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We've decided to make a few ammendments to the Charter. So here they are!

I. Allliance Motto:

With every day and in every way, we are getting better and better.

II. Mission Statement:

Soldier is a predominately black teamed alliance with regards to nations of all colors. The objective of this alliance is to provide a loyal, safe, and enjoyable atmosphere for all nations. The main objectives of this alliance are efficiency, readiness, and hope.

III. Enlistment Office:

Nations of all backgrounds and sizes are all welcome into Soldier. Nations who wish to eventually join Soldier have the right to use the Alliance Affiliation ´Soldier Applicant´ to prevent aggressive attacks made against their nation. Applicants are asked questions to ascertain their understanding of CN in their application.

Those who wish to become a member of Soldier must pledge allegiance to Soldier and all that it stands for. Nations who join Soldier may not be part of another alliance. New members are expected to abide by the charter at all times if they wish to become a full time member. The leadership of Soldier may deny the entrance of any nation to the alliance at any and all times.

IV. The Government:

The Chairman:

The Chairman resides as the head of the alliance. The Chairman holds executive power in the alliance and has the final say in debates. The Chairman position is not a position put up for election, however, it can switch hands when deemed necessary from the High Council. The Chairman reserves the right to take control of any and all affairs in the state of emergency. The Chairman, with consultation of the Chancellor(s) is responsible for the appointing of government Ministers.

Chancellor:

Chancellors are the right hand men of the Chairman and are appointed by him/her. The Chancellor’s have the responsibility to outline possible dangers to the alliance, coordinate possible attacks, ensure that Minister’s are doing their job and that everything is running smoothly. The Chancellor’s must be able to put forth an alliance-wide assessment every month and outline any possible problems or concerns to the alliance membership. In the absence of the Chairman, the Chancellor’s are in charge of the alliance.

Minister of the Interior:

The Minister of the Interior is responsible for the stability and inner workings of the alliance. The Minister of the Interior is responsible for updating guides and checking up on the General Assembly and General Membership. They may provide ideas to enhance the efficiency of the alliance. The main responsibility of the Minister of the Interior is to ensure the growth of the alliance in both strength and activity. The Minister of the Interior will also ensure HOPE is published and that fast communication within the alliance is possible.

The Minister of the Interior can appoint Secretaries, as deemed needed, to assist with the work in the department. The Minister of the Interior must also appoint a Deputy Minister to assist them.

Minister of Foreign Affairs:

The Minister of Foreign Affairs is responsible for relationships outside the alliance, primarily with other alliances. The Minister of Foreign Affairs has the right to organize his own staff and deal with dilemmas outside the alliance. The Minister of Foreign Affairs must act polite to those outside the alliance at all times and is responsible for setting up emissaries and ambassadors to alliances around Planet Bob.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs can appoint Secretaries, as deemed necessary, to assist with the department. The Minister of Foreign Affairs must also appoint a Deputy Minister to assist them.

Minster of Defense:

The Minister of Defense is responsible for the protection of the alliance. They must work in conjunction with the Minister of Foreign Affairs to probe and check potential threats to the alliance.

In times of peace, the Minister of Defense may assign targets to members for practice. They must also check on each nation’s military capabilities and conduct a “State of Defense” report every month. The Minister of Defense will also conduct military check-ins to ensure wartime readiness.

In times of war the Minister of Defense must act swiftly to counter to the alliance. The Minister of Defense must be able to provide an attack list to members and assess damage reports from battalion commanders. The Minister of Defense must also know battle odds and lead the alliance’s forces into battle and command each nation from the frontlines.

The Minister of Defense will appoint a Commander to each military division. The Minister of Defense will also appoint a Deputy Minister.

Minister of Economics:

The Minister of Economics is responsible for the trades and tech dealings within and without of the alliance. If the Minister of Economics fails to do his duty, then the Chairmen may replace him with anyone else. The Minister of Economics must be able to provide nations with audits, tech deals, and trades. The Minister of Economics reserves the right to dismantle and create any trade circle at any time. The Minister of Economics can also take a survey of how many buyers and sellers of tech are within the alliance.

The Minister of Economics can appoint Secretaries, as deemed necessary, to assist with the running of the department. The Minister of Economics must appoint a Deputy Minister

Minister of Recruitment:

The Minister of Recruitment is responsible for recruiting new members into the alliance. They must outline several different recruitment techniques, and provide the necessary materials the techniques require.

The Minister of the Recruitment can appoint Secretaries, as deemed needed, to assist with the work in the department. The Minister of the Recruitment must also appoint a Deputy Minister to assist them.

V. The General Assembly:

All Soldier members are entitled to participate in the General Assembly. This Assembly allows all Soldier members to question the functions of the Government, form ideas that may improve the Alliance and vote on all changes. The Minister of the Interior ensures that there is no unrest among Assembly Representatives and oversees the General Assembly. Assembly Representatives create “bills”, a summary of an idea that they want to be passed. The Minister of the Interior then passes the bill onto the High Council. The General Assembly is run by the Deputy Ministers.

VI. The High Council:

The High Council is made up of all the Ministers (excluding Deputy Ministers), the Chancellor(s) and the Chairman. The High Council discusses improvements to the Alliance, large-scale changes and approve or decline bills sent to them by the General Assembly. Once a bill, created either by the High Council or the General Assembly, has been passed, the Minister to which that bill relates shall immediately put it into effect. The Chancellor(s) and Chairman still retain their executive rights over the alliance.

VII. Peace:

In times of peace attacking nations for any reason is strictly prohibited without the approval and consent of the Minister of Defense.

Peace is a time for growth and prosperity, in which rulers have time to relax and tend to their nation. It is also a time of building up of warchests, income, and buying of wonders. Tech will also be a focus in terms of nation building.

VIII. War:

War is taken very seriously by Soldier for the protection of its members. Acts of aggression against Soldier will be met by the full might of its military. Soldier may also issue a declaration of war with the majority of its membership agreeing in the events that it is threatened by external forces. Soldier reserves the right to go fully nuclear and use any and all means, within the parameters of the game, necessary to win. All nuclear strikes must be approved by a Chairman and the Minister of Defense.

All nations must learn the proper ways of warfare and be able to counter or arise to any situation in which it is put in.

A member who leaves during war will be classified as a deserter and will be dealt with as deemed fit by the Minister of Defense.

IX. Amendments to the Charter:

Amendments to the Charter must be given permission by the Chairman. The ministers have a say in the alteration of the charter provided it is within their area of command.

Edited by Melutar
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Personally, I think it is a bit wordy. But I've always preferred Charters that lean towards interpretation and flexibility rather then spelled out powers, so that could be it.

Nevertheless, congratulations on updating your charter.

EDIT: Forgot a word

Edited by Willaim Kreiger
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