Constitution of the DSRZ
The constitution of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Zairskaya.
ARTICLE I - TREATMENT OF CITIZENS
All citizens shall be treated equally, regardless of race, sexual orientation, gender, or religion.
ARTICLE 2 - THE CHURCH AND THE COMMUNITY
The Church and Community shall be completely separated. The clergy of every denomination shall be paid only by the voluntary contributions of their congregations. Citizens are free to follow any faith they wish, and places of worship may only be constructed via donations.
ARTICLE 3 - MEDIA
The use of lies in the media is banned. All information presented must be facts. Unconfirmed details of news events and opinions on these news events will not be stated in the media until they are confirmed by a reliable source. The use of lies, opinions, theories, and unconfirmed reports is also banned in any propaganda. Only the truth will be presented in anything produced by the government or a government supported group.
ARTICLE 4/A - EDUCATION
Charging money or goods for education is banned. Education is a basic right of the people and will be provided by the state to any who request it.
ARTICLE 4/B - HEALTHCARE
Charging money or goods for healthcare is banned. Healthcare is a basic right of the people and will be provided by the state to any who request it.
ARTICLE 5 - INDUSTRY
Large scale private industry and agriculture are banned. Family farms that provide for the family that operates the farm and at most 10 other people are allowed, but anything larger is banned from private use, large scale farms will be the property of the people. Factories, mines, power plants, and other larger scale industry will also be state ran to provide to the people, as they are the property of the people.
ARTICLE 6 - SCIENCE AND RESEARCH
No government official can deny a citizens right to independent scientific research unless that research has been used to cause harm to the people or infrastructure.
ARTICLE 7 - POLITICAL FREEDOM
The government may not restrict any citizens from creating political parties, the only way a citizen may have their right to create a political party is by a democratic vote. The government may not restrict any citizens from democratically running for a government position representing a party.