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Charter

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CHARTER OF THE ASSOCIATION OF INDONESIAN MICRONATIONS
2019

CHAPTER I: NAME, PERIOD, AND PLACE

Article 1 This organisation is named "Asosiasi Negara Mikro se-Indonesia", translated into English as "Association of Indonesian Micronations".
Article 2 This organisation are established without definite period of conclusion.
Article 3 This organisation is be located in Indonesia.

CHAPTER II: PRINCIPLES AND PURPOSE

Article 4

  1. Principle of this organisation if Pancasila.
  2. This organisation does not support, does not adhere into, is not a vehicle, and oppose any effort of micronations to actually separate from the Republic of Indonesia.

Article 5 Purpose of this organisation is to unite Indonesian micronational community.

CHAPTER III: FORM AND CHARACTERISTIC

Article 6 Form of this organisation is a community of micronations inside Indonesian territory.
Article 7 Characteristic of this organisation is fraternity.

CHAPTER IV: MEMBERSHIP

Article 8 Membership status of the Organisation are as follows:

  1. Full membership
  2. Observer

Article 9a Membership description of the Organisation are as follows:

  1. Full membership is a micronation or its citizens with rights of voting and to be voted.
  2. Observer is a micronation and/or institution with rights of access to the Organisation with restricitions. Observer micronation are eligible to requesting accession to the full membership status according to existing regulations

Article 9b Micronational membership terms and conditions are regulated on the By-laws and related legislations ratified by the General Assembly.

CHAPTER V: STRUCTURE

Article 10 Structure of the Organisation are as follows:

  1. General Assembly
  2. Chairman
  3. General Secretariat
  4. Secretary General
  5. High Court

Article 11 Description of the structure of the Organisation are as follows:

  1. General Assembly is a deliberative institution that consists of all member countries with designated functions and roles.
  2. Chairman is a member state that is mandated to head the Organisation with designated functions and roles.
  3. General Secretariat is an institution that is lead by the Secretary General and consists of specialised departments to support daily organisational activities with designated functions and roles.
  4. Secretary General is an individual that executes administrative functions with designated functions and roles.
  5. High Court is an institution that consists of Supreme Judges appointed by the General Assembly to adjudicate disputes and legal issues with designated functions and roles.

Article 12 Term of office of all of the structures is four (4) months*.

CHAPTER VI: FUNDING

Article 13

  1. The Organisation does not charge membership fee.
  2. The Organisation are allowed to receives donation.
  3. If any fee charges is necessary, requesting committees are allowed to charge fees as agreed on the General Assembly. Committees are allowed to accept donation.

CHAPTER VII: AMENDMENT TO THE CHARTER AND ORGANISATIONAL CHANGES

Article 14

  1. Changes or amendment of this Charter are allowed to occur, considering organisational development.
  2. Changes or amendment of this Charter should be done on the General Assembly.

Article 15 Formation of new institution are allowed, and should be done on the General Assembly.

CHAPTER VIII: FINAL PROVISIONS

Article 16 Further regulations that is not included on the Charter will be explained on the By-laws and/or resolutions and/or regulations ratified on the General Assembly sessions that does not violate the Charter.

By-laws

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BY-LAWS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF INDONESIAN MICRONATIONS
2019

CHAPTER I: CONDITIONS OF MEMBERSHIP

Article 1 Conditions for full membership status are as follows:

  1. Micronation with part or entire territory inside the Republic of Indonesia.
  2. Micronation that are already bestowed observer status for at least 30 days*.
  3. Request of accession to full membership status are accepted by the General Assembly.

Article 2 Conditions for observer status are as follows:

  1. Micronation or institution acknowledged its linkages to the Indonesian micronational community.
  2. Micronation or institution already establish relations with member states of the Organisation.
  3. Requesting accession to observer status to the General Assembly.

CHAPTER II: OBLIGATIONS OF MEMBER STATES

Article 3 Member states are obliged to obey the Charter and By-laws, and also any ruling and resolutions of the Organisation.
Article 4 Member states are obliged to maintain friendship, unity, and fraternity among member states.

CHAPTER III: RIGHTS OF MEMBER STATES

Article 5 Full membership status acquired these following rights:

  1. Rights to speak and expressing proposal to the General Assembly.
  2. Rights to vote and be voted on the General Assembly.
  3. Rights to be elected to institutional positions.
  4. Rights to utilise every institutions available on the Organisation.

Article 6 Observer membership status acquired these following rights:

  1. Rights to speak and expressing proposal to the General Assembly.
  2. Rights to utilise every institutions available on the Organisation.
  3. Rights to request accession to Full membership status for observer Micronation that already satisfy the Full membership status conditions [as prescribed on Article 1].

Article 7 Conferment of special rights for member states other than specified on the Article 5 and 6 are bestowed upon consent of the General Assembly.

CHAPTER IV: LOSS OF MEMBERSHIP

Article 8 Member states may lose its membership status because of the following reasons:

  1. Member state dissolution.
  2. Member state repeatedly violate the Charter and By-Laws, resolutions, and regulations of the Organisation.
  3. Member state voluntarily resign from the Organisation.
  4. Member state failure to show activity on the Organisation for 3 (three) months in a row.

Article 9 Procedure on revocation of membership status are done in the following procedure:

  1. Decision of member state revocation to be taken on a special General Assembly session.
  2. Member state with such circumstance should present on the General Assembly to explain and/or defend its membership status.
  3. If member state failed to attend the General Assembly session until the designated time, its attendance are no longer necessary.
  4. Final decision on the General Assembly session will be "revocation" or "retention" of membership status.

CHAPTER V: AUTHORITY OF INSTITUTIONS

Article 10 Authority of the General Assembly are as follows:

  1. To decide on regulations of the Organisation.
  2. To decide over membership status of member states.
  3. To ensure the Chairman rotation system functioning and to decide on the Secretary General candidate proposed by the Chairman.
  4. To plan and ratify special activities and committees of the Organisation.
  5. To plan and ratify amendment of the Charter and By-Laws of the Organisation.
  6. To advise the Chairman and/or Secretary General on performing its duty.

Article 11 Authority of the Chairman are as follows:

  1. To preside over the chairmanship of the organisation.
  2. To coordinate activities of the Organisation on the General Assembly.
  3. To chair the General Assembly session, or to appoint its replacement.
  4. To appoint the Secretary General, with approval of the General Assembly.
  5. To dismiss the Secretary General.
  6. To represent the Organisation on external affairs, or to appoint its replacement.

Article 12 Authority of the General Secretariat are as follows:

  1. To perform archive and documentation duty of the Organisation.
  2. To perform correspondency duty of the Organisation.
  3. To perform dissemination of information of the Organisation to the public.
  4. To establish new department inside the General Secretariat to support activities of the Organisation.

Article 13 Authority of the Secretary General are as follows:

  1. To perform administrative task of the Organisation.
  2. To perform administrative task on the General Assembly session.
  3. To preside over activities on the General Secretariat.
  4. To execute orders of the Chairman and/or the General Assembly.

Article 14 Authority of the High Court are as follows:

  1. To provide interpretation of the Charter and By-laws.
  2. To ensure conformity of resolutions and/or regulations issued by the General Assembly, Chairman, and/or the Secretary General, with the Charter and By-Laws of the Organisation.
  3. To determine the occurence of violations committed by member states and/or institutional officers.
  4. To adjudicate all legal issues that is brought to the High Court.

CHAPTER VI: APPOINTMENT OF INSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS

Article 15 Appointment of Chairman are done by the following procedure:

  1. Chairman are filled by member states with full membership status and rotating alphabetically.
  2. After the last full member state concludes its term of office, the list will be repeated to the first full member state on the list.
  3. New full member state to be included on the rotating list after the previous cycle concluded.

Article 16 Appointment of Secretary General are done by the following procedure:

  1. Secretary General are filled by any individual appointed by the Chairman with the consent of the General Assembly.
  2. Chairman are allowed to appoint new Secretary General during its term of office.

CHAPTER VII: LONGEVITY OF THE ORGANISATION

Article 17 All member states strives to maintain the continuity of the Organisation, and if the Organisation's purpose and/or by other reasons, the Organisation could be disbanded per collective agreement.

CHAPTER VIII: FINAL PROVISIONS

Article 18 Further regulations that is not included on the By-Laws will be regulated by resolutions and/or regulations ratified on the General Assembly sessions.

Signatory

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The Charter and By-Laws of the Association of Indonesian Micronations
are ratified on 29 July 2019
by the Full Member States
Arkapore, Gerontocracy Chairman Tian Abdurrahman
Excellent, United Democratic Republic President Theodorus Diaz Praditya
Falalia, Democratic Kingdom King Muhammad I
Harjakarta, Government Great Prince Tommy N.
Litania, Kingdom King Muhammad I
Pejaten, Republic President Aaron Penyami


and are witnessed
by the Observer Member States/Institution
Berakistan, Republic President Muhammad Gempar
St. John, Republic President William Timothy
Suwarnakarta Institute Chairman Nabil Ihsan

Amendment

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ASSOCIATION OF INDONESIAN MICRONATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY, after studying and analysing current development, considering proposals of Member States, and have a full regard on article 14 of the Charter, has decided to perform an amendment on the Charter and By-Laws of the Organisation.

The Amendment involves changes on article 12 of the Charter and paragraph 2 of article 1 of the By-Laws. These changes has been agreed on the General Assembly sessions took place on 7 April 2020 and 8 April 2020.

After the amendment, the new articles will read:

CHARTER

Article 12 - Term of office of all of the structures is 4 (four) months.

BY-LAWS

Article 1 - Conditions for full membership status are as follows:

  1. ...
  2. Micronation that are already bestowed observer status for at least 30 days.


[Signatory, dated 10 April 2020]