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Federal Bohemia wrote:Where did you go then? Because in Sau Paulo it's veryfriendly there and same with Rio, as well in Brasilia and Campo Grande, so now I am confused.

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The Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia

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The Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia

Alright next topic! Any feedback on the latest version of my factbook, V2.1 Alpha, let me know. Here is the factbook:

The Bohemian Homepage







Welcome to the Official Website!
We hope this a helpful source for you to understand more about Federal Bohemia!

National Motto: "Neexistuje žádný vrchol reality, není žádný vrchol Čech."
"There is no peak to reality, there is no peak to Bohemia."


The Constitutional Monarchy of Bohemia


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Motto: "Neexistuje žádný vrchol reality, není žádný vrchol Čech."



Location


Population: 1.01 billion
-Density: 436.6/km²


Capital: Prague
Largest City: Prague


Official Language: Czech



National Language: Czech, Czech-Bohemian, Czech-Moravian, Czech-Silesian, English


Demonym: Bohemian

Government:
- Prince: Justinian Belssarius Sulla
- Overseer: Davus Marcolini
- Archduke: Marro Cersavzcha
- Chief Justice: Chlangen Varrici
- Speaker of the House: Vlandia Mischotzey


Legislature:
- Upper Chamber: Deputies of Senate
-Lower Chamber: Royal House of Lavender


Independence: 30th of September 2020


Land Area: 20,102 mi²
32,351 km²
Water Area: Land-Locked - Access to Rivers but not Seas nor Oceans
Water %: 0.2% - Natural Water


Elevation
Highest Point: Sněžka 1,603 metres (5,259 ft)
Lowest Point: Elbe River -115 m (-377 ft)


GDP (nominal): 67.7 Trillion (March 24, 2021)
GDP (nominal) per capita: 67,985 (March 24, 2021)


Human Development Index (NS Version): 60.09 (March 24, 2021)


Currency: Bohemian Thaler


Time Zone: GMT+1


Calling code: +420


Internet TLD: .fb



Contents:

1. Constitution
1.1 Preamble
1.2 Articles
1.3 Amendments
1.4 Policies
1.5 Final Constitutional Speech
1.6 Signatures

2. Status
2.1 History
2.2 Economy
2.3 Military
2.4 Government

3. Geography
3.1 Political Geography
3.2 Physical Geography
3.3 Demographics

4. Culture
4.1 Language
4.2 Religion
4.3 Education
4.4 Healthcare
4.5 Art
4.6 Sports
4.7 Music
4.8 People and Ecology
4.9 Cuisine
4.10 Major News/Entertainment Media

5. Region and Assemblies
5.1 Foreign Affairs
5.2 Czech/European Agreements
5.3 World Assembly Legislations
5.4 World Assembly Votes
5.5 Tourism
5.6 International Transportation and Infrastructure

6. Miscellaneous
6.1 Medals
6.2 Trophies
6.3 National Trends
6.4 International Ranks
6.5 Bohemian Cards
6.6 Bohemian Events and Political Elections



Constitution (Reviewed on January 24 2021):
DISCLAIMER: If the articles are too long, just read the preamble, amendments, policies, and the final speech instead, the articles are just for more important details.

Preamble:
To whom to the men and women who serve under this nation within that prospers economic value, political freedom, and civil rights for all. We the men and women who die for the souls greater than ever before for the heart of the core and for the weak of the sore. Ye ponder with a blade in one hand and a shield in the other, their feet stand still in formation, their mind depended on the greatest prince that controls this constitutional monarchy with a full grasp of dominance and a thirst for blood against his sworn enemies. For the greatest has prevailed throughout the lands of what develops and seeks to be founded as a nation, as known forever grand, the Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia.


Article I:
The Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia is sovereign, unitary, and democratic imperialized monarchy governed by the rule of law, founded on respect for the rights and freedoms of man and of citizens. Federal Bohemia shall observe its obligations resulting from international law. All imperial authority emanates from the people; they exercise it through legislative, executive, and judicial bodies. A constitutional act may designate the conditions under which the people may exercise imperial authority directly. Imperial authority is to serve those citizens whom have a higher class of nobility, although, the men and women who serve this as non-imperial authority, shall be served directly by the city they propose to live in and may be asserted only in cases, within the bounds, and in the manner provided for by law. All citizens may do that which is not prohibited by law; and nobody may be compelled to do that which is not imposed upon deceitful by law. The Charter of Fundamental Rights and Basic Freedoms forms part of the constitutional order of Federal Bohemia. The fundamental rights and basic freedoms shall enjoy the protection of judicial bodies. The political system is founded on the free and voluntary formation of and free competition among those political parties which respect the fundamental democratic principles and which renounce force as means of promoting their interests. Political decisions emerge from the will of the majority manifested in free voting. The decision-making of the majority shall take into consideration the interests of minorities. The Cities, Government of Legislation, and Monarchy shall concern itself with the prudent use of its natural resources and the protection of its natural wealth. The right of autonomous territorial units to self-government is guaranteed. This Constitution may be supplemented or amended only by constitutional acts. Any changes in the essential requirements for democratic monarchy governed by the rule of law are impermissible. Legal norms may not be interpreted so as to authorize anyone to do away with or jeopardize the democratic foundations of the monarchy. Promulgated treaties, to the ratification of which Parliament has given its consent and by which Federal Bohemia is bound, form part of the legal order; if treaty provides something other than that which statute provides, the treaty shall apply. Certain powers of Federal Bohemia authorities may be transferred by treaty to an international organization or institution. The ratification of treaty under paragraph requires the consent of Parliament, unless constitutional act provides that such ratification requires the approval obtained in referendum. The government shall inform the Parliament, regularly and in advance, on issues connected to obligations resulting from Federal Bohemia's membership in an international organization or institution. The chambers of Parliament shall give their views on prepared decisions of such international organization or institution in the manner laid down in their standing orders. A statute governing the principles of dealings and relations between both chambers, as well as externally, may entrust the exercise of the chambers’ competence pursuant to paragraph to body common to both chambers.


Article II:
The territory of Federal Bohemia forms an indivisible whole, the borders of which may be altered only by constitutional act. The conditions under which citizenship of Federal Bohemia is acquired and lost shall be provided for by statute. No person may be deprived of his citizenship against his will. The capital city of Federal Bohemia is Prague. The small, medium, and large imperial monarchial emblem, the imperial monarchial colors, the imperial monarchial flag, the flag of the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia, the imperial monarchial seal, and the national anthem are the imperial monarchial symbols of Federal Bohemia. The imperial monarchial symbols and their use shall be governed by statute. The legislative power of Federal Bohemia is vested in the Parliament. The Parliament consists of two chambers, the Royal House of Lavender and the Deputies of Senate. In the Royal House of Lavender there shall be 200 Lavenders, who are elected to two-year term of office. In the Deputies of Senate there shall be eighty-one Senators, who are elected to four-year term of office. Every year elections for one-third of the Senators shall be held. Elections to both chambers shall be held during the period commencing thirty days prior to the expiration of each electoral term and ending on the day of its expiration. If the Royal House of Lavender is dissolved, the elections to it shall be held within sixty days of the dissolution. Elections to the Royal House of Lavender shall be held by secret ballot on the basis of universal, equal, and direct right to vote, according to the principle of proportional representation. Elections to the Deputies of Senate shall be held by secret ballot on the basis of universal, equal, and direct right to vote, according to the principle of majority rule. Each citizen of Federal Bohemia who has attained the age of twenty-one has the right to vote. Any citizen of Federal Bohemia who has the right to vote and has attained the age of thirty is eligible for election to the Royal House of Lavender. Any citizen of Federal Bohemia who has the right to vote and has attained the age of forty-five is eligible for election to the Deputies of Senate. Lavenders and Senators gain their mandate by their election. Further conditions upon the exercise of the right to vote, the organization of elections, and the extent of judicial oversight over them shall be provided for by statute. No person may be at the same time member of both chambers of Parliament. The office of Lavender or Senator is incompatible with holding the office of the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy, the office of judge, and with other offices to be designated by statute. Lavender or Senator’s mandate shall lapse on the day that man assumes the office of Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy, the office of judge, or other offices incompatible with the office of Lavender or Senator. Lavenders shall take the oath of office at the first meeting of the Royal House of Lavender which they attend. Senators shall take the oath of office at the first meeting of the Deputies of Senate which they attend. Lavenders and Senators shall take the following oath of office: "I pledge loyalty to Federal Bohemia. I pledge that I will uphold its Constitution and laws. I pledge on my honor that I will carry out my duties in the interest of all the people, to the best of my knowledge and conscience." Lavenders and Senators may resign their seat by declaration made in person at meeting of the chamber of which they are member. Should serious circumstances prevent them from so doing, they shall submit their resignation in the manner provided for by statute. Lavender or Senator’s mandate shall lapse: a. upon his/her refusal to take the oath of office or upon taking the oath with reservations, b. upon the expiration of the electoral term, c. when he resigns his/her seat, d. upon his/her loss of eligibility to hold office, e. for Lavenders, upon the dissolution of the Royal House of Lavender, f. when an incompatibility of offices under Article 2 arises. Lavenders and Senators shall perform their duties personally in accordance with their oath of office; in addition, they shall not be bound by anyone’s instructions.


Article III:
There shall be no legal recourse against Lavenders or Senators for their votes in the Royal House of Lavender or Deputies of Senate respectively, or in the bodies thereof. Lavenders and Senators may not be criminally prosecuted for speeches in the Royal House of Lavender or the Deputies of Senate respectively, or in the bodies thereof. Lavenders and Senators are subject only to the disciplinary authority of the chamber of which they are member. In respect of administrative offenses, Lavenders and Senators are subject only to the disciplinary authority of the chamber of which they are member, unless statute provides otherwise. Lavenders and Senators may not be criminally prosecuted except with the consent of the chamber of which they are member. If that chamber withholds its consent, such criminal prosecution shall be forever foreclosed. Lavenders and Senators may be arrested only if they are apprehended while committing criminal act or immediately thereafter. The arresting authority must immediately announce such an arrest to the chairperson of the chamber of which the detainee is member; if, within 2 days of the arrest, the chairperson of the chamber does not give his/her consent to hand the detainee over to court, the arresting authority is obliged to release him. At the very next meeting of that chamber, it shall make the definitive decision as to whether he may be prosecuted. Lavenders and Senators have the right to refuse to give evidence as to facts about which they learned in connection with the performance of their duties, and this privilege continues in effect even after they cease to be Lavender or Senator. The Royal House of Lavender elects and recalls its Chairperson and Vice-Chairpersons. The Deputies of Senate elects and recalls its Chairperson and Vice-Chairpersons. For investigations into matters of public interest, the Royal House of Lavender may create investigating commissions if at least one-fifth of the Lavenders so propose. The proceedings before commissions shall be governed by statute. Each chamber shall establish committees and commissions as its bodies. The activities of committees and commissions shall be governed by statute. Lavender or Senator who is member of the government may not serve as the Chairperson or Vice-Chairperson of the Royal House of Lavender or the Deputies of Senate or as member of parliamentary committee, investigating commission, or commission. If the Royal House of Lavender is dissolved, the Deputies of Senate shall be empowered to adopt legislative measures concerning matters which cannot be delayed and which would otherwise require the adoption of statute. The Deputies of Senate is not authorized, however, to adopt legislative measures concerning the Constitution, the imperial monarch budget, the final imperial monarch accounting, an electoral law, or treaties under Article 1. Only the government may submit proposals for such legislative measures to the Deputies of Senate. Legislative measures of the Deputies of Senate shall be signed by the Chairperson of the Deputies of Senate, the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy, and the Overseer; they shall be promulgated in the same manner as statutes. Legislative measures of the Deputies of Senate must be ratified by the Royal House of Lavender at its first meeting. Should the Royal House of Lavender not ratify them, they shall cease to be in force. The chambers shall hold standing sessions. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall convene sessions of the Royal House of Lavender, so that they may be opened no later than thirty days after an election. If he/she fails to do so, the Royal House of Lavender shall convene on the thirtieth day after the elections. Sessions of chamber may be adjourned by resolution. The total number of days in year for which session may be adjourned shall not exceed one hundred and twenty. While session is adjourned, the Chairperson of the Royal House of Lavender or the Deputies of Senate may summon their respective chambers to meeting before the date designated therefor. They shall always do so should the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy, the government, or at least one-fifth of that chamber’s members so request. Sessions of the Royal House of Lavender conclude upon the expiration of the electoral term or by its dissolution. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy may dissolve the Royal House of Lavender if: a. the Royal House of Lavender does not adopt resolution of confidence in newly appointed government, the Overseer of which was appointed by the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy, on the basis of proposal of the Chairperson of the Royal House of Lavender; b. the Royal House of Lavender fails, within three months, to reach decision on governmental bill with the consideration of which the government has joined the issue of confidence. c. a session of the Royal House of Lavender has been adjourned for longer period than is permissible. d. for period of more than three months, the Royal House of Lavender has not formed quorum, even though its session has not been adjourned and it has, during this period, been repeatedly summoned to meeting. The Royal House of Lavender may not be dissolved during the three-month period preceding the expiration of its electoral term. Sessions of the chambers shall be open to the public. The public may be excluded only under conditions provided for in statute. The Chairperson of the Royal House of Lavender convenes joint meetings of the chambers. Joint meetings of the chambers shall be conducted in accordance with the standing orders of the Royal House of Lavender. Members of the government have the right to attend the meetings of either chamber, their committees, or commissions. They shall be given the opportunity to speak whenever they request. Members of the government are obliged to appear in person at meeting of the Royal House of Lavender, if it so resolves. The same applies to meetings of committees, commissions, or investigating commissions, in which case, however, member of the government may have deputy or another member of the government appear in his stead if his personal participation has not been explicitly demanded. One-third of the members of each chamber constitutes quorum. Unless this Constitution provides otherwise, the concurrence of simple majority of the Lavenders or Senators present is required for the adoption of resolution in either chamber. The concurrence of an absolute majority of all Lavenders and an absolute majority of all Senators is required for the adoption of resolution declaring imperial monarch of war or resolution granting assent to sending the armed forces of Federal Bohemia outside the territory of Federal Bohemia or the stationing of the armed forces of other cities within the territory of Federal Bohemia, as well as with the adoption of resolution concerning Federal Bohemia's participation in the defensive systems of an international organization of which federal Bohemia is member. The concurrence of three-fifths of all Lavenders and three-fifths of all Senators present is required for the adoption of constitutional act or for giving assent to the ratification of treaties referred to in Article 1. In order to adopt an electoral law, law concerning the principles of dealings and relations of both chambers, both between themselves and externally, or law enacting the standing orders for the Deputies of Senate, both the Royal House of Lavender and the Deputies of Senate must approve it.


Article IV:
Bills shall be introduced in the Royal House of Lavender. Bills may be introduced by Lavenders, groups of Lavenders, the Deputies of Senate, the government, or representative bodies of higher self-governing regions. Bills on the imperial monarch budget and the final imperial monarch accounting shall be introduced by the government. These bills shall be debated at public meeting, and only the Royal House of Lavender may adopt resolutions concerning them. Parliament decides on the declaration of imperial monarch of war, if Federal Bohemia is attacked, or if such is necessary for the fulfillment of its international treaty obligations on collective self-defense against aggression. The Parliament decides on Federal Bohemia’s participation in defensive systems of an international organization of which Federal Bohemia is member. The Parliament gives its consent to: a. the sending the armed forces of Federal Bohemia outside the territory of Federal Bohemia; b. the stationing of the armed forces of other cities within the territory of Federal Bohemia, unless such decisions are reserved to the government. The government may decide to send the armed forces of Federal Bohemia outside the territory of Federal Bohemia and to allow the stationing of the armed forces of other cities within the territory of Federal Bohemia for period not exceeding 60 days, in matters concerning the: a. the fulfillment of obligations pursuant to treaties on collective self-defense against aggression, b. participation in peace-keeping operations pursuant to the decision of an international organization of which Federal Bohemia is member, if the receiving imperial monarch consents; c. participation in rescue operations in cases of natural catastrophe, industrial or ecological accidents. The government may also decide: a. on the transfer of the armed forces of other cities across the territory of Federal Bohemia and on their overflight over the territory of Federal Bohemia. b. on the participation of the armed forces of Federal Bohemia in military exercises outside the territory of Federal Bohemia and on the participation of the armed forces of other cities in military exercises within the territory of Federal Bohemia. Without delay the government shall inform both chambers of Parliament concerning any decisions it makes pursuant. The Parliament may annul the government’s decisions; in order to annul such decisions of the government, the disapproving resolution of one of the chambers, adopted by an absolute majority of all its members, shall suffice. The government has the right to express its views on all bills. If the government does not express its views on bill within thirty days of the delivery thereof, it shall be presumed to have positive views. The government is entitled to require that the Royal House of Lavender conclude debate on government-sponsored bill within three months of its submission, provided that the government joins with it request for vote of confidence. The Royal House of Lavender shall submit bills which it has approved to the Deputies of Senate without undue delay. The Deputies of Senate shall debate bills and take action on them within thirty days of their submission. The Deputies of Senate shall either adopt bills, reject them, return them to the Royal House of Lavender with proposed amendments, or declare its intention not to deal with them. If the Deputies of Senate does not declare its intention within the time period permitted by Article 2, it shall be deemed to have adopted bill. If the Deputies of Senate rejects bill, the Royal House of Lavender shall vote on it again. The bill is adopted if it is approved by an absolute majority of all Lavenders. If the Deputies of Senate returns bill to the Royal House of Lavender with proposed amendments, the Royal House of Lavender shall vote on the version of the bill approved by the Deputies of Senate. The bill is adopted by its resolution. If the Royal House of Lavender does not approve the version of the bill adopted by the Deputies of Senate, it shall vote again on the version it submitted to the Deputies of Senate. The bill is adopted if it is approved by an absolute majority of all Lavenders. The Royal House of Lavender may not propose amendments in the course of debate on bill that has been rejected or returned to it. If the Deputies of Senate declares its intent not to deal with bill, it shall be adopted by that declaration. The assent of both chambers of Parliament is required for the ratification of treaties: a. affecting the rights or duties of persons; b. of alliance, peace, or other political nature; c. by which Federal Bohemia becomes member of an international organization; d. of general economic nature; e. concerning additional matters, the regulation of which is reserved to statute. With the exception of constitutional acts, the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy has the right to return adopted acts, with statement of his/her reasons, within fifteen days of the day they were submitted to him/her. The Royal House of Lavender shall vote again on returned acts. Proposed amendments are not permitted. If the Royal House of Lavender reaffirms its approval of the act by an absolute majority of all Lavenders, the act shall be promulgated. Otherwise the act shall be deemed not to have been adopted. Statutes that have been adopted shall be signed by the Chairperson of the Royal House of Lavenders, the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy, and the Overseer. In order for statute to be valid, it must be promulgated. The manner in which statutes and treaties are to be promulgated shall be provided for by statute. Each Deputy has the right to interpolate the government or members of it concerning matters within their competence. Interpellated members of the government shall respond to an interpellation within thirty days of its submission.


Article V:
The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy is the head of imperial monarchy. The Parliament shall elect the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy at joint meeting of both chambers. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall not be responsible for the performance of his duties. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy assumes his/her office upon taking the oath of office. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy’s term of office lasts forever until he/she dies and begins on the day she takes the oath of office. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy cannot resign his term of office. The election shall be held during the final thirty days of the term of office of the incumbent Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy. If the office of the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy becomes vacant, the election shall be held within thirty days of it becoming vacant. Any citizen eligible for election to the Senate may be elected Prince. No person may be elected Prince twice for it is who the Prince who shall die and cannot resign. A group of at least ten Lavenders or ten Senators is entitled to nominate candidate. The candidate who receives an absolute majority of the votes of all Lavenders and an absolute majority of the votes of all Senators is elected Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy. Should none of the candidates receive an absolute majority of the votes of all Lavenders and all Senators, second round of the election shall be held within fourteen days of the first. The candidate who received the highest number of votes in the Chamber of Lavenders and the candidate who received the highest number of votes in the Deputies of Senate shall advance into the second round. If more than one candidate receives the same highest number of votes, either in the Royal House of Lavender or in the Deputies of Senate, the votes cast for them in both chambers shall be added together. The candidate who receives the highest number of votes calculated in this manner shall advance into the second round. The candidate who receives an absolute majority of the votes of Lavenders present and an absolute majority of the votes of Senators present shall be elected. If no candidate is elected Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy in the second round of the election either, within fourteen days thereof, third round of the election shall be held, in which the candidate from the second round who receives an absolute majority of the votes of the Lavenders and Senators present shall be elected. If no candidate is elected Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy even in the third round, new elections shall be held. The Chairman of the Royal House of Lavender shall administer the oath of office to the Prince-elect at joint meeting of both chambers. The Prince-elect shall take the following oath of office: "I pledge loyalty to Federal Bohemia. I pledge to uphold its Constitution and laws. I pledge on my honor to carry out my duties in the interest of all the people, to the best of my knowledge and conscience." If the Prince-elect refuses to take the oath of office or takes it with reservations, he shall be deemed not to have been elected. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy: a. appoints and recalls the Overseer and other members of the government and accepts their resignations, recalls the government and accepts its resignation; b. convenes sessions of the Royal House of Lavender; c. may dissolve the Royal House of Lavender; e. shall appoint Justices of the Constitutional Court, its Chairperson and Vice-Chairpersons; f. shall appoint from among judges the Chairperson and Vice-Chairpersons of the Supreme Court; g. may grant pardons or commute sentences imposed by courts, order that criminal proceeding not be instituted or, if it has been instituted, that it be discontinued, and order that criminal record be expunged; h. has the right to return to Parliament acts it has adopted, with the exception of constitutional acts; i. shall sign statutes; j. shall appoint the Prince and Overseer of the Supreme Auditing Office; k. shall appoint members of the Banking Council of the Federal Bohemian National Bank; l. shall call referendum on Federal Bohemia’s accession to the European Region and declare the result thereof. In addition, the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy: a. represents the imperial monarch externally; b. negotiates and ratifies international treaties; he/she may delegate the negotiation of international treaties to the government or, with its consent, to individual members thereof; c. is the supreme commander of the armed forces; d. receives heads of diplomatic missions; e. accredits and recalls heads of diplomatic missions; f. calls elections to the Royal House of Lavender and the Deputies of Senate; g. commissions and promotes generals; h. may grant and award imperial monarch honors, unless he/she has empowered some other body to do so; i. appoints judges; j. has the right to issue amnesties. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy also possesses powers which are not explicitly enumerated in constitutional acts if statute so provides. In order to be valid, decisions of the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy issued pursuant to paragraphs and require the countersignature of the Overseer or member of the government designated by him. The government is responsible for the decisions of the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy that require the countersignature of the Overseer or member of the government designated by him. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy has the right to take part in the meetings of both chambers of Parliament, as well as those of their committees and commissions. He shall be given the opportunity to speak whenever he requests. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy has the right to take part in the meetings of the government, to request reports from the government or its members, and to discuss with the government or its members issues that fall within their competence. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy may not be taken into detention, criminally prosecuted, nor prosecuted for misdemeanors or other administrative offenses. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy may be prosecuted for high treason before the Constitutional Court on the basis of charge brought by the Deputies of Senate. The only penalty that may be imposed is the loss of the Principality and of further eligibility for the office. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy may never be criminally prosecuted for criminal acts committed during the period he/she held the office of the Principality. If the office of the Principality becomes vacant and before the new Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy has been elected or has taken the oath of office, likewise if the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy is, for serious reasons, incapable of performing his duties, and if the Royal House of Lavenders and the Deputies of Senate adopt resolution to this effect, the performance of the principality duties under Article 5 shall devolve upon the Overseer. In any period in which the Overseer is performing the above-specified principality duties, the performance of the duties under Article 5 shall devolve upon the Chairperson of the Royal House of Lavender; if the office of the Principality becomes vacant during period in which the Royal House of Lavender is dissolved, the performance of these functions shall devolve upon the Chairperson of the Deputies of Senate.


Article VI:
The government is the highest body of executive power. The government consists of the Overseer, deputy prime ministers, and ministers. The government is responsible to the Assembly of Deputies. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall appoint the Overseer and, on the basis of his/her proposal, the other members of the government and entrust them with the management of the ministries or other offices. Within thirty days of its appointment, the government shall go before the Royal House of Lavender and ask it for vote of confidence. If the newly appointed government does not receive vote of confidence from the Royal House of Lavender, the process in paragraphs and shall be repeated. If the government appointed on this second attempt does not receive vote of confidence from the Royal House of Lavender either, the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall appoint the Overseer on the basis of proposal by the Chairperson of the Royal House of Lavender. In other cases, on the basis of the Overseer’s proposal, the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall appoint and recall other members of the government and entrust them with the management of the ministries or other offices. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall administer the oath of office to the members of the government. The members of the government shall take the following oath of office: "I pledge loyalty to Federal Bohemia. I pledge that I will uphold its Constitution and laws and bring them to life. I pledge on my honor that I will conscientiously carry out my duties and not abuse my position." Members of the government may not engage in activities which are by their nature incompatible with the performance of minister’s duties. Detailed provisions shall be set down in statute. The government may submit to the Royal House of Lavender request for vote of confidence. The Royal House of Lavender may adopt resolution of no confidence in the government. The Royal House of Lavender may debate proposed resolution of no confidence in the government only if it has been submitted in writing by at least fifty Lavenders. To adopt the resolution, an absolute majority of all Lavenders must give their consent. The Overseer submits his resignation to the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy. Other members of the government submit their resignations to the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy through the Overseer. The government shall submit its resignation if the Royal House of Lavender rejects its request for vote of confidence, or if it adopts resolution of no confidence. The government shall always submit its resignation after the constituent meeting of newly elected Royal House of Lavender. If the government submits its resignation in accordance with Article I and VI, the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall accept it. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall recall members of the government if the Overseer so proposes. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall recall government that has not submitted its resignation, even though it was obliged to do so. The government shall make decisions as body. In order for the government to adopt resolution, the consent of an absolute majority of all its members is necessary. The Overseer shall organize the government’s activities, preside over its meetings, act in its name, and perform other duties entrusted to him by this Constitution or by other laws. Deputy Prime Minister or another member of the government so commissioned may act in place of the Overseer. In order to implement statutes, and while remaining within the bounds thereof, the government is authorized to issue orders. Such orders shall be signed by the Overseer and the competent member of the government. The ministries and other administrative offices may be established, and their powers provided for, only by statute. The legal relations of imperial monarch employees within the ministries and other administrative offices shall be laid down in statute. If they are so empowered by statute, the ministries, other administrative offices, and bodies of territorial self-governing units may issue regulations on the basis of and within the bounds of that statute. The Imperial Monarch Attorney’s Office shall issue and argue public indictments in criminal proceedings; it shall perform other functions as well if statute so provides. The status and powers of the Imperial Monarch Attorney’s Office shall be provided for by statute.


Article VII:
The judicial power shall be exercised in the name of the Constitutional Monarchy by independent courts. Judges shall be independent in the performance of their duties. Nobody may threaten their impartiality. Judges may not be removed or transferred to another court against their will; exceptions resulting especially from disciplinary responsibility shall be laid down in statute. The office of judge is incompatible with that of the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy, Member of Parliament, as well as with any other function in public administration; statute shall specify which further activities are incompatible with the discharge of judicial duties. The Constitutional Court is the judicial body responsible for the protection of constitutionality. The Constitutional Court shall be composed of fifteen Justices appointed for period of ten years. The Justices of the Constitutional Court shall be appointed by the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy with the consent of the Deputies of Senate. Any citizen who has character beyond reproach, is eligible for election to the Deputies of Senate, has university legal education, and has been active in the legal profession for minimum of ten years, may be appointed Justice of the Constitutional Court. Justice of the Constitutional Court assumes her duties upon taking the oath of office administered by the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy. Justice of the Constitutional Court shall take the following oath of office: "I pledge upon my honor and conscience that will protect the inviolability of natural human rights and of the rights of citizens, adhere to constitutional acts, and make decisions according to my best convictions, independently and impartially." Should Justice refuse to take the oath of office or should he take it with reservations, he shall be deemed not to have been appointed. Justice of the Constitutional Court may be criminally prosecuted only with the consent of the Deputies of Senate. If the Deputies of Senate withholds its consent, such criminal prosecution shall be forever foreclosed. Justice of the Constitutional Court may be arrested only if he has been apprehended while committing criminal act or immediately thereafter. The arresting authority must immediately inform the Chairperson of the Deputies of Senate of the arrest; if, within twenty-four hours of the arrest, the Chairperson of the Deputies of Senate does not give her consent to hand the detained Justice over to court, the arresting authority is obliged to release him. At the very next meeting of the Deputies of Senate, it shall make the definitive decision as to whether he may be criminally prosecuted. Justice of the Constitutional Court has the right to refuse to give evidence as to facts about which she learned in connection with the performance of her duties, and this privilege continues in effect even after she has ceased to be Justice of the Constitutional Court. The Constitutional Court has jurisdiction: a. to annul statutes or individual provisions thereof if they are in conflicts with the constitutional order; b. to annul other legal enactments or individual provisions thereof if they are in conflict with the constitutional order, statute; c. over constitutional complaints by the representative body of self-governing region against an unlawful encroachment by the state; d. over constitutional complaints against final decisions or other encroachments by public authorities infringing constitutionally guaranteed fundamental rights and basic freedoms; e. over remedial actions from decisions concerning the certification of the election of Lavender or Senator; f. to resolve doubts concerning Lavender or Senator’s loss of eligibility to hold office or the incompatibility under Article 2 of some other position or activity with holding the office of Lavender or Senator; g. over constitutional charge brought by the Deputies of Senate against the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy pursuant to Article 5, h. to decide on petition by the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy seeking the revocation of joint resolution of the Royal House of Lavender and the Deputies of Senate pursuant to Article 6; i to decide on the measures necessary to implement decision of an international tribunal which is binding on Federal Bohemia, in the event that it cannot be otherwise implemented; j. to determine whether decision to dissolve political party or other decisions relating to the activities of political party is in conformity with constitutional acts or other laws; k. to decide jurisdictional disputes between the imperial monarch body and bodies of self-governing regions, unless that power is given by statute to another body; l. over remedial actions from decision of the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy declining to call referendum on Federal Bohemia’s accession to the European Region; m. to determine whether the manner in which referendum on Federal Bohemia’s accession to the European Region was held is in harmony with the Constitutional Act on the Referendum on Federal Bohemia’s Accession to the European Region and with the statute issued in implementation thereof. Prior to the ratification of treaty under Article 1 or Article 4, the Constitutional Court shall further have jurisdiction to decide concerning the treaty’s conformity with the constitutional order. A treaty may not be ratified prior to the Constitutional Court giving judgment. An statute may provide that, in place of the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Administrative Court shall have jurisdiction: a. to annul legal enactments other than statutes or individual provisions thereof if they are inconsistent with statute; b. to decide jurisdictional disputes between the imperial monarch body and bodies of self-governing regions, unless that power is given by statute to another body. A statute shall specify who shall be entitled to submit petition instituting proceeding before the Constitutional Court, and under what conditions, and shall lay down other rules for proceedings before the Constitutional Court. In making their decisions, the Justices of the Constitutional Court are bound only by the constitutional order and the statute under Article 1 or Article 7. Decisions of the Constitutional Court are enforceable as soon as they are announced in the manner provided for by statute, unless the Constitutional Court decides otherwise concerning enforcement. Enforceable decisions of the Constitutional Court are binding on all authorities and persons. Decisions of the Constitutional Court which declare, pursuant to Article 7, that treaty is not in conformity with the constitutional order, are an obstacle to the ratification of the treaty until such time as they are brought into conformity with each other.


Article VIII:
Courts are called upon above all to provide protection of rights in the legally prescribed manner. Only court may decide upon guilt and determine the punishment for criminal offense. The court system comprises the Supreme Court, the Supreme Administrative Court, superior, regional, and district courts. They may be given different denomination by statute. The jurisdiction and organization of the courts shall be provided for by statute. The Supreme Court is the highest judicial body in matters that fall within the jurisdiction of courts, with the exception of matters that come under the jurisdiction of the Constitutional Court or the Supreme Administrative Court. Judges are appointed to their office for an unlimited term by the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy. They assume their duties upon taking the oath of office. Any citizen who has character beyond reproach and university legal education may be appointed judge. Further qualifications and procedures shall be provided for by statute. A statute shall specify which cases shall be heard by panel of judges, as well as the composition thereof. All other cases shall be heard by individual judges. A statute may specify in which matters and in what manner other citizens shall participate alongside judges in court’s decision-making. In making their decisions, judges are bound by statutes and treaties which form part of the legal order; they are authorized to judge whether enactments other than statutes are in conformity with statutes or with such treaties. Should court come to the conclusion that statute which should be applied in the resolution of matter is in conflict with the constitutional order, it shall submit the matter to the Constitutional Court. All parties to proceeding have equal rights before the court. Proceedings before courts shall be oral and public; exceptions to this principle shall be provided for by statute. Judgments shall always be pronounced publicly.


Article IX:
The Supreme Auditing Office shall be an independent body. It shall perform audits on the management of imperial monarch property and the implementation of the imperial monarch budget. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy appoints the Archduke and Overseer of the Supreme Auditing Office based on the nomination of the Royal House of Lavender. The legal status, powers, and organizational structure of the Office, as well as more detailed provisions, shall be set down in statute. The Federal Bohemia Bank shall be the imperial monarch central bank. Its primary purpose shall be to maintain price stability; interventions into its affairs shall be permissible only on the basis of statute. The Bank’s status and powers, as well as more detailed provisions, shall be set down in statute. Federal Bohemia is subdivided into municipalities, which are the basic territorial self-governing units, and into regions, which are the higher territorial self-governing units. Territorial self-governing units are territorial communities of citizens with the right to self-government. A statute shall specify the cases when they shall be administrative districts. Municipalities shall always form part of higher self- governing region. Higher self-governing regions may be created or dissolved only by constitutional act. Municipalities shall be independently administered by their representative body. Higher self-governing regions shall be independently administered by their representative body. Territorial self-governing units are public law corporations which may own property and manage their affairs on the basis of their own budget. The imperial monarch may intervene in the affairs of territorial self- governing units only if such is required for the protection of law and only in the manner provided for by statute. Members of representative bodies shall be elected by secret ballot on the basis of universal, equal, and direct right to vote. Representative bodies shall have four-year electoral term. The circumstances under which new elections for representative bodies shall be called prior to the expiration of an electoral term shall be designated by statute. The powers of representative bodies shall be provided for only by statute. Representative bodies of municipalities shall have jurisdiction in matters of self-government, to the extent such matters are not entrusted by statute to the representative bodies of higher self-governing regions. Representative bodies may, within the limits of their jurisdiction, issue generally binding ordinances. The exercise of imperial monarch administration may be delegated to self-governing bodies only if such is provided for by statute.


Article X:
On the day this Constitution enters into force, the Federal Bohemian National Council shall become the Royal House of Lavender, the electoral term of which shall conclude on the eighteenth of July 1908. Until such time as the Deputies of Senate is elected in accordance with this Constitution, the Deputies of Senate’s duties shall be carried out by the Provisional Senate. The Provisional Senate shall be established in the manner provided for by constitutional act. Until that act enters into force, the Royal House of Lavender shall perform the duties of the Deputies of Senate. So long as it is performing the duties of the Deputies of Senate pursuant to Article 1 and Article 10, the Royal House of Lavender may not be dissolved. Until statutes enacting the standing orders for both chambers are adopted, each chamber shall proceed in accordance with the standing orders of the Federal Bohemian National Council. The statute on elections to the Deputies of Senate shall indicate, for the first Deputies of Senate election, the manner of determining which third of those Senators shall have term of office lasting two years and which third of those Senators shall have term of office lasting four years. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall convene the session of the Deputies of Senate so that it opens no later than thirty days after the election; if he does not do so, the Deputies of Senate shall convene thirty days after the election. The government of Federal Bohemia, appointed after the elections in 1909 and performing its duties on the day this Constitution enters into force, is deemed to be government appointed pursuant to this Constitution. Until such time as the Imperial Monarch Attorney’s Office is established, its duties shall be performed by the Office of the Procuracy of Federal Bohemia. Until the thirty-first of December 1910, military courts shall also form system of courts. Judges of all courts of Federal Bohemia holding office on the day this Constitution enters into force are deemed to be judges appointed pursuant to the Constitution of Federal Bohemia. The constitutional order of Federal Bohemia is made up of this Constitution, the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Basic Freedoms, constitutional acts adopted pursuant to this Constitution, and those constitutional acts of the National Assembly of the Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia, the Federal Assembly of the Bohemian Democracy, and the Federal Bohemian National Council defining the imperial monarch borders of Federal Bohemia, as well as constitutional acts of the Federal Bohemian National Council adopted after the eighteenth of July 1908. The Constitution hitherto in force, the Constitutional Act concerning the Bohemian Monarch and Democratic Federation, constitutional acts which amended and supplemented them, and Constitutional Act of the Federal Bohemian Council No. 67/1906 Sb. on the Imperial Monarch Symbols of Federal Bohemia, are hereby repealed. Other constitutional acts in force in the territory of Federal Bohemia on the day this Constitution comes into effect shall be of force equal to statute. This Constitution shall enter into force on the first of January 1910.


Amendment I:
All citizens and foreigners in Federal Bohemia have the constitutional right to speak at any volume and value they provide. No law shall disconnect the favoring foundation through the right of freedom of speech. Protests are allowed by freedom of speech; no regulations shall reject this without clear reasoning. For the perspective of whom live in this nation, those shall be respected for whatever they prefer to speak or believe in. Another access that shall be granted for any citizen of Federal Bohemia or foreigner is to have the constitutional right of freedom of religion. Any man or woman can believe in any religion, spirituality, or conspiracies in Federal Bohemia. This amendment may not be repealed.


Amendment II:
For the citizens of Federal Bohemia shall recognize this nation as a free democratic monarch that does not withhold the presence of slavery nor serfdom. For it is completely unnecessary for one man's duty to be under a master who has no respect for the man. If a man does a job, he shall be rewarded, not punished. For this, it shall be very clear that complete signs of any sort of slavery, serfdom, low wage conditions, human trafficking, and more situations that occur more a-like this, shall be deemed sent for prison at least 20+ years. This amendment may not be repealed.


Amendment III:
At no underestimation shall count for those who have a different racial feature or is a part of a minority, for they too shall be a free citizen of Federal Bohemia if born in the nation or naturalized. For men and women have the right to be a free citizen of Federal Bohemia. This amendment may not be repealed.


Amendment IV:
Men and women, no matter what gender, racial profile, or religious belief, shall have the right to vote if granted citizen. No law shall disconnect the favoring foundation of the allowance to vote from any free citizen. Any free citizen of Federal Bohemia that is introduced and accepted through the constitutional policies of being a Lavender or Senator, shall be provided to them if they pass, no matter what gender, racial profile, or religious belief. This amendment may not be repealed.


Amendment V:
No men and women does not have the right to bear arms. The only possible solution, is if you are a military personnel or law enforcement. Those who are a retired law enforcement or military personnel does not have the right to bear arms unless they acquire a military or law enforcement ID card for legally purchasing a weapon, and being formidable to use it properly without damaging property or civilians. If damaged property or civilians without a clear reasonable explanation by military personnel or law enforcement shall be sent to court. If damaged property or civilians without a clear reasonable explanation by retired military personnel or law enforcement shall be sent to criminal quarantine for 1 day until escorted to Court. If the judge does not consider finding the suspect as guilty in criminal quarantine for over 24 hours, then he/she shall be released. If damaged property or civilians without a clear reasonable explanation by citizens or foreigners shall be sent to criminal quarantine for 2 days. If a citizen is escorted to court and found guilty, he/she shall be sentenced to prison, although foreigners if found guilty in court, they shall be considered as a terrorist and therefore shall be received by a death penalty or execution. This amendment may be repealed by a constitutional act under Repeal Law Informative.


Amendment VI:
Soldiers that serve Federal Bohemia shall not quarter any house that belongs to an owner, the permission of the owner can allow you to do so, but without it shall not be prescribed in war instead by law. For Soldiers that quarter any house might be a potential threat to others and it is safe to protect other's private information away from those who quarter the house of a man. Safety and private belongings are crucial to be safe and sacred at all times. This amendment may not be repealed.


Amendment VII:
Unreasonable searches and seizures against the private property owned by the free citizens of Federal Bohemia shall not be claimed worthy, it shall be represented as only if it is reasonable, if a crime is searched, then the owner must agree on these terms. If the owner is a criminal, law enforcement has all right to enter a man's house without permission to prevent the next act of the owner, although only certain private property shall be searched. This amendment may not be repealed.


National Policies:
Euthanasia: The citizens of Federal Bohemia are legally entitled to end their lives.
Capitalism: The private industry of Federal Bohemia is permitted within a market-based economy.
Cannabis: Cannabis in Federal Bohemia can be legally purchased.
Child Labor: Children, 13+, may be legally employed as workers and contractors.


Constitutional Policies:
Voting and Parliament Applications: Each citizen of Federal Bohemia who has attained the age of twenty-one has the right to vote. Any citizen of Federal Bohemia who has the right to vote and has attained the age of thirty is eligible for election to the Royal House of Lavender. Any citizen of Federal Bohemia who has the right to vote and has attained the age of forty-five is eligible for election to the Deputies of Senate.
Authority: Citizens of Federal Bohemia whom have high value of wealth or is a nobleman has the direct exercise to imperial authority, those citizens whom are a lower class will not directly exercise imperial authority and instead will exercise their city authority.
Legislation Crime: Lavenders if committed a crime, will be kept in criminal quarantine for a maximum of 2 days until the Judge and Overseer agrees that the Lavender is guilty of a crime, if so he/she will be challenged in court and will be decided if he/she is innocent or guilty. The same goes for a Senator. If a Lavender or a Senator is kept in criminal quarantine for more than 2 days without the Judge or Overseer compliance with the crime, he shall be sent for release.
Monarch Crime: The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy if committed a crime, may be kept in criminal quarantine for 1 day until the Judge or Overseer agrees that the Prince is guilty, the Prince may be challenged in court and will be decided if he/she is innocent or guilty. If the Prince is kept in criminal quarantine for more than 1 day without the Judge or Overseer compliance with the crime, he shall be sent for release. If the Judge or Overseer denies sending the Prince out of release, the Prince can sue or prosecute the Judge or Overseer for bitter wrong.


Final Constitutional Speech:
Do not let the weather of anger and frustration, inequality and ignorance take our nation down, because at first through this constitution it wont even be able to find a nanosecond in. And if the weather takes over, the soul shall not be and the heart of the people will sing of the glory to be praised, if we don't succeed someone else will. Remember, this is the wealth and health of democracy, don't abuse it and neither take it as you please because it only lasts for fractions of eternity, do not feel like you have failed through this speech because definitely if you did fail, you wouldn't be reading this, not at all. Again we are just trying to help humans learn how to finally setback in a nation where they can please all they want. Do not see this as a threat but as a warning of the dangers to come because we are here to protect you every step of the way and every step you take into your life, beware because negativity is your one true enemy, not us.


Signatures:
Hereby, the Czech Empire shall present our duties at last.
The Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia
The Constitutional Monarchy of Moravia-Silesian Kingdom



Status:

History:
From the ashes of the dirt and of the seas came forth the Bohemians slashing on the battlefield against the mighty Moravians and Silesians, but let us start from the beginning. The Czech Republic was a strong and economical free nation that had a supporting class for the president and a good social structure. It's military was decent and the rights and constitution held in the nation was fair and equal. Just one tiny problem, corruption. Here we see the first apperance of enlightenment and came strong from the people of Bohemia, Moravia and Czech-Silesia. The Silesians wanted the government to collapse into a full monarchy held by the Silesians while the Moravians sort of thought the same thing but had more of a mixed government also supporting democracy and not a complete full monarchy but still held by a parliament that would be ran by the Moravians. While the Bohemians were much different, they didn't want independence at all, all they wanted was a different president one that wasn't so keen on corruption or any of the sort. This finally caused some ideas of revolution and others thought of a rebirth, either way, this was about to get really messy. About 9,000 soldiers of Czech rounded up near the capitol, feared of the people's revolts. Bohemians were more peaceful, while the Moravians and Silesians thought much differently, they were aggresive so they went to the capitol with guns bearing and armor strapped around their heads, shoulders, chests, waists, thighs, calfs, feet and hands. Pressure, mad insanity and madness occured, the ground shaked heavily of the noises that were shouted from the mouths of the soldiers and the mob, and there it went the first shot was fired and there came the mob rushing vigorously against the held forces of the soldiers with their ak's uzi's and glocks pointed at the head of the mob, but for a minute, silence. Until blood came about and grenades bombarded the mob, pitchforks flinged in the air, while gas was uplifted and shifted down the depths of death. Around 10,000 citizens injured, and 487 fallen dead. Soldiers suffered casualties up to 3,000 injuries and 18 were killed. It was horrific, graves were already being prepared for many and janitors had to quickly clean off all the blood that was left on the ground. There it was, the first revolt of the people. It started getting heavy, anger was present and nothing but cries of war started to call, but then the Moravians and Silesians declared independence from the Czech Republic. Now the Bohemians were seen as the only people of the Czechs, the Moravians and Silesians became unified, the Moravia-Silesian Kingdom was borned and therefore declared war against Czech (including Bohemia). The Bohemian people were astounded, a mistake was called. The Bohemians partnered with the Czechs seeking the Moravians and Silesians as traitors, the war had began. 60,000 Bohemians were enlisted in the Czech Army, 45,000 Independent Czechs were enlisted in the Czech Army. While on the opposing side, 55,000 Moravians and 23,000 Silesians stood prepared for war. Many battles occured, the war had lasted for many years, 6 to be specific and then... the Bohemians and Czechs won, they had quantity and quality both on their side. The Moravia-Silesian Kingdom was battered, but Czech finally recognized their state of affairs and sought to let them be independent. The Bohemians still sticking to their old plan, try to replace the president of Czech and end corruption through the process of a rebirth and enlightenment. The Czechs heavily refused, after all the Czechs did give the Bohemians support and helped them tremendously. The Bohemians were not quite happy, they still thought the Moravians and Silesians' ideas were somewhat similar to the Bohemians. The Czechs were too corrupt at this point, the economical structure of the nation was collapsing and was only falling toward the president and parliament, the people were witheld with little to no rights and the political freedom was not at all understandable. Freedom was a by product for Czech and revolution was the enemy of the republic. The Bohemians had enough, they revolted and declared independence against the Czechs, no war started, the Czechs finally lost and recognized Bohemia as free from Czech. The Bohemians were federal and constructed a constitutional monarchy. The Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia was born, the constitution was created on November 7th, 2020, and was currently reviewed on January 24th, 2021. Even when Bohemia declared independence on September 27th, it was officially recognized by both Czech and Bohemia on September 30th, 2020. Independent Czechs were now citizens of Bohemia and were classified as a Bohemian. At last, we are here, typing out this history story about Federal Bohemia, thank you.


Economy:
Economic Overview
Currency: Bohemian Thaler
Fiscal Year: October 1st 2020 to September 30th 2021 (FY2020)
Financial Capital: Prague, Bohemia.
Country Group: Developed/Advanced High Income Economy
Economy Type: Private/Free Market


Internal Economy:
GDP (nominal): 67.7 Trillion (March 24, 2021)
GDP (Purchasing Power Parity): 61.2 trillion (March 24, 2021)



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The Constitutional Monarchy of Bohemia


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Motto: "Neexistuje žádný vrchol reality, není žádný vrchol Čech."



Location


Population: 1.01 billion
-Density: 436.6/km²


Capital: Prague
Largest City: Prague


Official Language: Czech



National Language: Czech, Czech-Bohemian, Czech-Moravian, Czech-Silesian, English


Demonym: Bohemian

Government:
- Prince: Justinian Belssarius Sulla
- Overseer: Davus Marcolini
- Archduke: Marro Cersavzcha
- Chief Justice: Chlangen Varrici
- Speaker of the House: Vlandia Mischotzey


Legislature:
- Upper Chamber: Deputies of Senate
-Lower Chamber: Royal House of Lavender


Independence: 30th of September 2020


Land Area: 20,102 mi²
32,351 km²
Water Area: Land-Locked - Access to Rivers but not Seas nor Oceans
Water %: 0.2% - Natural Water


Elevation
Highest Point: Sněžka 1,603 metres (5,259 ft)
Lowest Point: Elbe River -115 m (-377 ft)


GDP (nominal): 67.7 Trillion (March 24, 2021)
GDP (nominal) per capita: 67,985 (March 24, 2021)


Human Development Index (NS Version): 60.09 (March 24, 2021)


Currency: Bohemian Thaler


Time Zone: GMT+1


Calling code: +420


Internet TLD: .fb



Contents:

1. Constitution
1.1 Preamble
1.2 Articles
1.3 Amendments
1.4 Policies
1.5 Final Constitutional Speech
1.6 Signatures

2. Status
2.1 History
2.2 Economy
2.3 Military
2.4 Government

3. Geography
3.1 Political Geography
3.2 Physical Geography
3.3 Demographics

4. Culture
4.1 Language
4.2 Religion
4.3 Education
4.4 Healthcare
4.5 Art
4.6 Sports
4.7 Music
4.8 People and Ecology
4.9 Cuisine
4.10 Major News/Entertainment Media

5. Region and Assemblies
5.1 Foreign Affairs
5.2 Czech/European Agreements
5.3 World Assembly Legislations
5.4 World Assembly Votes
5.5 Tourism
5.6 International Transportation and Infrastructure

6. Miscellaneous
6.1 Medals
6.2 Trophies
6.3 National Trends
6.4 International Ranks
6.5 Bohemian Cards
6.6 Bohemian Events and Political Elections



Constitution (Reviewed on January 24 2021):
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Preamble:
To whom to the men and women who serve under this nation within that prospers economic value, political freedom, and civil rights for all. We the men and women who die for the souls greater than ever before for the heart of the core and for the weak of the sore. Ye ponder with a blade in one hand and a shield in the other, their feet stand still in formation, their mind depended on the greatest prince that controls this constitutional monarchy with a full grasp of dominance and a thirst for blood against his sworn enemies. For the greatest has prevailed throughout the lands of what develops and seeks to be founded as a nation, as known forever grand, the Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia.


Article I:
The Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia is sovereign, unitary, and democratic imperialized monarchy governed by the rule of law, founded on respect for the rights and freedoms of man and of citizens. Federal Bohemia shall observe its obligations resulting from international law. All imperial authority emanates from the people; they exercise it through legislative, executive, and judicial bodies. A constitutional act may designate the conditions under which the people may exercise imperial authority directly. Imperial authority is to serve those citizens whom have a higher class of nobility, although, the men and women who serve this as non-imperial authority, shall be served directly by the city they propose to live in and may be asserted only in cases, within the bounds, and in the manner provided for by law. All citizens may do that which is not prohibited by law; and nobody may be compelled to do that which is not imposed upon deceitful by law. The Charter of Fundamental Rights and Basic Freedoms forms part of the constitutional order of Federal Bohemia. The fundamental rights and basic freedoms shall enjoy the protection of judicial bodies. The political system is founded on the free and voluntary formation of and free competition among those political parties which respect the fundamental democratic principles and which renounce force as means of promoting their interests. Political decisions emerge from the will of the majority manifested in free voting. The decision-making of the majority shall take into consideration the interests of minorities. The Cities, Government of Legislation, and Monarchy shall concern itself with the prudent use of its natural resources and the protection of its natural wealth. The right of autonomous territorial units to self-government is guaranteed. This Constitution may be supplemented or amended only by constitutional acts. Any changes in the essential requirements for democratic monarchy governed by the rule of law are impermissible. Legal norms may not be interpreted so as to authorize anyone to do away with or jeopardize the democratic foundations of the monarchy. Promulgated treaties, to the ratification of which Parliament has given its consent and by which Federal Bohemia is bound, form part of the legal order; if treaty provides something other than that which statute provides, the treaty shall apply. Certain powers of Federal Bohemia authorities may be transferred by treaty to an international organization or institution. The ratification of treaty under paragraph requires the consent of Parliament, unless constitutional act provides that such ratification requires the approval obtained in referendum. The government shall inform the Parliament, regularly and in advance, on issues connected to obligations resulting from Federal Bohemia's membership in an international organization or institution. The chambers of Parliament shall give their views on prepared decisions of such international organization or institution in the manner laid down in their standing orders. A statute governing the principles of dealings and relations between both chambers, as well as externally, may entrust the exercise of the chambers’ competence pursuant to paragraph to body common to both chambers.


Article II:
The territory of Federal Bohemia forms an indivisible whole, the borders of which may be altered only by constitutional act. The conditions under which citizenship of Federal Bohemia is acquired and lost shall be provided for by statute. No person may be deprived of his citizenship against his will. The capital city of Federal Bohemia is Prague. The small, medium, and large imperial monarchial emblem, the imperial monarchial colors, the imperial monarchial flag, the flag of the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia, the imperial monarchial seal, and the national anthem are the imperial monarchial symbols of Federal Bohemia. The imperial monarchial symbols and their use shall be governed by statute. The legislative power of Federal Bohemia is vested in the Parliament. The Parliament consists of two chambers, the Royal House of Lavender and the Deputies of Senate. In the Royal House of Lavender there shall be 200 Lavenders, who are elected to two-year term of office. In the Deputies of Senate there shall be eighty-one Senators, who are elected to four-year term of office. Every year elections for one-third of the Senators shall be held. Elections to both chambers shall be held during the period commencing thirty days prior to the expiration of each electoral term and ending on the day of its expiration. If the Royal House of Lavender is dissolved, the elections to it shall be held within sixty days of the dissolution. Elections to the Royal House of Lavender shall be held by secret ballot on the basis of universal, equal, and direct right to vote, according to the principle of proportional representation. Elections to the Deputies of Senate shall be held by secret ballot on the basis of universal, equal, and direct right to vote, according to the principle of majority rule. Each citizen of Federal Bohemia who has attained the age of twenty-one has the right to vote. Any citizen of Federal Bohemia who has the right to vote and has attained the age of thirty is eligible for election to the Royal House of Lavender. Any citizen of Federal Bohemia who has the right to vote and has attained the age of forty-five is eligible for election to the Deputies of Senate. Lavenders and Senators gain their mandate by their election. Further conditions upon the exercise of the right to vote, the organization of elections, and the extent of judicial oversight over them shall be provided for by statute. No person may be at the same time member of both chambers of Parliament. The office of Lavender or Senator is incompatible with holding the office of the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy, the office of judge, and with other offices to be designated by statute. Lavender or Senator’s mandate shall lapse on the day that man assumes the office of Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy, the office of judge, or other offices incompatible with the office of Lavender or Senator. Lavenders shall take the oath of office at the first meeting of the Royal House of Lavender which they attend. Senators shall take the oath of office at the first meeting of the Deputies of Senate which they attend. Lavenders and Senators shall take the following oath of office: "I pledge loyalty to Federal Bohemia. I pledge that I will uphold its Constitution and laws. I pledge on my honor that I will carry out my duties in the interest of all the people, to the best of my knowledge and conscience." Lavenders and Senators may resign their seat by declaration made in person at meeting of the chamber of which they are member. Should serious circumstances prevent them from so doing, they shall submit their resignation in the manner provided for by statute. Lavender or Senator’s mandate shall lapse: a. upon his/her refusal to take the oath of office or upon taking the oath with reservations, b. upon the expiration of the electoral term, c. when he resigns his/her seat, d. upon his/her loss of eligibility to hold office, e. for Lavenders, upon the dissolution of the Royal House of Lavender, f. when an incompatibility of offices under Article 2 arises. Lavenders and Senators shall perform their duties personally in accordance with their oath of office; in addition, they shall not be bound by anyone’s instructions.


Article III:
There shall be no legal recourse against Lavenders or Senators for their votes in the Royal House of Lavender or Deputies of Senate respectively, or in the bodies thereof. Lavenders and Senators may not be criminally prosecuted for speeches in the Royal House of Lavender or the Deputies of Senate respectively, or in the bodies thereof. Lavenders and Senators are subject only to the disciplinary authority of the chamber of which they are member. In respect of administrative offenses, Lavenders and Senators are subject only to the disciplinary authority of the chamber of which they are member, unless statute provides otherwise. Lavenders and Senators may not be criminally prosecuted except with the consent of the chamber of which they are member. If that chamber withholds its consent, such criminal prosecution shall be forever foreclosed. Lavenders and Senators may be arrested only if they are apprehended while committing criminal act or immediately thereafter. The arresting authority must immediately announce such an arrest to the chairperson of the chamber of which the detainee is member; if, within 2 days of the arrest, the chairperson of the chamber does not give his/her consent to hand the detainee over to court, the arresting authority is obliged to release him. At the very next meeting of that chamber, it shall make the definitive decision as to whether he may be prosecuted. Lavenders and Senators have the right to refuse to give evidence as to facts about which they learned in connection with the performance of their duties, and this privilege continues in effect even after they cease to be Lavender or Senator. The Royal House of Lavender elects and recalls its Chairperson and Vice-Chairpersons. The Deputies of Senate elects and recalls its Chairperson and Vice-Chairpersons. For investigations into matters of public interest, the Royal House of Lavender may create investigating commissions if at least one-fifth of the Lavenders so propose. The proceedings before commissions shall be governed by statute. Each chamber shall establish committees and commissions as its bodies. The activities of committees and commissions shall be governed by statute. Lavender or Senator who is member of the government may not serve as the Chairperson or Vice-Chairperson of the Royal House of Lavender or the Deputies of Senate or as member of parliamentary committee, investigating commission, or commission. If the Royal House of Lavender is dissolved, the Deputies of Senate shall be empowered to adopt legislative measures concerning matters which cannot be delayed and which would otherwise require the adoption of statute. The Deputies of Senate is not authorized, however, to adopt legislative measures concerning the Constitution, the imperial monarch budget, the final imperial monarch accounting, an electoral law, or treaties under Article 1. Only the government may submit proposals for such legislative measures to the Deputies of Senate. Legislative measures of the Deputies of Senate shall be signed by the Chairperson of the Deputies of Senate, the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy, and the Overseer; they shall be promulgated in the same manner as statutes. Legislative measures of the Deputies of Senate must be ratified by the Royal House of Lavender at its first meeting. Should the Royal House of Lavender not ratify them, they shall cease to be in force. The chambers shall hold standing sessions. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall convene sessions of the Royal House of Lavender, so that they may be opened no later than thirty days after an election. If he/she fails to do so, the Royal House of Lavender shall convene on the thirtieth day after the elections. Sessions of chamber may be adjourned by resolution. The total number of days in year for which session may be adjourned shall not exceed one hundred and twenty. While session is adjourned, the Chairperson of the Royal House of Lavender or the Deputies of Senate may summon their respective chambers to meeting before the date designated therefor. They shall always do so should the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy, the government, or at least one-fifth of that chamber’s members so request. Sessions of the Royal House of Lavender conclude upon the expiration of the electoral term or by its dissolution. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy may dissolve the Royal House of Lavender if: a. the Royal House of Lavender does not adopt resolution of confidence in newly appointed government, the Overseer of which was appointed by the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy, on the basis of proposal of the Chairperson of the Royal House of Lavender; b. the Royal House of Lavender fails, within three months, to reach decision on governmental bill with the consideration of which the government has joined the issue of confidence. c. a session of the Royal House of Lavender has been adjourned for longer period than is permissible. d. for period of more than three months, the Royal House of Lavender has not formed quorum, even though its session has not been adjourned and it has, during this period, been repeatedly summoned to meeting. The Royal House of Lavender may not be dissolved during the three-month period preceding the expiration of its electoral term. Sessions of the chambers shall be open to the public. The public may be excluded only under conditions provided for in statute. The Chairperson of the Royal House of Lavender convenes joint meetings of the chambers. Joint meetings of the chambers shall be conducted in accordance with the standing orders of the Royal House of Lavender. Members of the government have the right to attend the meetings of either chamber, their committees, or commissions. They shall be given the opportunity to speak whenever they request. Members of the government are obliged to appear in person at meeting of the Royal House of Lavender, if it so resolves. The same applies to meetings of committees, commissions, or investigating commissions, in which case, however, member of the government may have deputy or another member of the government appear in his stead if his personal participation has not been explicitly demanded. One-third of the members of each chamber constitutes quorum. Unless this Constitution provides otherwise, the concurrence of simple majority of the Lavenders or Senators present is required for the adoption of resolution in either chamber. The concurrence of an absolute majority of all Lavenders and an absolute majority of all Senators is required for the adoption of resolution declaring imperial monarch of war or resolution granting assent to sending the armed forces of Federal Bohemia outside the territory of Federal Bohemia or the stationing of the armed forces of other cities within the territory of Federal Bohemia, as well as with the adoption of resolution concerning Federal Bohemia's participation in the defensive systems of an international organization of which federal Bohemia is member. The concurrence of three-fifths of all Lavenders and three-fifths of all Senators present is required for the adoption of constitutional act or for giving assent to the ratification of treaties referred to in Article 1. In order to adopt an electoral law, law concerning the principles of dealings and relations of both chambers, both between themselves and externally, or law enacting the standing orders for the Deputies of Senate, both the Royal House of Lavender and the Deputies of Senate must approve it.


Article IV:
Bills shall be introduced in the Royal House of Lavender. Bills may be introduced by Lavenders, groups of Lavenders, the Deputies of Senate, the government, or representative bodies of higher self-governing regions. Bills on the imperial monarch budget and the final imperial monarch accounting shall be introduced by the government. These bills shall be debated at public meeting, and only the Royal House of Lavender may adopt resolutions concerning them. Parliament decides on the declaration of imperial monarch of war, if Federal Bohemia is attacked, or if such is necessary for the fulfillment of its international treaty obligations on collective self-defense against aggression. The Parliament decides on Federal Bohemia’s participation in defensive systems of an international organization of which Federal Bohemia is member. The Parliament gives its consent to: a. the sending the armed forces of Federal Bohemia outside the territory of Federal Bohemia; b. the stationing of the armed forces of other cities within the territory of Federal Bohemia, unless such decisions are reserved to the government. The government may decide to send the armed forces of Federal Bohemia outside the territory of Federal Bohemia and to allow the stationing of the armed forces of other cities within the territory of Federal Bohemia for period not exceeding 60 days, in matters concerning the: a. the fulfillment of obligations pursuant to treaties on collective self-defense against aggression, b. participation in peace-keeping operations pursuant to the decision of an international organization of which Federal Bohemia is member, if the receiving imperial monarch consents; c. participation in rescue operations in cases of natural catastrophe, industrial or ecological accidents. The government may also decide: a. on the transfer of the armed forces of other cities across the territory of Federal Bohemia and on their overflight over the territory of Federal Bohemia. b. on the participation of the armed forces of Federal Bohemia in military exercises outside the territory of Federal Bohemia and on the participation of the armed forces of other cities in military exercises within the territory of Federal Bohemia. Without delay the government shall inform both chambers of Parliament concerning any decisions it makes pursuant. The Parliament may annul the government’s decisions; in order to annul such decisions of the government, the disapproving resolution of one of the chambers, adopted by an absolute majority of all its members, shall suffice. The government has the right to express its views on all bills. If the government does not express its views on bill within thirty days of the delivery thereof, it shall be presumed to have positive views. The government is entitled to require that the Royal House of Lavender conclude debate on government-sponsored bill within three months of its submission, provided that the government joins with it request for vote of confidence. The Royal House of Lavender shall submit bills which it has approved to the Deputies of Senate without undue delay. The Deputies of Senate shall debate bills and take action on them within thirty days of their submission. The Deputies of Senate shall either adopt bills, reject them, return them to the Royal House of Lavender with proposed amendments, or declare its intention not to deal with them. If the Deputies of Senate does not declare its intention within the time period permitted by Article 2, it shall be deemed to have adopted bill. If the Deputies of Senate rejects bill, the Royal House of Lavender shall vote on it again. The bill is adopted if it is approved by an absolute majority of all Lavenders. If the Deputies of Senate returns bill to the Royal House of Lavender with proposed amendments, the Royal House of Lavender shall vote on the version of the bill approved by the Deputies of Senate. The bill is adopted by its resolution. If the Royal House of Lavender does not approve the version of the bill adopted by the Deputies of Senate, it shall vote again on the version it submitted to the Deputies of Senate. The bill is adopted if it is approved by an absolute majority of all Lavenders. The Royal House of Lavender may not propose amendments in the course of debate on bill that has been rejected or returned to it. If the Deputies of Senate declares its intent not to deal with bill, it shall be adopted by that declaration. The assent of both chambers of Parliament is required for the ratification of treaties: a. affecting the rights or duties of persons; b. of alliance, peace, or other political nature; c. by which Federal Bohemia becomes member of an international organization; d. of general economic nature; e. concerning additional matters, the regulation of which is reserved to statute. With the exception of constitutional acts, the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy has the right to return adopted acts, with statement of his/her reasons, within fifteen days of the day they were submitted to him/her. The Royal House of Lavender shall vote again on returned acts. Proposed amendments are not permitted. If the Royal House of Lavender reaffirms its approval of the act by an absolute majority of all Lavenders, the act shall be promulgated. Otherwise the act shall be deemed not to have been adopted. Statutes that have been adopted shall be signed by the Chairperson of the Royal House of Lavenders, the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy, and the Overseer. In order for statute to be valid, it must be promulgated. The manner in which statutes and treaties are to be promulgated shall be provided for by statute. Each Deputy has the right to interpolate the government or members of it concerning matters within their competence. Interpellated members of the government shall respond to an interpellation within thirty days of its submission.


Article V:
The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy is the head of imperial monarchy. The Parliament shall elect the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy at joint meeting of both chambers. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall not be responsible for the performance of his duties. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy assumes his/her office upon taking the oath of office. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy’s term of office lasts forever until he/she dies and begins on the day she takes the oath of office. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy cannot resign his term of office. The election shall be held during the final thirty days of the term of office of the incumbent Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy. If the office of the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy becomes vacant, the election shall be held within thirty days of it becoming vacant. Any citizen eligible for election to the Senate may be elected Prince. No person may be elected Prince twice for it is who the Prince who shall die and cannot resign. A group of at least ten Lavenders or ten Senators is entitled to nominate candidate. The candidate who receives an absolute majority of the votes of all Lavenders and an absolute majority of the votes of all Senators is elected Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy. Should none of the candidates receive an absolute majority of the votes of all Lavenders and all Senators, second round of the election shall be held within fourteen days of the first. The candidate who received the highest number of votes in the Chamber of Lavenders and the candidate who received the highest number of votes in the Deputies of Senate shall advance into the second round. If more than one candidate receives the same highest number of votes, either in the Royal House of Lavender or in the Deputies of Senate, the votes cast for them in both chambers shall be added together. The candidate who receives the highest number of votes calculated in this manner shall advance into the second round. The candidate who receives an absolute majority of the votes of Lavenders present and an absolute majority of the votes of Senators present shall be elected. If no candidate is elected Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy in the second round of the election either, within fourteen days thereof, third round of the election shall be held, in which the candidate from the second round who receives an absolute majority of the votes of the Lavenders and Senators present shall be elected. If no candidate is elected Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy even in the third round, new elections shall be held. The Chairman of the Royal House of Lavender shall administer the oath of office to the Prince-elect at joint meeting of both chambers. The Prince-elect shall take the following oath of office: "I pledge loyalty to Federal Bohemia. I pledge to uphold its Constitution and laws. I pledge on my honor to carry out my duties in the interest of all the people, to the best of my knowledge and conscience." If the Prince-elect refuses to take the oath of office or takes it with reservations, he shall be deemed not to have been elected. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy: a. appoints and recalls the Overseer and other members of the government and accepts their resignations, recalls the government and accepts its resignation; b. convenes sessions of the Royal House of Lavender; c. may dissolve the Royal House of Lavender; e. shall appoint Justices of the Constitutional Court, its Chairperson and Vice-Chairpersons; f. shall appoint from among judges the Chairperson and Vice-Chairpersons of the Supreme Court; g. may grant pardons or commute sentences imposed by courts, order that criminal proceeding not be instituted or, if it has been instituted, that it be discontinued, and order that criminal record be expunged; h. has the right to return to Parliament acts it has adopted, with the exception of constitutional acts; i. shall sign statutes; j. shall appoint the Prince and Overseer of the Supreme Auditing Office; k. shall appoint members of the Banking Council of the Federal Bohemian National Bank; l. shall call referendum on Federal Bohemia’s accession to the European Region and declare the result thereof. In addition, the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy: a. represents the imperial monarch externally; b. negotiates and ratifies international treaties; he/she may delegate the negotiation of international treaties to the government or, with its consent, to individual members thereof; c. is the supreme commander of the armed forces; d. receives heads of diplomatic missions; e. accredits and recalls heads of diplomatic missions; f. calls elections to the Royal House of Lavender and the Deputies of Senate; g. commissions and promotes generals; h. may grant and award imperial monarch honors, unless he/she has empowered some other body to do so; i. appoints judges; j. has the right to issue amnesties. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy also possesses powers which are not explicitly enumerated in constitutional acts if statute so provides. In order to be valid, decisions of the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy issued pursuant to paragraphs and require the countersignature of the Overseer or member of the government designated by him. The government is responsible for the decisions of the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy that require the countersignature of the Overseer or member of the government designated by him. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy has the right to take part in the meetings of both chambers of Parliament, as well as those of their committees and commissions. He shall be given the opportunity to speak whenever he requests. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy has the right to take part in the meetings of the government, to request reports from the government or its members, and to discuss with the government or its members issues that fall within their competence. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy may not be taken into detention, criminally prosecuted, nor prosecuted for misdemeanors or other administrative offenses. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy may be prosecuted for high treason before the Constitutional Court on the basis of charge brought by the Deputies of Senate. The only penalty that may be imposed is the loss of the Principality and of further eligibility for the office. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy may never be criminally prosecuted for criminal acts committed during the period he/she held the office of the Principality. If the office of the Principality becomes vacant and before the new Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy has been elected or has taken the oath of office, likewise if the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy is, for serious reasons, incapable of performing his duties, and if the Royal House of Lavenders and the Deputies of Senate adopt resolution to this effect, the performance of the principality duties under Article 5 shall devolve upon the Overseer. In any period in which the Overseer is performing the above-specified principality duties, the performance of the duties under Article 5 shall devolve upon the Chairperson of the Royal House of Lavender; if the office of the Principality becomes vacant during period in which the Royal House of Lavender is dissolved, the performance of these functions shall devolve upon the Chairperson of the Deputies of Senate.


Article VI:
The government is the highest body of executive power. The government consists of the Overseer, deputy prime ministers, and ministers. The government is responsible to the Assembly of Deputies. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall appoint the Overseer and, on the basis of his/her proposal, the other members of the government and entrust them with the management of the ministries or other offices. Within thirty days of its appointment, the government shall go before the Royal House of Lavender and ask it for vote of confidence. If the newly appointed government does not receive vote of confidence from the Royal House of Lavender, the process in paragraphs and shall be repeated. If the government appointed on this second attempt does not receive vote of confidence from the Royal House of Lavender either, the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall appoint the Overseer on the basis of proposal by the Chairperson of the Royal House of Lavender. In other cases, on the basis of the Overseer’s proposal, the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall appoint and recall other members of the government and entrust them with the management of the ministries or other offices. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall administer the oath of office to the members of the government. The members of the government shall take the following oath of office: "I pledge loyalty to Federal Bohemia. I pledge that I will uphold its Constitution and laws and bring them to life. I pledge on my honor that I will conscientiously carry out my duties and not abuse my position." Members of the government may not engage in activities which are by their nature incompatible with the performance of minister’s duties. Detailed provisions shall be set down in statute. The government may submit to the Royal House of Lavender request for vote of confidence. The Royal House of Lavender may adopt resolution of no confidence in the government. The Royal House of Lavender may debate proposed resolution of no confidence in the government only if it has been submitted in writing by at least fifty Lavenders. To adopt the resolution, an absolute majority of all Lavenders must give their consent. The Overseer submits his resignation to the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy. Other members of the government submit their resignations to the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy through the Overseer. The government shall submit its resignation if the Royal House of Lavender rejects its request for vote of confidence, or if it adopts resolution of no confidence. The government shall always submit its resignation after the constituent meeting of newly elected Royal House of Lavender. If the government submits its resignation in accordance with Article I and VI, the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall accept it. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall recall members of the government if the Overseer so proposes. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall recall government that has not submitted its resignation, even though it was obliged to do so. The government shall make decisions as body. In order for the government to adopt resolution, the consent of an absolute majority of all its members is necessary. The Overseer shall organize the government’s activities, preside over its meetings, act in its name, and perform other duties entrusted to him by this Constitution or by other laws. Deputy Prime Minister or another member of the government so commissioned may act in place of the Overseer. In order to implement statutes, and while remaining within the bounds thereof, the government is authorized to issue orders. Such orders shall be signed by the Overseer and the competent member of the government. The ministries and other administrative offices may be established, and their powers provided for, only by statute. The legal relations of imperial monarch employees within the ministries and other administrative offices shall be laid down in statute. If they are so empowered by statute, the ministries, other administrative offices, and bodies of territorial self-governing units may issue regulations on the basis of and within the bounds of that statute. The Imperial Monarch Attorney’s Office shall issue and argue public indictments in criminal proceedings; it shall perform other functions as well if statute so provides. The status and powers of the Imperial Monarch Attorney’s Office shall be provided for by statute.


Article VII:
The judicial power shall be exercised in the name of the Constitutional Monarchy by independent courts. Judges shall be independent in the performance of their duties. Nobody may threaten their impartiality. Judges may not be removed or transferred to another court against their will; exceptions resulting especially from disciplinary responsibility shall be laid down in statute. The office of judge is incompatible with that of the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy, Member of Parliament, as well as with any other function in public administration; statute shall specify which further activities are incompatible with the discharge of judicial duties. The Constitutional Court is the judicial body responsible for the protection of constitutionality. The Constitutional Court shall be composed of fifteen Justices appointed for period of ten years. The Justices of the Constitutional Court shall be appointed by the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy with the consent of the Deputies of Senate. Any citizen who has character beyond reproach, is eligible for election to the Deputies of Senate, has university legal education, and has been active in the legal profession for minimum of ten years, may be appointed Justice of the Constitutional Court. Justice of the Constitutional Court assumes her duties upon taking the oath of office administered by the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy. Justice of the Constitutional Court shall take the following oath of office: "I pledge upon my honor and conscience that will protect the inviolability of natural human rights and of the rights of citizens, adhere to constitutional acts, and make decisions according to my best convictions, independently and impartially." Should Justice refuse to take the oath of office or should he take it with reservations, he shall be deemed not to have been appointed. Justice of the Constitutional Court may be criminally prosecuted only with the consent of the Deputies of Senate. If the Deputies of Senate withholds its consent, such criminal prosecution shall be forever foreclosed. Justice of the Constitutional Court may be arrested only if he has been apprehended while committing criminal act or immediately thereafter. The arresting authority must immediately inform the Chairperson of the Deputies of Senate of the arrest; if, within twenty-four hours of the arrest, the Chairperson of the Deputies of Senate does not give her consent to hand the detained Justice over to court, the arresting authority is obliged to release him. At the very next meeting of the Deputies of Senate, it shall make the definitive decision as to whether he may be criminally prosecuted. Justice of the Constitutional Court has the right to refuse to give evidence as to facts about which she learned in connection with the performance of her duties, and this privilege continues in effect even after she has ceased to be Justice of the Constitutional Court. The Constitutional Court has jurisdiction: a. to annul statutes or individual provisions thereof if they are in conflicts with the constitutional order; b. to annul other legal enactments or individual provisions thereof if they are in conflict with the constitutional order, statute; c. over constitutional complaints by the representative body of self-governing region against an unlawful encroachment by the state; d. over constitutional complaints against final decisions or other encroachments by public authorities infringing constitutionally guaranteed fundamental rights and basic freedoms; e. over remedial actions from decisions concerning the certification of the election of Lavender or Senator; f. to resolve doubts concerning Lavender or Senator’s loss of eligibility to hold office or the incompatibility under Article 2 of some other position or activity with holding the office of Lavender or Senator; g. over constitutional charge brought by the Deputies of Senate against the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy pursuant to Article 5, h. to decide on petition by the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy seeking the revocation of joint resolution of the Royal House of Lavender and the Deputies of Senate pursuant to Article 6; i to decide on the measures necessary to implement decision of an international tribunal which is binding on Federal Bohemia, in the event that it cannot be otherwise implemented; j. to determine whether decision to dissolve political party or other decisions relating to the activities of political party is in conformity with constitutional acts or other laws; k. to decide jurisdictional disputes between the imperial monarch body and bodies of self-governing regions, unless that power is given by statute to another body; l. over remedial actions from decision of the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy declining to call referendum on Federal Bohemia’s accession to the European Region; m. to determine whether the manner in which referendum on Federal Bohemia’s accession to the European Region was held is in harmony with the Constitutional Act on the Referendum on Federal Bohemia’s Accession to the European Region and with the statute issued in implementation thereof. Prior to the ratification of treaty under Article 1 or Article 4, the Constitutional Court shall further have jurisdiction to decide concerning the treaty’s conformity with the constitutional order. A treaty may not be ratified prior to the Constitutional Court giving judgment. An statute may provide that, in place of the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Administrative Court shall have jurisdiction: a. to annul legal enactments other than statutes or individual provisions thereof if they are inconsistent with statute; b. to decide jurisdictional disputes between the imperial monarch body and bodies of self-governing regions, unless that power is given by statute to another body. A statute shall specify who shall be entitled to submit petition instituting proceeding before the Constitutional Court, and under what conditions, and shall lay down other rules for proceedings before the Constitutional Court. In making their decisions, the Justices of the Constitutional Court are bound only by the constitutional order and the statute under Article 1 or Article 7. Decisions of the Constitutional Court are enforceable as soon as they are announced in the manner provided for by statute, unless the Constitutional Court decides otherwise concerning enforcement. Enforceable decisions of the Constitutional Court are binding on all authorities and persons. Decisions of the Constitutional Court which declare, pursuant to Article 7, that treaty is not in conformity with the constitutional order, are an obstacle to the ratification of the treaty until such time as they are brought into conformity with each other.


Article VIII:
Courts are called upon above all to provide protection of rights in the legally prescribed manner. Only court may decide upon guilt and determine the punishment for criminal offense. The court system comprises the Supreme Court, the Supreme Administrative Court, superior, regional, and district courts. They may be given different denomination by statute. The jurisdiction and organization of the courts shall be provided for by statute. The Supreme Court is the highest judicial body in matters that fall within the jurisdiction of courts, with the exception of matters that come under the jurisdiction of the Constitutional Court or the Supreme Administrative Court. Judges are appointed to their office for an unlimited term by the Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy. They assume their duties upon taking the oath of office. Any citizen who has character beyond reproach and university legal education may be appointed judge. Further qualifications and procedures shall be provided for by statute. A statute shall specify which cases shall be heard by panel of judges, as well as the composition thereof. All other cases shall be heard by individual judges. A statute may specify in which matters and in what manner other citizens shall participate alongside judges in court’s decision-making. In making their decisions, judges are bound by statutes and treaties which form part of the legal order; they are authorized to judge whether enactments other than statutes are in conformity with statutes or with such treaties. Should court come to the conclusion that statute which should be applied in the resolution of matter is in conflict with the constitutional order, it shall submit the matter to the Constitutional Court. All parties to proceeding have equal rights before the court. Proceedings before courts shall be oral and public; exceptions to this principle shall be provided for by statute. Judgments shall always be pronounced publicly.


Article IX:
The Supreme Auditing Office shall be an independent body. It shall perform audits on the management of imperial monarch property and the implementation of the imperial monarch budget. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy appoints the Archduke and Overseer of the Supreme Auditing Office based on the nomination of the Royal House of Lavender. The legal status, powers, and organizational structure of the Office, as well as more detailed provisions, shall be set down in statute. The Federal Bohemia Bank shall be the imperial monarch central bank. Its primary purpose shall be to maintain price stability; interventions into its affairs shall be permissible only on the basis of statute. The Bank’s status and powers, as well as more detailed provisions, shall be set down in statute. Federal Bohemia is subdivided into municipalities, which are the basic territorial self-governing units, and into regions, which are the higher territorial self-governing units. Territorial self-governing units are territorial communities of citizens with the right to self-government. A statute shall specify the cases when they shall be administrative districts. Municipalities shall always form part of higher self- governing region. Higher self-governing regions may be created or dissolved only by constitutional act. Municipalities shall be independently administered by their representative body. Higher self-governing regions shall be independently administered by their representative body. Territorial self-governing units are public law corporations which may own property and manage their affairs on the basis of their own budget. The imperial monarch may intervene in the affairs of territorial self- governing units only if such is required for the protection of law and only in the manner provided for by statute. Members of representative bodies shall be elected by secret ballot on the basis of universal, equal, and direct right to vote. Representative bodies shall have four-year electoral term. The circumstances under which new elections for representative bodies shall be called prior to the expiration of an electoral term shall be designated by statute. The powers of representative bodies shall be provided for only by statute. Representative bodies of municipalities shall have jurisdiction in matters of self-government, to the extent such matters are not entrusted by statute to the representative bodies of higher self-governing regions. Representative bodies may, within the limits of their jurisdiction, issue generally binding ordinances. The exercise of imperial monarch administration may be delegated to self-governing bodies only if such is provided for by statute.


Article X:
On the day this Constitution enters into force, the Federal Bohemian National Council shall become the Royal House of Lavender, the electoral term of which shall conclude on the eighteenth of July 1908. Until such time as the Deputies of Senate is elected in accordance with this Constitution, the Deputies of Senate’s duties shall be carried out by the Provisional Senate. The Provisional Senate shall be established in the manner provided for by constitutional act. Until that act enters into force, the Royal House of Lavender shall perform the duties of the Deputies of Senate. So long as it is performing the duties of the Deputies of Senate pursuant to Article 1 and Article 10, the Royal House of Lavender may not be dissolved. Until statutes enacting the standing orders for both chambers are adopted, each chamber shall proceed in accordance with the standing orders of the Federal Bohemian National Council. The statute on elections to the Deputies of Senate shall indicate, for the first Deputies of Senate election, the manner of determining which third of those Senators shall have term of office lasting two years and which third of those Senators shall have term of office lasting four years. The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy shall convene the session of the Deputies of Senate so that it opens no later than thirty days after the election; if he does not do so, the Deputies of Senate shall convene thirty days after the election. The government of Federal Bohemia, appointed after the elections in 1909 and performing its duties on the day this Constitution enters into force, is deemed to be government appointed pursuant to this Constitution. Until such time as the Imperial Monarch Attorney’s Office is established, its duties shall be performed by the Office of the Procuracy of Federal Bohemia. Until the thirty-first of December 1910, military courts shall also form system of courts. Judges of all courts of Federal Bohemia holding office on the day this Constitution enters into force are deemed to be judges appointed pursuant to the Constitution of Federal Bohemia. The constitutional order of Federal Bohemia is made up of this Constitution, the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Basic Freedoms, constitutional acts adopted pursuant to this Constitution, and those constitutional acts of the National Assembly of the Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia, the Federal Assembly of the Bohemian Democracy, and the Federal Bohemian National Council defining the imperial monarch borders of Federal Bohemia, as well as constitutional acts of the Federal Bohemian National Council adopted after the eighteenth of July 1908. The Constitution hitherto in force, the Constitutional Act concerning the Bohemian Monarch and Democratic Federation, constitutional acts which amended and supplemented them, and Constitutional Act of the Federal Bohemian Council No. 67/1906 Sb. on the Imperial Monarch Symbols of Federal Bohemia, are hereby repealed. Other constitutional acts in force in the territory of Federal Bohemia on the day this Constitution comes into effect shall be of force equal to statute. This Constitution shall enter into force on the first of January 1910.


Amendment I:
All citizens and foreigners in Federal Bohemia have the constitutional right to speak at any volume and value they provide. No law shall disconnect the favoring foundation through the right of freedom of speech. Protests are allowed by freedom of speech; no regulations shall reject this without clear reasoning. For the perspective of whom live in this nation, those shall be respected for whatever they prefer to speak or believe in. Another access that shall be granted for any citizen of Federal Bohemia or foreigner is to have the constitutional right of freedom of religion. Any man or woman can believe in any religion, spirituality, or conspiracies in Federal Bohemia. This amendment may not be repealed.


Amendment II:
For the citizens of Federal Bohemia shall recognize this nation as a free democratic monarch that does not withhold the presence of slavery nor serfdom. For it is completely unnecessary for one man's duty to be under a master who has no respect for the man. If a man does a job, he shall be rewarded, not punished. For this, it shall be very clear that complete signs of any sort of slavery, serfdom, low wage conditions, human trafficking, and more situations that occur more a-like this, shall be deemed sent for prison at least 20+ years. This amendment may not be repealed.


Amendment III:
At no underestimation shall count for those who have a different racial feature or is a part of a minority, for they too shall be a free citizen of Federal Bohemia if born in the nation or naturalized. For men and women have the right to be a free citizen of Federal Bohemia. This amendment may not be repealed.


Amendment IV:
Men and women, no matter what gender, racial profile, or religious belief, shall have the right to vote if granted citizen. No law shall disconnect the favoring foundation of the allowance to vote from any free citizen. Any free citizen of Federal Bohemia that is introduced and accepted through the constitutional policies of being a Lavender or Senator, shall be provided to them if they pass, no matter what gender, racial profile, or religious belief. This amendment may not be repealed.


Amendment V:
No men and women does not have the right to bear arms. The only possible solution, is if you are a military personnel or law enforcement. Those who are a retired law enforcement or military personnel does not have the right to bear arms unless they acquire a military or law enforcement ID card for legally purchasing a weapon, and being formidable to use it properly without damaging property or civilians. If damaged property or civilians without a clear reasonable explanation by military personnel or law enforcement shall be sent to court. If damaged property or civilians without a clear reasonable explanation by retired military personnel or law enforcement shall be sent to criminal quarantine for 1 day until escorted to Court. If the judge does not consider finding the suspect as guilty in criminal quarantine for over 24 hours, then he/she shall be released. If damaged property or civilians without a clear reasonable explanation by citizens or foreigners shall be sent to criminal quarantine for 2 days. If a citizen is escorted to court and found guilty, he/she shall be sentenced to prison, although foreigners if found guilty in court, they shall be considered as a terrorist and therefore shall be received by a death penalty or execution. This amendment may be repealed by a constitutional act under Repeal Law Informative.


Amendment VI:
Soldiers that serve Federal Bohemia shall not quarter any house that belongs to an owner, the permission of the owner can allow you to do so, but without it shall not be prescribed in war instead by law. For Soldiers that quarter any house might be a potential threat to others and it is safe to protect other's private information away from those who quarter the house of a man. Safety and private belongings are crucial to be safe and sacred at all times. This amendment may not be repealed.


Amendment VII:
Unreasonable searches and seizures against the private property owned by the free citizens of Federal Bohemia shall not be claimed worthy, it shall be represented as only if it is reasonable, if a crime is searched, then the owner must agree on these terms. If the owner is a criminal, law enforcement has all right to enter a man's house without permission to prevent the next act of the owner, although only certain private property shall be searched. This amendment may not be repealed.


National Policies:
Euthanasia: The citizens of Federal Bohemia are legally entitled to end their lives.
Capitalism: The private industry of Federal Bohemia is permitted within a market-based economy.
Cannabis: Cannabis in Federal Bohemia can be legally purchased.
Child Labor: Children, 13+, may be legally employed as workers and contractors.


Constitutional Policies:
Voting and Parliament Applications: Each citizen of Federal Bohemia who has attained the age of twenty-one has the right to vote. Any citizen of Federal Bohemia who has the right to vote and has attained the age of thirty is eligible for election to the Royal House of Lavender. Any citizen of Federal Bohemia who has the right to vote and has attained the age of forty-five is eligible for election to the Deputies of Senate.
Authority: Citizens of Federal Bohemia whom have high value of wealth or is a nobleman has the direct exercise to imperial authority, those citizens whom are a lower class will not directly exercise imperial authority and instead will exercise their city authority.
Legislation Crime: Lavenders if committed a crime, will be kept in criminal quarantine for a maximum of 2 days until the Judge and Overseer agrees that the Lavender is guilty of a crime, if so he/she will be challenged in court and will be decided if he/she is innocent or guilty. The same goes for a Senator. If a Lavender or a Senator is kept in criminal quarantine for more than 2 days without the Judge or Overseer compliance with the crime, he shall be sent for release.
Monarch Crime: The Prince of the Constitutional Monarchy if committed a crime, may be kept in criminal quarantine for 1 day until the Judge or Overseer agrees that the Prince is guilty, the Prince may be challenged in court and will be decided if he/she is innocent or guilty. If the Prince is kept in criminal quarantine for more than 1 day without the Judge or Overseer compliance with the crime, he shall be sent for release. If the Judge or Overseer denies sending the Prince out of release, the Prince can sue or prosecute the Judge or Overseer for bitter wrong.


Final Constitutional Speech:
Do not let the weather of anger and frustration, inequality and ignorance take our nation down, because at first through this constitution it wont even be able to find a nanosecond in. And if the weather takes over, the soul shall not be and the heart of the people will sing of the glory to be praised, if we don't succeed someone else will. Remember, this is the wealth and health of democracy, don't abuse it and neither take it as you please because it only lasts for fractions of eternity, do not feel like you have failed through this speech because definitely if you did fail, you wouldn't be reading this, not at all. Again we are just trying to help humans learn how to finally setback in a nation where they can please all they want. Do not see this as a threat but as a warning of the dangers to come because we are here to protect you every step of the way and every step you take into your life, beware because negativity is your one true enemy, not us.


Signatures:
Hereby, the Czech Empire shall present our duties at last.
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The Constitutional Monarchy of Moravia-Silesian Kingdom



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History:
From the ashes of the dirt and of the seas came forth the Bohemians slashing on the battlefield against the mighty Moravians and Silesians, but let us start from the beginning. The Czech Republic was a strong and economical free nation that had a supporting class for the president and a good social structure. It's military was decent and the rights and constitution held in the nation was fair and equal. Just one tiny problem, corruption. Here we see the first apperance of enlightenment and came strong from the people of Bohemia, Moravia and Czech-Silesia. The Silesians wanted the government to collapse into a full monarchy held by the Silesians while the Moravians sort of thought the same thing but had more of a mixed government also supporting democracy and not a complete full monarchy but still held by a parliament that would be ran by the Moravians. While the Bohemians were much different, they didn't want independence at all, all they wanted was a different president one that wasn't so keen on corruption or any of the sort. This finally caused some ideas of revolution and others thought of a rebirth, either way, this was about to get really messy. About 9,000 soldiers of Czech rounded up near the capitol, feared of the people's revolts. Bohemians were more peaceful, while the Moravians and Silesians thought much differently, they were aggresive so they went to the capitol with guns bearing and armor strapped around their heads, shoulders, chests, waists, thighs, calfs, feet and hands. Pressure, mad insanity and madness occured, the ground shaked heavily of the noises that were shouted from the mouths of the soldiers and the mob, and there it went the first shot was fired and there came the mob rushing vigorously against the held forces of the soldiers with their ak's uzi's and glocks pointed at the head of the mob, but for a minute, silence. Until blood came about and grenades bombarded the mob, pitchforks flinged in the air, while gas was uplifted and shifted down the depths of death. Around 10,000 citizens injured, and 487 fallen dead. Soldiers suffered casualties up to 3,000 injuries and 18 were killed. It was horrific, graves were already being prepared for many and janitors had to quickly clean off all the blood that was left on the ground. There it was, the first revolt of the people. It started getting heavy, anger was present and nothing but cries of war started to call, but then the Moravians and Silesians declared independence from the Czech Republic. Now the Bohemians were seen as the only people of the Czechs, the Moravians and Silesians became unified, the Moravia-Silesian Kingdom was borned and therefore declared war against Czech (including Bohemia). The Bohemian people were astounded, a mistake was called. The Bohemians partnered with the Czechs seeking the Moravians and Silesians as traitors, the war had began. 60,000 Bohemians were enlisted in the Czech Army, 45,000 Independent Czechs were enlisted in the Czech Army. While on the opposing side, 55,000 Moravians and 23,000 Silesians stood prepared for war. Many battles occured, the war had lasted for many years, 6 to be specific and then... the Bohemians and Czechs won, they had quantity and quality both on their side. The Moravia-Silesian Kingdom was battered, but Czech finally recognized their state of affairs and sought to let them be independent. The Bohemians still sticking to their old plan, try to replace the president of Czech and end corruption through the process of a rebirth and enlightenment. The Czechs heavily refused, after all the Czechs did give the Bohemians support and helped them tremendously. The Bohemians were not quite happy, they still thought the Moravians and Silesians' ideas were somewhat similar to the Bohemians. The Czechs were too corrupt at this point, the economical structure of the nation was collapsing and was only falling toward the president and parliament, the people were witheld with little to no rights and the political freedom was not at all understandable. Freedom was a by product for Czech and revolution was the enemy of the republic. The Bohemians had enough, they revolted and declared independence against the Czechs, no war started, the Czechs finally lost and recognized Bohemia as free from Czech. The Bohemians were federal and constructed a constitutional monarchy. The Constitutional Monarchy of Federal Bohemia was born, the constitution was created on November 7th, 2020, and was currently reviewed on January 24th, 2021. Even when Bohemia declared independence on September 27th, it was officially recognized by both Czech and Bohemia on September 30th, 2020. Independent Czechs were now citizens of Bohemia and were classified as a Bohemian. At last, we are here, typing out this history story about Federal Bohemia, thank you.


Economy:
Economic Overview
Currency: Bohemian Thaler
Fiscal Year: October 1st 2020 to September 30th 2021 (FY2020)
Financial Capital: Prague, Bohemia.
Country Group: Developed/Advanced High Income Economy
Economy Type: Private/Free Market


Internal Economy:
GDP (nominal): 67.7 Trillion (March 24, 2021)
GDP (Purchasing Power Parity): 61.2 trillion (March 24, 2021)



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Federal Bohemia wrote:Reeee

-confused screaming in mothman-

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does anyone talk about SCP here

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Roman-remnants wrote:me a athiest: wetherr

I'm atheist too though...

...it's a Monty Python reference...

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Roman-remnants wrote:does anyone talk about SCP here

not really, i mean not me but idk if any other people do.

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do atheist go to hell?

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Sicilian Imperial-Capitalist Empire wrote:I'm atheist too though...

...it's a Monty Python reference...

I need to watch that medieval movie from monty python, what's the name again?

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i only got to like what 2:1 on the bible

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Roman-remnants wrote:do atheist go to hell?

Well depends what faith you are referring to.

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Roman-remnants wrote:do atheist go to hell?

*slaps egg on forehead*

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The New Mexican Confederation wrote:Well depends what faith you are referring to.

not the converting christians to atheist type the type where- your atheist but dont convert people to atheist

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Hello guys, what do you think about the 1033 Program in the USA?

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Roman-remnants wrote:not the converting christians to atheist type the type where- your atheist but dont convert people to atheist

at this point your comments don't even make any sense lol

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The New Mexican Confederation wrote:Well depends what faith you are referring to.

im gonna use this https://www.catholic.com/qa/how-can-atheists-go-to-heaven

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Roman-remnants wrote:not the converting christians to atheist type the type where- your atheist but dont convert people to atheist

It is hard to say since the Bible does not specifically call out atheists but it says those who don't believe in Christ do not receive salvation so idk do what you want.

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Federal Bohemia wrote:at this point your comments don't even make any sense lol

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Roman-remnants wrote:not spreading "lies" to others there you sentence rat

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The New Mexican Confederation wrote:It is hard to say since the Bible does not specifically call out atheists but it says those who don't believe in Christ do not receive salvation so idk do what you want.

-confused screaming in sin-

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Yahlia wrote:Super duper interesting RMB

Yes, very awkward and stupid, welcome to Europe.

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Yahlia wrote:Super duper interesting RMB

weird topic: what was your first sin(s)

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