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Continental Protection Council Constitution



Continental Protection Council Constitution Wrote:
Article 1 Protective Powers

  1. Protective Power nations are assigned by the Council Chief upon election or re-election, within the scope of the region assigned by the Council Chief.
  2. Each Protective Power appoints a Councilor and subsequent staff designated with the following responsibilities:
    • Facilitate and support constituent nations in their efforts to represent their concerns with other nations around the world, including facilitating and assisting in any dispute resolution that may be required.
    • Collaborate with constituent nations to learn of their concerns, opinions, and policies and aim to ensure that their concerns are addressed by this council as required.
    • Observe and report to this council regarding the compliance, effectiveness, and enforcement of any directives, sanctions, or findings.
    • Work with constituent nations to ensure the prosperity of local economic and environmental synergy.
    • Cast an informed vote that represents the interests and goals of the regions they represent.
  3. In the event that any protective power is perceived to have a conflict of interest in any directives, findings, and sanctions proposed in this council, will be forbidden from voting in regards to that directive, finding, or sanction.
  4. The world chief may not have a conflict of interest in any of the protective powers (Off-RP: No protective power can also be world chief). In such an event, the world chief must appoint another protective power.


Article 2 Continental Protection Council

  1. This council can issue a directive, finding, or sanction provided that either of the following conditions is met
    • A simple majority of this council is supported by the world chief
    • A unanimous support of all councilors
  2. Once either of the above conditions are met, the proposed directive, finding, or sanction is effective immediately, or at a date specified within the directive, finding, or sanction in question.
  3. All directives, findings, and sanctions issued by this council must be made for the purpose of protecting peace, environmental or economic stability, or to save human lives.
  4. In the event that this council is deadlocked in a tie vote, and all valid votes have been cast, the world chief may cast a vote in this council.


Article 3 World Chief

  1. Every four years an election will be held for a new world chief, whereby every nation may cast a single vote.
  2. Each new world chief must reaffirm the current protective powers, or issue alterations to them such that the protective powers meet the requirements as above in article 1.
  3. The World Chief may only alter the protective powers assignment once per term. A new World Chief, or re-election of the same World Chief allows for a new assignment of the protective powers. This authority is not transferable between elected terms.
  4. In the event of a substantial crisis, the World Chief may issue a directive, finding, or sanction without the support of the Protection Council, subject to
    • any single Councilor may veto this executive order.
    • This directive, finding, or sanction may still be authorized or altered according to provisions of Article 2.
  5. It is the World Chiefs responsibility to remain accessible to the concerns of international representatives who feel that their protective councilor does not appropriately represent their interests.


Article 4 Extent of Protection Council Authority

  1. An executive order or council vote may issue a directive, finding, or sanction using the following allowed authority
    • Issue an approving sanction of a nation, its military activity, or ongoing policy.
    • Issue a disapproving sanction of a nation, its military activity, or ongoing policy.
    • Issue a finding that a nation, its military activity, or ongoing policy conforms to the set of directives, findings, or sanctions enacted by this council or an executive orders.
    • Issue a finding that a nation, its military activity, or ongoing policy contravenes the set of directives, findings, or sanctions enacted by this council or an executive orders.
    • Direct a nation or nations to achieve or attempt to achieve a task or goal with a reasonable degree of effort that does not impose undue hardship.
    • Direct a nation or nations to avoid or eliminate a situation with a reasonable degree of effort that does not impose undue hardship.
  2. A directive, sanction, or finding that exceeds the scope of the allowed authorities established above cannot be enacted by this council or an executive order.
  3. In the event that a national representative feels that a directive, sanction, or finding contravenes this article, the World Chief is to first review the case, and strike down the directive, sanction, or finding. This decision can then be appealed to the council.



Article 5 Modifying This Constitution

  1. This constitution may be modified if all of the following conditions are met
    • The modification is proposed by the World Chief or one of the Protection Councilors
    • The modification is supported by the World Chief
    • The modification is supported by all current Protective Councilors
    • The modification does not disproportionately effect any nation, region, or continent in any way.
    • The modification is not opposed by two or more nations of each continent not designated as Protective Councilors.