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Kratōr Anna III of Tirana

 

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Born South Slav, Kratōr Anna III of Tirana, 26, has today announced she will ascend the throne of Albania. The Palace will be located in Tirana, Albania in the Slavic District. She along with the Royal Court of Tirana have begun securing the 36 rrethe, or districts. In an effort to extend citizenship to all the Albanian people, a national census has begun, each family must register in a format acceptable to the kurorë. Each family must note their ethnicity, language spoken median yearly income and number of person(s) in household so that the census does draw an accurate picture of Albanias' demographics.

 

Slavic Rule of Law

 

1. Under the Slavic Rule of Law, all people of Southern Slavic descent are to be made a part of the Jug-sllave kastë, which extends a modernized form of vassalage to the Jug-sllave.

2. All Jug-sllave pay taxes directly to the kurorë, and are waivered the mandate to serve in the ADS for two years.

3. All Jug-sllave are hereby and henceforth allowed to create a family name and create a Stema e fisnikërisë, an The Nobility emblem.

 

Albanian Rule of Law

1. Under the Albanian Rule of Law, all people of Jo-sllav descent are to be made a part of the Jo-sllav kastë, which extends citizenship and access to the merchant kastë

2. All Jo-sllav pay taxes to the Royal court of Albania, and are mandated to serve in the ADS for two years, post secondary school

3. All Jo-sllave are forbidden from claiming a Stema e fisnikërisë, however they may make a Stema !@#$ës, a traders emblem.

 

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During her coronation, the ADS (Albanian Defense Service) would also come into being. As a private military Corporation the ADS would be HQ'd out of Elbasan. Due to no existing military structure in Albania, the ADS ranks have swelled making it the single, most large private military contractor in the world numbering over 500,000 mercenaries. This company would be continually reinforced by a mandate that caused Jo-sllavs to serve a minimum 2 years.

 

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During the Kratōrs'   first publicized appearance she announced that Tirana would be open the following week for any diplomatic missions wishing to see the Royal court and press them for any issues that might arise.

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Se topi Kurorë

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Se topi Kurorë, The Crown Ball located in Tirana, Albania is to be hosted in the coming week. As a week long event which is surrounded by the Parada e Shqipërise, Parade of Albania, many of the Jug-sllave are expected to make their appearance in the Upper ball, while the Jo-sllave will make their appearances in the Lower ball. As the Parada a Shqipërise begins in earnest, all people of Albania regardless of kastë, begin to celebrate the Coronation of Kratōr Anna III of Tirana.


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On the first night of Parada e Shqipërise, people can be seen all along the Aegean in boats, on beaches, and in the water, splashing and enjoying themselves all night long. This is a kastë-less event and all Albanians are invited, the majority of inter-kastë fornication happens on this glorious night, and due to that, brings about the birth of the pa kastës, those without a kastë.


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On the second night of Parada e Shqipërise, the Albanian Defense Service does their famous Elbasan march from Elbasan to Tirana, and back to Elbasan without pause. 

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On the third night of Parada e Shqipërise, the firework show happens, this is known to be one of the largest simultaneous fireworks show in the world. A total of 5 tons of fireworks are fired off throughout the entire country. This spectacle has been voted, four years running, as the most memorable.

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On the fourth night of Parada e Shqipërise, the merchant kastë promotes every new product they've made in the last year and pitches ideas to multi-billion dollar international mega-industries, like Deor, a popular clothing producer.




On the last three nights of Parada e Shqipërise, the Se topi Kurorë will go on. All the majesty of Crown ball, surrounded by the press of hundreds of thousands of the Jo-sllav kastë, and the thousands of Jug-sllave. On the stroke of midnight the seventh night, the former pa kastë who have undergone both the Mandate of service and the process of joining a kastë, may present themselves to Kratōr Anna III of Tirana in hopes of being allowed to join one of the three kastës, depending on their chosen process.

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"THE CONSTITUTION OF THE KINGDOM OF ALBANIA"

Preamble
I, Kratōr Anna III of Tirana , do hereby ordain this Constitution for the Kingdom of Albania.
Section 1

Article 1

  1. The Kingdom of Albania is a sovereign, independent, unitary and indivisible National State.
  2. The form of government of Kingdom of Albania is a Nation of Matriarchal Monarchy.
  3. The Kindom of Albania is governed by Slavic and Albanian rule of law, in which human dignity, the citizens' rights and freedoms, the free development of human personality, and justice shall be guaranteed.
  4. In The Kingdom of Albania, the observance of the Constitution, its supremacy and the laws shall be mandatory.
     

Slavic Rule of Law



1. Under the Slavic Rule of Law, all people of Southern Slavic descent are to be made a part of the Jug-sllave kastë, which extends a modernized form of vassalage to the Jug-sllave.

2. All Jug-sllave pay taxes directly to the kurorë, and are waivered the mandate to serve in the ADS for two years.

3. All Jug-sllave are hereby and henceforth allowed to create a family name and create a Stema e fisnikërisë, an The Nobility emblem.



Albanian Rule of Law

1. Under the Albanian Rule of Law, all people of Jo-sllav descent are to be made a part of the Jo-sllav kastë, which extends citizenship and access to the merchant kastë

2. All Jo-sllav pay taxes to the Royal court of Albania, and are mandated to serve in the ADS for two years, post secondary school

3. All Jo-sllave are forbidden from claiming a Stema e fisnikërisë, however they may make a Stema !@#$ës, a traders emblem.

 
Article 2


  • The territory of The Kingdom of Albania is inalienable.
  • The frontiers of the country are sanctioned by an organic law, with the observance of the principles and other generally recognized regulations of international law.
  • No foreign populations may be displaced or colonized on the territory of The Kingdom of Albania.

Article 3

  • Jug-sllave and Jo-sllav kastë can be acquired, retained or lost as provided by the organic law.
  • Albanian kastë can be withdrawn if acquired by birth.

Article 4

 

  • The State foundation is laid on the unity of the Albanian people and the solidarity of its citizens.
  • The Kingdom of Albania is the common and indivisible homeland of all its citizens, with distinct recognizable differences between kastës. Any discrimination on account of race, nationality, ethnic origin, language, religion, sex, opinion, political adherence, property or social origin may be given due to kastë .

Article 5

 

  • The Kingdom of Albania pledges to fulfill as such and in good faith its obligations as deriving from the treaties it is a party to.
  • Treaties ratified by The Kingdom of Albania, according to the law, are part of national law.
  • If a treaty The Kingdom of Albania is to become a party to comprises provisions contrary to the Constitution, its ratification shall only take place after the revision of the Constitution.

Article 6

 

  • The flag of The Kingdom of Albania is the mbizotërues shqiponjë.
  • The National Day of The Kingdom of Albania is the 22nd of December.
  • The national anthem of The Kingdom of Albania is "Himni i Flamurit".
  • The national coat of arms and the State's seal shall be established by organic laws.

Article 7

 

  • The active version of this document is its latest version at “N/A” or , whichever is latest.

Section 2
Article 8

 

  • All citizens enjoy the rights and freedoms granted to them by the Constitution and other laws, and have the duties laid down thereby.
  • The law shall only act for the future, except for the more favorable criminal or administrative law.

Article 9

 

  • Citizens of The Kingdom of Albania while abroad shall enjoy the protection of The Kingdom of Albania and shall be bound to fulfill their duties, with the exception of those incompatible with their absence from the country.

Article 10

 

  • Aliens and pa kastë persons living in The Kingdom of Albania shall enjoy no general protection of persons and assets, as guaranteed by the Constitution and other laws.
  • The right of asylum shall be granted and withdrawn under the provisions of the law, in compliance with the international treaties and conventions The Kingdom of Albania is a party to.

Article 11

 

  • No Jug-sllave or Jo-sllav of The Kingdom of Albania shall be extradited or expelled from The Kingdom of Albania.
  • By exemption from the provisions of paragraph (1), citizens of The Kingdom of Albania can be extradited based on the international agreements The Kingdom of Albania is a party to, according to the law and on a mutual basis.
  • Aliens and pa kastë persons may be extradited only in compliance with an international convention or in terms of reciprocity.
  • Expulsion or extradition shall be ruled by the Royal court of Albania .

Article 12

 

  • Constitutional provisions concerning the citizens' rights and liberties shall be interpreted and enforced in conformity with the covenants and other treaties The Kingdom of Albania is a party to.
  • Where any inconsistencies exist between the covenants and treaties on the fundamental human rights The Kingdom of Albania is a party to, and the national laws, the international regulations shall take precedence, unless the Constitution or national laws comprise more favorable provisions.

Article 13

 

  • Every person of kastë is entitled to bring cases before the courts for the defense of his legitimate rights, liberties and interests.
  • The exercise of this right shall not be restricted by any law.
  • All parties shall be entitled to a fair trial and a solution of their cases within a reasonable term.
  • Administrative special jurisdiction is optional and free of charge.

Section 3
Article 14

 

  • The right to life, as well as the right to physical and mental integrity of person are guaranteed.
  • No one of kastë may be subjected to torture or to any kind of inhuman or degrading punishment or treatment.
  • The death penalty is not prohibited, but not commonplace

Article 15

 

  • Individual freedom and security of a person of kastë are inviolable.
  • Search, detainment, or arrest of a person shall be permitted only in the cases and under the procedure provided by law.
  • Detention shall not exceed twenty-four hours.
  • Preventive custody shall be ordered by a judge and only in the course of criminal proceedings.
  • During the criminal proceedings, the preventive custody may only be ordered for 30 days at the most and extended for 30 days at the most each, without the overall length exceeding a reasonable term, and no longer than 180 days.
  • After the lawsuit has begun, the court is bound, according to the law, to check, on a regular basis and no later than 60 days, the lawfulness and grounds of the preventive custody, and to order at once the release of the defendant if the grounds for the preventive custody have ceased to exist or if the court finds there are no new grounds justifying the continuance of the custody.
  • The decisions by a court of law on preventive custody may be subject to the legal proceedings stipulated by the law.
  • Any person detained or arrested shall be promptly informed, in a language he understands, of the grounds for his detention or arrest, and notified of the charges against him, as soon as practicable; the notification of the charges shall be made only in the presence of a lawyer of his own choosing or appointed ex officio.
  • The release of a detained or arrested person shall be mandatory if the reasons for such steps have ceased to exist, as well as under other circumstances stipulated by the law.
  • A person under preventive custody shall have the right to apply for provisional release, under judicial control or on bail.
  • Any person shall be presumed innocent till found guilty by a final decision of the court.
  • Penalties shall be established or applied only in accordance with and on the grounds of the law.
  • The freedom deprivation sanction can only be based on criminal grounds.

Article 16

 

  • The right to defense is guaranteed.
  • All throughout the trial, the parties shall have the right to be assisted by a lawyer of their own choosing or appointed ex officio.

Article 17

 

  • The public authorities shall respect and protect the intimate, family and private life.
  • No natural person has the right to freely dispose of himself unless by this he infringes on the rights and freedoms of others, on public order or morals. Unless afflicted by fatal illness, or similar life altering complications.

Article 18

 

  • The domicile and the residence are inviolable. No one shall enter or remain in the domicile or residence of a person without his consent.
  • An exemption from the provisions of paragraph (1) can operate, according to the law, for the following instances:
  • carrying into execution a warrant for arrest or a court decree;
  • removing a risk to someone's life, physical integrity, or a person's assets;
  • defending national security or public order;
  • preventing the spread of an epidemic.
  • Searches shall only be ordered by a judge and carried out under the terms and forms stipulated by the law.
  • Searches during the night shall be forbidden, except for crimes in flagrante delicto.

Article 19

 

  • Secrecy of the letters, telegrams and other postal communications, of telephone conversations, and of any other legal means of communication is inviolable.

Article 20

 

  • Freedom of thought, opinion, and religious beliefs shall not be restricted in any form whatsoever. No one shall be compelled to embrace an opinion or religion contrary to his own convictions.
  • Freedom of conscience is guaranteed; it must be manifested in a spirit of tolerance and mutual respect.
  • All religions shall be free and organized in accordance with their own statutes, under the terms laid down by law.
  • Any forms, means, acts or actions of religious enmity shall be prohibited in the relationships among the cults.
  • Religious cults shall be autonomous from the State and shall enjoy support from it, including the facilitation of religious assistance in the army, in hospitals, prisons, homes and orphanages.
  • Parents or legal tutors have the right to ensure, in accordance with their own convictions, the education of the minor children whose responsibility devolves on them.

Article 21

 

  • Freedom of expression of thoughts, opinions, or beliefs, and freedom of any creation, by words, in writing, in pictures, by sounds or other means of communication in public are inviolable.
  • Any censorship shall be prohibited.
  • Freedom of the press also involves the free setting up of publications.
  • No publication shall be suppressed.
  • The law may impose upon the mass media the obligation to make public their financing source.
  • Freedom of expression shall not be prejudicial to the dignity, honor, privacy of a person, and to the right to one's own image.
  • Any defamation of the country and the nation, any instigation to a war of aggression, to national, racial, class or religious hatred, any incitement to discrimination, territorial separatism, or public violence, as well as any obscene conduct contrary to morality shall be prohibited by law.
  • Civil liability for any information or creation made public falls upon the publisher or producer, the author, the producer of the artistic performance, the owner of the copying facilities, radio or television station, under the terms laid down by law. Indictable offenses of the press shall be established by law.

Article 22

 

  • A person's right of access to any information of public interest shall not be restricted.
  • The public authorities, according to their competence, shall be bound to provide correct information to the citizens in public affairs and matters of personal interest.
  • The right to information shall not be prejudicial to the measures of protection of young people or national security.
  • Public and private media shall be bound to provide correct information to the public opinion.
  • Public radio and television services shall be autonomous. They must guarantee any important social and political group the exercise of the right to broadcasting time. The organization of these services shall be regulated by an organic law.

Article 23

 

  • The right to education is provided by the compulsory general education, by education in high schools and vocational schools, by higher education, as well as other forms of instruction and postgraduate improvement.
  • Education at all levels shall be carried out in <preferred language>. Education may also be carried out in a foreign language of international use, under the terms laid down by law.
  • The right of persons belonging to national minorities to learn their mother tongue, and their right to be educated in this language are guaranteed; the ways to exercise these rights shall be regulated by law.
  • State education shall be free, according to the law. The State shall grant social scholarships to children or young people coming from disadvantaged families and to those institutionalized, as stipulated by the law.
  • Education at all levels shall take place in state, private, or confessional institutions, according to the law.
  • The autonomy of the Universities is guaranteed.
  • The State shall ensure the freedom of religious education, in accordance with the specific requirements of each religious cult. In public schools, religious education is organized and guaranteed by law.

Article 24

 

  • Every citizen having turned eighteen up to or on the election day shall have the right to vote.
  • The mentally deficient or alienated persons, laid under interdiction, as well as the persons disenfranchised by a final decision of the court cannot vote.

Article 25

 

  • Citizens may freely associate into economic parties, trade unions, employers' associations, and other forms of association.
  • Secret associations are prohibited.

Article 26

 

  • The right of property, as well as the debts incurring on the State are guaranteed. The content and limitations of these rights shall be established by law.
  • Private property shall be equally guaranteed and protected by the law, irrespective of its owner. Foreign citizens and stateless persons shall only acquire the right to private property of land under the terms resulting from international treaties The Kingdom of Albania is a party to, on a mutual basis, under the terms stipulated by an organic law, as well as a result of lawful inheritance.
  • No one shall be expropriated, except on grounds of public utility, established according to the law, against just compensation paid in advance.
  • For projects of general interest, the public authorities are entitled to use the subsoil of any real estate with the obligation to pay compensation to its owner for the damages caused to the soil, plantations or buildings, as well as for other damages imputable to these authorities.
  • Compensation provided under paragraphs (3) and (5) shall be agreed upon with the owner, or by the decision of the court when a settlement cannot be reached.
  • The right of property compels to the observance of duties relating to environmental protection and insurance of neighborliness, as well as of other duties incumbent upon the owner, in accordance with the law or custom.
  • Legally acquired assets shall not be confiscated. Legality of acquirement shall be presumed.
  • Any goods intended for, used or resulting from a criminal or minor offense may be confiscated only in accordance with the provisions of the law.

Article 27

 

  • The right of inheritance is guaranteed to those of kastë.

Article 28

 

  • The family is founded on the freely consented marriage of the spouses, their full equality, as well as the right and duty of the parents to ensure the upbringing, education and instruction of their children.
  • The terms for entering into marriage dissolution and nullity of marriage shall be established by law. Religious wedding may be celebrated only after the civil marriage.
  • Children born out of wedlock are considered pa kastë before the law with those born in wedlock until their formal application to a kastë.

Article 29

 

  • Citizens have the right and duty to defend The Kingdom of Albania.
  • The terms for doing the military service shall be set up in an organic law.

Article 30

 

  • Citizens of The Kingdom of Albania, foreign citizens, and stateless persons shall exercise their constitutional rights and freedoms in good faith, without any infringement of the rights and liberties of others.

Section 4
Article 31

 

  • There are constitutional, organic, and ordinary laws.
  • Constitutional laws shall be pertaining to the revision of the Constitution.
  • Organic laws shall regulate:
  • the law system;
  • the organization and holding of referendum;
  • the organization of the Government and of the Supreme Council of National Defense;
  • the state of partial or total mobilization of the armed forces and the state of war;
  • the state of siege and emergency;
  • criminal offenses, penalties, and the execution thereof;
  • the granting of amnesty or collective pardon;
  • the statute of public servants;
  • the contentious business falling within the competence of administrative courts;
  • the organization and functioning of the Superior Council of Magistracy, the courts of law, the Public Ministry, and the Court of Audit;
  • the general legal status of property and inheritance;
  • the general organization of education;
  • the organization of local public administration, territory, as well as the general rules on local autonomy;
  • the general rules covering labor relations, trade unions, employers' associations, and social protection;
  • the status of national minorities in The Kingdom of Albania;
  • the general statutory rules of religious cults;
  • the other fields for which the Constitution stipulates the enactment of organic laws.

Article 32

 

  • The law, decision or ordinance shall be published at “N/A” and come into force immediately after its publication date, or on a subsequent date stipulated in its text.

Section 5
Article 33

 

  • Justice shall be rendered in the name of the law.
  • Justice shall be one, impartial, and equal for all.
  • Judges shall be independent and subject only to the law.

Article 34

 

  • Proceedings shall be public, except for the cases provided by law.

Article 35

 

  • The legal procedure shall be conducted in Albanian-English.
  • Romanian citizens belonging to national minorities have the right to express themselves in their mother tongue before the courts of law, under the terms of the organic law.
  • The ways for exercising the right stipulated under paragraph (2), including the use of interpreters or translations, shall be stipulated so as not to hinder the proper administration of justice and not to involve additional expenses to those interested.
  • Foreign citizens and stateless persons who do not understand or do not speak the Romanian language shall be entitled to take cognizance of all the file papers and proceedings, to speak in court and draw conclusions, by means of an interpreter;

Article 36

 

  • Against decisions of the court, the parties concerned and the Public Ministry may exercise ways of appeal, in accordance with the law.

Section 6
Article 37

 

  • The national currency is the Alba.
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