Convention of Fruchemburg

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Convention of Fruchemburg
Convenção de Fruchemburg
Created 08 May 2020
Ratified 14 December 2020
Location Fruchemburg, Villa Alicia
Authors Oscar I
Signers
Purpose
  • Establish the peaceful resolution of disputes and respect for intermicronational laws;
  • Creation of principles regarding acts of aggression;
  • Commitment to prohibit disproportionate practices for defense.

The Convention of Fruchemburg (Portuguese: Convenção de Fruchemburgo) is a treaty signed by South American micronationalists in a initiave chaired by the Emperor-King Oscar I of Karnia-Ruthenia, held in Fruchemburg and discussed from May to December 2020. The objective of the treaty was to establish the peaceful resolution of intermicronational disputes, respect for intermicronational laws and the creation of principles regarding whats was to be considered acts of aggression to Micronational Sovereignty, as well as the commitment to prohibit disproportionate practices for defense in case of aggression.

The treaty contains regulations that must be respected by the signatories in case of conflict between two or more signatories, or even with third parties. The document provides that the laws, rights and duties of defense acts must apply to anyone who, in their own name or on behalf of a micronation, acts in defense of the integrity of their micronational project, regardless of nomenclature, being armed forces, police forces or defense departments.

It further provides that micronational defense forces must be recognizable by emblems and coordinated by a person who is responsible for the actions of their subordinates, who collectively will conduct their defense operations in accordance with the laws and customs provided for in this treaty. Alleging that the right of defense (or aggression) is not unlimited, it establishes what is totally waived by the signatories, such as the theft of personal data, prescribes what are considered acts of violation of sovereignty and acts of espionage, prescribes the methods of activation dispute resolution and damage calculations to be shared between the warring parties.

With twenty-eight articles, it is until the date of its ratification, the most extensive document created by the Brazilian sector of micronationalism.

Signatories

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