Constitution of the Independent Federal Republic of the Arstotzkan Union

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Constitution of the Independent Federal Republic of the Arstotzkan Union
JurisdictionIndependent Federal Republic of the Arstotzkan Union
Created22 November 2019
Presented25 November 2019
Ratified25 November 2022
Date effective23 November 2019
SystemDemocratic Socialist Federal Presidential Constitutional Republic
Government structure
ExecutiveOffice of the Presidency of the Arstotzkan Union
JudiciarySupreme Federal Court of the Arstotzkan Union
FederalismFederation (Centralized Union)
First legislature8 February 2020
First executive25 November 2019
First court23 November 2019
Last amended7 March 2023
LocationFederal Archives, Gollandiya Capitol Territory
Commissioned by • Arstotzkan National Government
 • Arstotzkan Federal Government
Author(s)Ethan Brinkman
Peter Gedye
SupersedesOfficial Constitution of the Arztotzkan Union (2019)
Physical Copy of the Constitution of the Arstotzkan Union located at the Federal Archives of the Arstotzkan Union in 1 Union Dr, Gollandiya Capitol Territory.

The Constitution of the Independent Federal Republic of the Arstotzkan Union is the supreme legal document that governs the rights, powers, and duties of the people, government, and institutions within the Arstotzkan Union. Drafted between 22 November 2019 and 25 November 2022, it was ratified on 25 November 2022, and came into effect three years prior. The constitution establishes the Arstotzkan Union as a completely sovereign and independent state, encompassing all claimed lands and territories under its united republic.

The Arstotzkan Union is a democratic socialist federal presidential constitutional republic, founded on the principles of Arstotzkanism. The constitution reflects the nation's commitment to creating a more perfect union, free from international tyranny and injustice, while promoting democracy, socialism, and the well-being of its people. It draws inspiration from the mission of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and aims to spread global socialism for the freedom of the proletariat.

The constitution guarantees a comprehensive set of rights and freedoms to the people of the Arstotzkan Union. These include freedom of life, liberty, happiness, humanity, and property. Additionally, individuals enjoy freedom of speech, assembly, religion, press, expression, privacy, sexual orientation, gender identity, sexual expression, and same-sex activities. The borders of the nation are open to all, and anyone born within its territory is granted automatic citizenship.

The Arstotzkan Federal Government, composed of three equal branches - executive, legislative, and judiciary - holds the power to pass, create, and repeal legislation. State federalism is implemented to govern the territories of the Arstotzkan Union, while the House of Representatives, elected by states and territories, serves as the supreme authority over them. The constitution emphasizes the protection of human rights and the prohibition of discrimination, ensuring that no individual shall lose their inalienable rights under any circumstance.

The constitution also highlights the duty of the federal government to defend, protect, and sustain the rights of its citizens from foreign threats or radical governments. It guarantees the right to a fair trial, the abolition of slavery, and the protection of women's rights, including the right to a safe and protected abortion. Furthermore, it denounces neo-fascism, neo-Nazism, and hateful ideologies that may lead to acts of terrorism.

The members of the federal government, including the presidents and vice president, are elected through free and fair elections. They are entrusted with upholding the constitution and the principles of Arstotzkanism, working for the unity and equality of the nation. The constitution grants the Office of the Presidency the power to pass, change, or edit the constitution in response to evolving circumstances within the Arstotzkan Union.


The Constitution of the Independent Federal Republic of the Arstotzkan Union can be found here

The Constitution of the Independent Federal Republic of the Arstotzkan Union is made up of six sections. Each with their own functions that govern the functions of the state.

Section 1

Section 1 of the Constitution of the Arstotzkan Union or officially; Establishment of the nation-state of the Independent Federal Republic of the Arstotzkan Union forms the articles of the Constitution that creates the Arstotzkan Union. It creates the Arstotzkan Union as an independent and sovereign nation as well as creates the Arstotzkan Federal Government and the other functions that create the nation as it is.

Section 1's powers were extended by the Montevideo Convention Adoption Act 2023 in May 2023. This adopted the declaratory theory of statehood and also established that the Arstotzkan Union has the necessary factors to becoming a independent nation.

Section 2

Section 2 of the Constitution of the Arstotzkan Union also known as Rights of the People of the Independent Federal Republic of the Arstotzkan Union is one of the most important sections in the Constitution. It creates and outlines the constitutional rights of people in the Arstotzkan Union. Since the ruling from Confederacy v. Arstotzkan Union the rights granted to people in the Arstotzkan Union are some of the freest in the New Zealand micronational sector.

Section 2 is also the longest section in the entire constitution covering 14 articles.

Section 3

Section 3 of the Constitution also known as Rights, Powers, and Duties of the Federal Government (and its branches) of the Independent Federal Republic of the Arstotzkan Union is the article responsible for the powers of the Arstotzkan Federal Government. Along with the Government Procedures Act 2023, it governs the functions of the government in respect of the state.

It establishes the idea that the Arstotzkan Federal Government cannot create defamatory legislation, declare war against an allied nation and also support allies militarily in a time of need. It also grants the Federal Assembly powers over the Office of the Presidency in the event that they believe the executive is threating the stability of the state and the security of the people.

Constitutional Framework

The Arstotzkan Union also has several pieces of legislation that make up a constitutional framework and include articles of law that aren't established by the Constitution itself.

Name Date Type Description Notes
Constitution of the Arstotzkan Union 2019 Constitution The original and main piece of the entire framework. Replaced the Official Constitution of the Arztotzkan Union
Executive and Supreme Powers Act 2022 Act of Assembly Extends functions of Section 4 of the Constitution.
Land and Territories Act 2023 Act of Assembly Outlines functions of territories and the state. Made a part of the Constitutional Framework in 2023
Government Procedures Act 2023 Act of Assembly Created in part with the Constitution. Made to lay out extra rules for the Arstotzkan Federal Government Replaced the Arstotzkan Statute on Government Systems
Armed Forces Act 2023 Act of Assembly Outlines actions for the People's Armed Forces of the Arstotzkan Union Replaced the Arstotzkan Statute on Military Systems