Immortal Emnities

  February 24, 2023 | Mzungu Wine

  Monopolies are bad because they take that business or service from anyone else to do
    Corporations are formed with the intent they be perpetual and last forever
    Governments once formed are intented to be perpetual. Once a Country's borders declared they are set and war to those that step over
    Monarchies by definition intend perpetual nepotism yet one Prince may murder all his Brothers to be King and keep his Monopoly on Power
    Oligarchies can be far worse as the is no single King to rise up against and behead
    Theocracies far worse again claiming to have Allah's Will with them yet it only their Murderous Armies that allow their Monopoly on Tyranny
    Western Central Banks now control all money and have the world's people and Governments Impoverished in Debt Slavery
    Goddless Communist Rulers ignoring the nature of man have Murdered some 200 million Souls to create their Socialist Utopias

    

How can Ugandans Ourselves from these Totalitarian Emnities forever?

    

We Must Strictly Limit Government Powers in a New Constitution

    

Two Year Terms for Representatives so bad ones can be voted out quickly


Preamble


  We the Peoples¬†of Uganda, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the Common Defense,
    promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Freedom to ourselves and our Posterity, Do Ordain this Constitution


The Constitution of The Uganda Republic


Section 1: The Legislature
  1. All Legislative Powers shall be vested in a Congress of Uganda, comprised of:
    The Senate and The House of Representatives
    No Binding Vote shall be cast in either house unless a two-thirds quorum is present
  2. No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed except as it Reduces Penalties, Punishment, or Fines
  3. Congress in Joint Session shall have the Sole Power to Declare War by a vote exceeding four-fifths of a four-fifths quorum


Section 2: The House of Representatives
  The House of Representatives shall be composed of Members chosen every second Year by the People of each Natural District
  A Representative must be of Adult Age and Reside in his or her Natural District
  There shall be 100 Representatives each representing about one percent of Ugandans within a contiguous Representative District
  The House has the Sole Power to Override any Veto of The President with a two-thirds vote
  All Bills regarding Taxation and Spending must originate in The House of Representatives and approved by a vote exceeding two-thirds


Section 3: The Senate
  The Senate shall be composed of Members chosen every sixth Year by the People of each Natural District
  A Senator must be 30 years of age and reside in his or her Natural District
  There shall be Three Senators for each Federal District
  The Senate Ratifies Treaties and Agreements with other Nations, Territories, International Govermental and Quasi-Governmental Agencies
  The Senate Ratifies Agreements with Corporate Entities, Private Economic Partnerships, Religious Organizations


Section 4: Elections and Seating of Congress
  General Elections shall be held every second year on the second Monday of December
  The Congress shall assemble on the second Monday of the new year


Section 5: The Executive
  A Candidate for President must be 35 years of age and Uganda be their home for the previous 2 years
  A Candidate for President must be Ugandan by birth and ancestry
  The Term for President shall be four years and no more than two consecutive terms can be served
  The President can veto legislative bills put before his or her's signature subject to The Legislature's power to override with a 2/3 vote
  The Vice President shall stand on the ticket of the Presidential Candidate and meet the same qualifications
  The Vice President acts as The President should The President die or become incapacitated to fullfil his or her duties
  The President is the Civilian Commander of All Ugandan Armed Forces and Security Forces


Section 6: Removal of The President and other Government Officials
  The President, Vice President and any civil personnel of The Republic of Uganda,
    shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other High Crimes

Section 7: Uganda Military
  The Uganda Armed Forces shall defend Uganda and all Lands under its Juristiction or Protection from Occupation by Foriegn Actors
  The Uganda Armed Forces Personnel are Prohibited from Possessing Rifles or other Weapons of War in Public
  The Uganda Armed Forces are Prohibited from Enforcing Laws, have no Power of Arrest nor can act as Police in any manner


Section 8: The Judiciary
  No Person or Her or His Family Members Shall be Compelled to Testify or be a Witness against the Accused or Herself or Hisself
  Federal Judges shall be nominated by The President sublect to approval by The Senate
  Nominees for Federal Judgeship must be 30 years of age and Uganda be their home for the previous 2 years
  A Federal Judgeship is a life appointment subject only to impeachment by The Senate
  A Supreme Court of 11 Judges shall decide Constitutional issues with regard to disputes between Local Governments
    and Upholding the Civil Liberties and Inalienable Rights of The People of Uganda


Section 9: Powers Denied Congress and The Presidency
  No Import Tax or Duty shall be laid on Goods traded within Uganda
  No Capitation, or Direct Tax shall be laid unless in Proportion to the Census establishing The Natural Districts
  No Money shall be drawn from the Treasury, except by Consequence of Appropriations made by Law;
    and a regular Statement and Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of all public Money shall be published weekly
  No Title of Nobility shall be granted by any Ugandan Government Entity
  No Person in Employment of The Government of Uganda or under Contract with The Government of Uganda,
    shall, without the Consent of the Congress, accept of any present, Emolument, Office, or Title,
    of any kind whatever, from any King, Caliphate or Foreign State


Section 10: Duties and Responsibilities of Congress to Establish
  A Uganda Postal Service
  The Length of Copyright and Patent
  Keep and Maintain Public Records
  Perform a Census every 4 years in the year before the General Election for President
  A Treasury
  An Accounting Office
  Budgets
  Land Use and Gazetting
  Intelligence Agencies
  Police Standards


Section 11: Bill Of Rights and Limits of Government Power


  1. Congress shall make No Law Respecting an Establishment of Religion, or Prohibiting the Free Exercise thereof;
    or Abridging the Freedom of Speech, or of The Press; or the Right of the People Peaceably to Assemble,
    or to Petition the Government for a Redress of Grievances.

  2. Being Necessary to the Security of a Free State, the Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms, Shall Not Be Infringed.

  3. The Right of the People to be Secure in Their Persons, Homes, Papers, and Effects, against Unreasonable Searches and Seizures,
    Shall Not Be Violated, and No Warrants Shall Issue, but Upon Probable Cause, Supported by Oath or Affirmation,
    and Particularly Describing the Place to be Searched, and the Persons or Things to be Seized

  4. No Person Shall be Held to Answer for a Capital, or otherwise Infamous Crime, Unless on a Presentment or Indictment of a Grand Jury,
    Nor Shall Any Person be Subject for the Same Offence to be Twice put in Jeopardy Of Life or Limb or Property;
    Nor be Deprived of Life, Freedom, or Property, without Due Process of Law;
    Nor Deny to Any Person Within its Jurisdiction the Equal Protection of the Laws.;
    Nor Shall Private Property be Taken for Public Use, without Just Compensation

  5. In All Criminal Prosecutions, the Accused Shall Enjoy the Right to a Speedy and Public Trial,
    by an Impartial Jury resident to the Natural District or City or Municipality where the crime was committed,
    to be Informed of the Nature and Cause of the Accusation; and to be Confronted with the Witnesses against Him or Her,
    to have Compulsory Process for Obtaining Witnesses in His or Her Favor, and to Have an Advocate for His or Her Defense

  6. In Torts of Common Law, where the value in controversy shall exceed 5 million Uganda Shillings,
    the right of trial by jury shall be preserved and No fact Tried by a Jury, Shall be Otherwise Reexamined in Any Court
    other than According to Rights of Appeal in Common Law

  7. Excessive Bail Shall Not Be Required, Nor Excessive Fines Imposed, Nor Cruel and Unusual Punishments Inflicted
    Punishment by Death or Torture or Deprivation is Forbidden

  8. Powers Not Delegated to The Federal State are Reserved By The People Through Their Elected Representatives

  9. Neither Slavery Nor Involuntary Servitude Shall Exist Within Uganda, or Any Place Under Uganda's Jurisdiction


  10. Upon Attaining 16 years of age a Person Shall be a Legal Adult in All Respects
    The Right to Vote Shall Not be Abridged for Any Ugandan 16 years of Age or Older


Section 12: Treason and Acts of War
  1. Treason against Uganda Shall Consist Only in the Commission of Acts of War, or joining the Armed Forces of a
    Declared Enemy or Invading Force, or Acting on Enemy Orders, or Acting to Give Aid to Enemies
  2.No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same Overt Act,
    or on Confession in Open Court.
  3.The Congress shall have Power to Declare the Punishment of Treason, but no Attainder of Treason shall work
    Corruption of Blood, or Forfeiture except during the Life of the Person Attainted


Section 13: The Peoples Policy
    It is Our True Policy to Steer Clear of Criminal Alliances with any Portion of The Foreign World
    We Welcome All Peace Loving People to The True Garden of Eden