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THE LAW CODE OF THE CONFEDERACY OF FREE NATIONS


LinkLaw #001: The Honored Citizens Act

The Confederate Parliament

Law #001

An Act Entitled: The Honored Citizens Act

Introduced: July 23, 2017

Passed: July 30, 2017

Member of Parliament: Sulania

Resolved by the Confederate Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations, that the following article is proposed as a law under the jurisdiction of the Confederacy of Free Nations, enforceable by all of its institutions.

Be it enacted by the Members of Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations in the Confederate Parliament, that


Section 1
Citizens’ Honors Establishment

ss.1. The Citizens’ Honors are awards given unto citizens of the Confederacy for exceptional service in various aspects of civilian life..

ss.2. The Citizens’ Honors are enshrined with recognition by the government of the Confederacy.


Section 2
Chancellor’s Medal of Freedom

ss.1. The Chancellor’s Medal of Freedom is an award granted by the authority of the Chancellorship to individuals who shows exceptional service to to region in the realm of security, progress, the pursuit of liberty, and loyalty to the principles enshrined in the Constitution of the Confederacy of Free Nations.

ss.2. - The Chancellor’s Medal of Freedom is granted by the Chancellor, and may only be revoked by the Chancellorship.


Section 3
Parliament’s Medal of Distinction

ss.1. The Parliament’s Medal of Distinction is an award granted by the authority of the Parliament to individuals who shows exceptional service in the halls of Parliament as a statesman dedicated to the democratic principles of the institution.

ss.2. The Parliament’s Medal of Distinction is granted by a distinct voting process. A motion must be called naming the recipient, along with signatures of 5 fellow members of Parliaments. Following shall be a vote in which a simple majority is needed to grant the award.

ss.3. The Parliament’s Medal of Distinction may be revoked by a supermajority of 60% by the Parliament following a motion to do so.


Section 5
Public Service Meritorious Medal

ss.1. The Public Service Meritorious Medal is an award granted by the authority of the Ministry of Internal Affairs to individuals who show remarkable service in the administration and public service to the region.

ss.2. The Public Service Meritorious Medal is granted by the Minister of Internal Affairs.

ss.3. The Public Service Meritorious Medal may be revoked by the Internal Affairs Ministry, or by a simple majority Cabinet Vote.


Section 6
Distinguished Foreign Service Medal

ss.1. The Distinguished Foreign Service Medal is an award granted by the authority of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to individuals who show remarkable service in the realm of foreign affairs.

ss.2. The Distinguished Foreign Service Medal is granted by the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

ss.3. The Distinguished Foreign Service Medal may be revoked by the Internal Affairs Ministry, or by a simple majority Cabinet Vote.


Section 7
Confederate Justice Medal

ss.1. The Confederate Justice Medal is an award granted by the authority of the Ministry of Justice to individuals who show remarkable service in the realm of justice.

ss.2. The Confederate Justice Medal is granted by the Minister of Justice.

ss.3. The Confederate Justice Medal may be revoked by the Justice Ministry, or by a simple Majority Cabinet Vote.


Section 8
Officer Medal of Valor

ss.1. The Officer Medal of Valor is an award granted by the authority of the Constabulary to Constables who show remarkable service in the line of duty.

ss.2. The Officer Medal of Valor is granted by Chief Constable of the Constabulary.

ss.3. The Officer Medal of Valor may be revoked by the Ministry of Justice.


Section 9
Publication

ss.1. A factbook, to be maintained by the Minister of Internal Affairs, will be created to publish all recipients of the Citizens’ Honors.


Section 10
Refusal of Awards

ss.1. A citizen may refuse to have an award granted to them. Doing so nullifies the process, and the offer will be rescinded.

ss.2. - A citizen may also turn in their award at any time, doing so will result in their award being nullified and their name stricken from the publication factbook.

Chancellor’s signature, Baxten

LinkLaw #002: A Code of Criminal Behaviour by Private Citizens and Public Officeholders

The Confederate Parliament

Law #002

An Act Entitled: A Code of Criminal Behaviour by Private Citizens and Public Officeholders

Introduced: July 27, 2017

Passed: August 4, 2017

Member of Parliament: Continental commonwealths

Resolved by the Confederate Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations, that the following article is proposed as a law under the jurisdiction of the Confederacy of Free Nations, enforceable by all of its institutions.

Be it enacted by the Members of Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations in the Confederate Parliament, that:



Section 1
Forms of Criminal Behaviour

ss.1. There shall be two types of criminal behaviour defined by the perpetrator of said behaviour. These shall be divided into criminal behaviour perpetrated by a private citizen and criminal behaviour perpetrated by a public officeholder.

ss.2. For the purpose of this act, public officeholder shall be defined as any elected official, including but not limited to the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor, Ministers, Speaker, and members of the Judiciary, as well as any appointed government officer, including but not limited to the deputy or staff of any elected official and any member of the Constabulary. Also included in this definition shall be those who hold access to the founder account and the moderators of the region's recognized forum and Discord channel.


Section 2
Criminal Behaviour Perpetrated by a Private Citizen


ss.1. Criminal behaviour perpetrated by a private citizen shall be recognized as acts of harassment, obstruction of justice, perjury, and treason.

ss.2. Harassment shall be defined as repeatedly sending, posting, or uttering statements that are reasonably deemed offensive, discriminatory, threatening, or subject to intervention by the NationStates moderators. These statements may be disseminated through posts on the Regional Message Board or forums, telegram, or any region recognized Discord channel.

ss.3. Obstruction of justice shall be defined as refusing to abide by a lawful instruction provided by a member of the Constabulary or refusing to abide by the terms of a sentence provided by a member of the Judiciary. Aiding any individual in their subversion of a lawful Constabulary instruction or a judicial sentence shall also be included in this definition.

ss.4. Perjury shall be defined as knowingly deceiving or misrepresenting facts or evidence while participating in an investigation by the Constabulary or a trial before the Judiciary.

ss.5. Treason shall be defined as knowingly attempting to overthrow the democratically elected regional government through acts of malice, deceit, or impersonation. These acts may be perpetrated against the regional government collectively or any individual public officeholder.


Section 3
Criminal Behaviour Perpetrated by a Public Officeholder


ss.1. Criminal behaviour perpetrated by a public officeholder shall be recognized as an abuse of office and abuse of authority.

ss.2. Abuse of office shall be defined as using the powers, prestige, or influence of a public office in a manner that is beyond the scope of that office's jurisdiction. This shall include influencing the democratic process in a negative or biased manner, partaking in behaviour not legally mandated to the public office in question, and knowingly misrepresenting the powers of a public office.

ss.3. Abuse of authority shall be defined as a public officeholder using the authorities available on NationStates or the moderator authorities on the region's recognized forums or Discord channels in a manner that is beyond the scope of that office's jurisdiction. This shall include using Communications authority for biased or non-governmental mass messaging, Border Security authority for banning or ejecting citizens without due process of the law, Appearance authority to knowingly remove important government links from the World Factbook Entry, or role granting authority to bestow any authority on a citizen or resident who is not entitled to said authority by law. The poll authority shall be allowed for collective recreational use provided it does not interfere with official government business such as elections or referendums, and no government business shall be delayed so as to accommodate the duration of a recreational poll.


Section 4
Sentences


ss.1. Should a citizen be found guilty of harassment, obstruction of justice, or perjury, the Judiciary shall impose a sentence that includes: a ban from the Regional Message Board and/or Discord channel for up to two weeks, a public apology to be issued upon the Regional Message Board and/or Discord, a term of up to two weeks to be served out in a recognized penitentiary region, and/or an order to discontinue direct contact with a specific citizen. Should the Judiciary deem the perpetrator's behaviour to be particularly severe or repetitious, the sentence may include a banjection from the region.

ss.2. Should a citizen be found guilty of treason, the Judiciary shall impose a sentence of banjection.

ss.3. Should a public officeholder be found guilty of abuse of office or abuse of authority, the Judiciary shall impose a sentence that includes: a formal censure of the perpetrator's behaviour to be displayed or linked to on the region's World Factbook Entry, a public apology to be issued upon the Regional Message Board and/or Discord, a ban from holding public office for a period of up to two months, and/or removal from public office. Should the Judiciary deem the perpetrator's behaviour to be particularly severe or repetitious, the sentence may include a banjection from the region.

Chancellor’s signature, Baxten

LinkLaw #003: The Political Organization Act

The Confederate Parliament

Law #003

An Act Entitled: The Political Organization Act

Introduced: July 25, 2017

Passed: August 5, 2017

Member of Parliament: The united providences of perland

Resolved by the Confederate Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations, that the following article is proposed as a law under the jurisdiction of the Confederacy of Free Nations, enforceable by all of its institutions.

Be it enacted by the Members of Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations in the Confederate Parliament, that


Section I
Definition of Political Organizations


ss.1. A political organization (otherwise referred to as a political party) within the Confederacy of Free Nations shall be defined as a group of three or more people in a group based on political ideals within the region.

ss.2. Any citizen of the region is free to join any party/organization they please, as long as consent is given by said party/organization.

ss.3. The founder(s) of an organization reserve the right to create specific guidelines for entry and eviction from a political organization so long as it does not conflict with any standing law, or the Constitution.


Section II
Regulation of Political Organizations


ss.1. The Parliment of the Confederacy of Free nations shall, upon passage and signage of this bill, be granted the power to officially recognize political parties/organizations (any and all parties before the passage of this bill do not have to be recognized by parliament). Parliment may do so by a motion, following the motioning procedure for said Parliment.

ss.2. To be considered for recognization, a party must have at least three citizens, a home charter of its views with no less than 200 words, not be dedicated to discriminating against a specific group of people intentionally, and be in no way a violation of any standing law or the Constitution.

ss.3. No government official may place into effect any policy or major decision (such as a court ruling) that favors an organization, nor shall the legislature pass any laws of the same nature.

ss.4. The parliament may also revoke a recognition of a recognized party begins or is at the time violating any regulation is sub section three of this section by a motion to Parliament. If said motion passes, the party loses the rights listed in Section Three. A recognition may also be revoked if the founding nation(s) request so.


Section III
Benefits of Being Recognized


ss.1. Members of a recognized organization, during elections, have the ability to request their party/organization be listed with their name and office that they are running for during an election, excluding elections for the judicial branch.

ss.2. Recognized parties reserve the right to hold conventions or party related events in an event that on the COFN Discord, or an event section of the forums so long as it does not overly disrupt other sections of those areas.

ss.3. All recognized parties will be listed in a master Factbook, hosted on the paper's account, to be maintained and updated by the Minister of Interior Affairs.

Chancellor’s signature, Baxten

LinkLaw #004: Question Time and Enquiry Act

The Confederate Parliament

Law #004

An Act Entitled: Question Time and Enquiry Act

Introduced: October 29, 2017

Passed: November 10, 2017

Member of Parliament: Cesorion

Resolved by the Confederate Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations, that the following article is proposed as a law under the jurisdiction of the Confederacy of Free Nations, enforceable by all of its institutions.

Be it enacted by the Members of Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations in the Confederate Parliament, that


Section 1
Terminology


As Government Term, or Term shall be styled, for the purposes of this present Act, the time between a General Election and the following General Election


Section 2
Offices of Ministers and Public Enquiry


ss.1. All Ministers shall, in their designated Office in the Forums, within the Hall of the Commonwealth, maintain at least two (2) threads.

ss.2. One titled "Announcements", for the announcements of their Ministry, and

ss.3. One titled "Public Enquiry". At the Public Enquiry thread, citizens can submit formal Questions to the Ministers, concerning their plans for the Future and the actions they have so far undertaken.


Section 3
Question Time


ss.1. At least once per term, there is to be a Question Time Address by the Speaker, to be published via a Region-Wide Telegram.

ss.2. This Question Time Address shall be made at around one month after the General Election, that is halfway in the Incumbent Government's term.

ss.3. In this Address, the Speaker shall (a) remind Ministers to answer any submitted Questions and (b) remind citizens to submit any Questions they may have


Section 4
Further Rules, Procedures, and Regulations


ss.1. The Speaker shall act as a Moderator of the Public Enquiry. They may use their Forums Authority to delete any Questions considered inappropriate, offensive and/or irrelevant with the Ministry addressed to

ss. 2. A week before a Government term concludes, the Speaker shall record all Questions and Answers and place them in a Papers Factbook in an orderly and organised manner for everyone to see.


Section 5
Credits


A similar bill, titled "Question Period Act" had been introduced in the Parliament of The Commonwealth of Free Nations, by Markotovia, then Chancellor. By the passage of this Act, this Parliament recognizes Markotovia as an capable Leader, Legislator and Politician.

Chancellor’s signature, Cesorion

LinkLaw #005: The Court of International Law and Justice Membership Act

The Confederate Parliament

Law #005

An Act Entitled: The Court of International Law and Justice Membership Act

Introduced: March 20, 2018

Passed: March 30, 2018

Amended: April 23, 2018

Member of Parliament: Unfallious (Original Author)| Jaslandia (Amendment Author)

Resolved by the Confederate Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations, that the following article is proposed as a law under the jurisdiction of the Confederacy of Free Nations, enforceable by all of its institutions.

Be it enacted by the Members of Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations in the Confederate Parliament, that


Section 1
Membership

ss.1. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is to apply for level 3 membership in the international organisation known as ‘The Court of International Law and Justice’, henceforth known as the CILJ, using the application process;

ss.2. The Supreme Court is to decide on a Justice who shall serve as the representative of the Confederacy to this organisation

ss.3. The Foreign Affairs Minister may not apply for membership until the Supreme Court has reached a decision and must include the name of the Justice selected as the permanent representative in the application;

ss.4. This Act must also be included in the application to the CILJ;

ss.5. The representative of the Confederacy to the CILJ may serve in this capacity until the end of the Supreme Court Justice term, at which point the Supreme Court shall again elect the Confederacy’s representative to the CILJ. The representative shall be allowed to stand for reelection, with no term limits for the representative;

ss.6. Should the Supreme Court be unable to elect a representative to the CILJ, the Chancellor shall choose the representative from among the candidates that the Supreme Court has voted on;

ss.7. The representative to the CILJ has the responsibility of keeping communications between the CILJ and the Confederacy open, as well as informing the CILJ of any disputes between the Confederacy and any other region that requires resolution via the CILJ’s Chamber of Inter-Regional Affairs;


Section 2
Role of the CILJ in the Confederacy

ss.1. The CILJ’s Chamber of Inter-Regional Affairs is to be the Confederacy’s main form of dispute resolution between itself and other regions;

ss.2. The CILJ may not be used for the resolution of disputes within the region or for the conduction of criminal trials;

ss.3. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs must endeavour to encourage allies of the Confederacy to also apply for level 3 membership within the CILJ;

ss.4. All diplomatic agreements between the Confederacy and its allies must include a provision recommending that all parties included in the agreement hold level 3 membership within the CILJ.

Chancellor’s signature, Mercunova

LinkLaw #006: The Chartered Organization Act

The Confederate Parliament

Law #006

An Act Entitled: The Chartered Organization Act

Introduced: March 18, 2018

Passed: April 1, 2018

Member of Parliament: The valleian orders

Resolved by the Confederate Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations, that the following article is proposed as a law under the jurisdiction of the Confederacy of Free Nations, enforceable by all of its institutions.

Be it enacted by the Members of Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations in the Confederate Parliament, that


Section 1
Chartered Organizations, Government Institutions, and Charters

ss.1. A Chartered Organization shall be defined as an organization or institution in the Confederation that holds a section on the COFN forums, and is structured by a charter, and does not explicitly assist in the governance of the Confederation.

ss.2. A Government Institution shall be defined as and Organization or Sub-Organization chartered by Parliament that assists in the governance of the Confederacy.

ss.3. A charter shall be defined as a document that defines the purpose and procedures of a Chartered Organization or Government Institution.


Section 2
Chartering Government Institutions

ss.1. A charter for an Government Institution must start as a motion for approval in the Confederate Parliament Assembled.

ss.2. These motions for approval shall have four days of debate in Parliament, unless otherwise specified by the author of the motions.

ss.3. Following the debate period, the motion shall be voted for using the voting procedures prescribed by the Constitution.

ss.4. A forum folder shall be created for newly established Government Institutions no more than one week after the motion’s passing in Parliament.


Section 3
Chartering Organizations

ss.1. Charters for Organizations not relative explicitly to Government shall be submitted to the Ministry of Internal Affairs for review.

ss.2. Charters are to be reviewed by the Ministry for the criteria listed in Section I, sub-section 3, and for the Organization’s appropriateness. Charters may be approved or denied by the Ministry according to these criteria.

ss.3. A forum folder shall be made for a newly Chartered Organization no later than one week from the charter’s approval.


Section 4
Inactive Organizations and Dissolutions of Inactive Organizations

ss.1. A Chartered Organization shall be considered Inactive after no posts related to the Organization’s purpose on its forum thread have been made for four consecutive months. This status shall be made known to the author of the organization’s charter upon the change of status.

ss.2. Unless otherwise stated in an organization’s charter, an organization that has been Inactive for two consecutive months shall be moved into the Graveyard archives of the forums.

Chancellor’s signature, Mercunova

LinkLaw #007: The Mentorship Act

The Confederate Parliament

Law #007

An Act Entitled: The Mentorship Act

Introduced: April 8, 2018

Passed: April 23, 2018

Member of Parliament: Lex Caledonia

Resolved by the Confederate Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations, that the following article is proposed as a law under the jurisdiction of the Confederacy of Free Nations, enforceable by all of its institutions.

Be it enacted by the Members of Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations in the Confederate Parliament, that


Section 1
Mentorship and Retention Initiative

ss.1. This initiative has been created to allow for increased nation retention and to establish the roles associated with it.

ss.2. The Minister of Internal Affairs and Vice Chancellor will be responsible for mentorship of newly applied citizens. Their responsibilities include: interacting with the new citizen, answering any of their questions, introducing and explaining regional events (RPs, polls, the RMB etc) and helping them interact with other nations; making them feel at home.

ss.3. Mentorship will no longer be required when the supported citizen feels as if they are comfortable enough and confirm in writing that they no longer need assisstance. They can do so naturally in their own time or after the mentors enquire and they then confirm.

Chancellor’s signature, PENDING

LinkLaw #008: The Discord Establishment, Structure and Administration Act

The Confederate Parliament

Law #008

An Act Entitled: The Discord Establishment, Structure and Administration Act

Introduced: April 10, 2018

Passed: April 23, 2018

Member of Parliament: Unfallious

Resolved by the Confederate Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations, that the following article is proposed as a law under the jurisdiction of the Confederacy of Free Nations, enforceable by all of its institutions.

Be it enacted by the Members of Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations in the Confederate Parliament, that


Section 1
Establishment

ss.1. The Discord server currently owned and operated by a citizen of the Confederacy is to be regionalised and placed under the exclusive control of the government of the Confederacy;

ss.2. Should the transferal of ownership not possible for any reason, a new Discord server is to be created named ‘The Confederacy of Free Nations’;

ss.3. For the purposes of its administration, an account is to be created for which ownership of the server is to be transferred to. This account, henceforth known as the ‘ownership account’ shall be named ‘The Confederacy of Free Nations’ or as close to this as possible if this username is, for whatever reason, unavailable;

ss.4. The former owner of the Discord, in their capacity as former operator of the Discord, is tasked with creating the account which ownership is to be transferred to. In the case that they are not willing to, or if the transfer cannot go ahead, the Chancellor may choose another citizen to create the account;

ss.5. The former owner of the Discord, or the individual chosen to create the ownership account, shall be the one to undertake all structural changes and role creations as mentioned in this Act;

ss.6. Upon the completion of the provisions of this act, the individual in control of the ownership account may retain ownership of the account, but may only exercise use of it in order to maintain the provisions of this Act or to restore order should a catastrophic failure of the permissions system occur;

ss.7. The individual in control of the ownership account may be re-selected by the House in a simple majority vote, in which case the preceding individual must hand over the password and email address associated with the account to their successor. The succeeding individual must change both the email address and password of the account;

ss.8. The individual in control of the ownership account is not required to be a part of the Discord Administrative Organisation;


Section 2
Role

ss.1. The Discord obtained/created by this Act may be used by both The Government and the citizenry for any reason not exempted by this Act and is to be the only Discord server which may be displayed on the World Factbook Entry;

ss.2. The Discord’s primary role is to be a medium by which the citizenry can communicate amongst each other and The Government as well as the facilitation of governmental co-operation and organisation;

ss.3. The Discord may not be used as a vessel for the passing or rejection of bills or in any capacity related to the Confederate Parliament other than that of organisation on the part of the Speaker and the publication of the status of bills, amendments and laws;

ss.4. The Discord may not be used to exercise any of the functions of The Confederate Parliament except in circumstances by which they cannot be carried out on the forums;

ss.5. In the case that the forums are not available for a period surpassing seven (7) days the Discord may be used as a substitute legislature. In this case Article 4, Sections 3 and 4 will be suspended until such a time as the forums become available. The Speaker is tasked with ensuring that sessions of this substitute legislature are as accessible as possible to the majority of the citizenry. Continued efforts must be made to restore the legislature to the forums;


Section 3
Structure

ss.1. The ‘Citizen’ role is to be created within the Discord and given to all citizens of the region as according to the relevant government authority. This role is to be given to all citizens regardless of other roles they may also possess within the Discord. This role shall not possess any permissions outside of those given by default;

ss.2. The Discord shall have a role that accommodates all of The Government and distinguishes them as members of The Government, set apart from the citizenry. This role shall not possess any permissions outside of those given by default;

ss.3. The specific role of Chancellor shall be established and given all permissions except that of the ‘Administrator’, ‘Manage Roles’, ‘Manage Channels’, and ‘Manage Server’ permissions;

ss.4. Members of the Supreme Court shall be accommodated by a role that distinguishes them as members of The Judiciary, set apart from the citizenry. This role shall not possess any permissions outside of those given by default;

ss.5. Members of committees shall be accommodated by a role that gives indication of which committee or committees they are a member of;

ss.6. A ‘Mod’ role shall be established with all of the default permissions as well as the ‘Mute Members, ‘Deafen Members, ‘Move Members’, ‘Manage Messages’, ‘Kick Members’, and Manage Nicknames’ permissions. This will be given to citizens assigned to the Discord Administrative Organisation as detailed in Article 6;

ss.7. An ‘Admin’ role shall be established with all permissions except that of the ‘Administrator’, and ‘Manage Server’ permissions. This will be given to citizens assigned to the Discord Administrative Organisation as detailed in Article 6;

ss.8. A ‘Director’ role shall be established with all permissions except that of the ‘Administrator’ permission. This role should possess the ability to edit all other roles within the Discord. This will be given to the citizen assigned to the head of the Discord Administrative Organisation as detailed in Section 4;


Section 3
Administration

ss.1. The Discord Administrative Organisation or DAO is to be established as the governing body of the Discord under the control of a Director;

ss.2. The DAO is to be headed formally by a citizen appointed by the Chancellor. The appointed individual takes office immediately, but must gain majority approval from the Cabinet within two (2) weeks of taking office. The Chancellor may not appoint themselves or a member of the Cabinet. The Confederate Parliament also possesses the right to take a vote of approval on an appointee to the position of Director if a written request is submitted to both the Speaker and Chancellor with the signatures of at least 3 Members of Parliament within 2 weeks of the appointment taking place;

ss.3. The Director serves at the pleasure of the Chancellor and may be dismissed as they see fit;

ss.4. The Director is to be granted the ‘Director’ role on the Discord and is to exercise the duties of the administrative role. The Head of the DAO must also maintain the provisions of this Act to the best of their ability and, in the case that they are unable, inform the individual in control of the ownership account to take action;

ss.5. The Head of the DAO is also required to assign citizens to fill the moderation and administrative roles of the Discord;

ss.6. The Head of the DAO, with assistance from those appointed to the administrative roles, is tasked with maintaining an article detailing the correct and appropriate usage of the Discord in a place that is visible to all users of the Discord. This article should also make Discord users aware of the law of the Confederacy which relate to communication and appropriate behaviour;

ss.7. The ‘Mod’ role is tasked with keeping order in voice and text channels as well as maintaining the laws of the Confederacy;

ss.8. The ‘Admin’ role is tasked with maintaining the structure of the Discord, assisting the government and citizens alike in the creation of additional channels and setting them up as according to government stipulations. The administrative role may also exercise the duties of the moderation role.

Chancellor’s signature, PENDING

LinkLaw #009: The Codification of Internal Affairs Act

The Confederate Parliament

Law #009

An Act Entitled: The Codification of Internal Affairs Act

Introduced: April 8, 2018

Passed: April 23, 2018

Member of Parliament: Lex Caledonia

Resolved by the Confederate Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations, that the following article is proposed as a law under the jurisdiction of the Confederacy of Free Nations, enforceable by all of its institutions.

Be it enacted by the Members of Parliament of the Confederacy of Free Nations in the Confederate Parliament, that


Section 1

ss.1. The role of the Minister of Internal Affairs is to ensure the organisation and archiving of all citizenships in the CoFN, cataloging incoming and existing citizens into a citizenship roster. This roster will contain the names of all citizens/residents/dual-citizens/foreign ambassadors (main nations and puppets) in alphabetical order, keeping the roster organised and up to date on a weekly basis.

ss.2. The MoIA will also be a mentor to a new citizen who requires mentorship, introducing them to the CoFN and its various activities and nations.

ss.3. It is their responsibility to ensure Cabinet-Parliament relations are civil and can act as an intermediary if two parties have an issue with one another.

Chancellor’s signature, PENDING


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