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We the Nations of the World, with each nation acting in sovereignty and independent character, in order to form a more perfect union, establish peace, prosperity, and justice throughout the world and its people, continue the success of the International Congresses, do ordain and establish the Constitution of the Federation of Nations.
Chapter I: Consistency
The executive branch of the Federation of Nations will be the Executive Council. It will consist of the President, Prime Minister, and Vice Chair.
The legislative branch of the Federation of Nations will be the International Parliament. It will consist of a Senate and a Congress.
The judicial branch of the Federation of Nations will be the Court of Justice.
Chapter II: The Executive Council
The Executive Council will consist of the International President, Prime Minister, and Vice Chair.
The President will be elected by 60% minimum popular vote by the citizens of the world. He or she shall serve a 9-year non-renewable term.
In the event the President does not get the 60% minimum vote, the International Senate shall elect the President as such: they shall choose the candidate that the nation they represent picked in majority. In the event there is no majority, the Congress shall vote through the same process.
The President will lead all Executive Council meetings, shall be the ceremonial head of the Federation of Nations, and will head the International Congresses.
The Prime Minister shall be elected by the heads of state of the members of the Federation of Nations.
The Prime Minister shall serve up to two 6-year terms.
The Prime Minister shall lead the International Congress, be the ceremonial head of the Federation's government, and be second-in-command to the International President.
The International President shall choose his cabinet, the General Commission, to help him or her rule.
In the event the President is removed from office, either by abdication, removal, or death, the Prime Minister shall finish the President's term as President. In the event the President is indisposed of duty, the Prime Minister shall assume those duties temporarily.
Both the President and the Prime Minister relinquish all other political offices upon taking international office. In addition, they relinquish the right to take another Executive Council office.
The Vice Chair is elected for a single one-year terms by the International Senate. He or she can run for other offices in the Federation of Nations, and can keep any office they are holding while Vice Chair.
The Vice Chair shall lead the International Senate, and will be the international spokesperson for the Federation of Nations.
(1) In the event the Prime Minister leaves office, either by abdication, removal, death, or taking over as President, the Vice Chair shall temporarily take the duties of the Prime Minister until a new one is elected.
(2) In the event the Prime Minister is temporarily indisposed, the International Congress shall elect one of their permanent Representatives (United States, United Kingdom, France, Russia, Japan) to lead the Congress. All other members of the Executive Council shall continue daily activities.
Chapter II: The International Parliament
The International Parliament shall consist of a Senate and a Congress.
The Senate shall consist of two Senators from each nation. The citizens of that nation elect one Senator, for a three-year term; and the head of state will choose the other.
The Congress shall consist of five permanent members (United States, United Kingdom, Soviet Union, France, and Japan) and ten others shall be elected for a two-year term by the Senate.
The members of the Congress shall consist of the selected nations' Senators chosen by the head of state.
To pass a bill, it must be submitted to the Executive Council. The Executive Council will look through at decide whether to approve it or not. If one member of the Executive Council refuses to approve it, the bill will not pass.
Afterwards, the bill will be sent to Congress. Ten members of Congress must approve the bill before it goes to the Senate. 50% of the Senate must approve the bill for it to become an act.
The Parliament can, without Executive Council approval, pass a tax act. A tax act can tax any nation.
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