We, the nations of Esamir , do pledge that we will live up to our creed in the WFE. We will be a beacon to the world for our advocacy of Truth, Justice, and Freedom. This Constitution will be the permanent, yet amendable, document from which the Region will function.
Article I-The Executive Branch
The Executive Branch will be divided among 3 elements. These elements are to be named The Shared Founder, The Chancellor, and The President. The following sections detail the role of each element in the system.
Section 1-The Shared Founder
The Shared Founder, known as The Designer , is an account that is controlled by New Zealand,Planita, Europe and Asia, New Tarajan, and Shirouma. As a Shared Founder, it is a rotating seat, meaning that any of these 5 nations may be on there at any time, usually identifying themselves when they post for the general population. As Founder, they have access to the Founder Powers, a control that can never truly be taken away, only limited by the Government in which the Founder serves.
Section 2-The Chancellor
The Chancellor is the Head of the Government. They are elected by the legislative body, known as Parliament, for a potential unlimited number of terms, depending on approval by the Parliament. They will handle the Domestic Issues of the Region. They can also, if desired, make an address to the Region.
Section 3-The President
The President is the WA Delegate of the Region. They are elected by the people of the Region for a potential unlimited number of terms, depending on approval by the people. They also act as Chief of State for the Region, and as such, handles the Foreign Affairs of the Region. They can also, if desired, make an address to the Region
Article II-The Legislature
The Legislature is divided into a bicameral, or 2 chambered, legislature. These 2 chambers are The Upper House and The Lower House. A separate section of the legislature is to be known as The Council of Ministers.
Section 1-The Council of The Upper House
The Council of The Upper House of the Legislature focuses on the security and out of character issues of the Region. They will be able to have seats on the Council of Ministers.
Section 2-The Council of The Lower House
The Council of The Lower House of the Legislature focuses on legislation and Role Play issues of the Region. They will be able to have seats on the Council of Ministers.
Section 3-The Council of Ministers
The Council of Ministers will consist of members of both the Upper House and the Lower House. The current Ministers that will be in the Council will be Intelligence and Recruitment. Other Ministers will be added to the Government as needed. They will advise the Executive Branch on current issues regarding their positions and the Region.
Article III-The Judiciary
The Judiciary is divided into a three part system. The parts are The Chief Justice, The Associate Justices, and The Jury.
Section 1-The Chief Justice
The Chief Justice is the leader of the Judiciary. The Chief Justice is electable or re-electable during the General Elections. They will announce the decision of the Jury.
Section 2-Associate Justices
There are to be 6 Associate Justices. The Associate Justices are electable or re-electable during the General Elections. They will support the Chief Justice.
Section 3-The Jury System
The Jury System is composed of a five-member jury selected in some manner from the active members. To ensure the anonymity for the jury members, accounts labeled "Jury #_" would be assigned to the members who will then decide amongst themselves the verdict and punishment. If the defendant wishes to ask for a public listing of the jury votes, the justice leading the court would ask the jury accounts to list their true verdict.
Article IV-Rights of All Nations in Esamir
The Rights listed below are the Rights of the Nations in the Region of Esamir.
1. The Right to vote for Regional President.
2. The Right to vote in polls and have their vote respected.
3. The Right to Amend the Constitution.
4. The Freedom to do whatever they like to their nations, as long as internal security is not threatened.
5. The Right to Free Speech.
6. The Right to protest against their Government.
7. The Right to post on the Regional Message Board.
8. The Right to Choose whether to Participate in Regional Events.
9. The Right to Leave the Region.
Article V-The Process of Amending the Constitution
Amending the Constitution occurs through an Amendment Convention, where nations submit and discuss amendments to the Constitution. After due acceptance of the Amendment, it will be added to the Constitution.