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This is the headquarters and main shipyard of the Imperial Japanese Navy (大日本帝国海軍). Authorised personnel only.

Personnel reporting to Yokosuka should report on the quarterdeck. Those who wish to actually join the IJN may contact the Admiral for recruiting information, or see publicity.

IJN Discord: https://discord.gg/9agSfYU

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Yokosuka contains 2 nations.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Politically Free in Yokosuka

These nations allow citizens the greatest amount of freedom to select their own government.

As a region, Yokosuka is ranked 19,835th in the world for Most Politically Free.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Empire of Battleship AdachiInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The Seas Belong to the Emperor!”
2.The Admiral of Yokosuka Naval DistrictFather Knows Best State“海国日本”

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Yokosuka Regional Message Board

Thank you, Father,
for having created us and given us to each other in the human family. Thank you for being with us in all our joys and sorrows, for your comfort in our sadness, your companionship in our loneliness. Thank you for yesterday, today, tomorrow and for the whole of our lives. Thank you for friends, for health and for grace. May we live this and every day conscious of all that has been given to us.

God of love, Father of all,
the darkness that covered the earth
has given way to the bright dawn of your Word made flesh.
Make us a people of this light.
Make us faithful to your Word,
that we may bring your life to the waiting world.
Grant this through Christ our Lord.


You make all things new. You bring hope alive in our hearts
And cause our Spirits to be born again.
Thank you for this new year
For all the potential it holds.
Come and kindle in us
A mighty flame
So that in our time, many will see the wonders of God
And live forever to praise Your glorious name.

Almighty God,
who through your only‑begotten Son Jesus Christ
overcame death and opened to us the gate of everlasting life:
Grant that we, who celebrate with joy the day of the Lord’s resurrection,
may be raised from the death of sin by your life‑giving Spirit;
through Jesus Christ our Lord,
who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever.

Loving God, as a mother gives life and nourishment to her children,
so you watch over your Church.

Bless our mother.
Let the example of her faith and love shine forth.

Grant that we, her family,
may honor her always with a spirit of profound respect.

Grant this through Christ our Lord.


Oh Almighty God,
whose great power and eternal wisdom
embraces the universe.
Watch over all policemen and law enforcement officers.
Father in Heaven please give them the strength,
courage and perseverance to endure
The unjust condemnation, danger, and physical abuse
to which they are at times subjected.
We recommend them to your loving care because their duty is dangerous.
Dear God, grant these brave men your almighty protection,
Unite them safely with their families after duty has ended.

Our Constitution is finally done!

The Fourth Constitution of the Okchi Union

As a nation, once divided by fear of tyranny, now united to create this new government. To make ourselves a union united under the principles of justice & equality, and to create a commonwealth based on individual liberty, and equality for all. We the people hereby creating this Charter to ensure our beloved Union is made off on the idea of a Tranquil, Free, and Democratic government. From this moment on, we hope to make a better country for our people, a government of the people, and by the people, in hope of everlasting fraternity and tranquillity.

Chapter I • Rights of Citizens

Article 1 - All citizens of the Union shall be entitled to the equal protection of free speech regardless of status, gender, or race.

Article 2 - All citizens are entitled to the right to express political and religious freedom regardless of the practice or creed which is limited to those of extreme acts such as terrorism and genocide.

Article 3 - All citizens shall be entitled to a public and speedy trial before a jury of the defendant's peers and shall be given the right to an attorney, as well as the right to remain silent in an interrogation process, but shall not legally define whether the defendant is legally guilty of their crimes if they are to execute their rights. No person shall be convicted of a crime until otherwise proven guilty of the offence.

Article 4 - All citizens are entitled to the liberties of suffrage and the right to run for an office within the Government of the Union.

Article 5 - The law shall be defined as the general will of the people, which shall not be broken unless repealed. Citizens may contribute their opinions on the matter of legislation through their elected representatives in the Parliament.

Article 6 - The right to a free and open press without government interference shall be guaranteed to the people of the Union.

Article 7 - The act of the search or seizure of a person shall not be carried out without a lawful warrant approved by the High Court of the Union and must have probable cause with evidence provided before a judge.

Article 8 - All citizens shall have the right to form a political party of any kind, but is limited to any form of Far-right political groups.

Article 9 - Everyone is equal under the law.

Article 10 - Persons in need and unable to provide for themselves have the right to assistance and care and to the financial means required for a decent standard of living.

Article 11 - All citizens within the Okchi Union and Lisseum respectfully shall have the right to peacefully assemble and submit petitions for a redress of grievances to the government.

Article 12 - No Ex post facto law shall ever be placed in effect under this Constitution or any Okchi government governed by this Constitution respectfully.

Article 13 - The Right and Freedom to elect their representatives proportionately and their leaders in a fair and free election in a democratic system shall be enshrined in the Charter and defended by the Union.

Chapter II • Legislature

Article 14 - The legislature of the Okchi Union shall consist of a unicameral Parliament known as the Parliamentary Senate.

Article 15 - The Parliamentary Senate shall be tasked with making legislative and voting on them. They will be tasked with confirming officers prescribed by law and to condemn officers of impeachable crimes in the Senate.

Article 16 - Members shall have the right to vote on issues arising to legislation by a simple majority. In laws pertaining to a Constitutional amendment, impeachment proceedings, or a vote of no confidence to the Chancellor and Prime Minister, should all majorities be a ⅔ majority vote.

Article 17 - Members of Parliament shall have the duty to maintain high standards of integrity. Members of Parliament shall give preference to national interests and shall perform their duties in accordance with conscience.

Article 18 - Except as otherwise provided for in the Constitution or in law, the attendance of a majority of the total members, and the concurrent vote of a majority of the members present, shall be necessary for decisions of the Parliament. In case of a tie vote, the matter shall be regarded as rejected if the Speaker of the Parliament is present.

Article 19 - Bills and other matters submitted to Parliament for deliberation shall not be abandoned on the ground that they were not acted upon during the session in which they were introduced, except in a case where the term of the members of Parliament has expired.

Article 20 - Members of Parliament and the Chancellor may introduce legislative proposals to become bills. All bills shall be voted on twice to ascend further for the Legislative process. It shall be edited fully and professionally and be voted for its second time after fixtures. If voted in favour for, it shall receive suggestive advice to be reconsidered of the Chancellor to add to the bill. The final draft shall be then voted upon again and ascend to the Governor-General for passing. All bills passed in Parliament shall be a simple majority unless otherwise prescribed by law.

Article 21 - Parliament shall have the right to consent to the conclusion and ratification of treaties pertaining to mutual assistance or mutual security; treaties concerning important international organizations; treaties of friendship, trade and navigation; treaties pertaining to any restriction in sovereignty; peace treaties; treaties which will burden the State or people with an important financial obligation; or treaties related to legislative matters. Parliament shall also have the right to consent to the declaration of war, the dispatch of armed forces to foreign states, or the stationing of alien forces in the territory of the Federal Republic of Lisseum.

Article 22 - Each bill passed in Parliament shall be sent to the {Prime Minister}. If within a 7 day period, if the Chancellor does not submit the Bill to be passed under Executive assent, then it shall be sent back in Parliament which shall be voted on again with a ⅔ Majority.

Article 23 - Parliament shall elect a Speaker of the House, who shall bring order to members of the House and establish uniform rules of conduct in the House. The Speaker may also appoint a deputy when in absence.

Article 24 - Financial actions of the government shall be monitored and administered by the Ministry of Finance. The Ministry of Finance shall regulate currency (which shall be the Credit Standard) and have authority on economic decisions other than higher executive officials. The executive government must submit a fiscal policy for review and assent in Parliament.

Article 25 - In case the Chancellor, the Governer-General, members of Cabinet, heads of Executive Ministries, judges of the Supreme Court, judges, and other public officials designated by law have violated the Constitution or other laws in the performance of official duties, Parliament may pass motions for their impeachment. The following shall also ascend:

  • A vote of No Confidence may be put in place if the Governor-General has fallen out of favour by the Majority of the country. A vote of no confidence shall originate in Parliament assembled and be approved by the Head of State [of Lisseum].

  • The impeachment of the Chancellor shall consist of the Chancellor testifying before Parliament. Parliament shall make the impeachment process votes a ⅔ majority to establish a hearing on behalf of impeachment, then may vote a simple majority afterwards to remove from power.

  • Members of Cabinet, justices, and other officials designated before the law shall also face the same procedure if they have violated the Constitution.
    The Chief Justice shall preside in the Impeachment process and ascend to the verdict of the removal of office of the impeached official.

Article 26 - The term of office for a seat in Parliament shall consist of every 3 months without term limit, and each seat shall represent 5 nations. The terms of how many nations are represented per seat may be changed subsequently by a legislative amendment with a simple majority of the house.

Chapter III • Executive

Article 27 - The representative of the Sovereign Head of State, shall be the Governor-General. The Governor-General has the sole power to be the representative in the Head of State's honour, the sovereign of our state. The Governor-General shall be elected by the people once every 6 months without term renewals unless prescribed by order of the Head of State and shall be given approval of the term of office at his pleasure. The Governor-General has the sole power to ascend to laws on behalf of the Sovereign. The Governor-General shall take the WA Delegate position when elected.

Article 28 - The Head of the Government shall be an elected Federal Chancellor. The Chancellor shall be elected every 3 months and be limited to a grand total of 4 terms. The Chancellor is tasked with managing the government, setting policies for the regional government, and to serve the people respectfully.

Article 29 - The Founder of the region shall have sole executive powers and is tasked with providing the correct powers to the executive branch as prescribed by law. The Founder must remove all officers from command if the government is totally dissolved. The Founder shall have no legal authority to be politically involved in any political organisation or office other than being the founder.

Article 30 - The Chancellor shall have the authority to create Ministries and Departments within the government and to appoint officers to those Ministries and Departments.

Article 31 - Ministries may be created by law, or by the Chancellor with the consent of Parliament.

Article 32 - Ministries may be abolished or merged with others by the Chancellor. The Chancellor and the Minister in charge of a Ministry may establish such agencies within it and modify its functions.

Article 33 - No Ministry can be abolished without the consent of the Governor-General.

Article 34 - The Governor-General may enact executive orders on behalf of the Sovereign which shall be enforced as if a law to Command, Direct, Establish, Modify or Abolish Ministries, close the border in the event of an emergency, or to enforce passed legislation.

Article 35 - The Sovereign may revoke Executive Orders established by the Governor-General.

Article 36 - The Chancellor shall appoint a Vice-Chancellor and discharge the duties of the Chancellor in their absence. When in the time that the Chancellor resigns, the Vice-Chancellor will take the place and act as the Chancellor until the end of the preceding Chancellor's term in office.

Chapter IV • Judicial

Article 37 - The Judicial body of this government shall comprise of a Supreme Court in the honour of Lisseum. The Supreme Court of the Union shall consist 3 justices including the Head Magistrate, who is head of the Supreme Court.

Article 38 - The court can review criminal charges - where a law has been violated, civil lawsuits - where one resident sues another or constitutional challenges - where a law or action violates a portion of this document. The court is the only body which can approve a revocation of citizenship.

Article 39 - The Governor-General must by warrant appoint a Judge of the Supreme Court or the Head Magistrate of the Supreme Court.

Article 40 - The court is under no obligation to accept every case which is filed before it, however, must provide reasoning for rejection of a case when announcing the decision

Article 41 - All defendants, accusers, and clients are entitles to a representative in the court of law in all proceedings.

Article 42 - The justices on the court shall give their opinions on a case, and the opinion (for example, whether a bill is constitutional or not) with the most votes from the justices shall be the ruling. The opinion considered of the highest quality by the justices will be the majority opinion, and the justices which support it will be listed as assenting justices; the justices who disagree shall be listed as dissenting justices

Article 43 - Justices have no term limits and their tenures end when they are impeached or resign. If a Justice ceases to exist, they lose their Justice position. If they are revived, they may be nominated again, but do not automatically regain their position as Justice.

Article 44 - The Supreme Court is the sole power in the government that can ban people upon tribunal of the defendant.

Article 45 - The court shall have the power to interpret this constitution and any law.

Chapter V • Extarordinary Provisions

Article 46 - A regional emergency may be declared temporarily by the executive branch. This can last for a 24 hour period. A longer regional emergency must be declared by a simple majority of the Parliament.

Article 47 - Elections may be suspended or postponed by a majority of the Parliament during an emergency.

Article 48 - In the event of an emergency, the Parliament (acting through the Chancellor) entitled to defend the republic by any means necessary and shall continue to stay in office until the end of the emergency period, or until the Supreme Court disbands the state of emergency then the general election will be called immediately by they the supreme court. But if the Parliament dissolves the state of emergency then the Governor-General may choose to keep the Parliament until the next elections for the Parliament or the next Governor-General elections then a General election will be called for both the office of the Governor-General and the Parliament.

Article 49 - A State of Emergency may only last for 60 days and shall require ⅔ approval of the Parliament to extend the time period.

Article 50 - An extraordinary law can only be amended or repealed with a two-third majority of votes in the Parliament, and the explicit approval of the Executive branch. Extraordinary legislation cannot be in direct violation of this Constitution, only expand or define more details to this constitution or key functions of the State.

Article 51 - The Parliament may postpone any election for a maximum period of 30 days. This may only be done once per term.

Chapter VI • Elections

Article 52 - Federal Elections for the Chancellor shall be run by the Governor-General or Founder. The system of voting for the Governor-General shall be done in a Plutarity System. For Chancellor, they shall also be in a First-Past-the-Post system.

Article 53 - General Elections shall be based on Open Proportional Representational voting.

Article 54 - All MPs, Ministers, and civil servants in the government shall give their oath (or vow) of Office as follows, which must be announced publically before taking office:

    "I, {name}, do solemnly swear (or affirm), that I will faithfully serve the people of the Okchi Union, in the office of {position} and that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to the Head of State and his Heirs of the Republic of Lisseum, and to protect the welfare of the people, defend the region, and serve under the Constitution of the Okchi Union."

Chapter VII • Amendments

Article 55 - This constitution can be amended via amendment originating from any and all branches of government. The amendment must pass the Parliament and then a referendum must be called to ratify the amendment which the executive branch will hold. If it passes, it shall be ascended by the Governor-General, then it will become an amendment to the constitution.

Chapter VI • Removal of Office

Article 56 - For any high crimes, the Governor-General may be removed from office by the process of Impeachment in the Parliament. Should the Parliament impeach the Governor-General, they shall impeach the Governor-General with a 2/3 majority. If the Parliament calls to impeach the Governor-General, then the Governor-General may choose to call an Election or suffer a tribunal in the Parliament and the Supreme Court.

Article 58 - A Justice or a Member of Parliament may be removed by the Governor-General for misconduct and other high crimes, upon 2/3 approval of Parliament

Article 59 - The Chancellor or a Minister may be removed from their office by a Vote of No Confidence. Should a vote be necessary, it shall require a majority of Parliament.

Chapter VII • Confederation w/ Lisseum

Article 60 - The Okchi Union shall hereby, under the authority and precise moderation of the Head of State of the Republic of Lisseum, hereby establish this Union as a Sovereign Protectorate of the Okchi Union. The motion to Confederate the ties between the Republic of Lisseum and the Okchi Union are hereby set forth in action

Wriiten and Proposed by Kor Pantaal/Artsotska on the First of October in the Year of our Lord Two-Thousand and Twenty. Special Thanks to Wapa & Halexandria for the extra input.

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Bless our veterans and all who serve our nation defending our freedom.
For those who bravely gave their lives, grant them eternal rest.
For those who are serving, give them courage.
For those who served, we offer our gratitude.
We ask this through Christ Our Lord.

Father of our Lord Jesus Christ,
ever faithful to your promises and ever close to your Church:
the earth rejoices in hope of the Savior's coming
and looks forward with longing to His return at the end of time.
Prepare our hearts and remove the sadness
that hinders us from feeling the joy and hope which His presence will bestow,
for He is Lord for ever and ever.

Our Father in Heaven,
we praise and thank You for Your faithfulness
that is seeing us on into this brand new year.
Help us to take courage for the journey
by reflecting on your faithfulness in the past -
not only to us but more importantly to all who have followed You down through the ages.
As there has not failed one single promise of Yours in the past,
we have every reason to trust You for the future.
We praise and thank You in Jesus' precious Name.

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