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Information about Nasphilitae – University of New Sorthane: Institute for International Academic Exchange

This Institute was (re)established recently as part of the transitional governments “Media liberalisation restorative program” by “2023 Repeal of Statutory Act on Limiting Duke Greenhills Clause I 1662” from 2005.
We were found in 1968. during the (former) Technocratic Coalitions “Reformation-Consolidation of Statutory Acts”: In particular, Chapter III, Section 5, Point a):
“Guaranteeing the Autonomy of […] University staff, members, students […] extrajudicial rights of territorial and self-governing privileges, exemplified formally by their Autonomous Statute." The “Autonomous Establishment Statute of IaN” lists a set of tasks & ambitions:
Among others, it aspires to “Provide information about […aspects of Nasphiliti…], including free access to copied archival documents, the National Registry of Vital (demographics, economics, polling…) Data and interpretations of Nasphiliti society, culture, structure, history, customs & all else."

Introduction
About IaN OPAL
Basics
Overview Periodisation Lemma
Geography
Environment Climatology
History
Documents Legal History Detailed Periods
Culture
Architecture Literature, Theater, Media    Philosophy, Symbols, Heraldics
Statistics
Economy Demography
Systems
Contemporary Economy        Contemporary Judiciary Contemporary Polity Contemporary Society, Culture

Chairmen, Working groups and information about both


Basics

Overview, lemmata (glossary) & periodisation.
Head Chairman : Matthew Greene, University of Suhavenster, Institute of Systematizations.
Works: “Overview of Nasphilitae”; “Guidebook to Nasphiliti Lemma or Glossary”; “Seven or Eight Periods of Nasphiliti History”; “Axiology of Nasphilitae” (with others employed here now).

Geography

Physical Geography.
Chairman: Elena Bartlett, University of New Sorthane – S.A. of Mathematics, Linguistics & Methodology (Formerly). University of Suhavenster - S.A. of Climatology, Meteorology & Weather Analysis.
Contributions: Co-Founder & current Administrator for the National Registry of Vital Data (launched 1973). Co-Founder of Open Public Access Library (launched 1977) & in it Nasphiliti Intranet Academic Library (launched 1981).
Sub working groups include:

-Environment (Flora & Fauna): Oaklynn Eldred.
-Climatology: Sera Clayton.

History

History.
Chairman: Colin Ernest, University of New Sorthane, S.A. of “Domestic & Foreign History” and “Comparative Interdisciplinary Theories”.
Works: “Axiology of Nasphilitae” (with others).
Contributions: Co-Creator of the NCSAC.
Sub working groups include:

-Documents: Elena Bartlett.
-Legal History: Robert Stenhouse.
-People of note: Oaklynn Eldred.

Culture

Culture.
Chairman: Ayala Moran, University of New Sorthane. Institute of Legal Studies (formerly); University of Agorport. Institute of Social & Cultural Studies (formerly). S.A. of “Legal Heritage & Doctrine”, “Sociometrics, Sociology and Communications”.
Works: “Cybernetic Practical Policy”, “Systemic Factors & Determinants”, “Origins, Paradigms & Mentality of the Nasphiliti” (unfinished), “Real-Constructivist Legal & Societal Theory”, “Axiology of Nasphilitae”.
Note: Unlike Stenhouse, Moran was not prosecuted by the dictatorship. She attributes this to the fact that she belonged to the “(Old) Technocratic Class” – With her studies being vital for the National Registry (working under Cohen and Bartlett, who were their mentors).
However, she would abandon her positions in New Sorthanes Institutes upon finding that the dictatorship was manipulating the National Registry (“Graveyard Electoral Ballot Scandal”) in 2014.
Arriving in Suhavenster, she exposed ballot manipulation to Royal Peer T.L. Taylor, on which the dictatorship relied on for legitimacy. This would catalyze the beginning of “Peaceful Revolution Period” (coined by Greene) – between the dictatorship and the Suhavenster Circle.
Interestingly, Moran herself refused to be a signatory of either the Suhavenster Circle nor “The Precedential Compromise on Peaceful Transfer of Power” (2019). Reason given is suspicion towards any form of political arrangements.
Sub working groups include:

-Architecture: Colin Ernest.
-Literature, Theater & Media: Sera Clayton.
-Philosophy, Symbols & Heraldic: Robert Stenhouse

Statistics

Statistics.
Chairman: Candice Cohen, University of Agorport, Institute of Political Economy.
Works: “Comparative Economic Systems”, “Econometrics, Social Network Analysis & Demographics” and “Economic Theories & Cliometrics of Nasphilitae”.
Contributions: Co-Founder for Open Public Access Library & the Nasphiliti Intranet Academic Library. Co-Creator of: Nasphiliti Classification System & Academic Standards or NCSAC (1992).
Sub working groups include:

-Economy : Ayala Moran.
-Demography : Elena Bartlett.

Systems

Systems of Control.
Chairman:
Robert Stenhouse, University of Suhavenster. Founder of the Institute for Political Science. S.A. of “International Relations”, “Political Theory”, “Comparative Political Systems”.
Works: “Hypothesis of Institutionalised Perpetual Domestic Civil War” (Banned & likely to remain so), “Polemics on Political Institutionalism”, “Political Parties in the Age of Post-Ideology” (Formerly banned), “Short Discourse on Monarchy, Republic & Democracy” (Formerly banned), “Axiology of Nasphilitae” (with others).
Note: Stenhouse was heavily censored during the Dictatorship for “Political Parties in the Age of Post-Ideology” and “Short Discourse on Monarchy, Republic & Democracy”. Political participation in Royal Peer T.L. Taylors “Suhavenster Circle” (2004-2019).
Sub working groups include:

-Contemporary Economy: Candice Cohen.
-Contemporary Legal Systems: Elena Bartlett.
-Contemporary Political Systems: Matthew Greene.
-Contemporary Social & Cultural Developments: Ayala Moran.

OPAL and NCSAC

“Nasphiliti Classification System & Academic Standards” is a joint Memorandum written by Cohen (as representative for the University of Agorport) & Ernest (as representative for the University of New Surthane) published in 1992. It [The Memorandum] is considered revolutionary as it allowed for:
OPAL (launched 1977), the National Registry and the Nasphiliti Intranet Academic Library to classify, cross-communicate & accelerate cooperation between the three-four Universities (Agorport, New Surthane, Suhavenster). Royal Academic University of Fort Masontown, due to entrance barrier requiring a noble title, is only a partial contributor.

Academic Standards of NCSAC simplifies ISSN/ISBN & Citation standards, creating “The Prudence Style” (TPS) of citations, which follow the same format as bibliography:

[Author or Authors if multiple] [Comma] [Affiliation] [Comma] [Editor of Editors if multiple] [Period] [Quote] [Title of Work] [Unquote] [NCSAC Code]


(Pictured: Original OPAL entrance screen when accessed from within the Nasphiliti Intranet Academy Library)

The NCSAC Code has a letter (A, B, C, D, E, T or S) followed by three numerals (000-999). These are, exceptionally if foreign, followed by a short slash (-) which precedes the World Forum two-letter abbreviation of the country it is from (example: NP) preceding another short slash (-) and then the abbreviated institution where it was published.

LETTERS : Signify the type of work it is.
A: Academic, B: Controversial topic is covered (example: Euthanasia), C: Archival, Long past authors, includes Statistics & Cliometrics, D: Drama & Arts, E: Encyclopediaes such as this & Journals, T: Textbooks & Guidelines or Sinopsis, S: Essays, Case Studies, Practical Policy Papers & Similar.

NUMERALS : First numeral is field, Second numeral is the Subdiscipline or Specific subfield, Third numeral is number of authors.
For example, Aven Rulls “Economic Policies & Their Systemic Consequences during Grand Duke Carl Darzen” (1933) would be classified as: C610. 6 for Economy, 61 for Political Economy Analysis and 610 since there is a single author.


EDITOR: RANASA (Royal Association of Nasphiliti Academy for Arts and Sciences)

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Editorial Note: Greene writes in a very peculiar way. It was hard for us to redact it.

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“Seven or Eight Periods of Nasphiliti History”

Abstract

What follows is a compilation or sinopsis of events related to chronology of "Nasphilitae" on all matters of domestic nature. There is no absolute consensus among scholars regarding the periodisation, or headtitling of, clear temporal divisions in observing chronology to the reference of Nasphilitae. Compromise, yet, does exist, as shown in textbooks of the basic educations & in the minds of its inhabitants, which refer to these slices colloquially.

As it may serve as an element of surprise, this title is not descriptive of a polemic, which is to say that the discussion does not hold the property of whether there are seven or eight periods, distinct & clear.

Subject && Henceforth Goal is to display, in short, most noteworthy events, as they've unfolded, in chronological order.

"Century", colloquially, is all but not in equivalence to its astronomic lex - that of one hundred solar years. It is, in the context of past chronology, referring to the following: "Length of [past] time, which is signified & memorised for a particular sentiment, associated [presumed] to have impacted all [social] life to extent which transcends all other sentiments and/or events which might coincide, by time, with which the 'Century' is termed after". Within them [Centuries], only those events and peoples and documents, whose properties are without much disagreement will be mentioned.

Century of Consol (1589 - 1622)

Act of Settlement (1589): Sir Edward Turner, profession which was navigation, charted with establishing (outpost, fort, factory...reason disputed) along area now colloquially termed "Brownfield Coastline".

The First Voyage, headed by previous mention, had with 22 ships. Properties of whose are well-recorded: 2 of mercantile, 3 of Royal Counsels Advocacies, 5 of commoners, 5 of Charted Counsels Advocacies, and 7 of combat.

Four more Voyages would succeed the First, in (now termed) Agoraport landing all, primed building which was a lighthouse. All whom settled debted were to Consol, annual payment to the birth soil, of unknown worth.

Century of 15 Patroons or Peers (1622-1661)

Charter & Acts of Privilege (1622, 1635, 1644, 1651, 1657): Death, accompanying Sir Edward Turner, is widely accepted to serve a catalyst as for, 5 settlement waves. Each wave with 3 families, land bestowed upon which was. These names comprise today, the Peerage.

Ordinance of Nasphilitae Establishing (15th December 1661): Fifteen lands of Patroonn ownership, joined in spirit, establishing the single entity of "Nasphilitae Colonies".

Family names, ordered by arrival to: Pellmore, Morrisson, Stoneham, Ernst, Atkinson, Greenhill, Taylor, Darzen, Konevengel, Mason, Schlesinger, Morganfort, Adamson, Edwards, Fieldler.

Century of Prudence (1661-1777)

Overshadows all events and acts and peoples of this time, "GREENHILLS FIVE CLAUSES", before all world in Colonies, on 10th November 1662 declared by Earl John Greenhill. These have, without doubt, deeply shaped all life in domestic realm, in status of "Dominion" resulted soon

Clause I: "For Wisdom Precedes Right to Free Conscience". Clause II: "For Right & Free Precedes Unity & Duty". Clause III: "For Unity Precedes Vigilance". Clause IV: "For Duty Precedes Diligence".

Clause V: "In All There Dances An Equivalence - Beauty is Joy is Wisdom is Sentiment is Truth" (state motto, the latter)

Century of Turbulence (1777-1851)

Greenhills Clauses produce, of all others, were continual Commoners waves, settling the Dominion. Freedom of religion, produce which is that attraction, speared from each Holiness [priests], as is each teachings and schools to their Commoners.

Ideas and inventions and reforms brought from the latter mentioned. So also, land dried, produce from abandonment, inflicted from unworthy Earls. All together, resulted in many regulations.

Acts of Electoral Peerage. Ordinances of Prohibiting Possession Abandonment[Still active for nobility] Acts of Judicial Establishments & Independence. Acts of Parliament & Assemblies. Ordinances of Prohibiting Public Ethnic & Religious Strife. Ordinances regarding industrial factories. Acts of Migration Regulations. Among else...

The Peak (1851-1927):

Succeeding and its period lacking "Century" tells of strong sentiment. The Peak saw The Peerage elect among themselves two persons to the throne of Duchy. Nasphilitae saw, disputably, "peak" in all life within, henceforth titles of rulers are oftentimes elevated to the throne of Kingdom.

"Queen" Dorothy Atkinsons (1851-1901)

(((PLACE)))

(((HOLDER)))

"King" Carl Darzen (1901-1927)

Often termed, for prime defining, "The Red Tory".

(((IBID.)))

The Fall (1927-2004):

House of Commons strife (1927-1948). Struggle between the Industrialists [Whigs] & the Unionists [Socialists] Ended in Ordinance of P3[elaborated later]

Commerce Disruption of 1952. By which Nasphilitae was granted full sovereignty, produce of cost overbearing benefit, for the birth soil. On 25th December 1952.

Decree on Obligatory Conscription (28th December 1952)[elaborated later]

The Strife (1927-1948) and First Dictatorship (1948-1960)

Ordinance of P3: First decree of the Peerage, in which an obligatory merge is required, comprising Industrialists and Unionists. P3 signifies this merger (today, colloquially also referred as "Technocrats"), and hence thoughts, streams which it united: Praxis School of Unionists; Praxeology School of Industrialists; Pragmatic School of Academia.

Militarist Dictatorship (1948-1960): Or the First Dictatorship, wherein All Life in Nasphilitae, subjected to the Junta, in it saw three great events, one which brought about its end.

Ordinance of Peerage Monopoly on Arms (5th June 1960): Second Royal Decree, in which all of Armed Forces, now professional & trained in Fort Masontown [Greene references the Decree on Obligatory Conscription here], aligned their oath, only to the (now) Grand Duchy & whomever was elected to its title at whichever time.

Technocracy or P3 (1960-1988) and SNTV Proportionalism (1988-2004)

Saw the House of Acknowledged,[Upper House] comprised of Expert Cabinets from the P3, each representing their own, subjugate legislation of the House of Peoples. This period saw a short expansion of all life in Nasphilitae, mostly of economy.

The Two-Ballot Demagogy or the reformed Election Act (1988): Introduced, in elections of general & universal nature, two ballots. Second, of no elements, wherein the electorate writes down the full name of their desired candidate.

SNTV and the reformed Election Act of 1988, often now holds the blame for what has been referred to as "the Second Dictatorship" (2004-2019 or 2004-2024).

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“Lemma or Glossary of Nasphilitae”


Author: Matthew Green
NCSAC: S272
Affiliation: University of Suhavenster, Institute of Systematizations


ABSTRACT

In his work “Detecting genealogy of poor translations” (1944), Ferol Wantree identifies the cause behind poor translations between Austral dialects as to have been of semiotic nature.

Valstun Abhings criticises the implication of a purely semiotic background in his “A Valley Between Two Mountains” (1951), suggesting that mere statement of there existing a terminological gap serves no purpose, going further by suggesting that it was caused by geographic distance, which in turn provided for “Higher levels of autonomy for the Nasphiliti to develop their own prism… Gloss differences are but a single particular…”

Finally, the much controversial “To Syncreticise or Die: Trauma Masked as Pragmatics in Nasphilitae” (1959) Anders Roursk, bravely confident, negates both Wantrees and Abhings presumptions. Roursk instead identifies that the root cause of a specific “gloss, glossary or lemma is a linguistic expression of identity in cultural and philosophical trauma (…) Arriving an ocean away, the settlers then and over time and now were faced with a dilemma: To die [and subject Nasphiliti cultural development entirely either to surrounding area or Austral heritage] or to re-invent everything, including the ‘symbol & symbolised’.”

I won’t be discussing the root causes here. Instead, I will try to best demonstrate terms of Austral which have, over time, “re-invented” their references. The order by which these are presented meet the criteriae of what is considered, by both colloquials and the colleagues, most to least important. Issues exist, though, in this methodic, as well, that of choosing importance over that of choosing terms which have changed the furthest of their source.


LEMMA:


WISDOM-”IN-NUS”: Whole, absolute, intersected form:essence, processed-proven knowledge from intuition, “true understanding” [disputed].

MONOD-MONODA-MONODI: [Transcendent, unobtainable] Absolute-Everything.

PRUDENCE: Soul, virtue, virtue-in-purity-and-whole.

ETHICS: Essence, norm [legal], substantive [pol.], “value of value of commodity” [eco., soc.], normative [soc.], part-of-semioticals [elaborated later], [to decide] by-intent of accused [judicial].

AESTHETICS: Form, formal [legal], procedural [pol.], material / social [eco. / soc.] reality, rhetoricals [elaborated later], textualism [judicial].

ANDROGENAL: Divine or desired, unobtainable. Unlike “Monod”, it is a particular.

MECHANICAL: Approximating the androgenal, closest-to-divinity.

HYPOTHESIS: Presupposition OR tool of deducing from a void state.

AXIOM, AXIOMATIC, AXIOLOGY: Presupposition which has the privilege of being true even if untrue [counter-factuals explored, proven impractical].

SOCIABILIC: Natural or divine given property of all humans; “Humans are social beings” [Greenhill, 1661].

THEOREM: True-Valid-Correct set of conclusions, without means of testing by empirical experiment.

DESIRE OF/FOR DESIRE: Longing for the sentiment which desire/desiring itself induces.

DESIRING DESIRE: “Self-induced desire of the desired (x)”. Induced desire for (x) which, seemingly, is irrational or aimless or without cause.

RHETORICALS: “Phronesis” [positive connotation], convincing, well-spoken, syntactic [linguistic], “pragmatic excellence” [pol.]

THEATRICALS: “Rhetoric” outside of domestic [negative connotation], dramatic, poorly crafted, (cheap) play.

DEMAGOGY: To rule by theatricals, to rule by popular support induced by theatricals. To have legitimacy, though without legality, albeit not necessarily unlawful.

DICTATORSHIP: To [attempt] rule by theatricals, lacking popular support, legitimacy or legality. Often, manipulates legal order from the executive. It does NOT rely on physical force but on apathy.

TYRANNY: To rule by physical confrontation of opposition.

SEMIOTICALS-”SUBSTANTIA: Essence-of-particular, essence-of-commodity, essence-of-term.

KNOWLEDGE-EPISTEMOLOGY-”EPISTEME: Processed applied knowledge, particular knowledge, [to-decide] by-case and/or by-legal-act [judicial].

EXISTENCE-BEING-ONTOLOGICAL-METAPHYSICAL: “(X)-In-Itself”, immanent, static, [to-decide] by [word & spirit] of-the-law [judicial].

PRAGMATICS: “By-result-without-intent” [eco., pol.], “switch-statements”, “circuits” [transdisciplinary], from data, efficiency, optimisation (…)

JUSTICE-JUST-RIGHTEOUS: Domestically contrived concept of foreign “Rule of Law” [Aus.] or “Lawful State” [Kar.]; Result of syncretic pursuit for the equivalence of legal theory to legal practice.

TRUE-VALID-CORRECT: Domestically contrived; Result of syncretic pursuit for the manifestation of mathematic conditionals: True, Conditionally True, Untrue. “True-Valid-Correct” can be both True or Conditionally True [conditions need be fully elaborated and explicit].

PROPRIETARY-PROPERTY OF: Signals ownership:

OWNERSHIP: Descriptive [adjective] and possessive [attribute], part-of, specific characteristic of a particular.

NAVIGATION: Spatial, orientation, point in graphed function [mat., comp., geo.], referential single [geo.], grounded:real [art].


EDITOR: RANASA (Royal Association of Nasphiliti Academy for Arts and Sciences)

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OVERVIEW

Author: Matthew Green
NCSAC: T991
Affiliation: University of Suhavenster, Institute of Systematizations


Nasphilitae ⟪nāsfɪlɪtɛ⟫, derived from a double word-play of:

(“-p-” is omitted)

…is a country on the continent of Crabry. North, bordered with Phanama; West, bordered with Esfalsa; South, bordered with Jakub; East (“Brownfield Coastline”) bordered with the southern portion (“Supra-South”) of South Pacific Ocean.
Temperature, annually, declines in axis of East-West, so too do sunlight days and annual precipitation. This serves the elaboration for its formerly rich biodiversity, which has since been reduced to the Thanes of Mason[north-west] & Fieldler[north]. Further, this serves the elaboration for its persisting-the-use-of symbolism: The Green Colour && The Green Roseflower.

(Pictured: The flag)

Nasphiliti economy is presumed to the property of the following: developing, emerging, or “newly (re)industrialised economies”.
This dispute is a produce of there existing clear, mere five political economic approaches, since its first settlement in 1589:

  • Mercantilism (1589-1777)
  • Industrialism[Capitalism] (1777-1901)
  • “Collective Agro-Industrialism”[Carl Darzen coinage] (1901-1988)
  • Post-industrialism (1988-2004)
  • “Import-substituted Isolationist Re-industrialism” (2004-2023)

Characteristics of[the economy] are: strict division of labour-sector; low inequality[equally impoverished]; social property in addition to state-public and private; former monopoly on two specific finance services[operations closed]

It is, as of 1960., officially the “Republican Electoral Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae”.

  • [Republic]:“Social offices held by all of society in the name of all society”-county level.
  • [Electoral Monarchy]:“Collective representative (HoS) subject to elections from candidates of the Peerage”
  • [Grand Duchy]:“Title of Duchy was granted with the Dominion; Grand was included as to distinguish full sovereignty in foreign affairs”

The fifteen families comprise the Peerage, each of title Peer, each with a Thane. In each Thane, per 5 Earldoms, Earls title of which is honorary[not hereditary].
While unitary it is highly regionalised[by Peerage & Earldoms] and delegated[by four cities and 75 counties]. Exceptionally, only the judicial profession is truly unitary[cooperative and harmonious on all three levels], albeit enjoying the highest sovereignty, chained by mandatory life akin to monastic property.
However, a there is no codified constitution, and as only it can decide:rule by estimating the intent of an accused, it enjoys statesmanship, formalised by “judicial interpretations”.


(Pictured: Thanes, Earldoms, Four cities and City Districts).

Culturally described as: “society of stasis”, “syncretic”, “bridge-valley”, “traumatisedisolated”, “convoluted in customs” (…) by domestic authors, all which seek to induce the same underlying instance of a “prism by intersection & negating the existence of substantia contradictions”. There can, by comparative, be observed certain notable characteristics proprietary to Nasphiliti society & culture.
It is strictly secular, yet has 95-98% of residence self-ascribing “highly religious”, with 85-91% weekly service attendance.
There exists strong emphasis on education even among the Industrialists[21st cc: state minimalists], yet other-such basic necessities are subject to neglect[Greene implies a criticism of the healthcare subsystem].
Thirdly, it does not conduct ethnicity in The National Registry, from which a safe assumption would be a clearer sense of identity[Greene alludes to immigration-assimilation policies], yet an official language lacks even discussion of there being the need for its declaration.

Discrepancy in matters related to “out-of-bounds”[Greene purposefully avoids the correct term:foreign affairs] is observable in high potentiality[inferred is mediation], result of rigorous training of the HM-ICDC staff in understanding the environment in which they serve. Contrasting, to HM-ICDC domestic policies of non-interventionism[inferred is criticism on how mediation is not manifested]


Editor note: Matthew Greene approaches foreign matters very delicately
in the ending statement - This is not exceptional, but is indicative
of it being considered a taboo to be discussed outside of HM-ICDC.

EDITOR: RANASA (Royal Association of Nasphiliti Academy for Arts and Sciences)

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ORDINANCE ON THE CONSTITUTIONAL AND ELECTORAL ACT (2024)

DISPOSITIVE: AUTHOR: High Duke Dawson Ernst. DATE: 01.01.2024. PROVIDED: Ayala Moran. STRENGTH: Constitutional Legislation


Table of Contents:


CONSTITUENCIES & SEATS

1 Voting Constituencies in the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae are consisted of the following offices: Communal Councils, Regional Councils and Urban Councils.
2 Voting Constituencies for the office of Communal Councils are termed “Communal Voting Constituencies”, for the office of Regional Councils “Regional Voting Constituencies” and for the office of Urban Councils “Urban Voting Constituencies”.

COMMUNAL, URBAN AND EARLDOM GOVERNANCE

3-a There are four “Urban Voting Constituencies” in Nasphilitae: Fort Masontown, Agorport, Suhavenster, and New Sorthane, together holding a total of 126 Communal Voting Constituencies.
3-b Each of the Four Urban Voting Constituencies are represented by a Mayor, as the people are represented in both the respective Communal Councils and the respective Urban Councils and will of which is enforced solely by the Communal Commissions and Urban Commissions, respectively.
3-c Officers of the Communal Councils and those of the Urban Councils are elected separately.
3-d Communal Commissions and Urban Commissions are consisted of members nominated by Officers of the Communal Councils and Urban Councils, respectively.
3-e The Mayor of the Urban Voting Constituencies is elected directly by all citizens of the Cities, as such he may be accountable only to the will of the citizens and no other Office.
4-a There are 75 Earldoms, each represented by an Earl before the Peerage, as the people are represented in each respective Regional Councils.
4-b The will of the Earldom is enforced in conjunction with the Regional Commission and the National Cabinet.
5 All Communal, Urban and Earldom governances & officers are held accountable to the National Offices of the National Parliament and the National Cabinet.
6 All Communal, Urban and Regional officers are elected using an multi-round exhaustive ballot until two candidates are left, after which the candidate with a relative majority is elected.

NATIONAL PARLIAMENT

6 The National Parliament is comprised of two Houses: The Upper House, whose Members represent the will of their respective Communal Voting Constituency and is nominated by the respective Communal Council; And The Lower House, whose Members represent the will of the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae.
7 The Upper House is comprised of 631 Members, elected in each of the 631 total Voting Constituencies, which mirror those of Communal Constituencies.
8 The Lower House is comprised of 225 Members, elected in each of the 15 total Thanes, wherein each Nominating Ballot nominates 15 candidates per Thane to be represented on general elections, for a total of 225 nominees.
9-a Nominees for The Lower House are subsequently subject to two-round national general elections, wherein the two nominees with the most votes proceed to the second round.
9-b 76 of the 225 seats are allocated among nominees which have received less than the aforementioned top two nominees using the Webster Method.
9-c 149 of the 225 seats are allocated among the two second round nominees using the D’Hondt Method.

ELECTION DATES & CANDIDATES

10 Elections for Officers of Communal and Regional Councils is held on 23rd of May, which must be called a minimum two months in advance.
11 Elections for the Officers of Urban Councils is held on 23rd of September, which must be called a minimum one month in advance.
12 Elections for the MPs of the Upper House is held on 15th of January, which must be called minimum two weeks in advance and with relative majority approval from the Lower House.
13 Elections for MPs of the Lower House is held every 1st November, which must be called a minimum six months in advance.
14 Officers may not hold any other elected nor executive public office.
15-a MPs of the Upper House may not hold any other elected nor executive public office.
15-b MPs of the Lower House may not hold any other elected public office.
16 Nominees and Officers for the Offices of Communal Councils and Regional Councils may only be members of local political parties.
17 Nominees, Candidates and MPs for the National Parliament may only be members of nation-wide political parties.
18 Nominees and Officers for the Office of Regional Councils must be members of either local or nation-wide political parties.

COALITIONS, CENSUS & EXECUTIVE FORMATION

19 All pre-electoral coalitions on all elections are prohibited.
20 Threshold census for all elections is 7.5% of total voter turn-out.
21 Sub-national Executive Commissions may consist exclusively of elected Officers in the respective Councils, regardless of political affiliation.
22 The National Cabinet is comprised of 11+1 Offices of the Cabinet, Heads of which must exclusively be MPs of the Lower House, nominated by the Upper House and upon joint approval from both the Head of Government and the Head of State.

FUNCTIONS OF THE ELECTED

23 The National Parliament is a Committee-type of a legislative, representative body.

COMMITTEES, DISMISSALS, IMMUNITY AND INTERNATIONAL LAW

24-a The National Parliament is a Committee legislative body, wherein all MPs of the Upper House are required to participate in Committees, each which mirror the aforementioned 11+1 Offices of the Cabinet.
24-b All MPs of the Lower House, which have not been nominated to the Offices of the Cabinet, are required to participate in the Plenary Committee.
25 The Plenary Committee is a permanent body of the National Parliament which serves to communicate, negotiate and compromise on legislation proposed by The National Cabinet, if disagreement on such legislation arises among Upper House Committees.
26 Each Head of an Office of the Cabinet is accountable to the Head of Government, the Head of State and the collective interest of Nasphilitae.
27 Collective accountability & subsequent dismissal of The National Cabinet is enforced only by Ordinance of the Head of State by discretion.
28 All elected Officers and MPs may be dismissed by: Relative majority on a nation-wide popular referendum; Unanimous agreement by all members of the Peerage; Their Ballot Nominees or Chairmen of their Political Parties.
29 Any Head of Cabinet, Officer nor MP enjoy legal immunity from investigations involving crime deemed as felony in domestic or foreign law.

VOTER ELIGIBILITY & TERM LENGTHS

30 All citizens of Nasphilitae, 16 and older, have the unalienable right to active voting.
31 All citizens of Nasphilitae, 25 and older, with no felony criminal record and membership in a political party, have the unalienable right to passive voting.
32 All persons elected to serve in sub-national Offices have a term of two years, with possibility for re-election of up to two additional times per lifetime, for a total of six years.
33 All persons elected to serve in the National Parliament or in The National Cabinet have a term of five years, with possibility of re-election of up to once per lifetime, for a total of ten years.
34 The Head of Government serves for a term of seven years with no chance of re-election.
35 The Head of Foreign Affairs serves for a term tied to the term of the Head of State, which is life-time.

HEAD OF GOVERNMENT AND THE HEAD OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

35 The Head of Government is nominated by the Head of State among members of the Lower House, conditional on relative majority approval from MPs of the Upper House.
36 The Head of Government serves as a channel of communication between The National Cabinet, The National Parliament, The Head of State and The Peerage.
37 The Head of Government is the Head Speaker of the Parliament, which includes both Houses, and the Speaker of The National Cabinet.
38 The Head of Foreign Affairs is selected by the Head of State with majority approval from The Peerage and The Earls.
39 The Head of Foreign Affairs is the Chief of Joint Command of the Armed Forces of Nasphilitae and the Chief of the Diplomatic Corpus.
40 The Head of State is the Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of Nasphilitae, the High Chief of the Ambassadorial & Consulate Corpus, and the Executive Director of the Agency for Documentation & Identification.

POLITICAL PARTIES: BUDGETING AND GERRYMANDERING

41 All political parties and their non-public activities, including electoral campaigning, are funded by private incentives.
42 All political parties which fail to pass the 7.5% threshold census are eliminated from the Registry with a suspension of re-registration of one year.
43 Internal organisation & structure of political parties falls under their own domain, as such any felony criminal activities committed by its members privately or itself are also liable to investigation, by guilt of association.
44 All funding received from private entities must be publicly announced, freely available and accessible for all citizens of Nasphilitae.
45 Internal borders of Thanes, Earldoms, Communal Voting Constituencies, Regional Voting Constituencies and Urban Voting Constituencies are fixed and any attempt at their restructuring is prohibited & a priori nullified.
46 Misdemeanors, inflicted by any public official, upon journalists, is considered a felony.
47 All forms of informal communication between any public official and any employee in whichever Court of Nasphilitae is strictly prohibited and considered a felony, including private relations.
48 Slander is permitted only during elections and limited to opposing participants for a public office.
49 Wages of Sub-National Officers & Staff is fixed to the average median salary of their respective voting constituency, provided by the respective voting constituency Budget.
50 Wages of all National Officials & Staff is fixed to the gross median salary of Nasphilitae, provided by the National Budget.

AMENDING AND NULLIFYING THE ACT

A- The Act may be amended by addition under the following procedure: Initiation by The National Cabinet or a relative majority of MPs in the National Parliament, with approval from the Head of State and Head of Government, before receiving absolute majority approval on general national referendum.
B-The Act may be amended by rectification under the following procedures:
P1: Initiation by referendum with at least 5% of the total population signatories, upon which a Privy Council is formed by the Plenary Committee, tasked with drafting the desired changes, before receiving absolute majority approval on general national referendum.
P2: Initiation by absolute majority of MPs in the National Parliament, with relative majority approval from the Peerage, before receiving absolute majority approval on general national referendum.
P3: Initiation by the Head of State or a relative majority of the Peerage, before receiving relative majority approval on general national referendum.
C-The Act may be nullified in its entirety, initiated either by referendum of at least 5% total population signatories or by relative majority of the Peerage, with a week of time-frame given to the Plenary Committee and The Head of Government for drafting a new technical replacement, which will act for a maximum of one month before a new replacement Act is enacted.


ANNEX I, II & III

ANNEX I: HEREDITARY TITLES & SUCCESSION

Nasphilitae recognizes two “high noble” titles and three “low noble” titles.

  • The High Duke is a high noble and the Head of State, whose title is not directly hereditary. The High Duke is nominated among the Fifteen Peers, two of which are subsequently placed upon approval among the 75 Earls, before contesting the general national election. The High Duke is elected for life and upon death, the election is held again. Among others, The High Duke is the Aerial Aircraft High Commander of the Royal Armed Forces, akin to the Marquis-Generals and Baron-Admirals.
  • The Peers are high nobility, comprised of Fifteen Peers, collectively called “The Peerage”. Each Peer is tied to one of the Fifteen Thanes. Both the Title and the Thane are hereditary, with the successor chosen by the Peer if a Royal Testament exists. In cases where no such Royal Testament exists, law of Absolute cognatic primogeniture is followed. Each Peer is tied to the Thane they own and is prohibited from abandoning it.
  • The Earls are low nobility, comprised of 75 Earls. Each Earl is tied to one of the 75 Earldoms. The Title is hereditary, following the same order of succession as that of the Peer. The Earl owns loyalty to the Peer in whose Thane they are bound to. Each Earl is prohibited from abandoning the land they own without approval from their suzerain Peer.
  • The Marquis-Generals & Baron-Admirals are low nobility without land, awarded by merit in the Royal Armed Forces. The Titles are conditionally hereditary, as they are subject to approval from the Peerage and the Earls. Marquis-Generals are Land Army High Commanders of the Royal Armed Forces. Baron-Admirals are Maritime Naval High Commanders of the Royal Armed Forces.
  • Knights are the lowest nobility, non-hereditary and with land awarded to them during knighting, which is hereditary. It is a ceremonially awarded title by merit, usually to NCOs which served under a Marquis-General or a Baron-Admiral.

ANNEX II: DIPLOMATIC, SECURITY & MILITARY PERSONNEL

The Royal University of Fort Masontown, The Royal Preparatory College & The Royal Primary Education Centers are barred from enrollment for non-nobles. Infant nobility is subject to rigorious training and education starting from age 4, when they are sent to Fort Masontown until they turn 19 and pass the ceremony of passage, after which they may leave Fort Masontown temporarily.
After the ceremony of passage, the noble is required to enroll into the RUFM. The RUFM consists of Program For the RAF, Program For the Foreign Affairs, and Program for the ADI. At age 12, each noble is guided for either of the two services, as selected by the wider Peerage upon assessing the infants abilities.
RUFM education is finished upon the age of 30, after which the Noble is no longer obliged permanent residence in Fort Masontown.

ANNEX III: CENTERS OF NATIONAL IMPORTANCE

  • The National Parliament is now seated in Suhavenster, formerly the Palace of The Royal Privy Council. Situated on a plateau which was once sloped and surrounded by a circular park which was once a forest of 3 kilometers in length, the entrance faces East.

  • The Royal Mint, National Treasury & the Central Bank are seated in Agorport, where The National Parliament once resided. Together with the foreclosed Peoples Grand Harbour, National Center for Import-Export Balance, Royal Maritime Port, and (the only active) Open Internal Market, they formed the first industrial zones in Nasphilitae. Each of the buildings entrances face each other, forming a half-circle.

  • The High Court, along with the High Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court are all seated just south of New Surthane, on the highest hill from the aforementioned centers. Entrances have been constructed as for all three buildings to look towards the other three cities; The High Court towards the National Parliament, High Court of Appeal towards Agorport, and the Supreme Court towards the RUFM.

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THE NATIONAL REGISTRY


(Re-launched, created, and verified by 121 Working Groups under Kayala and Collin.)

NOTE!: THE FOLLOWING NATIONAL REGISTRY IS ONLY NATIONAL AND DOES NOT INCLUDE INFORMATION FOR SUBNATIONAL UNITS.

Overview:

FOR FULL INFORMATION, VISIT THE OPAL PAGE: XLSVERSIONP_Data_Extract.xlsx - Google Sheets

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ESSAY ON DOMESTIC POLITICAL PARTIES: PLATFORMS, IMPLICATIONS AND FORECASTING

DISPOSITIVE:Author: Robert Stenhouse. DATE:01.00.2024. NCSAC CODE: 590.2024.


Table of Contents:

I CONTEXT

II POSTULATES

III PLATFORMS
UML
SDVP
SRP: Sustainable Reform Party
The Center
Ἷ Opportunity Party
CGC: Common Ground Coalition
ALDA
NNP: Nasphilitae National Party

IV SOCIO-CULTURAL IMPLICATIONS

V FORECASTING SYSTEMIC DOMESTIC CHANGES


CONTEXT

General “system” may be described as: “element-component of a whole, characteristic which are concepts of own structure or organisation, function or purpose, methods or approaches.” Within them as a freely observable sub-category are social systems or “collective, anthropocentric components as distinguished by explicit or implicit teleological purpose in achieving some agreed upon [by its own element-components or groups] goals.” One of which is a political system, loosely defined as a “method or approach by which (at least as perceived to be such by) a components [groups] relative truth is imposed onto other components.” Interconnected levels, distinguished by their specific actor-roles, compromise of the thermopolitical (interaction between external components), mesopolitical (interactions between internal components of itself) and stratopolitical (interactions between private human bodies).

Institutionalised impositions are a set of methods or approaches to the organising of an internal (mesopolitical) interactions, characterised by articulating its own (external, holistic) function through non-violent aggregation and competition of its sub-components respective relative paradigms. Models of these impositions are a result of interconnection with other social systems.

One of them is a “Shipwreck society” which views the state apparatus as utility, thus each internal group is determined by desire to shape collective utility in the vision of its own group. As an inherited social paradigm in which the mesopolitical entity is organised with the purpose of achieving some goal for which all of its components strive for; Most visible characteristic which is the constant competition between its composite groups for injecting their particular interests during articulation of collective interests.

Initial skepticism towards party structures stems from condensation of the Liquid (Shipwreck society) and the Heat (stigmatisation or the process by which its characteristics become and are kept implicit). Changes in favor of electoralism (are assumed) to have some (perceptive, possible to be perceived) cause(s). Perceptivisation of causes by compartmentalising (disassembling and reassembling) its (assumed) key compartments.

POSTULATES

Domestically, the Ordinance is reflective of previous attempts at regulating procedures within the mesopolitical. Acceptance of confining one groups methodics by the Ordinance is postulated, resulting in the continuation of the overall form of state, or regional (by vertical criteria) electoral monarchy (by horizontal criteria). It emphasises a two-round solution as chronological opposition to proportionality (practiced prior to the first dictatorship or period of militarism), presidentialism (cannot be practiced due to form of state) and transferable preferences (practiced since 1988.)

Dissolution of the P3 Coalition is reflective of historical differentiation within internal groups. As a result of its inception reasons (which orbit around religious freedom), utilisation of the state is compartmentalised within material aspects. From this, polar opposition between industrialism and unionism or more specifically their central roles with lacking identity-driven options, is also postulated. Further, pragmatism (as methodological approach which compromises between the empirical-data and the rational-cartesian) was adopted into the aforementioned polars. Analogous, differentiation occurred on the basis of methodical differences within each respective group, in regards to achieving the mesopolitical goals.

In contrast and as a result of novel interactions and determinants within the contemporary period, new political groups articulate the specific time-frame in which the mesopolitical exists. Consequently, relations between novice groups are lower in intensity than their predecessors, since its inceptions are resulting from disagreement on which aspects are displayed to be vital, rather than postulated agreement on the central nature of material relations.

The following aspects may be observed as to be perceived as vital by close observation of contemporary parties:

(Do Note That "Symbolics" Category Won't Be Explored)

  • Components

    1. Symbolics
    2. Internal Organisational Structure
    3. Attitudes
    4. ConstitutionalGoal
    5. Spiritual Predecessor
  • Symbolics
    1. Colour
    2. Ensign
    3. Motto
  • I.O.S.
    1. Cadric;Mass;Targeted
    2. Inductive(Bottom-To-Top);Deductive;Delegate;"Mass Line"
    3. Membership-Committee-Leader Relations
  • Attitudes
  • (Descriptive)
  • Constitutional Goal
  • (Descriptive)
  • Spiritual Predecessor
  • (Descriptive)

PLATFORMS

From a ”Chronopolitical”[refers to emphasis on a specific period of time with a political context] perspective, each entity is positioned in accordance to its own internal values as well as the values it perceives to be vital for the greater social reality. This is the implicit preposition of their platforms & campaigns.

Universal Chronopolitical outlook, which is to say that the political party spans the past, present and future, are noticed in: The SRP, Opportunity Party and The NNP. I find this important to mention as it is of my own opinion, that the reason behind their popularity (at least the polling popularity), lies precisely in this attribute.

Teleological Chronopolitical outlook, which is to say an emphasis is placed on past developments, are noticed in: The UML, SDVP and the CGC. I find this vital as the reason UML & SDVP divided wasn’t the P3 heritage, but the manner in which specific group rights are to be organised internally. Unlike the ”Praxis” wing, the ”Praxeological” wing divided among disagreeing that “Industrialist” interests are to be grouped or (to ALDA) “reduced”.

Future Chronopolitical outlook, speaking of ALDA their platform is heavily composed of either utopian or eschatological elements. Thus, they are the only entity with an emphasis on ”what is to come.

Statopolitical outlook to the surprise of none, the only entity which chose to focus on ”the present, current, what is now, how to improve it and how to solve it” is the inherited ”Pragmatic” wing of P3: The Center..

UML

Name: Unionist Mass Line
Acronym: UML
Internal Organisational Structure: Mass-Targeted, Mass Line, (saturated) Committee.
Explanation: Target audience of both membership and sympathisers include the minimum wage working class and the lower working class, as such it lies between “Mass” and “Targeted”. The ”Mass Line” decision-making includes a minimal platform with broad goals and principles pushed down-ward and formation of Committees (on dual principle: local and profession-based), each which form their own specified platforms. Due to the dual principle of Committees, as well as a “General Committee” in which the leadership leadership Committee together with all sub-Committees meet, it may be termed as a “Saturated Committee”
Attitudes: Internal voucher privatisation of Newly Industrialised Companies; Tri-Partite organisation of work-place environments (Union representative, Employer representative and state local representative), includes some environmental attitudes.
Constitutional Goal: Broad, Reformative. Legislation of existing Constitutional and “High” Acts. Includes reformed Agrarian Law.
Spiritual Predecessor: Union movements from the 19th and 20th centuries.

SDVP

Name: Social Democrat Vanguard Party
Acronym: SDVP
Internal Organisational Structure: Targeted, Delegate, (dual) Committee.
Explanation: Target audience includes “worker-inclined middle & upper-middle class members willing to guide union members and the state”. The delegate structure envisions that each sub-division of the political party votes for their representative and that the “Central Party Assemble” delegates their own representative for each sub-division. As such, the “General Committee” includes only those representatives.
Attitudes: Nationalisation (state-owned instead of public-owned) of Newly Industrialised Companies; Fiscally oriented solutions (tax-spend); Reformed central planning of national economies.
Constitutional Goal: Broad. Legislation of all existing Acts within the Constitution.
Spiritual Predecessor: Union movements since the P3 formation.

SRP

Name: Sustainable Reform Party
Acronym: SRP
Internal Organisational Structure: Mass, Inductive, Membership.
Attitudes: The base (fixed) platform is very minimal and includes only environmentalist reform, mixed voucher privatisation and Constitutional plans. The induced (mutable) platform includes expansive Rights of the Third Generation (or identity rights).
Constitutional Goal: Minimal, includes only how the state and its officials ought to be structured, based on existing Acts.
Spiritual Predecessor: NONE.

The Center

Acronym: NONE.
Internal Organisational Structure: Targeted, Deductive, Leadership.
Attitudes: Reminiscent of the original P3 Technocracy.
Constitutional Goal: Broad.
Spiritual Predecessor: Pragmatics. Interestingly, their contemporary base support is shared with the CGC.

Opportunity Party

Acronym: NONE.
Internal Organisational Structure: Cadric, Inductive, Leadership.
Explanation: “Cells” are formed on a neighborhood-level which meet twice a week. Membership in “cells” is closed and it is unknown how the procedure for application acceptance-rejection is conducted. Leaders of each “cell” meet on a monthly basis to vote for the Party leader.
Attitudes: Dynamic.
Constitutional Goal: Minimal-Reform. Includes restructuring the state apparatus in accordance to how the party is structured. (Note: This attitude is shared with the NNP, which is one of the reasons as to why their sympathisers share the same socio-economic background, namely the urban poor).
Spiritual Predecessor: NONE.

CGC

Acronym: CGC
Internal Organisational Structure: Targeted, Delegate, (Single) Committee.
Explanation: As elaborated here, the target audience is the “median voter”. The structure is analogous to a pyramid, wherein “the Central Council” is further devolved (regionally) into “Delegate-Councils”, tasked with membership expansion.
Attitudes: Upon dissolution of the P3, CGC managed to obtain a portion of the Pragmatic wing (along with the Praxeologists), which lead to the deep reformation of their anticipated policy platform. Namely, their contrary (to ALDA) goal was to appease the “median voter”.
Constitutional Goal: Broad (similar to The Center, point of divergence to ALDA)
Spiritual Predecessor: Praxeology, Pragmatics.

ALDA

Acronym: ALDA
Internal Organisational Structure: Mass, Inductive-Deductive, Membership.
Explanation: Due to the Ordinance order regarding private budgeting of political parties, the ALDA insisted on a principle of ”payment-for-representation”. Membership fee guarantees that the private interests you wish to display via ALDA is incorporated. This practice places ALDA as the closest party to an interest group.
Attitudes: Numerous, due to the nature of their I.S.O.
Constitutional Goal: Minimalist, to include the bare minimum of standards for state offices.
Spiritual Predecessor: Praxeology (partially).

NNP

Acronym: NNP
Internal Organisational Structure: Cadric, Deductive, Leadership.
Attitudes: The most notable policy which NNP advocated for is structured around a return to militarism.
Constitutional Goal: Minimal-Reform. Includes restructuring the state apparatus in accordance to how the party is structured.
Spiritual Predecessor: The First Dictatorship (partial).

Graphed Overlook

UML SDVP SRP The Center Opportunity Party CGC ADLA NNP
Membership Acquisition Method Mass-Targeted Targeted Mass Targeted Cadric Targeted Mass Cadric
Decision Procedure Mass Line Delegate Inductive Deductive Inductive Delegate Inductive-Deductive Deductive
Key Body (Saturated) Committee (Dual) Committee Membership Leadership Leadership (Single) Committee Membership Leadership

SOCIO-CULTURAL IMPLICATIONS

Two reasons (list is not exhaustive) which come to mind as to why the shift in favour of political parties occurred lie in party organisation and simplicity of achieving personal goals, which the party organisation offers.

FORECASTING SYSTEMIC DOMESTIC CHANGES

Simplest manner by which changes may be assumed, is to illustrate them as key policy attitudes:

Graphed Policy

UML SDVP SRP The Center Opportunity Party CGC ADLA NNP
Policy Focus Economic, Social Economic, Educative Environmental, Civic, Health (Overton Window) Economic, Legislative, Social (Overton Window) Legislative Legislative, Social, Military
ISI/NIC Reformation Socialisation Nationalisation Trade facilitation Trade facilitation Privatisation Trade facilitation
Social Policy Through mixed market Fiscal reform Subsidies Fiscal reform (Extensive)
Energy-Enviromental Reform
Health Reform
Public Housing Policy
Public Education Policy
Drug Liberalisation
Military Reform
LGBT Reform
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Highly Productive Developmental Monetary Impoverishment:

Case Study Analysis & Practical Policy Paper: Nasphilitae Past & Present

DISPOSITIVE: Authors: Kamala Cohen, Candice Cohen. DATE: 01.24.2024.NCSAC CODE: 614,634.2024.


ToC:

1Abstract and Summary

2Sector Overview, Allocation Argument

3Productivity Overview and Argument

4Historical Economic Policies of Regimes


Abstract and Summary:

Goal: Dissect and detect causes behind low living standards of Nasphilitae.

Rejected Presupposition: Colloquially, past periods (whichever one prefers) are seen with rose tinted glasses. We are skeptical of this nostalgia. The period scope ranges from 1852 to 2023/2024.

Method: Procedural elimination of possible causes until endemic deficiencies are left.

Summary of findings:

(1) Cause is only partially within the mismanaged allocation of resources to specific sectors. However, this topic often over-represented as the single factor. In truth, it is negligible, as certain sectors appear in boom & recession cycles when contextualised by cliometrics.

(2) Cause is NOT within the (lack of) productivity of labour. There exists a discrepancy between production output and living standards growth. This state of overproduction might have been an intention (to be termed: “domestic market dumping”) as to keep domestic CPI and wages low. However, intentions of regimes is not the topic of this paper.

(3) CONTRARY to popular belief, the political and public systems are not determinants for the economic system, historically nor at present. There exists a continuous trend in which the economic system subjects both public discourse and political actors.

(4) The leading cause behind low living standards id deductible to a black box of constant, volatile monetary and trade policy changes.

Practical Policy Recommendations:

(1) GRADUAL TRANSITION OF TRADE POLICY is strongly advocated as to avoid the perpetually repeating cycle of ~15 year shock therapies and their fluctuations. Since 1952, there have been 6 extreme regimes in regards to trade regulations, all of which have caused NEEDLESS volatile fluctuations and externalities.

(2) IN CONTRAST, ADAPTATION OF (ANY) MONETARY POLICY. We are running an entire macroeconomic havoc due to lack of money supply. If every form of available capital is equitable, what’s the point in any form of policy planning? How do you expect to enact (insert preference) form of economic reform without Foreign Currency Exchange Rate Indicators? What is the value and how did you come to of one Nasphiliti Pacifican Pound? The exchange rate is always on a stop value by brokers because the Royal Mint hasn’t determined parity since 1952.


Sectors Overview, Allocation “Argument”

https://www.datawrapper.de/_/tM7g2/

We’d like to divert attention to two sectors here: “Biochemical” and “Open Financial Services” as the key anomalies. Why Innsbolt[head of government 2004-2023] allocated funding to market creation of a domestic Biochemical Industry, is a question which will keep us up at night until the day we die. However, the question should be: Is it profitable? Yes, it has contributed to much pollution, a very profitable factor for it. Financial services here refer to the Clearing-Factoring Foreign Monetary Center[foreclosed company] in Agorport. It was foreclosed after the P3 wonder children decided to experiment with double-ballot SNTV.

Regardless of this nonsense, we cannot seriously contribute a wider macroeconomic crisis merely to the management of two companies. Still, they are noted.


Productivity Overview and “Argument”

What is meant by “labour productivity” is a sum of multiple indices relating to how much tangible capital is created. This is not to be confused with “capital” in its narrow context, which is to say financial capital, which is apparently intangible (possibly mythic) in Nasphiliti political economy.

https://www.datawrapper.de/_/ovVfv/

We wished to be fully explicit here since there are circulating arguments on Innsbolt creating “employment without production value”, which isn’t true, Innsbolt created overproductive employment without purchasing value.

For anyone wondering, the component which is lacking here is investment capital. There is production growth flooding domestic demand. However, due to the oligopolic nature of ISI policy, the CPI is not reflective of this event.


Historical Economic Policies of Past Regimes

Despite a 1-page scroll up data showing that the “golden age of Queen Dorothy and King Darzens” was a result of renegotiating colonial duties, the domestic public will insist on no relation between titling of a Grand Duchy on 20th May 1852 with visible exponential growth of domestic manufacturing.

https://www.datawrapper.de/_/vbme2/

Rationalisation of colonial duties (into monetary payments) lead to accumulation of primary capital which Darzens used to expand workers rights. This was followed by the spiritual predecessors to P3 arguments in the HR department. Sadly, the discussion was cut short by the Military Junta and its reached peak of 1952 when we were granted independence, because a supply line of 14,000 kilometers across a warring Capricorn was somehow not profitable. Ingenious nature of the Junta mandated conscription, which lead to its own downfall.

There is one trend we’d like to address. A regime in Nasphilitae lasts about 15 years. Every subsequent political regime radically shifts trade policies without consolidating a monetary approach beforehand.

That would be all from us. Good luck.

Nasphilitae: Physical geography, climatology & environment (Summary)

DISPOSITIVE: Authors:Elena Bartlett, Sera Clayton, Oaklynn Eldred. NCSAC Code: 207.2024.


ToC:

1. Physical geography, climatology & environment

Physical geography, climatology & environment

1.1. General Physical Geography:Elena Bartlett

Nasphilitae is located entirely in the southern temperate zone, covering (approximation) 48° to 55° South in latitude and 22° to 26° West in longitude, lying on the continent of Crabrys eastern coastline. There exists four-six distinct areas with minor degrees of variance between each. Three key features are evident across the entire country, including:

1) A strong Oceanic stream, a vital feature for primitive naval navigation, which brings with it humid air. As there are no topographic barriers in the north nor in the north-east, the airflow causes strong winds across the country during spring and autumn, with high rainfall in the temperature summer and at least two snowfalls in the winter.

2) Monotone hydrography, since there are no significant streams or bodies of water in the interior of the country. Due to high percipitation all-year round, this feature doesn’t cause desertification, but has often created significant damages through flooding in “The Inclinelands”.

3) Diverse biome exchanges, including (from north-south and east-west) grassland meadows & swamps, temperate broadlief & mixed forests, Pacific temperate rain forests, and Cloud forests.


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1.2. Environmental Characteristics; Biomes, Geology and Five Areas:Oaklynn Eldred

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The observable distinct regions with their specifics include:

  1. Old open coastline: "Outer-indented" areas in the north and south of the coastline. Distinct by geology comprising marine deposits and higher likelihood of broadlief and mixed forests.
  2. Open shoreline angle: "Inner-indented" areas in the center of the coastline, whose characteristics stretch deeper into the continental area. Distinct by geology comprising siltstone and mostly grassland meadows & swamps. Due to rich fertile soil, some explanations believe to be a result of a former inland sea which resided.
  3. "The Inclinelands": Aforementioned area stretching north-south across the country, characterised by frontal weather storms and strong winds. Mostly deforestated areas, replaced by agricultural terraces.
  4. Western Mountranges: Strongly characterised by warmer temperatures (for the area) and Pacific temperate rainforests, not present in the rest of the country. A lot of populated settlements were found "behind" or "around" these dense rainforests, which acted as a protective layer from climate of the Inclinelands. Includes three protected national parks.
  5. Southern Mountranges: Characterised by coldest temperatures in the country and Cloud forests. Least populated area (exception of New Sorthane) with the least form of anthropocentric environmental changes. Geologists date back the soil as to have been the oldest present continental area in the country, though this lacks consensus. Includes six protected national parks, with the richest retained biodiversity.


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    1.3. Climate Characteristics; Air pressure, thunder and rainfall:Sera Clayton

    The aforementioned Oceanic stream airflow brings with it clouds and high air pressure, conflicting with the low air pressure and clouds of the Western and Southern Mountranges, covering “The Inclinelands”. This causes strong thunderstorms and unpredictable weather patterns along the middle of the country, which explains lack of population density in the area. Despite this, it has been subjected to deforestation, as it contributes the largest area for agriculture.

    Average annual percipitation varies from 1,200 to 1,600 mm caused by aforementioned orographic effects and frontal activity. Average annual temperatures are fairly uniform within the area, especially at coastal locations where annual temperature differences between localities varying around 0°C (winter) to 25°C (summer). The Inclinelands vary around -5°C (winter) to 20°C (summer). The Western Mountrange is warmer than the Southern (-2°C and -7.5°C winter respectively) Mountranges (22°C and 17°C summer), likely cause-effecting the characteristic biome differences between the two.

Opening Statements:

(IaN and OPAL Staff)

What you are about to see is a public play which occurred on 9th of February. It’s been transferred as two “slides” for efficiency. If you were to slowly examine the graphics, you could immerse yourselves well enough for the authentic play. However, as this will be broadcasted Trans-Pacifica, after tomorrow or tomorrow coming (depending on the elected government and opposition) this format is then suitable.


The Play is titled, “Nasphilitae”. It covers the Nasphilitae widely, but without depth, in each of the parts.
The Play is divided thematically, through a slide.
Slide One is titled: “The Postulates from Voyages long-gone.”
Slide Two is titled, “The Nasphiliti : Long forgotten, Where is it now?”



Now, approach the Slide Two titled, “The Nasphiliti : Long forgotten, Where is it now?” And just enjoy!

Now the Second Play, you should pay attention and so should I who am i playing again? ok Oh Okk Yeah. Sera Clayton? Yeah ok.


Containment Act on Rules, Protocols, Procedures and Regulations of Public Offices

Independent Agency for Documentation (IAD): Department of OPAL

Category: Act of The National Parliament

Head-Director of IAD: Ayala Moran


Dispositive: Chapter I regulates the Public Offices and holders in relation to the National Parliament. Chapter II regulates the operating of the Parliamentary Houses and MPs. Chapter III covers confidentiality, judicial relations, details petition protocols, as well as introducing IAD and the RAFI. Chapter IV is a list of appended Annex which were imperative for the Bill to pass; It details the Legislative Procedure and requirements for Bills to be passed on basis of origin of that Bills proposal. Additional obstructions included changes to independent MPs and question of MP mandates in relation to the political party in Chapter II, Section 2, Rules 7-10.

-Ayala Moran


Quick Links:

1. Rules of Procedure

2. Constituent Assemblies, Agenda and Timetable of Conventions, Conduct of Sittings, Maintenance of Order

3. Implementations of The Plenary Committee, Public Engagement, Third Branch Independence and External Information

4. APPENDIX: Annex Rules Regarding Legislative Procedure, Agenda and Voting of Bills


1.1. Rules of Procedure of The National Parliament

§ ¶ The National Parliament of Nasphilitae is the supreme executive and legislative branch authority in the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae.

¶ The National Parliament of Nasphilitae is Bicameral and consists of the Upper House and the Lower House.

¶ The Upper House is comprised of 631 MP elected in their constituency on local elections following a FPTP system of choosing the victor.

¶ The Lower House is comprised of 225 MP elected using a two-round voting system on national elections following a mixed proportional quota, in which the two runner-up candidates proceed to the second round held 5 days after the first, after which the political party with the most votes is declared winner

¶ Leader of the winning party in National Elections assumes office the day after the second round; While inauguration of the executive Cabinet is held 7 days after his assumption of office.

1.2. The Speaker of The National Parliament and The Head of Government

§ ¶ The Speaker of The National Parliament and The Head of Government of Nasphilitae is the leader of the winning party which has the most seats in the Lower House.

¶ The HoG is tasked with forming an absolute majority of all MP in the Lower House and a relative majority in the Upper House upon election.

¶ The HoG is authorised with nomination of the executive Cabinet Offices upon assuming office and before inauguration of the executive Cabinet, nominees of which must be MP of the ruling parties.

¶ The HoG is authorised with dismissal of the executive Cabinet Officers only upon providing replacement, which must be MP of the same political party which held the Office prior to dismissal.

¶ The HoG coordinates work of the Cabinet Offices and is authorised with administrative tasks within the Cabinet.

1.3. Chairs of the Lower House and Upper House of The National Parliament

§ ¶ Chairs of the Lower House and the Upper House of The National Parliament are nominated and elected on the first constituent sitting Assembly.

¶ Chair of the Lower House is nominated by the Head of the HM Shadow Government.

¶ Chair of the Upper House is nominated by The Representative of the Plenary Committee.

¶ Chairs of both Houses are tasked to act as administrative officials and are the only MP which are forbidden from behaving along political party lines.

¶ Further authorisations of the Chairs are regulated in Chapter 2.

1.4. Executive Offices of The Executive Government & Guiding Principles

§ ¶ Persistent with Section 2 Rules 3-5, Officers of the Executive Government are nominated and dismissed by the Head of Government.

¶ Each Officer is responsible for the sector they are nominated and may, upon consultation with the HoG, structure the administrative tasks of their sector freely, limited only by merit system and loyalty to the well-being of the collective interests of Nasphilitae.

¶ Accountability of each Officer within the collective Executive Government is individual.

¶ Accountability of each Officer, amplified in procedure of presenting legislative Bills, is held collectively.

¶ Dismissal of one Officer, when initiated by the MP’s of the Lower or the Upper House, initiates the dismissal of the collective Executive Government.

¶ Total number of the Executive Offices is 10 not including Office of the HoG, which is treated as an additional +1.

1.5. Head of HM Shadow Government, Parliamentary Committees & Guiding Principles

§ ¶ Head of the HM Shadow Government is the leader of the losing runner-up party as persistent with Chapter 1, Section 1, Rules 4 and 5.

¶ All Rules of the Head of the HM Shadow Government and the Heads of Parliamentary Committees are mirrored by rules of the HoG and the respective Executive Offices, mentioned in Chapter 1, Sections 1-4.

1.6. The Representative of the Plenary Committee, Plenary Commissions & Guiding Principles

§ ¶ Representative of the Plenary Committee, including Heads of Commissions and Lead Directors of Working Groups, are selected by prrinciples of expertise and merit, after which a list of most competent candidates are elected in the Lower House, with non-binding relative majority approval from MP’s of the Upper House.

¶ Members of the Plenary Committee, when acting in the name of this Public Office, are forbidden from acting in accordance to political party lines.

¶ The Plenary Committee as a collective Public Office works in the name of the collective interests of Nasphilitae and its citizens.

1.7. Privileges and Duties of Members of Parliament

§ ¶ Parliamentary Privilege includes legal immunity, exercised as grant of protection against civil or criminal liability during their service in The National Parliament.

¶ All MP’s are exempt from proceedings on the grounds of slander and contempt of court.

¶ Parliamentary Privilege is enjoyed only while on the territorial grounds of The National Parliament.

¶ MP’s which serve as Executive Officers are exempt from proceedings on the grounds of confidentiality breach only in communication with each other, the HoG, The Grand Duke and The Plenary Committee as a collective Public Office.

¶ MP’s which serve in the Shadow Government are exempt from proceedings on the grounds of confidentiality breach only in communication with each other, the Head of the HM Shadow Government, The Grand Duke and The Plenary Committee as a collective Public Office.

¶ Immunity from breach of confidentiality is enjoyed only while on the territorial grounds of the Offices in which the Executive Officers and the Parliamentary Committees operate.

¶ The Grand Duke, Head of HM Cabinet for Foreign Affairs, the Head General of the Armed Forces of Nasphilitae, and the Director of the Agency for Documentation and Identification may not be subject to active exercise of Parliamentary Privileges by the Elected Officials.


2.1. Constituent Assembly Protocols

§ ¶ The Constituent Assembly is held 5 days after the Head of Government assumes office.

¶ The Constituent Assembly is obligatory attended by all elected MP’s of both Houses, absenting from it is punishable by dismissal of the mandate given on elections.

¶ The Constituent Assembly is the only Sitting in which both Houses are Convened & Adjourned simultaneously and the only Sitting in which the Presiding MP is the Speaker & Head of Government.

¶ The Constituent Assembly is tasked with nominating and electing all Public Offices mentioned in Chapter 1.

2.2. Protocols of Convention and Adjourning

§ ¶ Sittings of the Lower House are Presided by Chair of the Lower House, which is tasked to Convene and Adjourn each Sitting, in accordance to Chapter 2, Sections 3 and 4.

¶ Sittings of the Upper House are Presided by Chair of the Upper House, which is tasked to Convene and Adjourn Each Sitting, in accordance to Chapter 2, Sections 3 and 4.

¶ Convention of each ordinary Sitting begins at 0900 AM.

¶ Adjourning of each ordinary Sitting, unless otherwise decided by qualified (Chair initiated and without 3/5 objection of present MP’s) majority, is to be announced at 0500 PM and end by 0600 PM.

2.3. Rules of Agendas and Timetables

§ ¶ The Executive Office, HM’s Shadow Government and The Plenary Committee, as collective bodies, are tasked with informing Chairs of both Houses on legislation which they seek to pass at least 48 hours ahead of time.

¶ The Chair of the Lower House is to prepare and present Agendas of Sittings each Saturday and Sunday, informing all MP’s of its contents 24 hours before the ordinary Sittings are Convened, which is every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

¶ The Chair of the Upper House is to prepare and present Agendas of Sittings each Sunday and Wednesday, informing all MP’s of its contents 24 hours before the ordinary Sittings are Convened, which is every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

¶ If no Agenda is received, the Sitting may construct an Agenda which is suggested by present MP’s in consultation with the respective Presiding Chair.

2.4. Conduct of Sittings, Maintenance of Order and Dismissal of Membership

§ ¶ Sittings in which a Bill is discussed, which is to say in which an Agenda was received, follow a reading of the final draft Bill, after which MP’s are given 3 hours to discuss the substantive contents of the draft, before Parliamentary Chamber meetings of each Party is held time for which is 2 hours, after which results from those meetings are presented.

¶ Presentations of each Party must not exceed 10 minutes.

¶ Presentations which do not include amendments to the Bill are considered to be non-objectifying presentations, after which a Voting must be held.

¶ Presentations which include amendments to the Bill are considered objectifying, in which case the Party which presented the initial Bill and the Party which presented the amended Bill are given an additional hour of discussion, in replies whose lengths must not exceed 10 minutes, after which another Parliamentary Chamber meeting is held which lasts for an hour.

¶ After the final Parliamentary Chamber meeting, there is to be a preliminary Voting in which all opposing drafts are put to vote.

¶ The Chairs are tasked with maintaining order and respect of the respective House.

¶ Continuous (two-time) obstruction of the legislative procedure are to be sanctioned by the respective Presiding Chair in which the obstructing MP(s) are temporarily removed from the Meeting.

¶ Continuous (more than two Sittings) obstruction of the legislative procedure are to be sanctioned by the respective Presiding Chair in which the obstructing MP(s) memberships to The National Parliament, and any Public Office held, is permanently dismissed.

2.5. Rules of Voting and Independent Members of The National Parliament

§ ¶ Preliminary voting, as elaborated in Section 4 Rules 4 and 5, lasts for 15 minutes.

¶ Preliminary voting exempts MP’s from their Party lines.

¶ Option with a relative majority of support from all present MP’s in Preliminary voting is considered the winning one and final voting is conducted henceforth.

¶ Final voting in the Lower House requires an absolute majority of approval from the total number of MP(s) in the Lower House to pass.

¶ Final voting in the Upper House requires an absolute majority of approval from all MP’s present in the Sitting of the Upper House to pass.

¶ MP’s in Final Voting are required to vote in accordance to their Party lines.

¶ Bills admitted in each House require approval from the other House before being enforced, rules of which are to be covered by law covered in Chapter 4.

¶ No MP may switch the Parliamentary Group of the political party on whose ballot they were elected

¶ An MP may leave the political party by which they were elected, gaining the status of an Independent MP.

¶ No MP may switch the Parliamentary Group of the political party on whose ballot they were elected, in favour of an opposing one.


3.1. Privilege Right to Information for Members of The Plenary Committee

§ ¶ (Removed and replaced in Chapter 1 Section 7).

3.2. Criminal Prosecution Implementations from The Plenary Committee

§ ¶ The Plenary Committee as a collective body is tasked with Inquiry into breach of criminal law by Public Officials nominated or elected into office through The National Parliament.

¶ Records of The Plenary Committee regarding possible breach of criminal law are required to be passed to the Third Branch without delay.

¶ Records of The Plenary Committee regarding possible breach of criminal law are bound by confidentiality, access to which is enjoyed only by its members and employees in the Third Branch.

¶ False accusations with malicious, political intent, by the Plenary Committee members (not as a collective body) are liable to permanent dismissal from all Public Offices and prosecution from the Third Branch.

3.3. Privileges & Duties of The Judicial Third Branch

§ ¶ The Third Branch enjoys privilege of protection from all coercion by any other Public Office.

¶ The Third Branch enjoys the privilege of absolute self-administration of itself and its constituent institutions and employees.

¶ The Third Branch is tasked with employing its staff by strict rules of merit, as well as sanctioning of its staff and employees if any breach of Nasphiliti law is conducted by them.

¶ The Third Branch is tasked to cooperate with The Plenary Committee in matters relating to breach of criminal law by Public Officials.

¶ The Third Branch may begin prosecution of Public Officials by giving a notice of inquiry to The Plenary Committee, if it suspects a breach of criminal law has been conducted by a Public Official.

¶ Extraordinarily and with approval from the Head of State, the Third Branch may begin inquiry and prosecution if and only if it is believed that The Plenary Committee is associated to breach of criminal law in conjunction with another Public Office or by itself.

3.4. Independent Agency for Documentation of OPAL

§ ¶ IAD of OPAL is tasked with documenting and archiving passed Laws and Regulations as well as any official documentation it deems worthy of public knowledge.

¶ Head-Director of IAD is nominated by rules of merit and expertise in law but not an active practitioner within The Third Branch.

3.5. Royal Agency for Foreign Information of the HM Cabinet

§ ¶ The RAFI is to serve as replacement to the temporary body of T.M.C. in informing cross-Pacifica on matters relating to the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae.

¶ Staff of The RAFI is to be determined by the Head of HM Cabinet for Foreign Affairs, including its constitutive administration, protocol and institutions.

¶ RAFI is to nominate a Head Reporter, which is to work in conjunction with the NAACN, in presenting brief information regarding the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae.

¶ RAFI is prohibited from cross-communication with any member or any institution of the Agency for Identification & Documentation; Further prohibitions are to be regulated by Royal Law.

3.6. Rules & Principles Regarding Plebiscites, Referendum, Recalls & Initiative Petitions

§ ¶ Initiative Petitions include a given percentage of the citizens of the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae which may officially propose a law.

¶ Initiative Petitions may be passed to any Public Office, which upon being received, is required to inform the Chairs of the Houses and the Grand Duke.

¶ Initiative Petitions, upon being received by the Chairs of the Houses and the Grand Duke, are to be structured in a legislative form without changing the substantive nature of its contents.

¶ Records of the structuring and the initial Petition must be kept and presented on the Agenda together with the new form of the Petition.

¶ The Petition becomes a Bill upon being presented on the Agenda, which then follows the same protocol as any other Bill.

¶ Recalls include a given percentage of the citizens of the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae which may call for the removal of a Public Official from Office.

¶ Recalls must be given to The Third Branch, The Representative of The Plenary Committee and to the Grand Duke.

¶ Recalls must be processed in accordance to rules of Chapter 2 Sections 2 and 3 within 72 hours of being received, upon which the same procedure follows.

¶ Referendum is hereby defined as: Popular vote regarding formal (legal) soundness of a proposed Bill.

¶ Referendum may be called by whomever proposes the Bill, results of which are non-binding.

¶ Plebiscite is hereby defined as: Popular vote regarding substantive nature of a proposed Bill.

¶ Plebiscites may be called by any Public Office, results of which are non-binding, and serve to gauge the public opinion regarding the given Bill.


4.1. Legislative Procedure of the Executive Offices

ANNEX I: Procedure on Bills proposed by the Executive Offices (with or without amendments) are initiated in the Upper House, upon being admitted by the Upper House, require a relative majority in the Lower House, after which it is passed to the Head of Government for final admission of the Bill into Law.

4.2. Legislative Procedure of the Parliamentary Committees

ANNEX II: Procedure on Bills proposed by the Parliamentary Committees OR by the Shadow Government may be initiated in the Upper House or in the Lower House.

ANNEX III: If initiated in the Upper House, procedures regulated by Chapter 2 follow, and require absence of objection by 3/5 members in the Lower House, after which it is passed to the Head of Government which is obligated to admit the Bill into Law.

ANNEX IV: If initiated in the Lower House, procedures regulated by Chapter 2 follow; with addition that the Upper House may call for a re-negotiation of the same Bill if its passage failed in the Lower House, upon active insist of 3/5 members in the Upper House.

4.3. Regulations of Quorum and Voting of Bills

ANNEX V: Votes of all MP’s are recorded and documented, including on failed Bills, archived and passed by the Chairs of the Houses to the Peerage.

ANNEX VI: No Quorum is required for non-constitutive Sittings to be Convened or Adjourned; However, individual MP’s which fail to attend three consecutive weeks or a total of six weeks over the course of a year are subject to replacement by an MP of the same political party as the one being sanctioned.


Additional Information:

FIRST BILL DRAFT PROPOSAL DATE: 09.02.2024.
NUMBER OF DISMISSALS: 3
FINAL BILL PROPOSAL DATE: 11.02.2024.
FINAL VOTING (LOWER HOUSE): 219 6
FINAL VOTING (UPPER HOUSE): 589 42
DATE OF ACT SIGNED INTO LAW: 11.02.2024.
DATE OF BEING ENFORCEABLE: 12.02.2024.

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Royal-Judiciary Act on Codifying Internationalisation of International Law

Joint Act of the Supreme Court and the HM Cabinet for Foreign Affairs regarding the automatic application and enforcement of International law & customs into the domestic legal system


Independent Agency for Documentation:Department of OPAL

Prepared by: Ayala Moran


Accreditation (Signatories):

  • Supreme Court of the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae.
  • Head of HM Cabinet for Foreign Affairs (Earl Quinlan Emmersonn).
  • Grand Duke and Head of State of the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae (High Duke Dawson Ernst)
  • Head of Government of the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae (Syd G. Payton)

Category: Supreme Law; Royal Law.

Date of Enforcement: 13.02.2024.

Date of Application Admission: By 15.02.2024.
High Ambassador Admitted and Date of Nomination: Md. Adrianna Rolston (14.02.2024)

Seat of HM Cabinet for Foreign Affairs: Fort Masontown, municipality #2, Blackflower Street #22.
Seat of the Supreme Court: New Sorthane, municipality #10, Acacia Street #4.


Dispositive: The following Act authorises the automatic adoption of current and future international law & customs into the domestic legal system. Entities (physical persons, private businesses, and public offices) which are holders of the Nasphiliti citizenship are henceforth subject to international law & customs, their prosecution of which will be handled by domestic Judicial institutions. In the event of a conflict of laws (namely extradition and inspection of domestic conduct by international bodies), the dispute will be settled orally, in which the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae will be represented by the Head of the HM Cabinet for Foreign Affairs, in consultation with the Head of State and the Supreme Court. The following Act also ”a priori” sanctions all state entities which have been determined to break international law & customs by either the following Act or an international institution.


CONTENTS:

  1. Chapter I: The Head Ambassador & the Speaker of the WF
  2. Chapter II: Observer Status of the Head Ambassador and relations with WF Committees
  3. Chapter III: The Supreme Court, IACO and the International Court
  4. Chapter IV: Country Code of the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae
  5. Chapter V: Relations to the ILTC
  6. Chapter VI: Relatons to the ICHPP
  7. Chapter VII: Relations to the ESCA
  8. Chapter VIII: Adaptation of the TPNW, Expansion to Biological and Chemical Weapons and Automatisation of Sanctions to non-compliant States
  9. Chapter IX: International Customs:Anti-Dumping Regulations, Territorial Waters and Four Freedoms

Chapter I: The Head Ambassador & the Speaker of the WF

§ The Head Ambassador of the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae to the World Forum will be selected following rules of merit, nominated by the Head of the HM Cabinet for Foreign Affairs, upon unilateral confirmation of the Fifteen Peers, and granted the title upon accreditation from the Head of State.

§ The Head Ambassador of the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae to the World Forum will be admitted with standard letter of accreditation whose contents are aligned with the standards of the HM Cabinet for Foreign Affairs and the World Forum.

§ The Head Ambassador of the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae is to be a permanent official to the World Forum in constant communication with other world representatives and with the domestic HM Cabinet for Foreign Affairs, as such they are to represent the collective interests of the country before the World Forum.

§ Staff of the Embassy mission to the World Forum may operate autonomously under the jurisdiction of the Head Ambassador and the Head of HM Cabinet for Foreign Affairs, conditional on prior nomination of the administrative staff, procedure of which is the same as defined in Section 1 of this Act.

Chapter II: Observer Status of the Head Ambassador and relations with WF Committees

§ The Head Ambassador hereby receives authorisations to represent the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae as an observer to the World Forum.

§ The Head Ambassador is tasked to participate by observation on matters related to the five Committees of WF and duly inform the HM Cabinet for Foreign Affairs on developing matters which the Head of the respective HM Cabinet is to bring attention of to The National Parliament via the Chairs.

§ The Head Ambassador may suggest full membership of the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae to the World Forum, to the Head of the HM Cabinet for Foreign Affairs or the Head of State, which are tasked to bring such a suggestion and reasons for it before The National Parliament; All mentioned institutions must not objectify to such a suggestion for it to be enforceable.

Chapter III: The Supreme Court, IACO and the International Court

§ The Supreme Court of the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae withholds authorisations to conduct inquiry, prosecution, trials and rulings defined in WF Resolution 1b Section B, applicable only towards “Entities” related to the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae itself.

§ The Supreme Court is to structure a Department within itself in accordance which mirrors that of WF Resolution 1b Section D the closest possible.

§ The Supreme Court cannot be used by “Entities” which have no relation to the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae and in events where such Entities are found to be residing domestically will be subject to emergent extradition to the appropriate international state or institution; as compliant to WF Resolution 8 and the IACO.

§ The World Forum is authorised to conduct checking of proper conduct and operations performed by The Supreme Court, as to ensure that compliance to the standards of the International Court are followed in cases of trialing domestic Entities; as compliant to WF Resolution 8 and the IACO.

Chapter IV: Country Code of the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae

§ Prior to, during, after and even in case of application rejection; acronym indexi for the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae in matters related to the World Forum and all other foreign matters are to be NE/NA (two-letter) and NEA/NAS (three-letter).

Chapter V: Relations to the ILTC

§ The Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae shall, utilising the automatised National Registry, provide data relevant to the ILTC, in the form of annual National reports it already publishes; as compliant to WF Resolution 4 Section B-2

§ The ILTC may review all domestic legislation related to labour and trade and recommend changes, channel of informing which is The Head Ambassador & relevant staff, which is obligated to pass all reviews & recommendations to the Head of the HM Cabinet for Foreign Affairs; as compliant to WF Resolution 4 Section B-3 and 4.

Chapter VI: Relatons to the ICHPP

§ The Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae shall conform with possible future suggestions and treaties related to the protection of domestic and foreign HHLs; as compliant to WF Resolution 5 Section B-2, 3 and 4.

Chapter VII: Relations to the ESCA

§ Regardless of application status, the Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae is to participate in the multi-national coordination of emergency services on the request of ESCA or on a bilateral request of another state which is endangered by standards defined in WF Resolution 7; as compliant to WF Resolution 7 Section B-1, 2 and 4.

§ The Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae shall, utilising the automatised National Registry, provide data relevant to the ESCA, in the form of annual National reports it already publishes; as compliant to WF Resolution 7 Section B-3.

Chapter VIII: Adaptation of the TPNW, Expansion to Biological and Chemical Weapons and Automatisation of Sanctions to non-compliant States

§ The Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae prohibits any Entity (physical persons, private businesses or state Public Offices) relating to it the following:

¶ Development, testing, production, manufacturing, acquirement, possession, stockpiling, transfer or reception of biological, chemical or nuclear weapons or other nuclear devices which may be utilised for malicious intent.

¶ Use of or threatening the use of biological, chemical or nuclear weapons or other nuclear devices which pose an evident malicious or immediate threat to the safety of others.

¶ Assistance, encouragement or induction of any Entity in any way to engage in above activities.

¶ Allowance of stationing, installation or deployment of any nuclear weapons or other malice-intended and harmful nuclear devices.

§ The Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae exercises full sovereignty in prevention of WMA (BCN) presence on its territory or territorial waters.

§ The Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae will offer technical, material and humanitarian assistance to external territories which have been subject to biocide caused by biological, chemical or nuclear activities.

§ The Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae automatically sanctions any foreign Entities which participate in whichever manner in biocide caused by malicious utilisation of any biological, chemical or nuclear devices and or weapons; Sanctions of which are binding to all Entities (physical persons, private businesses or state Public Offices) related to the domestic country.

Chapter IX: International Customs (Anti-Dumping Regulations, Territorial Waters and Four Freedoms)

§ The Grand Duchy of Nasphilitae prohibits all Entities relating to it in breaking custom laws, intonation placing on the following:

¶ Dumping (binding to private, public or state business entities of Nasphilitae) as defined by “Intentional or non-intentional, arranged or non-coordinated, take-over of a market sector by lowering the commercial price of products or services below the value which is derived from basic production forces and factors necessary for the product or service to be manifested.”

¶ Reciprocation of disrespecting territorial waters as defined by 24 nanometers from the coastline of each State Entity.

¶ Prohibits domestic Entities in restricting the access to Four Freedoms towards foreign entities, including: The free movement of people through the use of international airports, naval ports and roads; The free movement of aircraft through Nasphiliti airspace and the right to dock in case of emergency or fuel; The free movement of non-military maritime vessels outside of territorial waters and their right to, with due notice, dock in Nasphiliti ports in case of emergency or fuel; The free and righteous exercise of conscience through confession conditional on respect of domestic law on public non-alignment to whichever religious confession.

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Draft Mediation Bill “On Ascertaining the Liquidity Crisis”

Authors:

  • Lead Representative of the Plenary Committee: Claire Renske (leader of ADLA)
  • Commission for Legislative Consultation, Deliberation & Excogitation: Jonas Val (leader of UML)

Independent Agency for Documentation:Department of OPAL

Prepared by: Ayala Moran


Lower House Support Declared Unconditionally: 213
Lower House Substantive Support Declared: 33
Lower House Active Objectifying Declares: N/A
Lower House Passive Objectifying Declares: 16

Upper House Voting Full Support: 202
Upper House Voting Substantive Support with Formal Disagreements: 271
Upper House Voting Against: 140


Date for Final Vote in Upper House: 02.17.2024.
Date for Final Vote in Lower House: 02.19.2024.
Date Bill is enforced: 02.15.2024. (full: 02.20.2024-08.20.2024)


Liquidizing “static” capital & assets:

  1. All foreclosed assets are to be subject to inventory stock re-management in the form of creating self-billing invoices.
  2. Inventory equipment, which is not in active production use, must be listed as as a leasing offering publicly, auctioned & pay-processed through EDI invoicing.
  3. Rental, Estate and Production Factor properties which are not in active production are to undergo re-management and restructuralisation by issuing of statement-bond Vouchers Internally (to all employees); Which are the free to manage the physical asset, and in the case of internal(trade, domestically) transactions through the use of Evaluated Receipt Settlements.
  4. The Government will issue tax exemptions for entities proportional to their amount of self-created free cash flows.

Confident Volatility Policy:

  1. The National Debt ceiling is temporarily removed from 02.20.-08.20.
  2. All domestic private or cooperative/public Entity debt accumulated from February 20. for 6 months will be covered by the Government in case of failure to meet investment returns forecasts.
  3. Anti-trust law exemptions are permanently lifted coming February 20.

Credit Incentivising Credits:

  1. All operating assets may request STATE-GUARANTEED-NOTICES (HEREBY SGNs), wherein the government will guarantee pro forma payment in foreign transactions in the events of credit or debit memorandum with a domestic private or cooperative/public Entity.
  2. SGN’s will begin issuing on February 20. with a 6-month timesheet. In the event that the operating asset relies on SGN’s for its non-flow costs, the ownership of said asset is transferred to a government-issued official for Administration (in financial terms), upon which it becomes public property.
  3. THE CENTRAL BANK is hereby obliged to issue its interest rate for the ongoing financial year not exceeding 2.5%.
  4. ALL COMMERCIAL BANKS are incentivised to dump their interest rates to future creditors and to expand its crediting to include higher-risk crediting ratings; In the form of proportional higher tax returns and exemptions to the higher risk and lower interest rates.

Free Float:

  1. THE ROYAL MINT is to begin issuing sovereign bonds without peg regulations on the foreign exchange market coming February 20, ending within 6 months.
  2. After free floating the currency exchange, The Royal Mint is to assess the real value of the Nasphiliti Pacifican Pound Sterling by its median over-time exchange rate value to a basket of all monetary units used in those transactions and the Pacifican Dollar (at a rate of basket:Pacifican Dollar of 50:50).
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“Act on Ascertaining the Liquidity Crisis” (Simulacra Package) (Updated Feb 19th)

Authors:

  • Lead Representative of the Plenary Committee: Claire Renske (leader of ADLA)
  • Commission for Legislative Consultation, Deliberation & Excogitation: Jonas Val (leader of UML)

Independent Agency for Documentation:Department of OPAL

Prepared by: Ayala Moran

Revision prepared by: Ayala Moran


Lower House In Favour (Total Votes): 221
Lower House Against (Total Votes): 0
Lower House Active Abstains (Total Votes): 4

Upper House In Favour (Total Votes): 529
Upper House Against (Total Votes): 4
Upper House Active Abstains (Total Votes): 32


Date Bill is presented: 02.15.2024.
Date Act was enacted: 02.19.2024.
Date Act is enforced: 02.20.2024. (until 08.20.2024.)


Liquidizing “static” capital & assets:

  1. All foreclosed assets are to be subject to inventory stock re-management in the form of creating self-billing invoices.
  2. Inventory equipment, which is not in active production use, must be listed as as a leasing offering publicly. Auctioned & pay-processed through EDI invoicing.
  3. Rental, Estate and Production Factor properties which are not in active production are to undergo re-management and restructuralisation reconstructed by issuing of statement-bond Vouchers Internally (to all employees); Which are the free to manage the physical asset, and in the case of internal(trade, domestically) transactions through the use of Evaluated Receipt Settlements.
  4. The Government will issue tax exemptions for entities proportional to their amount of self-created free cash flows.

Confident Volatility Policy:

  1. The National Debt ceiling is temporarily removed from 02.20.-08.20.
  2. All domestic private or cooperative/public Entity debt accumulated from February 20. for 6 months will be covered by the Government in case of failure to meet investment returns forecasts.
    2-a. Liability of these companies is temporarily changed into the class of “Limited by SGN”, which is to say limited by guarantees issued by the government.
  3. Anti-trust law exemptions are permanently lifted coming February 20.

Credit Incentivising Credits:

  1. All operating assets may request STATE-GUARANTEED-NOTICES (HEREBY SGNs), wherein the government will guarantee pro forma payment in foreign transactions in the events of credit or debit memorandum with a domestic private or cooperative/public Entity.
    1-a. Liability of these companies is temporarily changed into the class of “Limited by SGN”, which is to say limited by guarantees issued by the government.
  2. SGN’s will begin issuing on February 20. with a 6-month timesheet. In the event that the operating asset relies on SGN’s for its non-flow costs, the ownership of said asset is transferred to a government-issued official for Administration (in financial terms), upon which it becomes public property.
  3. THE CENTRAL BANK is hereby obliged to issue its interest rate for the ongoing financial year not exceeding 2.5%.
  4. ALL COMMERCIAL BANKS are incentivised to dump their interest rates to future creditors and to expand its crediting to include higher-risk crediting ratings; In the form of proportional higher tax returns and exemptions proportionate to the higher risk and lower interest rates which have been undertaken .

Free Float:

  1. THE ROYAL MINT is to begin issuing sovereign bonds without peg regulations on the foreign exchange market coming February 20, ending within 6 months.
  2. After free floating the currency exchange, The Royal Mint is to assess the real value of the Nasphiliti Pacifican Pound Sterling by its median over-time exchange rate value to a basket of all monetary units used in those transactions and the Pacifican Dollar (at a rate of basket:Pacifican Dollar of 50:50).
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“In Medias Res” Sweet Regrets and Alas:

As for drawing, I have drawn but wouldn’t call myself a good drawer. I believe that excellence in drawing is dangerous. A nice drawing may mislead an architect, for example, by not showing reliable outlines for a future object.
One thing I’ve always desired for was to possess geometric forms, pure objects, mastering the ability to percieve this imagined plane. An object, such as a circle, is just itself and that is all.
When I arrived in New Sorthane, I simply knew where each site was located, they belonged to the neighborhoods already. The object of a building exists, not to answer questions of “ought it to?”, “does it perform anything?”, “should it exist in a different way?”
What good is an idea if it is not materialised – of no good, it is not an object it is a drawing. Unfinished and outside the ethical relations to the people which participate in the process of construction.

Worked an entire year in New Sorthane as a court notary. I despise writing. These laws, works, all disgust me still, with their contrived and permissive tone. I’ve lived on the estates back then, in this small corner of the apartment, with my roommate Randice. How we survived under the burdening rent of Eugene Gordon, I will never understand, nor do I wish to.
I couldn’t bare spending much time at work listening to the mind-numbing alienating analysis of legalese. Much less tolerable was life with Randice. Came home one night to find him painting. Disgusting. So, I spent most of my time outside, walking around open streets of the estates…
Now, I must ask you something but don’t answer honestly for I couldn’t stand to hear what I anticipated is true. Can a poor young woman earn anything worthy doing honest work? Walking around New Sorthane I met this girl by a window. I was instantly infatuated.
Spent that months rent money for some hours of silence. Went home and told Randice what had happened. As usual, he gave no reaction worth noting down. It angered me, so I quit my job at the courthouse and got into debt to pay off my half of the rent before moving out into the open streets of the estates.
I settled near the window aisle, but never saw the girl again, months went by of me trying to capture her work timetable.

Three or four years ago, I can’t tell for certain, the Local Councilour approached me. Told me I can’t be sleeping in the alleyways or I’ll get a fine. After proudly stating that I am unemployed and that he is free to fine me, I ended up being sent to the City Hall Chambers.
“Accept this job or face prosecution”, I was told. The job was in some convoludingly-designed biochemical factory/plantation. Had no qualifications so I was assigned to the food processing section, on the convayer belt. Checking that every single cap of some flasks was sealed proper by the two machines placed left of me.
So much time has passed, all days uneventful, that I’m now questioning whether I’ve always loved geometric objects or whether I’ve self-conditioned myself into loving them. Over time, from looking at caps of flasks every day.

In the end, I leave all my belongings to my former roommate Randice Mal Ruminrood. I hate you all, but I hate myself more. No ceremony is required. Also don’t use this weeks acid bath in the factory for further processing.

– Rainer Hartley Brecht.

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Sourcing Systems Theory Origins by Comparing Contemporary Juxtapositions within OPAL

DISPOSITIVE: Elena Bartlett DATE:03.02.2024.NCSAC CODE: A085.2024.

Introduction:

In contemporary literature of Kamala & Candice Cohen, Ayala Moran, and Robert Stenhouse, “systems of control” & its substructural interactions have been object of inquiry. By comparing subliminal (implied) positions found in their works, feasible attempt has been made in proposing three chronic perspectives by which domestic axiomatic underpinnings of reality can be distinguished & brought to emergence as realities. To place these underpinnings in reversed induction, basic hypothesis could be drawn as to sources for why all three authors, arrive to different conclusions on fundamentals of reality but agree on each others interdependence.

Systems of Control?

Contextual Perspective:

Moran defines Systems of Control in what we will term a “Contextual Perspective” going forward. To Ayala Moran, they exist in anticipation of future dynamics but may be observed in the present as a sequence of past events: “Systems of control (…) involve THE application of existing means for achieving desired manifestations in subjects (…) they ARE confined within an already present context consisting of (…various cells…) thus are predictable in the present (…) understood as the close time observable in humans.” From this, Moran uses a perspective which stresses the following positions: Systems of control are intended for (single) enforcement; The means of enforcement is already clearly defined; Control intentions are to be actualized; Intended consequences are desired; Objects of control are subjects (humans); Control can only be exercised in the (broader) present time; Outcomes of control are predictable once (some process?) of initiating control is began.
Kamala Cohens (older) observation differs only slightly from Morans: “Systems of control are circular factors (…) comprised of three phases (…notice and reaction planning, centralised decision-making process, effecting outside-boundary…) thus are completely unpredictable (…) due to uncontrolled systems outside of control.” This scope was influenced by a formerly novel cybernetic feedback loop. Kamala Cohen emphasised the “various cells” which comprise these systems, viewing them in timeline “phases” unlike Moran which would stress the effect phase. Disagreement only truly arises from how dynamic whole systems are, since Kamala agrees that control systems are observable, though expands by mentioning systems outside those which can be influenced.

Frame-Procedure Perspective:

However, true dialogue comes in back-and-forth exchanges between Candice Cohen and Robert Stenhouse. Candice would, over time and as a reaction, develop Kamalas initial stance into what we will call a “Frame-Procedure Perspective” in contrast to Roberts “Sublime Perspective”.
Candice seemingly completely rejects Kamalas earlier view in stating that “Systems of control are whole systems of infinite sub-systems within it (…), observable SPECTER which consists of (…various pre-determinations…), limited realities (…) which can be explored [by deconstruction of their (…”neighboring states”…)] STATED phases (…) in reacting to unintended EXTERNALS (…)”.
Important Note. Definition which Candice uses follow that of a Cellular Automata: Whole systems (Σ) of infinite sub-system (N∈Σ), observable specter (n-dimensional) consists of limited realities (in which, “At each time step (or as previously called ‘known pre-determinations’), each cell is in one and only one state, σ∈Σ, Σ being a set of finite pesudo-cardinality Σ=’k.) which can be explored(ruled accordingly) by combinatorics (with their “let neighboring states == neighbor numbers for simplicity, in which: ∫∂:Σn→∆Σ∏ if in accordance to ‘k or stated to be, all in reaction to the external issue: ∫∂:Σn→∆Σ∏ ‘k ↔?◊”).
Comparing to the Contextual Perspective, Cohen rejects previous statements and posits the following replacements: Systems of control are intended for (multiple) ‘enforcement’; The ‘means’ of enforcement is dependent on various factors of pre-situationals & the issue-external which is addressed; Operations of controlling intentions are only somewhat actualized as they depend on neighboring/adjacent claims being true; Intended consequences are almost entirely undesired as all consequences produce additional issue-externals; Objects of control are unintended issue-externals; Control can be exercised by more than a monolithic ‘controller’; Outcomes of control are unpredictable as outcomes produce outcomes from a ‘specter’ of other sub-systems; However the control itself is known by the sub-system we are observing explicitly stating how it intends to AND how it actualizes its actions.

Sublime Perspective:

Robert Stenhouse offers to us a “maximalist”, “working” and “minimalist” perspective to use when “ATTEMPTING to define Systems of Control”.
His “minimalist” perspective was formed in responses to the previous two definitions: “In A System of Control – The Legal Framework; there is a concern for Functional correctness as a property of A System that displays the functionalities (borrowed from the Procedural) adequate to be implemented in an array of its’ Tasks. In A System of Control – The Microeconomic Framework; there is a concern for Procedural correctness as a property of A System at a specific Time (conditional: T) in being able to correctly estimate factors of production and steps to be undertaken needed for a desired execution-outcome to occur. In A System of Control – The Macroeconomic Framework; there is a concern for Optimally adequate executional correctness as properties of Sub-Systems under presumably adequate conditions in addressing or minimizing unintended consequences of the performed action upon said action being complete.”
His “maximalist” perspective is the one he addresses when pronouncing the attempt at definition: “Systems of Control are all known and unknown ontological objects and their interactions among each other as well as within each other, in pursuing an organised interaction as a whole Supra-System.”
Finally, he offers a “working” definition which is the one we’ve used when referring to it as a ‘Sublime Perspective’: “Systems of Control which are known include sub-systems or Frameworks of a human which belongs to some organised collective. These include: Frameworks of Family, Frameworks of Immediate Collective, Frameworks of Culture, Frameworks of Agency, Frameworks of Principality, Frameworks of the State-Collective, Frameworks of the Global-Collective. Purpose of Systems of Control is in addressing the human as a Cell and most-possible-adequate preparation for the proportionally-most-adequate-designated Role in the Organised Collective.”
By comparison, Stenhouse REJECTS the possibility of postulates: Systems of Control are all intended for their own purpose which includes various forms of procedures in accomplishing their tasks as well as the their collective tasks in socializing the human; The ‘means’ of enforcement derive from the interactions between Systems and their sub-systems; Actualization of the overall intent must be done but it is completely variable; Intended consequences cannot be known as intent of the entire Systems of Control is impossible to know due to amount of Actors involved; Object of control is the Human throughout life and the Human in all Roles.

The State, the Private and the Public:

We posit that these three perspectives (Contextual, Procedural, Sublime) derive from inherited disagreements on defining “Public life”, namely during the years of “The Rapture” and sequenced “Military Junta”. Followers of Darzenian Praxis and Dorothian Praxeology disagreed on the extents of State to Private area in relation to one another; Agreeing to (not officially but evidently by implication) subject “Public life” as a battle-ground of interests. The Junta misused “Public interests” in the perspective of their Militarism, by subjecting both the State and the Private to interests of the Collective, determined by the Junta without prior consultation with such Collective.

Furthermore, one could trace this issue back to Greenhills Five Clauses, which sacrificed clarification for the sake of pursuing Perennial Monism when structuring concept of the Collective.
This was done, as evident today, as passive-avoidance means in addressing key features: regulation of Religion, regulation of regulations, precisely confining Judicial jurisdiction in relation to Parliamentary Supremacy, precisely defining the lines between Parliamentary and Royal Supremacy, assuming that Private (context: Greenhills ‘Private’ has been addressed as ‘Microeconomic’ and ‘Macroeconomic’ in this document, although the ‘Private entity’ in current domestic law is broader) life will self-regulate; avoiding addressing Ethnicity as a concept (…)
This was further amplified in “Act of Home Rule (1661)” which requires both the Legislative process (of either Parliamentary or Royal undertaking) and Judicial review for any explicit regulation to become legal. This has further implications and consequences, which we will not address here.

However, these positions later lead to Agorport focusing on the Political Economy (as evident by the Cohens creating an Institute for it in this University) due to being the hub for Private (business) life. As so, it lead to New Sorthane being the seat of all Judicial branch central institutions & home to the most comprehensive sub-University law education, as well as the University’s emphasis on “natural language, natural knowledge, and the legal system”.

In the Valley of Empirical & Logical:

One of the domestic Axiomatic is that, due to all above mention, the paradigm guiding operating fundamentals in knowledge, being and action is in a constant “state of perpetual…” conflict and change. Nothing is more evident of this than the appearance of “Pragmatism” in Suhavenster during “The Rapture”, during which only 1/7th of what comprises the City now existed. This emergence came from three forces.

The Royalty is placed in some sort of “Sleeping Arbitrary” status, wherein it may (publicly and legally) reconstruct core tenants of this country, though chooses to pursue a policy of silence in domestic disagreements, as active intervention would require siding with one against the other or siding with neither (as they have) and risk conflict with both (as has happened). Pragmatism, which wished to reconcile the Empirical and the Logical, was then the best choice to support.

The Empirical inherited means of understanding reality, which in contemporary terms, exists as “from data”. Recent times (as shown in “the Crisis of Replication”) have nearly diminished this school of thought. Candice Cohen aided in keeping it vaguely relevant by structuring “Data” to fulfill criteria which is: replicated-by-others, relevant, adequate, delivered accordingly to findings (…) The Logical came later, from interaction with other cultures as means of understanding reality, which in contemporary terms, exists “in status of inertia”. Reconciliation of these two schools was set to be in Suhavenster, where a handful of scholars pursued Pragmatism (conclusions reached by simultaneous logical operations and empirical data, applicable to naturalist arrangements-as-they-are), as a third option. It was for this reason that Suhavenster was granted the status of National Capital in 1963.

Yet, in contemporary events, we see that the fear Pragmatism displayed in not addressing previously unaddressed key aspects as well as its inadequacy when crafting a system of Ethics, is left shaken. Observable by its contemporary “poster-scholar” (Stenhouse) nearly reaching solipsistic skepticism when trying to define “System of Control”.