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We, The United Liberty League of the Great Cyberverse (ULL), in order to further the interests of brotherhood, cooperation, and strength, do join and establish this Charter for the United Liberty League. With full acknowledgment of the seperation of national and international responsibilities, this body shall promote peaceful relations, common defense, and commerce amongst its members.

Article I: Admission & Membership

Section 1: Admission

To apply for membership into ULL, each nation must visit the current alliance forums and apply.

Article II: Government Structure

The ULL will be governed by a High Council and General Council Of Members.

Section 1: High Council

The ULL shall consist of an executive and ministers, elected by the member nations, possessing the administerial powers of the alliance. The Council includes:

A. The President

The President of the High Council is an elected position held for a term of two months. The President holds final executive power over the High Council. This chief executive is responsible for representing the alliance in international negotiations, coordinating the operation of the Council, determining the administrative policies of the ULL, act as the Commander in Chief of the ULL's armed conflicts, and see to the enforcement of this Charter.

B. Council Ministers

All Council Ministers are elected by the members of the Order for a term of two months.

1. Minster Of Recuriment

The Minster Of Recuriment is responsible for admission of new alliance members, coordinating non-military aid between members, resolving conflicts between ULL members, and aiding the President in enforcing this Charter. This Minster also has the power to collect intelligence from non-member nations and alliances. The Minster Of Recuriment is responsible for the communication of this information as well as general world news to member nations and the High Council.

2. Grand Chancellor

The Grand Chancellor shall have the power to coordinate negotiations with other alliances and nations. The Grand Chancellor shall make suggestions regarding foreign policy to the President and Council Of Members and provide assements of possible threats to the Order. The Grand Chancellor shall also have the power to appoint and control ambassadors. Ambassadors are responsible for negotiations with other alliances and non-member nations. The Grand Chancellor is also responsible for supervising armed conflicts the ULL has entered, tracking wars involving individual member nations, coordinating military assistance between member nations, advising the Grandmaster on military matters, and assisting in threat assessments.

C. Order of Succession

In the event of an emergency and vacancy exists within the Council, the following order of succession will be followed until the vacancy is filled:

1. President

2. Minster of Recuriment;

3. Grand Chancellor;

Cabinet members may appoint a substitute for their role in case they expect to be temporarily absent. For unexpected absences, or those extending beyond the length of term, the President may appoint a substitute.

Section 2: Non-Voting Council Members

In addition to the President, Minster Of Recuriment, and Grand Chancellor, who compose the voting members of the High Council, there shall also be four non-voting members of the Council. These non-voting members may be consulted on any and all Council business, and are entilted to all privileges and accesses afforded to voting members of the Council, but they may not vote in matters that require a vote of the Council, and they may not second motions that require a second by the Council or its members.

A. Minster Of Defense

The Minster Of Defense has principal responsibility for organizing ULL actions in hostilities; he may also, at the discretion of the Grand Chancellor, assist with other Grand Chancellor responsibilities. The Minster Of Defense shall be appointed by the Grand Chancellor and confirmed by majority vote of the Council Of Members. The Minster Of Defense’s term begins when confirmed by the General Council Of Members, and ends when his successor receives confirmation.

B. Treasurer

The Treasurer has principal responsibility for organizing ULL banking and financial activities, including the accumulation of a surplus fund for use in emergencies; he may also, at the discretion of the Minster Of Recuriment, assist with other Grand Recuriment responsibilities. The Treasurer shall be appointed by the All head council and confirmed by majority vote of the General Assembly. The Grand Treasurer’s term begins when confirmed by the General Assembly, and ends when his successor receives confirmation.

C. Inductor

The Inductor has principal responsibility for recruitment and training of new members. The Inductor shall be appointed by the Presidents and confirmed by majority vote of the General Assembly. The Grand Inductor’s term begins when confirmed by the General Assembly, and ends when his successor receives confirmation.

D. Councillor-at-Large

The Councillor-at-Large has general governmental and ministerial duties. His primary responsibility is serving as an effective liaison between the General Assembly and the Council; he may also, at the discretion of any voting or non-voting member of the Council, assist with that member’s responsibilities. The Councilor-at-Large shall be elected by the General Assembly in a separate election held after the general elections described in Article III; his term begins upon election, and ends when the next government takes office.

Section 3: The Council Of Members

A: All Order members in good standing are admitted to the Council Of Members, the legislative chamber of the Order. Each member nation holds one vote.

B: A Order member may at any time move to introduce new legislation or amend/remove existing legislation, and invite other members to second that motion.

C: A motion to amend the Charter seconded by two Council members is brought to plenary vote, and is implemented with a 2/3 majority of active members.

D: Any other motion seconded by four ULL members is brought to plenary vote, and becomes ULL law with a simple majority of voters.

E: The Presidnet retains veto power for any legislative changes. A veto may be overturned by the Council Of Members upon a 2/3 majority vote.

Article III: Elections

A. Council Minister elections shall occur every two months, to coincide with the expiration of government terms. Elections shall consist of nomination, campaigning, and voting phases, on a schedule determined by the President or his designee, but no phase shall last less than 72 hours.

B. No ULL member may be nominated or nominate himself for more than two High Council positions.

C. The Presidnet is responsible for ensuring the transparency and coordination of all elections, with the exception of any election in which he runs for reelection to the same or other post. In the case of a President running for reelection to the same or other post, the highest ranking council member that does not run for the position in question or a member of good standing that does not run and is seconded by all applicants will be responsible for the transparency of the election for that position.

D. ULL members may cast one vote for each Office.

E. The most voted nation for each Office is appointed. Should a nation win the vote for two Offices, they are appointed to the Office of their choice, and their candidacy is removed from the other. This process is iterated until all positions are filled. In the event of a tie, the President will cast the tie-breaking vote.

F. The President or Minsters shall certify and post election results as soon as possible. Election winners may enter office immediately or, upon request of the incoming Presidnet, may arrange for a transition period of not more than 72 hours.

Article IV: War

A: The ULL endorses peace between its members. Signatories are prohibited from conducting unprovoked attacks against any member nation or any member of a friendly alliance.

B: Should a member nation be the victim of an attack, all ULL members pledge to rally their full military and economic powers in defense of the attacked nation, aiding reconstruction and war efforts to the best of their abilities.

C. Member nations shall not declare war on non-member nations unless:

1. The member nation has been attacked by the target of the declaration or

2. The member nation has consulted and obtained express permission by a majority of the High Council or

3. The member nation has consulted and obtained a full alliance declaration of war from the General Assembly signed by the President.

Article V: Foreign Aid

1. The ULL offers aid to any member nation who seeks it, where it does not endanger the security and financial stability of other member nations.

2. Non-member nations may request aid from the ULL, and the Order shall grant such aid upon the determination of the General Assembly.

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