Constitution

25: A definition of “the state” article 25A: A state is an organized body established by a legislature, a court, or a court-martial.

Article 25B: The term “state” includes the federal government and any other entity or body that is designated by Congress as a “state department,” as defined in Article 3 of the Constitution.

Article 26: Article 25 is divided into five parts: article 1, the Constitution; article 2, the laws; article 3, the powers of government; article 4, the jurisdiction and jurisdiction-specific enumerated powers; and article 5, the duties of government.

Article 27: Article 27A: The state is organized by a legislative body or a judicial body established under Article 4 of the Constituent Assembly.

Article 28: Article 28A: There are five branches of government in the state: the legislature, the courts, the executive, and the judiciary.

Article 29: Article 29A: All persons have equal right to life and liberty and are guaranteed equal protection of the laws and equal protection under the laws.

Article 30: Article 30A: Any person who does not wish to comply with the provisions of this Constitution shall be subject to criminal and civil sanctions and subject to imprisonment.

Article 31: Article 31A: No one shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property for any crime, or for the exercise of a right protected by the Constitution, except by due process of law.

Article 32: Article 32A: Every person has the right to an effective remedy for the violation of his or her constitutional rights, including due process, and to a fair trial.

Article 33: Article 33A: Constitutional protections include freedom of speech, association, and assembly, freedom of religion, and freedom of the press.

Article 34: Article 34A: Nothing in this Constitution prohibits the government from engaging in measures that are necessary to protect the health or safety of the people or to secure the security of the state.

Article 35: Article 35A: This Constitution may be amended or repealed by a majority of all the members of the legislature of a state, the governor of a province, or the legislature if the amendment or repeal is approved by the national legislature.

Article 36: Article 36A: To avoid the appearance of usurpation, the state shall not be recognized as a foreign power or a unitary state.

This includes foreign-held property and the rights of individuals or entities to enjoy their own property and property interests in the states.

Article 37: Article 37A: Government actions are prohibited that are contrary to the constitution.

This prohibition applies to all actions that the state takes, including enforcement of laws, the exercise or enjoyment of rights under law, and all other governmental actions.

Article 38: Article 38A: It is forbidden to deprive citizens of their property without due process.

Article 39: Article 39A: As the constitution states, the government has the authority to declare wars, to provide for the defence of the nation, and for other national defense purposes.

Article 40: Article 40A: Legislative authorities may enact laws for the enforcement of criminal and criminal-related provisions of the penal code and other laws.

The government may also enact laws protecting the life, health, and property of the public or enforcing the laws of a territorial state.

The legislature is authorized to enact laws concerning the exercise and enforcement of rights protected by article 28.

Article 41: Article 41A: Laws shall be promulgated to regulate the economy and provide for its administration.

The authority to promulgate laws shall be vested in the supreme administrative authority.

The supreme administrative authorities are responsible for all laws passed by the legislature.

The president may issue executive orders, which shall be in writing, that establish procedures for the promulgation of the legislative acts and regulations, and shall prescribe the procedures for enforcing the executive orders.

Article 42: Article 42A: When the government acts to enforce the law, the president shall issue the writ of habeas corpus, a writ of certiorari, or, in the absence of a writ, a special writ of error.

A writ of certification may be issued in the form of a temporary order.

The writ of jurisdiction may be served on any person arrested or detained and may be enforced by the courts.

Article 43: Article 43A: Acts or regulations of the government that are consistent with the Constitution or laws enacted pursuant thereto are binding on the people.

The constitution, laws, and regulations of a governmental unit, including those that may be subject of an administrative or judicial inquiry, shall not violate the rights or freedoms protected by Article 26.

Article 44: Article 44A: Judicial decisions shall be binding on all courts of the United States, except federal courts.

Articles 45: Article 45A: Article 46A: Courts are to decide all questions arising under the Constitution and laws, including criminal and administrative proceedings, as well as those relating to the interpretation and enforcement thereof.

Article 47: Article 47A: In cases involving public or private property

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