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The '''[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1r7pUowqOsH2QKqsFg8zdw85iSTJIKUmGuVvk0WMn-a4/edit?usp=sharing Charter of the Grand Unified Micronational]''' is the constitution of the [[Grand Unified Micronational]].
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The '''[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mZ8Ij48JCAw9tbXJHn1U6maPloG6NoLBHaPeo6LeWNI/edit?usp=sharing Charter of the Grand Unified Micronational]''' is the constitution of the [[Grand Unified Micronational]].
  
It was adopted on 21 March 2021 as an amendment to the [[2016 GUM Charter|2016 Charter]], and had 100% support amongst the 41 members who voted (out of 45 total).
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It was adopted on 21 March 2021 as an amendment to the [[2016 GUM Charter|2016 Charter]], and had 100% support amongst the 41 members who voted (out of 45 total). A second edition was published on 20 November 2021.
  
 
The charter reform was initiated by Chair [[Newton von Uberquie]], and continued during the term of Chair [[Jack Dean]]. Its provisions were decided by a commission of 25 delegates, and the text was drafted by Supreme Justice [[Anthony R Clark]].
 
The charter reform was initiated by Chair [[Newton von Uberquie]], and continued during the term of Chair [[Jack Dean]]. Its provisions were decided by a commission of 25 delegates, and the text was drafted by Supreme Justice [[Anthony R Clark]].

Latest revision as of 22:07, 20 November 2021

The Charter of the Grand Unified Micronational is the constitution of the Grand Unified Micronational.

It was adopted on 21 March 2021 as an amendment to the 2016 Charter, and had 100% support amongst the 41 members who voted (out of 45 total). A second edition was published on 20 November 2021.

The charter reform was initiated by Chair Newton von Uberquie, and continued during the term of Chair Jack Dean. Its provisions were decided by a commission of 25 delegates, and the text was drafted by Supreme Justice Anthony R Clark.

The authoritative version of the Charter is stored on Google Docs.