.
The J.C.S.C. is composed by the Chiefs of Staff of all Signatory Nations.
Its main function is to provide the J.M.C. with a common strategic guide, after the High Commission for Foreign Affairs has decided about the deployment of the J.M.C., providing also counseling and assistance in military and strategic matters to the Commission itself and to all Member States and allies which request it.
The J.C.S.C. elects every six months the Supreme Admiral of the SECURS Space Command, as independent member of the J.C.S.C. itself.
The J.A.C. is the Army branch of the J.M.C.
It is composed by contingents from all Signatory Nations, the numbers and quality of which are decided by the single governments in coordination with the J.C.S.C. and the High Commission for Foreign Affairs every six months.
The J.N.C. is the naval branch of the J.M.C.
It is composed by contingents and vessels from all Signatory Nations, the numbers and quality of which are decided by the single governments in coordination with the J.C.S.C. and the High Commission for Foreign Affairs every six months.
The S.S.C. is the military space branch of the SECURS.
It is a completely independent body, with the the duty to protect and enforce the interests of the SECURS in the outer space and Earth orbit.
Unlike the J.A.C. and the J.N.C., the S.S.C. is composed by SECURS military, not related to any Member State, specifically transferred from nation military forces or trained in the SECURS Military Academy.
The space fleet vessels will be provided by an international consortium composed by the major industries of the sector of the Signatory Nations. The consortium will be organized under the supervision of the Council for Economical Affairs.
Due to the specific contest in which the S.S.C. operates, Signatory Nations can submit a reserve on this Article if they not believe to be in their interest to participate in the construction of the S.S.C.