Commission for the Preservation of Democracy

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Commission for the Preservation of Democracy
Logo of the DDmK
Established December 17, 2012
Disestablished February 23, 2014
Headquarters Salisse
Chairperson Valéry Locke

The Commission for the Preservation of Democracy (Old Sabian: Dıvən mar Dëmokratık Köcım; Old Pashqar: شاقرا وص فار ونهضاش ال دهمذکرضاا, Shäqra uz far Uneväsh al Demokräzia), DMDK, previously known as the Regional Committee for Democracy and Stability in Sabia and Verona and commonly known as the Karasal Council was one of the independent branches of the government of Sabia and Verona before the creation of the Federal Union of Juclandian Lands. It was responsible for all constitutional matters in Sabia and Verona and it organised all suffrages and referendums in the region. It oversaw transparency in regional governmental matters and guaranteed stability in the region's politics.

It consisted of five members that, although may have belonged to a political party, pronounced an oath of transparency. A member of the DDmK was not to hold any other political post in Sabia and Verona or any other region. If a member of the DMDK was elected for a political post, his or her membership in the Commission was terminated unless it was a particular case, such as a provisional government. Members of the Commission were elected by the Governor of Sabia and Verona, who also elected its Chairperson. A Chairperson then chose a Vice Chairperson. The last Chairperson of the Commission was Valéry Locke.


It was founded on December 17, 2012 with the Legislative Act #018 "Karasal Committee" after the signing of the Karasal Treaty between dignataries of the Socialist Party and the Unity Party on December 15, 2012. The Karasal Treaty was signed to protect the region from clashes between the pro-government socialists and the opposition conservatives. It is considered the aftermath of the Three King Rebellion in December 2012. The Karasal Council formed a crucial part of the Sabioveronese politics during the term of conservative Osez Kóvérsz, when the DMDK served as Supreme Court for the region. During the second government of Napoléon Bleuberrie, a series of decrees are issued vesting all the judicial power upon the Legislative Courts.

On July 25, 2013 Napoléon Bleuberrie commands a self-coup in which the DMDK is dissolved alongside the Courts. The self-coup however failed and the Commission was re-established as the provisional government of Sabia and Verona, headed by DMDK Vice-Chairperson Rubén Hernández.

The Commission was disestablished in 2014 following the adoption of a new constitution and the creation of the Federal Union of Juclandian Lands, and it was replaced by the Judicial Power of the Courts.