We, the citizens of the Nordesia, whereas the good of country, acting in accordance with the motto "God bless us ", in order to increase the importance of our country in the international arena and acting in defense of sovereignty, to guarantee us freedom and our descendants, we enact and establish Constitution of the Nordesia.
1. Every citizen has the right to life.
2. Every citizen has the right to interfere in the affairs of the state.
3. Every citizen shall have the right to express their own opinion.
4. Every citizen has the right to their own feelings.
5. Every citizen has the right to choose a religion.
6. Every citizen must love own homeland.
7. Every citizen must be devoted to country.
8. Every citizen shall care about the welfare of his country
9. Every citizen has to follow orders state authorities.
10. Every citizen must accept religion/beliefs of another person.
11. Every citizen must accept the language, style and color of the skin of another person.
12. It is prohibited to abuse physically and mentally over another person.
13. It is prohibited to disrupt peace in the country, the city, in the countryside.
14. It is prohibited to insult other religions.
15. It is prohibited to offend any of the state and the church.
Nordesia is a sovereign state on the system of absolute monarchy, where the head of state and head of the international arena is the king of Ananias I
1. Nordesian law protects the freedom and rights of the people and protects the independence and security of the country.
2. Supports the general welfare, sustainable development, internal cohesion and cultural diversity of the country.
3. Concerned about the greatest equal opportunities for nationals and citizens.
4. Involve the sustainable conservation of natural living conditions and a peaceful and just international order
States are sovereign, insofar as their sovereignty is not limited by the Constitution, doing all those rights that have not been transferred to the country.
National languages are English and Polish
Principles of a law-abiding state action
1. The basis for and limit the activities of the state is law.
2. The activities of the state in the public interest and is proportionate to the objective.
3. State and individuals act in good faith.
4. Monarchy and states respect the international law.
Personal and social responsibility
Everyone is responsible for themselves and contributes according to the ability to perform the tasks of the state and society.
Fundamental rights, civil rights and social purposes
Human dignity must be respected and protected.
Equality before the law
1. All are equal before the law.
2. No one shall be discriminated against, particularly because of national origin, race, sex, age, language, social position, way of life, religious, philosophical or political convictions, or because of the limitations of his physical, mental or psychological fitness.
3. Men and women have equal rights. The law takes care of the legal and real equality, especially in the family, in education and at work. A man and a woman have the right to equal pay for equal work.
4. The law shall determine measures to eliminate the victimization of people with disabilities.
Protection against arbitrary and the observance of good faith
Everyone has the right to treat him by state organs without arbitrariness and in good faith.
Right to life and personal liberty
1. Everyone has the right to life. The death penalty is prohibited.
2. Everyone has the right to personal liberty, particularly to physical and mental integrity and freedom of movement.
3. Torture and any other kind of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment are prohibited.
Protecting children and youth
1. Children and adolescents have the right to special protection of their physical integrity and to promote their development.
2. His right doing in terms of its ability to self-discernment.
The right to assistance in difficult situations
Those who fall into a difficult situation and cannot take care of themselves, have the right to assistance and care and to the measures that are necessary to ensure a decent human existence.
Protection of private life
1. Everyone has the right to respect for his private and family life, housing and correspondence and communications.
2. Everyone has the right to protection from misuse of their personal data.
The right to marriage and the family
Guaranteed the right to marriage and family.
Freedom of conscience and religion
1. Freedom of conscience and religion.
2. Everyone has the right freely to choose their own religion and their ideological beliefs and to profess them alone or in community with others.
3. Everyone has the right to join or belong to a religious community and religious teaching collection.
4. No one can be forced to join or belong to a religious community, to perform religious practices and collecting religious education.
Freedom of opinion and information
1. Freedom of opinion and information.
2. Everyone has the right to shape their views freely and without obstacles they express and disseminate.
3. Everyone has the right freely to receive information, obtain it from generally accessible sources and to disseminate.
Freedom of the media
1. Freedom of the press, radio, television and other forms of public telecommunications and information dissemination programs.
2. Censorship is prohibited.
3. Ensures the mystery of journalism.
Freedom of language
Guarantee freedom of language.
The right to basic education
Guarantee the right to sufficient and free primary education.
Freedom of science
Guarantee freedom of science and research.
Freedom of artistic expression
Guarantee freedom of artistic creation.
Freedom of assembly
1. Guarantee freedom of assembly.
2. Everyone has the right to organize assemblies, to participate in them or to abstain from them.
Freedom of association
1. Guarantee freedom of association.
2. Everyone has the right to form associations, to join associations or to belong to them and participate in the activities of associations.
3. No one may be compelled to join or belong to an association.
Freedom of establishment
1. Nordesian citizens have the right to settle anywhere in the country.
2. They have the right to leave Nordesia or to enter Nordesia
Protection against expulsion, forced the issue or withdrawal to the border
1. Noresdian citizens cannot be expelled from Nordesian; They can be extradited foreign authority only with their consent.
2. Refugees may not be expelled or extradited to another country where they are persecuted.
3. No one may be deported to a country in which threaten him to torture or other cruel and inhuman treatment or punishment.
1. guarantee property.
2. Expropriation and restrictions of ownership, which are equal to expropriation shall be fully compensated.
1. Guarantee freedom of business.
2. It shall include in particular free choice of profession and free access to gainful employment in the private economy and its free exercise.
1. Employees and employers and their organizations have the right to protect their interests to connect, create associations, join them or remain outside.
2. Disputes should as far as possible to resolve by negotiation or mediation.
3. Strike and lockout are permitted when they concern labor relations and do not conflict with the obligations to observe peace during the term of the collective labor agreement negotiations and arbitration.
4. The law may prohibit a strike certain categories of people.
Widespread guarantees proceedings
1. Everyone has the right to proceedings before courts and administrative authorities to equal and fair treatment, as well as his case in a timely manner.
2. The Parties have the right to be heard before the court.
3. Anyone who does not have the necessary means has the right to free legal aid if his claim is not without a chance of success. It also has the right to free legal representation if necessary.
1. Everyone whose case must be dealt with in judicial proceedings has the right to set the law, proper, independent and impartial court. Special courts is prohibited.
2. Anyone against whom a civil action is brought has the right to ensure that the case was heard by a court competent for his place of residence. Law may provide for another jurisdiction.
3. The trial and sentencing takes place in public. The law may provide for exceptions.
Deprivation of liberty
1. Deprivation of human liberty may be imposed only in cases provided for by law, and only in the manner prescribed in the Act.
2. Everyone who is deprived of his liberty has the right to do so, to promptly and in a language which he understands, be informed of the grounds of detention and his rights. It must be able to make use of their rights. It has in particular the right to notify their loved ones.
3. Anyone who is used to the detention center, has the right to have to be adjusted immediately to the referee; the judge decides on whether to maintain the detention or release the detainee. Anyone staying in custody has the right to judgment within a reasonable time.
4. Everyone who is deprived of his liberty, not by a court, has the right at any time to appeal to the court. The court shall decide as soon as possible on the legality of the deprivation of liberty
1. Everyone shall be presumed innocent until final conviction.
2. Every accused has a right to be as quickly and extensively informed of the charges referred to it. It must be able to use their rights of defense.
3. A convicted person has the right to give judgment control a higher court. Excluded are cases in which the Federal Court has ruled as the only instance.
Right to petition
1. Everyone has the right to petition the authorities; it cannot cause him any adverse effects.
2. The authorities must accept a petition to messages.
1. guaranteed political rights.
2. The guarantee of political rights protects the free formation of the will and unadulterated vote.
The realization of the fundamental rights
1. Fundamental rights must be actualized throughout the legal order.
2. Who performs the tasks the state is bound by fundamental rights and obliged to contribute to their realization.
3. The authorities ensure that fundamental rights, as long as suited to the task, they were also applied to private individuals.
Limitation of fundamental rights
1. Limitations of fundamental rights require a statutory basis. Severe restrictions must be provided for in the law itself. Excluded are cases of serious, direct and which cannot be otherwise divert the danger.
2. Restrictions on fundamental rights must be justified by public interest or the protection of the fundamental rights of third parties.
3. Limitations of fundamental rights must be proportionate to the objective pursued.
4. The essence of fundamental rights is inviolable.
Civil and political rights
1. A citizen of Nordesia is the one who holds the nationality of the state.
2. No one shall be privileged or limited because of his civic rights. The exceptions are provisions concerning political rights in municipalities and corporations and civic participation in their assets, unless cantonal legislation provides otherwise.
Acquisition and loss of civil rights
1. The Government determines the acquisition and loss of civil rights by descent, marriage and adoption. It also lays down the loss of Noresdian citizenship for other reasons and re-acquisition of citizenship.
2. It seems necessary provisions on broadcasting by the states of citizenship to foreigners and agrees to citizenship.
3. Facilitates granting citizenship to stateless children.
Exercise of political rights
1. Monarchy determines the exercise of the rights of political affairs of the country, states determine them in matters of state.
2. Political rights are carried out at the place of residence. States may provide for exceptions.
3. No person may exercise political rights in more than one state.
4. States may provide that newly settled will be able to enjoy the right to vote in state matters only after a waiting period of no more than three months after the settlement.
1. Noresdia supports mutual contacts between Nordesisn abroad and with Nordesia. It can help organizations that implement these objectives.
2. It seems she rules on the rights and obligations Nordesian abroad, especially in relation do perform Political Rights in Nordesia weight, their duties, provision of military or alternative service, allowances and Social Security.
1. Monarchy and states in addition to personal responsibility and individual initiative are engaged to:
a. any use of social security;
b. each received the necessary health care;
c. the family as a community of adults and children are protected and supported;
d. able to work able to cover the cost of maintenance work under appropriate conditions;
e. looking for housing for themselves and their families could find a suitable apartment for possible unbearable conditions;
f. children and young people and people of working age, may in accordance with their abilities to educate themselves, improve his education and continue their education;
g. children and young people were supported in their development for people independent and socially responsible and are supported in their social, cultural and political integration.
2. You can get involved, so that everyone is protected against the economic consequences of old age, disability, illness, accident, unemployment, maternity, bereavement and widowhood.
3. They seek to implement the social objectives within their constitutional competence and outstanding resources available to them.
4. Social objectives cannot be inferred directly claims for benefits from the state.
Changing the constitution and transitional provisions
1. The Constitution may be at any time fully or partially changed.
2. When the Constitution or based on the law provides otherwise, the change takes place through legislation.
Change in total
1. Change in the total of the Constitution may be proposed by the people or by any of the boards or be adopted by the Assembly.
2. If the initiative emanates from the people, or if both the council is not unanimous, the nation's resolve to carry out the changes of the total.
3. If the nation decides in favor of the change of the total, both councils are selected again.
4. They can be affected by the applicable provisions of international law.
Entry into force
1. Completely or partially changed the Constitution comes into force after its adoption by the people and the states.