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The Articles of the Provisional Government for the Democratic People's Republic of Sandus are the proposed articles for the government of Sandus, equatable to a constitution.

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The Articles
of the
Provisional Government
for the
Democratic People’s Republic
of
Sandus

The Preamble of the Articles.

In the basis of our revolution, these articles are to lead the provisional government of this democratic People’s Republic. With these articles as the guide for the people of Sandus, the provisional government will use it in order for the period of government between the Barony of Sandus and the democratic People’s Republic therein. With these articles, the government of this democratic People’s Republic will direct its efforts towards writing a constitution which will be ratified unilaterally by the revolutionary council prescribed within these articles and will take effect upon a date appointed for elections of the new government. The new government of this nation will follow the guide of Leninist-Marxist Communism and will work for the continuation of the nation and of the revolution. Following with the democratic work of our predecessors, the legislature of the nation will be democratically elected, that is elected by the people and citizens within, to hold office for period of definite time. These articles will found the basis for the social equality of the people and work for the socialist dream, of that which is, that all people can live free and equally and live without fear of the rich taking their homes and oppressing the people. In such, the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus shall seek for the quality of life of all citizens to be great and the conditions of life, be it a shelter, food and an education, shall be endorsed by these articles and the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus.

  Glory to the Provisional Government of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus!











Section I – The State and the Political System


Article 1. The State shall be known as the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus.


Article 2. The Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus is an independent, sovereign Socialist State devoted to the work of the People that takes the form of a republic and is a State of and by the People.


Article 3. Within the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus, all power is to the People.


The People exercise their power through the Revolutionary Council for the Provisional Government of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus, which is the political function of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus. All functions of the state are vested in the Revolutionary Council for the Provisional Government of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus. The Revolutionary Council shall be headed by the Central Committee of the Revolutionary Council for the Provisional Government of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus. The Chairman of the Central Committee of the Revolutionary Council for the Provisional Government of the Democratic Peoples' Republic of Sandus and the Revolutionary Council for the Provisional Government of the Democratic Peoples' Republic of Sandus shall head the Revolutionary Council and is the Head of State. Wherever not defined in these Articles, the regular voting of the Revolutionary Council must meet the requirements of two-thirds of the majority in order to pass any legislation or action as sanctioned by the Revolutionary Council.


Article 4. The Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus is a State founded and based on the ideas of democratic centralism in the Sandum form, meaning that all representatives are elected from their national districts to the Revolutionary Council.


Article 5. The Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus State is founded and based on the ideas of socialism, meaning that the needs and necessities of the people and a person are the priorities of the state and are to be ensured by the Revolutionary Council.


All Human beings shall be guaranteed food, water, shelter, clothing, safety, adequate education and a decent standard of healthcare and social welfare at no cost to themselves.


Article 6. The Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus shall claim land defined by the state.


Article 7. The Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus shall be the revolutionary vanguard of the People. The Citizen’s Communist Party of Sandus shall be sole association within the entirety of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus. All members of the Revolutionary Council must be members of the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus.


Article 8. The Citizen’s Communist Party of Sandus shall have no legal authority in its own right but shall define for the Revolutionary Council proposed legislation, shall work with other communist parties abroad for the construction of the Constitution of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus and shall define the goal of every regular, in camera meeting of the Revolutionary Council.


Article 9 – The emblems of the State. The representation of the State of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus and of the People herein shall be comprised of the following:


The Emblem – The Emblem of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus shall be comprised of a hammer and sickle, crossed at the handle of the hammer and the farthest curve of the blade of the sickle, above the sun with the rays of the sun extending behind the sickle and hammer. The sickle, hammer and sun are framed by pine leaves on the left, seven heads of wheat on the right, a red star - with a gold background – above the middle of the image. The pine leaves and wheat are held together by a red ribbon which reads the motto of the state, Populum Sandus.



The Flag – The Flag of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus shall be comprised of a rectangle of scarlet cloth with a hammer and sickle depicted in gold in the upper corner next to the staff and with a five-pointed red star edged in gold above them and with the letters P and S in the middle of the middle-right, which are framed by laurel leaves. The ratio of the width of the flag to its length is 1:2.



The Anthem – The Anthem of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus is the Internationale with lyrics as defined by the Central Committee of the Revolutionary Council, as approved by the Revolutionary Council.



The Capital – The Capital of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus is the Central Administrative District located within the region of Columbia.



The Motto – The Motto of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus is “Populum Sandus”, meaning “the People of Sandus”.



Days of Recognition – The Days of Recognition of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus (Holidays) shall be appointed by the Central Committee of the Revolutionary Council and shall be affirmed and approved by the Revolutionary Council.



On the date of writing, the Days of Recognition include:


1. Remembrance Day, on May 9th.


2. Independence Day, on May 26th.


3. May Day, on May 1st.


4. October Day, on November 7th.


5. Women’s Day, on March 8th.


6. New Year’s Day, on January 1st.


7. Losar, date varies.


8. Saga Dawa, date varies.


Article 10 – The Central Disciplinary Committee. The prerogative of the Central Disciplinary Committee is to act as the judicial committee of the nation in this provisional government. The Committee shall be made up of one-half of the Central Committee of the Revolutionary Council and one-half of the Political Bureau of the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus, who will act as both jury and judges for the committee. The Committee, working with the Sandum Judicial System, shall view cases made by citizens or residents of the state. They shall decide on their own personal and professional judgment, the interpretation of all legislation and these articles, and their interpretation of the specific case to the duties and upkeep of the socialist society.


Article 11 – The Central Attendance Committee. The prerogative of the Central Advisory Committee is to account of the term lengths of the representatives within the Revolutionary Council, declare who is in camera and who is in absentia, and to have regular census of the population for the respectful representation of the population of the state.


Article 12 – The Central Electoral Sub-Committee. The Central Electoral Sub-Committee is a Sub-Committee of the Central Attendance Committee, tasked with the elections of seats to the Revolutionary Council. It will be given the authority over polling, the regulation of that polling and of the candidates and the regulations to become a candidate. The only imposed regulation to become a candidate of a seat within the Revolutionary Council is that the proposed candidate must be a member of the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus or of any other foreign Communist or Socialist Party, Movement, or Front.


Article 13 – The Economy of the State. The economy of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus shall be that of a socialist command economy, based on the principle of common ownership of the means of production.








'Section II – The Armed Forces of Sandus
The People’s Defense Force


Article 14 – The People’s Defense Force. The People’s Defense Force is the active military arm of the Central People’s Government which is devoted to the security and safety of the People and State. The People’s Defense Force is an arm of the revolutionary vanguard and an instrument of their will.


Article 15 – The Central Defense Command. The Central Defense Command is the center of command of the People’s Defense Force which is tasked with the security of the State and with the command of the People’s Defense Force with passive and aggressive operations as ordered by the commander-in-chief or Minister of Defense.


Article 16 – The Land Component of the People’s Defense Force. The Land Component is tasked with the security of the state with regards to land and terrain. The Land Component is structured and organized by the Ministry of Defense. The Land Defense Force follows the orders of the commander-in-chief or the Minister of Defense and follows the strategic orders of the Central Defense Command. The Land Component shall protect the land borders of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus and shall be the supreme upholders of law and order within the borders of the State and shall be the protector of the People upon land.


Article 17 – The Naval Component of the People’s Defense Force. The Naval Component is tasked with the security of the state with regards to water and maritime regions. The Naval Component is structured and organized by the Ministry of Defense. The Naval Defense Force follows the orders of the commander-in-chief or the Minister of Defense and follows the strategic orders of the Central Defense Command. The Naval Component shall protect the maritime border of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus and shall be the supreme upholders of law and order within the maritime regions of the state and shall be the protector of the People upon the seas.


Article 18 – The Air Component of the People’s Defense Force. The Air Component is tasked with the security of the state with regards to aviation and aerial regions. The Air Component is structured and organized by the Ministry of Defense. The Air Defense Force follows the orders of the commander-in-chief or the Minister of Defense and follows the strategic orders of the Central Defense Command. The Air Component shall protect the airspace border of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus and shall be the supreme upholders of law and order within the airspace regions of the state and shall be the protector of the People in the air.


Article 19 – The Democratic Guard of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus. The Democratic Guard is tasked with the political security of the state. The Democratic Guard is structured and organized by the General Secretary of the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus. The Democratic Guard is follows the orders of the commander-in-chief, the Central Committee, the General Secretary and Political Bureau of the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus and follows the strategic orders of the Central Committee, the Political Bureau and the Central Defense Command. The Democratic Guard shall be tasked with the protection of the agencies, officers, representatives, and departments of the state and the respective districts of the state; shall be tasked with the political security of the nation and keeping the state from harm from counter-revolutionary or reactionary forces; shall be tasked with the gathering of information to which so pertains the importance of the state, the integrity of the state and the protection of the state; and shall provide for the common comrades of the state with regards to revolutionary actions committed by foreign parties of Socialist or Communist origins, whether with aggressive action or be it legal action or action through the arts or culture.


Article 20 – The Regulations of the People’s Defense Force. The regulations of the People’s Defense Force shall be subject to the Ministry of Defense.


Article 21 – The Treatment of Prisoners of War. The People’s Defense Force, within regulations of the Third Geneva Convention of 1929 and 1949, shall not destroy, harm, injure or kill any members of an aggressive foreign armed force, unless with the prior order of both the Minister of Defense and the commander-in-chief, who is given the authority by the Central Committee. The People’s Defense Force shall provide quarters, health, religious and physical and intellectual activities, discipline, the military rank of their origin, and return after the cessation of aggression. The People’s Defense Force shall be tasked with the execution of prisoners of war only if it is required for the security of the state and the prisoner or prisoners of war have been convicted by a military tribunal with judges from all four branches of the People’s Defense Force.



Any found member of the state, who is found guilty of any violation of this article, will be tried by a military tribunal with judges from all four branches of the People’s Defense Force or by an international court of law.


Article 22 – The Treatment of Civilians and Foreign Civilians in War. The People’s Defense Force, within regulations of the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949, shall not harm, destroy or injure unarmed civilians. The People’s Defense Force shall not take unarmed civilians hostage nor use them to deter an enemy combatant away from them. The People’s Defense Force shall not degrade nor humiliate the collective population of one people nor degrade or humiliate the personal dignity of any unarmed civilian. The People’s Defense Force shall not differentiate civilians by race, nationality, religion, sex or age. The People’s Defense Force shall not examine without just cause, experiment with, or injure any civilian. The People’s Defense Force shall not execute the lives of any unarmed civilian, unless found guilty by a military tribunal with judges from all four branches of the People’s Defense Force. The People’s Defense Force shall not pillage, reprise, or punish an unarmed civilian for an offense they have not personally committed. The People’s Defense Force shall not move or relocate any person to any foreign state. The People’s Defense Force shall not destroy the property of any individual or collective people unless if absolutely necessary as specified by the Central Defense Command. The People’s Defense Force shall provide for the care and education of children, with regards to shelter, food and water, clothing, and medical assistance. The People’s Defense Force shall provide medical assistance to any civilian who so requires medical attention and shall not refuse the request of religious assistance or counsel but will not be required to fulfill the request, should it hinder the importance of any military operation as specified by the Central Defense Command.


Article 23 – The Defense of the Border. For the priority of the Defense of the Borderland: the Land Component shall have one division allocated to the defense of the land border, the Naval Component shall have one fleet allocated to the defense of the maritime border, the Air Component shall have on squadron allocated to the defense of the airspace border. These inscribed division, fleet and squadron shall be under the command of the Central Defense Command, the Border Defense Command and shall be regarded as Border Defense Police.























Section III – The Rights of the People and the Individual Citizen.


Article 24 – Citizenship. A person is granted citizenship to the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus and is granted the rights of citizens whenever born within the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus or naturalized by the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus.


Article 25 – Civic & Political Rights. The Citizens of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus are guaranteed the following civic and political rights:



a- Freedom of Speech, unto which the people shall be given the ability to voice their opinions and beliefs.



b- Freedom of Press, unto which the people shall be given the ability to report to their follow citizen.



c- Freedom of Assembly, unto which the people shall be given the ability to organize.



d- Freedom of Worship, unto which the people shall be given the ability to pray, worship, and counsel their religious beliefs, in private.



e- Freedom for Artistic Work, unto which the people shall be free to produce any work.



f- Protection of the Family, unto which the people shall be given the ability to protect their family and its livelihood.



g- Inviolability of the Person and Home, unto which the people shall be given privacy within their homes.



h- Protection under the Law; unto which when an accused person is in the custody of the state, the accused must be provided with an attorney should the accused so see it fit.


The Revolutionary Council, with the prerogative of the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus, has the authority to place limitations upon the rights inscribed above. Such limitations, which shall be inscribed within the government of Sandus by these Articles, shall include:



a- Limitation of Speech whenever it is necessary to uphold the security of the state, whether from aggression or from political beliefs which are recognized as counter-revolutionary or reactionary by the Revolutionary Council.



b- Limitation of Press whenever it is necessary to uphold the security of the state, whether from aggression or from political beliefs which are recognized as counter-revolutionary or reactionary by the Revolutionary Council, or to guide the society of Sandus.



c- Limitation of Assembly whenever it is detrimental to the security of the state and peace of the state.



d- Limitation of Worship whenever a person founds an independent organization from the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus, or is not recognized or sanctioned by the state, or if that person proclaims beliefs which are destructive to the security of the state, or if that person’s beliefs supersede socialism and communism.



e- Limitation of Inviolability of the Person and Home whenever the person in question or home is known to harbor practices detrimental to the health of the state and if that person is a counter-revolutionary or reactionary.


Article 26 – Economic & Social Rights. The Citizens of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus are guaranteed the following economic and social rights:



a- Right to Work



b- Right to Rest and Leisure



c- Right to Health Protection



d- Right to Care in Old Age and Sickness



e- Right to Housing



f- Right to Education



g- Right to Culture



h- Right to Necessities


The Revolutionary Council establishes that parasitism, that is the act of misusing economic and social rights, is detrimental to the advancement of the Sandum Socialist society and shall be classed as a violation of legal ethics within the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus and shall be classified as a crime with the consequence of punishment, if the accused is found guilty of parasitism.


Article 27 – The Role of the Citizen. The Citizens of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus are required of the following roles:



a- All citizens are required to observe labour discipline as defined by the Revolutionary Council.



b- As described in Section III, Article 26, of these Articles, parasitism is defined as a violation of law within the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus. In order to receive the benefits of other economic and social rights, one must fulfill the Right to Work. In times of old age and sickness, the state must be aware of that sickness and the state shall have the average retiring age at 60, or any other age as defined by the Revolutionary Council.



c- All citizens must protect the collective property of the state and people and oppose corruption.



d- All parents must care for their child and teach them socially useful work and raise them as worthy member of the Socialist society of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus.



e- All citizens must perform judicial duties when called upon by the Revolutionary Council.


Article 28. All Rights, Privileges, and Roles as inscribed within this Section III, are granted equally to both native born and naturalized citizens of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus.


Article 29 – Renouncement of Citizenship. A citizen may renounce citizenship only by submitting a report to the Revolutionary Council of their wishes to renounce citizenship. A citizen must have fulfilled the roles as inscribed by Section III, Article 4, pertaining to the Roles of Citizens. Rejection of the renouncement of citizenship will be because such inscribed roles are unfulfilled or the citizen is in violation of such inscribed roles or to protect the security of the state.


The State may revoke citizenship only with the Revolutionary Council consenting with regular voting and with the unanimous consent of the Central Committee because of any of the inscribed roles in Section III, Article 4, pertaining to the Roles of Citizens or because of any violations of rights inscribed in both Section III, Articles 2 and 3, pertaining to the economic & social and civil & political rights of the citizen.























Section IV – Religious Institutions of the State.


Article 30 – Religion within the State. The State shall provide for a way to worship for the religions of the people in a private manner. The State shall protect the minor religions as equally to the major religions, and shall provide societies and institutions of worship to all religions which are worshipped within Sandus.


Article 31 – The Institution Criteria. An Institution for the worship of a religion must be comprised of at least one citizen. An Institution must request sanction by the state to the Revolutionary Council and must not harm the socialist society of Sandus. Should any institution promote any ideology which surpasses Socialism and Communism in such an institution, the Revolutionary Council shall revoke sanction to that institution and it shall be disbanded. An Institution, too, must be formed with a constitution, submitted to both the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus and the Revolutionary Council. The Officers of such an institution must be members of the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus.


Article 32 – The Institution. The parent institution of the societies of which worshipers can worship is to known as the Sandum National Cultural Religious Institution (SNCRI). This institution shall provide the cultural basis and patriotic and socialist advancement of such societies and provide unity to the communities of religions throughout Sandus and shall not hinder the unity of all Sandum Citizens by being open to all people, no matter their faith. This institution shall be founded to protect the religious culture of Sandus and to advance that culture. No other institution of the sort may be recognized by the Revolutionary Council or the People’s Government without the amendment of these articles. All officers of this institution and the societies within this institution must be members of the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus and must swear loyalty to the Socialist Society, the People’s Government, and the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus. All information confessed to these religious officers which is detrimental to the security of the state must be reported to the Central Committee of the Revolutionary Council.


Article 33 – The Societies of the Institution. The Societies of the Institution shall be devoted to their respective religions and shall continue the role of the institution, namely the patriotic and socialist advancement, in order to create a better socialist society. The societies shall have figure heads which are members of the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus. The branches of the societies must be affirmed by the Revolutionary Council.


Article 34 – In Correlation with the Freedom of Worship. The members of these societies and the officers herein must not hold the beliefs of their societies above those of socialism and communism. Doing so is destructive to the Socialist society of Sandus and will be a breach of the limitation of worship, located in Section III, Article 25.


Article 35 – The Process of Adoption of a Religious Society. In order for the adoption of a religious society of the Sandum National Cultural Religious Institution, the Revolutionary Council must adopt a society with two-thirds majority. Without the adoption of the society by the Central Committee, such a society will be independent from the state and shall breach the public ownership of the state and shall violate the limitation of worship, located in Section III, Article 25.









































Section V – The Revolutionary Council and Legislation.


Article 36 – The Seats of the Revolutionary Council. Within the Revolutionary Council, there shall be seats from each respective district. Central Committee members shall retain their seats within the Revolutionary Council.


Article 37 – The Process of Legislation. Legislation of the Revolutionary Council shall be proposed by the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus, drafted by the Central Committee, edited by the Revolutionary Council, voted upon within the Revolutionary Council, and – should the legislation pass within the Revolutionary Council – shall be voted upon within the Central Committee. Should the Revolutionary Council veto the proposed legislation, the Central Committee may retain the legislation for a period of thirty days, or until the Revolutionary Council passes the proposed legislation. Should the Central Committee veto the proposed legislation, the Revolutionary Council may override the veto by a three-fourth majority. For all proposed legislation where there is no specific ratification process allocated within the legislation, the legislation must be passed by a majority of two-thirds within the Revolutionary Council and by a majority of five-sevenths within the Central Committee.


Article 38 – The Process of Amendment. Amending of legislation of the Revolutionary Council shall be proposed by either the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus or by the entire Revolutionary Council; shall be drafted by a joint committee of the Central Committee, the Revolutionary Council, and the Political Bureau of the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus; must be passed by a six-sevenths majority within the Central Committee; and, finally, must be passed with a seven-eighths majority within the Revolutionary Council. Should the amendment be vetoed by the Revolutionary Council, the amendment shall be retained for a period of fifteen days, or until the Revolutionary Council passes the amendment.


Article 39 – The Process of Repeal. Repealing of legislation of the Revolutionary Council shall be proposed in two scenarios:



The Repealing of legislation shall be proposed by the Central Committee; shall be voted upon by the Central Committee with a six-sevenths majority; and shall be voted upon by the Revolutionary Council with a seven-eighths majority. Should the Revolutionary Council reject the repeal, the repeal shall be retained for a period of fifteen days, or until the Revolutionary Council repeals the legislation.


Or,



The Repealing of legislation shall be proposed by the Citizens’ Communist Party; shall be voted upon by the Central Committee with a six-sevenths majority; and shall be voted upon by the Revolutionary Council with a seven-eighths majority. Should the Revolutionary Council reject the repeal, the repeal shall be retained for a period of fifteen days, or until the Revolutionary Council repeals the legislation.


Article 40 – The Process of Drafting and Adoption of the Constitution of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus. The Constitution of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus shall only be adopted when the following conditions are met:



1. The population of at least fifty persons.



2. The sovereignty of terrain.



3. The Revolutionary Council, Central Committee and Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus unanimously decide to terminate the Provisional Government, draft the Constitution of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus, and a national referendum is passed with a majority concerning the drafting of the Constitution of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus.


During the period of drafting the Constitution of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus, the Revolutionary Council shall work with the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus to draft the constitution; the Central Committee shall then pass the Constitution with a majority of five-sevenths; the Revolutionary Council shall then pass the Constitution with a majority of two-thirds. Should the Central Committee reject the Constitution, the Central Committee may propose an amended version of the Constitution to the Revolutionary Council; or, the Revolutionary Council may pass the Constitution with a majority of nine-tenths. Should the Revolutionary Council reject the Constitution, the Constitution shall be retained for a period of sixty days, or until the Revolutionary Council passes the Constitution.


Article 41 – The Terms of the Revolutionary Council. The period of terms of the Revolutionary Council shall be defined by the Central Advisory Committee, which shall be an equal period of time for all seats within the Revolutionary Council, whose periods of terms shall be passed with a five-sixths majority within the Revolutionary Council. However, until the adoption of a fifth district by the Revolutionary Council, the terms of the Revolutionary Council shall be three months.


Article 42 – The Seats of the Central Committee of the Revolutionary Council. Within the Central Committee, there shall be seven seats which are elected by the Revolutionary Council, however, until the Revolutionary Council adopts a third district, each seat of the Central Committee shall be elected and there must be one seat per district. However, in this period before the adoption of the third district, there must be at least two seats within the Central Committee.


Article 43 – The Terms of the Central Committee of the Revolutionary Council. The period of terms of the Central Committee shall be defined by the Central Advisory Committee, which shall be an equal period of time for all seats within the Revolutionary Council, whose periods of terms shall be passed with a five-sixths majority within the Revolutionary Council. However, until the adoption of a fifths district by the Revolutionary Council, the terms of the Central Committee shall be three months.


Article 44 – The Seat of the Chairman of the Revolutionary Council. Within the Revolutionary Council and Central People’s Government of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus, there shall be one seat which shall be the Chairman of the Central Committee and of the Revolutionary Council and who shall be the head of government and state. Although this seat holds no privileged vote within the Revolutionary Council, and the Chairman retains one vote within the Revolutionary Council and within the Central Committee, he presides over all in camera congresses of the Revolutionary Council and Central Committee, presides over the Central Disciplinary Council, and is the head of the Central People’s Government and is the chief diplomat and representative of the Central People’s Government.


Article 45 – The Term of the Chairman of the Revolutionary Council. The period of term of the Chairman shall be defined by the Central Advisory Committee, whose periods of terms shall be passed with a five-sixths majority within the Revolutionary Council. However, until the adoption of a fifths district by the Revolutionary Council, the term of the Chairman shall be three months.


Article 46 – The Proposed Cabinet of the Chairman of the Revolutionary Council. The proposed cabinet of the Chairman of the Revolutionary Council shall include the ministers of the Ministries of the Central People’s Government; the members of the Political Bureau of the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus; the members of the Central Committee; the General Secretaries of the Committees of the Revolutionary Council; the General Secretary of the Sandum National Cultural Religious Institution and the Secretaries of the societies of the Sandum National Cultural Religious Institution. The Chairman is not required of these cabinet members, and the Chairman has the authority to add another member to the Cabinet.


Article 47 – The Seats of the Committees of the Revolutionary Council. The seats of the Committees of the Revolutionary Council shall be elected by the Revolutionary Council with the preference of candidates which are self-nominated. The seats of the Committees shall either be regulated by the legislation creating the committees or by the Central Advisory Committee, with a two-thirds majority vote by the Revolutionary Council should the Central Advisory Committee propose an amendment to the seats of the committees of the Revolutionary Council. The committees located within these Articles shall be regulated by the Revolutionary Council with amendments to the seats of such committees being passed by a majority as declared within Section V, Article 3.


Article 48 – The Terms of the Committees of the Revolutionary Council. The terms of the Committees of the Revolutionary Council shall be defined either by the legislation creating the committee or by the Central Advisory Committee with a two-thirds majority vote by the Revolutionary Council should the Central Advisory Committee propose an amendment to the seats of the committees of the Revolutionary Council.


Article 49 – Adoption of Committees by the Revolutionary Council. The Adoption of Committees by the Revolutionary Council shall be adopted via legislation, following the regulations for adoption of legislation as defined in Section V, Article 2. Within such legislation, the purpose, the seats, the terms, and the regulations of the proposed committee shall be inscribed within the legislation.


Article 50 – Adoption of Districts. The Adoption of Districts by the Revolutionary Council shall be adopted via legislation, following the regulations for adoption of legislation as defined in Section V, Article 37.


Article 51 – The Division of the State; Districts. The Division of the State shall be known as Districts. Districts are created for the respectful representation of the citizens of an area and of the nation and are used to provide local, regional and national security and aid to the citizens of the districts. Each district shall send representatives to the Revolutionary Council as defined in Section V, Article 36.


Article 52 – The Role of the Revolutionary Council in the Drafting of the Constitution. The role of the Revolutionary Council in the Drafting of the Constitution is the respectful representation of their district and of the citizens of the state in the proposed Constitution.


Article 53 – The Role of the Revolutionary Council in the Proposed Constitution. The role of the Revolutionary Council in the proposed Constitution shall be of no power, until the socialist society of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus is in jeopardy and the Revolutionary Council shall be invested with the power of declaring martial law in order to protect the nation from becoming counter-revolutionary or reactionary. The Revolutionary Council within the Constitution shall not have authority over the Central People’s Government, besides the condition above, and shall not have the authority to propose, repeal or amend legislation. The Revolutionary Council located within the proposed Constitution shall be made up of one representative from the Citizens’ Communist Party of Sandus from each district. The amending of the role of the Revolutionary Council located within the Constitution of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus can be passed with a majority of nine-tenths of the legislature proposed by the Constitution or as the guidelines of the Constitution shall provide.


Section VII – Amendment and Ratification of the Articles of the Provisional Government.


Article 54. These Articles of the Provisional Government of the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus shall be amended following the provisions declared in Section V, Article 3.


Article 55. With the Ratification of these Articles of the Provisional Government for the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus, the Central People’s Government declares a new point in the history of Sandus. With the Ratification of these Articles, the Socialist society of Sandus becomes legal and binding for the entirety of the Sandum state. The activity of these Articles shall become effective immediately and shall become binding to the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus. The Ratification of two-thirds of the Revolutionary Council shall be sufficient for adoption and establishment of these Articles of the Provisional Government for the Democratic People’s Republic of Sandus and shall sufficient for the establishment of their provisions allocated within.

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