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Charter of the Christian Coalition of Countries (CCC)

Preamble

“Blessed are those who hear the word of God and keep it!” –Luke 11:28

“Go ye therefore, and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them into the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit:”-Matthew 28:19

“And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to the whole creation.”-Mark 16:15

In these words the nations herein signed below promote the belief and protection of the Christian faith and the spread of the Gospel to every corner of the world. This document formerly establishes the alliance of the Christian Coalition of Countries, which will be referred to as the CCC for the duration of this document.

Article I: Admission

A. All nations who sign bellow take on the full responsibility and knowledge that they will support any and all actions of the CCC. All members must support and defend the Alliance in the event of war.

B. Any Nations that meets the following criteria may become a considered for membership of within the CCC:

1. The nation believes in and follows the teachings of Christianity.

2. The nation is currently not a member of any other alliance.

3. The nation holds no other obligations to, or is at war with, any other alliance.

C. Upon admission, the nation will be an Initiate within the CCC and will become a Full Member upon satisfactory completion of that standing.

Article II: Code of Conduct

A. It is asked of all nations in the CCC that they behave in the manner befitting a Christian nation and that the do not bring shame on the CCC or the name of Christ.

B. No nation will be allowed to be a member of both the CCC and any other alliance at one time.

C. No nation in the CCC may declare war as an aggressor, nor engage in espionage, without express and prior Alliance Government approval; the alliance is primarily for mutual defense. Raiding, unsanctioned spying, or launching Rogue attacks are not allowed.

D. All CCC Initiates and Members are to abide by the rules and regulations as legally inacted by the High Council.

E. Violation of any of these rules by any member will result in punishment equal to the act committed, even up to expulsion from the CCC.

Article III: Structure

A. The High Council: The Alliance shall be led by a High Council, which shall vote upon decisions regarding the running and policy of the alliance.

1.The High Council will consist of a Chancellor, Vice Chancellor (VC), Minister of Defense (MoD), Minister of Internal Affairs (MoIA), and Minister of Foreign Affairs (MoFA).

a. The High Council shall be led by a Chancellor, who shall have veto power for any bill or action brought before the High Council.

b. Each Council Member shall have one vote on bills or actions introduced to a High Council Session. Any member of the High Council may call for a vote of an action or bill under consideration. Voting shall be done through the posting of an “aye” or a “nay”, as opposed to setting up a poll. Voting shall last no less than 24 hours and no longer than 72 hours.

2. Any member of the Church Body may propose a bill or action to be voted upon by the High Council.

3. The Chancellor shall have the power of veto over any a bill or action passed by the High Council, except for cases where the Chancellor is under a No Confidence vote. The Church Body may overturn an executive veto with a 2/3 vote.

B. The Church Body: All full members of the alliance, who are in good standing, shall be part of the Church Body and are eligible to hold office within the CCC and shall have voting power to elect ministers and veto bills. The Chancellor shall lead the Church Body

1. Full Members of the Church Body shall elect a Chancellor, Minister of Defense (MoD), Minister of Internal Affairs (MoIA), and Minister of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) every three months. Voting shall proceed according to the "Election Guidelines and Standards" as established by the High Council.

2. The High Council may issue a call for an emergency CB session for matters of pressing importance.

3. Any member of the Church Body may call for a veto of any bill passed by the High Council.

a. A call for a veto shall be treated as a call for an emergency CB session.

b. A veto shall pass if a majority of two thirds of voters have voted in favor of a veto.

4. Any member of the Church Body has the right to declare a vote of No Confidence against any sitting member of the High Council, at which point a vote must take place to either remove or maintain the current High Council member. The vote shall last no less than 24 hrs and no more than 48 hrs. The removal of the High Council member requires a majority (2/3) vote by the Church Body.

Article IV: Government Positions

A. High Council Members. Council members (with the exception of the Vice Chancellor) will be elected by the Church Body for three month terms. Ministers shall be nominated by any member of the Church Body. Elections shall proceed according to the "Election Guidelines and Standards" as established by the High Council.

1. Chancellor

a. The CCC will be lead by a Chancellor, voted upon by the members of the Church Body. The Chancellor will preside over the High Council and the Church Body, when they are in session.

b. The Chancellor will serve as a link between the High Council and the Church Body, keeping the Church Body informed of Council affairs and decisions.

c. The Chancellor is to serve as the executive branch of the government, and act as the political figure head of the CCC

d. If a member nation of the representative body declares a vote of No Confidence of the currently serving Chancellor, then the Chancellor does not have the power to veto the decision of the representative body. A vote of No Confidence requires a super majority (2/3) of the representative body to pass.

2.Vice-Chancellor

a. The office of the Vice-Chancellor shall be appointed by the Chancellor and will serve at the pleasure and discretion of the Chancellor.

b. The Vice Chancellor is to fill the role and duties of the executive office if the Chancellor is unable to do so.

c. The Vice Chancellor will assist in keeping the Church Body informed of Council affairs.

3. Minister of Defense

a. The Minister of Defense, or his Grand Masters, shall have command over all aggressive and defensive acts of the alliance, and shall have the authority to immediately respond to aggressive action upon the alliance. The Ministry of Defense shall leverage Foreign Affairs for negotiations, subject to Clause 5g.

b. The Minister of Defense shall have the authority to dictate terms of peace to our enemies, subject to the good council of the rest of the alliance.

c. The Minister of Defense, or his Grand Masters, shall coordinate all Foreign Aid to nations engaged in war.

d. The Minister of Defense shall organize the military of the alliance and shall have authority to solicit and appoint Grand Masters to oversee the military orders.

e. The Minister of Defense shall have responsibility and authority to determine the organization of all forums used in military readiness and response.

f. The Minister of Defense shall determine medals and awards for conduct of engaged members in war.

4. Minister of Internal Affairs

a. The Minister of Internal Affairs shall help settle issues between members of the alliance.

b. The Minister of Internal Affairs shall oversee the economic development of the alliance and shall oversee and implement policies to increase the economic well-being of the alliance members.

c. The Minister of Internal Affairs shall oversee tech and resources trades, and shall assist in their transactions if required.

d. The Minister of Internal Affairs shall oversee alliance protocol and monitor that all alliance business conforms to the charter.

e. The Minister of Internal Affairs shall administer forum masks and user group assignments for all forum participants except ambassadors from other alliances.

f. The Minister of Internal Affairs shall have responsibility and authority to determine the organization of all forums except those for use in military readiness and response and except for those used for diplomatic purposes.

5. Minister of Foreign Affairs

a. The Minister of Foreign Affairs shall coordinate and put into effect the foreign and diplomatic policy of the alliance.

b. The Minister of Foreign Affairs shall have sole power to appoint ambassadors to other alliances and remove said ambassadors from their position.

c. The Minister of Foreign Affairs shall coordinate the masking of foreign ambassadors and shall welcome them to their respective embassies.

d. The Minister of Foreign Affairs shall have responsibility and authority to determine the organization of all forums (embassies) used for diplomatic purposes.

e. The Minister of Foreign Affairs shall negotiate treaties and pacts and shall bring those documents to a vote in the High Council.

f. The Minister of Foreign Affairs will have the authority to determine surrender terms and to negotiate terms of peace, subject to Clause 5g.

g. All negotiations by Foreign Affairs regarding war and peace will be done within parameters set by the Minister of Defence, and on request of the MoD, the other sitting High Council members. However, upon the commencement of negotiations, the MoFA bears the sole responsibility for working out the final negotiated terms.

B. Assistant Ministers. Assistant Ministers shall be appointed by their respective Minister and shall serve until the end of the term of the Minister that appointed them or until removed from their position by that Minister. Assistant ministers will fill in for their Ministers should the Minister be away. Assistant Ministers shall have no vote in the High Council. Ministers have authority to define the title, organization, and responsibilities of their assistants.

Article V: War and Nuclear Weapons

A. The CCC recognizes the right of its nations to choose whether or not to develop nuclear weapons as a deterrent to hostile aggression.

B. The CCC reserves the right to use nuclear weapons as a means to ensure its defense from hostile aggressions by other nations with nuclear capabilities or other such situations where the survival of the alliance or its member nations, or its allies, are deemed to be in jeopardy.

C. The right of the alliance to declare war is reserved by the CCC and its High Council.

1. The Christian Coalition of Countries is a non-interventionist alliance, and will not interfere in wars that do not involve it or its pact allies; however,

2. . The Christian Coalition of Countries is mindful of the fact that we are called to defend the weak, the oppressed, defend those unjustly accused and other actions justified by Holy Scripture. To that end, the Christian Coalition of Countries will seek to use every diplomatic (and as a last resort, military) means to fulfil this calling, consistent with the provision of C1.

Article VI: Amending the Charter

A. Proposal of Amendments to the charter. Any full member in good standing may propose an amendment to the charter. Once a proposed amendment has been made, it must receive a second by another member in good standing within three days. If a proposed amendment does not receive a second within three days, the proposal is considered dead. If a proposed amendment received a second, it shall be reviewed by the High Council. Amendments to the charter shall receive the highest attention of the High Council, except in situations of emergency such as alliance-wide war or other conditions that threaten the alliance. The High Council shall provide status on the progress of consideration of an amendment to the charter every week until the amendment is presented to the Church Body or is struck down by the High Council.

B. Voting on Amendments. If an amendment receives a majority approval by the High Council, the amendment will then presented to the Church Body for a vote. The amendment must receive a super-majority vote (2/3 majority) by the Church Body in order to be approved. Voting on an amendment shall last no less than 24 hours and no more than 72 hours.

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plus we have great teachers with an academy, another thing is the nation audit which tell about the main stuff about are nations like infra,tanks, soliders, tech, government and religon.( it has to be christianity, but don't worry about that your nation will want this religion after a while

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