Constitution of Abelden

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Constitution of the
Abeldane Empire
Front page of the current Abeldane Constitution
Front page of the current Abeldane Constitution
Created April 2017 - October 2018
Ratified 19 November 2018
Authors Reichsversammlung
Signers Newton, Emperor of Abelden
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The Constitution of Abelden (Abeldane: ) is the fundamental law of the Abeldane Empire. It was adopted on 19 November 2018, replacing the former Constitution of 2016. The 2018 Constitution is the Empire's third constitution in its entire history and was enacted into by Emperor Newton.

The constitution reformed the structure of the government and divided into three, namely the Emperor-in-Council, the Emperor-in-Parliament and the Emperor-on-Bench, and made the duties, functions and powers of each branch clear and concise compared to the previous constitution. It also clearly dictated the rights of the citizens and the founders and formal procedure for creating a state or the dissolution or independence of a state. Several amendments since the enactment of the constitution and the most notable is the abolition of the independent judiciary.

The Constitution is entirely written in English and composed of around 3000 words in total.

History

Constitution of 2014

Constitution of 2016

Constitution of 2018

Contents

Preamble

The People of the Abeldane Empire

Mindful of our responsibilities to improve the quality of life of all and to free individual potential;

Respecting our diverse cultures;

Recognising the divisions of the past;

Aware of the dedication that the Founders of this Empire have given to maintain its independence;

Conscious of our common achievements;

Dedicated to strengthening solidarity and sovereignty;

Committed to unity, integrity and prosperity;

Declaring each person’s fundamental entitlement to freedom;

Determined to establish a harmonious and peaceful society governed by democratic values;

Adopt the following:—

Title I (The Empire)

Title II (The Bill of Rights)

Title III (The Crown)

Title IV (The Executive)

Title V (The Legislature)

Title VI (The Judiciary)

Title VII (The Founders)

Title VIII (The States)

Title IX (Final provisions)

See also

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