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The Second Constitution of the Confederacy

The Second Constitution
of the Confederacy of Aligned Nations as Proposed

Article I
Section I
All legislative powers of this great Confederacy are hereby vested in the Congress of the Confederacy.
Section II
The Congress shall comprise of 4 Senators elected to represent the whole.
Section III
Congress shall reserve the power to, by resolution, increase or decrease the size of Congress depending on the needs of the Confederacy. Congress shall not, however, comprise of less than 4 Senators and shall always consist of an even amount of Senators.
Section IV
When electing Senators, each nation shall rank the candidates from most to least preferable. The highest ranked candidates will fill whatever seats are open in the Congress. Puppets shall not be permitted to vote.
Section V
Half of Congress shall be elected every other Friday, resulting in Senators serving one month terms. A special election shall be held following the ratification of this Constitution electing 4 Senators. The second term of Congress shall begin on February 22nd, 2019. The two lowest voted Senators elected in the first term shall be up for reelection on February 22nd, 2019 in order to stagger terms.
Section VI
Congress shall not be permitted to elect sitting Senators to offices that require their nomination.
Section VII
Congress shall select from among themselves, following every Congressional election, a Presiding Officer, who shall be called the Speaker of Congress.

Article II
Section I
The President of the Confederacy shall serve to execute and enforce the Laws of Congress.
Section II
Congress shall vote and elect the President the first Sunday of every month.
Section III
After taking office, the President shall nominate a Vice President and Congress shall vote to confirm the nominee.
Section VI
The President shall use Executive Orders to direct his Agencies and execute the Laws of Congress.
Section V
The President shall hold exclusive power to create and disband Departments. The President shall appoint Secretaries to direct his Departments. The Secretaries shall serve entirely at the pleasure of the President.

Article III
Section I
The Supreme Ambassador, also known as WA Delegate, shall be nominated and confirmed by Congress on the third Sunday of every month.
Section II
The Supreme Ambassador shall serve as the highest ranking diplomat of the Confederacy and shall answer only to Congress.
Section III
The WA Delegate shall exclusively reserve the power of forming embassies. However, the President and WA Delegate must both consent to the withdrawal of an embassy.

Article IV
Section I
The Supreme Court of the Confederacy shall be ordained to execute Justice within the democracy, as well as answer disputes pertaining to conflicts as a result of this Constitution.
Section II
Congress shall nominate and confirm 3 Justices to serve indefinitely.
Section III
Congress may appoint a sitting Senator to the Court.
Section IV
The Supreme Court may deem any Law, Executive Order, or Act of Government unconstitutional.
Section V
The Supreme Court may impeach government officials neglecting their duties. Congress may rescind the impeachment with a unanimous vote.

Article V
Section I
Congress may amend this Constitution if 3/4 of Congress and a majority of the People consent.
Section II
No nation may hold more than one office. Puppets shall not be permitted to hold any office. Justices may, however, hold one additional office.
Section III
If there is a tie within Congress, the Vice President shall break the tie. If the Vice Presidency is vacant, then the President shall break the tie. If the Presidency is vacant then the People shall break the tie.
Section IV
The People may call a Constitutional Convention with a 4/5 vote and throw out this Constitution in favor of drafting a new one.
Section V
Following the ratification of this Constitution, special elections and appointments shall be made so that officials may serve shortened initial terms.

Ordained by the People on,
February 11th, 2019

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