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Today's World Census Report
The Largest Welfare Programs in Liberty Democratic Alliance
Governments ranked highly spend the most on social welfare programs. Nations ranked low tend to have weak or non-existent government welfare.
As a region, Liberty Democratic Alliance is ranked 9,851st in the world for Largest Welfare Programs.
|1.||The Federation of The State of Hejaz||New York Times Democracy Corporate-Dominated Sham Democracy||“لا تنسى أبدا تراثك ، ثقافتك! نحن جميعا من أجل السلام!”|
|2.||The Democratic Republic of Mobiusobia||New York Times Democracy Corporate-Dominated Sham Democracy||“By the people and for the people”|
|3.||The Allied States of The federal Europe||Civil Rights Lovefest Brave Progressives||“United in diversity”|
|4.||The Republic of France Europe||New York Times Democracy Corporate-Dominated Sham Democracy||“Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”|
|5.||The Republic of Easterncoast||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy Fascists||“Vive a la démocratie ”|
|6.||The Republic of Maronzia||New York Times Democracy Corporate-Dominated Sham Democracy||“Oh yes may the motherland survive!”|
|7.||The Colony of Diplomatic Oureach of Sword Island||Civil Rights Lovefest Brave Progressives||“Diplomacy always prevails”|
|8.||The Rogue Nation of Bayesianland||Anarchy Post-Revolution Embryonic Society||“We Will Endure. We Will Prevail.”|
|9.||The Empire of Penguinium||Iron Fist Consumerists Imperialist Pig Dog Oppressors||“We strive to become penguins”|
|10.||The Community of Founder of The Liberty Alliance||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy Fascists||“--”|
- : Embassy established between Liberty Democratic Alliance and United Nations of Rhine.
- : The Republic of France Europe proposed constructing embassies with The Confederacy of Free Nations.
- : The Republic of France Europe updated the World Factbook entry.
- : The Republic of France Europe proposed constructing embassies with The Union of Democratic States.
- : The Islamic Republic of Chitral of the region United Nations of Rhine agreed to construct embassies.
- : Embassy cancelled between The Vincence Kingdom and Liberty Democratic Alliance.
- : The Rising Sun Pacific Empire of Haruhi Japan of the region The Vincence Kingdom ordered the closure of its embassy in Liberty Democratic Alliance.
- : The Republic of France Europe proposed constructing embassies with United Nations of Rhine.
- : The Republic of France Europe updated the World Factbook entry.
- : The Republic of Maronzia arrived from The South Pacific.
Liberty Democratic Alliance Regional Message Board
Maronzi asked me to come in, I asked the who they were, they answered me honestly, so I let them in.
But the region is an easy prey to raid. And our region could not become an anrchy because there is a Constitution, and the Constitution can't be abolished, or it is a coup.
About World Assembly resolutions, I will vote for the majority in order to better represent the region.
The Prime Minister
The Government would like to introduce a new bill to Parliament: Amendment of Article 4: Je Judiciary Branch. This amendment will consist in replacing the Officer of Constitution and adding the following:
The Supreme Court
1. The Supreme Court is the Judicial Branch of Liberty Democratic Alliance. It is completely independent of the executive branch and must remain so, whatever the circumstances.
2. The role of the Supreme Court is to punish appropriately and reasonably those who violate the laws of Liberty Democratic Alliance.
3. The regional laws are divided into two documents: this Constitution and the Civil Code. The Constitution determines the distribution of powers in the region, and the Civil Code indicates all the laws passed by Parliament.
4. The Supreme Court will have an Executive Branch. Indeed, the Prime Minister must appoint a Minister of Justice. The Minister of Justice must supervise the Judiciary Branch and must represent the Judiciary in the Council of Ministers.
5. No nations of the Region can be punished without a trial, unless in conditions indicated in Article 6 of this Constitution.
The Chief Justice
1. The Chief Justice is the Head of the Supreme Court and should be the Head Judge in trials. He must appoint members of the jury for each trial. He must appoint a jury of one nation per five residents. The Chief Justice must appoint people with different beliefs and opinions to avoid conflicts of interest.
2. The Supreme Court, and thus the Chief Justice will be the institution in charge of controlling and acting as a counterpower to the government. The Chief Justice must validate or reject any law passed by parliament and any decree signed, according to constitutional criteria.
3. The Chief Justice must remain politically neutral and honest in the performance of his duties.
4. The Prime Minister is in charge of appointing the Chief Justice. The Parliament must validate or reject the choice of the Chief Justice. If more than a third of the members of Parliament take a vote of non-confidence in the choice of the Prime Minister, new proposals must be made by the latter until the Parliament approves the proposal.
5. The Chief Justice must have "polls" and "communication" authority.
4. The Chief Justice organises the Prime Minister elections, plublishes and validates the result on behalf of the Constitution.
5. The Chief Justice must validate or veto any law passed by Parliament. The Chief Justice has the right to veto a bill in case they think it is unconstitutional. They must not veto a law according to their ideas or political ideologies.
6. The Parliament can demand an investigation by the Supreme Court by a more than fifty percent vote if it believes that the Chief Justice vetoes the law for political or personal reasons.
7. The Chief Justice must check the legality of the referendums (organised by the Government) and prohibit a referendum that happens to be unconstitutional.
8. If the Chief Justice is brought to court, the Prime Minister must temporarily appoint a new Chief Justice. If the accused Chief Justice is guilty, the interim Chief Justice will stay in office, if he is not guilty, he will have the right to be Chief Justice again and the interim one will have to leave office.
1. Trials are made of the Head Judge (Chief Justice), the appointed jury, the prosecutor (Minister of Justice), the accused nation, their defendant lawyer, and potential witnesses.
2. The Accused nation has the right to have a defendant lawyer. They can choose the nation they want for this role (providing that the nominee agrees). If no defendant is chosen or agrees, the Chief Justice will choose a random nation who will be the defendant.
3. For each trial, the Minister of Justice will be the Regional Prosecutor, so his aim will be to describe the crime and tell the appropriate sanction according to Regional Law. He has no decision-making power, its only role is to dictate the law. It is the role of the judges (Chief Justice and Jury) to then decide.
4. Every citizen of the region is presumed innocent until proven guilty (judged in a trial).
5. The prosecutor and the accuser will debate with the defendant and the accused during a certain amount of time chosen by the Chief Justice, but it must be resonable so that both sides have enough time to express their ideas. Then the Jury will decide. The Chief Justice will propose punishments, and the entire jury (with the Chief Justice) will vote for the punishment. Each member of the Jury carries one vote, and the Chief Justice casts two votes.
6. The sanctions decided upon must correspond to those dictated in the regional laws, and no abuse of power or arbitrary trials will be tolerated.
7. The punishment enacted in the trial must be applied.
8. The Jury, espescially the Chief Justice must keep full integrity during the trial. If either the government or five members of Parliament think the Chief Justice was not honest, acted in a Conflict of Interests, or abused his power, there must be a vote in Parliament on wether to impeach him.