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The Rules: The Civil Code of the Pacific

    The Civil Code for Uniform Justice and Order in The Pacific

    These offenses are punishable by sanctions up to and including a permanent ban from the region, at the sole discretion of the Tribune, by the Consul and Emperor, or, and only in emergencies, by other members of the Senate.

    Section I - Civil Disobedience

101: Spreading falsehoods in regards to The Pacific or any of its residents via any communication medium.

102: Posting of spam on the Regional Message Board, official government forum or regional Discord server.

103: Posting about an inappropriate subject on the Regional Message Board, official government forum or regional Discord server.

104: Harassment or blackmail of a Pacifican, whether in public or in private, by any means.

105: Unauthorized use of another nation's flag or other details as your own.

106: Objectionable and/or spammy nation name, pre-title, currency, animal, flag, motto, dispatch, or factbook.

107: The posting of foreign recruitment ads on the Regional Message Board.

108: Use of excessive profanity on the forums and Regional Message Board and/or bad grammar to the point of complaint.

109: Causing the destruction or limiting the functionality of any regionís message boards, chat rooms, or other regional infrastructure inside or outside of the NationStates realm.

    Section II - Security Accountability

201: Continued, flagrant refusal to become aligned with the Emperor via World Assembly endorsement.

202: Providing classified information to unauthorized persons outside The Pacific.

203: Giving your endorsement to a nation with whom you are not familiar personally. (All nations in the Pacific are familiar with the nations that govern them, and may share endorsements in a very limited way with one another.)

204: Pushing a resident nation over the endorsement cap.

205: As a member of the New Pacific Order, pledging loyalty to a foreign entity or entering a foreign region without the knowledge and approval of the Senate.

    Section III - Treason

301: Seeking many endorsements without permission or breaking the endorsement cap.

302: Assisting those seeking many endorsements without permission.

303: Belonging to a subversive organization.

304: Knowingly and intentionally supporting an enemy of The Pacific operating within by means of but not limited to a nationís World Assembly endorsement, a campaign to encourage other nations to endorse the enemy nation, or providing succor to the threat by granting them protection, information, aid, or material advantages within the New Pacific Order.

305: Voting on World Assembly Resolutions in favor of the enemy.

306: Aiding an external subversive organization or individual to interfere in internal Pacifican processes or affairs.

307: Actively and deliberately operating or working against the laws, customs, and structure of The Pacific, or assisting an individual seeking to do so.

    Section IV - Crimes against the Public Justice

401: Perjury or breaking an oath.

402: Falsifying evidence or attempting to subvert the justice system. This includes obfuscating information provided in an investigation either of oneself or another nation.

403: Being the puppet of a banished nation.

404: File Not Found.

405: Claiming association, affiliation, or representation of The Pacific government in any act without authorization.

406: Planting a foreign nation whose allegiances and affiliations violate the laws of The Pacific within the region by concealing their origins and loyalties from the appropriate authorities.

    Note: The Civil Code of the Pacific is subject to the rulings and enforcement of the Censor, Tribune, and the Emperor. Section III, Articles 301 and 303 in particular, are subject to the rulings and enforcement of the Emperor. The endorsement maximum is subject to revision and adjustment without notice.

The Star Fox of Jar Wattinree