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The Constitution of the Black Defense Council (herein known as BDC)

Having, by virtue of the glories of Our Ancestors, desiring to promote the welfare of, and to give development to the moral and intellectual faculties of Our beloved citizens, the very same that have been favoured with the benevolent care and affectionate vigilance of Our Ancestors; and hoping to maintain the prosperity of the State, in concert with Our people and with their support, We hereby promulgate, in pursuance of Our BDC Rescript, a fundamental law of the Alliance, to exhibit the principles, by which We are guided in Our conduct, and to point out to what Our descendants and Our citizens and their descendants are forever to conform.

The right of sovereignty of the Alliance, We have inherited from Our Ancestors, and We shall bequeath them to Our descendants. Neither We nor they shall in future fail to wield them, in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution hereby granted.

We now declare to respect and protect the security of the rights and of the property of Our people, and to secure to them the complete enjoyment of the same, within the extent of the provisions of the present Constitution and of the law.

The BDC Senate shall first be convoked in January 2008, and the time of its opening shall be the date when the present Constitution comes into force.

When in the future it may become necessary to amend any of the provisions of the present Constitution, We or Our successors shall assume the initiative right, and submit a project for the same to the BDC Senate. The BDC Senate shall pass its vote upon it, according to the conditions imposed by the present Constitution, and in no otherwise shall Our descendants or Our citizens be permitted to attempt any alteration thereof.

Our Ministers of State, on Our behalf, shall be held responsible for the carrying out of the present Constitution, and Our present and future citizens shall forever assume the duty of allegiance to the present Constitution.

The Constitution of the Alliance of BDC

Chapter I. The President.

* Article 1. The Alliance of BDC shall be reigned over and governed by President.

* Article 2. The BDC Presidency shall be succeeded to by his designated successor, according to the provisions of the BDC House Law.

* Article 3. The President is sacred and inviolable.

* Article 4. The President is the head of the Alliance, combining in Himself the rights of sovereignty, and exercises them, according to the provisions of the present Constitution.

* Article 5. The President exercises the legislative power with the consent of the BDC Senate.

* Article 6. The President gives sanction to laws, and orders them to be promulgated and executed.

* Article 7. The President convokes the BDC Senate, opens, closes and prorogues it, and dissolves the BDC Senate.

* Article 8. The President, in consequence of an urgent necessity to maintain public safety or to avert public calamities, issues, when the BDC Senate is not sitting, BDC Ordinances in the place of law.

(2) Such BDC Ordinances are to be laid before the BDC Senate at its next session, and when the Senate does not approve the said Ordinances, the Government shall declare them to be invalid for the future.

* Article 9. The President issues or causes to be issued, the Ordinances necessary for the carrying out of the laws, or for the maintenance of the public peace and order, and for the promotion of the welfare of the citizens. But no Ordinance shall in any way alter any of the existing laws.

* Article 10. The President determines the organization of the different branches of the administration, and compensation of all civil and military officers, and appoints and dismisses the same. Exceptions especially provided for in the present Constitution or in other laws, shall be in accordance with the respective provisions (bearing thereon).

* Article 11. The President has the supreme command of the Armed Forces.

* Article 12. The President determines the organization and peace standing of the Armed Forces.

* Article 13. The President declares war, makes peace, and concludes treaties.

* Article 14. The President proclaims the law of siege.

(2) The conditions and effects of the law of siege shall be determined by law.

* Article 15. The President confers titles of nobility, rank, orders and other marks of honor.

* Article 16. The President orders amnesty, pardon, commutation of punishments and rehabilitation.

* Article 17. A Regency shall be instituted in conformity with the provisions of the BDC House Law.

(2) The Regent shall exercise the powers appertaining to the President in His name.

Chapter II. Rights and Duties of Subjects

* Article 18. The conditions necessary for being a BDC Alliance subject shall be determined by law.

* Article 19. BDC Alliance citizens may, according to qualifications determined in laws or ordinances, be appointed to civil or military offices equally, and many fill any other public offices.

* Article 20. BDC Alliance citizens are amenable to service in the Armed Forces, according to the provisions of law.

* Article 21. BDC Alliance citizens are amenable to the duty of paying taxes, according to the provisions of law.

* Article 22. BDC Alliance citizens shall have the liberty of abode and of changing the same within the limits of the law.

* Article 23. No BDC Alliance subject shall be arrested, detained, tried or punished, unless according to law.

* Article 24. No BDC Alliance subject shall be deprived of his right of being tried by the judges determined by law.

* Article 25. Except in the cases provided for in the law, the forum private messages of no BDC Alliance subject shall be read or searched without his consent.

* Article 26. Except in the cases mentioned in the law, the secrecy of the letters of every BDC Alliance subject shall remain inviolate.

* Article 27. The right of property of every BDC Alliance subject shall remain inviolate.

(2) Measures necessary to be taken for the public benefit shall be any provided for by law.

* Article 28. BDC Alliance citizens shall, within limits not prejudicial to peace and order, and not antagonistic to their duties as citizens, enjoy freedom of religious belief.

* Article 29. BDC Alliance citizens shall, within the limits of law, enjoy the liberty of speech, writing, publication, public meetings and associations.

* Article 30. BDC Alliance citizens may present petitions, by observing the proper forms of respect, and by complying with the rules specially provided for the same.

* Article 31. The provisions contained in the present Chapter shall not affect the exercise of the powers appertaining to the President, in times of war or in cases of a national emergency.

* Article 32. Each and every one of the provisions contained in the preceding Articles of the present Chapter, that are not in conflict with the laws or the rules and discipline of the Armed Forces, shall apply to the officers and men of the Armed Forces.

Chapter III. The BDC Senate

* Article 33. The BDC Senate shall consist of two Houses, a House of Peers and a House of Representatives.

* Article 34. The House of Peers shall, in accordance with the Ordinance concerning the House of Peers, be composed of the members of the BDC Family, of the orders of nobility, and of those persons, who have been nominated thereto by the President.

* Article 35. The House of Representatives shall be composed of Members elected by the people, according to the provisions of the Law of Election.

* Article 36. No one can at one and the same time be a Member of both Houses.

* Article 37. Every law requires the consent of the BDC Senate.

* Article 38. Both Houses shall vote upon projects of law submitted to it by the Government, and may respectively initiate projects of law.

* Article 39. A Bill, which has been rejected by either the one or the other of the two Houses, shall not be again brought in during the same session.

* Article 40. Both Houses can make representations to the Government, as to laws or upon any other subject. When, however, such representations are not accepted, they cannot be made a second time during the same session.

* Article 41. The BDC Senate shall be convoked every year.

* Article 42. A session of the BDC Senate shall last during three months. In case of necessity, the duration of a session may be prolonged by the BDC Order.

* Article 43. When urgent necessity arises, an extraordinary session may be convoked, in addition to the ordinary one.

(2) The duration of an extraordinary session shall be determined by BDC Order.

* Article 44. The opening, closing, prolongation of session and prorogation of the BDC Senate, shall be effected simultaneously for both Houses.

(2) In case the House of Representatives has been ordered to dissolve, the House of Peers shall at the same time be prorogued.

* Article 45. When the House of Representatives has been ordered to dissolve, Members shall be caused by BDC Order to be newly elected, and the new House shall be convoked within five months from the day of dissolution.

* Article 46. No debate can be opened and no vote can be taken in either House of the BDC Senate, unless not less than one third of the whole number of the Members thereof is present.

* Article 47. Votes shall be taken in both Houses by absolute majority. In the case of a tie vote, the President shall have the casting vote.

* Article 48. The deliberations of both Houses shall be held in public. The deliberations may, however, upon demand of the Government or by resolution of the House, be held in secret sitting.

* Article 49. Both Houses of the BDC Senate may respectively present addresses to the President.

* Article 50. Both Houses may receive petitions presented by citizens.

* Article 51. Both Houses may enact, besides what is provided for in the present Constitution and in the Law of the Houses, rules necessary for the management of their internal affairs.

* Article 52. No Member of either House shall be held responsible outside the respective Houses, for any opinion uttered or for any vote given in the House. When, however, a Member himself has given publicity to his opinions by public speech, by documents in print or in writing, or by any other similar means, he shall, in the matter, be amenable to the general law.

* Article 53. The Members of both Houses shall, during the session, be free from arrest, unless with the consent of the House, except in cases of flagrant delictis, or of offences connected with a state of internal commotion or with a foreign trouble.

* Article 54. The Ministers of State and the Delegates of the Government may, at any time, take seats and speak in either House.

Chapter IV. The Ministers of State and the Privy Council

* Article 55. The respective Ministers of State shall give their advice to the President, and be responsible for it.

(2) All Laws, BDC Ordinances, and BDC Rescripts of whatever kind, that relate to the affairs of the State, require the countersignature of a Minister of State.

* Article 56. The Privy Councillors shall, in accordance with the provisions for the organization of the Privy Council, deliberate upon important matters of State, when they have been consulted by the President.

* Article 57. In the event of the absence of the President due to business outside the BDC Alliance, and in the event the President has not specifically designated a Regency, the most senior member of the Privy Councillors by rank shall, in accordance with the Law of the President, rule as a Regent.

* Article 58. The seniority of the Privy Councillors shall be established as follows, in order of most senior to least senior: Minister President of State, President of the Privy Council, Chief Alliance Security Advisor, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Minister of State for Defense, Minister of State for Commerce, Minister of State for Internal Affairs.

* Article 59. The Privy Councillors shall all enjoy equal rank when not serving as Regent.

* Article 60. Should a higher-ranking Privy Councillor become available than one currently serving as Regent, that higher-ranking member shall assume the Regency and shall have the full support and cooperation of all other Privy Councillors.

* Article 61. Should the President so decree, a fixed Regency may be established for his absence which would not allow for the operation of the mechanics of Article 57, above.

Chapter V. The Judicature

* Article 62. The Judicature shall be exercised by the Courts of Law according to law, in the name of the President.

(2) The organization of the Courts of Law shall be determined by law.

* Article 63. The judges shall be appointed from among those, who possess proper qualifications according to law.

(3) No judge shall be deprived of his position, unless by way of criminal sentence or disciplinary punishment.

(4) Rules for disciplinary punishment shall be determined by law.

* Article 64. Trials and judgments of a Court shall be conducted publicly. When, however, there exists any fear that, such publicity may be prejudicial to peace and order, or to the maintenance of public morality, the public trial may be suspended by provisions of law or by the decision of the Court of Law.

* Article 65. All matters, that fall within the competency of a special Court, shall be specially provided for by law.

* Article 66. No suit at law, which relates to rights alleged to have been infringed by the illegal measures of the executive authorities, and which shall come within the competency of the Court of Administrative Litigation specially established by law, shall be taken cognizance of by a Court of Law.

Chapter VI. Finance

* Article 67. The imposition of a new tax or the modification of the rates (of an existing one) shall be determined by law.

(2) However, all such administrative fees or other revenue having the nature of compensation shall not fall within the category of the above clause.

(3) The raising of national loans and the contracting of other liabilities to the charge of the National Treasury, except those that are provided in the Budget, shall require the consent of the BDC Senate.

* Article 68. The taxes levied at present shall, in so far as are not remodelled by new law, be collected according to the old system.

* Article 69. The expenditure and revenue of the State require the consent of the BDC Senate by means of an annual Budget.

(2) Any and all expenditures overpassing the appropriations set forth in the Titles and Paragraphs of the Budget, or that are not provided for in the Budget, shall subsequently require the approbation of the BDC Senate.

* Article 70. The Budget shall be first laid before the House of Representatives.

* Article 71. The expenditures of the BDC House shall be defrayed every year out of the National Treasury, according to the present fixed amount for the same, and shall not require the consent thereto of the BDC Senate, except in case an increase thereof is found necessary.

* Article 72. Those already fixed expenditures based by the Constitution upon the powers appertaining to the President, and such expenditures as may have arisen by the effect of law, or that appertain to the legal obligations of the Government, shall be neither rejected nor reduced by the BDC Senate, without the concurrence of the Government.

* Article 73. In order to meet special requirements, the Government may ask the consent of the BDC Senate to a certain amount as a Continuing Expenditure Fund, for a previously fixed number of years.

* Article 74. In order to supply deficiencies, which are unavoidable, in the Budget, and to meet requirements unprovided for in the same, a Reserve Fund shall be provided in the Budget.

* Article 75. When the BDC Senate cannot be convoked, owing to the external or internal condition of the country, in case of urgent need for the maintenance of public safety, the Government may take all necessary financial measures, by means of an BDC Ordinance.

(2) In the case mentioned in the preceding clause, the matter shall be submitted to the BDC Senate at its next session, and its approbation shall be obtained thereto.

* Article 76. When the BDC Senate has not voted on the Budget, or when the Budget has not been brought into actual existence, the Government shall carry out the Budget of the preceding year.

* Article 77. The final account of the expenditures and revenues of the State shall be verified and confirmed by the Board of Audit, and it shall be submitted by the Government to the BDC Senate, together with the report of verification of the said Board.

(2) The organization and competency of the Board of Audit shall be determined by law separately.

Chapter VII. Supplementary Rules

* Article 78. When it has become necessary in future to amend the provisions of the present Constitution, a project to that effect shall be submitted to the BDC Senate by BDC Order.

(2) In the above case, neither House can open the debate, unless not less than two thirds of the whole number of Members are present, and no amendment can be passed, unless a majority of not less than two thirds of the Members present is obtained.

* Article 79. No modification of the BDC House Law shall be required to be submitted to the deliberation of the BDC Senate.

(2) No provision of the present Constitution can be modified by the BDC House Law.

* Article 80. No modification can be introduced into the Constitution, or into the BDC House Law, during the time of a Regency.

* Article 81. Existing legal enactments, such as laws, regulations, Ordinances, or by whatever names they may be called, shall, so far as they do not conflict with the present Constitution, continue in force.

(2) All existing contracts or orders, that entail obligations upon the Government, and that are connected with expenditure, shall come within the scope of Article 72.

Joining BDC

BDC Applicants:

1. Your team must currently reside on the black team or be willing to migrate to the black team.

2. Your nation must not be currently engaged in any wars.

3. You must be registered on our forums at BDC-Alliance.com using the same username you have for CN.

To apply, visit these pages:

<a href="http://www.bdc-alliance.com/reg/index.html" target="_blank">http://www.bdc-alliance.com/reg/index.html</a> Application Page

<a href="http://www.bdc-alliance.com/forum/index.php?act=idx" target="_blank">http://www.bdc-alliance.com/forum/index.php?act=idx</a> Alliance Forum

And if you want to contact us in IRC here is are channel.

#cnbdc - IRC channel

Thats basically all. When applying feel free to wear "BDC applicant" as your alliance. You will not have to take any tests to become a member but activity in the alliance will move you from L1SEC to L2 in no time and to higher ranks over time.

Edited by The Great Leierer
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