Ancient Maya CodexTo that all the World should know that We, the People of The Maya Republic, in accordance with the Laws of Nations, do so form this Government of Men to Rule, Protect, and Endow every Freedom upon the People of The Maya Republic, causing to be written this Constitution.

Article 1
Executive Powers

Section 1: All Executive power in this Government shall lay solely within the mighty elected President, or his dog in case of untimely death before his term expires. This term will constitute a ten year period to which a president will be elected due to popular vote and demand.

Section ll: The President shall be Commander-in-Chief of the Army, Air Force and Navy of The Maya Republic, and of the Policia Estatal (State Police), and all Militias of the Republic. The President shall Appoint a Grand Marshall of the Army, a Grand Admiral of the Navy, and a Grand Air Force Commander, who will all have a seat on the Privy Council.

Section lll: The President shall, by virtue of His office, dictate as the Law of the Land whatever He shall have written in Presidential Edict and Decree, each to be recorded as such, and ratified by the Presidential Congress as part of this Constitution.

Article 2
Legislative Powers

Section l: All Legislative power in this Government shall lay solely within the Presidential Congress, which shall be composed by one elected representative for every 100 000 people in the nation, and a special envoy from every state in the republic.

Section ll: The Presidential Congress has the power to dissaprove any action by the President, but his power will overmine the congressional one for a period of one month after every decision. When that period has expired a two thirds majority of the Presidential Congress will have the ability to drawback presidential actions and impeach him if needed.

Section v: The President Congress shall meet in General Assembly Once per week, on every Friday afternoon just before everybody goes out to party!

Article 3
Judicial Powers

Section l: All judicial powers in the republic will reside in the Presidential Supreme Court.

Section ll: The court will consist of two popularly elected judges from every state in the republic.

Article 4
Presidential Appointments

Section l: The President shall Appoint an Exchequer to collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts, and Excises, to Pay Debts, and to Borrow money on the Credit of the Republic, and to Coin Money in the Name of the President, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign coin, and to fix a set means of Weights and Measures. The Exchequer shall serve his post for a period not to exceed the presidential term.

Section ll: The President shall Appoint a Chancellor to act in all manner of Business at Court and abroad, whose Duties to include the granting and documentation of all Citizenship of the Republic, etc.

Article 5

Section l: All citizens shall be Guaranteed all Rights and Freedoms as seen True under everyone; that all persons are Equal and have Equal Rights to Justice, swift and impartial; Representation in and of the Government of The Maya Republic; Freedom to express themselves as Individuals in all manners right and just, private and public, and to Secure Happiness in this world, and shall be further Guaranteed that they are Equal in the Eyes of the Government, regardless of Race, Sex, Creed, Political or Religious Affiliation.

Section ll: The Citizens of the Republic will fall into Two distinct catagories: Active and Honourary.

Section lll: Active citizens will have the Right to vote in public elections, run for and hold public offices, etc

Section lv: Honourary citizens shall be persons deemed exceptionally Mayan by Nature, and they shall be granted this Honourary citizenship, enjoying all Rights and Freedoms laid down by this Constitution with the exception of the right to hold public office, unless Active citizenship has been applied for.

Article 6


Section l: Amendments made to this Constitution shall be approved by a two-thirds (2/3) majority in the Presidential Congress, and be given the Presidential Seal as approval from the President.

Section ll: Any Presidential Edict or Decree shall be made as Law until such time as the Presidential Congress is given an opportunity to review the Edict or Decree, then if found Legal and Just it shall be ratified and amended to this Constitution, or if found not so it shall be removed from the Rolls and considered defunct and void.

May the true pursuit of excellence make us free,

The People of The Maya Republic

February 5th, 1998


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  • Resolved, That the Presidential Congress advises and consents to the ratification of the Charter of the Supreme Intermicro-Court, and also ratifies the Treaty of SPUM and the Parchment of Microstatia. We the Mayan Presidential Congress will always devote ourself to membership in the Splendid Micro-Union of Microstatia which is also known as SPUM


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