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The Constitution of the Indian Empire was a document created and ratified to undo the unjust laws passed by the self-proclaimed Emperor of India, Georges Curzon, and to further the ability of the Indian people to take part in the politics of their natural homeland.
- The current Emperor of India, George Curzon, shall remain Emperor, and his descendants shall succede his throne by way of agnatic primongenture.
- There shall be no royal interference with the law. While the sovereign remains the found of justice, he or she cannot unilaterally establish new courts or act as a judge.
- There shall be no taxation by royal prerogative. The approval of the parliament is needed for the implementation of any new taxes.
- Any laws made by the Emperor that are still standing, or any action taken by the Emperor, may be petitioned without fear of retribution.
- The right to free speech, freedom of religion, and freedom to meet is to be guaranteed to all citizens of the Empire.
- No excessive bail or "cruel and unusual" punishments may be imposed.
- The sovereign cannot outright make new laws, without first passing through Parliament.
- The people carry the right to bear arms for their own defence as suitable to their class and as allowed by law.
- There shall be no quartering of troops in private homes.
- The writ of Habeus Corpus is reinstated, and shall never be removed as a right.
- The Parliament is hereby stated to be the highest legislative and lawmaking body of the Empire.
- The government cannot forcibly confiscate personal or private property without just cause and court approval.
- The legality of parliament office votes shall not be infringed upon by the Emperor.
- All laws made by the Emperor Curzon that are not in conflict with this constitution will remain in effect, but those that are in conflict are hereby dismissed.
- Emperor George Curzon:
- Various Indian Political Leaders:
- Various English Political Leaders: