First Anercian Draft
We the nations of the world that wholeheartedly and faithfully execute the duties of state to provide and shelter the rights and freedoms of all people inside their borders, have convened on this charter to provide an international framework on to best execute said duties. We as a united coalition of democratic nations have determined that to secure future generations across the world, create an alliance of likeminded nations to:
One, to promote social progress and better standards of life in larger freedom,
Two, to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women and of nations large and small.
Three, uplift nations in need in times of crisis
Four, to shield and or create states with the democratic principles of plurality
Five, Economically tie nations of similar ideology
Six, to establish conditions under which justice and respect for the obligations arising from treaties and other sources of international law can be maintained
Article I: Purpose
The binding agreement of all member-states is to maintain peace amongst each other, create friendly relations, cease all hostilities against each other, and develop international cooperation.
All member-states must pledge to rid their nation of social ills derived from lack of equality among the races, religions, and sexes
To mediate disputes, the member-states in question will have their mediation take place in a third-party member state
In a general trust or fund, the financial body of the chapter shall be vested in the International Monetary Bank. The IMB shall consist of one representative from each member-state. The goal of the IMB is to help foster economic cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty with each member-state. All proposals must pass through with a simple majority.
In common good, the responsibility for monitoring the public health of member nations shall be vested in the United Health Organization. A medical body made up of three representatives from each member-state, that will regulate and report on the medical situation of internationale members.
To impeach or remove any member-state is a large undertaking that must pass through the judicial, security, legislative organ of the Internationale. It must past with simple majority via judicial, and super majority with both councils
Article II: General/Security Council
The legal body of the Internationale, the General Council is comprised of three representatives from each member state which are able to be replace at any time, and has the legislative authority to amend articles and sections of the charter. The council shall be the place in which all states assemble to discuss matters of safeguarding democratic nations and movements. The General Council may consider the general principles of co-operation in the maintenance of international peace and security, including the principles governing disarmament and the regulation of armaments, and may make recommendations with regard to such principles to the Members or to the Security Council or to both.
The General Council may call the attention of the Security Council to situations which are likely to endanger international peace and security.
The Security Council will consist of 2 representatives from each member nation that can be replaced at any time, and will the have ability to: intercede in domestic conflicts, international conflicts, and mediate military matters between member states. Each representative will have one vote on these matters, all it takes for a resolution or motion to pass is a simple majority.
Any peace arranged by the council shall be fair and must pass with supermajority from both councils to be as equitable as possible.
This Charter and the powers of both council may not change the domestic laws of any member state unless found in breach of the charter.
Article III: Allied Court of Justice
A judicial court founded on the principles of common law between all member countries shall be vested in the Allied Court of Justice. This court shall consist of 8 elected justices from the general council.
Each Member of the International shall undertake to comply with the decision of the Allied Court of Justice in any case to which it is a party.
The court has the power of judicial review of any country's constitution or rights charter or any domestic law to determine if its legal in accordance to the Internationale Charter.
The power of the Allied Court will is to dispense a fair trial on persons that has been charged with heinous crimes or crimes against humanity.