Constitution of the Ashukov Federation

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Constitution of the Ashukov Federation
Устав Ашуковска Фэдэрации
Cover of the document of the Constitution
Cover of the document of the Constitution
Created April-May 2013
Ratified 24 May 2013
Authors Joseph Kennedy, Edward Jacobs,Manolis Afentoulis
Signers The four founding States of the Federation (Akharnes, Dorien, Dradelia, Montania)

Ashukov Federation

This article is part of the series:
Politics and government of
the Ashukov Federation


Constitution

The Constitution of the Ashukov Federation is the Supreme Law of the Ashukov Federation. It was approved on 24 May 2013. The initial basis was written for the most part by Joseph Kennedy, with its current form written by Manolis Afentoulis, but is heavily derived from the former Constitution of Amager, and therefore has similarities with the Constitutions of other former-Amagerian states.

Currently, the Ashukov Federation is using a provisional Constitution, based on the Constitutions of the Tsardom of Ashukovo and the March 2014 version of the Ashukov Federation.

Preamble to the Constitution of the Ashukov Federation
The nations of Akharnes, Montania, Dradelia, and Dorién have united together to form a glorious and free democratic Federation, known as the Ashukov Federation. This Constitution, as approved by the governments of Akharnes, Montania, Dradelia, and Dorién shall create the Ashukov Federation as well as the means to govern it.

Amendments

  • First Amendment (2013) - Amended Article 80, added Aetos to the list of Autonomous States of the Ashukov Federation.
  • Second Amendment (2013) - Repealed Article 52, which states that "No military or armed force, other than one raised and supervised by the Federal Assembly, shall be raised or maintained for any purpose whatsoever."
  • Third Amendment (2013) - Amended Article 79, set the limit for the number of Autonomous States allowed within the Federation at one time.
  • Fourth Amendment (2013) - Amended Article 80, changed the name of Dorien to Kasimovia.
  • Fifth Amendment (2013) - Amended Article 80, added Cvetosadovo to the list of Autonomous States of the Ashukov Federation.
  • Sixth Amendment (2013) - Amended Article 80, removed Akebar from the list of Autonomous States, therefore granting them independence.
  • Seventh Amendment (2013) - Amended Article 80, removed Cvetosadovo from the list of Autonomous States, therefore granting them independence.
  • Eighth Amendment (2013) - Amended Article 80, removed Montania from the list of Autonomous States, and made them a Federal Territory.
  • Ninth Amendment (2013) - Amended Article 80, added Carpathia to the list of Autonomous States of the Ashukov Federation.
  • Tenth Amendment (2013) - Amended Article 26, removed the President from the House of Territories and revoked his right to propose and vote on legislation.
  • Eleventh Amendment (2013) - Amended Article 80, added Mouzilo to the list of Autonomous States of the Ashukov Federation.
  • Twelfth Amendment (2014) - Amended Article 80, re-added Montania to the list of Autonomous States of the Ashukov Federation.
  • Thirteenth Amendment (2014) - Amended Article 80, removed Carpathia from the list of Autonomous States, and made them a Federal Territory.
  • Provisional Constitution of the Tsardom of Ashukovo (2014) - Declared the majority of the articles of the Constitution of the Ashukov Federation null and void; introduced new provisional articles for the monarchy. Written entirely by Tsar Emmanuel I.
  • Fourteenth Amendment (2017) - Amended great portions of the XIV Amendment of the Constitution of the Ashukov Federation to reflect the restoration of the Federation; established the Council of the Federation, the House of Territories, changed the flag and coat of arms description, raised age limit for Presidential candidacy to 18 years, renamed States to Districts, removed all Districts other than Mouzilo and St. Constantine from the list of Autonomous Districts.

External Links

Constitution of the Ashukov Federation, as of March 2014