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Rights of People
PrSR Seal
PrSR Seal

Signer

Prsaneans

Ratified

August 15th, 2010

Location

Georgetown People's reformed Government District

The Rights of People is the People's reformed States Republic's version of the United States of America's Bill of Rights to be used in the PrSR. It was written to protect the citizens of the PrSR from oppression, to define what is legal to do in the PrSR, to allow for a wealth of freedom for Prsaneans, to prevent discrimination, and to identify and prohibit the wrongdoings that had caused the creation of the PrSR.

The Rights of PeopleEdit

PreambleEdit

The goal of all man is one that should be to ensure peace, freedom, protection and equality throughout the world. Sadly, this is not the goal of most, and a suitable document containing these insurances is lacking existence. Without such a document, we cannot hope to reach the goal, what should be our goal.

This Rights of People is the document of which the People’s reformed States Republic hopes shall ensure the rights of all people. The rights listed here are what should be the rights that are ensured to all man, the rights that should be able to be enjoyed by all man. These rights, the fundamental protection of the people, can only be ensured if the governments of the world ensure them. For without the governments, the hopes and dreams of people will not exist. The struggle for these Rights of People may start small, but for the hope of humanity, the struggle should prosper and grow. Then hopefully, one day, all people shall be happy and free.

And henceforth, these rights shall be:

Part One. The Rights of PeopleEdit

Article 1.01 The Right to EqualityEdit

Section a Upon all lands, shall be committed not, the singling out or discrimination of any person on the basis of a natural occurrence, of which is not existent from the decision of said person.

Section b These natural occurrences shall include but shall not solely include said person’s sex, race, physical impairment(s), mental impairment(s), and time of life, genetic code, sexual orientation or family origin.

Section c In the reasonable instances that said occurrences cannot or may not be fully accommodated for, the most appropriate accommodations are to be made for said occurrence.

Section d In the reasonable instances that said occurrences cannot or may not be accommodated for, the most appropriate course of action is to be taken in response to the situation.

Section e For all areas under the control of a public institution, the accommodations for all persons with special requirements are to be in place, short of excessive or extreme circumstances.

Article 1.02 The Right to FreedomEdit

Section a Persons of reasonable nature are given the right to hold or bear arms for their self-protection and their personal wants.

Section b All persons are given the right to create and publish all documents for institutions of the press of which are not directed to cause harm to others.

Section c All persons are given the right to worship whoever wished, and to believe in any or all religious articles or belief systems.

Section d All persons are given the right to send petitions of request, comment or complaint to all those wished.

Section e All persons are given the right to assemble in a peaceful manner to converse or interact with each other.

Section f All persons are given the right to give their opinion and vote in all public and government elections.

Section g All persons are given the right to fully and completely state any opinions or speak any thoughts of which are not directed to cause harm to others.

Section h All persons are given a right to commit any act of which harm shall directly harm only them and for them to be free from legal prosecution for the committing of said act.

Article 1.03 The Right to Fair LawEdit

Section an All persons accused of an illegal or unlawful act, are given the right for a fair trial, in which the chances for the most honest and most appropriate decision are highest.

Section b All persons accused of an illegal or unlawful act, are given the right for their trial and all of said trial’s activities to be in the public domain.

Section c All persons accused of an illegal or unlawful act, are given the right for their trial to be completed in the manner that would conserve the largest amount of time.

Section d All persons are given the right to be protected from self incrimination, and the prohibiting of any forced testimony from said person that may be self incriminatory.

Section e All persons convicted of an illegal or unlawful act, are given the right to be sentenced to a punishment not excessive for the act they have convicted.

Section f All persons are given the right to only be tried and punished once for any single offence and for said punishment to not be extended once sentenced for said offence.

Section g All persons are given the right to be informed of accusations against them in court, and of who is their accuser.

Section h All persons are given the right to bring forth witnesses for the assistance of their defense in court, and to question all those who act as witnesses against said person in court.

Section i All persons are given a right to legal counsel, a right to only be questioned with said counsel and a right to be assisted by a said counsel during court.

Article 1.04 The Right to ProtectionEdit

Section an All persons are given the right for their residence and quarters to not be used for any purpose to house or contain militaristic articles against their will.

Section b All persons are given the right to privacy, the right to keep personal articles to themselves and the right for it to not be breached unless for reasonable cause specific to case involving said person.

Section c All persons are given the right to hold all personal articles and for said articles to not be forcefully taken unless for reasonable cause specific to case involving said person.

Section d All persons are given a right to life, a right for said life to not be deprived of themselves and a right to be exempt from force to be placed in a said life-threatening situation.

Section e All persons in a situation of a life-threatening nature are given the right to have said life prioritized over any creature of which is not human.

Section f All persons are given a right to have rights and for these rights to be protected from said rights’ abuse and removal.

Part Two. Legal NoticeEdit

Section a This Rights of People of which are written beforehand, shall be the highest and irremovable law, of which the law of the People’s reformed States Republic shall be based upon.

Section b This Rights of People shall be considered ratified as part of the law of the People’s reformed States Republic once all citizens have agreed and signed the document as assurance, and all subsequent citizens are required to do the same.

Section c This Rights of People shall also govern all activities of the People’s reformed States Republic, with the exception of during combat in wartime.

Origional Rights of PeopleEdit

PreambleEdit

Every person has rights, and no person should not have rights. These rights must and should be protected by the respective governments of the people. The Rights of People is to have all people under the Royal reformed States of America insured to have these rights. It is to insure a joyful future for all within and interacting with the Royal reformed States of America. It should not, shall not and will not be removed from being the highest law, unless a reasonable substitute is created that also contains these rights.

AmendmentsEdit

Amendment I. The Prohibiting of DiscriminationEdit

  1. No person may be discriminated on the basis of: Race, religion, sex, age, genetic code, physical disability, mental disability, physical proportions, sexuality, ancestry or national origin.
  2. It is understood that in some instances, a person may not be able to complete an act because of one or more of the above because of the specific circumstances for that instance. This is not a violation of Amendment I, although it is required to be within reason why it must be so.
  3. All public areas shall be made to accommodate persons with specific needs. This shall not be done for excessive specific needs far beyond the average accommodations needed for people with these needs.

Amendment II. The Twenty-Five RightsEdit

  1. All people have the right to bear arms of any type and to use them in their defence if needed,
  2. All people have the right to freedom of the press and to freely publish information on all subjects,
  3. All people have the right to freedom of religion of any kind and to openly worship,
  4. All people have the right to petition and to send letters and complaints to all persons,
  5. All people have the right to assemble in a peaceful manner to voice opinions or give aid,
  6. All people have the right to a fair trial with all persons having no special interest,
  7. All people have the right to a public trial with all of its proceedings kept in public records
  8. All people have the right to a speedy trial with all hearings finished in a timely manner,
  9. All people have the right to not be imposed with excessive punishments for their specific act they committed,
  10. All people with the second-grade education or higher have a right to vote and voice opinions in elections and government,
  11. All people have the right to not be forced to have their residence used to quarter soldiers or hold militaristic items,
  12. All people have the right to not be forced to incriminate themselves in or out of open court,
  13. All people have the right to freedom of speech and to voice their minds, opinions, thoughts or ideas,
  14. All people have the right to privacy and for it to not be violated,
  15. All people have the right to not be searched without reasonable cause specified by law,
  16. All people have the right to not have their belongings confiscated without reasonable cause specified by law,
  17. All people have the right to be tried only once for any single offence and may not be retried because of new evidence,
  18. All people have the right to be informed of their accusation in court and why they have been brought to the court,
  19. All people have the right to call up witnesses in court for them to tell their accounts of events,
  20. All people have the right to a lawyer for their defense in court and will be given one if needed,
  21. All people have the right to not be forced into military service or any position that involves jeopardizing their life,
  22. All people have the right to not have their life deprived of themselves by anyone for any reason,
  23. All people have the right to commit any act that may only harm themselves and that does not cause harm to others.
  24. All people that have their life in jeopardy have the right to be prioritized over other species,
  25. All people have the right to rights, but these rights may be revoked for a person if they are abused and used to purposely harm others and/or unlawfully harm others.

Amendment III. People Covered by the Rights of PeopleEdit

  1. This Rights of People shall apply to all people within the borders of the Royal reformed States of America, whether legally or illegally in the nation, citizen or non citizen.
  2. This Rights of People shall apply to all people in contact with Royal reformed States of America whether on domestic or foreign soil.
  3. These Rights of People shall not apply to enemies during wartime.

Amendment IV. Signing of the Rights of PeopleEdit

  1. All citizens and people who wish to become citizens must sign the Rights of People and agree to its amendments and sections and therefore agree to follow the Rights of People and to not violate any amendment or section.

RatificationEdit

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Written by His Excellency King Wilary the First of the Royal reformed States of America. Ratified Wednesday March the Seventieth, Year Two Thousand and Ten at the Royal reformed Sparkle Memorial Capital Building, Georgetown Royal reformed Government District, Royal reformed States of America by the Rsainians of the Royal reformed States of America.

“Never, never, never give up”

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